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XFllo
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01:18:04 PM Jul 24th 2013
Deleting this natter:

  • Or maybe he has five doctorates?
  • Probably an angle. You know, "mad north by northwest"? (Although NNW is actually still a good 22.5 degrees away from due north.)
  • Now that's just crazy-talk. Eccentricity is unitless.
Kastorr
topic
03:24:59 PM Dec 13th 2011
I notice there's a rhetorical question in the opening paragraph that someone saw fit to answer with a hottip. My understanding is that it's bad practice, but I'm having a hard time writing up an acceptable replacement that doesn't involve a distractingly tangential answer to a rhetorical question.
Blacknumber
topic
09:38:13 PM Nov 25th 2011
An ENTIRE trope for My Little Pony? Don't deny that the only reason this exists is for gushing (and overwhelmingly male) My Little Pony fans.
RhymeBeat
08:34:47 PM Nov 28th 2011
I was the one who came up with the trope and am a female fan. And no, this trope is an actual trope, read the description. This is a trope about percentages and statistics for subjectives and is In-Universe. And yes the line inspired the trope but that doesn't mean that it's any less a trope then one inspired by Disney Films or webcomics.
dantheawsome
topic
04:16:40 PM Sep 29th 2011
ponies named a trope yah

Shota
topic
07:12:24 PM Sep 28th 2011
Ahh! It got launched! yay!
Webby
topic
06:44:53 PM Sep 28th 2011
This exists, but it's not named Twenty Percent Cooler? :P Either go the whole way or don't, dude.
RhymeBeat
07:14:10 PM Sep 28th 2011
Make it a redirect. I'm sorry but Cooler still could refer to temperature.
PassTheWord
04:08:02 PM Sep 30th 2011
edited by PassTheWord
Yes, but until we have a 20% Colder trope it would make more sense to rename to something people recognize, like the 20% cooler meme? Also I'm removing the trope namer pothole.
RhymeBeat
12:45:58 PM Oct 1st 2011
Could we just switch the redirect and Trope Name?
Webby
10:43:07 AM Oct 4th 2011
Someone made it a redirect while I was away eating cookies, thus making this trope about 20% cooler.

Twenty Percent Colder would be a strangely specific trope name.
poplopo
04:02:10 PM Oct 14th 2011
It *could* refer to temperature.. but.. it doesn't. I don't see the problem.
EdinSumar
11:19:20 PM Nov 9th 2011
The problem is that names are no longer allowed to be awesome on TV Tropes.
PassTheWord
08:42:50 AM Dec 10th 2011
Rename or Troper Tales comes back. You chose. This wiki is getting worse and worse. It should be 20% cooler.
PassTheWord
03:13:50 AM Dec 15th 2011
Also, for reals, it doesn't flow as well as 20% Cooler does. Someone change this. I hate how little freedom we get on this wiki. After they took away are freedom of expression, too.
IMpish
05:23:00 PM May 4th 2012
Put down another vote for maing it 20% Cooler. First of all, Trope Namer aside, 20% More Awesome doesn't really flow at all. Second, If said Trope Namer is really supposed to be that at all, it should be reflected by the title, rather than a half-a**ed version that only indicates what the the trope is about. Third, 20% "Cooler" would really have very little to do with temperature: temperature changes are usually measured in absolutes, not percentages. Finally, even if MLP is supposed to be a "partial" Trope Namer, coexisting with a another meaning with little to no relation to the trope is not exactly new to the wiki. Fisher King is not about a King who like Fishing, a Lotus-Eater Machine is not a machine that eats flowers and Xanatos Speed Chess is not about literal chess. We use hyperbole all over this site, so what makes this trope any different?
Telcontar
moderator
11:51:19 PM May 4th 2012
Trope renames go to TRS, guys. It looks like you should be able to get consensus for it, as it's not a large change.
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