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* MissedMealAesop: Don't skip meals.

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* HonestyAesop: Always tell the truth.


* {{Aesop/Other}}

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* {{Aesop/Other}}Aesop/OtherMedia


** FantasticAesop: A work of SpeculativeFiction attempts to deliver an Aesop with a metaphor for some RealLife issue, but the details of the setting undermine the intended message (e.g. "Death is a part of life" in a world where [[Main/DeathIsCheap resurrection is possible]])



* FantasticAesop: A moral which is appropriate for characters in SpeculativeFiction (e.g. "Don't raise the dead") but which has no RealLife application except metaphorically.



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** {{Anvilicious}}: The moral lands on the audience's heads with all the finesse of an [[AnvilOnHead anvil]].

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** {{Anvilicious}}: The delivery of the moral has no nuance nor finesse; it lands on the audience's heads with all the finesse subtlety of an [[AnvilOnHead anvil]].


* EatingAesop: An Aesop about the dangers of skipping important meals.


* HardTruthAesop: A moral that is unexpected and defies conventional wisdom (but may be good advice nevertheless).

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* HardTruthAesop: A moral that is unexpected and defies conventional wisdom (but wisdom, but may be good advice nevertheless).nevertheless.

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* EatingAesop: An Aesop about the dangers of skipping important meals.


* AnvilOfTheStory: The moral is incredibly unsubtle and presented heavy-handedly.
** {{Anvilicious}}: The moral lands on the audience's heads with all the subtlety of an [[AnvilOnHead anvil]].

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* AnvilOfTheStory: The moral is incredibly unsubtle obvious and presented heavy-handedly.
not at all subtle.
** {{Anvilicious}}: The moral lands on the audience's heads with all the subtlety finesse of an [[AnvilOnHead anvil]].



* CentralTheme: The underlying (moral and/or philosophical) theme that the story is about.
* MonikerAsEnticement: Do what the work says and you'll have a special title!

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* CentralTheme: The underlying (moral and/or philosophical) theme that of the story is about.
story.
* MonikerAsEnticement: Do what the work says and you'll have earn a special title!



** GoldenMoment: [[DeadHorseTrope The very mawkish]] summation of the moral seen in old {{Dom Com}}s.

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** GoldenMoment: [[DeadHorseTrope The very mawkish]] summation of the moral seen in old {{Dom Com}}s.



** CluelessAesop: A show mishandles a serious life lesson because a full explanation of the topic is too complex or adult for the audience, language, and tone of the show (e.g. a NoHuggingNoKissing cartoon tries to discuss sexual assault).
** DoNotDoThisCoolThing: A story meant to demonstrate that X is bad, but unintentionally [[MisaimedFandom makes X look really, really cool]].

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** CluelessAesop: A show mishandles Mishandling a serious life lesson because a full explanation of the topic is too complex or adult for the audience, language, and tone of the show work (e.g. a NoHuggingNoKissing cartoon tries to discuss sexual assault).
** DoNotDoThisCoolThing: A story meant to demonstrate that X is bad, but bad unintentionally [[MisaimedFandom makes X look really, really cool]].



* SpaceWhaleAesop: When the moral is shown via bizarre, illogical, or downright impossible consequences.

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* SpaceWhaleAesop: When Failing to follow the moral is shown via leads to bizarre, illogical, or downright impossible consequences.



* AntiEscapismAesop: Reality is better than fiction, so don't get too far lost in an imaginary world (including this story).

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* AntiEscapismAesop: Reality is better than fiction, so don't get too far lost invested in an imaginary world (including this story).


** ''AnAesop/{{Aisopos}}''

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* TeachHimAnger: You are not always the villain when you are angry, In some situations, it is the healthiest choice you can make.

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* TeachHimAnger: You are not always the villain when Being angry is a justified response to a bad situation, however, you are angry, In some situations, it is the healthiest choice must still control yourself before you can make.do something you regret.


* FightingBackIsWrong: An aesop about bullying isn't about "fighting fire with fire" and should be solved in a better way.

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* FightingBackIsWrong: An aesop Aesop about bullying isn't about "fighting fire with fire" and should be solved in a better way.


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* TeachHimAnger: You are not always the villain when you are angry, In some situations, it is the healthiest choice you can make.


AnAesop is among the JustForFun/TropesOfLegend. Almost every work can be considered to have an Aesop, so only put series-wide examples, or examples that have no sub-trope here.

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AnAesop An Aesop is among the JustForFun/TropesOfLegend. Almost every work can be considered to have an Aesop, so only put series-wide examples, or examples that have no sub-trope here.

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