When a Shakespeare play is set in a time or place other than what the playwright intended, usually for laughs.

The ship is mostly built on how strong the child of these characters would be

Those furry, shaggy monsters that hide under your bed and in your closet

The meal eaten before death.

Dinosaurs or a love for dinosaurs is associated with younger audiences

A friend leaves his group of friends... only to fall prey to a cult.

A media work's attempt to lure an LGBT fanbase with either false hints of representation or stereotyped, non-essential LGBT characters

A Love Triangle is resolved when a character dates or falls in love with their romantic rival.

A fetus or baby that dies in the womb, causing their family tragedy

A Self Insert is stuffed inside of a Humongous Mecha capable of building an entire army and is unleashed upon the multiverse.

Animal Stereotypes based on the colorations of animals.

Better to lie than look incompetent

A purebred animal is used to play a mixed breed.

A character has extra large under-eye-bags to emphasize their evil nature.

Works—gone and bad—done to fulfill a contract

A book that can inflict harm on or even kill the reader, or in some cases the writer.

Substitute teachers don't get respected by their students

When a character makes Time Stand Still, they decided to play pranks on everyone as they do it.

Parents, or other relatives, want a baby to be the opposite sex of what it turns out to be

When a family has three children: one being one gender and the other two being the other gender.

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