History PlayingWith / HisAndHers

23rd Aug '14 12:47:16 PM ChaoticNovelist
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* '''Exaggerated''': Alice and Bob have their own en suite bathrooms... BonusPoints if everything in them is labeled 'his' or 'hers', too.

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* '''Exaggerated''': Alice and Bob have their own en suite bathrooms... BonusPoints if and everything in them is labeled 'his' or 'hers', too.
19th Jun '13 12:13:06 AM VPhantom
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* '''Played For Drama''':
** That fact that Alice and Bob are so touchy about their possessions shows gaps in there marriage.

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* '''Played For Drama''':
**
Drama''': That fact that Alice and Bob are so touchy about their possessions shows gaps in there marriage.
18th Jun '13 7:39:06 PM randomtroper89
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** Alice and Bob are touchy about their possessions

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** Alice and Bob are touchy about their possessionspossessions.



* '''Played For Drama''': Alice and Bob's marriage starts to fall apart because someone grabbed the wrong towel early in the morning while not quite awake yet.

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* '''Played For Drama''': Drama''':
** That fact that
Alice and Bob's marriage starts to fall apart because someone grabbed the wrong towel early Bob are so touchy about their possessions shows gaps in the morning while not quite awake yet.there marriage.
4th Jun '13 4:56:35 PM MsChibi
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'''Basic Trope''': [A one sentence summary of the trope]

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'''Basic Trope''': [A one sentence summary of the trope]A couple's possessions are labeled "his" and "hers", denoting what belongs to whom.
22nd Apr '13 8:21:09 PM VPhantom
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** Alice and Bob are a homosexual couple. Everythong in their house is marked His/His or Hers/Hers.

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** Alice Alex and Bob are a homosexual couple. Everythong Everything in their house is marked His/His or Hers/Hers.His[=/=]His, much to the chagrin of both of them, as they can't reliably identify which one belongs to whom.
22nd Apr '13 7:28:07 PM thewriter
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** Alice and Bob are a homosexual couple. Everythong in their house is marked His/His or Hers/Hers.

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** Alice **Alice and Bob are a homosexual couple. Everythong in their house is marked His/His or Hers/Hers.
22nd Apr '13 7:25:57 PM thewriter
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Added DiffLines:

**Alice and Bob are a homosexual couple. Everythong in their house is marked His/His or Hers/Hers.
21st Jan '13 10:16:45 PM VPhantom
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'''Basic Trope''': Objects are labeled "His" and "Hers" in a couple's house.
* '''Played Straight''': Bob's towel is labeled "His" and Alice's towel is labeled "Hers"
* '''Exaggerated''': Alice and Bob have their own en suite bathrooms...
* '''Up To Eleven''': ... and everything in them is labelled 'his' or 'hers'

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'''Basic Trope''': Objects are labeled "His" and "Hers" in a couple's house.
[A one sentence summary of the trope]
* '''Played Straight''': '''Straight''': Bob's towel is labeled "His" and Alice's towel is labeled "Hers"
* '''Exaggerated''': Alice and Bob have their own en suite bathrooms...
* '''Up To Eleven''': ... and
bathrooms... BonusPoints if everything in them is labelled labeled 'his' or 'hers''hers', too.



* '''Deconstructed''': Bob breaks up with Alice and gets all the towels in the settlement. He immediately gives them to his new girlfriend, Claire, showing how depersonalized a simple pronoun is.
* '''Reconstructed''':



** Aaron and Bob have towels labelled 'his' and 'his'. Nobody can figure out whose is whose except them.
* '''Lampshaded''':

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** Aaron and Bob have towels labelled labeled 'his' and 'his'. Nobody can figure out whose is whose except them.
* '''Lampshaded''': '''Zig Zagged''': ???



* '''Enforced''':

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* '''Enforced''': ???
* '''Lampshaded''': ???



* '''Exploited''': ???



* '''Discussed''':
* '''Conversed''':
* '''Played For Laughs''': See "Parodied"
* '''Played For Drama''': Alice and Bob's marriage starts to fall apart because someone grabbed the wrong towel early in the morning while not quite awake yet.

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* '''Discussed''':
'''Discussed''': ???
* '''Conversed''':
'''Conversed''': ???
* '''Played For Laughs''': See "Parodied"
'''Deconstructed''': Bob breaks up with Alice and gets all the towels in the settlement. He immediately gives them to his new girlfriend, Claire, showing how depersonalized a simple pronoun is.
* '''Played For Drama''': Alice and Bob's marriage starts to fall apart because someone grabbed the wrong towel early in the morning while not quite awake yet.



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%%* '''Implied''': ???
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%%* '''Plotted A Good Waste''': ???
%%* '''Played For Laughs''': ???
14th Jun '12 1:00:31 AM Telcontar
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* '''Basic Trope''': Objects are labeled "His" and "Hers" in a couple's house.

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* '''Basic Trope''': Objects are labeled "His" and "Hers" in a couple's house.



* '''Exaggerated''': Alice and Bob have their own en suite bathrooms
** '''Up To Eleven''': ... and everything in them is labelled 'his' or 'hers'

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* '''Exaggerated''': Alice and Bob have their own en suite bathrooms
**
bathrooms...
*
'''Up To Eleven''': ... and everything in them is labelled 'his' or 'hers'



** See "Double Subverted"
* '''Justified''': Alice and Bob are SleepingSingle

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* '''Justified''':
** See "Double Subverted"
* '''Justified''':
Alice and Bob are SleepingSingle



* '''Parodied''': Alice and Bob have an extra (little) towel labeled "Its" for their goldfish

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* '''Parodied''': '''Parodied''':
**
Alice and Bob have an extra (little) towel labeled "Its" for their goldfish
3rd Dec '11 12:04:00 AM unitedfruit
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** '''Up To Eleven''': ... and everything in them is labelled 'his' or 'hers'



* '''Deconstructed''':

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* '''Deconstructed''':'''Deconstructed''': Bob breaks up with Alice and gets all the towels in the settlement. He immediately gives them to his new girlfriend, Claire, showing how depersonalized a simple pronoun is.


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** Aaron and Bob have towels labelled 'his' and 'his'. Nobody can figure out whose is whose except them.
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