With a side helping of Unclear Description. A trope for when a character explodes on somebody who really doesn't deserve it thanks to a Rant Inducing Slight. However, the character they just bitched out is completely understanding about it, and is willing to act as the first character's rage room.
So far so good. This works. Then we have a part where the second character, after the first character has calmed down, asks, "are you done yet?"
This is where the definition becomes problematic. It heads off in a bit of a different direction. It becomes specifically about the phrase, "are you done yet?" or an equivalent, used in that specific context. Which is fine in and of itself, if a bit limiting. Might be hard to think of examples for that off the top of your head, but ok. The problem is this: NONE of the examples fit this description.
Or we could just have one trope for the phrase, possibly derivatives/equivalents, and all the many ways it can be used.
edited 9th Oct '13 12:59:55 PM by Xavier1161
Stock Phrase with no functional trope description. I don't see anything on the page that's worth keeping, and its inbounds are negligible. We can just cut it.
Rhymes with "Protracted."
A Wizard boyFixed the tag. While I can see a trope about snapping after prolonged interference by other characters, this page has nothing to offer. Cut it.
'He strutted across the bedroom, his hard manhood pointing the way' sounds like he owns a badly named seeing-eye dog. 'Sit, Hard Manhood!
I'm for a cut.
Great. Problem solved, right? Or do we need a crowner?
I think a crowner is needed.
Alright, could one of you handle that? I'm not sure how.
Administrivia.How Crowners Work
Still new. Still learning. Asking questions and making mistakes.
Alright, crowner here.
Yeah, yeah, yeah. This is my first time doing this, didn't know if I should link the crowner while waiting for you to respond to my request for a hook. Sorry.
Bumping for votes. Let's try to get this over with.
It's 13-0 in favour of cutting the page. I think we have enough consensus?
A Wizard boyI can wait for 15.
Did this even go through YTKKW? Doesn't look like it.
Rhymes with "Protracted."
And it has fifteen votes now. No problems, then?
edited 25th Oct '13 7:31:50 AM by Erivale
A Wizard boyDewicked and cutlisted.
A Wizard boyThis page is gone. Requesting lock.
The system doesn't know you right now, so no post button for you.
You need to Get Known to get one of those.
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