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Alas, poor Trope Name! I knew him, Horatio. We come here to bury these tropes, not to praise them. They were killed by misuse, by duplication, by policy or by just being absolutely terrible. Here in the trope cemetery, their final resting place, are their epitaphs inscribed for all posterity; they are gone, but not forgotten, no matter how hard we try.

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  • Here lies 8.8 — Finally met its match after attempting to review The Room.note 
  • Here lies Absentee Actor — They failed to show up for auditions.note 
  • Here lies Adjusting Your Glasses — Had to have their eyes checked again.note 
  • Here lies Adult Fear — It feared for its life till the very end.note 
  • Here lies Alien Lunch — It got food poisoning.note 
  • Here lies The Amazon — Deforested, so please see this pamphlet on how to save your local rainforests.note 
  • Here lies Ambiguous Allegiance — Kept switching sides until both of them found out and killed it.note 
  • Here lies Animal Title Index — Animal control took extreme measures to deal with it.note 
  • Here lies Armor-Piercing Slap — The Alpha Bitch couldn't slap anymore.note 
  • Here lies Asexuality — It lacked sexual attraction towards anyone.note 
  • Here lies Bandage Babe — Mummified.note 
  • Here lies Beastess — As strong as she was beautiful... and redundant. note 
  • Here lies Beauty Mark — Cauterized.note 
  • Here lie Blinding Bangs — Blinded by an explosion.note 
  • Here lies Bourgeois Bumpkin — he couldn't stand all the discrimination against him.note 
  • Here lies Butt Brand — Suffered a Rump Roast.note 
  • Here lies Caffeine Bullet Time — Coffee didn't make them as skilled as Neo.note 
  • Here lies The Cheerleader — Her cruelty made her not worth saving.note 
  • Here lies Clucking Funny — Clucked around and found out about oncoming cars while crossing the road.note 
  • Here lies Cool Pet — Sacrificed its life defending their owner from bandits.note 
  • Here lies Critical Research Failure — Was Too Dumb to Live.note 
  • Here lies Dangerously Short Skirt — Shorts were more practical for her to kick ass in.note 
  • Here lie Dark-Skinned Blond and Dark-Skinned Redhead — Shaved to let their hair grow to their implausible, but natural hair colors, free from chemicals and forced beauty standards. note 
  • Here lies Darth Vader Clone — The Force wasn't strong with him.note 
  • Here lies Diary — Destroyed for keeping shameful secrets.note 
  • Here lies The Doll Episode — "Why did you kill me? I jUst WAntEd to PLAY!"note 
  • Here lies Everything's Better with Cows — Multiple butchers had a beef with it.note 
  • Here lies Everything's Better with Dinosaurs — They became extinct 65 million years ago.note 
  • Here lies Everything's Better with Monkeys — This monkey's gone to heaven.note 
  • Here lies Extraordinarily Empowered Girl — Depowered.note 
  • Here lies Fauxba Fett — Fell into the Sarlacc pit.note 
  • Here lies Feel Good — Actually, it felt bad, man.note 
  • Here lies Frightening Power Usage — Was so frightening, we had to put a Power Limiter on it.note 
  • Here lie Gag Words — Running Gagged.note 
  • Here lie Geeky Glasses — Someone stepped on them.note 
  • Here lies Gender Neutral Narrator — Their story has ended.note 
  • Here lie Good People Have Good Sex — Went Out with a Bang.note 
  • Here lies Grumpy Bear — Nobody cared about this bear.note 
  • Here lie Hand-Hiding Sleeves — They had nothing to hide.note 
  • Here lies Heroic Sociopath — His teammates got fed up with him and took the easy solution.note 
  • Here lies Hexagonal Speech Balloon — Hexagons may be the bestagons, but not when used as speech bubbles.note 
  • Here lies Hold On To My Hat — It blew away in the wind.note 
  • Here lies Hollywood Nerd — Dropped out for being bullied for their perceived "nerdiness".note 
  • Here lies Hot Dad — Was so hot that he spontaneously combusted.note 
  • Here lies Hot Scientist — As it turns out, being sexy does not help in solving hypotheses.note 
  • Here lies I Have the High Ground — Tried to take on a Jedi perched up high.note 
  • Here lies Instant Awesome; Just Add Dragons! — Slain because they weren't all that great.note 
  • Here lies Is That What They're Calling it Now? — Yes, they are.note 
  • Here lies The Judge — His court has been adjourned.note 
  • Here lies Knife Nut — Walked into a fist fight with armed goons.note 
  • Here lie Loads and Loads of Characters — Died from sheer character overload.note 
  • Here lie Mood Ring Eyes — The eyes were too moody to keep.note 
  • Here lies Multicolored Hair — Bleached.note 
  • Here lies Nice Hat — The one who sarcastically complimented it had his face stolen for it.note 
  • Here lies Nice Shoes — For sale: baby shoes, never used on a page.note 
  • Here lies No Pronunciation Guide — Got an F for pronunciation.note 
  • Here lies Not Christian Rock — Actually, it's Satanist Rock aka death metal.note 
  • Here lies "Not Important to This Episode" Camp — Got lost in the wilderness.note 
  • Here lies Over And Under The Top — The impact it had on its audience was... whelming.note 
  • Here lies Overarching Villain — Ultimately defeated at the end of a long Myth Arc.note 
  • Here lies Playing Gertude — Lived a long life and had many grandchildren after a career spanning 85 years.note 
  • Here lies Plot Pivot Point — What If? it pivoted the other way?note 
  • Here lies Poisonous Friend — Died from their own toxicity.note 
  • Here lies Rant-Inducing Slight — Died from overreacting to the most minor thing.note 
  • Here lies Rapunzel Hair — Got a haircut.note 
  • Sai Guy, Dual Tonfas, to Fighting with Chucks ga koko ni nemuru — All got kicked out of ninja school.note 
  • Here lies Shopkeeper — Went out of business.note 
  • Here lies Simple Staff — Fired from the staff room.note 
  • Here lies Skirt Over Slacks — Skirted away from the clothes factory and slacked off from tailoring.note 
  • Here lies Skunk Stripe — It made a stink.note 
  • Here lie Stun Guns — Tazed.note 
  • Here lie Supernatural is Purple and Supernatural is Green (and the latter's predecessor, Green Is Unnatural) — Banished by Technicolor Magic.note 
  • Here lies Tastes Like Diabetes — Was so Sickeningly Sweet that test audiences had a Sweetness Aversion. note 
  • Here lie Those Two Bad Guys — They were so bumbling that the Big Bad Duumvirate sent the Bantering Baddie Buddies to get rid of them.note 
  • Here lie Tights Under Shorts — Were too short and tight.note 
  • Token Yuri Girls to Yaoi Guys ga koko ni nemuru — Their ship has sunk.note 
  • Here lie Typical Cartoon Animal Colors — Washed out in favor of atypical ones.note 
  • Here lies Undermined by Reality — Died in the collapse.note 
  • Here lies Weekend Inventor — Killed by their Homemade Inventions.note 
  • Here lies We're Still Relevant, Dammit! — Fell too far behind on the latest trend.note 
  • Here lies Who Wears Short Shorts? — Life was too short for this one.note 
  • Here lies Win the Crowd — It got lost in the crowd.note 

    Merged Tropes 
  • Here lies All Men Are Rapists — Executed after their perverted behavior went too far.note 
  • Here lies All There Is to Know About The Crying Game — Everyone knows about the sledding accident that killed it.note 
  • Eia 'o Aloha Hawaii e moe nei — Even the Hula and Luaus were not entertaining in this Vacation Episode.note 
  • Here lies Anything Can Be Music — Its death was deemed instrumental.note 
  • Here lies Appeal to Consequences — It was killed by someone who believed its death would have a good consequence.note 
  • Here lies Appeal to Fear — Was killed in an attempt to scare people into siding with the killer.note 
  • Here lies Appeal to Ignorance — People suspect it was murdered because there is no evidence that it wasn't.note 
  • Here lies Appeal to Pity — It tried to make its killer pity it, but was unsuccessful.note 
  • Here lies Appeal to Ridicule — It was so ludicrous anyway it's no wonder it died.note 
  • Here lies Appeal to Vanity — Cremated because it was afraid its corpse would look unflattering.note 
  • Here lies Appeal to Wealth — It thought it was always right because it was rich, so it didn't obey the danger sign.note 
  • Hic iacet Argumentum Ad Nauseam — It stated its arguments over and over until someone couldn't take it anymore and stabbed it to death.note 
  • Here lie Artistic License - Astronomy and Space Does Not Work That Way — The universe didn't have enough space for both of them.note 
  • Here lies Art Major Biology — You fail Artistic License – Biology forever.note 
  • Here lies Artsy Moon — The paint job was too weird.note 
  • Here lie Badass Beard and Badass Moustache — They weren't manly enough, so a barber did away with them.note 
  • Here lies Bald Black Leader Guy — Stepped down from his position as head barber.note 
  • Here lies Bandwagon Fallacy — Everyone else was jumping off a bridge, so it did too.note 
  • Here lie Bastard Boyfriend and Bastard Girlfriend — Both died swooning over their Fetishized Abuser.note 
  • Here lies Bear Trap Bed — Crushed by a bed owned by Murphy. note 
  • Here lies Beat Bag — Beaten to death by a Con Man after getting caught up in a con.note 
  • Here lies Big Bra to Fill — The Most Common Super Power was more common than this one.note 
  • Here lies Big Store — After The Con behind the big store failed to materialize, the operation was shut down.note 
  • Here lies Biker Babe — The Badass Biker was much cooler than her.note 
  • Bishōnen ga koko ni nemuru — This Pretty Boy just wasn't pretty enough.note 
  • Here lies BLAM Episode — "BLAM!" describes the sound everyone heard when it was hit on the head with a bizarre-looking blunt object.note 
  • Here lies Bust Chart — Barely made the cut in the round of 32, only to be eliminated at the round of 16 during the model art contest.note 
  • Here lie Butterfly Nets — Nailed to a wall by their killer.note 
  • Here lies Canon Wank — Banished to Canon Discontinuity.note 
  • Here lie Cardboard Boxes — Destroyed in a chase scene.note 
  • Here lies Catch That Pigeon! — It was finally caught and eaten.note 
  • Here lies Christmas Cake — Nobody wanted a fruit cake for Christmas.note 
  • Here lies Contemptible Cover — It was caught lying under oath and held in contempt of court.note 
  • Here lies The Con Within a Con — It's now the con within a grave.note 
  • Here lies Credits Brand Products — The funeral's program was sponsored by Trope Co.note 
  • Here lies The Creepy Undertaker — Buried alongside his clients.note 
  • Here lie Crusading Widower and Vengeful Widow — They may have lost their loved ones, but at least they're together now.note 
  • Here lie Dancing Pants — The full ensemble had better moves.note 
  • Ici repose Date Crepe — The service was great, but the crepes, not so much.note 
  • Here lies Delayed Wire — The Grim Reaper didn't delay when taking its life.note 
  • Here lie Determined Homesteader's Children and Determined Homesteader's Wife — Life is hard on the homestead.note 
  • Here lie Dewey Defeats Truman and The Great Politics Mess-Up — They were both failures.note 
  • Here lies Do They Know Its Christmas Time? — Forgot about the true meaning of an episode set on Christmas.note 
  • Here lies Down to the Last Match — It was extinguished when trying to light a Hard-to-Light Fire.note 
  • Here lie Dr. Pedia and Mr. Trope, Wikipedia Syntaxer, and Wikipedia Updater — Neither This Very Wiki nor The Other Wiki wanted to put up with their behavior.note 
  • Here lies Dug in Deeper — Dug a grave too deep that ended up in a massive pile of lies.note 
  • Here lies Eaten by a Snake — Three guesses as to what happened to it, and the first two don't count. note 
  • Here lies Epic Song — Electrocuted when its microphone malfunctioned.note 
  • Here lies Everyone Gets Their Turn — It was their turn to die.note 
  • Here lies Everyone Is Gay — What else should we say? Married, buried, and cast out of the mortal coil. note 
  • Here lie Evil Albino and Heroic Albino — Other people's deaths paled in comparison.note 
  • Here lies Fallacy Fallacy — The person who reported its death used bad logic, but that doesn't mean it's not dead.note 
  • Here lies Fallacy of Composition — Drowned due to believing that, being 60% water, it couldn't drown.note 
  • Here lie Famous Last Words — There were some Last Words that aren't that famous.note 
  • Here lies Fat Cat — Became too lazy to live.note 
  • Here lies Flagship Franchise — Flown at half-mast by a cash cow.note 
  • Here lies "Funny Aneurysm" Moment — Those jokes we made about it dying aren't so funny anymore. note 
  • Here lies Good for Bad — Things went bad for it.note 
  • Here lies Good Troi Episode — She got A Day in the Limelight, but too few fans considered her The Scrappy.note 
  • Here lies Gosh Hornet — Exterminated by someone who wasn't afraid of them.note 
  • Here lies Grammar — The Illiteracy Communist who killed it used just the tip of their weapon.note 
  • Here lies Grandma, What Massive Hotness You Have! — All the more to burn with, my dear.note 
  • Here lies Heroism Addict — He engineered his own demise.note 
  • Here lies Hero-Killing Community — The residents drove out the Hero Killers.note 
  • Here lies Hey, It's You! — Hey, it's The Grim Reaper! He's Back for the Finale!note 
  • Here lies H-Game POV Character — Decided to cheat on his girlfriend, making her lead him to an early Bad End. note 
  • Here lie Holding It for a Friend, I Have to Wash My Hair and Lame Excuse — Singed while ironing the dog.note 
  • Here lies Hollywood Dress Code — The costume store was out of stock.note 
  • Here lie Home Pages and Language Indices — Per their living will, everything said at their funeral will be multilingual.
  • Here lies Home Version Soundtrack Replacement — Further airings of the funeral will replace the bagpipe performance of "Amazing Grace" with a rendition of "Yakety Sax" played on the kazoo.note 
  • Here lies Hot Linked — Caught in the cold.note 
  • Here lies Human Mom, Non-Human Dad — Survived by their Half-Human Hybrid offspring.note 
  • Here lie I Have a Bridge to Sell You and Landmark Sale — The bridge collapsed and it got crushed to death.note 
  • Here lies Informed Power — Wasn't powerful enough. note 
  • Here lies Jerkass Façade — Its killer lacked a heart, let alone a hidden one.note 
  • Here lie Lava is Kool-Aid and Lava is Red Hot Water — At that temperature, they tasted the same anyway. note 
  • Here lies Legacy Implosion — Its name was not Legion, for it actually inverted The Chosen Many.note 
  • Here lies Light Gun — It had a tendency to game the system.note 
  • Here lies Like That Show, but With Mecha — Was recycled with a new gimmick that didn't involve mechas.note 
  • Here lies Literary Necrophilia — We have been told that the book certainly outlived them.note 
  • Here lies A Little Help from My Friends — The Production Posse was more helpful when the crew was fixing a hole.note 
  • Here lies Locked In — Finally escaped the closet only to find themselves locked in another room.note 
  • Here lie Long Con and The Tale — It lived a short life, and dead tropes tell no tales.note 
  • Here lies Loud Last Name — They didn't shout their names loud enough.note 
  • Here lies Lowest Cosmic Denominator — Its cry of "Smite Me, O Mighty Smiter" was responded to with a quick death, courtesy of the celestial overseers.note 
  • Here lies Madden Curse — Hit by a stray football.note 
  • Here lie Magic Bullets and its successor, Bullets Do Not Work That Way — Sniped down by a physics-defying gunner.note 
  • Here lies The Male Ingenue Must Be A Tenor — At least his swan song was beautiful. note 
  • Here lies The Mark — Ended up falling for a particularly deadly con.note 
  • Here lies The Mean Brit — Stuffed with the rest of the caustic, evil Brits.note 
  • Here lie Minorly Mentioned Myths and Monsters — Were seldomly mentioned, and eventually became not mentioned at all.note 
  • Here lies Misty May — We've switched to the metric system for measuring bosom bouncing.note 
  • Here lies Mixed Ancestry — Interracial and interspecies couples had better love than this one.note 
  • Moe Stare ga koko ni nemuru — Was staring straight ahead while it crossed the street.note 
  • Here lies Name-face Name — Its face was deemed meaningless.note 
  • Here lies Necessary Weasel — The weasel somehow found a way to break the space-time continuum in an acceptable manner.note 
  • Here lies Neoclassical Punk Zydeco Rockabilly — Listeners got tired of all the remixes and mashups.note 
  • Here lie Nightmare Fuel Unleaded and High-Octane Nightmare Fuel — Had an accidental massive leakage, forcing us to revert to standard Nightmare Fuel.note 
  • Here lie Non-Identical Twins — Buried in the correct caskets despite alleged similarities in appearance.note 
  • Here lies Non Sequitur Fallacy — It died from falling out of a bouncing UFO, therefore the curfew should be set later.note 
  • Here lies Not So Fast, Bucko! — Their princess is in another castle.note 
  • Oba-san ga koko ni nemuru — Ma'am Shock was too much for her. note 
  • Here lies Once More with Endnotes — Never used again after the release of The Annotated Edition.note 
  • Here lies One Born Every Minute — It died after a few minutes.note 
  • Here lies the Only Law Firm in Town — Closed and its spot was filled in by the second branch of the Only Shop in Town. note 
  • Here lies Outnumbered Sibling — Ganged up on by their Massive Numbered Siblings.note 
  • Aquí yace Overly Long Spanish Name — Funeral to be overseen by Padre José Pedro Sánchez Francisco del Nombre Largo.note 
  • Here lie Petting Zoo People — Weren't beastly enough to survive.note 
  • Here lies Pig in a Poke — Sent to the butcher.note 
  • Here lies Pinocchio Syndrome — He finally wished upon that star and became a real boy.note 
  • Here lies Planet of Dunce Caps — It was old hat.note 
  • Here lies Pre-Ass-Kicking Mutter — They never spoke up when the villain told them to. note 
  • Here lies Prince of Pranksters — He fell for a Deadly Prank pulled by a different prankster.note 
  • Here lies Prosecutor's Fallacy — It refused to believe it was being fought by aliens, so they killed it.note 
  • Here lies Pyrrhic Villainy — Lost all of their mooks to a Pyrrhic Victory.note 
  • Here lies Quick Change — It died a slow and painful death.note 
  • Here lies Ralph Wiggum — Too airheaded. note 
  • Here lies Real Estate Scam — Driven out of the housing market.note 
  • Here lies Redheaded Hero — It got shaven.note 
  • Here lies Refuge in Cool — It was uncool.note 
  • Ĉi tie ripozas Re Lex — It fell for a deadly con.note 
  • Here lies Replacement Love Interest — Something was fishy about her.note 
  • Here lie The Reptilians — Supplanted by the ancient Lizard Folk, or so they'd like you to think.note 
  • Here lies Reverse Mole — Exposed by the group and eliminated.note 
  • Here lies Rock Paper Switch — Was switched out for a better opponent.note 
  • Here lies The Roper — It was last seen with a noose around its neck.note 
  • Here lies Rules Are For Humans — My Rules Are Not Your Rules, and neither is this one.note 
  • Here lies Scapegoat Creator — Misblamed for a crime it didn't commit and executed.note 
  • Here lies Screwy Squirrel — Got payback via a Karmic Trickster.note 
  • Here lies Seldom-Seen Species — No-one noticed their extinction until it was too late.note 
  • Here lies Self-Deprecating Humor — It tore itself to shreds.note 
  • Here lie Seven Year Rule and NOHAMOTYO — Their demographics didn't care about them being repeated in a new trope.note 
  • Here lies The Shill — It paid the ultimate price.note 
  • Shiritori ga koko ni nemuru — Unusually bad at Parlor Games, so it failed to entertain.note 
  • Here lies Short Con — Long story short, it's dead.note 
  • Here lies Sidekick Ex Machina — This sidekick was kicked to the side.note 
  • Here lies Slapstick Knows No Gender — And not just the men I slapped. But the women...and the coroner, too!note 
  • Here lies Sliding Bike Stop — Suffered a involuntary ejection while trying to recreate the AKIRA Homage Shot.note 
  • Here lies Some Anvils Need to Be Dropped — The anvil was dropped into a volcano because the blacksmith who owned it thought that needed to be done.note 
  • Here lies Somewhere, This Index is Crying — It had no more tears to shed.note 
  • Here lie Sonic Syndrome and its successor, Polygon Ceiling — They decided to leap off a cliff.note 
  • Here lies Souvenir Edition — Discontinued.note 
  • Aquí yace Spanish Prisoner — Executed.note 
  • Here lies Species Lost and Found — It turned out to be extinct after all.note 
  • Here lies Status Ailment — Its death had no effect on us.note 
  • Here lie Stock Dinosaurs — The Cretaceous Is Always Doomed, and so were they.note 
  • Here lies Surprisingly Good English — Unfortunately, wasn't good at other foreign languages.note 
  • Takahashi Couple ga koko ni nemuru — They broke up.note 
  • Here lies Talking To Himself — Died from exhaustion after playing too many roles at once.note 
  • Here lies Ted Baxter — He had such a small name, but a big ego.note 
  • Here lies That Night Felt Like Months — Died over the course of ten episodes covering ten minutes.note 
  • Here lie They Fight Crime! — Wunza trope, the other a page, they couldn't solve the case of the missing wicks.note 
  • Here lies Tonka Tough — A manufacturing defect prevented it from being Made of Indestructium.note 
  • Here lies Turtle Power — Tonight we dine on turtle soup.note 
  • Here lies Twenty Minutes into the Present — Its funeral won't be held until Next Sunday A.D..note 
  • Here lies Undisclosed Native — Was discovered to be a former uncontacted citizen shortly before their demise.note 
  • Here lies Un-Entendre — Looks like we were just imagining it.note 
  • Here lie Unlucky Childhood Friend and Victorious Childhood Friend — Their romance wasn't so victorious after all and left them so unlucky that they both died.note 
  • Here lie Uplifted Side Story and Sidenote Full Story — They could have been resolved, but alas, they shall remain on the cutting room floor.note 
  • Here lie Unwinnable by Insanity and Unwinnable by Mistake — Their deaths, which happened at the same time, were determined to be unintentional.note 
  • Here lies Virus Misnomer — Died of a misidentified pathogen.note 
  • Here lies Visual Novel Shot — Shot in 1st person in a First-Person Shooter.note 
  • Here lies What Happened to the Pet? — Mysteriously went absent.note 
  • Here lies Yes, Virginia — There is a Santa's Existence Clause.note 
  • Here lies You Can Verb My Noun Any Day — It has verbed its last noun.note 
  • Here lies You Gotta Have Blue Hair — It dyed until it died.note 
  • Here lies You Have to Have Jews — It might succeed on Broadway, but it didn't succeed on TV Tropes.note 

    Split Tropes 
  • Here lie All Asians Are Alike — The cultures seemed interchangeable, so they all looked identical.note 
  • Here lies An Axe To Grind — Axed out of the weaponry list.note 
  • Here lie Bald Women — There was hell toupée for them.note 
  • Here lies Bob Haircut — Cut short by the past and the future.note 
  • Here lies Bonus Boss — If you don't want to call it superb, that's completely optional.note 
  • Here lie Brainy Specs — Smart People Wear Glasses, but since their glasses were purely aesthetic, they walked right into a pothole.note 
  • Here lies Can You Hear Me Now? — The answer depends on whether the recipient has Super Cell Reception or whether Cell Phones Are Useless.note 
  • Here lies Courtroom Antic — Held in contempt for antics deemed too unconventional for any court.note 
  • Here lies Deader Than Disco — Once considered groovy, now it sucked far worse than when disco sucked and was Condemned by History. note 
  • Here lie Everything's Better with Bunnies — Hopped to their graves.note 
  • Here lie Everything's Better with Princesses — The Evil Queen managed to defeat them.note 
  • Here lie Everything's Squishier with Cephalopods — No wonder the calamari tasted funny and terrifying.note 
  • Here lie Fingerless Gloves — Their killer didn't treat them with kid gloves.note 
  • Here lies Flower in Her Hair — It withered away and was replaced by newly bloomed flowers representing femininity and nature.note 
  • Here lies Hot Mom — A true MILF (Mother I'd Like to... Forget).note 
  • Here lies Infant Immortality — Its odds of surviving were improbable, so we witnessed the Death of a Child.note 
  • Here lies Like a Badass out of Hell — Cast right back into the fiery pit.note 
  • Hear lyes Mondegreen — Some people may have misheard its last requests.note 
  • Here lies My Name Is Not Durwood — Through Hanlon's Razor, its malice was discovered to be accidental.note 
  • Here lies Next Gen Fic — If we flash forward a few years, nobody will remember it except its children.note 
  • Here lies Political Correctness Gone Mad — Political Correctness Is Evil, so we had to write this epitaph carefully so as not to offend anyone.note 
  • Here lie Prongs of Poseidon — Stabbed by Satan with his Devil's Pitchfork.note 
  • Here lie Schoolgirl Lesbians — Expelled.note 
  • Here lies The Southpaw — Amputated.note 
  • Here lies Stop Helping Me! — Its help was unwanted, and it became annoying.note 
  • Here lies Tier-Induced Scrappy — Surprisingly ascended to better (or worse) reception, but it didn't leave a lasting impression upon death.note 
  • Here lies Tyrannosaurus Rex — Wiped out by a meteor.note 
  • Here lies Vendor Trash — Players went to the shop and sold it for something better.note 
  • Here lies Weapon of Choice — Wasn't chosen because it didn't fit the wielder's personality or specialty.note 
  • Here lies Wedding Day — Objections were raised during both the episode and the finale.note 

    Defunct Traditions 
  • Here lies Accidental Nightmare Fuel — It was prone to accidents, so ordinary Nightmare Fuel replaced it.note 
  • Here lies The Archive of Bellicose Lexicon Entities — Mealtime is over. note 
  • Here lies Badass Gay — His pride wasn't enough to make him awesome.note 
  • Here lies Badass Grandpa — He was cool back in the day, but didn't age well.note 
  • Here lies Badass Longhair — Succumbed to baldness.note 
  • Here lies Badass Princess — She was dethroned.note 
  • Yahaan nihit the namespace Bollywood/ hai — Off to Mumbai for its next big role.note 
  • Here lie Character-Named Tropes — Their names won't live on.note 
  • Here lies Complain About Shows You Don't Like — Died of complications related to Complaining About People Not Liking the Show.note 
  • Here lies Counterpart Comparison — Its death was surprisingly similar to another one.note 
  • Here lies Creator Bashing — This headstone could be self-demonstrating, but let's not Speak Ill of the Dead.note 
  • Here lie the namespaces Disney/ and Discworld/ — Loss of namespace ownership. note 
  • Here lie Fanfic Ideas — Died from hurt-no-comfort. note 
  • Here lies Fetish Fuel — Vehicles powered by arousal were deemed hazardous to the environment.note 
  • Here lie Free Potholing Phrases — They were far too costly. note 
  • Here lie "Hey, It's That Guy!" and "Hey, It's That Voice!" — Their killer was the same guy who starred in... you know, that show.note 
  • Here lie Home Video Distributors — Went out of business.note 
  • Here lie Hyphenated Titles — Their hopes were dashed.note 
  • Here lie Imminent Arrivals — Death is inevitable for everyone, including this page.note 
  • Here lies Just For Fun: Star Trek: Deep Space Nine — Died while fighting in the Bajoran resistance.note 
  • Here lies Just For Fun: Steven Universe — All we wanted to do was see it turn into a member of the Permanent Red Link Club.note 
  • Here lies Just For Fun: Troper Dating Service — Fell victim to a Romantic False Lead.note 
  • Here lies the namespace LetsPlay/ — Playtime is over.note 
  • LightNovel/ namae kūkan ga koko ni nemuru — Was too light of a read and tore easily.note 
  • Here lies the Machinima/ namespace — Was bought out by a big company and had every video privated before ceasing operations.note 
  • Here lies Neutral Wiki — Eh... it existed.note 
  • Here lie Pages Needing Images — The gravestone has been declared BUPKIS.note 
  • Here lie Personal Appearance Tropes — Tropes are too meaningful to be judged by their appearance, but the same isn't true of chairs.note 
  • Here lies Please Elaborate — Its not-so-elaborate schemes were its undoing.note 
  • Here lies the Ptitle system — It wasn't full of crap; it was full of P.note 
  • Here lie Snowclone-based names — Everything's Better Without Them.note 
  • Here lie Stock PhrasesNo more of them coming.note 
  • Here lies Synopsis — To recap on what happened, it retired.note 
  • Here lies Title Bin — They're not even in the recycle bin anymore. note 
  • Here lie Trope Names for a Porn Parody — Drowned while taking the cold shower that they very much needed.note 
  • Here lie Troper Tales — There are some things people should really take only to their graves.note 
  • Zheli anxizhe Useful Notes: Digging to China — Found dead in a hole. Scientists are running an analysis on its remains.note 
  • Here lie Video Ideas — Got the idea to make a Snuff Film. note 
  • Here lies Wall Banger — Idiotic moments should not cause so much self-inflicted trauma.note 
  • Eia 'o the Wiki/ namespace e moe nei — There's a wiki for everything but death, which has no living witnesses.note 
  • Here lies WMG: She's Got Legs — Amputated.note 

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