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10th Dec '17 4:45:05 PM nombretomado
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* Fat Friend from the ''DrTran'' series says "hev" for have, "melk" for milk, and "pellow" for pillow.

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* Fat Friend from the ''DrTran'' ''WebAnimation/DrTran'' series says "hev" for have, "melk" for milk, and "pellow" for pillow.
17th Nov '17 12:48:06 AM Cryoclaste
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* LetsPlay/{{slowbeef}} of WebVideo/{{Retsupurae}} fame calls the main character of DonkeyKong Mary-oh, even correcting himself when he says it normally.

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* LetsPlay/{{slowbeef}} of WebVideo/{{Retsupurae}} fame calls the main character of DonkeyKong Franchise/DonkeyKong Mary-oh, even correcting himself when he says it normally.
3rd Nov '17 9:17:31 AM thatother1dude
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* Cartoon characters are famous for this, commonly due to speech impediments.
9th Jun '17 9:32:15 PM nombretomado
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* WilliamShatner's...pronunciation...oftheword...''sabotage''.

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* WilliamShatner's...Creator/WilliamShatner's...pronunciation...oftheword...''sabotage''.
4th Jun '17 5:23:12 PM jormis29
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* "Zip" from ''PalJoey'':

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* "Zip" from ''PalJoey'':''Theatre/PalJoey'':
20th May '17 5:56:37 PM nombretomado
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* Often used by Anne Robinson when a contestant from Northern England shows up on ''TheWeakestLink'' (unless that contestant is from her home city, Liverpool).

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* Often used by Anne Robinson when a contestant from Northern England shows up on ''TheWeakestLink'' ''Series/TheWeakestLink'' (unless that contestant is from her home city, Liverpool).
1st May '17 5:36:53 AM longWriter
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* ''ComicStrip/Dilbert'': Dogbert quoted this in a 1992 strip...to compare stimulating the economy to giving himself a tax break. [[http://dilbert.com/strip/1992-03-30 Seen here.]]

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* ''ComicStrip/Dilbert'': ''ComicStrip/{{Dilbert}}'': Dogbert quoted this in a 1992 strip...to compare stimulating the economy to giving himself a tax break. [[http://dilbert.com/strip/1992-03-30 Seen here.]]
1st May '17 5:36:03 AM longWriter
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* ''ComicStrip/Dilbert'': Dogbert quoted this in a 1992 strip...to compare stimulating the economy to giving himself a tax break. [[http://dilbert.com/strip/1992-03-30 Seen here.]]
27th Jan '17 11:25:05 PM Miracle@StOlaf
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* Similarly, a Canadian in the US would be asked to say "out and about," which may get the response "I'm sore-y, but what's the reason?"

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* Similarly, a Canadian in the US would be asked to say "out and about," which may get the response "I'm sore-y, soory, but what's the reason?"
18th Nov '16 11:36:30 PM ShinyCottonCandy
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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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A veriation variation 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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