History Memes / Literature

21st May '17 12:23:28 PM Orbiting
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** [[AxCrazy Mapleshade]] eats cats! [[labelnote:Explanation]]A user on the Website/WarriorsOfficialForum claimed to have obtained Night Whispers early and said that Mapleshade ate a cat in it.[[/labelnote]]

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** [[AxCrazy Mapleshade]] eats cats! [[labelnote:Explanation]]A user on the Website/WarriorsOfficialForum Warriors Official Forum claimed to have obtained Night Whispers ''Night Whispers'' early and said that Mapleshade ate a cat in it.[[/labelnote]]
15th Apr '17 12:45:00 PM DustSnitch
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** {{Jesus}} promised the end of all wicked people. [[Myth/NorseMythology Odin]] promised the end of all ice giants. [[LogicalFallacies I don't see many ice giants around.]]

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** {{Jesus}} UsefulNotes/{{Jesus}} promised the end of all wicked people. [[Myth/NorseMythology Odin]] promised the end of all ice giants. [[LogicalFallacies I don't see many ice giants around.]]
12th Apr '17 3:57:53 AM CountDorku
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* ''Literature/AncillaryJustice'':
** Propriety Turtle. [[labelnote:Explanation]]Ann Leckie answered an ask on Tumblr about Radchaai memes, mentioning the possibility of a Propriety Turtle. Since then the fanbase has been loyally swapping captioned turtle pictures, and Leckie periodically reblogs one she finds amusing.[[/labelnote]]
27th Feb '17 4:01:17 PM nombretomado
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** [[http://hradzka.livejournal.com/194753.html OH JOHN RINGO NO]].[[labelnote:Explanation]] The phrase comes from a LiveJournal review of ''Literature/{{Ghost}}'', wherein the reviewer is reading along and finding something interesting, then runs into something totally, [[SickAndWrong brain-breakingly wrong]], prompting the uttering of the phrase. Given that the book, an exercise in letting loose some demons in Ringo's head that were blocking his writing other stories, was originally to be titled "The Wanker Piece" until Creator/BaenBooks marketing convinced Ringo otherwise, it goes without saying this was a frequent utterance on the reviewer's part.[[/labelnote]]

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** [[http://hradzka.livejournal.com/194753.html OH JOHN RINGO NO]].[[labelnote:Explanation]] The phrase comes from a LiveJournal Website/LiveJournal review of ''Literature/{{Ghost}}'', wherein the reviewer is reading along and finding something interesting, then runs into something totally, [[SickAndWrong brain-breakingly wrong]], prompting the uttering of the phrase. Given that the book, an exercise in letting loose some demons in Ringo's head that were blocking his writing other stories, was originally to be titled "The Wanker Piece" until Creator/BaenBooks marketing convinced Ringo otherwise, it goes without saying this was a frequent utterance on the reviewer's part.[[/labelnote]]



* ''Literature/ThePhantomOfTheOpera'' has several, mostly originating from the LiveJournal badfic-sporking community, Phanwank:

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* ''Literature/ThePhantomOfTheOpera'' has several, mostly originating from the LiveJournal Website/LiveJournal badfic-sporking community, Phanwank:
31st Jan '17 2:11:13 PM LadyJafaria
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** Don't let me detain you. [[labelnote:Explanation]]This is a CatchPhrase of Lord Vetinari. He rules the city. Really DON'T [[TroubleEntendre let him detain you]].[[/labelnote]]



** Also from the David Lynch film: "The Spice must flow..."

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** Also from the David Lynch film: "The Spice must flow..."
16th Jan '17 2:27:29 AM bwburke94
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* ''Memes/{{Twig}}''



* ''Memes/{{Twig}}''
8th Jan '17 10:55:06 AM nombretomado
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** Cliegg: Your son's dead, son. Accept it. [[labelnote:Explanation]]In ''StarWarsLegacy'', we see Luke as a ghost. Yes, he'd be over 150 now, but we have proof of Jedi living hundreds of years, even human Jedi. LFL won't say if Luke's alive or dead.[[/labelnote]]

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** Cliegg: Your son's dead, son. Accept it. [[labelnote:Explanation]]In ''StarWarsLegacy'', ''ComicBook/{{Legacy}}'', we see Luke as a ghost. Yes, he'd be over 150 now, but we have proof of Jedi living hundreds of years, even human Jedi. LFL won't say if Luke's alive or dead.[[/labelnote]]
2nd Dec '16 12:38:38 AM PaulA
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** An InUniverse example in ''Literature/{{Rihannsu}}: The Romulan Way'', where the main Romulan religion of the series' present (a form of animism focused on the Four ElementsOfNature, mixed with a concept similar to {{karma}}) began life as a memetic joke on [[TheAlternet the Vulcan version of the Internet]] thousands of years ago while the proto-Romulans were still planning things out. The meme proved so popular that idioms based on it developed among the proto-Romulans, e.g. that a particularly stubborn person "had too much Earth in him", and the fact that it was a joke was gradually forgotten.

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** An InUniverse example in ''Literature/{{Rihannsu}}: The Romulan Way'', ''Literature/TheRomulanWay'', where the main Romulan religion of the series' present (a form of animism focused on the Four ElementsOfNature, mixed with a concept similar to {{karma}}) began life as a memetic joke on [[TheAlternet the Vulcan version of the Internet]] thousands of years ago while the proto-Romulans were still planning things out. The meme proved so popular that idioms based on it developed among the proto-Romulans, e.g. that a particularly stubborn person "had too much Earth in him", and the fact that it was a joke was gradually forgotten.
6th Oct '16 4:46:28 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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*** Team Orlok

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*** Team Orlok[[Film/{{Nosferatu}} Orlok]]
*** Team [[Manga/FullmetalAlchemist Edward Elric]] -- because vampires aren't shiny, automail is!



*** Alternately, the Series/{{Doctor|Who}} killed him. [[labelnote:Explanation]]In ''Film/HarryPotterAndTheGobletOfFire'', Creator/DavidTennant's character (Barty Crouch, Jr.) masterminds the resurrection of [[BigBad Lord Voldemort]] and inadvertently causes the death of Creator/RobertPattinson's character (Cedric Diggory). Since Tennant is best known as [[TheNthDoctor the Tenth Doctor]] and Pattinson is best known as Edward Cullen, this led to a number of "the Doctor kills Edward Cullen" memes.[[/labelnote]]

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*** Alternately, the Series/{{Doctor|Who}} killed him. [[labelnote:Explanation]]In ''Film/HarryPotterAndTheGobletOfFire'', Creator/DavidTennant's character (Barty Crouch, Jr.) masterminds the resurrection of [[BigBad Lord Voldemort]] Voldemort]], and inadvertently causes the death of Creator/RobertPattinson's character (Cedric Diggory).Diggory) ends up dead in the process. Since Tennant is best known as [[TheNthDoctor the Tenth Doctor]] and Pattinson is best known as Edward Cullen, this led to a number of "the Doctor kills Edward Cullen" memes.[[/labelnote]]
6th Oct '16 4:42:45 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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*** Alternately, the Series/{{Doctor|Who}} killed him. [[labelnote:Explanation]]In ''Film/HarryPotterAndTheGobletOfFire'', Creator/DavidTennant's character (Barty Crouch, Jr.) masterminds the resurrection of [[BigBad Lord Voldemort]] and inadvertently causes the death of Creator/RobertPattinson's character (Cedric Diggory). Since Tennant is best known as [[TheNthDoctor the Tenth Doctor]] and Pattinson is best known as Edward Cullen, this led to a number of "the Doctor kills Edward Cullen" memes.[[/labelnote]]
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