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Since climate change.
In 1660, in a series of events known as the Campden Wonder, an Englishman named William Harrison disappeared after going on a walk, near the village of Charingworth, in Gloucestershire. Some of his clothing was found slashed and bloody on the side of a local road. Investigators interrogated Harrisons servant, John Perry, who eventually confessed that his mother and his brother had killed Harrison for money. Perry, his mother, and his brother were hanged. Two years later, Harrison reappeared, telling the incredibly unlikely tale that he had been abducted by three horsemen and sold into slavery in the Ottoman Empire. Though his tale was implausible, he indubitably had not been murdered by the Perry family.
To be fair though, both of those are in the Just For Fun section of TV Tropes. Or as the Laconic says for that section "No reason for it other than lolz."badposter said:TV Tropes.
The page for Hamlet: 7,572 words (including both the description and thelist of tropes).
A page for a book series mentioned in a few MLP episodes, which doesn't actually exist in real life: 14,793 words (in just the description. The trope list is so big it's split into six pages).
The page for One Hundred Years of Solitude, one of the greatest Latin American novvels: 3,866 words.
The page for a wbcomic which doesn't actually exist: 11,725 words.
For context: "My Real Daddy" is a page about when the most popular and definitive incarnation of a franchise isn't by the original creator, but by a later artist. Clearly the Koopaling's names is the only reason Mario is a popular and influential franchise today.My Real Daddy: While nobody will deny that Shigeru Miyamoto was very influential to the series' development, Nintendo of America shaped up the setting of the Mario series of how its known today. Such as the setting of the games such as Mario & Luigi being plumbers from Brooklyn who got to the Mushroom Kingdom via a Warp Pipe in Super Mario Bros. 1. to character names such as Mario, Pauline, Luigi, the Koopalings and more in fact the idea of the Koopalings being Bowser's children was NOA's idea.
I don't know what implications I like better: that someone apparently thinks an insignificant animation being cut was done for "character development" or the implication Peach is an omnipotent being that can see what Mario dreams about.FRIDGE BRILLIANCE
When Mario falls asleep long enough in the original 64 version, he dreams about Italian food. This was cut for the DS remake. At first it may seem like it's because of the addition of more playable characters, but it's possible that Mario overtime has realized how important Princess Peach is to him, and doesn't want her to think he values spaghetti and ravioli more than her in this grand adventure to Save the Princess. This would also explain why he doesn't dream about Italian food in Super Mario Sunshine or Super Mario Galaxy either.
Super Mario 64 is viewed as the first truly good 3D game
LeftyGreenMario said:Some material to work with.
Women Prefer Strong Men
Defrosting Ice Queen
Jerk with a Heart of Gold
Here There Were Dragons
Dragon Problem thing, DragonFreak
Heroes Prefer Swords
Reformed, but Not Tamed
Follow the Leader
The Marioboards fads
Fountain of Memes
Was thinking about the time when you responded to Walkazo's "I thought he was some faceless, formless nightmare entity who doesn't prescribe to the idea of establishing an avatar..." inquiry with this:Glowsquid said:I'm confused as to what you're trying to imply with this
http://www.marioboards.com/index.php?topic=32763.msg1561355#msg1561355 said:Glowsquid is what you imagine him to be.
It's from TV Tropes. I just came across it, but its search function is nonfunctional hipster coding fart so I can't find anything there.Alex95 said:I'm not denying it's validity, but where is this from?