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* ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DQkEGnV3Cwc Dumb Lawyer Quotes IRL but in Ace Attorney]]'' is, [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin as the name implies]], ''Franchise/AceAttorney'' characters re-enacting lawyers asking stupid questions in court. However, in some of the later videos, the witnesses are sometimes the ones who are saying the stupid things, while the lawyers are reasonably intelligent.


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* The ''Website/{{Cracked}}'' article "[[http://www.cracked.com/blog/the-best-order-to-watch-star-wars-movies/ The Best Order To Watch The Star Wars Movies]]" may suggest it's about a specific viewing order of the Franchise/StarWars movies released at the time. While it does start off on that subject (specifically about [[http://www.nomachetejuggling.com/2011/11/11/the-star-wars-saga-suggested-viewing-order/ the Machete order]]), the main bulk of the article is an "I can do better" piece by Luis Prada creating his own four viewing orders of the movies. A more accurate title for the article would have been "4 Attempts To One-Up On The Star Wars Machete Order."



* {{Discussed}} in the ''Franchise/ScoobyDoo'' episode of WebOriginal/ReviewedIn10WordsOrLess. As a rule, the quality of a ''Scooby Doo'' movie is inversely related to how bad its name is. ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooAndTheCyberChase?'' Cool name, bad movie. ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooLegendOfThePhantosaur?'' Terrible name, great movie.



* Music/SiIvaGunner:
** ''King For a Day'' tournaments are intended to let the winner take over the channel for a day, or at least as close to a full 24-hour day as they can approximate. Unregistered [=HyperCam=] 2, winner of the first tournament, stayed King for two days, while his successor [[VideoGame/JetSetRadio DJ Professor K]] stayed on for a ''week''.
*** DJ Professor K's reign exaggerates this: For starters, he hosted a "24-hour broadcast" that was really a ''33''-hour broadcast made up of 11-hour loops. Then it took days to upload all 243 songs made for the event, expecting to be done by the fourth of July; it took him until July 7th. Lampshaded by the man himself, who very late into the game jokingly called himself "your king for [[{{Understatement}} slightly longer than a day]]".
** Creator/CartoonNetwork Day lasted a typical broadcast schedule for the channel. Its themed counterpart Creator/AdultSwim Night, on the other hand, went long past the usual schedule, into the next day, and ended in the early morning the day after that.



* The ''Website/{{Cracked}}'' article "[[http://www.cracked.com/blog/the-best-order-to-watch-star-wars-movies/ The Best Order To Watch The Star Wars Movies]]" may suggest it's about a specific viewing order of the Franchise/StarWars movies released at the time. While it does start off on that subject (specifically about [[http://www.nomachetejuggling.com/2011/11/11/the-star-wars-saga-suggested-viewing-order/ the Machete order]]), the main bulk of the article is an "I can do better" piece by Luis Prada creating his own four viewing orders of the movies. A more accurate title for the article would have been "4 Attempts To One-Up On The Star Wars Machete Order."
* {{Discussed}} in the ''Franchise/ScoobyDoo'' episode of WebOriginal/ReviewedIn10WordsOrLess. As a rule, the quality of a ''Scooby Doo'' movie is inversely related to how bad its name is. ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooAndTheCyberChase?'' Cool name, bad movie. ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooLegendOfThePhantosaur?'' Terrible name, great movie.
* Music/SiIvaGunner:
** ''King For a Day'' tournaments are intended to let the winner take over the channel for a day, or at least as close to a full 24-hour day as they can approximate. Unregistered [=HyperCam=] 2, winner of the first tournament, stayed King for two days, while his successor [[VideoGame/JetSetRadio DJ Professor K]] stayed on for a ''week''.
*** DJ Professor K's reign exaggerates this: For starters, he hosted a "24-hour broadcast" that was really a ''33''-hour broadcast made up of 11-hour loops. Then it took days to upload all 243 songs made for the event, expecting to be done by the fourth of July; it took him until July 7th. Lampshaded by the man himself, who very late into the game jokingly called himself "your king for [[{{Understatement}} slightly longer than a day]]".
** Creator/CartoonNetwork Day lasted a typical broadcast schedule for the channel. Its themed counterpart Creator/AdultSwim Night, on the other hand, went long past the usual schedule, into the next day, and ended in the early morning the day after that.

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* The ''Website/{{Cracked}}'' article "[[http://www.cracked.com/blog/the-best-order-to-watch-star-wars-movies/ The Best Order To Watch The Star Wars Movies]]" may suggest it's about a specific viewing order of the Franchise/StarWars movies released at the time. While it does start off on that subject (specifically about [[http://www.nomachetejuggling.com/2011/11/11/the-star-wars-saga-suggested-viewing-order/ the Machete order]]), the main bulk of the article is an "I can do better" piece by Luis Prada creating his own four viewing orders of the movies. A more accurate title for the article would have been "4 Attempts To One-Up On The Star Wars Machete Order."
* {{Discussed}} in the ''Franchise/ScoobyDoo'' episode of WebOriginal/ReviewedIn10WordsOrLess. As a rule, the quality of a ''Scooby Doo'' movie is inversely related to how bad its name is. ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooAndTheCyberChase?'' Cool name, bad movie. ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooLegendOfThePhantosaur?'' Terrible name, great movie.
* Music/SiIvaGunner:
** ''King For a Day'' tournaments are intended to let the winner take over the channel for a day, or at least as close to a full 24-hour day as they can approximate. Unregistered [=HyperCam=] 2, winner of the first tournament, stayed King for two days, while his successor [[VideoGame/JetSetRadio DJ Professor K]] stayed on for a ''week''.
*** DJ Professor K's reign exaggerates this: For starters, he hosted a "24-hour broadcast" that was really a ''33''-hour broadcast made up of 11-hour loops. Then it took days to upload all 243 songs made for the event, expecting to be done by the fourth of July; it took him until July 7th. Lampshaded by the man himself, who very late into the game jokingly called himself "your king for [[{{Understatement}} slightly longer than a day]]".
** Creator/CartoonNetwork Day lasted a typical broadcast schedule for the channel. Its themed counterpart Creator/AdultSwim Night, on the other hand, went long past the usual schedule, into the next day, and ended in the early morning the day after that.


** Creator/CartoonNetwork Day lasted a typical broadcast schedule for the channel. Its themed counterpart Creator/AdultSwim Night, on the other hand, went long past the usual schedule, into the next day, and ended the early morning the day after that.

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** Creator/CartoonNetwork Day lasted a typical broadcast schedule for the channel. Its themed counterpart Creator/AdultSwim Night, on the other hand, went long past the usual schedule, into the next day, and ended in the early morning the day after that.


* Music/SiIvaGunner's ''King For a Day'' tournaments are intended to let the winner take over the channel for a day, or at least as close to a full 24-hour day as they can approximate. Unregistered [=HyperCam=] 2, winner of the first tournament, stayed King for two days, while his successor [[VideoGame/JetSetRadio DJ Professor K]] stayed on for a ''week''.
** DJ Professor K's reign exaggerates this: For starters, he hosted a "24-hour broadcast" that was really a ''33''-hour broadcast made up of 11-hour loops. Then it took days to upload all 243 songs made for the event, expecting to be done by the fourth of July; it took him until July 7th. Lampshaded by the man himself, who very late into the game jokingly called himself "your king for [[{{Understatement}} slightly longer than a day]]".

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* Music/SiIvaGunner's Music/SiIvaGunner:
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''King For a Day'' tournaments are intended to let the winner take over the channel for a day, or at least as close to a full 24-hour day as they can approximate. Unregistered [=HyperCam=] 2, winner of the first tournament, stayed King for two days, while his successor [[VideoGame/JetSetRadio DJ Professor K]] stayed on for a ''week''.
** *** DJ Professor K's reign exaggerates this: For starters, he hosted a "24-hour broadcast" that was really a ''33''-hour broadcast made up of 11-hour loops. Then it took days to upload all 243 songs made for the event, expecting to be done by the fourth of July; it took him until July 7th. Lampshaded by the man himself, who very late into the game jokingly called himself "your king for [[{{Understatement}} slightly longer than a day]]".day]]".
** Creator/CartoonNetwork Day lasted a typical broadcast schedule for the channel. Its themed counterpart Creator/AdultSwim Night, on the other hand, went long past the usual schedule, into the next day, and ended the early morning the day after that.


* In ''Wiki/SCPFoundation'' the "Safe" designation is extremely misleading to anyone with a normal definition of safe. It refers to how difficult the object is to contain and how well it's effects are understood, rather than if the object or being is dangerous or not. For example in the video game ''VideoGame/SCPContainmentBreach'', a skull that instantly kills anyone who touches it is designated as Safe despite being obviously very dangerous. However it's effects are well understood (you touch, you die), how to prevent the effect from occurring is known and understood (don't touch it), and it can easily and safely be contained (it doesn't move and makes no attempts to escape being contained). As a result it is "Safe" by the Foundations standards.

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* In ''Wiki/SCPFoundation'' the "Safe" designation is extremely misleading to anyone with a normal definition of safe. It refers to how difficult the object is to contain and how well it's its effects are understood, rather than if the object or being is dangerous or not. For example example, in the video game ''VideoGame/SCPContainmentBreach'', a skull that instantly kills anyone who touches it is designated as Safe despite being obviously very dangerous. However it's However, its effects are well understood (you touch, you die), how to prevent the effect from occurring is known and understood (don't touch it), and it can easily and safely be contained (it doesn't move and makes no attempts to escape being contained). As a result it is "Safe" by the Foundations Foundation's standards.


** The usage of "autism" and "faggot" as insults. They aren't insulting autistic people or homosexuals, the two words have simply become generic insults within the community, which can be greatly confusing for newcomers.

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** The usage of "autism" and "faggot" as insults. They aren't insulting used to mock people who are actually autistic people or homosexuals, homosexual, the two words have simply become be used so much as generic insults within the community, community that they've largely lost their original meaning, which can be greatly confusing for newcomers.



* In ''Wiki/SCPFoundation'' objects that are designated "Safe" are often still potentially very dangerous; the designation refers more to the level of precaution that needs to be taken to stop the object from using that potential and how well understood the effects of using the object are. For example in the video game ''VideoGame/SCPContainmentBreach'', a skull that instantly kills anyone who touches it is designated as Safe. The reason is as follows: Its effects are well-known and completely explored (you touch, you die), how to prevent the effect from occurring is known and understood (don't touch it), and it isn't actively malicious or trying to seek out victims (it won't jump at you if you leave it on a table).

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* In ''Wiki/SCPFoundation'' objects that are designated the "Safe" are often still potentially very dangerous; the designation is extremely misleading to anyone with a normal definition of safe. It refers more to the level of precaution that needs to be taken to stop how difficult the object from using that potential is to contain and how well understood the it's effects of using are understood, rather than if the object are. or being is dangerous or not. For example in the video game ''VideoGame/SCPContainmentBreach'', a skull that instantly kills anyone who touches it is designated as Safe. The reason is as follows: Its Safe despite being obviously very dangerous. However it's effects are well-known and completely explored well understood (you touch, you die), how to prevent the effect from occurring is known and understood (don't touch it), and it isn't actively malicious or trying to seek out victims can easily and safely be contained (it won't jump at you if you leave doesn't move and makes no attempts to escape being contained). As a result it on a table).is "Safe" by the Foundations standards.


** Have you ever tried to make your first page draft over at the Trope Launch Pad, saw the text box labelled "Trope Laconic '''Title'''", then took it to mean you were supposed to type in some alternate title apart from the actual working title? If you ended up this instead of typing in a '''laconic, one-sentence summary''' as intended, [[NoobBridge you're not alone]]. We all made this mistake in our greenhorn days as Tropers.

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** Have you ever tried to make your first page draft over at the Trope Launch Pad, saw the text box labelled "Trope Laconic '''Title'''", then took it to mean you were supposed to type in some alternate title apart from the actual working title? If you ended up doing this instead of typing in a '''laconic, one-sentence summary''' as intended, [[NoobBridge you're not alone]]. We all made this mistake in our greenhorn days as Tropers.


** Have you ever tried to make your first page draft over at the Trope Launch Pad, saw the text box labelled "Trope Laconic '''Title'''", then took it to mean you were supposed to type in some alternate title apart from the actual working title? If you ended up doing so instead of typing in a '''laconic, one-sentence summary''' as intended, [[NoobBridge you're not alone]]. We all made this mistake in our early days as Tropers.

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** Have you ever tried to make your first page draft over at the Trope Launch Pad, saw the text box labelled "Trope Laconic '''Title'''", then took it to mean you were supposed to type in some alternate title apart from the actual working title? If you ended up doing so this instead of typing in a '''laconic, one-sentence summary''' as intended, [[NoobBridge you're not alone]]. We all made this mistake in our early greenhorn days as Tropers.


** Have you ever tried to make your first page draft over at the Trope Launch Pad, saw the text box labelled "Trope Laconic '''Title'''", then took it to mean you were supposed to type in some alternate title apart from the actual working title? If you ended up doing so instead of typing in a laconic, one-sentence '''summary''' as intended, [[NoobBridge you're not alone]]. We all made this mistake in our early days as Tropers.

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** Have you ever tried to make your first page draft over at the Trope Launch Pad, saw the text box labelled "Trope Laconic '''Title'''", then took it to mean you were supposed to type in some alternate title apart from the actual working title? If you ended up doing so instead of typing in a laconic, '''laconic, one-sentence '''summary''' summary''' as intended, [[NoobBridge you're not alone]]. We all made this mistake in our early days as Tropers.

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** Have you ever tried to make your first page draft over at the Trope Launch Pad, saw the text box labelled "Trope Laconic '''Title'''", then took it to mean you were supposed to type in some alternate title apart from the actual working title? If you ended up doing so instead of typing in a laconic, one-sentence '''summary''' as intended, [[NoobBridge you're not alone]]. We all made this mistake in our early days as Tropers.


* Music/SiIvaGunner's ''King For a Day'' tournaments are intended to let the winner take over the channel for a day, or at least as close to a full 24 day as they can approximate. Unregistered [=HyperCam=] 2, winner of the first tournament, stayed King for two days, while his successor [[VideoGame/JetSetRadio DJ Professor K]] stayed on for a ''week''.

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* Music/SiIvaGunner's ''King For a Day'' tournaments are intended to let the winner take over the channel for a day, or at least as close to a full 24 24-hour day as they can approximate. Unregistered [=HyperCam=] 2, winner of the first tournament, stayed King for two days, while his successor [[VideoGame/JetSetRadio DJ Professor K]] stayed on for a ''week''.


** DJ Professor K's reign exaggerates this: For starters, he hosted a "24-hour broadcast" that was really a ''33''-hour broadcast made up of 11-hour loops. Then it took days to upload all 243 songs made for the event, expecting to be done by the fourth of July; it took him until July 7th. Lampshaded by the man himself, who very late into the game called himself "your king for [[{{Understatement}} slightly longer than a day]]".

to:

** DJ Professor K's reign exaggerates this: For starters, he hosted a "24-hour broadcast" that was really a ''33''-hour broadcast made up of 11-hour loops. Then it took days to upload all 243 songs made for the event, expecting to be done by the fourth of July; it took him until July 7th. Lampshaded by the man himself, who very late into the game jokingly called himself "your king for [[{{Understatement}} slightly longer than a day]]".

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* Music/SiIvaGunner's ''King For a Day'' tournaments are intended to let the winner take over the channel for a day, or at least as close to a full 24 day as they can approximate. Unregistered [=HyperCam=] 2, winner of the first tournament, stayed King for two days, while his successor [[VideoGame/JetSetRadio DJ Professor K]] stayed on for a ''week''.
** DJ Professor K's reign exaggerates this: For starters, he hosted a "24-hour broadcast" that was really a ''33''-hour broadcast made up of 11-hour loops. Then it took days to upload all 243 songs made for the event, expecting to be done by the fourth of July; it took him until July 7th. Lampshaded by the man himself, who very late into the game called himself "your king for [[{{Understatement}} slightly longer than a day]]".


** In response to /r/worldpolitics being overrun with hentai in May 2020, the sub /r/anime_titties was created to discuss world politics.

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** In response to /r/worldpolitics being overrun with hentai in May 2020, 2020 (a form of protest by the sub's users who had issues with certain moderation policies), the sub /r/anime_titties was created to actually discuss world politics.


* The ''Website/{{Cracked}}'' article "[[http://www.cracked.com/blog/the-best-order-to-watch-star-wars-movies/ The Best Order To Watch The Star Wars Movies]]" may suggest it's about a specific viewing order of the Franchise/StarWars movies released at the time. While it does start off on that subject (specifically about [[http://www.nomachetejuggling.com/2011/11/11/the-star-wars-saga-suggested-viewing-order/ the Machete order]]), the main bulk of the article is an "I can do better" piece by Luis Prada creating his own four viewing orders of the movies. A more accurate title for the article would have been "4 Attempts To One-Up On The Star Wars Machete Order".

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* The ''Website/{{Cracked}}'' article "[[http://www.cracked.com/blog/the-best-order-to-watch-star-wars-movies/ The Best Order To Watch The Star Wars Movies]]" may suggest it's about a specific viewing order of the Franchise/StarWars movies released at the time. While it does start off on that subject (specifically about [[http://www.nomachetejuggling.com/2011/11/11/the-star-wars-saga-suggested-viewing-order/ the Machete order]]), the main bulk of the article is an "I can do better" piece by Luis Prada creating his own four viewing orders of the movies. A more accurate title for the article would have been "4 Attempts To One-Up On The Star Wars Machete Order".Order."
* {{Discussed}} in the ''Franchise/ScoobyDoo'' episode of WebOriginal/ReviewedIn10WordsOrLess. As a rule, the quality of a ''Scooby Doo'' movie is inversely related to how bad its name is. ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooAndTheCyberChase?'' Cool name, bad movie. ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooLegendOfThePhantosaur?'' Terrible name, great movie.

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