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* SelfImposedChallenge: Gamers choose to impose weird rules upon themselves while playing.


* DesignatedMonkey: The creator believes that they are inflicting karma upon a character who deserves it, but in the audience's eyes the creator is just inflicting undeserving misery and misfortune on the character out of petty dislike.

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* DesignatedMonkey: The creator believes that they are inflicting karma upon a character who deserves it, but in the audience's eyes the creator is just inflicting undeserving undeserved misery and misfortune on the character out of petty dislike.

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* DesignatedHero: The character is intended to be the good guy, but because of the character's actions, the audience instead interprets the character as being an unlikable jerk at best and an intolerably callous villain at worst.
* DesignatedMonkey: The creator believes that they are inflicting karma upon a character who deserves it, but in the audience's eyes the creator is just inflicting undeserving misery and misfortune on the character out of petty dislike.
* DesignatedVillain: The character is intended to be the bad guy, but doesn't demonstrate any indication of being in the wrong aside from opposing the hero.

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* AlternativeJokeInterpretation: People have different interpretations of what makes a joke funny.

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* RainbowLens: A character has a queerness-unrelated trait that can be interpreted as a metaphor for queerness


* LiteraryAgentHypothesis: Fan speculation that a work is based on actual events.

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* LiteraryAgentHypothesis: Fan speculation that a work of fiction is based on actual events.


* LiteraryAgentHypothesis

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* LiteraryAgentHypothesisLiteraryAgentHypothesis: Fan speculation that a work is based on actual events.

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* LiteraryAgentHypothesis


* InternetBackdraft: A controversy concerning a work results in just about everyone on the Internet complaining about it.


** EsotericHappyEnding: The ending is supposedly intended to be seen as a happy ending, but the audience instead see the ending as a disappointing DownerEnding.

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** EsotericHappyEnding: The ending is supposedly intended to be seen as a happy ending, but the audience instead see sees the ending as a disappointing DownerEnding.

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** EsotericHappyEnding: The ending is supposedly intended to be seen as a happy ending, but the audience instead see the ending as a disappointing DownerEnding.


* VanillaProtagonist: Audiences find the main character to not be as interesting as the rest of the cast.

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* VanillaProtagonist: Audiences find the main character to not be as interesting as the rest of the cast.VanillaProtagonist


* HypeAversion: The more hyped a show is, the less viewers are inclined to check it out.

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* HypeAversion: The more hyped a show is, people tell you you should check it out, the less viewers are inclined to check it out.you want to.



* MorePopularSpinoff: The spin off is more popular than its parent show.


* CriticalBacklash: People complain about reviews that they don't agree with.

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* CriticalBacklash: People complain about reviews that they don't agree with.A work with a reputation of being terrible has defenders who believe the criticism is overblown.



* DeaderThanDisco

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* DeaderThanDiscoDeaderThanDisco: A once popular work is now almost universally despised and has little chance of making a comeback.



* FountainOfMemes

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* FountainOfMemesFountainOfMemes: A particular character spawns a lot of memes.



* GirlShowGhetto: Audiences are turned off by works that star and focus on female characters.

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* GirlShowGhetto: Audiences Male audiences are turned off by works that star and focus on female characters.



* HypeAversion
* HypeBacklash

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* HypeAversion
HypeAversion: The more hyped a show is, the less viewers are inclined to check it out.
* HypeBacklashHypeBacklash: A much lauded work has detractors who believe to be overrated.



* MemeticBadass

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* MemeticBadassMemeticBadass: A character is portrayed as a nigh-invincible God on the web.



* MemeticLoser

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* MemeticLoserMemeticLoser: Character is portrayed as a pathetic weakling in fanon, usually due to a humiliating defeat.



* MemeticPsychopath

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* MemeticPsychopathMemeticPsychopath: A nice character or harmless villain are portrayed as a mega-violent asshole in fanon, usually due to a JerkassBall moment.



* MinorityShowGhetto

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* MinorityShowGhettoMinorityShowGhetto: Works aimed at particular ethnic groups struggle to find audiences outside of that particular ethnicity.



* MorePopularSpinoff: The spin off is more popular than its parent show.



* SequelDisplacement

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* SequelDisplacementSequelDisplacement: The sequel is better known to audiences than the original.



* SmurfetteBreakout

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* SmurfetteBreakoutSmurfetteBreakout: A female character becomes more popular than her male counterparts.



* XPacHeat

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* XPacHeatXPacHeat: The audience hates a pro wrestler personally and wants them to go away.

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