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Nov 30th 2017 at 5:20:03 PM •••

Do we have an equivalent of this trope for phrases? For instance, some of the interjections in the Ace Attorney series such as "TAKE THAT!" and "NOT SO FAST!" don't fit this trope because of the one word limit, but otherwise embody the spirit of the trope. Is there a place where they would actually fit?

May 11th 2015 at 2:56:10 PM •••

Why was this page locked, again? I mean to ask why was it locked back after Septimus Heap unlocked it?

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May 11th 2015 at 3:09:18 PM •••

Because Nate does not want to leave it alone.

May 12th 2015 at 12:22:03 PM •••

Persistent ban evader who hates our formatting conventions something fierce.

Sep 26th 2011 at 9:22:08 PM •••

Does this only include single words, or does it include times when one word in a sentence is shouted? Specifically, in a recent episode of Warehouse 13 one of the characters uses the line "I think we should RUUUUUNNNN!", with only the last word being shouted. I know I've seen this used elsewhere as well, fairly often actually. Does it fit in here?

Cheers.

Nov 11th 2010 at 11:59:38 AM •••

Slade's 'it's CHRISTMAS!' fits nowhere else as really the 'it's' isn't part of the shout but if you shout 'Christmas' by itself it makes no sense. It doesn't fit in any of the subtropes and as a Slade fan this troper demands it be put somewhere in the shouting. Tis not a This Is Sparta

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Nov 11th 2010 at 12:07:06 PM •••

It should be clear in the description, but sentences should not be allowed, even if only one word is shouted.

Sep 14th 2010 at 9:13:42 AM •••

It seems to me that a lot of these examples probably belong on Say My Name.

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Sep 14th 2010 at 9:22:52 AM •••

It belongs on both. If Say My Name were a Sub-Trope, it would apply. But it's a Sister Trope, and they fit on both pages.

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