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Bob has a enormous shrine of Alice, so enormous it goes around his house, which includes pictures of her 20 years in the future. Whenever he's asked about it, he acts as if he doesn't know what they're talking about or expects people to just be cool with a ridiculously huge creepy shrine of Alice that's all over his house.
Zig Zagged: Bob turns his attention from one girl to another. For some of them he builds Stalker Shrines, for some he doesn't.
Averted: No Stalker Shrine is ever built or shown in the story.
Enforced: It's a movie about a serial killer, and the writer decides this will be the big clue for the detectives.
Lampshaded: “You have a whole room decorated with her pictures. Bob, this is sick.”
Invoked: „Bob I have a picture of Alice right here. Maybe you can use it to create a shrine or something.”
Exploited: Ian knows about Bob's obsession and deliberately takes photos of Alice so that he can later sell them to Bob for his collection.
Defied: Bob considers creating a shrine for Alice, but then decides it’s too creepy, even for him.
Discussed: “I have a feeling that we will find a creepy shrine dedicated to Alice in Bob’s house. He is completely obsessed with her.”
Conversed: “One of the creepiest moments in the movie is when Alice enters Bob’s room and sees her own photos all over his wall. And then Bob appears behind her…”
Deconstructed: Alice discovers Bob's shrine and is completely creeped out. She goes to the court to get a restraining order against him.
Alice understands that this was the only way Bob could show her his love and actually starts dating him soon after, because she is flattered by his attention.
Bob has a memory easing device, just on the off chance Alice actually finds it.
Bob keeps his shrine safely hidden and guarded. So nobody will find it.