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    • The specials board at Coffee of Doom, which always shows ridiculous things like "Cup o' Bees", "Mocha with a hair in it", and "We murder you". Faye has commented that no one ever orders the specials, which is fine with her because then she doesn't have to make them. When no-nonsense Penelope was left in charge, the specials were ordinary drinks, pastries, and a request to not chat with her, which of course was ignored. Recently Jeph expolred a third way with "Banana Latte, Banana Bread, Banana Brownies, We got way too many bananas!" Truth in Television if you've ever dealt with having over-ordered a perishable item.
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    • There are also some recurring jokes on the main menu board, including a drink size "WTF" and a beverage sold as "Frappuccino Ripoff".
  • Each Mulberry story begins with an old comic cover that looks nonsensical taken out of context.
  • Princess Pi has randomly selected images and quotes in lieu of cover pages and synopses. Also, the first panel of each comic credits a different celebrity with Pi's creation.
  • There is no standard title drawing for Bob the Angry Flower, with examples ranging from illegible scrawls to a carefully laid out title box announcing "Robert: The very angriest of flowers"
  • Times Like This: The title graphic in the comic itself is usually themed after a reference in the strip or the general gist of the story.
  • From Secret of Mana Theater: At the beginning of every episode Marle casts a spell with often different results.
    • Since the beginning of the series, she's been crushed, fried, crushed some more, set on fire, mocked, hanged herself, been replaced a few times, been electrocuted, crushed some more, shrunk, exploded, atomized, chased, run over, been eaten, and has been stripped naked.
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    • When not being mutiliated beyond recognition, Marle has also engaged in riding the title card like a horse or walking on a giant ball, circus-style.
    • Lucca and Magus from the same game have also appeared in openings.
  • For most of its original run, The Adventures of Joe the Circle had a different, alliterative byline in every episode. Examples include "Raptly 'Ritten by Mike Shapiro" and "Webfully Woven by Mike Shapiro." Eventually lampshaded with "Adverbly Verbed by Mike Shapiro."
  • Every Philler Space comic has different text before the title.