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* ''ComicStrip/{{Garfield}}'':
** Garfield and Odie devise a plan to get Jon out of bed that involves [[https://garfield.com/comic/1992/07/12 a wagon full of random objects.]] Jon gets up immediately upon seeing them... or whatever they crafted it into. Which may have been Garfield's {{plan}} all along.
** In [[https://garfield.com/comic/1998/09/06 this]] strip, Jon sees Garfield wearing a jester hat, a bowtie, a ballet tutu, roller skates, and holding a shovel and tennis racket. Jon tries to ignore him and read his paper, but it becomes too much for him and he demands to know what Garfield is doing. Garfield replies the getup was to deliberately drive Jon crazy.
** In [[http://images.ucomics.com/comics/ga/2010/ga100525.gif this]] Garfield strip, we have a rather hilarious example. What on earth happened to Jon that would require these...random objects? A belt to hold up the remains of his pants, a fire extinguisher to put them out, and... a fishbowl.
* In ''ComicStrip/{{Dilbert}}'', Alice temporarily becomes a telecommuter. The Pointy Haired Boss and Asok develop a plan to get her back in her cubicle, which involved tranquilizer darts, a giant flatbed truck, and a giant shoehorn (harpoon optional). It's not that hard to figure out which each of them is used for, knowing in the context that Alice has gained considerable weight due to sitting at home all day. They scrap that plan in favor of ''building a giant cubicle around her house.''
* ComicStrip/BrewsterRockit. Read the strips for September 18 and 19 of 2007 for a glorious example. The July 20, 2004 strip contains an example including a chicken suit and monkeys in space.
* ComicStrip/CalvinAndHobbes had a fair few of these. Notable is the one strip where Calvin puts on a helmet and cape and claims that today is the day that he'll "go for the gusto," with no further explanation given.
* Frequently used as a punch line in the strips by Creator/{{Quino}}:
** One single-panel strip shows a hotel guest first arriving to his room, and finding [[spoiler: a loaded gun chained to the bed with a brand new box of ammo right next to it]], and the room's walls all around riddled with bullet holes at roughly the same height range.
** Another one depicts a very short man showing a very happy face, exiting a porn store after purchasing [[spoiler: a stool]] from there; Also invoked for the passersby of the same strip, who are showing reactions ranging from disgust to pervert faces.
** Subverted in another one where we see a depressed-looking man purchasing in a supermarket [[spoiler: [[DrivenToSuicide a stool and some rope]]]] to an unconcerned cashier.
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* ''ComicStrip/{{Garfield}}'':
** Garfield and Odie devise a plan to get Jon out of bed that involves [[https://garfield.com/comic/1992/07/12 a wagon full of random objects.]] Jon gets up immediately upon seeing them... or whatever they crafted it into. Which may have been Garfield's {{plan}} all along.
** In [[https://garfield.com/comic/1998/09/06 this]] strip, Jon sees Garfield wearing a jester hat, a bowtie, a ballet tutu, roller skates, and holding a shovel and tennis racket. Jon tries to ignore him and read his paper, but it becomes too much for him and he demands to know what Garfield is doing. Garfield replies the getup was to deliberately drive Jon crazy.
** In [[http://images.ucomics.com/comics/ga/2010/ga100525.gif this]] Garfield strip, we have a rather hilarious example. What on earth happened to Jon that would require these...random objects? A belt to hold up the remains of his pants, a fire extinguisher to put them out, and... a fishbowl.
* In ''ComicStrip/{{Dilbert}}'', Alice temporarily becomes a telecommuter. The Pointy Haired Boss and Asok develop a plan to get her back in her cubicle, which involved tranquilizer darts, a giant flatbed truck, and a giant shoehorn (harpoon optional). It's not that hard to figure out which each of them is used for, knowing in the context that Alice has gained considerable weight due to sitting at home all day. They scrap that plan in favor of ''building a giant cubicle around her house.''
* ComicStrip/BrewsterRockit. Read the strips for September 18 and 19 of 2007 for a glorious example. The July 20, 2004 strip contains an example including a chicken suit and monkeys in space.
* ComicStrip/CalvinAndHobbes had a fair few of these. Notable is the one strip where Calvin puts on a helmet and cape and claims that today is the day that he'll "go for the gusto," with no further explanation given.
* Frequently used as a punch line in the strips by Creator/{{Quino}}:
** One single-panel strip shows a hotel guest first arriving to his room, and finding [[spoiler: a loaded gun chained to the bed with a brand new box of ammo right next to it]], and the room's walls all around riddled with bullet holes at roughly the same height range.
** Another one depicts a very short man showing a very happy face, exiting a porn store after purchasing [[spoiler: a stool]] from there; Also invoked for the passersby of the same strip, who are showing reactions ranging from disgust to pervert faces.
** Subverted in another one where we see a depressed-looking man purchasing in a supermarket [[spoiler: [[DrivenToSuicide a stool and some rope]]]] to an unconcerned cashier.
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[[folder:Films -- Animated]]
* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Ratatouille}}'', one of the chefs claimed to have "killed a man, with this thumb!" Also, he "robbed the second largest bank in France using only a ballpoint pen".
* During the Robin torture scene in the uncut version of ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyondReturnOfTheJoker'', there is a table covered in Joker's "tools" including a [[NightmareFuel hacksaw, a plunger and a rubber chicken]]. There's also a half eaten donut, and a toothbrush with toothpaste. Of course, the latter can be explained by the Joker grin.\\
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The table used to contain actual torture tools, but censors asked for it to be changed, and the director found the result to be more hilarious and more "Joker-esque". In the original version--the one with the torture tools--the table is loaded with chemistry equipment, various painful and gruesome-looking hand tools, and various other supplies one might need to mutilate and MindRape a teenaged boy. There is also one conspicuous Noodle Implement: a plunger. Somehow, the presence of the plunger takes the scene from creepy up to nightmarish.
* In ''WesternAnimation/PenguinsOfMadagascar'', Kowalski's plan to get down to the abandoned ship involves hundreds of feet of kelp, and jellyfish trained to follow voice commands, and that's all we know about it.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Ratatouille}}'', one ''{{Magazine/MAD}}'' once suggested keeping a database of the chefs claimed jokes, to keep tabs on which have "killed a man, with this thumb!" Also, he "robbed already been told and whom not to tell them to. They mention "the one about the second largest bank in France using only a ballpoint pen".
* During the Robin torture scene in the uncut version of ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyondReturnOfTheJoker'', there is a table covered in Joker's "tools" including a [[NightmareFuel hacksaw, a plunger and a rubber chicken]]. There's also a half eaten donut, and a toothbrush with toothpaste. Of course, the latter can be explained by the Joker grin.\\
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The table used to contain actual torture tools, but censors asked for it to be changed,
elephant and the director found ant," which is apparently offensive to Armenians.
* One article on ''{{Website/Cracked}}'' [[http://www.cracked.com/blog/4-video-games-that-desperately-need-movie-adaptation_p2/ suggested that somewhere on some big executive's]] "list of terrifying things to do" was something that involved "midgets and two cans of turpentine".
* ''Entertainment Weekly'', in an article on
the result to be more hilarious and more "Joker-esque". In supposed demise of the original version--the one male pop star, said that Music/JustinBieber's recent antics pale in comparison with some of the torture tools--the table is loaded things that stars have gotten away with chemistry equipment, various painful over the years, and gruesome-looking hand tools, and various other supplies one then advises their readers to Google the phrase "Shark Zeppelin Seattle". '''(Warning: you might need to mutilate and MindRape a teenaged boy. There is also one conspicuous Noodle Implement: a plunger. Somehow, the presence of the plunger takes the scene from creepy up to nightmarish.
* In ''WesternAnimation/PenguinsOfMadagascar'', Kowalski's plan to get down to the abandoned ship involves hundreds of feet of kelp, and jellyfish trained to follow voice commands, and that's all we know about it.
BrainBleach if you do so.)'''



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* In ''Film/PulpFiction'', Marsellus Wallace tells Butch that he's going to call several of his men to "go to work" on his rapist Zed with a pair of pliers and a blowtorch, then proceeds to tell Zed (AKA Mr. Soon-to-be-living-the-rest-of-his-short-ass-life-in-excruciating-pain) that he's going to "get medieval on his ass." [[note]]Removing the teeth with the pliers, burning the fingerprints off, leaving an untraceable body doesn't even begin to cover it. The pliers would be used to break small bones (such as fingers and toes) so they could be ripped off, then cauterized with the blowtorch, preventing the victim from bleeding to death. The same is true for ears, lips, noses, nipples, genitals, and anything else that could be ripped off a person with extreme prejudice.[[/note]]
** The 1970s film ''Film/CharleyVarrick'' is the source of ''Pulp Fiction'''s famous "pliers and a blowtorch" line.
* One scene in ''Film/TheThreeMusketeers1973'' shows a group of torturers preparing to torture Monsieur Bonacieux in the Bastille, with the usual rack and branding irons and such, with a rather incongruous shot of a fist-sized potato being placed in a copper bowl near the end. What they were planning to do with it, God only knows.
* The [[MacGyvering MacGyver]] smoker from ''Film/HalfBaked'', comes up with two different sets of implements for making a bong.
-->'''[=MacGyver=] Friend''': Hey, man, we're out of papers.
-->'''[=MacGyver=] Smoker''': All right. Then get me a toilet paper roll, a corkscrew and some tin foil.
-->'''[=MacGyver=] Friend''': We don't have a corkscrew.
-->'''[=MacGyver=] Smoker''': All right. Then get me an avocado, an ice pick and my snorkel. Trust me, bro. I've made bongs with less. Hurry up!
* In the Music/WeirdAlYankovic comedy ''Film/{{UHF}}'', one of the characters has a public access television show. "Hello, my name is Philo and welcome to...Secrets Of The Universe. Today we are going to learn how to make plutonium from common household items." The additional footage that was cut lists "an egg beater, a car battery and a bowl of strawberry Jell-O. Put these items in a microwave for twelve minutes at 8000 degrees, and leave your house for several hours."
* In a bootleg version of ''Film/RevengeOfTheSith'', the dogfight dialogue appears to be about prostitution, a stolen piano, and a bath tub. [[TranslationTrainWreck It gets worse.]]
* In ''Film/TheWrongGuy'' the main character is told its possible to kill someone with only two teabags and some wax paper. When attacked by the villain he waves these items around in the air since he has no idea how it's supposed to work.
* ''Film/MontyPythonAndTheHolyGrail'': "Explain again how sheep bladders can be used to prevent earthquakes?" [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lfGpVcdqeS0 (at 0:09-14)]]
* In ''Film/LittleManTate'', the first child prodigy guest on the talk show mentions that his experiment will involve lasers, sulfuric acid, and butterflies.
* [[FullNameBasis John Spartan]] never does learn how to use those three seashells in ''Film/DemolitionMan''. According to the director, [[spoiler:two of the seashells were to be used together to pick up most of the crap, while the third was used to scrape away the rest.]]
* The Danish ''Film/OlsenBanden'' (''The Olsen Gang'') movies are largely a subversion of this trope. Pretty much all of Egon's plans involve a number of baroque requisites. The subversion comes when we actually get to see all those items being used for surprisingly coherent purposes. The same holds true for the Swedish remake ''Jönssonligan'' and the Norwegian remake, which includes six nappies, a violin, a crowbar and a machine gun.
* In the 2008 ''Film/GetSmart'' movie, the nerdy scientist's angry coworker claims to know how to kill people several ways with any of the office supplies on their desk, including the post-it notes.
* ''Film/ReturnOfTheKillerTomatoes'', Tara, the tomato turned sex-slave turned independent woman apparently has a knack with, "a lawnchair, six milk bottles and a tuning fork."
* ''Film/FourRooms'': Ted the Bellboy brings a bizarre laundry list to drunken entertainment moguls in the penthouse on New Year's Eve: "A block of wood. A doughnut. A ball of twine. Three nails. A club sandwich. A bucket of ice. And a hatchet as sharp as the devil himself." We learn the use of most of these, but the ball of twine and the nails are only to confuse the bellhop.
* In ''Film/ShanghaiKnights'', Lin escapes from imprisonment in the Scotland Yard with several...interesting items.
--> '''Lord Rathbone''': Perhaps you could explain to me how Looney Lin managed to escape from the confines of Scotland Yard under the watch of the most respected police force in the world.
--> '''Doyle''': Yes, of course, it's absolutely fascinating. She picked the lock using a deck of rather risque playing cards. Then scaled the walls with a mop, a fork, and various pilfered undergarments. I've got to hand it to the Chinese, they're awfully ingenious, Lord, aren't they?
--> '''Lord Rathbone''': Does your incompetence know no bounds?
* In ''Film/TheGreatMuppetCaper'', scenes of the diamond thieves going over their list of thieving equipment are inter-cut with scenes of the Muppets going over THEIR list of equipment, which includes a whoopie cushion, rubber vomit, underpants, and a variety of other odds and ends.
* In ''Film/DownByLaw'', the jailbreak plan.
* ''"Film/WhatsNewPussycat"'' - at a country hotel which is a popular rendezvous spot, the desk clerk on the phone calls out to her husband "The party in the 'Marquis de Sade' suite asks for a Boy Scout uniform and a dozen loaves of bread!"
* In ''Film/{{Brazil}}'', the torture tools seem regular, until you see the bouncing ball and the pacifier.
* In ''Film/GrossePointeBlank'':
--> MARTIN BLANK: They all have husbands and wives and children and houses and dogs, and, you know, they've all made themselves a part of something and they can talk about what they do. What am I gonna say? "I killed the president of Paraguay with a fork. How've you been?"
* ''Film/{{Paycheck}}''. Ben Affleck's character has had his memory erased after reverse-engineering a complex device. Rather than the huge sum of money he was promised for completing the job, he leaves himself a series of seemingly unrelated items -- among these, a ring, a lighter, a key with a BMW logo on it, a digital wristwatch -- each of which later ends up being useful. [[spoiler: The device that he reverse engineered was a time viewer. Like a time machine, only you see the future instead of traveling to it. So he knew that he would be killed and figured out how to save himself.]]
* In ''Film/FightClub'', when Tyler is interrupted having sex with Marla, he's wearing a heavy-duty rubber cleaning glove on one hand. Its purpose is never explained.
* From ''Film/TheAdventuresOfBuckarooBanzaiAcrossThe8thDimension''. As the group is running through the Banzai Institute after the Lectroids, New Jersey sees a watermelon in a metal press and asks what it's for. Reno just says, "I'll tell ya later." Explained later by WordOfGod: The Banzai Institute is developing ways of delivering food to famine-struck regions of the world by breeding a watermelon capable of being airdropped. Eggs are next.
* In ''Film/OceansTwelve'', when there's three of the twelve who are NOT in jail yet, they go over a list of popular heist schemes, one of which is called "Hell in a Handbasket", to which Linus replies "We... can't train a cat that quickly."
** Likely a throwback to a similar gag in the first movie, when they're trying to figure out how to blow the power in Vegas after their first plan becomes undermined.
--> Danny: Well, we could always...
--> Rusty: By tomorrow? No.
* ''Film/{{Stripes}}'' and ''Film/BachelorParty'' both feature a gag about a common handheld egg beater being brought into play in the bedroom. A noodle kitchen implement?
* ''Film/TheHangover'' features an entire room of noodle implements when the boys wake up in the morning, including a chicken, a flaming office chair, a baby, and a tiger. More are discovered throughout the day. Over the course of the film, the gang finds out how everything/everyone got into their room, but two things are never explicitly explained. WordOfGod says they were trying to feed the chicken to the tiger, but the chair never gets answered.
* In the movie ''Film/{{Hexed}}'', Claudia Christian breaks into the hero's apartment:
-->'''Hexina:''' You and I are going to have so much fun! Think of all the great sex games we can play. Do you have mayonnaise and a rake?
* ''Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanOnStrangerTides'' has Captain Jack describe his scheme to release The Black Pearl from Blackbeard's bottle in the film's closing moments:
-->'''Jack:''' We shall need a crossbow, an hourglass, three goats, one of us will have to learn to play the trumpet while the other one goes like this (waggles hands)
* In the Israeli CultClassic ''Film/OperationGrandma'', there is a serious technical failure in a hospital; enter the [[MacGyvering team technical genius]], saying calmly to the panicking, dumbfounded technicians, ‘Gimme a bottle of Sprite and a pair of scissors.’ He then proceeds to fix the problem off-screen.
* In ''Film/TheDarkKnight'', amongst the [[KnifeNut various assorted knives]] found in ComicBook/TheJoker's pockets is a potato peeler. Considering who we're dealing with, it's probably best ''not'' to try and imagine what he used it for. Even the guy going over what was there [[BreadEggsMilkSquick is]] [[DoubleTake confused]].
* Parodied in ''Film/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy''. Rocket Racoon comes up with an elaborate plan to break the cast out of prison, for which he'll need several things including a prisoner's [[ArtificialLimbs prosthetic leg.]] When Star Lord actually managed to bring it to him later on, he says he didn't need it after all, he just thought it would be funny.
* ''Film/PaperTowns'' has the same examples as in [[Literature/PaperTowns the book it's based on]] but Mountain Dew is subbed out for Red Bull, which ends up playing this straight as it's never seen again unlike the Mountain Dew that gets consumed by Margo and Q at the end of the night.
* In ''Film/ThePrincessBride'', the assault on the castle with brains, strength and steel is deemed hopeless without a wheelbarrow and a fireproof cloak. Averted, in that these items end up being used in a straightforward way.
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[[folder:Magazines]]
* ''{{Magazine/MAD}}'' once suggested keeping a database of jokes, to keep tabs on which have already been told and whom not to tell them to. They mention "the one about the elephant and the ant," which is apparently offensive to Armenians.
* One article on ''{{Website/Cracked}}'' [[http://www.cracked.com/blog/4-video-games-that-desperately-need-movie-adaptation_p2/ suggested that somewhere on some big executive's]] "list of terrifying things to do" was something that involved "midgets and two cans of turpentine".
* ''Entertainment Weekly'', in an article on the supposed demise of the male pop star, said that Music/JustinBieber's recent antics pale in comparison with some of the things that stars have gotten away with over the years, and then advises their readers to Google the phrase "Shark Zeppelin Seattle". '''(Warning: you might need BrainBleach if you do so.)'''
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[[folder:Web Animation]]
* In Episode 28 of ''WebAnimation/TheMostPopularGirlsInSchool'':
-->'''Jeanie Halvestard''': ...So because of those eighteen reasons, pyrotechnics will ''not'' be allowed this year.
* ''Machinima/TheLeetWorld'':
** Ellis does this a lot:
-->'''Montrose''': What we need is a distraction.\\
'''Ellis''': If only my uncle were here. He could do things with a beet and a chicken that would distract anybody.
** Also:
--->'''Ellis''': I was getting tired of the nightmares I had where you'd murder me in my bed with an eggbeater and some perseverance.
* ''Machinima/RedVsBlue'':
** There's this little exchange:
-->'''Sarge:''' Donut! Initiate 'Traitorous Simmons Plan Number 11'!\\
''(Donut then shoots Grif)''\\
'''Grif:''' (OW!)\\
'''Sarge:''' No! Number ''11''!\\
'''Donut:''' Where the hell am I going to get a steamroller?!
** Also Andy, the sentient bomb, which was built by [[ActionGirl Tex]] from parts of an old protocol druid and other of "her personal items".
** In Chapter 7 of ''Recreation'':
-->'''Sarge:''' Alright, let's get going. Everybody packed?
-->'''Caboose:''' Yep.
-->'''Grif [to Caboose]:''' Where's your stuff?
-->'''Caboose:''' Oh, I only carry a washcloth and six toothbrushes.
-->'''Grif:''' I'm gonna assume that makes sense to ''you''.
-->'''Caboose:''' Yeah, it does.
-->'''Grif:''' Yeah, I thought so. We'll just go ahead and leave that one alone.
* Lampshaded and played straight in ''WebAnimation/ApocalypseLane,'' when there is an incident where they need to break into a safe. Lampshaded when Mickey [[spoiler: drunk on a vodka martini so he thinks he's Film/JamesBond]] asks for yogurt... because it helps him think. Played straight in the next scene.
* Any ImprobableWeaponUser will have this.
** How does Setzer from ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVI'' attack with dice?
** People must really not like the words in books or the notes played with a musical instrument. Or they're hit over the head with them.
** It's possible to think of several ways Janice from VideoGame/ChronoCross attacks with carrots. None of them are fun.
* ''WebAnimation/HomestarRunner'':
** The holiday cartoon "A Decemberween Pageant" has Homestar and friends putting on a play about the first [[YouMeanXmas Decemberween]], with a few random scenes from the play. Apparently the holiday's origins involve a sailor named Archibald fighting a squid, the Santa-like Dr. Christmas hitting up the King of Town for a loan of "fifty bag of golds", a love affair between an angel and the Popular Vote, two Kobe Bryants, and a "moon computer".
** The WebAnimation/StrongBadEmail "pet show" couples this with OrphanedPunchline; The Cheat's answer to one of Strong Bad's test questions is "With a rusty fork and a guitar string."
** The short "Best Caper Ever" featured the end result of a prank where Strong Bad and The Cheat stranded Homestar on a tiny ice floe in the Arctic Ocean. However, Strong Bad and The Cheat are both bugged because [[WhatDidIDoLastNight all they can remember]] is stealing Homestar's melonade and The Cheat whizzing in it, and thus they can't properly gloat about their success.
** In episode 15 of Marzipan's Answering Machine, the Cheat (with translation by Strong Bad) attempts to make a prank call on Marzipan's answering machine, one that apparently involves epsom salt.
--->'''Strong Bad:''' ''Epsom salt?!'' The Cheat, are you sure that's the direction you wanna go with this prank call?
* In ''[[WebAnimation/PonyDotMov PARTY.MOV]]'' Spike lists [[ExtremeOmnisexual increasingly improbable things that Pinkie Pie had sex with]], from [[BiTheWay both men and women]] to small animals and bugs, and even snails.
-->'''Spike:''' She fucked a snail. I watched her fuck a ''snail'' once. That sounds weird, right? Just hearing me say it? Imagine how weird it was to ''see'' it! '''[[PunctuatedForEmphasis She]] ''[[PunctuatedForEmphasis fucked!]]'' [[PunctuatedForEmphasis A]] ''[[PunctuatedForEmphasis snail!]]'''''
* ''WebVideo/UltraFastPony'', "Granny Smith Is Mean", has this line:
-->'''Granny Smith:''' Go and get me some bricks, duct tape, a hacksaw, and some party balloons. There's some orphans I want to play a prank on.

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* In Episode 28 of ''WebAnimation/TheMostPopularGirlsInSchool'':
-->'''Jeanie Halvestard''': ...So because of those eighteen reasons, pyrotechnics will ''not'' be allowed this year.
* ''Machinima/TheLeetWorld'':
** Ellis does this
Anything involving a lot:
-->'''Montrose''': What we need is
{{Henway}}. What's a distraction.\\
'''Ellis''': If only my uncle were here. He could do things with a beet and a chicken that would distract anybody.
** Also:
--->'''Ellis''': I was getting tired of
Henway? Go to the nightmares I had where you'd murder me in my bed with an eggbeater and some perseverance.
page to find out.
* ''Machinima/RedVsBlue'':
**
There's this little exchange:
-->'''Sarge:''' Donut! Initiate 'Traitorous Simmons Plan Number 11'!\\
''(Donut then shoots Grif)''\\
'''Grif:''' (OW!)\\
'''Sarge:''' No! Number ''11''!\\
'''Donut:''' Where the hell am I going to get
a steamroller?!
** Also Andy, the sentient bomb, which was built by [[ActionGirl Tex]] from parts of an old protocol druid and other of "her personal items".
** In Chapter 7 of ''Recreation'':
-->'''Sarge:''' Alright, let's get going. Everybody packed?
-->'''Caboose:''' Yep.
-->'''Grif [to Caboose]:''' Where's your stuff?
-->'''Caboose:''' Oh, I only carry a washcloth and six toothbrushes.
-->'''Grif:''' I'm gonna assume that makes sense to ''you''.
-->'''Caboose:''' Yeah, it does.
-->'''Grif:''' Yeah, I thought so. We'll just go ahead and leave that one alone.
* Lampshaded and played straight in ''WebAnimation/ApocalypseLane,'' when
joke out there is an incident where they need to break into a safe. Lampshaded when Mickey [[spoiler: drunk on a vodka martini so he thinks he's Film/JamesBond]] asks for yogurt... because it helps him think. Played straight in the next scene.
* Any ImprobableWeaponUser will have this.
** How does Setzer from ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVI'' attack with dice?
** People must really not like the words in books or the notes played with
a musical instrument. Or they're hit over the head with them.
** It's possible to think
juried trial, a list of several ways Janice from VideoGame/ChronoCross attacks with carrots. None of them are fun.
* ''WebAnimation/HomestarRunner'':
** The holiday cartoon "A Decemberween Pageant" has Homestar and friends putting on a play about the first [[YouMeanXmas Decemberween]], with a few random scenes from the play. Apparently the holiday's origins involve a sailor named Archibald fighting a squid, the Santa-like Dr. Christmas hitting up the King of Town for a loan of "fifty bag of golds", a love affair between an angel and the Popular Vote, two Kobe Bryants, and a "moon computer".
** The WebAnimation/StrongBadEmail "pet show" couples this with OrphanedPunchline; The Cheat's answer to one of Strong Bad's test questions is "With a rusty fork and a guitar string."
** The short "Best Caper Ever" featured the end result of a prank where Strong Bad and The Cheat stranded Homestar on a tiny ice floe in the Arctic Ocean. However, Strong Bad and The Cheat are both bugged because [[WhatDidIDoLastNight all they can remember]] is stealing Homestar's melonade and The Cheat whizzing in it, and thus they can't properly gloat about their success.
** In episode 15 of Marzipan's Answering Machine, the Cheat (with translation by Strong Bad) attempts to make a prank call on Marzipan's answering machine, one that apparently involves epsom salt.
--->'''Strong Bad:''' ''Epsom salt?!'' The Cheat, are you sure that's the direction you wanna go with this prank call?
* In ''[[WebAnimation/PonyDotMov PARTY.MOV]]'' Spike lists [[ExtremeOmnisexual
increasingly improbable strange items is listed in the evidence. At the end, the jury finds that "They each would have paid a hundred dollars to have seen that fight".

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* An ordinary room contains 1231
things that Pinkie Pie had sex with]], from [[BiTheWay both men and women]] to small animals and bugs, and even snails.
-->'''Spike:''' She fucked a snail. I watched her fuck a ''snail'' once. That sounds weird, right? Just hearing me say it? Imagine how weird it was to ''see'' it! '''[[PunctuatedForEmphasis She]] ''[[PunctuatedForEmphasis fucked!]]'' [[PunctuatedForEmphasis A]] ''[[PunctuatedForEmphasis snail!]]'''''
* ''WebVideo/UltraFastPony'', "Granny Smith Is Mean", has this line:
-->'''Granny Smith:''' Go and get me some bricks, duct tape, a hacksaw, and some party balloons. There's some orphans I want to play a prank on.
Creator/ChuckNorris can kill you with. Including the room itself. (And no, not just the roof or the walls, which would come first. The entire room.)



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* Wiki/TVTropes. Not being able to make head or tail of a trope example referring to very StoryArc- or [[TheVerse 'verse]]-dependent events from a show, book, movie, etc. that you are not familiar with, when it is not put in context for those who are not familiar with it, and is described using lots of in-jokes, meta-references, and ambiguous sentences hyperlinked to other tropes that are self-evident only to the familiar, is one of the most entertaining and infuriating aspects of [[TvTropesWillRuinYourLife this wiki.]]
* Cashiers sometimes have fun trying to piece together exactly what the random pile of stuff in a person's shopping cart will be used for. One post on [[http://failbook.failblog.org/ Failbook]] had someone posting that a customer had just bought a Music/MileyCyrus DVD, some lube, and a box of tissues... {{Squick}}.
* Misha Collins (Castiel in ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'') has done this on Twitter: "Out of Gitmo. not going to go into details, but long story short, it involved 250 gal. gasoline, a catapult, a bandaid & a pr of raybans" For those who aren't actively participating, Misha's annual scavenger hunt GISHWHES seems to bring up a lot of these. For about a week's time, it wasn't unusual to scroll through Website/{{tumblr}} and find requests such as "Does anyone have access to a swimming pool and a storm trooper costume?"
* Amateur radio operators have the wouff-hong and rettysnitch, tools meant for the enforcement of law and order and decency respectively on the airwaves. The wouff-hong, allegedly named after a garbled message received by pioneering ham Hiram Percy Maxim [=W1AW=], is made of wood and vaguely resembles an offset "rabbit" dildo; the rettysnitch is a metal rod with a handle and a spiked wheel on it. No one is sure exactly how they were supposed to be used, and frankly, no one ''wants'' to know.
* [[LockingMacGyverInTheStoreCupboard People have been known to break out of prison using the following]]: a potato and some shoe polish [[note]]you carve the potato (or a bar of soap) into a gun shape, and use the shoe polish to color it so that it looks more like a real gun and less like something you carved out of a potato, then bluff your way out[[/note]]; dental floss [[note]]floss is one of the strongest strings you can buy, it is able to saw through steel bars[[/note]]; chili powder [[note]]use it as a pepper spray to blind your guard and run away[[/note]]; a green felt tip pen [[note]]get enough pens, dye your white prison uniform green, walk out with the prison cleaning detail[[/note]]; peanut butter[[note]]cover a digit of a door number that leads to the outside and then trick the guard into unlocking it[[/note]]; and prison cafeteria salsa [[note]]the salsa was acidic enough to eat through the bars over several months' time[[/note]]. A man on death row once committed suicide by making a pipe bomb using only a leg from his bed and a pack of playing cards [[note]]the red dye on old fashioned cards is made from nitrocellulose, which explodes when soaked in water and heated[[/note]].
* According to one of the cast members of ''Film/TwinPeaksFireWalkWithMe'', one day during filming she asked someone what was going on "behind that door" and they said, with extreme nonchalance, "Oh you know, David [Lynch] is in there with the trampoline and the chimpanzee and they're filming." (No scene with a trampoline and chimp appears in the finished product but a few entire hours were cut from the film.) Creator/DavidLynch requested "one-legged woman, a monkey and a lumberjack" on incredibly short notice while filming Inland Empire.
* [[Film/TheThingFromAnotherWorld Kenneth Tobey]] made a couple of westerns with WWII veteran Creator/AudieMurphy, who was known for his weird practical jokes and his unofficial work with law enforcement. Tobey once accepted Murphy's offer of a lift out to the remote location where they were shooting, and was somewhat alarmed to discover that his costar kept guns, chains, handcuffs, and a live rattlesnake in his car.
* The UsefulNotes/SocietyForCreativeAnachronism's general pursuit is sometimes called "the Dream". One poster on rec.org.sca, Sfi Mordehai ben Yosef Yitzhak, wrote in his .sig file:
-->This is not the Dream. This is what I do on weekends to have some fun.
-->The Dream involves 4 sets of identical twins, 2 gallons of Cool Whip, 5 quarts of chocolate syrup, 2-1/4 pounds of strawberries, satin sheets, a magnum of champagne, a trapeze, and a python.
* Any time you go to the store to buy items for two unrelated projects. For example, chili powder and shaving cream. They just happen to be the two things you've run out of today, but anyone witnessing you purchase them might think you're up to something... strange.
** This becomes the basis of UsefulNotes/{{Walmart}}'s latest commercials, though in a subversion, we see ''exactly'' what happens to the bought items.
** People buying items they are embarrassed about (such as condoms) will often buy several other items which often consist of snacks, pens, etc. Most shopkeepers are know exactly what this means, but some might think this person enjoys eating snacks and drawing whilst having protected sex. An awkward variant is if someone buys baby items or items for the opposite gender but doesn't have their baby or partner with them, the shopkeeper may think the person in question is a fetishist and is going to use these items themselves. This has become a game (appropriately titled the 'condom game') where you buy a pack of condoms, and two more odd/random/disturbing items and see who can gross out their cashier the most. Conversely, the opposite assumption can be quite useful to fetishists who ARE going to use those items themselves.
* After the [[UsefulNotes/{{Libya}} Libyan rebels]] conquered Tripoli, under its largest university they found a secret chamber, previously only accessible by the deposed UsefulNotes/MuammarGaddafi and a select few associates. Among other things, it contained a bedroom, jacuzzi, and [[OneOfTheseThingsIsNotLikeTheOthers a complete gynaecological equipment setup]].
* For the development of ''VideoGame/Left4Dead2'', they had a whole folder of injuries to model the textures for the Zombies, so they can be realistically damaged. It was so horrifying that they had to use Potato skins and Insulation foam instead. One can only imagine what went through the cashier's mind when Valve Employees showed up with this in their basket.
* Usually the implements come in a group and that's where the comedy comes from. And then, there was the story of how Creator/KevinSmith had to have the idea of "Music/{{Prince}} World", the paradigm Prince lives in that seems to be made completely of InsaneTrollLogic, explained to him thus:
--> '''Prince's Producer''': "Prince will come to us periodically and say things like, 'It's 3 in the morning in Minnesota. I really need a Camel. Go get it.'"
* From time to time something will appear in an archaeological site (especially if it is a prehistoric one) that no one will be able to figure out what was it for. Often such items are labeled "for ritual purposes" or something similar, which doesn't decrease the trope: ''what'' was the ritual and ''why'' did you use these NoodleImplements in it?
* Actual noodle implements, for making noodles - dull wheeled cutters, rolling pins on tablets or presses, fine flour, cooking oil, and an egg.
* In 1860, a police officer by the name of Robert Burke was selected to lead an expedition into the Australian Outback to find a land route to the northern coast from Victoria. His supplies for the trip included a heavy wooden table and chair set, 1,500 pounds of sugar, a Chinese gong, and a stationary cabinet. Predictably, the expedition failed and Burke was never seen again.
* Raise of hands, who's here curious about what could be on the job application to receive [[http://knowyourmeme.com/photos/630377-trolling this]] reply?
* [[http://www.somethingawful.com/comedy-goldmine/craziness-sleep/1/ This post]] on ''Website/SomethingAwful'' catalogs some of the more bizarre things that people have [[TalkingInYourSleep said in their sleep]]. Several entries fit this trope, but this one is particularly noteworthy for being the only one where it's outright commented that the recounting user thinks they'll work:
-->"...See, the ropes, we tie 'em up there and throw those big ass steering wheels on there. Yeah, but forget the magnets. We tried that and it only worked on cats. I'll be back, gotta take Jesus to the races"
* Performers will often have very odd items listed on their performance rider[[note]]a set of requests or demands that a performer sets as criteria for performance[[/note]]. Justified in that the requests are actually made by road managers, not the band, and it tests the venue's attention to detail, since many of the normal requests are safety related. Music/VanHalen's infamous rider request for a bowl of M&Ms, with the brown ones removed, was ''exactly'' for this purpose.
* There is the [[SpotOfTea chocolate biscuit]] that nearly started WW3. Naturally, British service personnel with access to heavy weaponry were involved. See ANuclearError for details.
* Retr0bright, a technique for restoring discoloured computers and peripherals to their proper colour, would definitely count for those unfamiliar; the most basic procedure involves hair bleach and a blacklight, and one recipe uses hydrogen peroxide, throat medicine, washing powder, and Xanthan gum.
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* Anything involving a {{Henway}}. What's a Henway? Go to the page to find out.
* There's a joke out there where in a juried trial, a list of increasingly strange items is listed in the evidence. At the end, the jury finds that "They each would have paid a hundred dollars to have seen that fight".

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* An ordinary room contains 1231 things that Creator/ChuckNorris can kill you with. Including the room itself. (And no, not just the roof or the walls, which would come first. The entire room.)
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** Garfield and Odie devise a plan to get Jon out of bed that involves [[http://garfield.nfshost.com/1992/07/12/ a wagon full of random objects.]] Jon gets up immediately upon seeing them... or whatever they crafted it into. Which may have been Garfield's {{plan}} all along.

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** Garfield and Odie devise a plan to get Jon out of bed that involves [[http://garfield.nfshost.com/1992/07/12/ [[https://garfield.com/comic/1992/07/12 a wagon full of random objects.]] Jon gets up immediately upon seeing them... or whatever they crafted it into. Which may have been Garfield's {{plan}} all along.

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** In [[https://garfield.com/comic/1998/09/06 this]] strip, Jon sees Garfield wearing a jester hat, a bowtie, a ballet tutu, roller skates, and holding a shovel and tennis racket. Jon tries to ignore him and read his paper, but it becomes too much for him and he demands to know what Garfield is doing. Garfield replies the getup was to deliberately drive Jon crazy.


* In the Israeli CultClassic ''Film/OperationGrandma'', there is a serious technical failure in a hospital; [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome enter the]] [[MacGyvering team technical genius]], saying calmly to the panicking, dumbfounded technicians, ‘Gimme a bottle of Sprite and a pair of scissors.’ He then proceeds to fix the problem off-screen.
* In ''Film/TheDarkKnight'', amongst the [[KnifeNut various assorted knives]] found in ComicBook/TheJoker's pockets is a potato peeler. Considering who we're dealing with, it's probably best ''not'' to try and imagine what he used it for. [[Funny/TheDarkKnight Even the guy going over what was there]] [[BreadEggsMilkSquick is]] [[DoubleTake confused]].

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* In the Israeli CultClassic ''Film/OperationGrandma'', there is a serious technical failure in a hospital; [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome enter the]] the [[MacGyvering team technical genius]], saying calmly to the panicking, dumbfounded technicians, ‘Gimme a bottle of Sprite and a pair of scissors.’ He then proceeds to fix the problem off-screen.
* In ''Film/TheDarkKnight'', amongst the [[KnifeNut various assorted knives]] found in ComicBook/TheJoker's pockets is a potato peeler. Considering who we're dealing with, it's probably best ''not'' to try and imagine what he used it for. [[Funny/TheDarkKnight Even the guy going over what was there]] there [[BreadEggsMilkSquick is]] [[DoubleTake confused]].

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** The WebAnimation/StrongBadEmail "pet show" couples this with OrphanedPunchline; The Cheat's answer to one of Strong Bad's test questions is "With a rusty fork and a guitar string."


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* Subverted in [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=phpCyDESAgw this]] episode of ''Series/StarkRavingMad'', in which Ian asks Henry to get three straws and two maraschino cherries, only to reveal upon the latter's return that he just wanted him out of the way. Then he asks for a four-slot toaster and a Belgian waffle maker. Fortunately, he figures it out before leaving.
* In the ''Series/{{Sherlock}}'' episode "The Hounds of Baskerville," it starts with Sherlock bursting into 221B Baker Street soaked in blood and wielding a harpoon:
-->'''Sherlock:''' Well, ''that'' was tedious.
-->'''John:''' You went on the Tube ''like that''?
-->'''Sherlock:''' None of the cabs would take me.
** For fans of the books, however, it's pretty clear that what he was doing was [[http://sherlock-holmes.classic-literature.co.uk/the-adventure-of-black-peter/ stabbing a pig carcass with the harpoon to work out how much effort is required to kill a person in a similar manner]].
* This is how every episode of ''Series/MacGyver1985'' works, hence the parodies. Though we do get to see how he puts it all together, he can make ''anything'' out of ''anything''. So if you've got Noodle Implements, he can get it done. Duct tape usually helps, though. WordOfGod states that the reason for this was to prevent children watching the show from trying to duplicate the experiments themselves and possibly getting injured.
* ''Series/MythBusters'':
** Subversion: Most of the lists of things they need to carry out [[ForScience their plans]] only SOUND like this--but then again, why WOULD you need a piano tuner on a bomb range? Or a microwave, for that matter? The cement truck... And then there's the pig viscera and the diving suit...The duct tape, the lard, the air tank, the Pykrete, the tongue stud, the Tesla coil and the playing cards..You know, Series/MythBusters needs a folder all its own on here. We see on-screen how the stuff eventually gets used but how could a newbie to the show figure out how anybody can do science with a jar of salsa, rubber cement and eight raincoats. Or a duck, some bulls, old glassware, liquid nitrogen, 400 cigarette lighters, a cell phone, silicone breast implants, some tubes of biscuit dough, an octopus, buttered toast, a semi-automatic and an airline toilet. Also, Jamie's wall in the back of M5 has many, many totes with names of these taped on them, including one allegedly containing "Raw Meat".
** Played straight in the following exchange:
--->'''Jamie:''' [[AreYouPonderingWhatImPondering Are you thinking what I'm thinking?]]
--->'''Adam:''' I think so, Jamie, but it's gonna be hard to find four oak doors and 30 feet of greased chain!
** In Katie Tiedrich's animated parody, Adam lists of a number of decidedly-not-duct-tape supplies he's going to need, which includes seventeen gallons of pudding. Tory gets to feed the leopard.
** {{Lampshade|Hanging}}d once, when Kari is asked by Tory and Grant to name what a set of items have in common: creamer, cheese, leather, chicken, duct tape, and a steel pipe. Her first two (incorrect) answers are "Saturday night at Adam Savage's house" and "Saturday night at ''Jamie Hyneman's'' house". [[labelnote:Correct Answer]]"Cannon"; all of them had been used in association with cannons in previous myths (except leather, which was the subject of the ''current'' cannon myth).[[/labelnote]]
* ''Series/ForensicFiles'' also pulls a subversion. At first, it would be hard to tell how a handful of plastic pellets, an obsolete dye, an unusual dental appliance, and an old notebook solved a 30 year old murder. [[spoiler: [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Murder_of_Reyna_Marroquin In this case,]] the unusual dentistry indicated the victim was from Central America as the procedure wasn't performed in the US. The plastic pellets and dye color were from the factory the perpetrator owned and only used for a short window of time (indicating where and when the murder took place), and the old notebook had both the victim's resident alien number (which gave a positive ID) and a friend's phone number (who filled in the gaps in the story the police were missing).]]
* ''Series/KenanAndKel'': This happens at the end of [[OnceAnEpisode each episode]]. Kenan devises a ZanyScheme to make up for what happened in the episode and tells Kel to get some stuff for him and meet him somewhere ("Get me a roll of toothpaste, a shower curtain, 10 bottles of apple juice, and a Gameboy! And meet me at my house around seven"). The most explicit example of this trope is an episode in which Kenan's ZanyScheme is described as: "Now, get something, something else, a third thing, and meet me over there. Now come on, Nickname."
* The BritCom ''Series/AlloAllo'' has two German officers who are turned on by the waitresses with wet celery, egg whisks and flying helmets, among others. WordOfGod states that they actively tried to explain how these items got used and rejected any that they succeeded with.
-->'''Colonel:''' (in response to whether he wants the egg whisk) "No, not the egg whisk. The electric mixer!"\\
'''Yvette:''' (horrified gasp)
* ''Series/WizardsOfWaverlyPlace'':
** Justin asks Alex's advice of how to get rid of a clingy girlfriend. She tells him he's going to need a road flare, a barrel of maple syrup and a mini trampoline. He realizes after some time what she meant by that.
** To fix the lamp he broke, Max will need "A broom, a dustpan, double-stick tape, and small dog." The first three are all a SubvertedTrope, as it's obvious enough what they'd be used for, but it's never explained what he intended to do with the last one.
* ''Series/RedDwarf'':
** They tended to allude to sex like this, although at times, they've used it for torture: "Rasputin! Bring in the bucket of soapy frogs and remove his trousers!" from "Meltdown".
** In the sixth series, a RunningGag involved Rimmer constantly try to cite Space Corps Directives that were pertinent to their current situation, only to completely mangle them have have Kryten inform them what they ''really'' were, usually in this fashion ("'Eight-eight-oh-nine-seven-stroke-c'? Doesn't that require a live chicken and a rabbi?")
** When Lister learns that he's God of the Cat People:
--->'''Lister:''' I'm supposed to have given them five sacred laws. Five sacred laws! I've broken four of them meself. I'd have broken the fifth, but there's no sheep on board.
** In the episode "Legion", Kryten drops references to some ''literal'' Noodle Implements, as the crew attempt to use Mamosian anti-matter chopsticks:
--->'''Kryten:''' For my cooking duties, I'm programmed to be proficient in all known off-world eating techniques, including Jovian Boogle Hoops, and the often-lethal Mercurian Boomerang Spoon.
** Several instances of ice cubes and any pocket cavity...
** Driven insane by the Holovirus, Rimmer takes a whispered suggestion from his penguin pal Mr. Flibble on how to punish the others - "Oh, we couldn't do that. Who'd clean up all the mess?".
* ''Series/{{Blackadder}}'':
** Subverted in ''Blackadder II''. We start out only hearing what Blackadder needs for his plan to get out of debt - "Some feathers, a dress, some oil, an easel, some sleeping draught, lots of paper, a prostitute and the best portrait painter in England!". Later, though, we see exactly how they were used to execute his plan.
** In ''Blackadder The Third'': "Baldrick, believe me, eternity in the company of Beelzebub and all his hellish instruments of death will be a picnic compared to five minutes with me and ''this pencil''."
* In the first episode of ''Series/SaluteYourShorts'', a kid is threatened with an "awful waffle". It apparently involves maple syrup and a tennis racket. This is actually a real camp hazing ritual where you pour syrup on someone's stomach, then smack them repeated with the tennis racket so a sticky grid of marks is made. However, we never see it actually performed, and later episodes add more and more unrelated items to the mix.
* In one episode of ''Series/StargateAtlantis'', Sheppard finds himself stuck with Lucius Lavin, trying to come up with a plan to rescue his teammates. Lavin throws out some truly ridiculous ideas which end with him suggesting they get "a magnifying glass and some tape. .....Some poisoned tape."
* ''Series/MalcolmInTheMiddle'':
** In one early episode, the boys were locked in their room until one of them confessed to some misdeed. When we see them next, they're wearing helmets with flashlights taped to them, have strapped pillows to themselves, and are trying to remove a light fixture from the ceiling. Malcolm comments "I swear, on paper this was a great idea." In the DVD commentary, the writers admit that they had no specific escape plan in mind and had just come up with something random.
** In a later episode, Hal is having a mental breakdown over deciding on a stranger he was given power of attorney over pulling the plug or letting live in a coma. In the end he [[TakeAThirdOption took a third option]] that only needed materials that you can get at Radio Shack, except for the hat. [[LetUsNeverSpeakOfThisAgain We're never told what he did]], [[NoodleIncident except that he got the idea when he found out the guy was a birdwatcher]].
** In another episode, Reese commits some horrific act that has everyone reeling. Even the school psychologist, who's heard everything, is beside herself. However, we never find out what it is.
--> '''Psychologist''': ''Oh God! What were the cats for?!''
--> '''Lois''': ''Nobody knows!''
* From ''Series/{{Castle}}''
-->'''[[ThoseTwoGuys Esposito:]]''' What does that thing do?
-->'''[[ThoseTwoGuys Ryan:]]''' Looks like a potato peeler.
-->'''[[ThoseTwoGuys Esposito:]]''' Oh that is nasty.
-->'''Castle:''' And illegal in 12 states.
* ''Series/{{Scrubs}}'':
** Although J.D.'s fantasies usually don't fit this trope, as we see exactly '''how''' his wacky schemes play out in his head, we do get a straight example in the episode "Their Story", in which rather than hearing J.D.'s thoughts, we can hear the thoughts of Jordan, Ted and The Todd:
-->'''The Todd''' ''(thinking)'': Oh great, there he goes off into his fantasy world. Now I'm stuck here waiting until he snaps out of it with some weird comment.\\
'''J.D.''' ''(coming out of one of his fantasies)'': But we'd have to find a whole lot of gnomes!\\
'''The Todd''' ''(unimpressed)'': That's helpful.
** Janitor once volunteers to help with some endeavor in exchange for being put into full body cast and taken to the airport. He'll explain later.
** When Janitor calls to his brain trust to help him devise a plan to win over Elliot's heart, one of the plans involves setting her apartment on fire and another one requires a tug boat.
-->: '''Janitor:''' Tug-boats and arson, that's all I ever get from you guys!
* ''Series/{{Friends}}'': In preparation for a night out with an old friend who always gets him into weird adventures, Ross packs his passport, an extra pair of socks, and a snakebite kit. To which Chandler rolls his eyes: "It's not going to be '' exactly'' like last time!" Although Chandler prepared himself with some Canadian money, since at least one adventure involved a boat headed for Nova Scotia...
* ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' does this with sex scenes in the (fictional) movie ''Le Banquet D'Amelia'':
-->'''Buffy''': I've never actually seen... well, uh, from the title I thought it was about food.\\
'''Angel''': Well... there was food.\\
'''Buffy''': Right, the scene with the... food.\\
...\\
'''Buffy''': We can't actually do any of those things. You'd lose your soul, and besides, I don't even own a kimono.
** A possibly slightly more innocuous example from Season 2:
--->'''Devon:''' What does a girl need to do to impress you, Oz?\\
'''Oz:''' It involves a feather boa and the theme from ''A Summer Place''... I can't discuss it here.
* In ''Series/BlackBooks'':
-->'''Bernard''': I did do Belly Savalas.\\
'''Bernard''': (In a flashback, drunk) "What? I can't hear you Belly Savalas!" (pulls lollipop out of belly button) "Who loves you, baby?"\\
'''Fran''': You didn't do Cobumbo, did you?\\
'''Bernard''': No. (pause) I didn't have any cigars.
** This one didn't really leave it to the imagination.
* ''Series/MontyPythonsFlyingCircus'':
** In the "Storytime" sketch, a children's TV presenter is reading a series of stories which invariably turn pornographic. "Discipline? Naked? ''(turns the book sideways)'' ...With a ''melon?''"
** This one is a classic:
---> '''Presenter''': ...to stop us from revealing your name, the name of the three other people involved, the youth organization to which they belong, and the shop where you bought the equipment.
** One audio version of Blackmail has Michael Palin narrating the blackmailed videotape (because there is no video to go along with it).
---> '''Narrator''': Wait, what's she doing to his - is that a ''chicken'' up there - no, no, that's just the way she's holding the grapefruit. Oh, ho, ho! [buzzer sounds]
** There's Gavin Millar(rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr)'s speech about [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vhc1hWXH5IM Neville Shunt's]] railway drama, which is essentially one Noodle Implement after another in rapid succession.
--->'''Gavin Millar(rrrrrrrrrrrrrrr):''' Some people have made the mistake of seeing Shunt's work as a load of rubbish about railway timetables, but clever people like me, who talk loudly in restaurants, see this as a deliberate ambiguity, a plea for understanding in a mechanized world. The points are frozen, the beast is dead. What is the difference? What indeed is the point? The point is frozen, the beast is late out of Paddington. The point is taken. If La Fontaine's elk would spurn Tom Jones the engine must be our head, the dining car our esophagus, the guard's van our left lung, the cattle truck our shins, the first-class compartment the piece of skin at the nape of the neck and the level crossing an electric elk called Simon. The clarity is devastating. But where is the ambiguity? It's over there in a box. Shunt is saying the 8:15 from Gillingham when in reality he means the 8:13 from Gillingham. The train is the same only the time is altered. Ecce homo, ergo elk. La Fontaine knew his sister and knew her bloody well. The point is taken, the beast is moulting, the fluff gets up your nose. The illusion is complete; it is reality, the reality is illusion and the ambiguity is the only truth. But is the truth, as Hitchcock observes, in the box? No there isn't room, the ambiguity has put on weight. The point is taken, the elk is dead, the beast stops at Swindon, Chabrol stops at nothing, I'm having treatment and La Fontaine can get knotted.
** John Cleese introduces one audio segment with '...and several butcher's aprons.'
** "...with a large piece of wet paper. Turn the paper over - turn the paper over keeping your eye on the camel, and paste down the edge of the sailor's uniform, until the word 'Maudling' is almost totally obscured. Well, that's one way of doing it."
** In the "Expedition to Lake Pahoe" sketch, the BBC interviewer starts talking like a pirate, until he's shot with a tranquilizer dart. He's then replaced by another interviewer, who apologizes for his collegue's behavior:
--->'''Interviewer:''' Hello. I'm sorry about my colleague's rather unconventional behaviour just now, but things haven't been too easy for him recently, trouble at home, rather confidential so I can't give you all the details... interesting though they are... three bottles of rum with his Weetabix, and so on, anyway... apparently the girl wasn't even... anyway the activity you see behind me... it's the mother I feel sorry for. I'll start again. The activity you see behind me is part of the preparations for the new Naval Expedition to Lake Pahoe.
* ''Series/NightCourt.'' Judge Harry has left his job and begun collecting bizarre objects to organize the "ultimate prank." (He never plays it.) Averted in that, at the end, we see what he's built and can conclude what the prank must have been intended to be [[spoiler:(He was apparently planning to hang glide to the Statue of Liberty and fit it with an enormous pair of Groucho glasses)]].
* From ''Series/ItsaLiving'', we find the following description of a man one of the girls met in a bar. "He knows ten ways to kill a man with a drinking straw! Eleven if you let him keep the wrapper!"
* On an episode of ''Series/BarneyMiller'', Harris has gone undercover to make a porno. (As director, boys and girls.) At one point while the squad is watching the finished product, Inspector Luger gets a look of queasy awe and says, "I used to eat that cereal."
* In ''Series/ThirdRockFromTheSun'', Tommy manages to divert the massive hotel bill they've racked up onto George Takei's account with a laptop, a modem, the keycard to their room...and a shower cap.
* ''Series/MenBehavingBadly'', Gary is trying to get out of his impending marriage by imposing ridiculous provisos on Dorothy: "And you have to consent to any sexual act, even if it involves..." (casts about wildly) "...enormous vegetables!"
* ''Series/TheDrewCareyShow'': At the Tracy Bowl I, Drew tries to humiliate Lewis.
-->'''Drew''': I've got a plan, but I'm going to need a dead monkey, some empty liquor bottles, and a vacuum cleaner.
* ''Series/{{Frasier}}'':
** Sam Malone whispers Niles some advice on how "to really put a smile on Maris's face." Niles responds by asking where he's supposed to find whipped cream and a car battery at this hour. In another episode, Bulldog suggests a party game,
-->All right Doc, I'm going to need a blindfold, whipped cream and a glass coffee table. [everyone looks mystified] What? Nobody went to camp?
** In the episode "Daphne Does Dinner", a visual version of this occurs, as the episode opens ''in medias res'' as infuriated guests storm out at the tail end of the Crane family's bizarre, unmitigated disaster of a dinner party. Something about Tourette's syndrome, live goats, flaming kababs, and Martin pretending to be a French count — and the kicker is that this could ''totally'' be part of a real episode of ''Frasier'', so it doubles as an OffscreenMomentOfAwesome.
* In ''Series/{{Torchwood}}'':
-->'''Ianto''': If...you're interested, I've still got that stopwatch.\\
'''Jack''': (confused) ...so?\\
'''Ianto''': Well. Think about it. Lots of things you can do with a stopwatch.\\
'''Jack''': (grinning with understanding) Oh, yeah. I can think of a few.\\
'''Ianto''': There's quite a list.\\
'''Jack''': I'll send the others home early. See you in my office in ten.\\
'''Ianto''': (pulls out the stopwatch) That's ten minutes and counting.
** Jack and Ianto seem to do this a lot. In Day Three, Gwen mentions that she took home the video contact lenses for "a bit of fun" with Rhys. Apparently Jack and Ianto have had the same idea.
-->'''Ianto''': Yeah, well, been there, done that. It is fun.
* In Creator/StephenColbert's Christmas Special, after a long (and [[ClusterBleepBomb entirely bleeped out]]) explanation of what Jews use mistletoe for, [[Series/TheDailyShow Jon Stewart]] ends: "with a lambshank!"
** He got back into the act on his show. While speaking about the changing of 90-year-old Canadian magazine ''The Beaver''[='=]s name to ''Canada's History'' because the magazine's title was getting blocked by on-line porn filters, Colbert mentioned that the Canadians must not know that in America, the term "Canada's History" is a euphemism for [[NoodleIncident a sex act so depraved he couldn't describe it on television]]. He could only mention that it involved [[CanadaEh moose antlers, a jug of maple syrup, and the Stanley Cup.]]
** And again on ''Series/TheDailyShow''. When Jon Stewart and John Oliver are discussing torture, at one point John Oliver pulls a turkey baster out of his pocket and suggests that Jon "use it on him." We never find out exactly what he means by that, although we can guess...
* In an episode of ''Series/{{NCIS}}'', the team needs to question a pair of teens, but Gibbs refuses to use actual interrogation techniques. Tony picks up the phone and tells the "person" on the other end that he needs to requisition a pair of "genital cuffs", pausing briefly to ask the teens if they have any family history of testicular cancer. When he leaves, the teens spend some time trying to figure out if genital cuffs really exist, and what their specific uses could be--and their fear leads them to reveal the information the team is looking for, right in the range of Tony's off-the-hook phone.
* ''Series/{{Andromeda}}'': The opening quotes of an episode described a variety of bizarre implements as follows: "Requested: One Mark V ECM unit, 1000 km of Fullerene cable, one low-yield nuclear warhead. Purpose: Surprise party for foreign dignitary. --Argosy Special Operations requisition form, CY 9512"
* In an episode of ''Series/TheMuppetShow'', Gonzo the Great volunteers to perform his new act in front of a hostile audience. All he needs is a typewriter. When Kermit the Frog tells him they don't have a typewriter, Gonzo says, "Then I'll use a cow!" Unfortunately Gonzo is pelted with rotten vegetables and booed off the stage before the details of the act are revealed. Other implements shown on stage before the curtain fell included a trampoline and a flaming hoop.
* ''Series/HowIMetYourMother'':
** Textbook example when Victoria tells her most embarrassing story which involves, "a game of truth or dare, a squeeze bottle of marshmallow ice cream topping, and the hot tub at my grandparents' retirement home." Ted then freezes the image telling his kids the story is too inappropriate to tell them, but it wasn't that great. [[GilliganCut Cut to Marshall saying]], "That is the greatest story ever!"
** Another case is where Robin tells the others about a Canadian sex act called the Old King Clancy, which includes a bottle of maple syrup.
** The game Barney plays in Atlantic City might qualify. No one except Marshall can figure out how it's played, but it includes, Mah Jongg tiles, a wheel, bikini clad women, poker chips, cards, dice, and a jelly bean.
** Marshgammon.
--> ''Barney'': Oh look, Ted landed in the chocolate swamps, that's ten points for me.
--> ''Marshall'': Finally!
* Tom Bergeron, when he hosted ''Series/AmericasFunniestHomeVideos'', he talked about how he wasn't able to swear on the show. He then launched into a bleeped-out rant that ended with him saying "and some SHEEP!"
* In an episode of ''Series/SabrinaTheTeenageWitch'', Hilda and Zelda are preparing a surprise party for Salem and decide to cast a spell [[BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor to see his "ideal party"]]. The spell transports them to Ancient Rome right in front of [[TheCaligula Caligula]]...
-->'''Caligula''': ''[to a servant]'' Get these women some fig leaves. ''[grinning sleazily at Hilda and Zelda]'' I'm going to show them the secret handshake.\\
'''Zelda''': ''I've seen enough!'' ''[hastily teleports them back]''
* In an episode of ''Series/{{Skins}}'':
--> '''Chris:''' Everything you could ever want from an evening. Songs, choir girls, colourful costumes, fellatio, rabbits...\\
'''Maxxie:''' Rabbits?\\
'''Chris:''' Don't ask man.
* The reason behind the Creator/FoodNetwork's "last man standing" show ''Series/{{Chopped}}''. What dish would you make in 30 minutes that incorporates bone-in pork loin, watercress, taro root, and a melon?
* ''Series/BeakmansWorld:'' One mysterious experiment calls for a bowling ball, a chainsaw, a Macintosh apple, and a picture of Raymond Burr in short pants sitting on vinyl furniture. Then Lester interrupts to ask if he can make an experiment of his own.
* From the Bolivia Special episode for Series/TopGear (subverted, in that they used nearly everything):
--> '''Richard:''' [Voiceover] Finally, we were all off the ramp, and as a reward, the producers gave us a box of things to help us survive the perils that lay ahead.
--> '''Jeremy:''' [Going through box] ...Some rubber tubing... Durex...
--> '''Richard:''' Condoms?!
--> '''Jeremy:''' Vaseline... Tampax... and er... Viagra.
--> '''James:''' I know we're going to be in the jungle a bit together but, that's a bit extreme.
--> '''Richard:''' What kind of party are they planning?
* ''Series/{{House}}'':
** The episode "House Divided":
--> '''Wilson:''' Every time I go to one of your parties, I end up embarrassing myself in some new and unexpected way.\\
'''House:''' That whole thing with the duck was hardly unexpected.
** And "House Training" brings us the following gem (Cuddy and Wilson at a rather weird art exhibition):
-->'''Cuddy''': That is such a bad idea... There is no way that won't cause damage to the large intestine.\\
'''Wilson''': Are you keeping us here to torture me? ''(Leaning forward.)'' Is that a - bicycle pump?
** An episode focusing on Wilson gives only brief glimpses into the patient of the week; House's completely unexplained first theory revolved around the fact that his patient was a tennis pro.
* As announced on ''Series/{{Argumental}}'' one of John Sessions sexual fantasies involves Liza Minnelli, a crossbow and an alsatian.
* ''Series/WhoseLineIsItAnyway'':
** Played with in the Party Quirks game. Collin Mochrie plays an overly dramatic private investigator finding ridiculous clues to a murder.
--> '''Colin''': What we have here is a pickle.. A piece of thread... And a Don Ho album.\\
'''Chip''': [[ComicallyMissingThePoint You're MacGyver!]]
** Another game, Scenes From A Hat, had the topic "Unusual things for a neighbour to ask to borrow".
-->'''Colin''': Hi, I need some monkey testicles and a cola.
* ''Series/BurnNotice'':
** Michael Westen is an expert at turning collections of ordinary items into implements of doom, including [[DuctTapeForEverything the old standby]].
--> '''Michael:''' Guns make you stupid; better to fight your wars with duct tape. Duct tape makes you smart.
** Averted in this case, because we see exactly what he uses the duct tape for.
* In a story presented on Weekend Update of the 30 January 2010 episode of ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'', a Roman Catholic priest in Illinois was arrested for attempting to shoplift some butter and a sofa cover from a Wal-Mart. The joke was, "It's unfortunate that they didn't follow him home so they could at least find out what part 2 of that plan was."
* One of the more memorable editions of ''Series/ToCatchAPredator'' involved a man who requested his prey to have a cat and cool whip when he came. We never do find out what he was going to do with this.
* ''Series/{{Titus}}'': "Look in your medicine cabinet. If it can fit in your ear, my mom can kill you with it. Except a wet-nap, you know, with a wet-nap she can only ''maim you''."
* On Channel 4's ''Alternative Election Night'' (on the night of the 2010 UK election) Jimmy Carr noted that he's not allowed to say what he ''really'' thinks of the election candidates until after the results are in. We then see a message of what he'd supposedly like to say to Nick Griffin, in which every word is censored except 'car park' and 'tethered to an alligator'.
* In episode 2.02 of ''Series/WhiteCollar'', "Need to Know", in which FBI Special Agent Peter Burke and Mozzie, a criminal, have three hours to retrieve $10,000 hidden by their mutual friend Neal Caffrey:
-->'''Mozz:''' But first, some ground rules. I want full immunity about anything you may see or hear tonight.\\
'''Peter:''' Let's just say I'll owe you one.\\
'''Mozzie:''' I accept your counter-offer. I need your shoelace.\\
'''Peter:''' My shoelaces are going to get us the ten thousand dollars.\\
'''Mozzie:''' Rule number two: no further questions.\\
'''Peter:''' [''as he unlaces one shoe and gives Mozz the shoelace''] I'm doing this more out of a morbid curiosity than anything else.\\
'''Mozzie:''' I'll also need a magnet and a ''Sports Illustrated.''\\
'''Peter:''' This is a scavenger hunt now?\\
'''Mozzie:''' I refer you to rule number two.\\
'''Peter:''' Magnet...No ''Sports Illustrated,'' I've got the ''New York Journal'' magazine supplement.\\
'''Mozzie:''' "That'll do, pig. That'll do." Oh, I also need a twenty-dollar bill. [''Peter gives him a twenty''] Great, thanks. [''Mozzie uses the magnet and shoelace to retrieve a hidden key''] Just a key, yes. Another piece of the puzzle. And don't forget, a hammer, a crowbar, and a radio.\\
'''Peter:''' Scavenger hunt!\\
'''Mozzie:''' "Life is more manageable when thought of as a scavenger hunt as opposed to a surprise party."\\
'''Peter:''' Jimmy Buffett.\\
'''Mozzie:''' Right.
** Partially subverted in that Mozzie eventually uses most of the items on camera; however, while we hear him wield the hammer and crowbar we can't see what he smashes, so we don't know exactly why he's in such a hurry to leave afterward.
--> "There are many things of which a wise man might wish to be ignorant."
* In ''Series/{{Psych}}'', Shawn Spencer's plan to deal with hostile reptilian aliens requires a Speak-N-Spell and seven pounds of mashed potatoes. The items are actually references to two famous Steven Spielberg movies about aliens - ''Film/ETTheExtraTerrestrial'' and ''Film/CloseEncountersOfTheThirdKind''.
* In the second season of ''Series/{{Chuck}}'', Morgan is trying to get his girlfriend to not want to move in with him, enlisting the aid of [[ThoseTwoGuys Jeff and Lester]] to repulse her with weird hobbies and odd demands. It doesn't work, leaving them to wonder if perhaps Anna is Unrepulsable. Jeff insists that he can repulse ANY woman.
--> '''Jeff:''' No, sir, not on my watch.
--> '''Morgan:''' What are you suggesting?
--> '''Jeff:''' You're going to need a quart of peanut oil, some bubble wrap, and as much yarn as you can find.
* In ''Series/ABitOfFryAndLaurie'', this is combined with InMyLanguageThatSoundsLike: the interpreter says he could demonstrate what "after-sale service" meant in his language, "if I had a goat, and four pairs of marigold washing-up gloves, a very short billiard cue, and a local radio weatherman. --But that would only ''hint'' at what the word means."
* ''Series/DoctorWho'':
** In "The Impossible Astronaut" the Doctor asks for "A SWAT team ready to mobilize, street-level maps covering all of Florida, a pot of coffee, twelve Jammy Dodgers, and a fez." He's sitting in the Oval Office while saying this.
** In the following episode, "Day of the Moon", he states that his secret weapon is Neil Armstrong's foot.
** At the end of "Blink", as the Doctor is dashing out, he says that things are happening,
-->"Things Happening. Well... four things. Well... four things and a lizard."
** One of the Fourth Doctor's stock quirks is that he'd have pockets full of seemingly useless items, often toys, that he would be taking around with him for some apparently unknown purpose. Whenever he went into his pockets to get something he'd [[RummageFail end up dredging up various knicknacks as well]].
* ''Radio/RoyalCanadianAirFarce'':
-->'''UsefulNotes/BarackObama''': Larry, I admit my greatest moral failure in high school was using marijuana, cocaine and alcohol. But there's no truth to the rumor I went to the sophomore toga party with a duck and a can of Crisco.
* ''Series/TheAddamsFamily'': You're never entirely sure how Pugsley manages to get money out of a living piggy bank.
* Col. Flagg from ''Series/{{Mash}}'' was infamous for this. In the midst of preparing for a manhunt, he gives Radar the following instructions:
-->'''Col. Flagg:''' And, uh, round up a box of scorpions. About a dozen.
-->'''Radar:''' You mean, uh, "scorpions" scorpions?
-->'''Col. Flagg:''' Big ones.
-->'''Hawkeye:''' What the hell are you gonna do with a box of scorpions?
-->'''Col. Flagg:''' It's personal. Gift for a friend.
-->...
-->'''Col. Flagg:''' If you can't find scorpions... get two snakes and a rat.
* In ''Series/GameOfThrones'', while "confessing" his "crimes", [[DepravedDwarf Tyrion Lannister]] starts confessing one incident, but is cut off before he can give more than the noodle implements.
-->'''Tyrion:''' I once brought a jackass and a honeycomb into a brothel--
-->'''Lady Lyssa:''' SILENCE!
-->'''Robin:''' What happened next?
* In ''Series/PairOfKings'', Brady and Boomer are trying to prevent the dark side from reaching Zadoc (a stone statue) which will allow him to back to life. Leading to this exchange:
-->'''Brady:''' Since the dark side has moved 2 feet, we're gonna buy this island some time and move Zadoc back 4 feet.
-->'''Boomer:''' Impossible! We'll need like 20 yards, a thick rope, an intricate pully system, and at least several strong men.
-->'''Brady:''' I got 2 skateboards and a stick of butter.
-->'''Boomer:''' That'll work too.
* In ''Series/TheYoungOnes'' episode "Bomb" three things Vyvyan needs to use to dispatch the bomb are "the drill, the hedge trimmers, and some ordinary household bleach."
* ''Series/ICarly'': In "iWant My Website Back", Mandy's plan involves three zebras. She doesn't get to the rest of her list, because Sam immediately cuts her off.
* ''Series/MockTheWeek'' has a game called "If This Is The Answer, What Is The Question?" (rather like ''Series/{{Jeopardy}}''). Sometimes the words given seem to make up a set of noodle implements, and the panelists have great fun with this trope by suggesting what the items might be used for, with varying degrees of detail and/or {{Squick}}.
* ''Series/{{Wings}}'': Roy finds the subject of one's parents having sex distasteful:
-->'''Roy:''' Look, my mother was a saint. My father was a pillar of the community. The last thing I want to do is imagine mom wrapped in cellophane and dad wearing tights and a miner's helmet. I didn't wake up and ask for a drink of water again for 25 years.
* A ''Series/{{Seinfeld}}'' episode had Jerry upset because Puddy had started using his "move", which, being a sexual move, wasn't elaborated on, except for the substitution of a pinch for a (clockwise) swirl.
* On ''Series/{{Suits}}'', Harvey and Donna have a pre-trial ritual that involves a can opener and an exorbitant number of thumbtacks. Apparently three dozen is a record.
* ''Series/BabylonFive'':
** When Vir is making arrangements for the arrival of his employer's lover, TheLongList of the ordered items includes some clothes for her as well as other... things. Vir is too embarrassed to say them aloud, but apparently they come with garters.
** There was also the episode in which Ivanova has to cement a treaty with an alien race by having sex. [[ItMakesSenseInContext She cons him by performing a wacky dance]]. After the ambassador leaves, she receives a small package with the note "Next time, my way." Inside the package? A plastic cone with small lengths of chain hanging from the rim.
* ''Series/MamasFamily'': After getting an obscene phone call, Naomi tries to explain what the caller said, while leaving out the naughty bits. "My... your.. ice cubes... all night long."
* In the opening of one episode of ''Series/PardonTheInterruption'', Wilbon asks Kornheiser if he's ever had a big night in Wisconsin. Kornheiser replies that, yes, he has. It involved six badgers, a cheese wheel, and Jermichael Finley.
* ''Series/{{Elementary}}'':
** Watson's apartment-sitter uses her place to film a low-budget porno. Aside from mentions of her couch needing to be taken into a back alley and shot, in one scene the man inexplicably grabs a spatula and "violates" it shortly after.
** In a flashback in the episode "The One That Got Away", Sherlock asks Kitty to come by his place at noon the next day with a ladder and some goggles. In context it's obvious that these are for her detective training, but it's unclear exactly what skills he plans to teach her.
** In the season 5 episode "Over a Barrel", Sherlock mentions helping NSA Agent [=McNally=] "untangle a rather ugly incident involving a Belgian, the Dalai Lama and a stolen wheel of priceless cheese".
* In ''Series/LALaw'', nebbish (but rich and very kind) attorney Stewart Markowitz is consulting with an equally nebbish client who has left a number of gorgeous women very satisfied. He tells Stewart his secret--the Venus Butterfly maneuver. We don't get the details, but later, Stewart uses it very successfully on his true love, tall, gorgeous Ann Kelsey. When Ann shyly asks about another round, Stewart says, "We'll need to order up more champagne."
* In an episode of ''Series/LoisAndClark'', Clark Kent, Lex Luthor, and several others are being held hostage by terrorists. Lex is bleeding to death from an earlier gunshot wound, so Clark begins shouting out ingredients for a medecine. [[BavarianFireDrill While the others are distracted rounding up such ingredients as oranges and chewing gum]], Clark is able to use his [[EyeBeams heat vision]] to cauterize Lex's wound without revealing his SecretIdentity. Then when the "medicine" is applied, sure enough, the wound is healed.
* Parodied for laughs in the first episode of ''Series/TheITCrowd''.
--> '''Jen:''' What would you say if I told you I could raise your reputation upstairs 500%?
--> '''Moss:''' Impossible! It can't be done!
--> '''Jen:''' [dramatically] I'm going to need some felt tip markets... and some paper.
--> *cue frustrated montage sequence ending in a poster for a party*
* ''Elvira's Midnight Madness'': After watching the Movie ''She Demons'', Elvira gets into this "argument" with Irish McCalla on how McCalla got the lead role over her:
--> '''Elvira:''' What I'd like to know is, what did he get from you that he didn't get from me?
--> '''McCalla:''' He got what he wanted.
--> '''Elvira:''' Ooh, really?! With the Doberman and the Saran Wrap???
* In ''Series/{{Warehouse 13}}'' Claudia is bothered that her bosses have a list of ways to kill her if she turns evil. She ends up giving Artie her preferred method of death and all we hear is that it involves Music/DavidBowie.
** In the episode ''Merge With Caution'' Artie handcuffs Claudia to an oven door handle and the following dialogue occurs when he turns to leave.
--> '''Claudia:''' You know, the keys are over there.
--> '''Artie:''' From here I can count eight ways that you can escape.
--> '''Claudia:''' Okay, look, I'm really sorry...
--> '''Artie:''' Oh, a spatula, make that nine.
--> [Artie leaves and Claudia futilely tries hitting the handcuffs with the spatula while saying "open"]
* Towards the end of the third episode of ''Series/{{Hustle}}'', Danny has this gem in the form of a proposal for his "great new idea" (presumably for a con):
--> '''Danny:''' Right, clear your minds, picture this: We've got half of a cow, a small Shetland pony, and some embalming--
--> '''Mickey:''' Tell me later
* In ''Series/{{Gotham}}'', Bullock once went undercover at the Foxglove sex club, and was mildly disturbed by what he was seeing. Then on stage came out the main attraction, we hear the sounds of a woman, a man, a whip, a chainsaw, and [[BestialityIsDepraved a pig]]... And Bullock reacts:
-->'''Bullock:''' ''(voice cracking)'' GCPD! Nobody move! (points at the stage) Especially you two!
* Called back several times in the second-season Christmas-themed episode of ''Series/HappyEndings'', "Grinches Be Crazy".
--> '''Brad:''' ''(About giving their housekeeper her Christmas bonus)'' Seriously, babe, we gotta give her at least $300. I mean... she knows about ''the drawer''.
--> '''Jane:''' Okay, $200, but anything more than that, she's gonna feel uncomfortable.
--> '''Brad:''' Well, I think discovering that drawer is what made her uncomfortable.

--> ''(When Jane tries to get back the $2000 she gave the housekeeper instead of $200)''
--> '''Brad:''' ''Please'' tell me you got the money back for our trip.
--> '''Jane:''' I couldn't do it. She had nieces-- ''singing'' nieces.
--> '''Nieces:''' ''(singing)'' Hark the Kerkovich-Williams angels sing, glory to the bonus they bring. Generous right to the core, forgiven for their sinful drawer.

--> '''Brad:''' Alright, I'm gonna get the money back from Gita, and you're gonna go to the drawer and think of ways to make this up to me.
--> '''Jane:''' ''(excited whisper)'' I have so many ideas.

--> '''Gita:''' Oh, my Christmas angels! Mr. Max just leave for his Santa job. Uh, between you and me, I don't think he should be Santa. He has ''many'' drawers. Sinful drawers.
* On ''Series/TheBlacklist'', Reddington's TortureTechnician Brimley tends to bring some odd objects into his interrogations, without them ever being shown in use. But the crowner is definitely the episode "Lady Ambrosia", where he emerges from the room escorting a ''live llama'' that he was apparently putting to use.
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* ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'':
** ''Discworld/TheTruth'' spoofs seven shades of green out of ''Film/PulpFiction''.
--->''..."An' then... then I'm gonna get ''medieval'' on his arse."''\\
''There were more pressing problems, but this one intrigued Mr Pin.''\\
''"How, exactly?" he said.''\\
''"I thought maybe a maypole," said Mr Tulip reflectively. "An' then a display of country dancing, land tillage under the three-field system, several plagues and, if my --ing hand ain't too tired, the invention of the --ing horse collar."''\\
''"Sounds good," said Mr Pin.''
** Pratchett had a lot of fun with this one in ''Discworld/TheScienceOfDiscworld II: The Globe'' (Although it's possible to figure out what they were going to do with the items). In order to make sure Creator/WilliamShakespeare gets born and can write his plays (long story), the wizards need (at different points): "a length of string, a leather ball of some kind, and a large bunch of flowers." (Problem: Shakespeare's parents failed to meet); "the probable date of conception, a stepladder, and a gallon of black paint." (This one is passable if obscure, as in Yorkshire, painting the ceiling black in the kitchen is a folk remedy to ensure a male child.); "some strong disinfectant"... "and a lot of carbolic soap." (Problem: Shakespeare died of a childhood illness); "some drab clothing, a dark lantern and a very large cosh." (Problem: Shakespeare is killed by a gameskeeper while poaching)
** From ''Discworld/WyrdSisters'', is the [[FootnoteFever terrible fate]] of King Murune of Lancre (709-745). Involving a [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edward_II_of_England#Death red hot poker]], [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henry_I_of_England#Death_and_legacy ten pounds of live eels]], [[UsefulNotes/RasputinTheMadMonk a three mile stretch of frozen river]], [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Plantagenet,_1st_Duke_of_Clarence#Death a butt of wine]], a couple of tulip bulbs, [[{{Hamlet}} a number of poisoned eardrops]], an oyster and a large man with a mallet. King Murune didn't make friends easily.
** And then we have The Ginger Beer Trick, a surprisingly minimalist example of this trope which nonetheless manages to {{squick}} characters and readers (in part) by never revealing the ''particular'' orifice involved. [[spoiler:Word on alt.fan.pratchett is that it's your nostrils that get fizzed (true, and reportedly used in both Mexico and Colombia)]] but that's unnecessary knowledge for the gags.
** Leonard of Quirm is described as having 'accidentally blown up the Alchemists' Guild using nothing more than a glass of water, a spoonful of acid, two lengths of wire, and a ping-pong ball.' (''Discworld/{{Jingo}}'') Which sounds like he figured out a battery using acid and two different types of wire and electrolysised the water into hydrogen and oxygen. And then blew it up (old-style ping-pong balls were made with nitrocellulose, which, after ground, is a common component in modern explosives). Most of Pratchett's Noodle Implements are actually references to real things.
** From ''Discworld/LordsAndLadies'': "There are no delusions for the dead. Dying is like waking up after a really good party, when you have one or two seconds of innocent freedom before you recollect all the things you did last night which seemed so logical and hilarious at the time, and then you remember the really amazing thing you did with a lampshade and two balloons, which had them in stitches, and now you realize you're going to have to look a lot of people in the eye today and you're sober now and so are they but you can both remember."
** There's the joke in ''Discworld/CarpeJugulum'' about "the old woman, the priest and the rhinoceros", which even Nanny Ogg didn't understand until she was forty. Probably a reference to the joke about the priest, the nun, and the camel. Stranded in the desert.
---> '''Punchline''': [[spoiler: Then stick it in the camel and let's get the hell out of here!]]
** The Rite of Ashk'Ente. All we know is that it's a way to summon Death, involving three small sticks and 4ccs of mouse blood (or two sticks and a fresh egg). This one was actually ''shown'' in ''Discworld II: Missing, Presumed...?!'' PC adventure game. Let's just say it's... somewhat less epic than one could judge from the description. (It's a bit more so in the AnimatedAdaptation of ''Discworld/SoulMusic'', but again the whole joke is that you can cast it ''without'' all the paraphernalia of an epic summoning spell.) While the purpose of the sticks is unclear, the mouse blood or fresh egg are most likely required because something living needs to perish if you want Death to come for a visit. The minimalistic amounts of the living substance just indicates what is the bare minimum that counts for "life".
** Then there are those rumors about the manufacture of [[GargleBlaster scumble]], which is made ''mainly'' from apples, but is also alleged to make use of: rats, snake heads, lead shot, a dead sheep, and/or a trouser button. Subverted in that these Noodle Implements are a complete fabrication, although the rumor about the dead soldier isn't.
** Played with in the Tiffany Aching sub-series, with the required components of making a shamble. String and something alive (an egg, a beetle, etc) are always required; beyond that, a witch should throw one together out of whatever odds and ends she's got in her pockets. It's remarkable how often witches find that, ''purely by coincidence'', they happen to be carrying a small living thing and some string in their pockets when they need to build one. Oddly, the ''most'' powerful witches can't make them at all.
* In Agatea, there's that thing they do with a wire waistcoat and a cheesegrater. You ''really'' don't want to know what they do with a bespoke wire waistcoat and a cheesegrater. (In China it was, maybe even still is, a serious form of torture.)
* The thing they do with the cheesegrater and the wire waistcoat is graphically described in Creator/GeorgeMacDonaldFraser's ''Flashman and the Dragon'', in which Literature/{{Flashman}} is given the second degree in a despotic mandarin's torture chamber.[[note]]Creator/TerryPratchett explicitly said [=MacDonald Fraser=] is one of his very favourite authors. The [=NacMacFeegle=] owe a lot to the Gordon Highlanders in the [=McAuslan=] books, for instance.[[/note]]
* Invoked in the ''[[Literature/TheWheelOfTime Wheel of Time]]'' series. Juilin Sandar asks for a basket of figs and a pair of mice when questioning someone, {{squick}}ing not only the subject but his allies. The subject quickly starts singing like a canary. When asked, Sandar admits he has no idea what he'd do with the items, either - he was simply counting on the subject's own imagination coming up with something horrible enough to get her talking. He does it again asking for salt and cooking oil.
** A fair number of Elayne's curse words work like this. We're informed that they're particularly vile, but as Elayne doesn't know what they mean the reader is never informed. For example, Mother's milk in a cup and Bloody buttered onions.
* ''Literature/TheHitchhikersGuideToTheGalaxy''
** In ''Literature/TheRestaurantAtTheEndOfTheUniverse'', Zaphod Beeblebrox is the son of Zaphod Beeblebrox the Second, who is the son of Zaphod Beeblebrox the Third, and so on, due to an "accident with a prophylactic and a time machine." In ''Life, the Universe, and Everything'', [[WhoWantsToLiveForever bored immortal]] Wowbagger the Infinitely Prolonged was granted his immortality in a [[FreakLabAccident Freak Office Accident]] involving "a liquid lunch, a particle accelerator, and a pair of rubber bands."
** The latter is explained in ''Literature/AndAnotherThing''. He was working through lunch, and flicked a few rubber bands into an inactive particle accelerator. He tried to get them out, someone turned on the accelerator, whammo, instant immortality. Effectively the same thing that happened to [[ComicBook/{{Watchmen}} Dr. Manhattan]].
* Another novel by Creator/DouglasAdams, ''Literature/TheLongDarkTeaTimeOfTheSoul'', includes a reference to a horror writer who habitually orders a dozen live chickens to his hotel room, where they are never seen again. Towards the end of the book, however, one character reveals [[spoiler: they know someone who had the job of smuggling them straight out again]].
* Atticus from the Literature/IronDruidChronicles apparently knows how to use granny panties and a bag of marshmallows to inflict a horrible punishment.
* In the comical Scifi novel ''Literature/IllegalAliens'' by Nick Pollotta and Creator/PhilFoglio:
--> "As Einda casually wandered towards the bar, she passed by a hairy blue male sitting alone at a four-person table and playing with a piece of string and a small fruit, which explained why he was sitting alone in a crowded bar. Nobody smart bothered an assassin."
* ''Literature/AManInFull'' by Tom Wolfe has a sex scene in which the characters do "that thing with the cup". Wolfe has admitted that he himself has no idea what they're doing.
* ''Salamandastron'' in the ''Literature/{{Redwall}}'' series; Samkim, Arula and Spriggat loudly discuss Arula's supposed talents of information extraction in front of a captured rat; "On me oath I 'opes never to see that done to a living creature again, 'specially the bit with the three squashed frogs an' those maggoty apples..." Especially funny since Arula is a prepubescent and harmless-seeming country bumpkin girl, yet the rat believes them.
* Creator/ArthurConanDoyle played with this sometimes, making Dr. Watson (or Literature/SherlockHolmes himself) mention in passing a few outlandish details of some "off-screen" case. Most memorable one is probably from ''The Adventure of the Veiled Lodger'': "The source of these outrages is known, and if they are repeated I have Mr. Holmes's authority for saying that the whole story concerning the politician, the lighthouse, and the trained cormorant will be given to the public."
** Or, from ''The Adventure of the Sussex Vampire'':
--->'''Holmes:''' ''Matilda Briggs'' was not the name of a young woman, Watson...it was a ship which is associated with the giant rat of Sumatra, a story for which the world is not yet prepared.
*** Sophia ''Matilda Briggs'' was the daughter of Benjamin Briggs, captain of the famous ''MaryCeleste''. Conan Doyle was deeply interested in that story and even wrote a fictional account of it, ''J. Habakuk Jephson's Statement''.
*** Creator/TheFiresignTheatre, a comedy troupe, did an album inspired by this, entitled ''The Tale of the Giant Rat of Sumatra'' starring Mr. Hemlock Stones, The Great Defective.
* Played with in Creator/RobertRankin's book ''Sprout Mask Replica'': The protagonist narrator and the love interest are in a hotel room, and she says if he orders a bottle of Tabasco sauce and some ice cubes she'll show him something amazing. The narrator recognises this trope, and suggests leaving it there, before pointing out that he has no clue what sexy thing could be done with them. Then they put the sauce on their sandwiches and the ice in their drinks and she shows him something amazing: a mint-edition copy of # 1 of Starburst magazine, complete with free gift.
* The novelization of the ''Film/IronMan'' movie has Tony, held captive by the terrorists and required to build them a missile, demanding a long list of missile-building things that ends in a washing machine. He tells Yinsen that they'll be confused enough by the washing machine that they won't wonder too much about the other things.
* Happens in the ''Literature/XWingSeries'' novel ''Starfighters of Adumar''.
-->'''Wedge''': We'll need a wheeled transport, one of the flatcam units our pursuers are carrying, and four sets of women's clothing.\\
'''Hobbie''': Boss, please tell me you're not putting us in women's clothing.\\
'''Wedge''': [[BlatantLies Very well. I'm not putting us in]] [[{{Crossdresser}} women's clothing]].\\
[[GilliganCut The Next Chapter]]\\
'''Hobbie''': You lied to me.
** Those are only temporarily Noodle Implements; Wedge has [[UnspokenPlanGuarantee a plan]], which we do see in enough detail to figure out his scheme: [[spoiler: use the flatcam to film themselves "killing" an innocent cam-wielding civilian, i.e. a chunk of brick on Hobbie's other shoulder, so that the crowd leaves the four "women" alone.]]
** There's also the notorious [[http://img243.imageshack.us/img243/7309/swrsmr413.jpg lanvarok]]. All the books mention is that it's a weapon, it's built by the Sith, and it's a distinct advantage to be left-handed when using it. [[{{Squick}} Draw your own conclusions]].
*** Other ExpandedUniverse sources did tell us what it is. It is... a wrist-mounted device that throws up to a dozen razor-edged metal disks in an unpredictable pattern. ... [[DontExplaintheJoke oh well.]]
** Another Star Wars novel has a list that is almost immediately explained, but definitely falls into this trope during the setup.
-->'''Voort:''' We'll need... one smallish hydraulic metal press, not traceable to us, transportable in our speeder. Six to eight addresses of abandoned homes in low-rent districts. Six to eight comlinks with unregistered ownership, disposable, to make calls to the military police on. A second pseudo-safe house a lot like this one, again not traceable to us. Spray paints in assorted colors. Disguises for you and Trey. And, if we can, sound recordings of Kowakian monkey-lizards in a state of rage.\\
'''Trey:''' I think I'm going to like this job.
* ''Literature/ASeriesOfUnfortunateEvents'':
** Violet is commonly stated as trying to invent things with specific noodle implements. Often, she does. For example, making a machine for making staples that uses: a potato, a fork, shoes with clappers on them, and several crabs that live in their room. The "machine" consisted of them using the shoes to herd the crabs, the potato, that looked kind of like a toe, which they snapped at a lot, to get them to snap at it, quickly switching it with the metal wire they're making the staples out of to cut them, and the fork to bend them.
** In Lemony Snicket's autobiography it's established that VFD members are equipped with a standard Noodle Implement ''disguise kit''. (One photograph purports to show a young woman convincingly disguised as a 1950s-model pickup truck.)
** In place of a summary on the back of the book, any of these books will typically have a letter to the reader that explains the setting, provides a typical SnicketWarningLabel, and lists many a few of the tragedies and horrors (read: random things) that will befall the characters, ending with a case of ArsonMurderAndJaywalking. For instance: "Truth be told, within the chapters that make up this dreadful story, the children will face snapping crabs, strict punishments, dripping fungus, comprehensive exams, violin recitals, S.O.R.E., and the metric system." These things always eventually show up in the story, but at first reading, the blurb seems like nothing more than a list of Noodle Implements.
* The novel ''Tomorrow When the War Began'' by John Marsden has Elli ask for petrol, a cigarette lighter or matches, a chisel, and a hammer, without explaining to her friends that they are to turn a ride-on mower into a bomb. Later, she realises she doesn't need the chisel and hammer, and that they could have been dangerous.
* In ''[[ComicStrip/{{Dilbert}} The Joy of Work]]'', the author suggests a method of avoiding work by invoking this method. Simply carry a pair of unrelated objects (such as a flashlight and an oil funnel) with you and walk in a hurry through the office. If anyone asks what they're for, quickly say "[[YouDoNOTWantToKnow You don't want to know]]" and walk off.
* ''Creator/DaveBarry's Guide to Marriage and/or Sex'':
-->'''Q.''' Listen, I, ummm, I have this kind of weird sexual hangup, which is that I, ummmmm... this is ''very'' embarrassing...\\
'''A.''' Go ahead! Say it! Don't be ashamed! That's what we're here for! To help!\\
'''Q.''' Okay, but I want to whisper it. (whisper whisper whisper)\\
'''A.''' My God! Really?\\
'''Q.''' Um, yes.\\
'''A.''' The Joint Chiefs of Staff?\\
'''Q.''' Well, yes.\\
'''A.''' How do you get the hamsters into the accordion?
** Also from Dave's columns; "how to have some real "old-fashioned" Halloween fun! Start by gathering these materials: a commercial air compressor, an acetylene torch, a marine flare gun and 200 pounds of boiled pig brains. Next, select a neighbor who ..."
* ''[[Literature/HeraldsOfValdemar The Silver Gryphon]]'' has one of the main characters suggesting that a monster threatening her partner can "do several highly improbable, athletically difficult, and possibly biologically impractical things involving its own mother, a few household implements, and a dead fish."
* Creator/EdwardGorey wrote what must be the apogee of this trope, an illustrated short story called ''The Curious Sofa: a pornographic work'', in which, depending on your point of view, absolutely nothing out of the ordinary happens until the very end, or a group of people spend the most perverted week imaginable. "Colonel Gilbert and his wife, Louise, came in after dinner; both of them had wooden legs, with which they could do all sort of entertaining tricks." "They called up to Alice, who, having put on an ingeniously constructed bathing slip, met them in the pool." "Later, Reginald, another remarkably well-set-up young man from the village, provided everyone with the most astonishing little device." And the ending: [[spoiler:As soon as everybody had crowded into the room, Sir Egbert fastened shut the door, and started up the machinery inside the sofa. When Alice saw what was about to happen, she began to scream uncontrollably....]].
* In the short story [[http://www.tor.com/stories/2011/08/wikihistory "Wikihistory"]] by Desmond Warzel, a character helps maintain HitlersTimeTravelExemptionAct by getting Hitler expelled from an Art Academy due to "an elaborate prank involving the Prefect, a goat, and a substantial quantity of olive oil."
** May have something to do with the Urban Legend that Hitler lost one testicle trying to pee into a goat's mouth.
* In the second book of ''Literature/TheDarkswordTrilogy'', Simkin whispers to the emperor of Merilon. The words "Contessa", "Chafing dish" and "Discovered naked" are audible to those around. The emperor surprises everyone by proving he can indeed laugh.
* ''Literature/TheHuntingOfTheSnark'' features several examples; the method of hunting a Snark, for example, involves thimbles, care, forks, hope, a railway share, smiles and soap.
** But at least what is used for what was explained once per fit from 3 to 8. Though not in details, sadly -- like how exactly you charm a snark with soap.
* From ''[[http://www.gutenberg.org/etext/29487 Forever]]'' by Creator/RobertSheckley:
--> "The ingenious way in which Dennison and his colleagues broke out of their seemingly impregnable prison, using only a steel belt buckle, a tungsten filament, three hens' eggs, and twelve chemicals that can be readily obtained from the human body, is too well known to be repeated here."
* ''Literature/HorribleHistories'' example: "Yay! Our gallant navy has captured the nasty Spaniards with only one small leaking boat, two men, one cannon, a pistol, a sharp stick and a sponge!"
** Another one (from the show), where a prehistoric human is explaining in a whisper how they built Stone Henge: "Woah! And what did you do with the jelly?"
* In the first of Creator/GKChesterton's ''Literature/FatherBrown'' stories, the priest explains how he knew master criminal Flambeau was a wrong-un: "It's that little bulge up the sleeve where you people have the spiked bracelet." The fact that none of us have ever heard of the spiked bracelet is intended to show that Father Brown's knowledge of the underworld is something special. He follows it up with what might be called Noodle Techniques: "I rather wonder you didn't stop it with the Donkey's Whistle... I couldn't have countered it even with the Spots myself; I'm not strong enough in the legs." This works because we know that criminals have picturesque names for classic scams like the Gypsy Switch (which Flambeau uses on Brown, though he doesn't call it that,) and since there really is one called the Badger Game, there might be one called the Donkey's Whistle. To make matters worse, by the time Father Brown gets to the Spots, Flambeau doesn't have a clue what he's talking about. Some things are too wicked even for him.
* The second ''Literature/{{Doom}}'' novel ends with Arlene and Fly trapped in a building with the monsters, and Arlene asks Fly to get "some duct tape from the toolbox, an armload of computer switch wiring, and the biggest goddamned boot you can find!" Sort of subverted in that the next book opens with Fly and Arlene relaxing on the beach, giving their companions [[UnreliableNarrator conflicting accounts]] of just how they used those objects to escape.
* In ''[[Literature/TheGallagherGirls Only The Good Spy Young]]'', the girls consider ways of getting into an underground, highly booby-trapped vault, and the last item on the list is as follows: "That thing Bex's parents did in Dubai with liquid nitrogen, an earthquake simulator, and a ferret." They rule out this option because they don't have a ferret.
* In ''Literature/TheLostWorld1995'', the character Jack Thorne is notorious for having pulled these on his students at the university as a form of engineering improvisation. Such assignments included constructing a chair to support a 200 pound man using only paper Q-tips and thread, pulling the answers to the final exam off the roof using only a shoebox containing licorice and toothpicks, and dropping an egg off the building and ensuring it doesn't break using only cardboard toilet paper rolls (that one famously didn't work). Eddie Carr later notes the irony when they face a similar situation making a cast for the baby Tyrannosaur, although eventually they figure it out.
* Invoked in ''Literature/TheThiefLord'', when an incident which the readers got to hear about in detail is only described as having involved "pasta and tomato paste".
* In ''Literature/ThePaleKing'', Toni is last seen hauling around a dozen bricks and ordering several feet of copper tubing. Given how mentally unbalanced she is, the results probably won't involve construction.
* According to a ''Series/BabylonFive'' ExpandedUniverse novel, part of Ranger training involves telling a funny story to the other trainees. Catherine Sakai told a story about an incident from her time attending the [=EarthForce=] academy involving a hated drill instructor, a visiting senator, an exotic dancer, a keg of beer, the academy's goat mascot, and several mistaken identities. [[NoodleIncident No further details are provided, except that her story was funnier than the teacher's]].
* CGP, a company that writes school revision guides, are known among other things for making the books more interesting by interspersing the revision work with breezy language, original thought and naff jokes (so, a bit like us). One footnote in an English Literature guide says 'Always read the question carefully. If only I'd followed that particular advice myself - there might never have been that unfortunate incident with the policeman and the chocolate orange. Still, we live and learn.'
* Inverted in ''The Maggody Militia'', when Arly grumbles about her mother's fondness for flea markets and how it's affected her past birthday presents. She's not sure ''how'', but she snarkily muses how her survival might one day depend on her having a bicycle pump, a muffin tin, and a 1984 world almanac ready to hand.
* In ''[[Literature/IronDruidChronicles Hunted]]'', Atticus and Granuaile briefly watch Japanese television, and have no idea what's going on even though the former knows Japanese. The show they were watching involved two fast-talking men wearing Muppet T-shirts and skinny jeans, a badger, shaving cream, and a baby.
* ''Literature/PaperTowns'': "I'm not sure what you're supposed to say to the checkout woman at twelve-thirty in the morning when you put thirteen pounds of catfish, Veet, the fat-daddy-size tub of Vaseline, a six-pack of Mountain Dew, a can of blue spray paint, and a dozen tulips on the conveyor belt..." [[SubvertedTrope You do find out what they're for, though]].
* An anecdote book tells about a great swashbuckling guy. The company longes to hear his adventures, but he refuses: "Ladies are present here, and these stories are not for ladies' ears!" So one guy proposes he should censor out the naughty bits. He's still squirming: "Well, in that case maybe ONE of the stories could be told, but probably the only thing what remains of it is: HA! A BOOT!"
* In ''Literature/TheLostFleet'', a plot-relevant computer virus is found in someone's...personal...files. The protagonists (some of whom are war veterans) are disgusted by the files' contents, and Geary mentions that similar files were distributed even ''a century'' ago. The tech guy who discovers the virus is ashamed to come forward, but insists that the files' owners are good people who shouldn't be punished. We never find out what the files were.
* ''Literature/JourneyToChaos'': When discussing [[spoiler: Tiza and Nolien's future wedding]], Wiol advises Eric to bring a "a hang glider, forty hardcover books and a great deal of salt" to make sure the ceremony goes smoothly.
-->''What do any of those things have to do with a wedding?''
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* In ''Toys/{{Bionicle}}'', [[KidAppealCharacter Lewa]] apparently likes to tell a very disturbing story involving three [[LittlePeople Matoran]], a [[GiantEnemyCrab Manas Crab]], and a bucket. It even managed to freak [[TheStoic Kopaka]] out![[/folder]]

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* "[[VideoGame/MetalGearSolid I need scissors!]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=68mbFvenlaQ 61!]]"
* From this very wiki's CherryTapping page: [[Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda Ganondorf]] can be defeated by: A butterfly net, an empty bottle, nuts, and a fishing pole.
* ''VideoGame/QuestForGloryIV'' has this in ''The Ultimate Joke'', a joke so funny it's guaranteed to make ''anyone'' who hears it become paralyzed with laughter on hearing it the first time (it is said to work only once). The joke is never told, the narrator (none other than John Rhys Davies) only mention that it is "...the one with the wizard ''(chuckles)'' and the farmer's daughter...''(further chuckling)'' It's a killer!" when you opt to tell the joke [[spoiler:[[CrowningMomentOfAwesome to the BigBad, so he's stuck laughing and you can kill him with a spear]]]].
* ''VideoGame/{{Dishonored}}'' mixes this trope with a bit of ''Main/ArsonMurderAndJaywalking''.
-->'''High Overseer Campbell''': Now, to business. What would you say happened last night?\\
'''General Curnow''': To be honest, I'm not even sure! My men, your Overseers, a few whores, maybe a little too much ale. One harmless prank with a runaway chicken, and ten minutes later, Treaver's Alley is a sea of blood and teeth.\\
'''High Overseer Campbell''': I almost wish I'd been there.
* ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'' uses this trope in several of the female Draenei's 'flirt' and 'silly' emotes, including one involving butter and jumper cables and another is a recipe involving 2 gnomes and 2 eggs. Unfortunately, the one asking about whether [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HQjlimIvx1M gnomes have a vibrate setting]] didn't make the final cut.
** In one scenario, you are involved with a group of Goblins trying to open a huge vault door with a powerful explosive they implrovise with the tools they have around. Most of the tools, even if not realistic, make sense (fire elemental cores, dragon egg, a battery), but we're never explained what they need the Pool Pony for. But apparently, it's "the most vital ingredient".
* From ''VideoGame/ConkersBadFurDay'':
-->'''Panther King''': Don't be too long.\\
'''Professor''': Ah...I will be as quick as I can sire.\\
'''Panther King''': Cause you know what happened last time..\\
'''Professor''': [''nervously''] Oh, he. Only too well, only too well. I vill go now.\\
'''Panther King''': [[BadBoss I don't want to have to get the duct tape out again.]]
* ''The Secret of VideoGame/MonkeyIsland'':
** The hero asks the friendly natives of the titular island about the whereabouts of his true love who has been kidnapped by a ship crewed by ghost pirates. Unfortunately, it didn't come out quite right.
-->'''Guybrush Threepwood''': I'm looking for thirty dead guys and a woman.\\
'''Meathead''': Whoah, I'm not sure what you're planning there but count us out!
** What requires a pot on a fire, wine, gunpowder, a rubber chicken with a pulley down the middle, breakfast cereals, ink, a jolly roger flag, breathmints, and some cinnamon? [[note]]Answer]]Going to Monkey Island via voodoo spell[[/note]].
** The cutscene-of-sorts in the secret room at Elaine's mansion where we don't see what's happening but the menu keeps telling us disturbing things about wax lips and a llama...
* In ''VideoGame/TalesOfMonkeyIsland'' chapter 1, Guybrush misleads a guy by musing about how he's going to get past an ancient stone door, and mutters about going to gather "Several sticks of dynamite, a rubber chicken with a pulley in the middle, and some sort of ''[[Film/GalaxyQuest rudimentary lathe]]''..."
* ''VideoGame/ZakMcKrackenAndTheAlienMindbenders'' is largely based around using utterly bizarre items (such as a crayon, a kazoo and an egg) for the purpose of saving the world from aliens.
* The materials necessary to make the custom weapons in ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 3}}'' can get like this. "Let's see... I need a crutch, a steam gauge assembly, a pressure cooker, a fission battery and about a hundred railroad spikes."
* [[https://www.youtube.com/user/ManyATrueNerd Many A True Nerd]]'s ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 3}}'' and ''VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas'' runs often include commentary on the juxtaposition of items that can't interact with one another, such as a tricycle and a harmonica in a brothel (they must accommodate some very specific requests) and a vacuum cleaner and hockey mask in Elder Lyons' briefcase ("sounds like a good weekend").
* In ''VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas'', the H&H Tools Factory has a terminal which contains an email from a man to his mistress, inviting her over for the weekend while his wife is away and suggesting she bring her rubber sheets and souvenir elephant trash can.
** In the ''Old World Blues'' expansion, during a conversation with Doctor 8 about some undefined activity, you have the option to tell him that you usually just use a can of Cram and some duct tape.
* See also the crafting into ''VideoGame/CityOfHeroes''. So you have a manila folder detailing a terrifying conspiracy ("[[WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague Who knew the true purpose of the aglet was so sinister?]]"), a gem, a [[{{Squick}} piece of flesh that is regenerating into something]], and a device that can trace the temporal origin of a given object. With these, you can make your attacks do more damage.
* What if someone made this trope into an entire ''game?'' World, meet ''VideoGame/{{Scribblenauts}}''. ''Scribblenauts,'' world.
-->"I got through that level with a chain, a FairyGodmother, a tranqulizer gun, and a baseball bat. You?"
** Also a fair description of ''VideoGame/KingdomOfLoathing''. Many of the items have a logic as to how they fit together, it's just that one wouldn't normally think to combine a skewer and a rat appendix to make a rat appendix kabob.
* The climax (ahem) of ''VideoGame/LeatherGoddessesOfPhobos'' involves handing a list of objects, one by one, to [[spoiler:your sidekick]] so he or she can build a device to save the world. The items are: A common household blender, six feet of rubber hose, a pair of cotton balls, an eighty-two degree angle, a headlight from a 1933 Ford, a white mouse, a photo of Creator/JeanHarlow (or Douglas Fairbanks), and a Cleveland phone book. Despite the game's naughty theme, the objects ''aren't'' used to build some sort of sex toy.
** In one room, the player sees a laboratory set up for experiments that are too outrageous to describe. Even if you play the game in Lewd Mode, the most you'll get told is that "it involves several feet of plastic tubing, a lot of lubricants, and a yak."
* ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls'':
** In ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIVOblivion Oblivion]]'', the required offering to begin Sheogorath's Daedric quest consists of a spool of yarn, a head of lettuce, and a lesser soul gem (hey, he ''is'' the [[MadGod Daedric Prince of Madness]]).
** ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim Skyrim]]'':
*** The start of Peryite's Daedric quest has one of his followers (a Khajiit named Kesh the Clean) ask for a flawless ruby, a silver ingot, a deathbell flower, and some vampire dust to concot a mixture whose vapors the Dragonborn must inhale to meet the said Daedric Prince.
*** A note you find in Haelga's Bunkhouse thanks [[ReallyGetsAround Haelga]], a devotee of Dibella, the Aedric Goddess of Beauty (who is also associated with the [[LoveGoddess carnal and sexual aspects of love]]) for one of the most wonderful nights of the writer's life, mentioning skillful body manipulation while wearing Daedric boots and...a trout. In her bedroom, one can also find [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar leather strips and a horker tusk]]. [[HeadTiltinglyKinky Okay then...]]
* In ''VideoGame/TonicTrouble'', Doc constructs a catapult out of six each of the following items: springs, propellors, jumping stones, domino stones and piggy banks. While in this case, we do know what he does with them, we don't ever get to see ''how.'']
* One of the medic's quotes from ''VideoGame/StarCraftII''.
-->'''Medic''': Here's some lotion, a comb, and a blowtorch. Good luck!
* ''VideoGame/DwarfFortress'':
** Due to the nature of the item system, some descriptions of events a player does, especially in adventure mode, can seem like this. Even if the character is a master thrower and picks up whatever they can find, the descriptions can just be confusing.
--> Man, this is just like that time with an bronze giant, two whales, some sand, that flaming bush, and the king's gaurd. Well, actually, I don't have camelskin bag this time.
** Then there's strange moods, which will leave you curious about what they intend to do with a lump of tetrahedrite, two cut gemstones, some alpaca wool, a wolf skull, a mussel shell and some platinum bars.
* [[BoisterousBruiser The Heavy]] from ''VideoGame/TeamFortress2'' reveals that he has a [=PhD=] in Russian literature in ''VideoGame/PokerNightAtTheInventory''. When asked if it is useful in [[FirstPersonShooter his line of work]], Heavy claims, "More than you think..."
* A potential conversation in ''VideoGame/PokerNight2'' involves [[VideoGame/{{Borderlands}} Claptrap]] claiming that he had the weirdest dream last night.
-->'''[[WesternAnimation/TheVentureBrothers Brock Samson]]:''' Did it involve Charles Manson, Rita Moreno, and a duck?\\
'''Claptrap:''' No, but...\\
'''Brock:''' Then it wasn't the weirdest dream.
* Near the end of year 3 in ''Cake Mania: Back to the Bakery'' one of the level ending screens says that your competitor, Le Chateau Gateaux got in trouble for a publicity stunt involving an elephant, two thousand coffee cakes and a space shuttle. An earlier scheme involved a "Trojan Rabbit" made out of pastry and a pickup truck.
* At one point in ''Chronicles of Albian: The Magic Convention'' the player character encounters a gnome inventor who says all he can tell you about his latest experiment is that it involves a handkerchief, a rabbit, a French horn, a wooden shoe and a barrel of pomegranates.
* ''VideoGame/SpiralKnights'': a memo on a devilite workstation in the danger mission "Heart of Ice" asks the employee to explain why he needs "999 'Open minded' devilites, 50 barrels of 'whatever frostifurs eat,' and a 'towering pillar of everfrost' and 'all the frozen souls it brings forth.'"
* In ''VideoGame/MassEffect2'', Mordin Solus once killed someone with farming equipment. This example though becomes Averted if you play the Shadow Broker DLC, where it reveals that he [[spoiler: stabbed a [[ProudWarriorRaceGuy Krogan]] in the face with a pitchfork during a black op.]]
* Although alternatives are available, commonly used "Thing Stickers" for the final battle of ''VideoGame/PaperMarioStickerStar'' include a fan, a refrigerator, a roll of sticky tape, a pair of tailor's scissors and a stereo music player.
* Dr. Fred of ''VideoGame/ManiacMansion'' tells his son, Weird Ed, that the [[BigBad Meteor]] needs to borrow Ed's hamster and an electric cattle prod. We never learn what the Meteor intended with either of them.
* ''VideoGame/DragonAgeInquisition''
** While Josephine is recalling her youthful misadventures with Leliana, she advises you to flee if you ever encounter her holding a twine ball, a measuring stick, and a handkerchief.
** The NoodleIncident in the Inquisitor's past was apparently scandalous enough to begin with, but how did a rabbit become involved?
* In one of the runs in ''VideoGame/ShadowrunReturns: Dragonfall'', you read a message where an employee wonders what the research team need with a bulk order of gags, restraints, and five hundred litres of hydrochloric acid. She's somewhat creeped out by it, and probably for a good reason.
* A knife, a photograph, a broken vase, a folder with documents, a watch and a cellphone... [[Franchise/AceAttorney Phoenix Wright]] only needs three out of these objects to prove his opponent guilty of [[NoodleIncident a never addressed crime]] in ''VideoGame/MarvelVSCapcom3''. This includes Doctor Doom, demons, gods, an EldritchAbomination or [[MirrorMatch himself]].
* In ''VideoGame/SamAndMaxHitTheRoad'':
** The player never gets to see what's inside the other doors at [[RealityIsOutToLunch the Mystery Vortex]].
--->'''Max:''' "Look at all the cheese!"\\
'''Sam:''' "I didn't know they could do that!"
** The final puzzle of the game is solved with [[spoiler: a dinosaur tooth, a pillow soaked in hair tonic, a re-filled souvenir snow globe, and a zucchini in the shape of John Muir's head.]]
* In Season 1, episode 5 of VideoGame/SamAndMaxFreelancePolice when the duo find Sybil [[JustOneMoreLevel addicted to "Reality 2.0".]]
-->'''Sam:''' You've been playing that game for an entire week.
-->'''Max:''' She's an addict, Sam. Time for an intervention. We'll need some cocktail peanuts, an iron maiden, oh, and some handkerchiefs. This is going to be emotional.
* ''Videogame/FallenLondon'': During one repeatable storyline, you can hire the services of an assassin with a reputation for CruelAndUnusualDeath, who is noted to have done "something unspeakable to the Duke of Kent with a pair of bricks". Your character knows this well enough that, if they spot her taking out a cigar and a cigar-clipper, they immediately assume the worst and run terrified.
* Based on some snippets of the Court Summons in ''VideoGame/{{Shantae}} and the Pirate's Curse'', the order to cut Shantae's hair involved scissors, a jigsaw, and a goat mouth.

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* In ''Toys/{{Bionicle}}'', [[KidAppealCharacter Lewa]] apparently likes to tell a very disturbing story involving three [[LittlePeople Matoran]], a [[GiantEnemyCrab Manas Crab]], and a bucket. It even managed to freak [[TheStoic Kopaka]] out![[/folder]]

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* "[[VideoGame/MetalGearSolid I need scissors!]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=68mbFvenlaQ 61!]]"
* From this very wiki's CherryTapping page: [[Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda Ganondorf]] can be defeated by: A butterfly net, an empty bottle, nuts, and a fishing pole.
* ''VideoGame/QuestForGloryIV'' has this in ''The Ultimate Joke'', a joke so funny it's guaranteed to make ''anyone'' who hears it become paralyzed with laughter on hearing it the first time (it is said to work only once). The joke is never told, the narrator (none other than John Rhys Davies) only mention that it is "...the one with the wizard ''(chuckles)'' and the farmer's daughter...''(further chuckling)'' It's a killer!" when you opt to tell the joke [[spoiler:[[CrowningMomentOfAwesome to the BigBad, so he's stuck laughing and you can kill him with a spear]]]].
* ''VideoGame/{{Dishonored}}'' mixes this trope with a bit of ''Main/ArsonMurderAndJaywalking''.
-->'''High Overseer Campbell''': Now, to business. What would you say happened last night?\\
'''General Curnow''': To be honest, I'm not even sure! My men, your Overseers, a few whores, maybe a little too much ale. One harmless prank with a runaway chicken, and ten minutes later, Treaver's Alley is a sea of blood and teeth.\\
'''High Overseer Campbell''': I almost wish I'd been there.
* ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'' uses this trope in several of the female Draenei's 'flirt' and 'silly' emotes, including one involving butter and jumper cables and another is a recipe involving 2 gnomes and 2 eggs. Unfortunately, the one asking about whether [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HQjlimIvx1M gnomes have a vibrate setting]] didn't make the final cut.
** In one scenario, you are involved with a group of Goblins trying to open a huge vault door with a powerful explosive they implrovise with the tools they have around. Most of the tools, even if not realistic, make sense (fire elemental cores, dragon egg, a battery), but we're never explained what they need the Pool Pony for. But apparently, it's "the most vital ingredient".
* From ''VideoGame/ConkersBadFurDay'':
-->'''Panther King''': Don't be too long.\\
'''Professor''': Ah...I will be as quick as I can sire.\\
'''Panther King''': Cause you know what happened last time..\\
'''Professor''': [''nervously''] Oh, he. Only too well, only too well. I vill go now.\\
'''Panther King''': [[BadBoss I don't want to have to get the duct tape out again.]]
* ''The Secret of VideoGame/MonkeyIsland'':
** The hero asks the friendly natives of the titular island about the whereabouts of his true love who has been kidnapped by a ship crewed by ghost pirates. Unfortunately, it didn't come out quite right.
-->'''Guybrush Threepwood''': I'm looking for thirty dead guys and a woman.\\
'''Meathead''': Whoah, I'm not sure what you're planning there but count us out!
** What requires a pot on a fire, wine, gunpowder, a rubber chicken with a pulley down the middle, breakfast cereals, ink, a jolly roger flag, breathmints, and some cinnamon? [[note]]Answer]]Going to Monkey Island via voodoo spell[[/note]].
** The cutscene-of-sorts in the secret room at Elaine's mansion where we don't see what's happening but the menu keeps telling us disturbing things about wax lips and a llama...
* In ''VideoGame/TalesOfMonkeyIsland'' chapter 1, Guybrush misleads a guy by musing about how he's going to get past an ancient stone door, and mutters about going to gather "Several sticks of dynamite, a rubber chicken with a pulley in the middle, and some sort of ''[[Film/GalaxyQuest rudimentary lathe]]''..."
* ''VideoGame/ZakMcKrackenAndTheAlienMindbenders'' is largely based around using utterly bizarre items (such as a crayon, a kazoo and an egg) for the purpose of saving the world from aliens.
* The materials necessary to make the custom weapons in ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 3}}'' can get like this. "Let's see... I need a crutch, a steam gauge assembly, a pressure cooker, a fission battery and about a hundred railroad spikes."
* [[https://www.youtube.com/user/ManyATrueNerd Many A True Nerd]]'s ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 3}}'' and ''VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas'' runs often include commentary on the juxtaposition of items that can't interact with one another, such as a tricycle and a harmonica in a brothel (they must accommodate some very specific requests) and a vacuum cleaner and hockey mask in Elder Lyons' briefcase ("sounds like a good weekend").
* In ''VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas'', the H&H Tools Factory has a terminal which contains an email from a man to his mistress, inviting her over for the weekend while his wife is away and suggesting she bring her rubber sheets and souvenir elephant trash can.
** In the ''Old World Blues'' expansion, during a conversation with Doctor 8 about some undefined activity, you have the option to tell him that you usually just use a can of Cram and some duct tape.
* See also the crafting into ''VideoGame/CityOfHeroes''. So you have a manila folder detailing a terrifying conspiracy ("[[WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague Who knew the true purpose of the aglet was so sinister?]]"), a gem, a [[{{Squick}} piece of flesh that is regenerating into something]], and a device that can trace the temporal origin of a given object. With these, you can make your attacks do more damage.
* What if someone made this trope into an entire ''game?'' World, meet ''VideoGame/{{Scribblenauts}}''. ''Scribblenauts,'' world.
-->"I got through that level with a chain, a FairyGodmother, a tranqulizer gun, and a baseball bat. You?"
** Also a fair description of ''VideoGame/KingdomOfLoathing''. Many of the items have a logic as to how they fit together, it's just that one wouldn't normally think to combine a skewer and a rat appendix to make a rat appendix kabob.
* The climax (ahem) of ''VideoGame/LeatherGoddessesOfPhobos'' involves handing a list of objects, one by one, to [[spoiler:your sidekick]] so he or she can build a device to save the world. The items are: A common household blender, six feet of rubber hose, a pair of cotton balls, an eighty-two degree angle, a headlight from a 1933 Ford, a white mouse, a photo of Creator/JeanHarlow (or Douglas Fairbanks), and a Cleveland phone book. Despite the game's naughty theme, the objects ''aren't'' used to build some sort of sex toy.
** In one room, the player sees a laboratory set up for experiments that are too outrageous to describe. Even if you play the game in Lewd Mode, the most you'll get told is that "it involves several feet of plastic tubing, a lot of lubricants, and a yak."
* ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls'':
** In ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIVOblivion Oblivion]]'', the required offering to begin Sheogorath's Daedric quest consists of a spool of yarn, a head of lettuce, and a lesser soul gem (hey, he ''is'' the [[MadGod Daedric Prince of Madness]]).
** ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim Skyrim]]'':
*** The start of Peryite's Daedric quest has one of his followers (a Khajiit named Kesh the Clean) ask for a flawless ruby, a silver ingot, a deathbell flower, and some vampire dust to concot a mixture whose vapors the Dragonborn must inhale to meet the said Daedric Prince.
*** A note you find in Haelga's Bunkhouse thanks [[ReallyGetsAround Haelga]], a devotee of Dibella, the Aedric Goddess of Beauty (who is also associated with the [[LoveGoddess carnal and sexual aspects of love]]) for one of the most wonderful nights of the writer's life, mentioning skillful body manipulation while wearing Daedric boots and...a trout. In her bedroom, one can also find [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar leather strips and a horker tusk]]. [[HeadTiltinglyKinky Okay then...]]
* In ''VideoGame/TonicTrouble'', Doc constructs a catapult out of six each of the following items: springs, propellors, jumping stones, domino stones and piggy banks. While in this case, we do know what he does with them, we don't ever get to see ''how.'']
* One of the medic's quotes from ''VideoGame/StarCraftII''.
-->'''Medic''': Here's some lotion, a comb, and a blowtorch. Good luck!
* ''VideoGame/DwarfFortress'':
** Due to the nature of the item system, some descriptions of events a player does, especially in adventure mode, can seem like this. Even if the character is a master thrower and picks up whatever they can find, the descriptions can just be confusing.
--> Man, this is just like that time with an bronze giant, two whales, some sand, that flaming bush, and the king's gaurd. Well, actually, I don't have camelskin bag this time.
** Then there's strange moods, which will leave you curious about what they intend to do with a lump of tetrahedrite, two cut gemstones, some alpaca wool, a wolf skull, a mussel shell and some platinum bars.
* [[BoisterousBruiser The Heavy]] from ''VideoGame/TeamFortress2'' reveals that he has a [=PhD=] in Russian literature in ''VideoGame/PokerNightAtTheInventory''. When asked if it is useful in [[FirstPersonShooter his line of work]], Heavy claims, "More than you think..."
* A potential conversation in ''VideoGame/PokerNight2'' involves [[VideoGame/{{Borderlands}} Claptrap]] claiming that he had the weirdest dream last night.
-->'''[[WesternAnimation/TheVentureBrothers Brock Samson]]:''' Did it involve Charles Manson, Rita Moreno, and a duck?\\
'''Claptrap:''' No, but...\\
'''Brock:''' Then it wasn't the weirdest dream.
* Near the end of year 3 in ''Cake Mania: Back to the Bakery'' one of the level ending screens says that your competitor, Le Chateau Gateaux got in trouble for a publicity stunt involving an elephant, two thousand coffee cakes and a space shuttle. An earlier scheme involved a "Trojan Rabbit" made out of pastry and a pickup truck.
* At one point in ''Chronicles of Albian: The Magic Convention'' the player character encounters a gnome inventor who says all he can tell you about his latest experiment is that it involves a handkerchief, a rabbit, a French horn, a wooden shoe and a barrel of pomegranates.
* ''VideoGame/SpiralKnights'': a memo on a devilite workstation in the danger mission "Heart of Ice" asks the employee to explain why he needs "999 'Open minded' devilites, 50 barrels of 'whatever frostifurs eat,' and a 'towering pillar of everfrost' and 'all the frozen souls it brings forth.'"
* In ''VideoGame/MassEffect2'', Mordin Solus once killed someone with farming equipment. This example though becomes Averted if you play the Shadow Broker DLC, where it reveals that he [[spoiler: stabbed a [[ProudWarriorRaceGuy Krogan]] in the face with a pitchfork during a black op.]]
* Although alternatives are available, commonly used "Thing Stickers" for the final battle of ''VideoGame/PaperMarioStickerStar'' include a fan, a refrigerator, a roll of sticky tape, a pair of tailor's scissors and a stereo music player.
* Dr. Fred of ''VideoGame/ManiacMansion'' tells his son, Weird Ed, that the [[BigBad Meteor]] needs to borrow Ed's hamster and an electric cattle prod. We never learn what the Meteor intended with either of them.
* ''VideoGame/DragonAgeInquisition''
** While Josephine is recalling her youthful misadventures with Leliana, she advises you to flee if you ever encounter her holding a twine ball, a measuring stick, and a handkerchief.
** The NoodleIncident in the Inquisitor's past was apparently scandalous enough to begin with, but how did a rabbit become involved?
* In one of the runs in ''VideoGame/ShadowrunReturns: Dragonfall'', you read a message where an employee wonders what the research team need with a bulk order of gags, restraints, and five hundred litres of hydrochloric acid. She's somewhat creeped out by it, and probably for a good reason.
* A knife, a photograph, a broken vase, a folder with documents, a watch and a cellphone... [[Franchise/AceAttorney Phoenix Wright]] only needs three out of these objects to prove his opponent guilty of [[NoodleIncident a never addressed crime]] in ''VideoGame/MarvelVSCapcom3''. This includes Doctor Doom, demons, gods, an EldritchAbomination or [[MirrorMatch himself]].
* In ''VideoGame/SamAndMaxHitTheRoad'':
** The player never gets to see what's inside the other doors at [[RealityIsOutToLunch the Mystery Vortex]].
--->'''Max:''' "Look at all the cheese!"\\
'''Sam:''' "I didn't know they could do that!"
** The final puzzle of the game is solved with [[spoiler: a dinosaur tooth, a pillow soaked in hair tonic, a re-filled souvenir snow globe, and a zucchini in the shape of John Muir's head.]]
* In Season 1, episode 5 of VideoGame/SamAndMaxFreelancePolice when the duo find Sybil [[JustOneMoreLevel addicted to "Reality 2.0".]]
-->'''Sam:''' You've been playing that game for an entire week.
-->'''Max:''' She's an addict, Sam. Time for an intervention. We'll need some cocktail peanuts, an iron maiden, oh, and some handkerchiefs. This is going to be emotional.
* ''Videogame/FallenLondon'': During one repeatable storyline, you can hire the services of an assassin with a reputation for CruelAndUnusualDeath, who is noted to have done "something unspeakable to the Duke of Kent with a pair of bricks". Your character knows this well enough that, if they spot her taking out a cigar and a cigar-clipper, they immediately assume the worst and run terrified.
* Based on some snippets of the Court Summons in ''VideoGame/{{Shantae}} and the Pirate's Curse'', the order to cut Shantae's hair involved scissors, a jigsaw, and a goat mouth.
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* In ''Everyday Adventures of Joovia & Friends'' our redhead heroine, [[http://comicsgonebad.com/joovia/joovia-ipad-makes-you-cool-comics-297 Joovia]] just got her new favorite toy. She ran into Jeremy at their spot in the coffee shop.
* In ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'':
** [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0389.html Elan's original plan]] to get to Azure City involved a corkscrew, some skis, a box of soap, a basketball, a traffic cone, dressing Thog in a leprechaun costume, and stuffing a giant wooden alpaca with potato salad. It should be noted, however, that Elan is [[CloudCuckoolander not precisely the sharpest spoon in the drawer]] (and [[TheBlindLeadingTheBlind Thog makes him look like a genius]]), so his plan wasn't necessarily something a normal person would expect to work. And yes, [[SpoonyBard "spoon" is the intended word]]. This was, of course, lampshaded in the episode's title: "As Good an Explanation as is Forthcoming".
** Later, when they need an excuse to leave the room...
-->'''Elan''': Uh, dad? Haley and I need to go have sex.
-->'''Haley''': Come on, [[AmbiguousGender V]], and bring the cat, just in case.
-->'''Tarquin''': ...Huh.
* In ''Webcomic/GirlGenius'':
** Agatha's [[http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/comic.php?date=20050523 first attempt at fortune-telling]] leaves her babbling: "She... tea cozy... '''forty-three hours'''... only '''one''' spoon... how... eek!"
** Later, one "intricately choreographed" number from a sparky opera [[http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/comic.php?date=20080206 is left to the imagination]]:
--->"For this performance, the Mechanikopera has recreated the original choreography, including all seventeen soup waiters, three ladder teams ''and'' the ''original'' roller skating giraffe!"
** Also, a Website/{{Twitter}} based on [[http://twitter.com/Othar Othar Tryggvassen]] relies heavily on this and [[NoodleIncident Noodle Incidents]] for comedy.
** When "our favorite [[AxeCrazy bloodthirsty maniac]]" Bangladesh [=DuPree=] [[http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/comic.php?date=20070718 asked]] about her choice in ways of killing amateur assassins, the visual interpretation has: dagger, pistol, axe and ''[[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking cheese]]''.
** It's unknown what a mad scientist can do with [[http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/comic.php?date=20090506 a thousand orphans, a hedge maze and enough cheese]].
** And after an incident that happens off-panel: "Thank goodness you had all those [[http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/comic.php?date=20030829 clockwork ducks]], Klaus."
** When asked [[http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/comic.php?date=20080104#.VaGN-7d5mc1 how she managed to construct a mechanical taxidermist-cum-tailor]], Agatha replied "Please, I always carry a Swiss army knife and a coil of wire".
* In ''Webcomic/EightBitTheater'', Red Mage is able to save the party (actually, the party minus Black Mage) from an aircraft crash with a portable hole, an immovable rod, a bag of holding and an ice spell. How, we'll never know.
** While he's explaining to Thief and Fighter that his unwillingness to part with his gear in the name of such plans was the one thing holding him back from the flexibility he claimed to rely on, Black Mage is crushed by a giant. He remarks that, ironically, he could get Black Mage out from under the giant with a portable hole, an immovable rod, a BagOfHolding, and an ice spell. Go figure.
** TruthInTelevision: An adventurer can do ''anything'' with a portable hole, an immovable rod and a bag of holding! No idea where the ice spell comes in.
** [[http://www.nuklearpower.com/2009/04/23/episode-1120-reading-material/ This strip]] ends with a very weird visual one.
* In Webcomic/OzyAndMillie a number of Llewellyn's [[HistoricalInJoke Historical In Jokes]] seemed to involve whipped cream. Though knowing [[CloudCuckooLander him]] (and [[http://ozyandmillie.org/2003/08/23/ozy-and-millie-1249/ this comic]]) there's no guarantee that he [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar meant what you probably thought he meant.]]
** Three words: House Rules Parcheezi.
** Also on Take your Daughter to Work day, that conversation Ozy had with Llewellyn that got censored. [[http://ozyandmillie.org/2007/05/07/ozy-and-millie-1877/ No shortage of implements here]].
* Sam Starfall of ''Webcomic/{{Freefall}}'' had a [[http://freefall.purrsia.com/ff1600/fc01515.htm great rescue plan]] to bust Florence out of the dog pound if she goes back there.
** WordOfGod has stated that the reason Sam Starfall was exiled from his planet was an incident that involved a dirigible, a loop-de-loop and lots of pudding.
** Later his plan to smuggle Florence out of the E.U. compound is foiled by the guards being absent (and the gate is left open). It involved [[http://freefall.purrsia.com/ff1700/fc01691.htm a coffee pot, half a ream of paper, and three fully automatic hot glue guns]].
** [[http://freefall.purrsia.com/ff1900/fc01841.htm Edge can convey doom in three words or less.]]
** [[http://freefall.purrsia.com/ff3000/fc02977.htm The jurors]] in the [[spoiler:Mr Kornada]] case:
--->''For the last time, we can only say "guilty" or "not guilty". We can not suggest punishments. Although I will admit your idea with the rubber hoses, the penguin and the threshing machine was very creative.''
* Mr Tasey from ''Webcomic/StickmanAndCube'' is mentioned as having been fired from his first job after "a curious incident involving a goat, a jar of mayonnaise and a grand piano".
* ''Webcomic/SomethingPositive'': Aubrey [[http://www.somethingpositive.net/sp11062006.shtml has a plan]] to prevent [=PeeJee=] doing something even she thinks is going too far: "I need four cellphones, ten balls of yarn, and two nights worth of cigarettes. I've got a miracle to perform." We do find out [[http://www.somethingpositive.net/sp11082006.shtml what it is.]]
* ''WebComic/StationV3'' features [[http://www.stationv3.com/d/20040716.html the following]]:
-->Is it the plan where they need finger paint, water skis, poker chips and inflatable cacti?\\
It's the plan where they disable the teleporter.\\
Too bad, the other one sounds more interesting.
* In ''WebComic/BiteMe'', Claire declares that in order to start a good-size revolutionary riot, [[http://www.bitemecomic.com/?p=508 all she needs is three tomatoes, a size nine-and-a-half shoehorn, a bit of string and a small wooden spoon]]. When questioned, she sighs "They ALWAYS ask about the spoon..."
* We get one of these near the end of ''Webcomic/{{Narbonic}}'', though it does get explained over the course of the next few weeks:
-->'''Dave''': I have to retool the teleporter, crash the Dave Conspiracy, and buy a large bucket of fried chicken. Fast.
* One of the many deaths Kaguya and Mokou of ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}}'' fame inflicted upon each other in [[http://dizzy.pestermom.com/?p=thcomic17 this]] installment of ''Webcomic/TouhouNekokayou'' apparently involved "a toilet plunger, the Buddha's stone bowl, a kendama, a Christmas tree, and three stuffed rabbits" and it "took weeks to find all the patches from (Mokou's) overalls again." (The creator "just wanted to make a comic involving death-by-noodle-implements.")
* A running gag in ''Webcomic/{{Cheer}}'' involves a character coming up with a plan that requires "two geese, a roll of duct tape, twenty-three toothpicks, and some sodium benzoate." It was initially coined by Tamara, though Jo and 32 have also used it.
* In [[http://www.cheercomic.com/?date=2006-09-14 this]] comic, a guest artist actually speculates on how exactly those items could be used to "crush spirits and ruin lives, all while delivering a healthy dose of funny". He ultimately concludes that he has no idea but that they can set a "genuine sense of fear amongst those with weak constitutions".
* [[http://www.insecticons.com/insecticomics/kickbackjunk.html This]] ''Webcomic/{{Insecticomics}}'' comic.
* ''Webcomic/{{Starslip}}''.
** "Remember the [[CrypticBackgroundReference Harakkon disaster of '37?]] [[BadassBoast That was]] ''[[BadassBoast me.]]'' And ''six trained goldfish.''" ([[http://starslip.com/2008/01/16/starslip-number-697/ Link]].)
** [[http://starslip.com/2006/11/22/starslip-number-394/ Earlier]]:
-->'''Aldus Vanderbeam''': I also learned I wasn't good at talking to nude models, art professors, the dean of the art department, and campus police. You will never hear that story.
* ''Webcomic/SkinHorse'':
** [[http://skin-horse.com/comic/of-a-thing-to/ This]] strip:
-->'''Dr. Lee''': You're threatening me with something you're not authorized to tell me about. \\
... \\
'''Number Fifteen''': Okay, okay, it involves walnuts. Don't ask me again.
** [[http://skin-horse.com/comic/whole-problem-there/ The worst perversion of science]] ''Unity'' has ever seen...
* An example from ''Webcomic/TheScoutReport'', the title character is seen in a flashback saying the following:
-->Scout: Look, everyone loves bacon, and everyone loves fireworks! WhatCouldPossiblyGoWrong?
* ''Webcomic/MenageA3'':
** [[http://www.menagea3.net/d/20081223.html This]] strip lists "Zii's spectacular get lucky kit. Satisfaction guaranteed!": "Condoms, lube, different sized condoms, music to get her in the mood... Good. Then you need about 4 liters of canola oil, a pair of hard-soled boots, two different types of rubber hose, a pair of handcuffs and an extra set of keys..."
** "''Whisper whisper'' '''badminton racket''' ''Whisper whisper'' '''Tabasco sauce''' ''Whisper whisper'' '''Paddington Bear'''..." This turns into a BrickJoke when the items in question ''do'' appear in a sexual situation in a later strip, then ''much'' further down the line and [[Webcomic/SandraOnTheRocks one strip sideways]] gets bricked again, with Paddington replaced by a plastic tube and [[SerialEscalation the Tabasco sauce replaced by Mexican ghost peppers.]]
* In ''Webcomic/GunnerkriggCourt'' Kat constructs a fully functional anti-gravity unit out of a thermos and coat hangers. (And she wasn't even that interested in the anti-gravity field ''itself''; she just wanted to be able to run her protein experiment for a ScienceFair.)
* A little bit more obvious than other examples, but Adam and Jamie from ''Webcomic/IrregularWebcomic'' "seem to have vanished completely attempting to pull a tooth with string, a doorknob, and 30 sticks of dynamite".
* In ''Webcomic/ChasingTheSunset'', the majority of Leaf's plans seem to be something like this. While in the Void, he decides that, in order to escape, he'd need three sticks, a sheet of paper, and two hundred spans of thread.
* ''Webcomic/{{xkcd}}'':
** [[PlayingWithATrope Played with]] in [[http://xkcd.com/576/ this]] strip.
** And then twisted into Noodle Locations in [[http://xkcd.com/596/ this]] later comic.
** And turned into a plot [[http://xkcd.com/521/ here]]: "so long as the raptors don't invent lightsabers."
** "[[http://xkcd.com/564/ Why do you have a crossbow in your desk?]]"
** To say nothing of [[http://imgs.xkcd.com/comics/secretary_part_3.png/ this]] one.
---> "And you were thrown out of microsoft headquarters for...trying to feed a squirrel through a fax machine?"\\
"I forgot about that! It was part of an argument with Steve Ballmer about Vista. Which I won, by the way."
* [[http://the-qlc.com/loserz/go/57 This strip]] of ''Webcomic/{{Loserz}}''. A tutu, big coconuts, bear fur suits (to be worn without pants) and the key element is a little plush bear of doom?
* ''Webcomic/PennyArcade'''s Tycho creates something very much like this with ''one implement'' in [[http://www.penny-arcade.com/comic/2007/03/21 Exile from Guyville]].
* ''Webcomic/DanAndMabsFurryAdventures'' has genius Jyrras demand his friend to open the door or he'll do it himself with [[http://missmab.com/Comics/Vol_663.php some floss and a spork]].
** Sporks seem to be fairly common utility in DMFA, with Dan using one to defeat a legion of Death Knights.
* Gawain from ''Webcomic/TheAdventuresOfWiglafAndMordred'' says [[http://liliy.net/wam/2009/06/07/even-zombies-need-dental/ here]]that how he became a zombie "involves a golden egg, a spork and a swamp witch... [[YouDoNOTWantToKnow Anything you come up with is better than what actually happened.]] Oh and there was a puffer fish."
* ''Webcomic/{{Lackadaisy}}'': "Some sort of high-speed, ballistic goose-related incident!"
* Common cold cure in ''Webcomic/{{Weesh}}'' somehow involves fish head, toe jam, and liverwurst...and that's not all of it. [[http://www.weeshcomic.com/archive.php?strip=2009-12-09 This]] strip has Tate and Weesh planning to reclaim the TV by using HappyFunBall, cheese whiz, and ferrets.
* ''Webcomic/SamAndFuzzy'' has a interview with a heavy metal singer that, due to heavy censoring, ends with just a single noodle implement:
--> 'Cause in this world, no one '''----ing cares''' about you. No one gives a '''----ing''' ---- if you ---- or just ---- ---- ----ing ---- ----ing ---- ---- with a rubber hose!
* ''Webcomic/BobAndGeorge'': "But I'll need some car batteries, a few dozen cinder blocks, a cup of iced tea, and the city's entire supply of yogurt!" Made even more hillarious when, a couple strips later, we see the city's entire supply of yogurt having been gathered but never used.
* [[http://megatokyo.com/strip/187 This]] ''Webcomic/{{Megatokyo}}'' comic, in which Piro tunes out Largo's rant about how to defend their new apartment, and all we get to hear is "...And that's why we need to find a store that sells rocket launchers. Help me with this phone book."
* The thing they do with a protractor in ''Webcomic/TheWayOfTheMetagamer'' requires BrainBleach.
* In [[http://questionablecontent.net/view.php?comic=707 this]] ''Webcomic/QuestionableContent'' : "My Limit Break involves a moose, the demon Baphomet, and a Kuiper Belt object." And the animation takes 4 hours.
* [[http://www.atlanticcartoons.com/inhumanrelations/2010/04/30/a-long-story/ It's a long story involving a pickle fork, a jug of lemonade, and the Kiwanis.]]
* [[http://www.threewordphrase.com/sadcomic.htm This]] ''Three Word Phrase''. An AntiHumor example because the "medical condition" requiring the implements is named, not just Noodle-implied. [[InsaneTrollLogic Makes even less sense]], of course.
* In ''Webcomic/EverydayHeroes'', [[https://web.archive.org/web/20090726093109/http://www.webcomicsnation.com/eddurd/everydayheroes/character.php?character_ID=1982 Matt O'Morph]] gained his superpowers when, "during his college freshman chemistry class, there was a bizarre accident involving an unknown alkaline solution, a dash of monosodium glutamate, a live electrical wire, a pack of Big Red cinnamon gum, and a mosquito."
* In ''Webcomic/{{Sheldon}}'', [[http://www.sheldoncomics.com/archive/061031.html this trick-or-treater]] can do some interesting things with one "D" battery, 600 ostrich feathers, a two-stroke motor, 16 grams of potassium chloride... and a male cheetah.
* ''Webcomic/WapsiSquare'' once mentioned a rather creative use of [[http://wapsisquare.com/comic/10222004/ a toilet seat and a rubber chicken.]]
* ''Webcomic/WickedAwesomeAdventure'':
** It's noted that an eye can be put out with the use of [[http://www.wickedawesomeadventure.com/2010/06/121-123-show-him-what-for.html a funnel, sushi, and a small wager.]]
** Subverted when use of the Noodle Implements was [[http://www.wickedawesomeadventure.com/2010/06/124-convert-traffic-cone-dead-fish-and.html demonstrated.]]
* In ''Webcomic/ElGoonishShive'', Dan was apparently going to start a new story involving ninjas, japanese bath houses, and ''hamsters''. [[http://egscomics.com/?date=2006-10-02 Lots of hamsters]] but this was scrapped because he had to deal with the aftermath of a party he threw celebrating the conclusion of the previous arc.
* ''Webcomic/AModestDestiny'' [[http://www.squidi.net/comic/amd/view.php?series=amd&ep=4&id=97 here]]: "It's not quite as interesting as my plan, but since we seem to be all out of stilts and ventriloquist dummies, it'll have to do..." [[http://www.squidi.net/comic/amd/view.php?series=amd&ep=1&id=226 And here]]: Lucile and Maxim once defeated over thirty pirates with a wooden spoon and a mirror.
* In [[http://venisproductions.com/angelmoxie/archives/1/5/153.html this]] ''Webcomic/AngelMoxie'' strip, Tristan tells the new teacher Mr. Kyokasho that she's been "checking up on [him]" to find weak points...:
-->'''Mr. Kyokasho''': Did you find any?
-->'''Tristan''': Maybe.
-->'''Mr. Kyokasho''': (casually) I hope you didn't find out about that incident with the water hoses and the ketchup in St. Louis.
-->'''Tristan''': Uh...
* ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'': the incident in question is actually [[http://www.mspaintadventures.com/?s=6&p=004827 seen on-screen]], but Jade's explanation still counts.
-->GG: all that stuff blew up
-->TG: blew up
-->GG: its a long story that involves a pinata and a gun and a very naughty doggie
-->TG: [[LampshadeHanging i completely understand everything about that practically entirely]]
* ''Webcomic/{{Prequel}}'': There's a RunningGag involving some trick with a pineapple and a yo-yo. Poor Katia becomes the talk of the town because of it.
* [[Webcomic/SchlockMercenary Sgt. Schlock's]] plan to bust his teammates out of jail, presented in [[http://www.schlockmercenary.com/2009-08-31 visual form]].
* Mike from ''Webcomic/MikeBookseller'' apparently did something [[http://www.krrobar.com/comic/no-no-no-no-no-no-no/ very bad]] with a cream puff.
* In ''Webcomic/KnightsOfBuenaVista'', Adriana's PlayerCharacter is so {{Min Max|ing}}ed out that she can cause the apocalypse under certain conditions. The only condition stated though involves gummi worms, which the GameMaster promptly bans from the campaign.
* In ''Webcomic/DarthsAndDroids'', Ben asked Pete for help with a science demo for his teaching course:
-->'''Pete''': Okay, we'll need dry ice, twenty balloons, a tank of helium, a wooden duck, and a kilo block of sodium. '''I'll''' bring the rest.\\
'''Ben''': Let me rephrase: I need to make a '''safe''' science demo for my teaching course.\\
'''Pete''': Okay, skip the balloons.
* In [[https://derpibooru.org/718626 this]] ''Celestia's Servant Interview'' comic, [[VideoGame/SoulNomadAndTheWorldEaters Gig, Master of Death]] wants the Cutie Mark Crusaders to fetch "a bucket of elbow grease, some striped paint, and a glass hammer". Applejack is less than pleased.
* ''Webcomic/KeychainOfCreation'', as the party is informed the local beach god is [[http://keychain.patternspider.net/archive/koc0365.html on his way]]:
-->'''Misho:''' ...We're going to need more coconuts.
--> '''Ten Winds:''' No, he doesn't do that anymore.
* ''WebComic/SluggyFreelance'': In "Falling", Torg and Zoë are talking about crossing the GodzillaThreshold and agree that it should not be the a plan B so much as a last resort. Zoë suggests it should be called "plan Z", but it turns out Torg has his own meanings for plans starting with different letters. "Plan Z" is something that would require a [[RougeAnglesOfSatin "zylophone"]] bigger than any in the world, whereas "plan S" doesn't work because Torg doesn't trust squirrels.
* In ''Webcomic/TheBirdFeeder'' [[http://thebirdfeeder.com/comic/159 #159]], "Disagreement," Darryl refers to an argument he and Edna had about a discarded peanut butter and jelly sandwich he wanted to feed his kids. From off-panel, Edna yells, "IT WAS DISGUSTING!"
* Mela's ideas of what makes a suitable deadly weapon in ''Webcomic/WeAreTheWyrecats'' are [[http://wyrecats.thecomicseries.com/comics/22 creative, to say the least]].
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* Cashiers sometimes have fun trying to piece together exactly what the random pile of stuff in a person's shopping cart will be used for. One post on [[http://failbook.failblog.org/ Failbook]] had someone posting that a customer had just bought a Music/MileyCyrus DVD, some lube, and a box of tissues...{{Squick}}.

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* Cashiers sometimes have fun trying to piece together exactly what the random pile of stuff in a person's shopping cart will be used for. One post on [[http://failbook.failblog.org/ Failbook]] had someone posting that a customer had just bought a Music/MileyCyrus DVD, some lube, and a box of tissues... {{Squick}}.

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