* FauxSymbolism - A number of bible quotes are used in the book, including where the Chairman of the Afterlife sends a messenger to fetch 246, telling him to use the Bible quote ''Judges 3:20''.
* GodModeSue - Guess. Just guess.
* MartyStu: 246
* MarySuetopia: The English district, anyway.
* SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome:
--> "Anyway, Putty Tat, what the hell happened here? Not just what I just fixed, but I just saw a news report that 246 quit because he disagreed with some policy of yours."
--> "Sir, with all due respect he was embarrassing the hell out of us."
--> "Embarrassing you, personally, Marilyn, or this Department?"
--> "Why the Department, of course."
--> "So you're saying his remarks were embarrassing the hell out of the Welcoming Department, is that correct?"
--> "Yes sir."
--> The Chairman looked at her in amazement. "Well, well, embarrassing the hell out of a whorehouse! Now that's a new one on me, Putty Tat."
* SoBadItsGood
* UnfortunateImplications - What part of the "afterlife" you get into depends, at least in part, on what language you speak in life. The English-language section is a libertarian Main/MarySuetopia. Every other section except the French is implied to be somewhat "mismanaged". The Spanish-language section, frequently albeit inconsistently referred to as the "Mexican section", gets an especially bad rap. As does the Arabic, of course.
** At first the rape quote on the bottom of the page seems to have these. It turns out to be {{justified|Trope}} by the climax privilege, a system that basically removes most motivation for rape. However, this is full of more unfortunate implications: "It only works on heterosexual [[DoubleStandardRapeFemaleOnMale man-on-woman]] rape." That is to say, less UnfortunateImplications and more God Oh God What Is Wrong With You.
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