Makes Just As Much Sense In Context


(permanent link) added: 2010-05-29 20:31:57 sponsor: Luc (last reply: 2010-06-08 12:21:06)

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Sometimes, when describing an event, we resort to It Makes Sense in Context.

Sometimes, though, an event is just as nonsensical in context as it is when summarized.

Closely associated with Mind Screws.


Examples:
  • In Troll 2, the ghost of the grandfather stops time to allow the protagonist to urinate on his family's dinner.
  • The "Hurley" bird in Lost was never actually explained.
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