Every now and again, some unsuspecting editor will add an example to a trope page without checking to see if that page contains an example from that series already. If it does (especially if the example itself is repeated), that page becomes an example of this trope, albeit usually only temporarily.
Not just in posts, either: 1: go to the top of this page. 2: Click "go to watchlist" (need to be a known troper) 3:Look at the top. You should see a button that says "recently new."
And then when people find out, instead of removing it, they tend to Natter on about it. Or they explain everything that was already stated a second time because they think the first guy got something wrong.
I just move the two examples next to each other. Especially when the later one asks why this example hasn't been mentioned yet.
The inverse also happens. On a page for a show, a trope with multiple names may be listed twice. For example, ever since they started calling it Hilarious in Hindsight, it's often seen on a page that also has Reverse Funny Aneurysm. Even worse when someone notices the Reverse Funny Aneurysm example and renames it without realizing there's already a Hilarious in Hindsight example.
Sometimes people Pot Hole a link to the page the link is on, thus. Presumably, they Cut N' Pasted the text from another page, and forgot to edit out the link.
Are we there yet? How many times are you going to ask that, Missy? Are we there yet? How many times are you going to ask that, Missy? Are we there yet? How many times are you going to ask that, Missy? Are we there yet? How many times are you going to ask that, Missy? Are we there yet? How many times are you going to ask that, Missy?...
The Erotic Mind Control Story Archive has a "Mind Control" category and yes every single story on the site is tagged with it.
Yahoo posted a collection of Comic-Con costumes. One picture had the stunning caption: "Comic-Con attendee Brianna Corral attends Comic-Con 2010 held at the San Diego Convention Center on July 22, 2010 in San Diego, California." Thank you Yahoo News.
In The Website Is Down, a woman named Nancy Johnson has married someone who is also called Johnson and asks IT to change her username to reflect her new name of Nancy Johnson-Johnson.
“Please make my new username nancyjohnsonjohnson or nancyjohnson-johnson or nancyjeaninejohnsonjohnson if possible because my mother’s sister died from a blood clot and I took her middle name also so.”
"whom Pokey suspects of intending to steal his Arctic Circle-Candy (which grows in the Arctic)."
Acccording to Cracked, BPA "trolls the body's endocrine system, which is crucial for sexual development, metabolic processes, sexual functioning, growth, mood, and sex. There are also sex-related effects."