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* '''Double Subverted''': ...pardon me, that's; [[AC:ALICE! RESPECTED LADY OF TROPERVILLE AND HUMBLE SERVANT OF THE PEOPLE!]].

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* '''Double Subverted''': ...pardon me, us, that's; [[AC:ALICE! RESPECTED LADY OF TROPERVILLE AND HUMBLE SERVANT OF THE PEOPLE!]].


* '''Invoked''': ???

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* '''Invoked''': ???Bob's etiquette teacher told him to do this so people respect his title.



* '''Implied''': Bob never speaks in English, but screams a lot. The TranslatorBuddy says, "Bob's introducing himself...still introducing himself..."



%%* '''Implied''': ???

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%%* '''Implied''': ???


* '''Double Subverted''': ...pardon me, that's; '''ALICE! RESPECTED LADY OF TROPERVILLE AND HUMBLE SERVENT OF THE PEOPLE!'''.

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* '''Double Subverted''': ...pardon me, that's; '''ALICE! [[AC:ALICE! RESPECTED LADY OF TROPERVILLE AND HUMBLE SERVENT SERVANT OF THE PEOPLE!'''.PEOPLE!]].



* '''Deconstructed''': Bob's insistence on using his title all the time wears on everyone and costs him the respect he should be due from it.
* '''Reconstructed''': Bob [[LetsGetDangerous ends up having to]] demonstrate that he's very worthy of it and people decide he's earned the right to have his fun.



* '''Invoked''': ???
* '''Exploited''': Bob hams it up so various dignitaries will be too embarrassed to speak to him at formal events unless it's something important.



* '''Discussed''': "Good morning, Bob. We came to a-" "That's '''BOB! LORD OF TROPEVILLE!''', peasant! ...now what can I do for you, my loyal subjects?"

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* '''Discussed''': "Good morning, Bob. We came to a-" "That's '''BOB! [[AC:BOB! LORD OF TROPEVILLE!''', TROPEVILLE!]], peasant! ...now what can I do for you, my loyal subjects?"



* '''Exploited''': Bob hams it up so various dignitaries will be too embarrassed to speak to him at formal events unless it's something important.
* '''Played for Laughs''': Bob's always shouting his title at inappropriate times.
* '''Played for Drama''': Bob is a NobleFugitive, but he's been conditioned from birth to give his title and risks giving himself away with a slip of the tongue.

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* '''Exploited''': '''Deconstructed''': Bob's insistence on using his title all the time wears on everyone and costs him the respect he should be due from it.
* '''Reconstructed''':
Bob hams [[LetsGetDangerous ends up having to]] demonstrate that he's very worthy of it up so various dignitaries will be too embarrassed and people decide he's earned the right to speak to him at formal events unless it's something important.
have his fun.
* '''Played for For Laughs''': Bob's always shouting his title at inappropriate times.
* '''Played for For Drama''': Bob is a NobleFugitive, but he's been conditioned from birth to give his title and risks giving himself away with a slip of the tongue.



Click here to return to '''{{LARGE HAM TITLE}}! RECORD KEEPER OF ALMIGHTY CHARACTER NAMES!'''

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Click here to return to '''{{LARGE HAM TITLE}}! RECORD KEEPER OF ALMIGHTY CHARACTER NAMES!'''NAMES!'''
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%%* '''Implied''': ???
%%* '''Plotted A Good Waste''': ???


* '''Deconstructed''': Bob's insistance on using his title all the time wears on everyone and costs him the respect he should be due from it.

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* '''Deconstructed''': Bob's insistance insistence on using his title all the time wears on everyone and costs him the respect he should be due from it.



* '''Enforced''': Bob's played by a LargeHame who insists on [[HamAndCheese having some fun with the role]].

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* '''Enforced''': Bob's played by a LargeHame LargeHam who insists on [[HamAndCheese having some fun with the role]].



* '''Conversed''': "Oh, [[IncomingHame here comes the Lord of the town]]. I bet he'll insist on using his title all the time!"

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* '''Conversed''': "Oh, [[IncomingHame [[IncomingHam here comes the Lord of the town]]. I bet he'll insist on using his title all the time!"



* '''Played for Drama''': Bob is a NobleFugative, but he's been conditioned from birth to give his title and risks giving himself away with a slip of the tongue.

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* '''Played for Drama''': Bob is a NobleFugative, NobleFugitive, but he's been conditioned from birth to give his title and risks giving himself away with a slip of the tongue.

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