Playing With: Drunken Song
: A song sung to show someone is drunk.
- Straight: Bob is drunk. He sings a Drunken Song.
- Exaggerated: Bob is so drunk that he tries to sing something, but its so slurred we can't understand a word he is saying.
- Downplayed: Bob is a little tipsy, and quietly hums the tune "Nellie Dean."
- Justified: Bob feels a deep emotional attachment to his Tear Jerker of a song, and sings it out of sentimentality when he's drunk.
- Inverted: Bob is sober, and refuses to sing a Drunken Song with his inebriated friends.
- Subverted: Bob is drunk, and his favorite song comes on, but he doesn't sing.
- Double Subverted: Until his favorite part of the song.
- Parodied: Bob's Drunken Song is an elaborate musical number complete with dancers and full orchestra.
- Zig Zagged: Bob is so drunk that when he tries to tell his friends something, it sounds like he's trying to sing.
- Averted: Bob doesn't like to sing when he's drunk.
- Enforced: A record company pays the producers to have Bob sing their song in the next episode. The writers have him do it drunk.
- Lampshaded: "Does everyone have to sing that song when they're drunk?"
- Invoked: Bob is sober, but he sings a Drunken Song to try to get all the drunks in the bar to sing it.
- Exploited: Bob then records the entire bar singing their drunk song and posts it on YouTube.
- Defied: Bob's friends keep him sober for fear he'll sing that song, again.
- Discussed: ???
- Conversed: ???
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