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Dunno if this was posted before - sorry if it was...
edited 12th Feb '13 8:31:15 AM by Psychobabble6
Search the page for "Bruce Wayne is the Batman".
There's this humongous in-universe discussion about the merit of that theory.
the page image for Empty Room Psych
The final line of the definition section of Consequence Combo:
Zero-Effort Boss: "Roman Emperor Claudius once fought a whale as a gladiator, with both combatants stuck on land (descriptions of the event indicate the whale was not intentionally put there)."
What in the bizzare world?
This quote in the Real Life section of Jumped at the Call:
Also from the WMG/Batman page:
Because he's the Goddamned Butler to the Goddamned Batman. That's how.
When no one was looking Afred cleaned 50 rooms. That's as many as 5 tens. And that's awesome
edited 13th Feb '13 4:00:29 PM by UmLovely
From Pokemon Headscrathers:
edited 13th Feb '13 9:05:36 PM by MissMokushiroku
I love how much more exciting it sounds when you put it that way
From the Freakiness Shame page.
Somehow I ended up on the page for Flesh for Frankenstein, which I've never seen, and noted the last sentence: "Before long, everything goes nuts and most people die." Just think of how many movies/shows/real life historical events/etc that could also apply to.
edited 17th Feb '13 8:35:09 PM by MikeK
The fact that someone got into a super detailed analysis of a song on Slut-Shaming. Wouldn't be too bad or funny. If the song being analyzed weren't Call Me Maybe by Carly Rae Jebson.
Me thinks someone is reading too much into it.
Oh God, the page for My Immortal. It's gotten even funnier since the last time I read it.
Never Was This Universe:
Who ever said tropers overanalyze?
Mistakes? Alan Moore? Surely you jest.
I was checking out the YMMV page for The Final Sacrifice (Zap Rowsdower!) and then came across this towards the very bottom.
Now I have to see it.
From No Real Life Examples Please.
The one right above it, in a possibly unintentional way:
Taking Advantageof Generosity: Too easy to abuse.
The terrible pun that is the image caption for Boring, but Practical.
I like the witty comment about Sailor Venus's evil twin on The Psycho Rangers page. The one about Ishtar in addition to being a bad movie.
"Fun game: try to post a YouTube comment so stupid that people realize you must be joking. (Hint: This is impossible.)" From the Troll page.
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