What's Happening

Troperville

Tools

collapse/expand topics back to Main/BlatantLies

Greener223224
topic
04:59:33 AM Sep 25th 2013
Uh, it might just be me remembering wrong, but that image looks like it came from The Oatmeal.
Telcontar
moderator
06:22:49 AM Sep 25th 2013
Things Bears Love is created by The Oatmeal, far as I can tell.
Heroshii15
topic
02:26:31 PM Jul 2nd 2013
What's the difference between this and Suspiciously Specific Denial? We seem to have blurred the line.
SteakAddictsAnonymous
topic
01:21:23 PM Apr 27th 2013
Just wanted to say...

Never change the names for the categories unless absolutely necessary. The Real Life 'name' -whatever you call it, of the folder, is absolutely hilarious.

Mirroring the disclaimers...AHAHAHA.

Whomever put that edit in, kudos.
Thecommander236
topic
01:28:41 PM Apr 4th 2013
This about close to be separated into multiple pages?
SteakAddictsAnonymous
01:22:12 PM Apr 27th 2013
I hope not. =/

What for?
Matthew6248
topic
12:44:43 PM Aug 20th 2012
edited by Matthew6248
Bizarre has a recurring sketch called "Byner Originals" in which show host John Byner would claim to be introducing some new comedy creation - Boy John, Johnny Jackson - that were blatant ripoffs of actual personalities of the day which would prompt producer Bob Einstein to interrupt the sketch, calmly berate Byner, and then suffer a litany of insults in return. In one episode, they blatantly rip off a skit that the show did only 3 years earlier.

Original Sketch: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RN4UMwvrgpA

Blatant ripoff skit: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DrNng5QesJg
aaa222
topic
07:21:08 AM Oct 28th 2011
Is the Frank Skinner thing deliberate? Because that amazing Mock the Week zinger comes from Patrick Kielty, not him.
Matthew6248
12:43:55 PM Aug 20th 2012
edited by Matthew6248

XmagicalX
topic
02:07:53 AM May 17th 2011
I removed this example:
  • It seems that Homer lied, at least, eleven times in the mortage document's because They were part of an unique web of lies
from under the Simpsons mention, because it makes no sense - if anyone know what it's talking about they can write it up again intelligibly?
ading
02:50:26 PM May 3rd 2013
What?
TotemicHero
topic
09:05:25 AM Apr 7th 2011
Statler and Waldorf stinger: Should it be moved back, or is the current one fine?
LongLiveHumour
topic
12:41:51 PM Feb 21st 2011
edited by LongLiveHumour
Double post, sorry.
LongLiveHumour
topic
12:41:51 PM Feb 21st 2011
edited by LongLiveHumour
I propose changing the trope image (which isn't so much Blatant Lies as a mistranslation) to the famous "Ceci n'est pas une pipe" painting by Réné Magritte. It's a painting of a pipe.
MrDeath
07:46:00 AM Feb 22nd 2011
That's more Exact Words than Blatant Lies, as Magritte's explanation, I believe, is that it isn't a pipe. It's a painting of a pipe.
laughterfromthesky
11:49:08 AM Apr 3rd 2011
I propose this image:

back to Main/BlatantLies

TV Tropes by TV Tropes Foundation, LLC is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available from thestaff@tvtropes.org.
Privacy Policy