Created By: Monolaf317 on February 11, 2018 Last Edited By: TheGreatConversation on February 20, 2018
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DoubleDoubleTitle

Two identical words being used in a title.

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It's one way to title your story. It could sometimes be laziness, or perhaps two words together in a single title makes it sound more mysterious. It could also mean there are two of that specific word in the story, which could be plot-significant. It may also bring a well-known phrase to mind (eg. "Win-win" or "Liar, liar, pants on fire"). In more fantastic works, it could also have some spell-like connotations (eg. "Double double, toil and trouble", "Mirror, mirror, on the wall").

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Live-Action TV

Literature

Professional Wrestling

Video Games
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