: A couple's possessions are labeled "his" and "hers", denoting what belongs to whom.
- Straight: Bob's towel is labeled "His" and Alice's towel is labeled "Hers"
- Exaggerated: Alice and Bob have their own en suite bathrooms... Bonus Points if everything in them is labeled 'his' or 'hers', too.
- Downplayed: Alice's towel is labeled "Alice" and Bob's towel is labeled "Bob"
- Alice and Bob are Sleeping Single
- Alice and Bob are touchy about their possessions.
- Inverted: Alice and Bob share everything.
- Subverted: Alice and Bob have their own bath towels, but they are not labeled.
- Double Subverted: At least, they aren't monogrammed. Alice's towel is pink, and Bob's is blue.
- Alice and Bob have an extra (little) towel labeled "Its" for their goldfish
- Everything in Alice and Bob's house is like this, from towels, to telephones, to front doors.
- Aaron and Bob have towels labeled 'his' and 'his'. Nobody can figure out whose is whose except them.
- Alex and Bob are a homosexual couple. Everything in their house is marked His/His, much to the chagrin of both of them, as they can't reliably identify which one belongs to whom.
- Zig Zagged: ???
- Averted: Alice and Bob don't label their possessions.
- Enforced: ???
- Lampshaded: ???
- Invoked: Alice and Bob receive towels labeled "His" and "Hers" as wedding gifts.
- Exploited: ???
- Defied: Alice and Bob agree to share everything.
- Discussed: ???
- Conversed: ???
- Deconstructed: Bob breaks up with Alice and gets all the towels in the settlement. He immediately gives them to his new girlfriend, Claire, showing how depersonalized a simple pronoun is.
- Played For Drama: That fact that Alice and Bob are so touchy about their possessions shows gaps in there marriage.
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