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* With the revamp of Website/ScrewAttack's website, ratings can be given up to eleven. [[FanDumb If you care enough.]]

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* With the revamp of Website/ScrewAttack's website, ratings can be given up to eleven. [[FanDumb If you care enough.]]

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* ''WebAnimation/DSBTInsaniT'': While the episodes of the series aren't exactly good for a quick sit-down, none of them clocked in past the 60 minute mark...until episode 6, that is. Episode 6 is '''two hours long!''' And it isn't even a special episode or anything! Just an "ordinary" episode where the gang plays virtual reality games.


* Episode 16 of the web series ''[[http://www.purepwnage.com/episodes/s2/4/ Pure Pwnage]]'' opens with the main character activating a series of amplifiers and overdrivers attached to his Xbox360 and dialing up the volume past the labeled 'Max' setting as well as the labeled 'Dude', and 'Srsly' marks to reach 'WTF' before rocking out to ''VideoGame/GuitarHero''.

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* Episode 16 of the web series ''[[http://www.purepwnage.com/episodes/s2/4/ Pure Pwnage]]'' opens with the main character activating a series of amplifiers and overdrivers attached to his Xbox360 UsefulNotes/XBox360 and dialing up the volume past the labeled 'Max' setting as well as the labeled 'Dude', and 'Srsly' marks to reach 'WTF' before rocking out to ''VideoGame/GuitarHero''.


* ''Blog/WhatIf'' has "[[https://what-if.xkcd.com/35/ Hair Dryer]]", which asks what would happen if a hair dryer with continuous power is put in an airtight 1x1x1 meter box. After reaching a point where [[spoiler:the box gets so hot it starts flying around the world and would eventually destroy it]], the power is cranked back down to zero...and then it's cranked back up to eleven ''petawatts''. Long story short, [[spoiler:the box flies out of Earth's atmosphere with the planet surviving but most of the Northwest Territories burning]].


* Blog/WhatIf has "[[https://what-if.xkcd.com/35/ Hair Dryer]]", which asks what would happen if a hair dryer with continuous power is put in an airtight 1x1x1 meter box. After reaching a point where [[spoiler:the box gets so hot it starts flying around the world and would eventually destroy it]], the power is cranked back down to zero...and then it's cranked back up to eleven ''petawatts''. Long story short, [[spoiler:the box flies out of Earth's atmosphere with the planet surviving but most of the Northwest Territories burning]].

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* Blog/WhatIf ''Blog/WhatIf'' has "[[https://what-if.xkcd.com/35/ Hair Dryer]]", which asks what would happen if a hair dryer with continuous power is put in an airtight 1x1x1 meter box. After reaching a point where [[spoiler:the box gets so hot it starts flying around the world and would eventually destroy it]], the power is cranked back down to zero...and then it's cranked back up to eleven ''petawatts''. Long story short, [[spoiler:the box flies out of Earth's atmosphere with the planet surviving but most of the Northwest Territories burning]].

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* Blog/WhatIf has "[[https://what-if.xkcd.com/35/ Hair Dryer]]", which asks what would happen if a hair dryer with continuous power is put in an airtight 1x1x1 meter box. After reaching a point where [[spoiler:the box gets so hot it starts flying around the world and would eventually destroy it]], the power is cranked back down to zero...and then it's cranked back up to eleven ''petawatts''. Long story short, [[spoiler:the box flies out of Earth's atmosphere with the planet surviving but most of the Northwest Territories burning]].


** As a parody of this , TheRapCritic used to do lists that only went up to nine because he "wanted to stay one step below".

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** As a parody of this , TheRapCritic this, WebVideo/TheRapCritic used to do lists that only went up to nine because he "wanted to stay one step below".


* WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic does top eleven lists instead of {{Top Ten List}}s, "Because I like to go one step beyond."

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* WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic does top eleven lists instead of {{Top Ten List}}s, "Because I like to go one step beyond."" (complete with DeclarativeFinger)


** Add to this the fact that [[spoiler:Tex, already a {{Badass}}, apparently TookALevelInBadass, essentially taking {{Badass}} UpToEleven]]

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** Add to this the fact that [[spoiler:Tex, already a {{Badass}}, badass, apparently TookALevelInBadass, essentially taking {{Badass}} Badass UpToEleven]]


* ''Machinima/RedVsBlue: Revelations'' Episode Ten is titled "It Goes To Eleven", in reference to the {{Trope Namer|s}}. Since the entirety of the episode is a fight scene animated by DeadFantasy's Monty Oum, it's extremely appropriate.

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* ''Machinima/RedVsBlue: Revelations'' Episode Ten is titled "It Goes To Eleven", in reference to the {{Trope Namer|s}}. Since the entirety of the episode is a fight scene animated by DeadFantasy's ''WebAnimation/DeadFantasy'''s Monty Oum, it's extremely appropriate.


* ''RegularOrdinarySwedishMealTime'' - their cooker has a maximum setting of 11 drawn on it.

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* ''RegularOrdinarySwedishMealTime'' ''WebVideo/RegularOrdinarySwedishMealTime'' - their cooker has a maximum setting of 11 drawn on it.



* WebVideo/MovieNight's review of {{This Is Spinal Tap}} had a maximum score of 11, naturally.

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* WebVideo/MovieNight's review of {{This Is Spinal Tap}} ''Film/ThisIsSpinalTap'' had a maximum score of 11, naturally.


* The viewers of ''WebOriginal/DeagleNation'' thought things couldn't get any more insane until Operation Tupacalypse happened, where the main character, Jace Connors, sent his stoner friend Eli on a mission to save Tupac from Terrorists in the middle east AND assassinate the prime minister of Palestine.

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* The viewers of ''WebOriginal/DeagleNation'' ''WebVideo/DeagleNation'' thought things couldn't get any more insane until Operation Tupacalypse happened, where (wherein the main character, Jace Connors, sent his stoner friend Eli on a mission to save Tupac from Terrorists terrorists in the middle east AND Middle East ''and'' assassinate the prime minister of Palestine.Palestine) happened.

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* WebVideo/MovieNight's review of {{This Is Spinal Tap}} had a maximum score of 11, naturally.

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* The viewers of ''WebOriginal/DeagleNation'' thought things couldn't get any more insane until Operation Tupacalypse happened, where the main character, Jace Connors, sent his stoner friend Eli on a mission to save Tupac from Terrorists in the middle east AND assassinate the prime minister of Palestine.

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** As a parody of this , TheRapCritic used to do lists that only went up to nine because he "wanted to stay one step below".

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