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* LawOfInverseRomanticInterest: ''The interest of other characters in a certain character is inverse to the character's own interest in romance.''


* LawOfWikiExpansion: ''Any specialized wiki, as it continues to grow, will accumulate pages for more general info.''


* WhatMeasureIsANonHuman

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* {{GIFT}}: ''Normal people, given anonymity and an audience, are terrible people.''

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* {{GIFT}}: [[ForumSpeak GIFT]]: ''Normal people, given anonymity and an audience, are terrible people.''


* [[ScalzisLaw Scalzi's Law]]: ''The failure mode of "clever" is "asshole"''


* KryptoniteFactor: ''An AchillesHeel that is a substance or state that only affects the hero.''

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* InevitablyBrokenRule: ''Any important rule will be broken before the end of the story.''


* TropeExampleLaws

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* TropeExampleLawsJustForFun/TropeExampleLaws

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* SugarWiki/FictionIdentityPostulate: ''All fiction is equally real because it is all completely false.''

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* DumbwaiterRide: ''If there's a dumbwaiter around, someone will ride in it.''


* LiteraryAgentHypothesis: ''The fictional world is real and everyone including the author is trying to cover it up.''

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* LiteraryAgentHypothesis: Fans postulate ''The fictional world is real and everyone including the author is trying to cover it up.''


* InfantImmortality: ''Babies and children don't die.''

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* InfantImmortality: ImprobableInfantSurvival: ''Babies and children don't die.''


* PopularVillainsReform: ''The likelihood that a villain will ultimately HeelFaceTurn is directly proportional to their popularity with the audience.''

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* PopularVillainsReform: ''The likelihood that a villain will ultimately HeelFaceTurn is directly proportional to their popularity with the audience.''


* DeathBySex: ''Doing it greatly increases one or both parties' chances of dying.''



* SexEqualsDeath: ''Doing it greatly increases one or both parties' chances of dying.''

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