which are puns of some sort. The creators are probably slightly less proud of themselves than the creators of works with Double Meaning Titles. Or at least they should be. Like with the Double Meaning Title, it's usually stubbornly resistant to translation to other languages, resulting in the need for a Completely Different Title. See Epunymous Title for a common subtrope; also compare Justified Title. Idiosyncratic Episode Naming sometimes employs this.
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- The My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic fanfic "Once Bitten, Twice Shy" does indeed ship TwiShynote .
- The 63rd Rune does indeed involve Rule 63.
- Chapter 10 of The Lawyer and the Unicorn, "The Two Powers", is not only a pun on The Two Towers (the movie the group watches), but also refers to the two magic powers that are in play (Kurain's and Equestria's).
- Examples from the Calvinverse:
- Mega Man: Defender of the Human Race has Episode 12, called "Fade to Black" which focuses on the character of Mr. Black, and Episode 13, "A Big Splash," which introduces Splash Woman.
- Last Rights is a play on "last rites" and "rights of the deceased" or some such.
- The world of Worm contains a talk show called "Mornings with O, J and Koffi".
- Mr Repzion once made a video called, "Vampire Rants On Why Twilight Sucks". note
- Suburban Knights is a pun on "Suburbanites".
- Many episodes of Inanimate Insanity II are titled this way. For example, episode 3 is entitled "Tri Your Best", which is a pun on the phrase "try your best" while also informing that the focus of the episode would be a triathlon; episode 6, "Let 'Er R.I.P.", is a pun on the phrase "let it rip" while also implying that a previously Killed Off for Real character would be returning; and episode 7, "Everything's A-OJ", is a pun on the phrase "everything's a-OK" while also referring to the fact that OJ replaces MePhone as the host.