Created By: Maxaxle on December 10, 2011

Love Seat Wormhole

An endless amount of objects may be lost or found inside of a couch, love seat, chair, etc.

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Bob is sitting on a couch to watch a movie, and accidentally drops a piece of candy. The candy disappears, but he reaches for it and finds a $100 bill instead. A few days later, Alice comes looking for her $100 bill but instead finds Bob's piece of candy and a house key. Even later, Chris looks through the couch cushions in search of his house key, but instead finds a civilization of Mole-People!

Real Life examples are welcome, so long as they demonstrate this trope. Up to Eleven examples have priority due to the Rule of Funny.
Community Feedback Replies: 13
  • December 10, 2011
    MiinU

    Live television

    • The Big Comfy Couch uses this trope as a running gag whenever Loonette (called Luna for short) loses something. She'll often search between the cushions, finding pretty much any and everything except what she's looking for. It's usually her doll, Molly, who finds the missing object. Afterwhich Loonette will inevitability ask, "Hey! Who made this BIG MESS?" which prompts the camera (in lieu of the audience) to zoom in on her, as though pointing a finger; which cues the "ten second tiddy."
  • December 10, 2011
    zarpaulus
    Up To Eleven Web Comic example:
  • December 10, 2011
    RandomChaos
  • December 12, 2011
    Maxaxle
    "a tribe of fart boys" Did you mean "a tribe of frat boys"?
  • December 20, 2011
    Met
    In a The Far Side comic by Gary Larson, an old woman finds her missing husband when she removes the cushions from the sofa.
  • December 20, 2011
    Met
    Could the name be Sofa Wormhole? It would be easier for people to find it. Most examples are going to involve the standard sofa.
  • December 21, 2011
    moocow1452
    A literal one under the passenger seat in Eugene's Car, from Wristcutters A Love Story. This one only works one way, but has eaten many a knick knack, And the protagonist by the end of it.
  • December 21, 2011
    Generality
    The wormhole bit is misleading. How about something like Couch Of Holding?
  • December 21, 2011
    Sligh
    Couch Of Holding is great!
  • December 21, 2011
    DragonQuestZ
  • December 21, 2011
    zarpaulus
  • December 21, 2011
    GovernorExplosion
    Rochelle's purse in Everybody Hates Chris apparently can fit a frying pan, a gallon of milk, and another purse inside of it, according to a cutaway gag.
  • December 22, 2011
    randomsurfer
    In a play I saw in 2004 called The Weatherman (no relation to the Nicolas Cage film of the same name) an onstage sofa was used to disappear a character who it tuns out is a figment of another character's imagination. She was pulled from behind to make her disappear feet first into the crack between the seat cushions and the back.
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