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“It's like rickrolling, but you're trapped all day.”

~ xkcd on TV Tropes

“This article parodies Uncyclopedia's article on TV Tropes, which parodies TV Tropes itself, therefore this article is a parody of a parody!”

~ Captain Obvious on the below article

“I am 100% sure that Wikipedia is a better website than TV Tropes!”

~ Jimmy Wales on TV Tropes

“I am 101% sure that Uncyclopedia is a better website than either Wikipedia or TV Tropes!”

~ Oscar Wilde on the above quote

“I am over 9000% sure that Encyclopedia Dramatica is a better website than either Uncyclopedia, Wikipedia or TV Tropes!”

~ A random btard on the above quote and the quote above it

“No, no, no! Illogicopedia is the bestest website ever in the whole wide world!”

~ An Illogicopedian on the above quote, the quote above it and the quote above it

“Bananas are yummy, and juicy, and squishy!”

~ Another Illogicopedian



An addicting alternative to Wikipedia for those who think Wikipedia's too boring, Uncyclopedia's too wild(e), Encyclopedia Dramatica's too hateful, and this wiki's too illogical. TV Tropes uses a different style than either of the wikis I've just talked about, which a lot of people find cool. The overused word "trope" refers to any idea, concept or a thing that's found in Germany, Italy, Japan, Russia, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Faroe Islands, Finland, Iceland, Greenland, England, America, Spain, Mexico, Australia, Mars, Uranus, The Sun, Heaven, Hell, The Digital World, Video games, Anime, Manga, Bikini Bottom, Dimmsdale, Amity Park, Retroville, Springfield, Star Wars, Youtube, TV Tropes itself, Wikipedia, Illogicopedia, Facebook, 4chan (mostly b), TV, Books, anything/anywhere else that exists, and/or anything/anywhere else that doesn't exist. 'Coz of this, there are over 9000 "tropes" on TV Tropes, and each "trope" page is linked to other tropes. Because of this, users may spend over 9000 eons on that site, before watching Weegee on Youtube Poop again.

Behold the over 9000 examples!


Examples

Germany


Italy

Japan

Russia

Norway

Sweden

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Denmark

Faroe Islands

Finland

Iceland

Greenland

England

America

  • Tropes exist everywhere in America!!! EVERYWHERE!!!
    • There are so many tropes in America that I can't be bothered to list all of them.

Spain

Mexico

Australia

Mars

Uranus

The Sun

  • The surface of the Sun is too hot to play football on.
    • It's also too hot to read Illogicopedia on the surface of the Sun.

Heaven

Hell

The Digital World

Video games

  • Early video games like Mario are simple 2D games that cost nothing!
    • However, newer ones like COD are complex 3d games, and are really hard to make, so they cost a lot!

Anime

  • Anime comes in many types, not just one. And there are lots of different art types as well.
  • Another anime is called Pokémon. Pokémon are creatures that can evolve, proving that evolution does indeed happen.
    • Well, at least to Pokémon.

Manga

  • Manga is similar to anime mentioned above, but the pictures are still, not moving. (but at least there are many pictures)

Bikini Bottom

  • For those of you who don't know, it's where Spongebob and his friends live.
  • Bikini Bottom is like no other city. It's a very special city, because it's located 100% under the sea.
  • In Bikini Bottom, there are a diverse range of living creatures including sponges, starfish, squids, crabs, fish, whales, sharks, plankton, oysters, and much more...
    • I'm not talking about ordinary sponges, starfish, squids, crabs, fish etc. The citizens of Bikini Bottom have human-like intelligence, can talk, walk on two legs, use tools, make Krabby Patties, and have extraordinary comedy talent (specially Spongebob, Bikini Bottom's most famous resident whom we all admire).
  • Because of the above, Bikini Bottom is one of the King of Tropes.
    • And because of all the above writing in the "Bikini Bottom" section, Spongebob will always be one of our favourite shows.

Dimmsdale

Amity Park

  • This is where there are a lot of tropes, and ghosts!
    • But don't worry, 'coz Danny Phantom will fight them all! (the ghosts, not the tropes!)

Retroville

  • Retroville (where Jimmy Neutron lives) is a 3D animated world, as opposed to most others which are 2D, which makes it special.
    • This is D-verted in "Jimmy Timmy Power Hour 3", in which a villain called Shirley makes Retroville 2D.

Springfield

Star Wars

Youtube

TV Tropes

Wikipedia

Illogicopedia

  • Illogicopedia may not be called Tropepedia, but it sure has a lot of cool tropes, most of which are found on this very article, which is about tropes!

Facebook

4chan

TV

  • TV Tropes first thought tropes existed on TV, and only on TV.
    • But they quickly realised that tropes are everywhere!
      • A funny clip from a cartoon on TV could be uploaded on Youtube, carrying its tropes with it. Now, the tropes made their way off of the TV and onto the net.

Books

  • Onomatopoeia
  • Rhyming
  • Assonance
  • Similes
  • Metaphors
  • Oxymorons
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Anything/Anywhere else

  • Remember: Tropes are everywhere, all around us. There are tropes on every subject and every topic.
  • I like pie.

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