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The full list is available [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/namespace_index.php?ns=Laconic in this link]].

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The full list is available [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/namespace_index.php?ns=Laconic in this link]].here]].


->''[[BrevityIsWit "Brevity is ... wit."]]''
-->-- '''[[{{Hamlet}} Polonius]]''', per ''TheSimpsons'' [[note]]Original line: "Brevity is the soul of wit."[[/note]]

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->''[[BrevityIsWit ->''[[Administrivia/BrevityIsWit "Brevity is ... is...wit."]]''
-->-- '''[[{{Hamlet}} '''[[Theatre/{{Hamlet}} Polonius]]''', per ''TheSimpsons'' ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' [[note]]Original line: "Brevity is the soul of wit."[[/note]]

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-->-- '''[[{{Hamlet}} Polonius]]''', per ''TheSimpsons''[[hottip:*:Original line: "Brevity is the soul of wit."]]

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-->-- '''[[{{Hamlet}} Polonius]]''', per ''TheSimpsons''[[hottip:*:Original ''TheSimpsons'' [[note]]Original line: "Brevity is the soul of wit."]]
"[[/note]]


Each Laconic page has a next/previous link on the bottom of the page so you can flip through them. Here is one to get you started. Laconic.AbandonShip.

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The full list is available [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/namespace_index.php?ns=Laconic in this link]].


The Laconic subpages are for brief statements describing the core idea of the thing page they are attached to.

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The Laconic subpages are for brief statements describing the core idea of the thing page they are attached to.


"Omit needless words."


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"Omit Omitting needless words."

words.


[[TVTropesWiki TV Tropes]] [[GetOnWithItAlready can be verbose]]. LaconicWiki [[DefiedTrope isn't]]. [[BeigeProse Concision rules here]]: '''"Omit needless words"'''.

[[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=904r0tapnwqrdghn77x98y5o Forum discussion]]. [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laconic_phrase "Laconic"]] defined in ironically long article.

[[BrevityIsWit Good idea to talk less in articles, too.]]

Compare LousyAlternateTitles, [[ThatGuyWithTheGlasses 5 Second Movies]]. See also LaconicalListOfSubtleTropeDistinctions.
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[[TVTropesWiki TV Tropes]] [[GetOnWithItAlready can be verbose]]. LaconicWiki [[DefiedTrope isn't]]. [[BeigeProse Concision rules here]]: '''"Omit "Omit needless words"'''.

[[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=904r0tapnwqrdghn77x98y5o Forum discussion]]. [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laconic_phrase "Laconic"]] defined in ironically long article.

[[BrevityIsWit Good
words."


The Laconic subpages are for brief statements describing the core
idea of the thing page they are attached to.

Each Laconic page has a next/previous link on the bottom of the page so you can flip through them. Here is one
to talk less in articles, too.]]

Compare LousyAlternateTitles, [[ThatGuyWithTheGlasses 5 Second Movies]]. See also LaconicalListOfSubtleTropeDistinctions.
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-->-- '''[[{{Hamlet}} Polonius]]''', per ''TheSimpsons'' (The actual line in the play is "Brevity is the soul of wit.")

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-->-- '''[[{{Hamlet}} Polonius]]''', per ''TheSimpsons'' (The actual line in the play is ''TheSimpsons''[[hottip:*:Original line: "Brevity is the soul of wit.")
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-->-- '''[[{{Hamlet}} Polonius]]''', per ''TheSimpsons''

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-->-- '''[[{{Hamlet}} Polonius]]''', per ''TheSimpsons''
''TheSimpsons'' (The actual line in the play is "Brevity is the soul of wit.")


[[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=904r0tapnwqrdghn77x98y5o Forum discussion]]. [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laconic_phrase "Laconic"]] defined in an ironically long article.

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[[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=904r0tapnwqrdghn77x98y5o Forum discussion]]. [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laconic_phrase "Laconic"]] defined in an ironically long article.

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