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EarlOfSandvich
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06:38:23 AM Apr 16th 2012
The question comes like this: Given the events right now, should we just give this a sectionectomy, particularly as these things have a virtually non-existent plot?
InsanityPrelude
10:16:59 AM Apr 16th 2012
edited by InsanityPrelude
That's what I was thinking, although we can probably keep the ones that are in-universe examples or references to the *trope* (e.g. the Whose Line example.)

Removed content:

     Fanfic 

  • Bubblegum Crisis has a truly infamous example in the story Bubblegum Pink: Raging Fires by Kris Overstreet and Larry Mann, to the point that BGC Usenet groups react instinctively with the acronym "DYO!" (short for "Damn you, Overstreet!") to any mention of it — or anything even vaguely like it.
    • And also, ironically enough, Overstreet has a webcomic that does subvert this trope by being Porn With Plot, enough so that he can make a version without the porn parts and have it actually be a pretty good webcomic.
  • Buffy the Vampire Slayer, pretty much everything you'll find, ever, on the enormous archive, UCSL.

     Film 

  • After Last Season, which is about...uh...something. Incidentally, the director thinks the movie is about something discernible.

     Literature 

  • Black Steel And White Satin: Naughty Bedtime Stories For Interracial Lovers by Alysse Ivoire is basically a series of graphic short stories of couples having sex.

EarlOfSandvich
04:45:03 PM Apr 16th 2012
Good idea!
DoktorvonEurotrash
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11:54:35 AM Jul 31st 2011
I removed Finnegan's Wake and Twilight. Finnegans Wake may be many things, but porn isn't one of them. The Twilight entry was just a Take That.
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