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11:00:16 PM Apr 14th 2013
Worst. Laconic. Ever.
09:37:48 PM Oct 15th 2010
Removed these examples from Literature:

  • In Good Omens by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett, 11-year-old Adam Young, AKA The Antichrist, convinces the forces of Heaven and Hell to abandon the whole business of Armageddon by pointing out that it'd just start all over again and ruin the fun they're all having.
  • The entirety of To Kill a Mockingbird is told from Scout's point-of-view.

Neither of them fit the spirit of the trope. If someone wants to rewrite them so that they do (with specific examples) feel free to do so.
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