Chunky's a soup! It's a meal! It's the soup that eats like a meal!
Miller Light's TV ad campaign was this trope and touts "Great Taste, Less Filling". Some examples, Sumo High Dive, Lawyer Rodeo, Dog Drag Racing, Luge Bowling and more...
Anime and Manga
In one episode of Soul Eater, Death the Kid realizes that a person he assumed was a tourist is actually a witch, then wonders if she wasn't a witch tourist.
Gear: The cats are dismayed to discover that Gear is not very smart.
Cat soldier 1: He's not a hero... he's dumb! Cat soldier 2: He's retarded. Cat Elder: No, worse... He's dumb-tarded.
In Don Rosa's Uncle Scrooge story "Cash Flow", a bank of switches on the money bin's security system allow for the release of "Big Dogs", "Mean Dogs", and "Big, Mean Dogs".
A variant, of sorts, occurs in the Darkwing Duck comic. Darkwing encounters, at various points in a storyline, guard dogs, guard flamingos, and guard dogs riding guard flamingos.
In another instance, Negaduck recites a shopping list consisting of "chainsaws, flamethrowers, flaming chainsaw-throwers..."
In the Kingdom Of Loathing comic, Jill's dad tells her to not talk to "boys, or strangers, or strange boys".
In a What The Duck comic, a duck attempts to find the right camera setting. In addition to several other settings, there's "Moving Water mode, Pregnant Woman mode, Pregnant Woman In Moving Water mode..."
Bill: This armor's heavy. Ted: Like metal. Both: Heavy metal! [air guitar]
In Walk Hard, Dewey is seen in rehab while his nurse is asking for blankets to give him. First, she asks for more blankets. Then, she asks for less blankets. Then, she asks for more blankets AND less blankets.
Rhodey: Why do you sound out of breath? Tony Stark: I'm not. I was just jogging in the canyon. Rhodey: I thought you were driving. Tony Stark: Right, I was driving... to the canyon... where I'm gonna jog.
Andy: Everybody and their mums is packing 'round 'ere. Nicholas: Like who? Andy: Farmers. Nicholas: Who else? Andy: ...farmers' mums.
Mrs. Doubtfire has a notorious sequence of the son finding out the British nanny who watches over him and his sisters is actually his divorced dad in disguise. (It's a long story.) He is so shocked that he can barely speak, and while trying to explain the situation to his older sister he splutters: "He's a she! No, she's a he! No, he's a he-she!"
A variation in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2, when discussing the mutants Tokka and Razar, Shredder says they're stupid, the scientist insists they're just infants, but then is forced to concede that they're stupid infants.
In Dave, Kevin Kline's titular character is calling his real secretary to let her know he won't be available for a while, leading to the following:
Dave(after saying that he's met a woman): She's great. She's really exotic! She's a princess! She's Polynesian - well, half Polynesian, and half American. She's... an Amnesian.
In one of the Nightside books, Pew is searching through his occult equipment for a healing spell: "Dowsing rod, pickled penis, dowsing rod made from a pickled penis ..."
In the original web-based novel The Dwayne Diaries, after the captain questions who would ever need ten boats, Cthulhu says he could use the money for "A mansion, or a yacht, or a mansion on a yacht, whatever!"
A staple of Dave Barry's numerous lists. He generally has a list of three or four things, starts mixing and matching two at a time, and culminates with all of them together. One such list, from the column "Vacation Reservations":
"You can keep your food costs down by eating at one of the many fine roadside stands, such as the Dairy Queen, the Dairy Freeze, the Dairy King, the Frozen Dairy Queen, the Freezing King of the Dairy, the Dozing Fairy Queen, and so on."
In the children's book The Pirate and the Penguin, the eponymous penguin complains that the south pole is boring, so his friends remind him of all the fun things there are to do, like daydreaming, yoga, and daydreaming about yoga.
In an essay from his book When You Are Engulfed in Flames, David Sedaris discusses the kinds of people who buy different cigarette brands. Camels, in his view, were for "procrastinators, those who wrote bad poetry, and those who put off writing bad poetry."
In Zen Ghosts, Karl can't decide whether to be a pirate or an owl for Halloween. Stillwater, his panda friend, suggests going as an owl-pirate, but Michael protests that there's no such thing. Though not mentioned in the story, the illustrations show that Karl took Stillwater's advice.
Isaac Asimov was often criticized for the absence of extraterrestrial life and sexuality in his works. So he wrote The Gods Themselves, which contains aliens, sex and alien sex.
Lemony Snicket's Unauthorized Autobiography has a photograph of three detectives named "Detective Smith, Detective Jones, and Detective Smithjones".
In Harold's Fairy Tale, Harold encounters an enchanted garden that's barren. The king tells him this is due either to a witch or a giant, but he doesn't know which. Harold later finds that the trouble is being caused by a giant witch.
Khaavren: Do you know that, when the economy is troubled, intendants are dismissed? And, in addition, when war goes badly, generals are executed?
Aerich: Well, yet. That is the usual way of the world.
Khaavren: Well, they have been executing intendants.
In The End of the World, Valkyrie is mentioned as looking at Ryan with a face that people usually reserve for "Idiots, or toddlers. Or idiot toddlers".
In Not Just a Witch by Eva Ibbotson when the main character Heckie (who has the power to change people into animals) and her friend Dora (who has the power to turn creatures to stone) have just discovered that Mr. Knacksap, whom they thought was their friend, had secretly been leading them both on and tricking them into abusing their powers for his own benefit:
Oh, Lord, don't let them get me, prayed the furrier. Don't let me become a louse. Don't let me become a statue. And please, please don't let me become the statue of a louse!
In Blood Rites, Harry faces a giant monkey-demon that forms from smaller monkey-demons merging together. Being both a Pop Cultured Badass and The Nicknamer, he first calls it monkey Kong, then Monkey Voltron, and finally Kongtron.
In Good Omens, a group of English kids hear the rumor that in America there are ice-cream stores with 39 flavors:
"There aren't thirty-nine flavors in the whole world." "There could be, if you mixed them up," said Wensleydale, blinking owlishly. "You know. Strawberry and chocolate. Chocolate and vanilla." He sought for more English flavors. "Strawberry and vanilla and chocolate," he added, lamely.
Live Action TV
In The Suite Life of Zack and Cody, Zack and Cody enter high school and Cody notices the posters for clubs: chess club, robotics club, robots-who-play-chess club. "Checkmate," he says in his impression of a robot.
When Zack points out that Cody's ex-girlfriend, Irma, has more hair on her upper lip than he does, Cody maintains that it was just an "unfortunate series of moles". Naturally, the argument goes: "Hair!" "Moles!" "Hair!" "Moles!" "Hair!" "Moles!" "Hairy moles!"
In ''The Suite Life On Deck, Mr Blanket, the school counsellor, has treated many phobias including flying, spiders, flying spiders, clowns, the dark, soup and ping pong balls.
From Friends, Joey talks about how he wants girls, but also wants sandwiches. He decides he wants girls on bread.
When listing off the number of categories of towels Monica has during the Joey/Chandler-Monica/Rachel trivia contest on "The One with the Embryos", Joey and Chandler note that she has "fancy", "guest", and "fancy guest."
House, Season7 Episode8: "You don't want to propose at a wedding; emotions running high, people on edge. You want to try somewhere like a Buddhist temple. Or an aquarium. Or a Buddhist aquarium."
With Jimmy Fallon: "Remember that time we rode that bicycle built for two? Remember that time we rode that ferris wheel? Remember that time we rode that bicycle built for two on that ferris wheel?"
During one segment of Threatdown, Stephen listed the top five threats as robots, bears, robots, bears, and robot bears.
Also from The Colbert Report, leading up to his interview with Maurice Sendak: "Anybody who knows me knows that I don't like children, or books, or children's books."
"The elderly, the insane, and the insanely elderly."
On Game of Thrones, Tyrion asks Bronn what he wants. "Gold? Women? Golden women?"
On another episode, Tyrion says, "We've had vicious kings, and we've had idiot kings, but I don't know if we've ever been cursed with a vicious idiot for a king!"
In yet another episode, Tyrion describes Shae's accusations as "Cruel. And unfair. Cruelly unfair."
On Married... with Children, when Al mistakes a random scientific concoction of Kelly's for shampoo, it gives him a full head of hair. Upon seeing himself in the mirror, he proclaims "I'm a hunk! I'm a dude! I'm a hunky dude!"
On That '70s Show, when Red recalls the moment he used "dumbass" for the first time.
Red: I mean, he's kind of... he's an ass. And he's dumb. He's a... (Angelic Chorus) ...dumbass!
Wheel of Fortune: On one episode, there was a contestant who could imitate Forrest Gump, and another who could imitate The Road Runner. Host Pat Sajak then asked the former to imitate Forrest Gump as the Road Runner. He did.
The categories used on the show used to include Fictional Character, Family, and Fictional Family.
Look Around You takes the trope as far as possible with the Anti-Cobbles cream, which contains cream, potassium, nitrates, potassium nitrates, and nitrate of potassium nitrate.
One Monk episode has the titular character in a panic to get rid of his multiple phobias upon finding out his insurance company won't cover individual therapy sessions anymore. The first three phobias he lists are "Bees", "Blenders" and "Bees in Blenders".
Carlos: It's like a vacation! With singing! It's a sing-cation!
In a later episode, James tries to bribe Carlos...
James: I'll get you a monkey!
James: A butler!
James: A monkey butler!
One of the Leveragepromo videos for season 2 features the writers' room Jumping the Shark in the most ridiculous way possible. One of the writers lists all the important points they want to hit: "Zombies, aliens, babies, and zombie alien babies."
On MASH, after Klinger shows Col. Blake a letter he claimed to receive announcing that his father was dying, Blake produces a stack of (equally fake) letters that Klinger had produced in the past:
"Father dying, last year. Mother dying, last year. Mother and father dying. Mother, father and older sister dying. Mother dying and older sister pregnant. Older sister dying and mother pregnant. Younger sister pregnant and older sister dying. Here's an oldie but a goodie: half of the family dying, other half pregnant."
"Do you like cheese? Do you like peas? Then you'll love these! The brand new cheesy-peas!"
"They're good for your teas!"
In an episode of Wings, when Lowell is informed his boat was sunk:
"My house? My boat? My houseboat?"
In one of Anthony Sullivan's commercial for some cleaning product, as he was cleaning the carpet, he said the stuff he was using was good, "if you have kids, if you have animals, if you have kids that act like animals."
Malcolm in the Middle when Reese tampered with Malcolm's chemistry experiment and created a new color by combining blue with yellow and decided to call it "blellow" (green).
Honorable Mention goes to The Electric Company, whose iconic silhouetted-faces bit takes this trope to the phonetic level. "Th." "Ing." "Thing." "Br." "Ing." "Bring." And so on.
In the fourth series finale of Misfits, Rudy explains to Nadine why she is far too good for him. He confesses to having anal sex, living almost exclusively off candy and having anal sex with candy.
On Scrubs, this is how The Janitor comes up with the knife-wrench.
According to Chappelle's Show, "HBO, the greatest network of our time, has brought you compelling documentaries about pimps, ho's, players, johns, tricks, marks, mark-ass tricks, trick-ass marks, skeezers, skanks, skig-skags, and scallywhops..."
One Rolling Stone magazine's review on Kylie Minogue's X says she has "songs about sex, dancing and sexed-up dancing."
A What's New? with Phil and Dixiecomic from Dragon Magazine compared scifi and fantasy role-playing games, and how they're Not So Different. The last panel showed a space marine and a barbarian hanging out at a tavern, drunkenly arguing whether they were looking at mutants or trolls, and concluding they were mutant trolls. (They were actually looking at their own reflections.)
"Group W's where they put you if you may not be moral enough to join the Army after committing your special crime, and there was all kinds of mean, nasty, ugly-looking people on the bench there. Mother rapers. Father stabbers. Father rapers!"
This is actually part of a song of their own (A parody of Superman) known, fittingly, as "Birdplane".
"Somethin' 'Bout a Truck" by Kip Moore. Each verse begins "Somethin' 'bout a…" (truck, beer, girl, kiss), and then the chorus begins, "Somethin' ' bout a truck in a field / And a girl in a red sundress with an ice cold beer to her lips / Begging for another kiss".
The Pogues' "A Pair Of Brown Eyes": "Some prayed, some cursed, some prayed, then cursed, then prayed, then bled some more."
Das Racist's "Combination Pizza Hut and Taco Bell":
Beetle Bailey: Zero observes that Beetle appears to be crying. Killer says that he must just have the flu, because he's too tough to be crying. Beetle says that anyone would cry if they had such a bad flu as his.
A Bloom County strip has a salesman from the Universally United Writer's Bunch Syndicate offering comic strips to Opus, who was working at the Bloom Beacon:
I got what you want! Strips about divorce! Strips about babies! Strips about plumbers! Strips about Divorced Baby Plumbers!
During an election arc;
Portnoy: We should have gotten Jesse Jackson. Hodgepodge: Are you kidding? We'd alienate half of America! Portnoy: How about Jesse Helms? Hodgepodge: We'd alienate the other half! Portnoy: (Beat) Let's alienate everyone! Jesse and Jesse for '88! Hodgepodge: Oh shut up!
In Calvin And Hobbes, Calvin is talking about his difficulty in deciding on a hobby. He couldn't choose between collecting stamps or collecting bugs, so he decided to collect stamped bugs.
Garfield: Oh no, a wrinkle! Oh no, a gray hair! OH NO, A WRINKLED GRAY HAIR!!!
Jon: Good coffee... hot coffee... gooooooood hot coffee.
And a third, with TV channels:
Drivel...Nonsense...Nonsensical Drivel Garfield: At last!
One Dilbert strip featured a professional UI designer who feels a "computer interface should hurt the user". He added some sounds to their product, including "sound of puking", "fingernails on blackboard" and "bird hitting window". And If the user does something wrong, "the sound of a puking bird hitting a blackboard." (It's "puke / screech / splat", apparently.)
Another strip involves an employee lunch. Everyone signed up to bring either salt or water. Wally offers to bring sparkling mineral water.
Another strip did a comparison between Prairie Dogs, Office Workers and Prairie Dog Office Workers.
Also occurs whenever two WWESuperstars are randomly paired in a tag team. Very briefly in 2011, for example, The Miz and R-Truth joined forces. The Miz's catchphrase is "I'm awesome!" while R-Truth's is "The truth has set me free!" The name of their tag team? "Awesome Truth."
This is a staple of tag team names: The Miz and The Big Show became Sho-Miz, Chris Jericho and Big Show became Jeri-Show, Edge ('The Rated-R Superstar') and Randy Orton (whose finishing move is the RKOnote For his initials: Randy Keith Orton) became Rated-RKO, Kofi Kingston (Boom Drop) and Evan Bourne (Air Bourne) became Air Boom, Santino Marella (Cobra) and Zack Ryder (Broski Boot) became Team Co-Bro, Cody Rhodes and Damien Sandow (playing an intellectual) became Team Rhodes Scholars, Cody Rhodes (when he used the nickname "Dashing") and Drew McIntyre (The Chosen One), became the Dashing Ones, Layla and Michelle McCool became Lay Cool, Kane (whose ring pyro is called 'hellfire') and Daniel Bryan (the 'No' Lock) are Team Hell No...
In one of the Babylon 5 RPG sourcebooks, a trader from the pacifistic and community-oriented Abbai race is explaining why she always checks the cargo she's hired to carry thoroughly: because there might be something "awful" in there..."Like weapons, or drugs. Or weapons and drugs!"
One Shadowrun sourcebook contains a section on "Armor and Clothing". The first sub-section in the next page is "Armored Clothing".
In an adventure for Deadlands, characters can drink water that's been filtered through ghost rock. Side-effects could include delusions where a character becomes convinced that fellow posse members are "harrowed*
, transvestites in drag, or perhaps harrowed transvestites in drag."
In Paranoia, the players are Troubleshooters who hunt down traitors, unregistered mutants, Commies, and Mutant Commie Traitors.
In Tales of Symphonia: Dawn of the New World, Emil and Marta are going off about what they can do to Alice. Marta's suggestion is to tie her up in a sack and throw her into Lenore Harbor, and Emil says she's too soft and to tie her up to the peak of Mount Fugi. When Zelos comes around, his idea is to do both.
"You will never run away from your sin! You have no right to live! It is a sin for you to be alive!"
In Fable II, if your renown isn't high enough when you meet Reaver, he'll suggest you go "rescue some travelers, or slay some beasts, or slay some travelers... the details are unimportant."
In Katawa Shoujo, during the Act 1 scene "Mind Your Step", Hisao and Lily run into Rin in the middle of town at night, and this thought occurs to Hisao:
Hisao: [Rin] looks like a zombie. Or a statue. A statue of a zombie.
Later he compares Shizune and Misha to "Prison Guards. Or Bloodhounds. Or Prison Guards bred from Bloodhounds."
During their nightly maintenance, rather than letting you log in, Kingdom of Loathing encourages visitors to listen to Radio KoL - with a warning that it's "not intended for children or the easily offended. Or easily offended children."
The description of the Ultimate Breakfast Sandwich: "Perfect for the busy Adventurer on the go, this portable powerhouse is packed with everything you need to start your day: Grease, cheese, vitamins (probably,) and greasy cheese."
Pirate 1: Er... rum and jam. It's an old pirate favorite, everybody knows that.
In Kid Icarus Uprising there are enemies shaped like eyes (Monoeye), like mouths with large tongues (Mick) and like large noses that spit bombs (Specknose). There's also an enemy that is a combination of all three forming a face, aptly named Monomiknose.
As noted on that page's Game Breaker section, two completely overpowered factors in multiplayer mode are clubs and freezing mods. Palutena forbid you encounter the player who is dragging behind them a club with a freezing mod.
If there's two things Bayonetta hates in this world, it's cockroaches and crying babies.
Bayonetta: Well, a crying baby cockroach would be truly terrible...
Boss: Excellent, ten days since the last accident.
PFY: I think you'll find that's a binary number.
BOFH: And that's only because we don't count disappearances as accidents.
PFY: Or people who don't work here.
BOFH: Or disappearances of people who don't work here.
A review of the PS2 game Ring Of Red on the website RPGfan had the following to say about the game's troop mechanics:
Sending them out a second too early might convince the computer to spray them with shrapnel, flammable liquids, or even the dreaded shrapnel drenched in flammable liquids!
He's not kidding. Your mechs can in fact be armed with Incendiary shells (burninate a single squad), Shrapnel shells (hit both squads), or Incendiary Shrapnel (burninate both squads).
One review of Versus described it as "the only movie that successfully combines yakuza, swords, guns, yakuza with guns and swords, zombies, zombies with guns, zombie yakuza, and zombie yakuza with guns and swords."
"Yesterday, you bought me Haagen Dazs milk chocolate ice cream bars for no reason. I interpreted this to mean either a) you are fattening me up so that you can kill me and eat me or b) you are covering something up. You are probably covering up the fact that you are trying to fatten me up to kill me and eat me. "
In one of the movie trailer parodies, this one parodying Inglorious Basterds, Deadpool plays the sergeant. He gives us "And the skrull will grow to fear the pain they will feel at our hands, and at the edge of our knives, [camera switch to Wolverine] and the edge of the knives that come from our hands."
OK, what has Draco sent them this time? A bird? An apple? A horrible bird apple that pecks your eyes out with each delicious bite?!?
In the RiffTrax for Twilight we get this gem as Edward is reading people's minds: "Sex...cats..." "Cat sex..."
Zero Punctuation, on Team Fortress 2: "If I did have to criticize it, and Ido, I'd say there isn't much variety in the maps. You get to decide between territory control in a desert environment, territory control in an industrial environment, or, just to mix things up, capture the flag... in a desert-industrial environment."
Yahtzee also describes the subject matter of every rap song as, "guns, whores, and whores getting shot with guns."
His list of ways one can kill enemy mooks in the second video game installment of The Force Unleashed: you can hit them with a lightsaber, reflect their blaster shots back at them, throw your lightsaber at them, microwave them with force lightning, force push them into walls, throw them at their mates, or "lift them up, throw your lightsaber at them, microwave them with force lightning, then throw whatever mess remains at their mates."
Phelous: watching the opening credits And what is this music with it? Makes it seem like a wedding video intro. Lupa: Or some kind of pet memorial video. Both: Or a pet wedding video! *cut to a wedding announcement for their cats*
"The chief isn't hearing any of this octopus story. It was either a squid or a terrorist. Or a terrorist squid! Ooooh!"
Diamanda Hagan 's fourth Emanuelle review has this about what women are interested in;
"Love! And PINK things! And babies! And pink babies! Made from love!"
Christopher Torres, who designed the web animation Nyan Cat, said that after one person requested him to draw a Pop-Tart, and another requested a cat, he created a cat with a Pop-Tart for a body.
The Pimp My RideXzibit meme in general, ("Yo Dawg, I herd you like [noun X], so I put an [noun X] in your [noun Y] so you can [verb Z] while you [verb Z]) though this◊ may be the Most Triumphant Example.
Describing Hogwarts' Halloween feast, the narrator of Wizard People, Dear Reader lists off "Apples, candied apples, appled candies, candied whiskey, apple fritters, anything you could ever want!"
Bugs Bunny: AHH! My glamour shot! AHH! My tennis trophy! AHH! My glamour shot of my tennis trophy! NOOOO!
In Phineas And Ferb Doofenshmirtz's invention of the week in "The Chronicles of Meap" was a static electricity generator that could steal balloons. His targets were clowns, children, and clown children.
Another from Doof, regarding his solar-powered Evaporator-inator in "De Plane! De Plane!": "Its green and evil! I call it 'greevil'."
In the same episode, Candace says there's been a lot of talk about diving, snakes, and diving with snakes.
In "Excaliferb", Malifishmirtz says that he's not scared of anything except unicorns, whales, squids, and Pegasus. Down comes the Pegawhalesquidicorn.
In fact, it's a Pegawhalescorpiounisquidicorn GIRL! Another thing Medieval Doof's afraid of. But he does dismiss it as more ridiculous than scary.
In an episode of Harvey Birdman, Phil has just been killed, and Harvey wants to avoid telling his daughter Judy. He looks out the window for an excuse and sees a billboard about taking a vacation. Which partially peels away to reveal one about going on honeymoon. So Harvey tells Judy her father is on a Vacaneymoon.
A visual version happens in another episode. In an Imagine Spot, Stan threatens Francine first with a chainsaw, then with a leopard, then with the leopard holding the chainsaw.
Played straight in "Dungeons And Wagons", where Steve and his friends are playing an MMORPG in the vein of World of Warcraft or Everquest. When Haley and Jeff break up, he starts playing the game too, and comes to idolize Steve's character "Agathor." When Haley joins the game and kills Agathor with his Weaksauce Weakness, Jeff builds him a shrine in the game, with the epitaph: "Here lies Agathor—Warrior, Friend, Warrior-Friend"
In Johnny Test, when Dad gets trapped in a Tinymon game, he says "I blame Johnny! No, the sisters! No, Johnny and the sisters!"
Babylonian numerals probably count as well - while they used a base sixty system, their numerals were built from base ten and base twelve subglyphs.
Really, all numerical systems are like this. Binary is just the most obvious example because it only uses two digits.
In spoken French this is especially blatant. The teens past sixteen are ten-seven, etc. When you pass sixty-nine, suddenly there's no seventy, just sixty-ten, sixty-eleven... Then eighty becomes four-twenties, and then the nineties are four-twenties-and-ten, four-twenties-and-eleven... all the way up to four-twenties-and-ten-and-nine!
Not counting Belgium and some areas in France, which use more reasonable numbering for 70s, 80s and 90s.
China is similar; the numbers after ten are ten-one, ten-two, ten-three, etc.
Japanese also (likely because its number system was imported from China - it uses the same kanji for numbers as Chinese), and possibly a better example than French or English because there are no separate words for multiples of ten, like how French uses "vingt" and English uses "twenty"; in Japanese, ten is juu, one is ichi, so eleven is juuichi (ten-one) - two is ni, so twenty one is nijuuichi (two-ten-one) - hundred is hyaku, so two hundred and twenty one is nihyakunijuuichi (two-hundred-two-ten-one).
Pashto is also like this. Eleven is one-ten, twelve is two-ten, and so on.
In some regards, English is like this as well — 13 = "three-ten," 14 = "four-ten," 15 = "five-ten," etc. — the pronunciation and spelling has just shifted somewhat over the years.
Listing compass directions: north, east, northeast, north-northeast, north by east, northeast by north...
The commonly combined Ninjas and Pirates into Ninjapirates. Or pirate-ninjas.
Partially subverted with Euler diagrams, where not all combinations are present.
Names of ionic compounds work this way. For instance, sodium chloride (table salt) is formed from a sodium ion and a chloride ion.
Tickets to a concert at Emirates Stadium, London, which stated that "no audio, visual or audiovisual equipment" would be allowed into the event.
Sex columnist Dan Savage lists his only Squicks as pedophilia, necrophilia, coprophilia, and zoophilia, and adds "I really have a beef with anyone out there fucking dead shit-covered puppies."
Spoons + forks = sporks.
Three popular forms of skiing are alpine (downhill), nordic (cross country), and norpine (telemarking).
Speaking of skiing, at some ski resorts (in particular a few in Colorado), there are blue trails (intermediate), black trails (advanced), and blue-black trails (advanced-intermediate, which is basically a spot in between the previous two designations).
Human blood types: A, B, AB (also O, which inverts this trope, as it is the ABSENCE of both A and B).
Poker: A two of a kind? A three of a kind? How about a two of a kind and a three of a kind: a full house!
Also, there is a straight (5 cards in consecutive value), a flush (all cards of the same suit), as well as a straight flush (both)!