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These are pages that have been proposed to have their Real Life sections cut and tagged to not be recreated.

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Items that have been stricken (like so) have already been decided, meeting the following requirements:
  • They have ten or more total votes,
  • have been on the crowner for at least 48 hours, measured from when the addition of the new crowner entry is announced in a thread post,
  • and are stable with at least a 2:1 vote ratio.

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Deus ex Machina: Like Diabolus ex Machina, the trope requires authorial intent to create a happy ending, which doesn't apply to real life.

[Added 20th Oct 2017 05:33:54 AM]


Embarrassing Damp Sheets: Too common, has NRLEP in the description but isn't listed on the index.

[Added 12th Oct 2017, 5:04:37 AM]


Foreshadowing: Narrative trope; real-life foreshadowing is just a coincidence.


Make the Bear Angry Again: Narrative trope. It has a NRLEP warning, but is yet to be added.


Horrible Hollywood: Gossip and stereotyping. The NRLEP notice on the page was never discussed here.

[Added 12th Nov 2017 08:52:47 AM]


Never Live It Down: Flame Bait, hot button politics, bias potential, 25-year threshold being abused.



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Cassandra Truth: Gossip, speculation, shoehorning, the coincidental nature of the trope when in RL

[Added on 15th Aug '17 at 05:33:11 PM]



Pooping Food: probably impossible, has NRLEP in the description but isn't listed on the index.

[Added 12th Oct 2017, 5:04:37 AM]


What Beautiful Eyes!: It's mostly gushing and almost every example on there is of people with blue eyes.


A Dick in Name: Morality concerns, naming convention, has NRLEP in the description but isn't listed on the index.

[Added 12th Oct 2017, 5:04:37 AM]


remove Elemental Powers it is possible in Real Life i mean one of its subtropes even has real-life examples.


Rice Burner: This trope can be too heated to discuss and can attract flamebait.


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