History TearJerker / OneThousandWaysToDie

6th Apr '16 8:55:10 AM tvtropesruinedmylife22
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* "#913: Dead Meat-Eorite": A young man goes to a party to talk to people about Christianity. Granted a party probably isn't the best place to talk about that sort of stuff, something the narrator even {{lampshaded}}, he wasn't a {{jerkass}} about it. He definately didn't deserve be [[DisproportionateRetribution hit in the chest by a meteor]]. It's made all the worse by the narrator, who just treats it like any other {{jerkass}} or [[TooDumbToLive dumbass]] getting killed.

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* "#913: Dead Meat-Eorite": A young man goes to a party to talk to people about Christianity. Granted a party probably isn't the best place to talk about that sort of stuff, something the narrator even {{lampshaded}}, he wasn't a {{jerkass}} about it. He definately definitely didn't deserve be [[DisproportionateRetribution hit in the chest by a meteor]]. It's made all the worse by the narrator, who just treats it like any other {{jerkass}} or [[TooDumbToLive dumbass]] getting killed.
9th Feb '16 2:04:29 PM akih08
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** She does manage to pull on a blink-and-you'll-miss-it MyGodWhatHaveIDone expression right before the segment ends.

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** She does manage to pull on a blink-and-you'll-miss-it MyGodWhatHaveIDone expression right before the segment ends.ends so maybe she'll change her ways.
9th Feb '16 2:03:13 PM akih08
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* "#145: Mary-nated": The unfortunate couple who unwittingly hire Mary Mallon aka "Typhoid Mary" as their live-in cook. What makes it saddening is that neither the couple nor Mary were malicious in any way and this was just a series of unfortunate circumstances.



** She does manage to pull on a blink-and-you'll-miss-it MyGodWhatHaveIDone expression right before the segment ends

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** She does manage to pull on a blink-and-you'll-miss-it MyGodWhatHaveIDone expression right before the segment endsends.
* "#389: Jelly-Belly-ed": The obnoxious girl who scared everyone with a fake shark scare and then dies a painful death after accidentally swallowing an Irikundi jellyfish. She was socially awkward and just wanted attention.


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* "#818: Fright-Mare": A poor woman with a history of suffering night terrors dies of SUNDS in her sleep while dreaming that a goblin is strangling her to death; in real real life, her heart began beating arrhythmically and suddenly stopped, causing her to suffocate. Not the nicest way to go.
9th Feb '16 1:43:52 PM akih08
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** She does manage to pull a BlinkAndYoullMissIt MyGodWhatHaveIDone expression right before the segment ends

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** She does manage to pull on a BlinkAndYoullMissIt blink-and-you'll-miss-it MyGodWhatHaveIDone expression right before the segment ends
9th Feb '16 1:43:08 PM akih08
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* ''#171: Nite Capped'': A random man is killed when a group of revellers having a New Years' barbecue several miles away [[FiringInTheAirALot fires a gun into the air]]. The bullet came down and killed the random man on impact.

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* ''#171: Nite Capped'': A random man is killed when a group of revellers having a New Years' barbecue several miles away [[FiringInTheAirALot fires a gun into the air]]. The bullet came down and killed the random man on impact. Made worse that this takes place right before the poor guy is about to score with a cute girl he met at a New Year's party.


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** She does manage to pull a BlinkAndYoullMissIt MyGodWhatHaveIDone expression right before the segment ends
19th Dec '15 2:17:09 AM Kilyle
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* ''#196: Radium Girls'': A group of female workers from the 1920s discover that the radioactive paint that they use for the watches they detail can make skin glow in the dark (one of the workers uses this as glow-in-the-dark BodyPaint during sex). Overtime, the radioactive paint gets absorbed in their bodies and causes bone cancer. Some of the girls died; those who survived filed a lawsuit against the company and pushed for better safety standards in the workplace.

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* ''#196: Radium Girls'': A Based on a true practice and its horrifying consequences, a group of female workers from the 1920s discover that the radioactive paint that they use for the watches they detail can make skin glow in the dark (one of the workers uses this as glow-in-the-dark BodyPaint during sex). Overtime, the radioactive paint gets absorbed in their bodies and causes bone cancer. Some of the girls died; those who survived filed a lawsuit against the company and pushed for better safety standards in the workplace.
4th Jul '15 2:22:54 AM metamaster54610
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** Made even worse by the narrator's attitude towards poor Barnaby. He talks about the man as if he were a complete and utter freak, and seems to be a bit more condescending, and even downright cruel in the way he mocks the poor man's interests.
1st Jul '15 6:03:52 AM metamaster54610
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* 505: Verminated. An escaped convict runs into a sewer pipe to escape from the officers chasing after him. He crawls further in, until it gets too narrow and he gets stuck. He may have been a criminal, but it's hard not to feel a little bit sorry for him when he starts desperately calling for help and apologizing, before eventually breaking down crying because he's so terrified. And then he dies horrendously and painfully, eaten alive by a swarm of rats while screaming in terror...
31st May '15 9:44:39 PM InfernOverlord
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* "#913: Dead Meat-Eorite": A young man goes to a party to talk to people about Christianity. Granted a party probably isn't the best place to talk about that sort of stuff, something the narrator even {{lampshaded}}, he wasn't a {{jerkass}} about it. He definately didn't deserve be [[DisproportionateRetribution hit in the chest by a meteor]]. It's made all the worse by the narrator, who just treats it like any other {{jerkass}} or [[TooDumbToLive dumbass]].

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* "#913: Dead Meat-Eorite": A young man goes to a party to talk to people about Christianity. Granted a party probably isn't the best place to talk about that sort of stuff, something the narrator even {{lampshaded}}, he wasn't a {{jerkass}} about it. He definately didn't deserve be [[DisproportionateRetribution hit in the chest by a meteor]]. It's made all the worse by the narrator, who just treats it like any other {{jerkass}} or [[TooDumbToLive dumbass]].dumbass]] getting killed.
31st May '15 9:43:48 PM InfernOverlord
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* "#913: Dead Meat-Eorite": A young man goes to a party to talk to people about Christianity. Granted a party probably isn't the best place to talk about that sort of stuff, something the narrator even {{lampshaded}}, he wasn't a {{jerkass}} about it. He definately didn't deserve be {{hit in the chest by a meteor disproportionate retribution}}. It's made all the worse by the narrator, who just treats it like any other {{jerkass}} or [[ToDumbToLive dumbass]].

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* "#913: Dead Meat-Eorite": A young man goes to a party to talk to people about Christianity. Granted a party probably isn't the best place to talk about that sort of stuff, something the narrator even {{lampshaded}}, he wasn't a {{jerkass}} about it. He definately didn't deserve be {{hit [[DisproportionateRetribution hit in the chest by a meteor disproportionate retribution}}. meteor]]. It's made all the worse by the narrator, who just treats it like any other {{jerkass}} or [[ToDumbToLive [[TooDumbToLive dumbass]].
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