2D'sattempts at Sudoku on the Gorillaz website. Also, according to Rise of the Ogre, the band once attempted to write a script for a movie. After much nagging from Murdoc, Russel suggested one in which "a bullying egomaniac bass-player" gets what's coming to him. The other band members elaborated on the idea, and Murdoc never noticed that they were talking about him.
Well, a Ledher associate describes how he would be picked up at the airstrip in a Land Rover driven by naked women—which is so awesome because Land Rovers are quality vehicles.
In The Fantastic Favio Bros episode "The Horrors of Ecstasy", MaCavio picks up the recently defeated Tony's phone and sees the screen say "message sent" after Tony had threatened to text details of the secret plan to The Hero. MaCavio does not realize what this means, instead thinking it's something to do with massages.
After seeing Phelous hanging himself from the horror of Caligula, The Cinema Snob is shocked that the camera turned itself off!
Eighties Dan is prone to this, like his verdict on Mrs. Crabtree's Halloween outfit.
The columns by Jean Teasdale are made of this trope. A sterling example comes from Ad Nauseum Vol. 14, where one column has her discuss how a local magazine called her the worst columnist ever; she reprints the magazine's slams against her, and then immediately afterwards says that she doesn't know why they hate her. And then proves the magazine completely correct.
Epic Meal Time has of late featured one fellow who digs into their crazy preparations politely with a knife and fork. Muscles Glasses has a tendency to give him reproachful looks.
YouTube is full of "Confederate Pride" white supremacist videos calling for the extermination of foreigners, minorities, and liberals, all set to a song performed by Gary Lee and Showdown called "The Rodeo Song" - a song written by a French-Canadian from Ontario about the small-town Alberta winter rodeo circuit. It takes a special talent for missing the point to hear the stirring lyrics "It's forty below and I don't give a fuck" and think of Mississippi.
Nella is battling her dark side and, in great pain, tells The Nostalgia Chick to run away. The Chick, who has witnessed all this, has the important question to ask: does Nella really consider her a nerd?
PONY.MOV: SHED.mov has this moment when Spike, Rainbow Dash, and Pinkie Pie enter Fluttershy's shed and come across all the blood and dissected animals.
Homestar: (to Marzipan) Hey, girlfriend, have you tried any of this free ice cream Strong Bad made?
Marzipan: Homestar, didn't anyone tell you? That's, like, cottage cheese and The Cheat hair.
Homestar:WHAT?! (does a Spit Take) Strong Bad told me it was sour cream and The Cheat hair!
This web-promo for the 2011 Independent Spirit Awards has JoelMcHale (the host for that year's ceremony) be forced to sit down and watch all the pictures nominated for Best Feature... and completely fail to respond in the intended or appropriate way to any of them.
"I dunno about "Winter's", but it's tickling my funny bone!"
9434575: Her vagina is leaking. I think she might have a medical condition.
There's also a recurringseries of threads where someone post an image of someone famous, usually challenging /tg/ to figure out who they are, and they proceed to make dozens of incorrect guesses, often while berating others for getting it wrong. Often enough, the person's real name is actually in the file name in the first post.
Gohan: Mr. Piccolo, what is he talking about- gets pimpslapped away
Piccolo: Shut up, Gohan! Mommy and Daddy are killing each other.
Gohan:But Daddy isn't drinking!
On episode 11, when Korin explains who Mr. Popo is.
Korin: That's Mr. Popo. He lives up on the lookout with Kami.
Roshi: ...did that cat just talk?
Sonty Mick from These Web Comics Are So Bad frequently does this in his reviews. For example, when he reviewed Dinosaur Comics, he somehow failed to notice that every single strip is the same art but with different dialogue—instead, he focused on the fact that "Ryan North can't draw a sad expression to save his life".
Duck does this in the episode 'Beach Brawl' of DSBT Insani T after seeing Fire Guy get captured by Cell.
In "Funk Master Z", after establishing that Twilight Sparkle is only voice of reason on the topic of racism towards zebras:
Twilight: You know what? You all stay here, and I'm gonna go talk to [Zecora]. Pinkie: Don't worry Twilight, we'll go with you! Twilight: Did you not just hear a word I said?! Applejack: Yeah, but we hate listening to you, remember? Twilight: Fine! Whatever!
In "Gelatin Swingsets", after Scootaloo learns that Sweetie Belle sold her scooter:
Scootaloo: <Will you please excuse me for a moment?> Sweetie Belle: Sure, okay. [Scootaloo smashes her face into the piano keyboard repeatedly.] Sweetie Belle: What'd you do that for? Scootaloo: <Being in this group makes me want to cry.> Sweetie Belle: Well, maybe you wouldn't feel so bad if you didn't hit your head on the piano. [Beat.] [Sweetie Belle smiles at Scootaloo.] [Scootaloo resumes smashing her head against the keyboard.] Sweetie Belle: I like that noise, though. Totally brutal.
In "The Longest Episode":
Spitfire: In fact, you're not allowed in my presence anymore. Stop following me. Rainbow Dash: Omigosh, that's a friggin' secret code! That's the secret code for I have to follow her! I am so freakin' good at secret codes.