06:19:16 PM Nov 19th 2013
This article needs cleanup with non-examples removed. It refers, not to awesome feats of analysis, but to using analysis to do things that would not be ordinarily done that way. So, for example, somebody playing baseball well with no practice because they calculate the forces needed (which is definitely a bit out of the ordinary!) would be this trope, but the case of Enrico Fermi calculating the strength of bomb blasts doesn't belong here.
11:27:30 PM Jan 16th 2016
This is one of the reasons why I want Lookism removed from this list, as well. Analysis, after all, could be an ordinary usage for movements involved in martial arts and dance. The other reason is somewhat related: Hyung Suk's two bodies are more likely interconnected rather than just simply interchangeable. Meaning the second body, from what we've been given to understand through hints and clues of the manwha, most likely retains muscle memory from the original body rather than just converting Hyung Suk's original body's fat to muscle with it. Which, in turn, means that the second part of the analysis, application, becomes ordinary and mundane, itself.