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* The Honeycomb Craver's "Me! Want! HONEYCOMB!"

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* The Honeycomb Craver's "Me! Want! HONEYCOMB!"HONEYCOMB!"
* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mJbe8napP_I In one Visa ad]], a chef (and the rest of the restaurant staff) flips out when a guest, Creator/ZhangZiyi, complains that her soup is too salty. [[EverybodyWasKungFuFighting Mayhem ensues]].
--> '''Zhang Zi Yi''': The soup is too salty.\\
'''The chef''': It. Is. ''Not! Too!'' '''''Salty!!!'''''


* FXX's ''[[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons Simpsons]]'' marathon: '''Every. Simpsons. Ever.'''

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* FXX's ''[[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons Simpsons]]'' marathon: '''Every. Simpsons. Ever.''''''
* The Honeycomb Craver's "Me! Want! HONEYCOMB!"


* FXX's ''[[TheSimpsons Simpsons]]'' marathon: '''Every. Simpsons. Ever.'''

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* FXX's ''[[TheSimpsons ''[[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons Simpsons]]'' marathon: '''Every. Simpsons. Ever.'''


* '''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-i6paIlKTnE WHY! WON'T! THIS! WIG! COME! OFF!?]]'''

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* '''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-i6paIlKTnE WHY! WON'T! THIS! WIG! COME! OFF!?]]'''OFF!?]]'''
* FXX's ''[[TheSimpsons Simpsons]]'' marathon: '''Every. Simpsons. Ever.'''


* The ''Bundeswehr'' (the German Army) and its ad slogan "Wir.Dienen.Deutschland." [[note]]We.Serve.Germany.[[/note]].

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* The ''Bundeswehr'' ''[[UsefulNotes/WeAreNotTheWehrmacht Bundeswehr]]'' (the German Army) and its ad slogan "Wir.Dienen.Deutschland." [[note]]We.Serve.Germany.[[/note]].


** Which has made it the subject of a number [[TheWheirdHalf of]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vevsB1HC9Zk parodies]].

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** Which has made it the subject of a number [[TheWheirdHalf [[WebVideo/TheWheirdHalf of]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vevsB1HC9Zk parodies]].

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** Which has made it the subject of a number [[TheWheirdHalf of]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vevsB1HC9Zk parodies]].


* The ''Bundeswehr'' (the German Army) and its ad slogan "Wir.Dienen.Deutschland." [[note]]We.Serve.Germany.[[/note]].

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* The ''Bundeswehr'' (the German Army) and its ad slogan "Wir.Dienen.Deutschland." [[note]]We.Serve.Germany.[[/note]].[[/note]].
* '''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-i6paIlKTnE WHY! WON'T! THIS! WIG! COME! OFF!?]]'''

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* As is the case with many tropes, this one's even been used in advertising. Case in point? "Hot! Juicy! Burger!"
* Used memorably in an ad for ADT Security Services, by a man who is very enthused that he can go on vacation! And ''finally!'' BE ABLE TO ''RELAX!!''
* [[CanadaEh My name is Joe, and]] '''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BRI-A3vakVg I! AM! CANADIAN!!!]]'''
* '''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GvJFJz5N62o I'M PRINCIPAL WILSON! I'M PRINCIPAL WILSON!!!]]'''
** '''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dDASxk5kiDw&feature=channel IT! WILL! BE! TOWED!!!!!!]]'''
* Visually done with every action movie trailer in existence: '''HEADS''' ''(random trailer footage)'' '''WILL''' ''(more random trailer footage)'' '''ROLL''' ''(even more random trailer footage)''
** This summer... Creator/DonLaFontaine IS... ''Announcing Things Dramatically''.
* All. Senior. Citizens. Should. Have. '''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=52RHVQ9Ybqo Life Alert.]]'''
* '''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ichgdfsd2DE WETTER! IS! BETTER!!!]]'''
* Wrangler: Real. Comfortable. Jeans.
* TI...MO...TEI [[note]] Timotei is a European shampoo brand that was also sold in Japan. The now famous scene from Anime/LuckyStar (which itself spawned an equally famous meme) has Konata mocking the Japanese commercials.[[/note]]
* NOT! HAPPY! JAN! (fellow Australians will remember an ad for the yellow pages in which a company member forgot to put an ad in the aforementioned book and the manager/boss/whatever opens the window to see the member running away form the building and yelling out the line)
* Joseph! A! Bank!
* The ''Bundeswehr'' (the German Army) and its ad slogan "Wir.Dienen.Deutschland." [[note]]We.Serve.Germany.[[/note]].

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