: A character pretends to laugh along with the others, then abruptly tells them to shut up.
- Straight: Bob says to Alice, "Are you angry with me?" Alice laughs heartily, then abruptly stops smiling and says seriously "Yes I am!"
- Exaggerated: Alice laughs with Bob, then suddenly stops smiling, pulls out a gun and shoots him.
- Downplayed: Alice laughs with Bob, then says "Actually, it isn't quite that funny."
- Justified: Bob made an unwarranted assumption about Alice.
- Inverted: Bob asks Alice for a favour. Alice pretends to get angry and/or decline, then suddenly bursts out laughing, implicitly saying yes.
- Subverted: Alice begins laughing with Bob. We expect her to stop and say "No!" but she doesn't.
- Double Subverted: ...The "No!" comes after all, just later than we expected.
- Parodied: Alice does indeed say "No!" in a way that would appear serious, but for the fact she is still laughing manically.
- Zig Zagged: ???
- Averted: Alice does not laugh, but gives a serious answer without using sarcasm.
- Enforced: ???
- Lampshaded: ???
- Invoked: ???
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- Defied: ???
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