History Quotes / SnicketWarningLabel

27th Mar '18 7:51:19 AM AnotherEpicFail
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->This is the endgame, when the stakes are high and the prize is the fate of everything. Despite what anyone might believe, the [[EvilSorcerer Nephandi]] currently have the upper hand in the War for Reality. They need only prod here and guide there, and they will be in the position soon enough to [[HopeCrusher sunder hope itself]] and scatter its ashes in a cold, meaningless tomb.
->If you choose to walk this way, be careful. You are about to betray everything you ever believed about the Ascension War and humanity's place in the world of the Awakened. Are you still reading? Good, because this is more than just the story of Ascension's [[OmnicidalManiac most terrible and merciless enemies]]. It is the tale of humanity's weakness and the dismal failure of the Awakened to champion the cause of enlightenment and give Ascension to the Sleepers.
-->--"Hell On Earth," ''Tabletop/MageTheAscension - Ascension''
1st Jun '17 4:15:50 PM maylove25
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->"At this point in the story, I feel obliged to interrupt and give you one last warning. As I said at the very beginning, the book you are holding in your hands does not have a happy ending. It may appear now that Count Olaf will go to jail and that the three Baudelaire youngsters will live happily ever after with Justice Strauss, but it is not so. If you like, you may shut the book this instant and not read the unhappy ending that is to follow. You may spend the rest of your life believing that the Baudelaires triumphed over Count Olaf and lived the rest of their lives in the house and library of Justice Strauss, but that is not how the story goes."

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->"At this point in the story, I feel obliged to interrupt and give you one last warning. As I said at the very beginning, the book you are holding in your hands does not have a happy ending. It may appear now that Count Olaf will go to jail and that the three Baudelaire youngsters will live happily ever after with Justice Strauss, but it is not so. If you like, you may shut the book this instant and not read the unhappy ending that is to follow. You may spend the rest of your life believing that the Baudelaires triumphed over Count Olaf and lived the rest of their lives in the house and library of Justice Strauss, but that is not how the story goes. For as everyone was laughing at Sunny's cry for cake, the important-looking man with all the warts on his face was sneaking toward the controls for the lighting of the theater."
8th Apr '17 8:37:38 PM m622
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->"At this point in the story, I feel obliged to interrupt and give you one last warning. As I said at the very beginning, the book you are holding in your hands does not have a happy ending. It may appear now that Count Olaf will go to jail and that the three Baudelaire youngsters will live happily ever after with Justice Strauss, but it is not so. If you like, you may shut the book this instant and not read the unhappy ending that is to follow. You may spend the rest of your life believing that the Baudelaires triumphed over Count Olaf and lived the rest of their lives in the house and library of Justice Strauss, but that is not how the story goes. For as everyone was laughing at Sunny's cry for cake, the important-looking man with all the warts on his face was sneaking toward the controls for the lighting of the theater."

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->"At this point in the story, I feel obliged to interrupt and give you one last warning. As I said at the very beginning, the book you are holding in your hands does not have a happy ending. It may appear now that Count Olaf will go to jail and that the three Baudelaire youngsters will live happily ever after with Justice Strauss, but it is not so. If you like, you may shut the book this instant and not read the unhappy ending that is to follow. You may spend the rest of your life believing that the Baudelaires triumphed over Count Olaf and lived the rest of their lives in the house and library of Justice Strauss, but that is not how the story goes. For as everyone was laughing at Sunny's cry for cake, the important-looking man with all the warts on his face was sneaking toward the controls for the lighting of the theater."
8th Feb '17 3:53:23 PM BrendanRizzo
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->"At this point in the story, I feel obliged to interrupt and give you one last warning. As I said at the very beginning, the book you are holding in your hands does not have a happy ending. It may appear now that Count Olaf will go to jail and that the three Baudelaire youngsters will live happily ever after with Justice Strauss, but it is not so. If you like, you may shut the book this instant and not read the unhappy ending that is to follow. You may spend the rest of your life believing that the Baudelaires triumphed over Count Olaf and lived the rest of their lives in the house and library of Justice Strauss, but that is not how the story goes. For as everyone was laughing at Sunny's cry for cake, the important-looking man with all the warts on his face was sneaking toward the controls for the lighting of the theater."
-->-- ''[[Literature/ASeriesOfUnfortunateEvents The Bad Beginning]]''
16th Jul '16 6:24:29 PM SantosLHalper
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->All characters and events in this show-–even those based on real people–-are entirely fictional. All celebrity voices are impersonated.....poorly. The following program contains coarse language and due to its content it should not be viewed by anyone.
-->--Disclaimer at the beginning of every ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' episode
29th Apr '16 11:01:46 AM TVRulezAgain
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-->-- ''ASeriesOfUnfortunateEvents'' (The Film)

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-->-- ''ASeriesOfUnfortunateEvents'' ''Film/ASeriesOfUnfortunateEvents'' (The Film)
1st Mar '15 3:14:31 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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->All characters and events in this show-–even those based on real people–-are entirely fictional. All celebrity voices are impersonated.....poorly. The following program contains coarse language and due to its content it should not be viewed by anyone.
-->--Disclaimer at the beginning of every ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' episode
22nd Sep '11 10:29:00 PM PaulA
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-->--''ThePrincessBride'' (the book)

-->'''[[TropeNamer Lemony Snicket]]''': "And so, the Baudelaire Children went to Peru, and together had many wonderful adventures with their loving and caring Uncle. ''The End.''" These are the words I so desperately wish to write. I would love nothing more than to say the Children found a new home. However it is not my place to weave happy endings where they do not occur, but to report the actual series of events. And I'm sorry to say the Children's troubles were only beginning.
-->--''ASeriesOfUnfortunateEvents'' (The Film)

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-->--''ThePrincessBride'' (the book)

-->'''[[TropeNamer
-->-- ''Literature/ThePrincessBride''

->'''[[TropeNamer
Lemony Snicket]]''': "And so, the Baudelaire Children went to Peru, and together had many wonderful adventures with their loving and caring Uncle. ''The End.''" These are the words I so desperately wish to write. I would love nothing more than to say the Children found a new home. However it is not my place to weave happy endings where they do not occur, but to report the actual series of events. And I'm sorry to say the Children's troubles were only beginning.
-->--''ASeriesOfUnfortunateEvents'' -->-- ''ASeriesOfUnfortunateEvents'' (The Film)
6th Sep '11 6:33:44 AM RmsOceanic
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-->'''[[TropeNamer Lemony Snicket]''': "And so, the Baudelaire Children went to Peru, and together had many wonderful adventures with their loving and caring Uncle. ''The End.''" These are the words I so desperately wish to write. I would love nothing more than to say the Children found a new home. However it is not my place to weave happy endings where they do not occur, but to report the actual series of events. And I'm sorry to say the Children's troubles were only beginning.

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-->'''[[TropeNamer Lemony Snicket]''': Snicket]]''': "And so, the Baudelaire Children went to Peru, and together had many wonderful adventures with their loving and caring Uncle. ''The End.''" These are the words I so desperately wish to write. I would love nothing more than to say the Children found a new home. However it is not my place to weave happy endings where they do not occur, but to report the actual series of events. And I'm sorry to say the Children's troubles were only beginning.
6th Sep '11 6:33:33 AM RmsOceanic
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-->'''[[TropeNamer Lemony Snicket]''': "And so, the Baudelaire Children went to Peru, and together had many wonderful adventures with their loving and caring Uncle. ''The End.''" These are the words I so desperately wish to write. I would love nothing more than to say the Children found a new home. However it is not my place to weave happy endings where they do not occur, but to report the actual series of events. And I'm sorry to say the Children's troubles were only beginning.
-->--''ASeriesOfUnfortunateEvents'' (The Film)
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