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08:20:11 PM Jul 7th 2012
I'm newish and unfamiliar with the community zeitgeist, so I'm not sure if I should make an edit. Under "Real Life," someone references a case where a person convinced others to perform a rectal exam using this trope, and seems to be implying that it was a ha ha funny thing. Is that something I should a) delete b) rewrite in such a way as to not imply that assault is humorous, or c) respond to with a sub-bullet indicating that assault isn't humorous. Or is there a d) that I haven't thought of.
12:30:13 AM Jul 8th 2012
Option B is correct. The example is valid, ruling out A, and C leads to Conversation in the Main Page and incorrect Example Indentation. If there is a D, I haven't thought of it either. Thanks for catching the problem, and welcome to TVT!
11:00:37 AM Dec 5th 2011
edited by jate88
Is this related to Armchair Psychology in anyway? I think this or Politeness Judo is what makes that page so weird and aggravating.
04:17:34 PM Nov 14th 2010
Edited this:
In Sneakers, Robert Redford claims (and demonstrates!) that all you need to get into any building in the world is a clipboard and a confident wave.
Because it was Michael Keaton in The Paper, not Redford in Sneakers.
12:27:19 AM May 2nd 2010
This seriously needs either a rename and/or a new description. It's not very clear.
01:33:29 AM May 2nd 2010
The name is arguably kind of unintuitive (though it's also established, which should count for something). But what's unclear about the description?
02:35:06 AM Oct 18th 2011
edited by LordGro
For further reference: The name and the redirects were discussed in a Trope Repair Shop.
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