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22nd Jun '16 6:41:20 PM TonyG
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* In ''Film/HighAnxiety'', Dr. Thorndyke's chauffeur Brophy refers to the hotel they're staying in as "modren".



** Homer also sometimes refers to Lisa's saxophone as "saxomophone".



*** The same episode had Fry trap the Giant Brain's mind in a book he wrote (badly) himself.
-->'''Giant Brain:''' The Big Brain am winning again! I am the greetest! Mwa-ha-ha-ha! I will now leave Earth for no raeson!



* Hayley on ''WesternAnimation/Ameri'' pronounces "aunt" like"aahnt", rather than "ant". This does not go unnoticed by her mother or her aunt.

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* Hayley on ''WesternAnimation/Ameri'' ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'' pronounces "aunt" like"aahnt", like "aahnt", rather than "ant". This does not go unnoticed by her mother or her aunt.aunt.
* ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants'':
** "Karate Choppers"
--->'''[=SpongeBob=]:''' I'm practicing my karate, or ka-ra-tay, as some call it.\\
'''Mr. Krabs:''' "Ka-ra-tay"? You should be making "mone-ay", with your "spatul-ay".
** The TropeNamer is referenced on "Fear of a Krabby Patty", when Plankton engages [=SpongeBob=] in a WordAssociationTest but [=SpongeBob=] just keeps repeating what Plankton says. When told to say something different, this happens.
--->'''Plankton:''' Tomato.\\
'''[=SpongeBob=]:''' Tomahto.\\
'''Plankton:''' Potato.\\
'''[=SpongeBob=]:''' Potahto.
23rd May '16 12:28:52 AM BillyHorrible
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A veriation can occur where the trope name is mentioned to indicate two different things seeming almost the same, though often used for laughs, for instance in BlackmailIsSuchAnUglyWord.


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* in ''Series/WillAndGrace'', Karen references the trope in her own unique way, calling it "You say potato, I say vodka".
16th May '16 2:14:57 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* On ''TheProudFamily'', Sticky pronounces "yacht" as "yatch".

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* On ''TheProudFamily'', ''WesternAnimation/TheProudFamily'', Sticky pronounces "yacht" as "yatch".
11th May '16 9:10:07 PM Miracle@StOlaf
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* Similarly, a Canadian in the US would be asked to say "out and about."

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* Similarly, a Canadian in the US would be asked to say "out and about."about," which may get the response "I'm sore-y, but what's the reason?"
28th Mar '16 7:47:23 PM randomsurfer
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* A PSA for healthy eating has a grandfather and grandson. The grandfather jokingly calls asparagus "aspargoose." The grandson corrects him "it's not 'asparaGOOSE' it's 'asparaGISS.'"
20th Mar '16 5:39:06 PM nombretomado
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* [[TinyToonAdventures Elmyra Duff]] also pronounced it "aminals". On ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}'', Mr. Director discussed it.

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* [[TinyToonAdventures [[WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures Elmyra Duff]] also pronounced it "aminals". On ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}'', Mr. Director discussed it.



* Norbert from ''AngryBeavers'' likes to draw out syllables, saying "mee-oo-vee" for "movie" to name one example.

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* Norbert from ''AngryBeavers'' ''WesternAnimation/TheAngryBeavers'' likes to draw out syllables, saying "mee-oo-vee" for "movie" to name one example.
9th Mar '16 9:36:29 AM Hossmeister
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* Hayley on ''AmericanDad'' pronounces "aunt" like"aahnt", rather than "ant". This does not go unnoticed by her mother or her aunt.

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* Hayley on ''AmericanDad'' ''WesternAnimation/Ameri'' pronounces "aunt" like"aahnt", rather than "ant". This does not go unnoticed by her mother or her aunt.
29th Jan '16 3:24:34 AM Morgenthaler
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* In ''HotRod'', Rod tells his crew that his safety word is "huwisky". His stepbrother wants to know why he's pronouncing "whiskey" so weirdly, which leads to Rod pronouncing a string of words starting with 'wh' (and one that just starts with 'w') in the same way until his stepbrother gives up.

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* In ''HotRod'', ''Film/HotRod'', Rod tells his crew that his safety word is "huwisky". His stepbrother wants to know why he's pronouncing "whiskey" so weirdly, which leads to Rod pronouncing a string of words starting with 'wh' (and one that just starts with 'w') in the same way until his stepbrother gives up.



* ''RainMan'' is, of course, based on a child's pronunciation of "Raymond".
* In ''TheHangover'', the future brother-in-law pronounces "ree-tard" as "re-taard".

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* ''RainMan'' ''Film/RainMan'' is, of course, based on a child's pronunciation of "Raymond".
* In ''TheHangover'', ''Film/TheHangover'', the future brother-in-law pronounces "ree-tard" as "re-taard".
28th Jan '16 5:21:32 PM redhed311
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* Hayley on ''AmericanDad'' pronounces "aunt" like"aahnt", rather than "ant". This does not go unnoticed by her mother or her aunt.
1st Jan '16 12:17:57 AM tealmage
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* In ''VideoGame/AviaryAttorney'', Falcon will do this if you press a particular piece of testimony while cross-examining Volerti the rooster.
--> '''Volerti:''' At 10 o'cluck in the morning…
--> '''Falcon:''' Surely you meant to say 10 o'clock?
--> '''Volerti:''' I beg your pardon?
--> '''Falcon:''' You clucked…like a chicken…
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