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31st Dec '15 10:14:31 AM CJCroen1393
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[[WMG: The Texas Wedding Limo from "Worthless" was not driving a groom.]]
One might argue that he was a RunawayGroom, but she goes out of her way to mention that he was "lonely" (a strange feeling for a groom-to-be, even if he wasn't happy with his decision) and never said he was the groom (one would assume that was the important detail). Instead, he was guest at the wedding but was of the "always a groomsman, never a groom" mindset. He changed his mind and decided to return home...which ended badly.
14th Dec '15 10:28:49 AM UraRenge
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* As someone put it in a youtube comment, it makes a lot more sense if you see them as people with various issues in life. To quote them
** First Car: The Work Exhausted. Those who can't handle the pressures of work and life
**Second Car: The Depressed. Those who can't get started, and therefore life speeds past them
**Third Car: The Drifters. Those who drift along without any point, never rooting down
**Fourth Car: The Has-Beens. Those who were once famous or important, but have been tossed aside
**Fifth Car: The Unmarried. Those who are unable to find love or are too scared to commit to a relationship
**Sixth Car: The Traumatized. Those who suffer from mental illness or trauma and are unable to cope
**Seventh Car: The Youths. Those who waste their lives away partying and having good times but never contribute to society
**Eighth Car: The Elderly. Those who were loved by their families, but age has made them worthless
11th Nov '15 12:30:42 AM washington213
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* OK. You're wrong. None of that makes sense. The blue car very clearly wasn't in denial and accepted his fate "one more dusty road would be a road too long." the red car never bargained, the Indie 500 car never expressed anger. Depression and acceptance are the only ones that make sense.
7th Nov '15 1:33:07 PM arcada188
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Okay, i am going to be serious here - the scenes with Ratso and Maisie in ''To The Rescue'' sequel look different when you ship cartoon characters, ''especially'' the scene with Ratso [[spoiler: mourning Maisie.]] And then there's the scene where [[spoiler: Maisie's kits open their eyes for the first time, so Maisie wants Ratso to come to them and be the first thing they will see]]. {{Does This Remind You of Anything?}}

4th Sep '15 12:10:25 PM Orphalesion
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** Salvation through grace, those that truly suffered beyond their capacity to cope are believed to be granted salvation in several sub-sects of Christianity.
5th Aug '15 4:47:30 AM arcada188
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[[WMG: Guess who is Maisie's kittens' father? [[{{Squick}} Ratso.]]]]

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[[WMG: Guess who is Maisie's kittens' father? [[{{Squick}} [[InterspeciesRomance Ratso.]]]]




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Okay, i am going to be serious here - the scenes with Ratso and Maisie in ''To The Rescue'' sequel look different when you ship cartoon characters, ''especially'' the scene with Ratso [[spoiler: mourning Maisie.]] And then there's the scene where [[spoiler: Maisie's kits open their eyes for the first time, so Maisie wants Ratso to come to them and be the first thing they will see]]. {{Does This Remind You of Anything?}}

13th Mar '15 12:13:37 PM TVRulezAgain
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[[WMG: Syndrome from ''TheIncredibles'' survived and grew up to be Elmo St. Peter.]]

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[[WMG: Syndrome from ''TheIncredibles'' ''WesternAnimation/TheIncredibles'' survived and grew up to be Elmo St. Peter.]]
20th Jan '15 5:54:31 AM Ralph180
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[[WMG: Guess who is Maisie's kittens' father? [[{{Squick}} Ratso.]]]]

[[PoisonOakEpilepticTrees You know it]] [[NightmareRetardant to be true.]]

29th Nov '14 9:15:50 PM landmark356
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[[WMG: Toaster's heroic sacrifice did not stop the crusher.]]
Around the same time Toaster jumped into the crusher's gears, a worker at the scrap yard heard Rob's screams and saw him on the conveyor belt. He hit the crusher's Emergency Stop switch just in time to save Rob.
23rd Oct '14 7:15:57 PM TitoMosquito
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In order of apearence, Denial (the blue car) Fear (the pink car) Bargaining (the red muscle car) Anger (the Indie 500 car) Depression, (the Texas wedding car, the hearse, and the surfer's car) and finally, Acceptance (the old truck, who to preserve his dignity drives himself to the crusher rather then be dragged there by the magnet). Now with that in mind, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FqT2uOa1-d0 watch it again]]. Tell me I'm wrong.

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In order of apearence, Denial (the blue car) car), Fear (the pink car) car), Bargaining (the red muscle car) car), Anger (the Indie 500 car) car), Depression, (the Texas wedding car, the hearse, and the surfer's car) and finally, Acceptance (the old truck, who to preserve his dignity drives himself to the crusher rather then be dragged there by the magnet). Now with that in mind, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FqT2uOa1-d0 watch it again]]. Tell me I'm wrong.



[[WMG: This, WesternAnimation/ToyStory, and GnomeoAndJuliet take place in the same universe.]]
I'm surprised nobody brought this up before. In the WesternAnimation/ToyStory series, toys can become alive when their owners aren't looking. Same here. Maybe the appliances became alive because they were basically toys to Rob when he was a child, and the "magic" spread to other appliances? Also, in WesternAnimation/ToyStory2, Hamm mentions a garden gnome next door. This implies that in the WesternAnimation/ToyStory universe, lawn ornaments are also alive, as in Gnomeo and Juliet. If The Brave Little Toaster and Toy Story are in the same universe, and Toy Story and Gnomeo and Juliet are in the same universe, than The Brave Little Toaster and Gnomeo and Juliet are in the same universe!

[[WMG: Syndrome from TheIncredibles survived and grew up to be Elmo St. Peter.]]

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[[WMG: This, WesternAnimation/ToyStory, ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory'', and GnomeoAndJuliet ''GnomeoAndJuliet'' take place in the same universe.]]
I'm surprised nobody brought this up before. In the WesternAnimation/ToyStory series, toys can become alive when their owners aren't looking. Same here. Maybe the appliances became alive because they were basically toys to Rob when he was a child, and the "magic" spread to other appliances? Also, in WesternAnimation/ToyStory2, ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory2'', Hamm mentions a garden gnome next door. This implies that in the WesternAnimation/ToyStory universe, lawn ornaments are also alive, as in Gnomeo ''Gnomeo and Juliet.Juliet''. If The Brave Little Toaster and Toy Story are in the same universe, and Toy Story and Gnomeo and Juliet are in the same universe, than The Brave Little Toaster and Gnomeo and Juliet are in the same universe!

[[WMG: Syndrome from TheIncredibles ''TheIncredibles'' survived and grew up to be Elmo St. Peter.]]



[[WMG: The whole Mars movie is [[Disney Acid Sequence bad trip]]

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[[WMG: The whole Mars movie is [[Disney Acid Sequence a [[DisneyAcidSequence bad trip]]
trip]]]]
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