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** "Being one of the cool kids does not pay, BeYourself" (and partly referencing BillyElliotPlot).

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** "Being one of the cool kids does not pay, BeYourself" (and partly referencing BillyElliotPlot).BeYourself".


* ADayInTheLimelight: For a guest author in November 2004, who wrote about the attraction of British men and American women (which itself, had a FamilyUnfriendlyAesop).

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* ADayInTheLimelight: For a guest author in November 2004, who wrote about the attraction of British men and American women (which itself, had a FamilyUnfriendlyAesop).women.



* LoopholeAbuse: There were five posts on lifehacks between 2007 and 2009.



* SliceOfLife: Possibly one of the few sites like this.

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%% * SliceOfLife: Possibly one of the few sites like this.


* ContinuityReboot: Returning in late 2015, a mere ''11 years'' since the site disappeared. The old site is CanonDiscontinuity.

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* ContinuityReboot: Returning in late 2015, a mere ''11 years'' since the site disappeared. The old site is CanonDiscontinuity. Well, [[WhatCouldHaveBeen it should have]], but now it may not return until November 2017.



* FamilyUnfriendlyAesop: The site was known for having some, including:
** "If banned from a forum, then [[StartMyOwn create your own]]".
** "Complaining pays off, if you do it right."
** "Dress like a whore to get your man, but stop when you get your man".
** "American women and British men make the ideal couple". Also qualifies as a strange [[AnAesop aesop]], by any means. Not quite a SpoofAesop, though. Certainly ''not'' WriterOnBoard, but based on a guest contributor's article.
** "Gambling is OK, but in moderation. Enjoy the National Lottery", again by a guest author.



* LoopholeAbuse: There were five posts on lifehacks between 2007 and 2009.



* NoAntagonist

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* NoAntagonistNoAntagonist: No villain at all, just life issues.
* NonIndicativeName: John is actually from Bolton, not Manchester (WordOfGod confirms this)



* TheSpook: Officially, not much is known on the author.

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* TheSpook: Officially, not much is known on the author.author other than he is called John and from Manchester.
* WebcomicTime: He backdates the posts to when the guest author wants them published, making this a strange example for a RealLife [[OtherSites website]]. Yet, in RealTime they were posted to the server on another day.


John The Mancunian Man was an obscure website discussing life in Greater Manchester.

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John The Mancunian Man was an obscure website discussing life in Greater Manchester.
Manchester. Officially, it had few followers, but was popular enough itself.


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* ArtifactTitle: By 2003, the title was less relevant, with Mancunian issues being discussed less and less.


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* MissingEpisode: The entire site is gone, and not even on the Internet Archive.


* AnAesop: This site had many,.

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* ADayInTheLimelight: For a guest author in November 2004, who wrote about the attraction of British men and American women (which itself, had a FamilyUnfriendlyAesop).
* AnAesop: This site had many,.many, namely:
** "Don't label someone an Internet troll just because you think it's cool. Not everyone is even a troll, anyway. Some people are different.
** "Obesity is unhealthy, but fat-shaming is wrong."
** Plus, considered progressive by some ([[SocietyMarchesOn for 2003]]), SlutShaming is ''ethically wrong'' and will get you nowhere.
** "Social media is good, but it's better to KnowWhenToFoldEm".
** "Being one of the cool kids does not pay, BeYourself" (and partly referencing BillyElliotPlot).
** "Reporting bullying is not being a tattle-tale, it saves lives and may prevent suicides".



* {{Deconstruction}}: The rise of Internet [[{{Troll}} trolls]] was deconstructed during 2002-2003, with a BurnTheWitch discussion on one website being deconstructed, and the supposedly guilty individual being someone with neurological issues.]

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* {{Deconstruction}}: The rise of Internet [[{{Troll}} trolls]] was deconstructed during 2002-2003, with a BurnTheWitch discussion on one website being deconstructed, and the supposedly guilty individual being someone with neurological issues.]issues.
* FamilyUnfriendlyAesop: The site was known for having some, including:
** "If banned from a forum, then [[StartMyOwn create your own]]".
** "Complaining pays off, if you do it right."
** "Dress like a whore to get your man, but stop when you get your man".
** "American women and British men make the ideal couple". Also qualifies as a strange [[AnAesop aesop]], by any means. Not quite a SpoofAesop, though. Certainly ''not'' WriterOnBoard, but based on a guest contributor's article.
** "Gambling is OK, but in moderation. Enjoy the National Lottery", again by a guest author.
* GenreBusting: Doesn't quite fit any specific genre.



* SliceOfLife

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* SliceOfLifeSliceOfLife: Possibly one of the few sites like this.
* SomethingCompletelyDifferent: As a website. It was fairly different, to be honest.
* StraightGay: Not the author (he's married with children), but a DiscussedTrope. He goes to great lengths to point out that not all gays are flamboyant.



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* AnAesop: This site had many,.



* {{Deconstruction}}: The rise of Internet [[{{Troll}} trolls]] was deconstructed during 2002-2003, with a BurnTheWitch discussion on one website being deconstructed, and the supposedly guilty individual being someone with neurological issues.

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* {{Deconstruction}}: The rise of Internet [[{{Troll}} trolls]] was deconstructed during 2002-2003, with a BurnTheWitch discussion on one website being deconstructed, and the supposedly guilty individual being someone with neurological issues.]
* NoAntagonist
* SliceOfLife


* ContinuityReboot: Returning in late 2015, a mere ''11 years'' since the site disappeared. The old site is CanonDiscontinuity.




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John The Mancunian Man was an obscure website discussing life in Greater Manchester.

!!This site contains the following tropes:

* {{Deconstruction}}: The rise of Internet [[{{Troll}} trolls]] was deconstructed during 2002-2003, with a BurnTheWitch discussion on one website being deconstructed, and the supposedly guilty individual being someone with neurological issues.

* TheSpook: Officially, not much is known on the author.

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