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These are pages that have been proposed to have their Real Life sections cut and tagged to not be recreated. Please discuss pages before adding them to the crowner. Entries made without discussion are subject to deletion.

Vote UP to indicate you think the Page should have NO Real Life examples.

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Items that have a big \"(CLOSED)\" at the ending 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.

No further voting is needed on those items.

To check if something has already been voted on, please see Keep Real Life Examples.

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14 2 (7.00)

Bittersweet Ending: Narrative trope that can be applied for many situations. (CLOSED)


12 3 (4.00)

O.O.C. Is Serious Business: Narrative trope. (CLOSED)


7 2 (3.50)

7 6 (1.17)

Nice to the Waiter: Judging morality. Gossipy. (CLOSED)


Poke the Poodle: Morality trope, as listing real-life examples would be calling real people villains, even if they are very low on the villainy scale. (CLOSED)


6 3 (2.00)

Amusing Injuries

Other than injuries being far from amusing, they are not something you instantly recover from in Real Life. For example, a mouse smashing a mallet on the cat's head is funny and carnage-less in a cartoon, but in reality that would crack someone's skull open, if not crush their entire head, killing them.


"The Reason You Suck" Speech: Too controversial to involve real life, risk of Flame Bait, Edit Warring.


Sleep Deprivation Punishment: Potentially squicky content. Torture trope. (CLOSED)


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