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For examples, see BastardGirlfriend (which have "Abusively Sexy Lady", "Abusively Sexy Bitch" and "Abusively Sexy Girl" as internal subtropes) and ArtistDisillusionment (which has ArtistDisillusionmentFarewell as an internal subtrope.)

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For examples, see BastardGirlfriend (which have has "Abusively Sexy Lady", "Abusively Sexy Bitch" Bitch", and "Abusively Sexy Girl" as internal subtropes) and ArtistDisillusionment (which has ArtistDisillusionmentFarewell as an internal subtrope.)


Sometimes, a trope is distinct enough to deserve its own name and description, but a bit [[Administrivia/TheSameButMoreSpecific too specific]] to deserve its own page: There is a huge grey area between worthwhile tropes and tropes that are plainly Administrivia/TheSameButMore, Administrivia/TheSameButMoreSpecific, or similar. In some cases, a trope concept within this gray area is best handled by making it an '''Internal Subtrope''': Give it a trope definition within the trope description of the supertrope and add the trope name as a redirect.

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Sometimes, a trope is distinct enough to deserve its own name and description, but a bit [[Administrivia/TheSameButMoreSpecific too specific]] to deserve its own page: There is a huge grey area between worthwhile tropes and tropes that are plainly Administrivia/TheSameButMore, Administrivia/TheSameButMoreSpecific, or similar. In some cases, a trope concept within this gray area is best handled by making it an '''Internal Subtrope''': Give it a trope definition within the trope description of the supertrope and add the trope name as a redirect.
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However, [[Administrivia/TypeLabelsAreNotExamples Subtrope Titles Are Not Examples]]. Examples on a trope page still must list ''why'' a particular internal subtrope applies.


For examples, see BastardGirlfriend (which have "Abusively Sexy Lady", "Abusively Sexy Bitch" and "Abusively Sexy Girl" as internal subtropes) and ArtistDisillusionment (which has ArtistDisillusionmentFarewell as an internal subtropes).

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For examples, see BastardGirlfriend (which have "Abusively Sexy Lady", "Abusively Sexy Bitch" and "Abusively Sexy Girl" as internal subtropes) and ArtistDisillusionment (which has ArtistDisillusionmentFarewell as an internal subtropes).subtrope.)


Sometimes, a trope is distinct enough to deserve its own name and description, but a bit [[TheSameButMoreSpecific too specific]] to deserve its own page: There is a huge grey area between worthwhile tropes and tropes that are plainly Administrivia/TheSameButMore, TheSameButMoreSpecific, or similar. In some cases, a trope concept within this gray area is best handled by making it an '''Internal Subtrope''': Give it a trope definition within the trope description of the supertrope and add the trope name as a redirect.

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Sometimes, a trope is distinct enough to deserve its own name and description, but a bit [[TheSameButMoreSpecific [[Administrivia/TheSameButMoreSpecific too specific]] to deserve its own page: There is a huge grey area between worthwhile tropes and tropes that are plainly Administrivia/TheSameButMore, TheSameButMoreSpecific, Administrivia/TheSameButMoreSpecific, or similar. In some cases, a trope concept within this gray area is best handled by making it an '''Internal Subtrope''': Give it a trope definition within the trope description of the supertrope and add the trope name as a redirect.


Sometimes, a trope is distinct enough to deserve its own name and description, but a bit [[TheSameButMoreSpecific too specific]] to deserve its own page: There is a huge grey area between worthwhile tropes and tropes that are plainly Administrivia/TheSameButMore, TheSameButMoreSpecific, or similar. In some cases, a trope concept within this gray area is best handled by making it an Administrivia/InternalSubtrope: Give it a trope definition within the trope description of the supertrope and add the trope name as a redirect.

For examples, see BastardGirlfriend (which have AbusivelySexyLady, AbusivelySexyBitch and AbusivelySexyGirl as Administrivia/{{Internal Subtrope}}s) and ArtistDisillusionment (which has ArtistDisillusionmentFarewell as an Administrivia/InternalSubtrope).

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Sometimes, a trope is distinct enough to deserve its own name and description, but a bit [[TheSameButMoreSpecific too specific]] to deserve its own page: There is a huge grey area between worthwhile tropes and tropes that are plainly Administrivia/TheSameButMore, TheSameButMoreSpecific, or similar. In some cases, a trope concept within this gray area is best handled by making it an Administrivia/InternalSubtrope: '''Internal Subtrope''': Give it a trope definition within the trope description of the supertrope and add the trope name as a redirect.

For examples, see BastardGirlfriend (which have AbusivelySexyLady, AbusivelySexyBitch "Abusively Sexy Lady", "Abusively Sexy Bitch" and AbusivelySexyGirl "Abusively Sexy Girl" as Administrivia/{{Internal Subtrope}}s) internal subtropes) and ArtistDisillusionment (which has ArtistDisillusionmentFarewell as an Administrivia/InternalSubtrope).internal subtropes).


For examples, see BastardGirlfriend (which have AbusivelySexyLady, AbusivelySexyBitch and AbusivelySexyGirl as {{Internal Subtrope}}s) and ArtistDisillusionment (which has ArtistDisillusionmentFarewell as an Administrivia/InternalSubtrope).

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For examples, see BastardGirlfriend (which have AbusivelySexyLady, AbusivelySexyBitch and AbusivelySexyGirl as {{Internal Administrivia/{{Internal Subtrope}}s) and ArtistDisillusionment (which has ArtistDisillusionmentFarewell as an Administrivia/InternalSubtrope).


Sometimes, a trope is distinct enough to deserve its own name and description, but a bit [[TheSameButMoreSpecific too specific]] to deserve its own page: There is a huge grey area between worthwhile tropes and tropes that are plainly Administrivia/TheSameButMore, TheSameButMoreSpecific, or similar. In some cases, a trope concept within this gray area is best handled by making it an InternalSubtrope: Give it a trope definition within the trope description of the supertrope and add the trope name as a redirect.

For examples, see BastardGirlfriend (which have AbusivelySexyLady, AbusivelySexyBitch and AbusivelySexyGirl as {{Internal Subtrope}}s) and ArtistDisillusionment (which has ArtistDisillusionmentFarewell as an InternalSubtrope).

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Sometimes, a trope is distinct enough to deserve its own name and description, but a bit [[TheSameButMoreSpecific too specific]] to deserve its own page: There is a huge grey area between worthwhile tropes and tropes that are plainly Administrivia/TheSameButMore, TheSameButMoreSpecific, or similar. In some cases, a trope concept within this gray area is best handled by making it an InternalSubtrope: Administrivia/InternalSubtrope: Give it a trope definition within the trope description of the supertrope and add the trope name as a redirect.

For examples, see BastardGirlfriend (which have AbusivelySexyLady, AbusivelySexyBitch and AbusivelySexyGirl as {{Internal Subtrope}}s) and ArtistDisillusionment (which has ArtistDisillusionmentFarewell as an InternalSubtrope).Administrivia/InternalSubtrope).

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Sometimes, a trope is distinct enough to deserve its own name and description, but a bit [[TheSameButMoreSpecific too specific]] to deserve its own page: There is a huge grey area between worthwhile tropes and tropes that are plainly Administrivia/TheSameButMore, TheSameButMoreSpecific, or similar. In some cases, a trope concept within this gray area is best handled by making it an InternalSubtrope: Give it a trope definition within the trope description of the supertrope and add the trope name as a redirect.

For examples, see BastardGirlfriend (which have AbusivelySexyLady, AbusivelySexyBitch and AbusivelySexyGirl as {{Internal Subtrope}}s) and ArtistDisillusionment (which has ArtistDisillusionmentFarewell as an InternalSubtrope).
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