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* In Mean Girls the musical, the chorus of the song "Revenge Party" does this twice:

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* In Mean Girls the musical, theatre adaptation of Theatre/MeanGirls, the chorus of the song "Revenge Party" does this twice:


->''"This marble is as slippery as this marble!''

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->''"This marble is as slippery as this marble!''marble!''"

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* ''Animation/PleasantGoatAndBigBigWolf'': In ''Pleasant Goat Fun Class: Chapter of Animals & Plants'' episode 2, Weslie feels the need to point out that "Tree squirrels live in the trees, ground squirrels live in grounds, and rock squirrels live in rock crevices!" as if it weren't already easy to tell by reading the names of the types of squirrels he describes.

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[[DescribeTopicHere Describe Shaped Like Itself here by self-demonstrating it.]]


* The movie title, ''Film/DeuceBigalow MaleGigolo''. Aren't all gigolos male by definition? Considering how much that movie does a weird gender inversion of anatomy-naming (e.g. shenis, man-gina,) this use of the trope was probably intentional.

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* The movie title, ''Film/DeuceBigalow MaleGigolo''.Male Gigolo''. Aren't all gigolos male by definition? Considering how much that movie does a weird gender inversion of anatomy-naming (e.g. shenis, man-gina,) this use of the trope was probably intentional.


* A GagSub in ''Anime/GirlsundPanzer'' gave the fans this: "Panzer vor means Panzer vor."

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* A GagSub in ''Anime/GirlsundPanzer'' ''Anime/GirlsUndPanzer'' gave the fans this: "Panzer vor means Panzer vor."


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* The theme song for the ''VideoGame/MolesWorld'' animated series points out that there are two curved curves on Molele's face. As opposed to straight curves.
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* You know those large swing rides at theme parks that are often based off of pirate ships? [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pirate_ship_(ride) They're called Pirate Ships]].
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->''"And when you lick a snozzberry, it tastes just exactly like a snozzberry..."''
-->-- '''Willy Wonka''', ''Literature/CharlieAndTheChocolateFactory''

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\n->''"And when you lick a snozzberry, it tastes just exactly like a snozzberry..."''\n->''"This marble is as slippery as this marble!''
-->-- '''Willy Wonka''', ''Literature/CharlieAndTheChocolateFactory''''Radio/TheHitchhikersGuideToTheGalaxy, Secondary Phase''



* The page quote is [[TheWonka Willy Wonka]] describing his lickable wallpaper in ''Literature/CharlieAndTheChocolateFactory''. Granted, this isn't quite the same as other examples; he's saying that licking the image of a snozzberry -- whatever that might be -- on his wallpaper results in the taste of a real snozzberry. Still amusing, though.

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[[folder:Theme Parks Based Around A Specific Subject Located in a Park]]
* You know those large swing rides at theme parks that are often based off of pirate ships? [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pirate_ship_(ride) They're called Pirate Ships]].
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* ''Literature/EssaysinIdleness'' offers an OlderThanPrint example:

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* ''Literature/EssaysinIdleness'' ''Literature/EssaysInIdleness'' offers an OlderThanPrint example:

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* WebVideo/TheVictorianWay: Mrs Crocombe talks about pudding: "Some people call this shirt sleeve pudding because they make it in old shirt sleeves."


** ''Goldmember'': "What do you know... about... my father's [[OverlyLongGag where... about... s.]]"



* ''Film/Sharknado2TheSecondOne'', which might have the most obvious subtitle ever.
* ...Well, that and ''Film/AirplaneIITheSequel''.

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* ''Film/Sharknado2TheSecondOne'', which might have the most obvious subtitle ever.
* ...Well,
Sequel subtitles announcing that and ''Film/AirplaneIITheSequel''. they're sequels:
** ''Film/AirplaneIITheSequel''
** ''Film/Sharknado2TheSecondOne''


* Another inversion is the urban legend of celebrity X (insert adlib) appearing incognito on a celebrity X similarity contest. And getting the Y-th prize, where Y>1.

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* Another inversion is the urban legend of celebrity X (insert adlib) appearing incognito on a celebrity X similarity contest. And celebrities entering lookalike contests of themselves and not getting the Y-th prize, where Y>1.top prize.


** The CitizenKane article dubs the movie the Citizen Kane of film.

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** The CitizenKane Film/CitizenKane article dubs the movie the Citizen Kane of film.



* [[Wiki/{{Wikipedia}} That Other Wiki]] also features a [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_tautological_place_names List of tautological place names]]

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* [[Wiki/{{Wikipedia}} That Other Wiki]] also features a [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_tautological_place_names List of tautological place names]]names]].



* SCP-2364 of the Wiki/SCPFoundation is literally this as a concept with physical form

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* SCP-2364 of the Wiki/SCPFoundation is literally this as a concept with physical formform.


* [[ShapedLikeItself/VideoGames Electronic Videogames Which Can Be Played Via Digital Apparatuses (Video Games)]]

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* [[ShapedLikeItself/VideoGames Electronic Videogames Video Games Which Can Be Played Via Digital Apparatuses (Video Games)]]

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