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* The ''VideoGame/SleepingDogs'' DLC "Nightmare In North Point" has Wei run into the ghost of [[spoiler:Vincent]] who died during the main game. He describes being dead as "a drag".


* From ''Film/GroundhogDay'':
-->'''Rita:''' I like to see a man of advancing years throwing caution to the wind. It's inspiring, in a way.
-->'''Phil:''' My years are not advancing as fast as you might think.



* From ''Film/{{A New Hope}}'':
-->'''Threepio:''' Master Luke, sir! Pardon me for asking... but, ah... what should Artoo and I do if we're discovered here?
-->'''Luke:''' Lock the door!
-->'''Han:''' And hope they don't have blasters.
-->'''Threepio:''' That isn't very reassuring.


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* From ''Film/GroundhogDay'':
-->'''Rita:''' I like to see a man of advancing years throwing caution to the wind. It's inspiring, in a way.
-->'''Phil:''' My years are not advancing as fast as you might think.


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* From ''Film/{{A New Hope}}'':
-->'''Threepio:''' Master Luke, sir! Pardon me for asking... but, ah... what should Artoo and I do if we're discovered here?
-->'''Luke:''' Lock the door!
-->'''Han:''' And hope they don't have blasters.
-->'''Threepio:''' That isn't very reassuring.


* From ''Film/GroundhogDay'':
-->'''Rita:''' I like to see a man of advancing years throwing caution to the wind. It's inspiring, in a way.
-->'''Phil:''' My years are not advancing as fast as you might think.



* From ''Film/{{A New Hope}}'':
-->'''Threepio:''' Master Luke, sir! Pardon me for asking... but, ah... what should Artoo and I do if we're discovered here?
-->'''Luke:''' Lock the door!
-->'''Han:''' And hope they don't have blasters.
-->'''Threepio:''' That isn't very reassuring.



* From ''Film/{{A New Hope}}'':
-->'''Threepio:''' Master Luke, sir! Pardon me for asking... but, ah... what should Artoo and I do if we're discovered here?
-->'''Luke:''' Lock the door!
-->'''Han:''' And hope they don't have blasters.
-->'''Threepio:''' That isn't very reassuring.
* From ''Film/GroundhogDay'':
-->'''Rita:''' I like to see a man of advancing years throwing caution to the wind. It's inspiring, in a way.
-->'''Phil:''' My years are not advancing as fast as you might think.[[/folder]]

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* From ''Film/{{A New Hope}}'':
-->'''Threepio:''' Master Luke, sir! Pardon me for asking... but, ah... what should Artoo and I do if we're discovered here?
-->'''Luke:''' Lock the door!
-->'''Han:''' And hope they don't have blasters.
-->'''Threepio:''' That isn't very reassuring.
* From ''Film/GroundhogDay'':
-->'''Rita:''' I like to see a man of advancing years throwing caution to the wind. It's inspiring, in a way.
-->'''Phil:''' My years are not advancing as fast as you might think.
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* From ''Film/{{A New Hope}}'':
-->'''Threepio:''' Master Luke, sir! Pardon me for asking... but, ah... what should Artoo and I do if we're discovered here?
-->'''Luke:''' Lock the door!
-->'''Han:''' And hope they don't have blasters.
-->'''Threepio:''' That isn't very reassuring.
* From ''Film/GroundhogDay'':
-->'''Rita:''' I like to see a man of advancing years throwing caution to the wind. It's inspiring, in a way.
-->'''Phil:''' My years are not advancing as fast as you might think.
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** In ''Film/AvengersEndgame'' Scott calls back to the airport fight scene from ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar'' to identify himself to the Avengers when he shows up at their HQ. In his words, "I was pretty big." He was about ''[[AttackOfThe50FootWhatever 40 to 50 feet tall!]]''


* ''ComicBook/UltimateXMen'': When narrating his origin story, Xavier mentioned that he and Magneto had "something of a falling out". In the image we can see a stick nailed to Xavier's back, which made him unable to walk.

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''ComicBook/UltimateXMen'': When narrating his origin story, Xavier mentioned that he and Magneto had "something of a falling out". In the image we can see a stick nailed to Xavier's back, which made him unable to walk.walk.
** ''ComicBook/AllNewUltimates'': When Lana asks Poey about his absence, he said that he had an emergency. Then he gives in, and confess it: he has been dealing drugs again.

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/ReadyJetGo'' episode "[[Recap/ReadyJetGoS2E12WhoMessedUpTheTreehouseFactOrFiction Who Messed Up the Treehouse?]]", everyone thinks they only left a little bit of trash in the treehouse. However, the treehouse is an utter mess, making this an understatement.

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* In ''Film/JohnWickChapter2'', Aurelio gets in one while detailing the damage to the Mustang and telling John "And I don't know if you've noticed, but you've got a crack in your windshield." The windshield is completely smashed.


Describing an atomic explosion as being "somewhat noisy."

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Describing an atomic explosion as being "somewhat noisy."
noisy".



* In "Drums, Girls, and Dangerous Pie", the parents are loudly arguing when the mom see the children watching.
-->'''Mom''': It's okay. Your father and I were just having a ''little disagreement''.\\
'''Main Character''': [[LampshadeHanging Yeah, and Mount Everest]] [[DeadpanSnarker is a]] ''[[DeadpanSnarker hill]]''.
* "Wellerism" -- binary explosive used by Sam Weller of ''Literature/ThePickwickPapers'' -- was sometimes made of Understatement and Parable:
-->'''Sam Weller''': There's nothin' so refreshen' as sleep, sir, as the servant girl said afore she drank the egg-cupful of laudanum.\\
'''Sam Weller''': Wery sorry to 'casion any personal inconwenience, ma'am, as the housebreaker said to the old lady when he put her on the fire.
* Creator/PeterFHamilton's ''Literature/TheNightsDawnTrilogy'' brings us [[LampshadeHanging this gem]]:
-->'''Adamist Officer''': I've always been a massive admirer of the Edenist ability to understate. But I think defining a chunk of land fifteen kilometers across that suddenly takes flight and wanders off into another dimension as a little problem is possibly the best example yet.\\
'''The Edenist''': I never said ''little''.
* In David Eddings' ''Literature/TheTamuli'' Emperor Sarabian is said, by his ambassador, to use this. A hurricane is "a light breeze"; the loss of half his fleet is "a minor inconvenience"; the imminent collapse of his empire as "some civil unrest." This is a tendency common among Tamuls as they have a [[PlanetOfHats racial tendency toward extreme politeness.]]

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* Creator/DavidEddings:
**
In "Drums, Girls, and Dangerous Pie", the parents are loudly arguing when the mom see the children watching.
-->'''Mom''': It's okay. Your father and I were just having a ''little disagreement''.\\
'''Main Character''': [[LampshadeHanging Yeah, and Mount Everest]] [[DeadpanSnarker is a]] ''[[DeadpanSnarker hill]]''.
* "Wellerism" -- binary explosive used by Sam Weller of ''Literature/ThePickwickPapers'' -- was sometimes made of Understatement and Parable:
-->'''Sam Weller''': There's nothin' so refreshen' as sleep, sir, as the servant girl said afore she drank the egg-cupful of laudanum.\\
'''Sam Weller''': Wery sorry to 'casion any personal inconwenience, ma'am, as the housebreaker said to the old lady when he put her on the fire.
* Creator/PeterFHamilton's ''Literature/TheNightsDawnTrilogy'' brings us [[LampshadeHanging this gem]]:
-->'''Adamist Officer''': I've always been a massive admirer of the Edenist ability to understate. But I think defining a chunk of land fifteen kilometers across that suddenly takes flight and wanders off into another dimension as a little problem is possibly the best example yet.\\
'''The Edenist''': I never said ''little''.
* In David Eddings'
''Literature/TheTamuli'' Emperor Sarabian is said, by his ambassador, to use this. A hurricane is "a light breeze"; the loss of half his fleet is "a minor inconvenience"; the imminent collapse of his empire as "some civil unrest." This is a tendency common among Tamuls as they have a [[PlanetOfHats racial tendency toward extreme politeness.]]



* ''Literature/LeftBehind'': "[[{{Narm}} To say the Israelis were taken by surprise is to say the Great Wall of China is long.]]"
* In the novel ''Literature/SpocksWorld'', Kirk has this to say about his experience in ''[[Recap/StarTrekS2E1AmokTime Amok Time]]'': "Being strangled with an ''anh-woon'' can ruin your day."
* ''This is The Way The World Ends'' by James Morrow: "Chapter 5 -- In Which the Limitations of Civil Defense Are Explicated in a Manner Some Readers May Find Distressing." This is the chapter in which, well... [[spoiler:[[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin look at the bloody title.]]]]
* "I thought you were dead. I lost my temper," says [[Literature/TortallUniverse Daine Sarrasri]], by way of explanation for '''''leveling an imperial palace with SKELETON ZOMBIE DINOSAURS''''' and then setting hyenas on the culprit.
* ''Literature/TheSilverChair'': "And [[TheVamp you]], who have told me a hundred times [[BlatantLies how deeply you pitied me]] for the [[MetaphoricallyTrue sorceries by which I was bound]], will doubtless hear with joy that they are now ended for ever. There was, it seems, some small error in your Ladyship's [[MindControlDevice way of treating them]]."
* ''Literature/ConsiderPhlebas'' by Creator/IainBanks has a brief history of the interstellar war the novel is set in. The "Statistics" section says the war lasted for forty-eight years and a month and saw (among other losses) the death of over 851 billion sentient beings, and the destruction of 91,215,660 ships, 53 planets and moons and six ''stars'', followed by a "Historical perspective":
-->''A small, short war that rarely extended throughout more than .02% of the galaxy and .01% by stellar population... the galaxy's elder civilizations rate the Idiran-Culture war as... one of those singularly interesting Events they see so rarely these days.''
* In the novel version of ''Anime/MobileSuitGundam'', Creator/YoshiyukiTomino mentions that Japan had "technically" lost UsefulNotes/WorldWarII.
* [[Literature/GauntsGhosts Ibram Gaunt]]'s Vox officer Dughan Beltayn has a habit of describing any problem, from Vox interference to major Chaos incursion with "something's awry". Gaunt learns to cut to the chase and ask ''what's'' awry.
* In ''Literature/FromRussiaWithLove'', a Soviet intelligence general says that if they don't do '''something''' to humiliate British intelligence, "There will be ... displeasure."



-->"It is never difficult to distinguish between a Scotsman with a grievance and a ray of sunshine."

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-->"It --->"It is never difficult to distinguish between a Scotsman with a grievance and a ray of sunshine."



-->"I understand he has given uniform satisfaction, sir."
* Discussed in ''Literature/{{Cetaganda}}'' by Creator/LoisMcMasterBujold, in the context of "talking small unsuccessful military campaigns":
-->"The Vervain invasion is now officially described as an unauthorized adventure. The erring officers have been corrected, thank you."\\
"What do they call the Cetagandan invasion of Barrayar in my grandfather's time? A Reconnaissance in force?"\\
"When they mention it at all, yes."\\
"All twenty ''years'' of it?"

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-->"I --->"I understand he has given uniform satisfaction, sir."
----
* Discussed in ''Literature/{{Cetaganda}}'' by Creator/LoisMcMasterBujold, A brief one in the context ''Literature/BattleTechExpandedUniverse'' novel ''Assumption of "talking Risk'', where Galen Cox is asked to describe the impromptu Solaris honor duel he was just in, fighting two SmallNameBigEgo Mechwarriors alongside [[TheAce Kai Allard Liao]]. In the fight, he had jumped his ''Crusader''--far and away the smallest and most fragile of the four 'Mechs partaking in the duel--between two heavily armed enemy Assault 'Mechs, landing on an elevated platform barely five meters wide (which is about the width of his ''Crusader''). He proceeds to describe his choice of position as 'a bit narrow and a tad warm.'
* ''Literature/TheChroniclesOfNarnia'': ''Literature/TheSilverChair'': "And [[TheVamp you]], who have told me a hundred times [[BlatantLies how deeply you pitied me]] for the [[MetaphoricallyTrue sorceries by which I was bound]], will doubtless hear with joy that they are now ended for ever. There was, it seems, some
small unsuccessful military campaigns":
-->"The Vervain invasion
error in your Ladyship's [[MindControlDevice way of treating them]]."
* ''Literature/TheCulture'': ''Literature/ConsiderPhlebas'' has a brief history of the interstellar war the novel
is now officially described as an unauthorized adventure. set in. The erring officers have been corrected, thank you."\\
"What do
"Statistics" section says the war lasted for forty-eight years and a month and saw (among other losses) the death of over 851 billion sentient beings, and the destruction of 91,215,660 ships, 53 planets and moons and six ''stars'', followed by a "Historical perspective":
-->''A small, short war that rarely extended throughout more than .02% of the galaxy and .01% by stellar population... the galaxy's elder civilizations rate the Idiran-Culture war as... one of those singularly interesting Events
they call the Cetagandan invasion of Barrayar in my grandfather's time? A Reconnaissance in force?"\\
"When they mention it at all, yes."\\
"All twenty ''years'' of it?"
see so rarely these days.''



* In ''Literature/SplinterOfTheMindsEye'', just as in the comics example above, Luke tends towards these. Lampshaded by Leia in a fit of PurpleProse.
--> "You have this wonderfully evocative way about you, Luke, of reducing the most excruciatingly uncomfortable circumstances to the merely mundane."
** Luke hangs on to this tendency over the decades. In Literature/FateOfTheJedi someone says it looks like he's made the understatement of the year.
* Creator/GKChesterton's poem "Wine and Water" contains this gem:
-->The cataract of the cliff of heaven fell blinding off the brink\\
As if it would wash the stars away as suds go down a sink.\\
The seven heavens came roaring down for the throats of hell to drink,\\
And Noah he cocked his eye and said, "It looks like rain, I think."

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* In ''Literature/SplinterOfTheMindsEye'', ''Literature/TheDivineComedy'', Dante's friend, Forese, agrees to name his neighbors in Purgatory by saying "It isn't forbidden", a sardonic response in light of the fact that they are all so [[NothingButSkinAndBones emaciated and hollow]] that names are necessary to distinguish them.
* In ''Literature/DrumsGirlsAndDangerousPie'', the parents are loudly arguing when the mom see the children watching.
-->'''Mom''': It's okay. Your father and I were
just as in the comics example above, Luke tends towards these. Lampshaded by Leia in having a fit of PurpleProse.
--> "You have this wonderfully evocative way about you, Luke, of reducing the most excruciatingly uncomfortable circumstances
''little disagreement''.\\
'''Main Character''': [[LampshadeHanging Yeah, and Mount Everest]] [[DeadpanSnarker is a]] ''[[DeadpanSnarker hill]]''.
* In ''Literature/FromRussiaWithLove'', a Soviet intelligence general says that if they don't do '''something'''
to the merely mundane.humiliate British intelligence, "There will be ... displeasure."
** Luke hangs on * ''Literature/LeftBehind'': "[[{{Narm}} To say the Israelis were taken by surprise is to say the Great Wall of China is long.]]"
* In the novel version of ''Anime/MobileSuitGundam'', Creator/YoshiyukiTomino mentions that Japan had "technically" lost UsefulNotes/WorldWarII.
* Creator/PeterFHamilton's ''Literature/TheNightsDawnTrilogy'' brings us [[LampshadeHanging
this tendency over the decades. In Literature/FateOfTheJedi someone says it looks like he's made the understatement gem]]:
-->'''Adamist Officer''': I've always been a massive admirer
of the year.
* Creator/GKChesterton's poem "Wine
Edenist ability to understate. But I think defining a chunk of land fifteen kilometers across that suddenly takes flight and Water" contains this gem:
-->The cataract of
wanders off into another dimension as a little problem is possibly the cliff of heaven fell blinding off the brink\\
As if it would wash the stars away as suds go down a sink.
best example yet.\\
The seven heavens came roaring down for '''The Edenist''': I never said ''little''.
* "Wellerism" -- binary explosive used by Sam Weller of ''Literature/ThePickwickPapers'' -- was sometimes made of Understatement and Parable:
-->'''Sam Weller''': There's nothin' so refreshen' as sleep, sir, as
the throats servant girl said afore she drank the egg-cupful of hell laudanum.\\
'''Sam Weller''': Wery sorry
to drink,\\
And Noah
'casion any personal inconwenience, ma'am, as the housebreaker said to the old lady when he cocked his eye and said, "It looks like rain, I think."put her on the fire.



* A brief one in the ''Literature/BattleTechExpandedUniverse'' novel "Assumption of Risk," where Galen Cox is asked to describe the impromptu Solaris honor duel he was just in, fighting two SmallNameBigEgo Mechwarriors alongside [[TheAce Kai Allard Liao]]. In the fight, he had jumped his ''Crusader''--far and away the smallest and most fragile of the four 'Mechs partaking in the duel--between two heavily armed enemy Assault 'Mechs, landing on an elevated platform barely five meters wide (which is about the width of his ''Crusader''). He proceeds to describe his choice of position as 'a bit narrow and a tad warm.'
* ''Literature/{{Edgedancer}}'' (a novella of ''Literature/TheStormlightArchive''): When Nale's AbsurdlySharpBlade slams into him at full force, Wyndle's only reaction is "''ow''". On one hand, he's an AbsurdlySharpBlade himself, and LikeCannotCutLike. On the other, "full force" means a lot when the person dishing it out is a OneManArmy.
* In ''Literature/TheWitchlands'', after Aeduen completely loses his mind when faced with a large fire, he comments in his narration that it had... unsettled him.
* In ''Literature/TheDivineComedy'', Dante's friend, Forese, agrees to name his neighbors in Purgatory by saying "It isn't forbidden," a sardonic response in light of the fact that they are all so [[NothingButSkinAndBones emaciated and hollow]] that names are necessary to distinguish them.

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* A brief one In the novel ''Literature/SpocksWorld'', Kirk has this to say about his experience in ''[[Recap/StarTrekS2E1AmokTime Amok Time]]'': "Being strangled with an ''anh-woon'' can ruin your day."
* ''Franchise/StarWarsLegends'':
** In ''Literature/SplinterOfTheMindsEye'', just as
in the ''Literature/BattleTechExpandedUniverse'' novel "Assumption comics example above, Luke tends towards these. Lampshaded by Leia in a fit of Risk," where Galen Cox is asked to describe PurpleProse.
---> "You have this wonderfully evocative way about you, Luke, of reducing
the impromptu Solaris honor duel he was just in, fighting two SmallNameBigEgo Mechwarriors alongside [[TheAce Kai Allard Liao]]. In the fight, he had jumped his ''Crusader''--far and away the smallest and most fragile excruciatingly uncomfortable circumstances to the merely mundane."
** Luke hangs on to this tendency over the decades. In ''Literature/FateOfTheJedi'', someone says it looks like he's made the understatement
of the four 'Mechs partaking in the duel--between two heavily armed enemy Assault 'Mechs, landing on an elevated platform barely five meters wide (which is about the width of his ''Crusader''). He proceeds to describe his choice of position as 'a bit narrow and a tad warm.'
year.
* ''Literature/{{Edgedancer}}'' (a ''Literature/TheStormlightArchive'' novella of ''Literature/TheStormlightArchive''): ''Literature/{{Edgedancer}}'': When Nale's AbsurdlySharpBlade slams into him at full force, Wyndle's only reaction is "''ow''". On one hand, he's an AbsurdlySharpBlade himself, and LikeCannotCutLike. On the other, "full force" means a lot when the person dishing it out is a OneManArmy.
* ''This is The Way The World Ends'' by James Morrow: "Chapter 5 -- In Which the Limitations of Civil Defense Are Explicated in a Manner Some Readers May Find Distressing." This is the chapter in which, well... [[spoiler:[[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin look at the bloody title.]]]]
* ''Literature/TortallUniverse'': "I thought you were dead. I lost my temper," says [[Literature/TheImmortals Daine Sarrasri]], by way of explanation for '''''leveling an imperial palace with SKELETON ZOMBIE DINOSAURS''''' and then setting hyenas on the culprit.
* ''Literature/VorkosiganSaga'': Discussed in ''Literature/{{Cetaganda}}'' in the context of "talking small unsuccessful military campaigns":
-->"The Vervain invasion is now officially described as an unauthorized adventure. The erring officers have been corrected, thank you."\\
"What do they call the Cetagandan invasion of Barrayar in my grandfather's time? A Reconnaissance in force?"\\
"When they mention it at all, yes."\\
"All twenty ''years'' of it?"
* ''TabletopGame/Warhammer40000'': [[Literature/GauntsGhosts Ibram Gaunt]]'s Vox officer Dughan Beltayn has a habit of describing any problem, from Vox interference to major Chaos incursion with "something's awry". Gaunt learns to cut to the chase and ask ''what's'' awry.
* Creator/GKChesterton's poem "Wine and Water" contains this gem:
-->The cataract of the cliff of heaven fell blinding off the brink\\
As if it would wash the stars away as suds go down a sink.\\
The seven heavens came roaring down for the throats of hell to drink,\\
And Noah he cocked his eye and said, "It looks like rain, I think."
* In ''Literature/TheWitchlands'', after Aeduen Aeduan completely loses his mind when faced with a large fire, he comments in his narration that it had... unsettled him.
* In ''Literature/TheDivineComedy'', Dante's friend, Forese, agrees to name his neighbors in Purgatory by saying "It isn't forbidden," a sardonic response in light of the fact that they are all so [[NothingButSkinAndBones emaciated and hollow]] that names are necessary to distinguish them.
him.


* In ''WebComic/StandStillStaySilent'', a little of this happens as Reynir gets told, then realizes on his own, that the food crate in which he hid was destined to a crew exploring the ForbiddenZone rather than the safe zone in which he was hoping to have a vacation of sorts. The fact that there is a high risk of a disease to which he isn't immune in said ForbiddenZone only starts to describe the implications of him ending up there.

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* In ''WebComic/StandStillStaySilent'', ''Webcomic/StandStillStaySilent'', a little of this happens as Reynir gets told, then realizes on his own, that the food crate in which he hid was destined to a crew exploring the ForbiddenZone rather than the safe zone in which he was hoping to have a vacation of sorts. The fact that there is a high risk of a deadly disease to which he isn't immune in said ForbiddenZone only starts to describe the implications of him ending up there.there.
-->'''Reynir:''' Umm... Iiiiii think I maybe got off at the wrong place.\\
'''Mikkel:''' Yes, I believe it's safe to assume as much.


* ''Theatre/RomeoAndJuliet''. Mercutio is fatally stabbed in a fight with Tybalt. When Benvolio asks if he's hurt, Mercutio replies, "[[TearJerker Ay, a scratch]].", then follows with, "But 'tis enough, 'twill serve." when he realizes that he's dying. In a play where ''everything'' is overstated and exaggerated, his understatement shows us how bad the situation really is, making it that much more heartbreaking.

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* ''Theatre/RomeoAndJuliet''. Mercutio is fatally stabbed in a fight with Tybalt. When Benvolio asks if he's hurt, Mercutio replies, "[[TearJerker Ay, a scratch]].", then follows with, "But 'tis enough, 'twill serve." when he realizes that he's dying. In a play where ''everything'' is overstated and exaggerated, his understatement shows us how bad the situation really is, making it that much more heartbreaking. Zeffirelli's film adaptation makes it all the more tragic by showing that even after Mercutio carks it, everyone ''still'' believes he's playing around until someone discovers a bloody spot on him. Even the music that plays at that moment indicates that shit is ''really'' about to go down.


* ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'': In "Francine's Flashback", Stan mentions that the last time he [[ForgottenAnniversary forgot his and Francine's anniversary]], he got onto a big fight with her. And by "big fight", he meant a NoHoldsBarredBeatdown so bad, it became an episode of ''Series/{{Cops}}''.

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* ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'': ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'':
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In "Francine's Flashback", Stan mentions that the last time he [[ForgottenAnniversary forgot his and Francine's anniversary]], he got onto a big fight with her. And by "big fight", he meant a NoHoldsBarredBeatdown so bad, it became an episode of ''Series/{{Cops}}''.''Series/{{Cops}}''.
** In "Fart-Break Hotel", Stan makes Roger eat Francine's okra dinner even after Roger states okra gives him a bad case of gas without elaborating. The following night, the family is forced to evacuate the house when Roger's okra-induced farts fill the entire building, threatening to suffocate everyone. The hazmat team that gets called in tells Stan that whatever Roger produced is off-the-charts toxic, requiring a week to sanitize the house.


* From the final level of VideoGame/''Left4Dead2'':

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* From the final level of VideoGame/''Left4Dead2'':''VideoGame/Left4Dead2'':

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* From the final level of VideoGame/''Left4Dead2'':
--> '''Soldier:''' "... Are you ''immune''? Have you encountered the infected?"\\
'''Coach:''' "''Encountered''? Boy, I am covered in zombie blood and puke and eyeballs and twenty other parts I don't even recognize. We are immune as SHIT."


* ''Webcomic/ElGoonishShive'': Noah and his guardian, Mr. Raven, are discussing Noah's schoolmate Grace. When Noah shares his theory that Grace is the one who killed [[PhysicalGod Damien]], Raven is incredulous.

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* ''Webcomic/ElGoonishShive'': Noah and his guardian, Mr. Raven, are discussing Noah's schoolmate Grace. When Noah shares his theory that Grace is the one who killed [[PhysicalGod Damien]], Raven is incredulous.[[http://egscomics.com/comic/2011-12-12 incredulous]].

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