- Calvin and Hobbes
- Eerie Pale-Skinned Brunette
- Furniture Tropes
- Is This Tropable?
- No New Stock Phrases
- Nonhumans Lack Attributes
- Sphere Eyes
- Headscratchers.Action Girl
- Blatant Lies
- Domestic Abuse
- Gender Dynamics Index (an action character is still a trope, even if a guy)
- Men Act, Women Are
- Missing Supertrope
- Anime Theme Song
- Every Helicopter Is a Huey
- Invulnerable Knuckles
- Police State
- Sliding Scale of Animal Communication
- Laconic.Bi The Way
- Meat Versus Veggies (at least when it comes to real life, which still has reasons for why people do such things)
- How Did We Miss This One?
- Mirrors Reflect Everything
- Rinne no Lagrange (seems to be a joke inclusion rather than seriously trying to use it)
- PlayingWith.Shaped Like What It Sells (not sure about the context)
edited 27th Feb '12 9:40:03 AM by DragonQuestZ
- I added a clarification on How Did We Miss This One?. I think that's how it was supposed to be interpreted, and then it's correct.
- Mirrors Reflect Everything is correct.
- Rinne no Lagrange is maybe sort of correct, on a meta level. There's a lot of chairs, so the pun is obvious. However, they're also just there artistically, and don't actually have a meaning in themselves. No meaning I know of, at any rate, so it's actually fitting.
- PlayingWith.Shaped Like What It Sells seems incorrect.
- Anime Theme Song should probably be Omnipresent Trope. There is a reason to have a theme song for an anime.
- Every Helicopter Is a Huey is correct. Just having a helicopter in a movie isn't a trope. Having one for a specific meaning is, but that's not what the sentence is referring to.
- Invulnerable Knuckles is probably wrong, as it refers to the trope itself. The trope itself is really an aversion trope, in that using it is a combination of Conservation of Detail, Artistic License, and the Coconut Effect. Sort of. However, it usually doesn't have a meaning in itself.
- Police State isn't really a trope IRL. It just is. The phrasing says the use of chairs is wrong, but it's actually correct in relation to RL.
- Sliding Scale of Animal Communication isn't as much of a trope as a scale, as the name implies. Only humans being able to talk isn't a trope, though, so the usage is probably correct.
Otherwise I mainly agree. Headscratchers.Action Girl and Sleeper may be debatably correct, though.
edited 27th Feb '12 10:46:39 AM by SeanMurrayI
edited 27th Feb '12 11:28:10 AM by SeanMurrayI
edited 27th Feb '12 11:46:22 AM by SeanMurrayI
edited 27th Feb '12 11:48:04 AM by Feather7603
edited 27th Feb '12 11:59:05 AM by SeptimusHeap
edited 27th Feb '12 11:58:18 AM by lebrel
edited 27th Feb '12 12:04:19 PM by SeanMurrayI
edited 27th Feb '12 12:05:31 PM by DragonQuestZ