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Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_1'); })Insane Troll Logic is the kind of logic that just can't be argued with because it's so demented, so lost in its own insanity, that any attempts to make it rational would make it more incomprehensible. It is logic failure that crosses over into parody or Poe's Law. A character thinks in such a blatantly illogical manner that it has to be deliberate on the part of the writer.
For examples of Insane Troll Logic by video game developers, see You Can't Get Ye Flask, Moon Logic Puzzle, and (extreme examples of) Guide Dang It!.
For examples of characters who engage in this, see The Ditz, Cloudcuckoolander, Strawmen, Moral Guardians, and of course trolls of both internet and mythological origin. A character will tend to use this when he thinks he is smarter than he really is. For when the Insane Troll Logic leads to a true conclusion, see Bat Deduction and Right for the Wrong Reasons. If this trope is exaggerated beyond the point that it even makes grammatical sense, it can become a Word Salad Philosophy. If reality actually follows the troll logic, then the normal rules aren't in effect; Reality Is Out to Lunch. Irrational Hatred may have this as its basis, and Chewbacca Defense is literally built of it. And then, sometimes it's just Obfuscating Stupidity or Obfuscating Insanity in action. No relation to Insane Clown Posse...for the most part.
Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_2'); })Remember that not all bad or faulty logic is Insane Troll Logic. Insane Troll Logic is so badly screwed up that it isn't even wrong - usually either the presenter or the audience have no grasp of even the concept where the "logic" should apply.
A character consumed by this trope tends to say things along the lines of "Because I say it is!" or "You're a liar!"
(Note that, in order to qualify for this trope, some reasoning must be provided; for example, "He likes sweets, thus he is a Nazi" on its own probably doesn't qualify for this trope, but "He likes sweets, thus, he likes Danishes, and if he likes Danishes, he must be a German, and as we know, all Germans are Nazis" probably does, since it provides more "logic" and context. The latter is otherwise known as the Fallacy of Composition.)
Warning: trying to understand the following trains of logic may make your brain hurt.
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Seriously, though - no real-life examples. Not to be confused with Violation of Common Sense.
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In Meikyuu Michiru's reasons for going to a winter date. Winter is rather romantic, right? She certainly believes so. Is she looking cute in her coat? The protagonist admits as much. Is it a problem that they are in the middle of the late-summer heat of early September and otherwise in the hottest days of the year? Not in the slightest. Winter date it is then... Granted there is a simple reason why she wants that, but the way she tries to justify it is as ludicrous as it gets.
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Real Life Comics depicts an instance that actually happened to creator Greg Dean in real life: He tried to order a Pepsi in a Dave and Buster's, but was refused because he wasn't of age to drink alcohol yet (despite his repeated protestations that Pepsi isn't alcoholic). This gets a Call-Back when Greg finally does hit the legal drinking age — the first thing he does is go back to D&B's and say "I want a freaking Pepsi."
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An example happens in the third issue of the four issue miniseries of Kaboom's Over the Garden Wall Comic-Book Adaptation where it turns out that Wirt and his brother Gregory had traded their clothes to animals for pears. Greg wants to eat his pear, but Wirt won't let him because he fears that they won't be able to get their clothes back with only one pear. Greg proceeds to give a ludicrous fallacy on how they could still trade one pear back for their clothes.
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Norton Juster's The Phantom Tollbooth takes place in a world of wordplay and dubious logic. For example:
King Azaz's cabinet justifies why words grow on trees:
Heck, the central plot point of the story is that Milo's task to rescue the princesses was impossible, but he was able to succeed because he didn't know that in advance.
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Bleak Expectations has an example of a character using such logic, when Harry Biscuit attempts to break the 30 mile an hour speed limit. He believes the issue is a lack of horsepower, on account of only having so many horses. Therefore, if he has more horses, he shall have more horsepower, and break the speed limit.
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In RoboCop (2014), the political pundit played by Samuel L. Jackson claims that any senator who supports the Dreyfus Act (which prevents robots from being used to police American cities), must be "pro-crime", citing RoboCop's success (even though RoboCop is a cyborg, not a robot).
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The Whiteboard: According to Doc, he won't need a parachute when he next goes skydiving. He'll just bring along an extension cord or some welding leads, and it's an even bet that they'll snag on something before he lands.
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In Honor Harrington the excuse used to exclude Honor from the House of Lords is that she shot a man whose gun was empty. The reason his gun was empty was that he'd just used it to shoot her in the back. To make it even more insane, he'd opened fire on her during a formal duel without waiting for the official start so even if Honor hadn't shot him the officer supervising the duel would have executed him immediately anyway.
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In Head of State, the Gilliams' opponent tells his campaign manager to bury Mays. Naturally, the manager resorts to the Attack of the Political Ad method, one of which claims that, because didn't attend a certain rally against cancer, he must be "pro-cancer".
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In Umineko: When They Cry this is what Battler's strategy degenerates into when he's desperately grasping at straws, no matter how ridiculous, as a viable theory (as long as magic isn't involved of course); from "spike-launching devices" to "small bombs". Beatrice lets the more amusing ones pass, at least for the time. Dlanor uses her laws to cut them down abruptly and mercilessly.
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This is the entire basis of the existence of the Johnny Turbo comics, and the "plot" follows suit. Buy the Turbo Duo game system, because FEKA is composed of evil robots!
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In Love and Death, Boris, wondering what Socrates would say, and remembering that ancient Greeks were homosexuals, presents a horribly mangled version of a famous syllogism (whose normal, logically valid conclusion is "Socrates is mortal"):
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Doctor Who Expanded Universe
In Big Finish Doctor Who, an Eldritch Abomination named Zagreus possesses the Doctor. The TARDIS manages to lock him up inside her. Zagreus tells her that he's dead now, so she'd better let him out. When the TARDIS pointedly remarks that dead people generally don't talk, Zagreus tries to convince her that she's mad for talking back to a dead person, so she'd better let him out.
In the BBC audio drama Hornets' Nest, the hornet queen throws every moment of doubt Mike Yates has ever had of the Doctor at him in order to break his trust, heedless of the fact that they're contradictory. So in one breath, she criticises the Doctor for abandoning Earth, then she suggests that he's not really a time and space traveller at all and Mike's been conned, and then she asks Mike if he's not jealous of his Time Lord powers.
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The Order of the Dragon in Crimson are a knightly order that not only hunts evil monsters that threaten mankind, but also angels too with the purpose of harvesting their organs into battle-drugs. Their reasoning for killing them is that God sent them as rewards for them to use as they see fit.
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John "Bradshaw" Layfield's rants on supporting the heels have this, one example saying that Daniel Bryan had the nerve to reject the The Wyatt Family even though they kidnapped him to force him to join. He also says that The Authority's abuse of power was "helping" wrestlers and "best for business".
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Pasho has the tribe of Jai and the people of Keli. Those wicked Keli eat fishes and their women wear silver belts rather than golden bracelets. Better murder them all to preserve the purity of Jai.
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8-Bit Theater:
All of Red Mage's plans run on this very logic. When stranded on an island, Thief quite accurately states that Red Mage's plan to get off the island would likely involve blowing up the island with them on it with the justification that they're no longer on the island anymore. While Red Mage's actual plan was much less dangerous, it did involve massive amounts of Evilutionary Biology for the Chocobos and a willingness to exploit his Mime ability beyond its actual usefulness.
This quote of Red Mage's sums it up quite well.
Everyone in the comic is either a liar, a cheat, or utterly stupid, if not all three, so conversations tend toward this. For example; In this comic, Red Mage explains how his plan to shoot down a visible sky castle, then repair it, in order to fly high enough to find the invisible sky castle "makes too little sense to fail."
Black Mage isn't immune to this himself, either. Among other things, he justifies his penchant for extreme short-term planning on the grounds that since it's always now there is no long term and therefore he can't be screwed by it (shortly after being screwed by it), and his explanation for why he tore off the wings of a fairy in order to stick them on a baby's back and make a fake fairy managed to confuse even Red Mage.
Black Mage explains his loyalty to Chaos:
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In Paranoia, playing along with The Computer's Insane Troll Logic is a major survival skill and plot instigator.
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Duff in Conchy is prone to this. Upon learning that Jupiter has 12 moons, he points out that Mars has two, Earth has one, and Venus and Mercury have none, and reaches the conclusion that the Sun evaporates moons.
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A popular meme on some gaming websites involves doing some equations and ending up with 3, saying "Half-Life 3 confirmed", since the game is infamous for taking an incredibly long time to be released. A related one is where fans note that all of Valve's games merely have one sequel and never a third game, leading to the meme: "Valve can't count to 3."
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Bowser's scheme in the Nintendo Adventure Book Dinosaur Dilemma. To quote the Super Mario Wiki:
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Scott Adams' book The Joy Of Work includes a section called "You Are Wrong Because," a handy sheet listing various logical fallacies and suggesting the reader make a copy and hand it to a coworker with the fallacy they have committed circled.note A quick reminder: Just because someone's logic is flawed doesn't necessarily mean they're wrong per se, it just means their argument is meaningless. Two of the examples that stand out as examples of this trope are "Amazingly Bad Analogy" ("You can train a dog to fetch a stick. Therefore you can train a potato to dance.") and "Total Logical Disconnect" ("I enjoy pasta because my house is made of bricks.")
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Freefall: At one point, Sam Starfall decides to steal the satellites he's being paid to deliver. When he tries to figure out a good spot to hide them, Helix comes to the rescue: the best place to hide satellites is in orbit.
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Calvin from Calvin and Hobbes loves this type of logic.
When he's doing a report on bats, he classifies them as bugs because they fly, they're ugly, and they're hairy. He also says he'll get an A on his paper because he's using a "professional" clear plastic binder.
Calvin also protests going to school because if ignorance is bliss, then his education is a violation of his right to the pursuit of happiness. He puts on a patriotic, American Revolution-esque shtick, and when his teacher chases him as he tries to leave the classroom, he yells "Monarchists!"
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One Garfield strip has him speaking to the readers:
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In Monty Python's Life of Brian, a bunch of people becomes convinced that Brian is The Messiah, which he vehemently denies. As somebody points out, "Only the true Messiah denies his divinity!" So Brian says that he is the Messiah, causing the crowd to shout, "He is! He is!"
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Discworld
The explanation of L-space: Books contain knowledge. Knowledge is power. Power is energy. Energy = matter. Matter equals mass. Mass distorts spacetime. Therefore, a well-stocked library or bookstore invariably becomes a labyrinthine lattice of literature connected to every other book that could ever exist, as anyone who’s ever gotten lost in a bookstore knows.
Then there's Cribbins at the end of Making Money. He intended to out Moist von Lipwig as archswindler Albert Spangler as a scam to get money out of him. But Moist outed himself before Cribbins got the chance. So Cribbins concludes that Moist, having kiboshed his scam, now owes him five thousand dollars.
The Auditors of Discworld reason that any sentient personality exists for a finite period, which is negligible in comparison to the infinity of Time. Therefore, they instantly cease to exist if they make the fatal mistake of identifying themselves as "I". The book Lampshades the Insane Troll Logic of this, but the erring Auditors themselves vanish too quickly to ever catch on.
One auditor who has accidentally-on-purpose become human engages in some intentional Insane Troll Logic to trap the aforesaid Auditors, such as putting up a sign that says "Do Not Feed the Elephant" next to an empty cage, a sign with an arrow pointing left but having the word RIGHT on it, and a sign that simply says Duck! with neither a waterfowl present nor a reason to lower one's head.
Some of the less sophisticated members of the Watch (i.e. Colon and Nobby) have this approach to confessions. If someone confesses to a crime then you believe them, even if it is impossible for them to have committed said crime. The people you don't believe are the ones who won't confess. Only guilty people are trustworthy.
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Reginald from Nedroid has workout advice. Given that it's better to do fewer reps with more weight, is to take it to its logical conclusion and do zero reps of a million pounds.
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Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay:
The eponymous characters are arrested and forced to eat "cockmeat sandwich". When Kumar asks the guard (whose dick he and Harold have to suck) if the guard is gay, he responds, "There ain't nothing gay about getting your dick sucked; you're the gay ones for sucking my dick! In fact, it creeps me out being around you fags." The group escapes before they have to put this to the test.
George Bush similarly justifies his smoking in this manner.
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I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue uses a lot of this logic, either taking it seriously (of course Mornington Crescent is a real, rational game with a long and detailed history) or as one-off gags and quick silliness.
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One skit on the Rita Moreno episode of The Muppet Show had Kermit, Piggy, Rita (portraying "Tiffany Gonzales"), and Brewster (a mostly forgotten Muppet) in a panel discussion:
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Magic Ex Libris: The Hero justifies his stealing the car of a very powerful sorcerer that way:
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Nocturnal Animals: Ray claims that if people accuse him of something he hasn't done, then he's got a right to for real. His girlfriend accuses him of cheating? Well, then he will. A woman accuses him of wanting to rape her? He'll do it.
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Monty Python and the Holy Grail:
Paraphrased: Witches burn. Wood also burns. Therefore witches are made of wood. Wood floats in water. A duck also floats in water. So logically, if she weighs the same as a duck, she's made of wood! And therefore, Burn the Witch!. When they put her on the scales, she does indeed weigh the same as the duck. The townspeople first reach the conclusion that they can tell if she's a witch by throwing her into the pond, which actually is part of witchcraft folklore. Logically, if the accused floats, she's a witch using magic and must be burned. If she sinks and drowns, she's not. In this case they're actually right.
Also, when they're trying to figure out how to test whether or not she's made of wood, one villager suggests that they try to build a bridge out of her. Bedevere dismisses this particular test... because bridges can also be built out of stone.
The logician on the soundtrack album goes all the way to the warning track in left field trying to reconcile this with all fish living underwater and all mackerel being fish and dovetailing it into his wife's restlessness.
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Then there's Cribbins at the end of Making Money. He intended to out Moist von Lipwig as archswindler Albert Spangler as a scam to get money out of him. But Moist outed himself before Cribbins got the chance. So Cribbins concludes that Moist, having kiboshed his scam, now owes him five thousand dollars.
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In Arsenic and Old Lace (including the film version) Mortimer Brewster pulls this when trying to get "Teddy Roosevelt" Brewster to sign the papers to admit him and his aunts to the crazy house.
The confused police inspector then remarks "Do that again!"
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In And Another Thing..., the same people who use the Babel Fish to prove that God doesn't exist use the silver-tongued devil, an even more useful creature, to prove that Satan does. There's Lampshade Hanging about how little sense that makes.
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Shaw's plan in X-Men: First Class is built on this: mutants are "the children of the atom" (even though he and at least three other mutants manifested their mutations before the Trinity test, let alone Hiroshima), so starting a nuclear war would increase their power and allow them to rule the world (even though most mutants don't have powers that would allow them to survive either a nuclear strike or the resulting fallout). Subverted in that it's possible he's actually looking out for himself, and only using that argument to convince people to help him. He, after all, would be perfectly suited to surviving a nuclear war.
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"Ya Got Trouble" from The Music Man:
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From Homestuck:
In one of the later chapters, Terezi attempts her hand at insane troll logic when she finds the corpses of her recently murdered friends. According to Terezi, there is no way that it could be anyone but Vriska. To rule out any discrepancies in her logic, she fabricates her own story in which Vriska murdered several trolls, then developed a taste for troll blood (which would explain the vampiric markings on the side of Feferi's neck). She gives up on trying to explain it, acknowledging that her explanation is stupid and unlikely. However, this doesn't change her mind at all about the culprit, logic be damned. She's not at her most sane by this point.
Post-scratch Derse apparently has its own version of Serious Business (a social network). The first time we see it, a Dersite known as HATLIKER tells everyone that he accidentally sat on his favourite hat. What do the others suggest? Turning the hat upside-down and sit on it again to "unsit" on it.
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The puzzles set by Leonardo da Vinci on the Vatican Library door in Irregular Webcomic! are a parody of Moon Logic Puzzles. They start off looking simple (the Train Problem and Knights and Knaves), but the characters use absurd logic to solve them (and yet, while they worry away at technical inconsistencies, they completely dismiss Only Sane Man Monty's point that Leonardo couldn't have written a train problem). And these solutions appear to be right, much to Monty's bewilderment.
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One Penny Arcade strip has Tycho finding Gabe after the latter has left his house full of cigarette smoke. Gabe explains that he preordered My Stop Smoking Coach, but Tycho reminds him that he doesn't smoke; Gabe reasons that he got a carton of cigarettes with his preorder.
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Westeros: An American Musical: The Sand Snakes' reaction to their father dying in another kingdom is to go murder their father's entire family while completely ignoring people who are not only much more directly reponsible for the situation, but physically much closer to them.
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In the infamous, NC-17 version of Caligula, the titular character used this to justify accusing otherwise innocent people of treason and having them executed in the most brutal of ways.
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The Order of the Stick:
Elan learns that the more armor you have, the more it counts against Hide checks. This leads him to the conclusion that wearing absolutely zero armor will make him perfect at hiding, in other words, that going naked will make him invisible.
This is also his reaction when Haley reverses the definitions of adventure and adventurer to make him feel better. If anything they do counts as an adventure since they're adventurers, then of course he's going to go out and do the most random thing possible for the excitement that it's also an adventure. Even Miko is weirded out by his brand of Insane Troll Logic.
Miko uses troll logic from time to time, as lampshaded by Roy:
Tsukiko's grounds for her conclusion that the undead are nice people. Her reasoning is that the living are bastards, so as the antithesis of life, the man-eating undead must actually be sweet, innocent, virtuous entities.
The Empress of Blood knows that dragons get more powerful as they get bigger. However, she decided to make herself bigger by overeating. All this does is make her morbidly obese, but she still thinks it's working.
This is also the basis for the dwarves' fear of trees. The vast majority of lightning strikes trees, sent by Thor is the god of lightning. Therefore, trees must be evil and/or Thor's sworn enemies. Thor wouldn't waste a perfectly good lightning bolt on a tree just for shits and giggles, right?? (Well, yes, actually he would. But he never told the dwarves that...)
Some potion-makers insist that their low prices boost traffic to the store, ignoring the fact that they're selling their wares for less than the cost of making them. Vaarsuvius gives up on explaining when they decide to turn around their business by announcing a sale.
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In the Resident Evil novel City of the Dead, Chief Irons holds Claire Redfield at gunpoint and demands to know why she's there. When she tries to explain that she only wants to find her brother, Chris Redfield, Irons comes to the conclusion that since Chris had worked against him that Chris worked for Umbrella — and by extension thus Claire works for Umbrella and was sent by Umbrella to kill Irons. And no amount of explaining on Claire's part can convince him otherwise, as he takes her complete and utter bewilderment of his accusations as an admission of guilt.
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Touchstone, in As You Like It, explains that Corin's going to Hell because he never went to court:
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In Sinfest, Lil' Evil argues that Evilution -- the theory humans are descendants of Evil Monkeys -- must be true because Church people don't like it.
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In the Star Risk, Ltd. series, Jasmine King left her previous job after her supervisor decided she was too perfect to be human, therefore she was an android, therefore he didn't legally need to pay her.
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Somehow, Sam Diamond links a girl walking off with his money in 1940 Paris with the German invasion of France that by chance occurred two hours later. Of course, it's played for laughs. It's also a Shout-Out to Casablanca, another film Humphrey Bogart is famous for.
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In The Restaurant at the End of the Universe, Zaphod justifies stealing a spaceship thusly: "Property is theft, right? Therefore, theft is property, therefore this ship is ours."
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Havest from the New 52 almost certainly counts. In the future, he fought in a war against metahumans, which started when Superman retreated from the world after the gradual death of his son, Jon Lane Kent. When his own son dies in the war, the man would become Harvest decides to end the war by any means necessary. How does he accomplish this? By going back in time, infecting little Jon with something that'll make him look like he died of a birth defect, kidnapping him when everyone thinks he's dead, and brings him back to the future to raise as his own son and anti-metahuman weapon - That's right, Harvest started the very war his son and countless others died in...all so he could end it.
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Com'c: Several characters do this, particularly John, who can prove that the speed of sound is 1 mph (~1.6 km/h).
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Any Dane or Norwegian who didn't sleep their way through school knows this classic example from Ludvig Holberg's 18th century comedy Erasmus Montanus: Erasmus, having returned to his home village after getting an education at the Copenhagen university, demonstrates the power of logical thinking to his mother by stating that since rocks can't fly and his mother can't fly, she must be a rock. The mother is so gullible that she begins to think she is a rock, but Erasmus "saves" her by pointing out that rocks can't talk, but she can, so she's not a rock after all. Due to this play, the concept of insane troll logic is called Erasmus-Montanus logic in Denmark.
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Mars Attacks!: Kessler believed that the Martians must have been peaceful because of their intelligence, ignoring the fact that intelligence really does not dictate what people are like.
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Featured in "troll physics," a form of 4chan's /v/ board's MS Paint comics. For example, bread always lands butter-side down. Cats always land on their feet. Therefore, attaching a piece of buttered bread to a cat's back will result in Anti-gravity.
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Shortpacked! has REALLY insane troll logic here. This is based on an actual troll on his blog (link)
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In Big Finish Doctor Who, an Eldritch Abomination named Zagreus possesses the Doctor. The TARDIS manages to lock him up inside her. Zagreus tells her that he's dead now, so she'd better let him out. When the TARDIS pointedly remarks that dead people generally don't talk, Zagreus tries to convince her that she's mad for talking back to a dead person, so she'd better let him out.
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In Dungeons & Dragons, slaadi have weird ways of thinking. They are outsiders from the realm of chaos, are Always Chaotic Neutral (or Chaotic Evil in 4th edition), and who have a mechanically-enforced Our Monsters Are Weird creature-generation system. They also look like giant anthropomorphic frogs. And this is ignoring the very big potential for Player Character Chaotic Stupid tendency.
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A major plot point in 1982's Alone in the Dark. Dr. Potter has come to replace Dr. Merton in a mental institute. Patients who really liked Merton come to the conclusion that Merton is gone, Potter is here, Potter killed Merton, and they ought to kill him before he kills them too. Granted, they are literally insane.
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The Devil Is a Part-Timer!: Lucifer is a Fallen Angel who wants to win his way back to Heaven and is convinced that the best way to do so is by allying himself with Maou, the Demon King, and being a Jerkass who terrorizes innocent people.
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Nephilopolis in general runs on this in Dresden Codak, but the Department of Inquisition has a particularly fine line in it, concluding that something they just saw happen could not possibly have happened.
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In Turnabout Time Traveler, when Edgeworth protests that some scattered flower petals are hardly "meaningful" evidence, the Judge disagrees...because they're his wife's favorite flowers, and their relationship is VERY meaningful, so the petals must be, too. Phoenix is actually able to get a fair number of bluffs through by playing on this angle; since the trial centers around a wedding and Edgeworth is quite vocal about his desire to remain single, the Judge will usually agree with Phoenix due to Edgeworth 'not understanding romance'.
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The Flash:
Zoom (Hunter Zolomon) is this once you actually think about what he's saying. He's a guy who has gone through an extraordinary amount of tragedy throughout his life, and when his back is broken and Wally West (the then-current Flash) refuses to use time-travel to fix Hunter's spine, Hunter accidentally turns himself into Zoom, a speedster much faster than Wally. He resolves to use his powers to make Wally experience tragedy, believing it will motivate Wally into becoming a better hero... see the flaw there? If Hunter's logic was as foolproof as he believed it to be... he himself would be a great hero! But he's not. It seems like Hunter's just looking for an excuse to beat up on Wally for not fixing his spine, though later events show that he's really just that insane, as a side-effect of his powers.
Eobard Thawne blames Barry Allen for every bad thing in his life which makes no damn sense whatsoever. It doesn't help that Eobard is an egotistical, sadistic sociopath whom abused his Time Travel powers to change Barry's past by killing his mom and framing his dad for it.
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Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc:
Cloudcuckoolander Hagakure delves into this from time to time. Perhaps the biggest example is when Kirigiri shows up after having believed to have been killed, and Hagakure refuses to believe that she isn't a ghost. The first part of the trial then consists of Naegi having to prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that Kirigiri really is alive. While the person in question is standing right in front of them.
Monokuma is a less hilarious example. He traps the cast in a building, tells them that the only way out is to kill someone and get away with it, and then psychologically and emotionally tortures and blackmails them to make them desperate to get out enough to kill. Whenever anybody calls him on it, though, he claims that the students killing each other is entirely on them and it isn't his fault. But his worst use of Insane Troll Logic is unquestionably when he outright decides to plant a fake suicide note on the scene of a crime and when this is found out, he tries to claim that this act wasn't the same thing as planting false evidence or attempting to mislead anyone trying to find the killer. It turns out that particular instance was indeed a suicide, but not for the reasons Monokuma's fake note implied.
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In The Pirates of Penzance Major-General Stanley claims the tombs in the ruined chapel on his estate are the tombs of his ancestors, even though he only bought the estate a year ago. He is their "descendant by purchase," you see.
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Precocious:
Suzette resorts to it when she's short of things to be righteously outraged about.
Also, insomniac logic is a special kind of logic.
And Casey's "skipped a grade" antics here.
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Several characters in Ménage à 3 and its spinoffs have their moments of insanity. For example...
Being fairly flaky at the best of times, Yuki is especially prone, particularly when she's upset. She sometimes recognizes when she's being unreasonable, though it doesn't always stick:
There are also Nathan's claims about his own sexuality, denying that he's at all gay despite starting each day out by having anal sex with one of his male subordinates.
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In Anyone Can Whistle, the patients from a local insane asylum infiltrate a line of pilgrims waiting to see a "miracle" set up by the mayoress and her cronies. To keep from being exposed, they call on the asylum's doctor, who sends his recently arrived assistant, J. Bowden Hapgood. Hapgood promises to separate the sane from the insane using "the principles of logic," and has an entire 13-minute musical sequence that is full of this kind of "logic".
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Dirk Gently. His chosen career was built around using this in order to list anything he likes, even holidays to the Bahamas, as "case-related expenses", although since nobody ever pays for his services, such as they are, it's kind of a futile gesture. Luckily, most of his cases can be solved by Bat Deductions, not that he'll ever get paid for doing so.
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Grisaia Series:
In Kajitsu Michiru's reasons on how some of her actions reinforce her tsundere nature can often come off as this.
Also in Kajitsu Michiru's reasons as to why and how she consumes vitamin C are as varied as they are misinformed, it doesn't make her smarter, and it's not that much easier for the body to absorb it in liquid form.
Kajitsu: Sachi takes off her maid uniform and wraps it around the head of her brush. Why? Because it connects with the floor on a larger surface... besides she just accidentally fell, so her clothes were wet anyway.
In Meikyuu Michiru's reasons for going to a winter date. Winter is rather romantic, right? She certainly believes so. Is she looking cute in her coat? The protagonist admits as much. Is it a problem that they are in the middle of the late-summer heat of early September and otherwise in the hottest days of the year? Not in the slightest. Winter date it is then... Granted there is a simple reason why she wants that, but the way she tries to justify it is as ludicrous as it gets.
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Murder by Death:
Somehow, Sam Diamond links a girl walking off with his money in 1940 Paris with the German invasion of France that by chance occurred two hours later. Of course, it's played for laughs. It's also a Shout-Out to Casablanca, another film Humphrey Bogart is famous for.
The ending becomes this when you realize that each and every explanation offered by these so-called "great detectives" — as well as the one the mastermind gives them in his Motive Rant, which they end up accepting as the truth — relies on all of them accepting that the maid they saw was actually a mannequin. The actual truth, of course, revealed after they all leave, is that the mastermind is the maid, utilizing Latex Perfection to disguise herself.
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In The Mikado, Ko-Ko saves his life (plus the lives of Pooh-Bah and Pitti-Sing) when Nanki-Poo suddenly shows up, very much alive. This puts the Mikado in something of a quandary; Ko-Ko did not kill the heir apparent, but he is in dereliction of his duty. Ko-Ko solves the problem thusly:
Cue the Dance Party Ending
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In one issue of The Simpsons, Milhouse was convinced he was invisible thanks to Bart and some business involving Professor Frink's dumpster. When Milhouse found himself about to have the local bullies beat the crap out of them, Bart stepped in with this trope, arguing that there are many invisible things you can't see which are dangerous, so how dangerous could something invisible you can see be? Lampshaded immediately when Jimbo ran off with a cry of "Let's get outta here! He's using contradictory logic!"
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Konosuba: When asked why she kept using Verdia's castle as target practice after promising to stop. Megumin says she simply couldn't go back to casting explosion in empty fields once she knew how satisfying it was to have a target.
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And while we're on the subject of fools in Shakespeare, Feste, the fool from Twelfth Night, is a master of this. For example, he attempts to prove that Olivia is a fool so that the people asked to "take away the fool" will remove her instead of him:
Feste also gives a lengthy, confusing speech when Olivia accuses him of growing dishonest:
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The vast majority of logic from Karl Pilkington, from The Ricky Gervais Show, is this.
For example, he's willing to donate all of his organs except his eyes. He doesn't want to donate his eyes because he's afraid of becoming a blind ghost. Even though he is convinced that blind people will get eyes in the afterlife.
Another example: Karl believes that snakes and spiders like hiding under rocks. The Earth is essentially a giant rock, with Australia underneath. That's why there's so many snakes and spiders in Australia.
Karl thought the dodo went extinct because it tasted terrible and no-one wanted to eat it.
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The Pushcart War has a mayor who's in the trucking companies' pocket convincing everyone not to oppose the trucks by stating that they stood for progress and also delivered a lot of good things like peanut butter. So if you were against the trucks, you were against progress. You might even be against peanut butter. And no decent person could be against peanut butter!
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Paranatural:
Johnny at one point makes the following argument: All roads lead to Rome. But they're not going to Rome. Therefore, they should leave the road. It eventually gets them to something they wanted to see, but only after hours of wandering uselessly through the woods.
Ritz Price-Lee at one point explains that she's literally kicking the dog because the dog is poor, and someone needs to make animals stop freeloading and get real jobs.
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Launce in Two Gentlemen of Verona:
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The Three Blind Mice of Fables. They'll be walking along headed for some goal (usually a fairly far-out one), and one will question if there is such a place/circumstance/etc. One of the mice (usually Thaddeus) will then say that since no-one has stopped them or they haven't been told that their goal is not attainable, then it must be there, and all they have to do is find it. Rose Red has a particularly funny example.
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Batman: The Movie:
The Dynamic Duo, Commissioner Gordon, and Chief O'Hara are attempting to figure out who made a murderous attack on the Caped Crusader — with a shark stuffed full of TNT:
The same movie tops it later when Batman and Robin try to figure out the Riddler's pair of clues to his latest caper:
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She keeps up this trend in the spinoff series Haruhi-chan:
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Full Metal Panic!: While pretty effective in a combat situation, Sosuke Sagara's mind becomes this in a school situation, always over-analyzing something and believing that it's got to be the work of a spy or potential assassin, or worse yet (for the other students) that it's supposed to provide them with Training from Hell (as an example, he receives a letter from a Stalker with a Crush schoolgirl early in Fumoffu... after piecing it back together from what remains after he blew up the shoe lockers, he takes the Anguished Declaration of Love and offer to meet behind the gym as "I have been spying on you all of this time and I want to meet you at this time so we can duel". He also once takes an art teacher's statement that he should be "hard to get" as a model as an order to hunt his classmates down Predator-style as some kind of counter-surveillance exercise).
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Sluggy Freelance: There's an example of Insane Troll Logic in ethical reasoning in the drunk scene in "That Which Redeems — Sham Pain" where Leo and Kent talk about how Zoë did wrong in habitually telling the truth when Leo thought she was habitually lying.
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In Ruddigore, the entire plot is motivated by a curse that compels the current Bad Baronet of Ruddigore to commit a crime every day or die in agony. Robin (the current baronet) is about to be killed by the ghost of his ancestor, Sir Roderick, for failing to commit his daily crime, when he suggests to Roderick that failing to commit a crime is tantamount to suicide, and suicide is itself a crime. Not only does this satisfy Roderick, but causes him to come back to life (essentially making his undeath vanish in a Puff of Logic).
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Sally Forth (Howard) subverts this trope. Hilary tells Sally that since she told her Christmas was about giving, she took the egg carton out of the fridge and put the eggs in a plastic bag. It turns out to make sense, however, when it's revealed in the next strip that Hilary had used the egg carton to make an ornament for Sally.
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Kajitsu: Sachi takes off her maid uniform and wraps it around the head of her brush. Why? Because it connects with the floor on a larger surface... besides she just accidentally fell, so her clothes were wet anyway.
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The Shining documentary Room 237 is ripe with this, putting forth theories like how there are scenes in the film that imply Kubrick helped fake the moon landing.
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In Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney, one of the witnesses devolves into this frequently, notably why he steals large panties (For Science!), and if you can actually keep up with his Motor Mouth Scrolling Text, he somehow manages to take the leap from discussing someone being shot "square in the forehead" to "krypton particles are rare" among other things.
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In the Fraggle Rock episode "The Preachification of Convincing John", Mokey has very sensible (albeit wrong) reason for wanting the Fraggles to stop eating Doozer constructions. When this fails to persuade everyone, she recruits Convincing John, who explains it like this:
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In The 'Burbs, Art suspects the new neighbors are a family of serial killers; his "investigation" involves slipping a note that says "I know what you've done" under their door and running away, simply to let them know someone is onto them.
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Michael Cole was doing this after Layfield's departure to wrestle again and before Layfield's return to the announce table from 2010-2012. His demented justifications for the behavior of many heels, especially former General Manager John Laurinaitis, legitimately angered many fans, as well as other members of the commentary team.
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In The Men from the Ministry:
Mr. Lamb asks his landlady Mrs. Bradby to charge less rent for the benefit of both of them. When Mildred questions how it brings help to her, Lamb says that in weeks he can't pay she loses less money.
According to Sir Gregory, it is said that one person in four is mentally unstable. Therefore if you're on the bus and the nearest three people look sane, it must be you.
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The Brightest Shadow: One of Veron's main tactics when she's messing with people.
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In The Emperor's New Groove, Yzma uses this as an excuse not to give food to the poor:
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In The Bible, the Pharisees often made such charges against Jesus, like, "He casts out demons by the prince of demons." Jesus points out the obvious contradiction of the accusation.
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In The Crucible, a play about the Salem witch trials, an old man named George Jacobs is accused of witchcraft, Abigail Williams claiming he entered her window at night to perform his spells. Jacobs points out that he needs canes to walk, and that climbing would be impossible with his health. The court replies that he could've sent his spirit into the window. Sadly, Jacobs can't argue against that and gets hanged.
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In The Qur'an Abu Lahab doesn't believe and staunchly opposes The Prophet Muhammad — to the point where the latter prophesies that Lahab will eventually burn in hellfire as an unbeliever. Of course, Lahab not believing in such things is unmoved by such a threat. The IST / Catch-22 comes when some use this passage to reason that Lahab could have easily have proven Muhammad's prophecy wrong and thereby scored further points by simply converting to Islam — as it would thereby let him avoid going to hell (as according to Islam). Yes, Lahab ought to have debunked the teachings and inspiredness of Muhammad by accepting the teachings and inspiredness of Muhammad, according to the rules as dictated by teachings and inspiredness of Muhammad...
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The One Who Eats Monsters: Asura who can manipulate minds cause this in their victims. As a result of Ghorm's machinations, the Asura Cabal's mortal agents are twisted until they believe whatever wildly contradictory things are needed by the asura to sic them on Senator Bradford and Naomi. An eco-terrorist, a racist rapist, and a religious soldier all work together despite knowing they have been told wildly different stories and would rather kill each other, and they just never question it.
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Lady Death: Queen Satasha hates the rebels after a battle against Death Queen's minions razed her kingdom with her wife being killed in the conflict. Despite the fact that she offered sanctuary to the rebels because they were her friends and her wife was killed by one of Death Queen's monsters, before Satasha's eyes no less. While, to her credit, she blames herself for accepting the rebels in the first place and surrenders the throne to atone for failing to her subjects, her hatred for them is so intense — more specifically, one of their key leaders Wargoth, that she provides The Dragon with the means to kill him, when he had absolutely nothing to do with her death. The thought of calling out Death Queen's followers for the attack never crosses her mind. In short: she wants to avenge her beloved by siding with the party directly responsible against the other party which used to be friends with her and had nothing to do with it because they lead their enemies to her home in the first place.
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Angels in America has Roy Cohn explaining to his doctor at length how he is not homosexual, even though he does have sex with men, as homosexuality is really about lacking social, economic and political power.
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In the Rainbow Magic series, Jack Frost's reason for going after the Green Fairies was because he wanted goblins to be the only green thing around, not realizing that green meant ecology.
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In Madea's Family Reunion, Victoria tries to rationalize the fact that she let her second husband, Lisa's father and Vanessa's stepfather, rape her in order to stay. Vanessa outright asks if she's insane.
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Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal
How to be a Conspiracy Theorist. The sample reasoning mostly consists of really bad puns substituting for connections between things.
In "Connections", a woman tries to analyse everything a man says by using a device that records it all and arranges concepts via connections. Unfortunately, her logic in doing this isn't very good: Because he connects "Hitler" with "evil", "evil" with "confusing" and "love" with "confusing", he must hold that Hitler = love. No wonder she concludes he holds 7 trillion socially repulsive views.
From another strip: Since someone set a monetary value for human life, we can conversely measure large sums of money in terms of number of human lives; since any amount of money would theoretically accrue enormous interests if invested for a very long time, we can conclude that failing to save a little money is equivalent to mass murder.
"The Future 2": The more morally upright people are in the future, the more deserving they are of previous generations leaving them a good world to live in. Therefore, the worse we are now, the more morally right it was for the people of the past to leave us the world they did. Therefore, we should now be bad to make the past generations' actions morally better.
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In Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew, Petruchio orders his servants not to let his wife, Kate, eat or sleep. Kate begs their servant Grumio to give her food. Grumio pretends to use this so that he can follow Petruchio's orders.
First he offers to get Kate some calf's foot. When she agrees he rescinds the offer, saying that calf's foot would make her bad-tempered.
Then he offers her tripe but takes that offer back for the same reason.
The real kicker is the beef and mustard. When he offers this to Kate, she agrees. Then he says no because the mustard is too hot. She says she'll have the beef without the mustard, then. He says no, the beef goes with the mustard. She says she's willing to eat one or the other or both or anything else. So Grumio comes up with the perfect solution: mustard without the beef!
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Catch-22 and its sequel Closing Time. Never let Milo Minderbinder talk. Or ex-PFC Wintergreen. Milo was able to make a profit by selling black market foodstuffs to himself. And rightfully bragged about it. The whole of Catch-22 is based on the idea that the military is run on insane troll logic, as is the US system of capitalism. Look at where Minderbender convinces High Command that the Luftwaffe subcontracting bombing the Americans to the USAAF is perfectly reasonable.
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In a Peanuts strip, Lucy is interviewing the cast at the sandlot for a school newspaper article on violence in sports:
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FoxTrot:
In one strip, after Roger spends part of his and Andy's bank account to buy a very expensive driver without her permission, he tries to convince his understandably furious wife that it can actually help them save money. (And only succeeds in making her angrier.):
In another strip, Roger — again — needs an antacid because he got sick to his stomach having lunch at a place called the Mucky Clam. Andy asks him why he'd even eat there, as he always gets sick when he does. Roger says it was because they had an all-you-can-eat special.
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In Animal House, in order to deflect attention from the (accurate) charge that they supplied their underage pledges with alcoholic beverages and date-raped their female guests at a toga party, Eric Stratton uses this. By claiming it's unfair to railroad the entire Delta fraternity because of the actions of a few bad apples. After all, one might as well scapegoat institutions of higher learning in general for allowing such organizations to exist at all -- and, by extension, one might also condemn the United States of America for mismanaging its national educational system. And how dare you! That's unpatriotic!
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The Princess Bride: Vizzini batters the Man in Black with a series of contradicting logical deductions to decide which cup is poisoned. The Man in Black accuses him of using his monologue to trick him into revealing where the poison is. Whether this is his goal or not is never explicitly explained, since the core of Vizzini's trick is simply switching goblets while the Man in Black's back is turned. It's unclear whether his deductions truly led him to believe that the goblet originally in front of him was the poisoned one, or whether he was simply counting on the Man in Black's reaction to his choice being the confirmation. Either way, he was wrong.
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Samoa Joe walked out on Crimson during a tag team match in TNA because Crimson was on an undefeated streak and Joe never needed help during his undefeated streak.
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Pogo does this constantly.
For example, when Albert is on trial for allegedly eating Pup-Dog, Seminole Sam produces a fish skeleton as evidence, arguing that Pup-Dog was so fond of water he was "jus' like a fish." Porkypine refutes him by pointing out that it's a catfish skeleton.
Often, the characters would attempt to outwit each other, each using their own Insane Troll Logic. The results were... frequently astonishing.
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In Zombieland: Double Tap, Madison goes through an accidental Self-Induced Allergic Reaction to almonds from her trail mix. When Wichita questions her on this, she claims she thought trail mix was vegan.
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R.O.T.O.R. has this dialogue: "The difference between a hero and a villain is the amount of compensation they take for their services. At our pay grade, I'd say we're heroes."
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The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy runs on a combination of this and It Runs on Nonsensoleum:
The eponymous guide proves that there is no life in the universe by first informing that the universe is of infinite size and that there is a finite number of inhabited worlds in the universe. Since any finite number divided by infinity is so small "as makes no odds", then clearly any life in the galaxy must be the product of a deranged mind. And that anybody you encounter is therefore just a figment of your imagination.
It also said that the Babel Fish proves there is no God. After all, it is so staggeringly improbable that such a thing would have been created by chance that it proves there is a creator. However, God has said that He refuses to provide proof of His own existence as with proof there is no need for faith, therefore by proving His existence, He simultaneously proves that He does not exist "and disappears in a Puff of Logic". The man who proves this goes on to prove that black is white. In the TV version, it is explained that combining all colors together in the form of paint equals black while combining all colors in the form of light (from colored bulbs) equals white. Fittingly, the man gets himself killed on the next zebra crossing/crosswalk.
Legal precedent was established when the Guide was sued by the families of hitchhikers who had taken the entry on the planet Traal literally. (It said "The Ravenous Bugblatter Beast of Traal often makes a very good meal for visiting tourists" rather than "The Ravenous Bugblatter Beast of Traal often makes a very good meal of visiting tourists") The Guide's lawyers summoned a poet to testify under oath that beauty was truth and truth beauty, and therefore blamed life for failing to be either beautiful or true. The judges concurred, and in a moving statement, held life itself in contempt of court and duly confiscated it from all present before retiring for a pleasant evening's ultra-golf.
In The Restaurant at the End of the Universe, Zaphod justifies stealing a spaceship thusly: "Property is theft, right? Therefore, theft is property, therefore this ship is ours."
In And Another Thing..., the same people who use the Babel Fish to prove that God doesn't exist use the silver-tongued devil, an even more useful creature, to prove that Satan does. There's Lampshade Hanging about how little sense that makes.
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Pirates of the Caribbean:
Barbossa occasionally strays into this territory. This gem comes from the third movie:
Captain Jack Sparrow not only uses Insane Troll Logic, but his logic is also so insane that it quite nicely loops back around to making sense. Added to the fact that it alternately seems like Obfuscating Insanity and, well, just plain old-fashioned insanity.
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Katarina in My Next Life as a Villainess: All Routes Lead to Doom! used to be a "normal" schoolgirl who died and reincarnated as a noble who happens to also be an otome game villain. She recognizes the role she's in and takes steps to avoid the bad ends that may be in store for her, but these plans tend to be 'scare my fiancee with a toy snake before he can stab me' or 'learn to farm in case I get exiled.'
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This is part of the appeal of Warhammer 40,000's Orks. Imperial scholars theorize that somewhere in the distant past a Mekboy built two superficially identical vehicles, one of which was painted red. Due to an immeasurable internal difference, the red vehicle went faster, so the Orks decided it was due to the color scheme, a belief they've stuck with ever since. Since the Orks are unconsciously, latently psychic, this means that any vehicle painted red goes faster because they expect it to.note It is entirely possible that Ork Mecs simply paint red those vehicles that are actually faster. Paint is not that expensive to not paint every vehicle in your army in desired color if it makes any difference.
Orks on military strategy: "Here's da plan: win. If we lose, it's because ya didn't follow da plan."
Orks on friendly fire: "If ya misses it, it's obviously one o' ours. If ya hits it, den it must be one o' theirs."
Orks on victory and defeat: "Orkses is never beaten in battle. If we win we win, if we die we die fightin' so it don't count as beat. If we runs for it we don't die neither, so we can always come back for anuvver go, see!"
Even better: "Orks is made for fightin' an' winnin'. So if dey lose, den dey weren't really Orks!"
Orks on being ambushed: "Ha! Dese gits just made da classic blunda: attackin' an Ork who 'adn't found 'em already! Now we'z can stomp dem fasta, haha!"
Orks on firepower: "Dere is no such t'ing as too-much-dakka. If such a t'ing as enough-dakka existed, adding more to it woul' be too-much. Derefore dere is no such t'ing as enough-dakka! Pile it on, boyz!"
One Ork Warboss and his invasion fleet got sent back in time by a Warpstorm, arriving shortly before they'd left. The Warboss decided to kill his past self so he'd have two copies of his favorite gun. The resulting confusion stopped the invasion in its tracks.
/tg/ has applied Orky logic to matters of camouflage, concluding that purple is the sneakiest color. Because you've never seen a purple army, have you?
By this Eldar philosopher Uthan the Perverse cocluded that Orks are only sane race:
This can apply to the Players themselves. A swarm of infantry bodies in any other army would be a suicide tactic (or at least be a handicap in the case of the imperial guard). For the Orks, it's the only tactic! This actually works because the Orks roll so many dice, the sheer amount of actual hits are still enough to kill whatever they're targeting, despite the massive odds against them.
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In El Goonish Shive, most of the characters seem to think that Tedd's explanation of the reason he maintains long hair is Insane Troll Logic. Oddly, it actually makes perfect sense. You see, Tedd looks very androgynous and would quite like to look more manly. But he keeps long hair anyway. If he cut his hair, he would look very slightly more manly but it would be obvious that the thing that makes him look so feminine is his actual face itself. If he keeps his hair in a really girly long hairstyle, then everyone at school with him assumes that he would look manly if not for his hair.
Much later on, Tedd realizes that he's actually genderfluid. This provides an alternative (and less illogical) reason for maintaining long hair; he sometimes enjoys looking girly even when he's not using one of his Gender Bender devices to turn himself female.
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Early in Basic Instructions we had the redneck and Scott's own mother providing this. After Jenkins introduction, he became the poster child for using Insane Troll Logic to insist that he's right about everything. When Scott indulges in this himself, he hangs a lampshade on it by calling on Jenkins to support him.
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Judge Dredd: The Dark Judges arrived to the conclusion that only the living commit crimes, therefore life itself is the greatest crime of all and the only suitable sentence is death.
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Julian's brother Gallus drunkenly explains why he's not The Caligula:
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Used in The Non-Adventures of Wonderella here to con Jesus into... Insane Troll Logic stuff.
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In Silent Hill, Rose knows where to go by finding vague items; she always turns out to be right, but it gets odd when she MUST go to the hotel because she found a piece of a sign in some dead guy's mouth. It makes sense, however, since the town seems to follow dream/nightmare logic rather than that of Real Life.
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Jack Point's explanation of how there is humour in all things in The Yeomen of the Guard is this with a touch of Metaphorgotten:
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Kill Time or Die Trying:
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Psmith has a knack for this. From a scene in Psmith in the City wherein he harasses a politician at a Town Hall meeting:
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Pearls Before Swine featured Rat wearing a hat that he claimed made him immortal. His logic was that he wore it and he hadn't died yet.
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Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory has Willy Wonka's explanation for the Road Trip Across the Street in the Wonkamobile: "If the Good Lord had intended us to walk, He wouldn't have invented roller skates."
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Warrior Cats:
Hawkfrost wants to kill Firestar because he couldn't save Tigerstar from Scourge's claws. Ignoring the fact that no one could do anything out of shock, and Scourge was too fast for anyone to stop him.
Played for laughs in Bramblestar's Storm, when the apprentices bunk in with the warriors temporarily. Dewpaw says that they must be warriors now since they were in the warriors' den now.
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In Genius: The Transgression, this is the Phenomenologist's modus operandi. They believe that facts shouldn't get in the way of personal whim and so they will happily alter their philosophy and perception of reality to justify whatever they're doing at the time. What sets them apart from The Unfettered is that they genuinely believe everything they say, even if it's obviously absolute nonsense.
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Episode five of Mystery Show revolves around the question of Jake Gyllenhaal's exact height, a question prompted by a very divided internet comment thread. In said thread, one commenter notes that Jake must be six-foot-three because he was (allegedly) supposed to play the Joker, who is six-foot-three. Others point out that that doesn't make sense because they can't confirm that the Joker is six-foot-three. Starlee suggests (probably jokingly) that the discrepancy might be why Jake didn't get the part.
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Ace Attorney:
Phoenix Wright is fond of objecting first and thinking later and of grasping at straws and coming up with imaginative guesses, but he's usually too honest and reasonable to use actual troll logic. However, in one situation where he's desperate to keep the trial going as long as possible until the police complete the next phase of their investigation, we get this exchange:
Von Karma has a similar line of logic in the first game (this is the same guy who wanted to have his ATM PIN (0001) entered into evidence as "proof" that he's perfect):
Another example from the third game involves a massive stone lantern with upside-down bloody writing on it. Gumshoe voices the results of his special Gumshoe investigation: At the time of the murder, the stone lantern was upside down.
In Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney, one of the witnesses devolves into this frequently, notably why he steals large panties (For Science!), and if you can actually keep up with his Motor Mouth Scrolling Text, he somehow manages to take the leap from discussing someone being shot "square in the forehead" to "krypton particles are rare" among other things.
Phoenix will often break into this trope whenever the player answers a question wrong. Take this example from the DLC case of the fifth game:
Edgeworth himself does this if you present wrong evidence in at a few parts in Investigations 2.
Matt Engarde also proclaims that he never killed anyone, despite hiring an assassin to commit the case's murder for him, making him indirectly responsible. Either due to using Exact Words or his own warped belief in his own innocence, he actually manages to fool Phoenix's Magatama with this.
In Turnabout Time Traveler, when Edgeworth protests that some scattered flower petals are hardly "meaningful" evidence, the Judge disagrees...because they're his wife's favorite flowers, and their relationship is VERY meaningful, so the petals must be, too. Phoenix is actually able to get a fair number of bluffs through by playing on this angle; since the trial centers around a wedding and Edgeworth is quite vocal about his desire to remain single, the Judge will usually agree with Phoenix due to Edgeworth 'not understanding romance'.
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The Star Wars Legends short story anthology Tales from Jabba's Palace has one story about Gartogg the Gamorrean. Even among the other not too bright guards, he is considered incredibly dumb. In his attempt to solve two murders so that he could be assigned the best jobs, he concluded that snot vampire Dannik Jerriko must be the killer because there was no evidence to find and his species never leaves evidence when they kill someone. He turns out to be right after all.
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In Baka and Test: Summon the Beasts, the following exchange happens:
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Durarara!!'s own troll Orihara Izaya does this all the time to screw people over.
Kururi and Mairu ideas on "twin-ness" are baffling. Thanks to their big brother, Izaya.
Kida has moments, too, as he can conclude any remark by "... so, let's go pick up chicks!"
Shizuo also applies in episode three. After being hit in the head by a goon, he says this:
He later makes a similar rant taken to an even greater level, arguing that since there's a 0.0000000000000001 percent chance of dying from the "evil eye", beating up someone who glared at him is justified self-defense.
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Wild River: R.J. Bailey declares that one of his workers, Ben took the offer to work for the TVA for greater pay, and Bailey threatened Ben into coming back to work for him and then beat him so viciously that he couldn't work for two days (making Bailey hire another man). He declares that this means Chuck owes him the $4 he had to pay for Ben's replacement. Chuck understandably doesn't see it that way. After Bailey beats up Chuck and takes the money though, it's implied that he was merely trying to intimidate Chuck and make a point, as he uses that money to buy some moonshine to send up to the battered Chuck with a smug chuckle.
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Everything Doctor Doom does make sense if you believe as he does that everything wrong with his life is Reed Richards' fault.
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The attendant at the Family Reunion Office in Coco is allergic to Dante, a hairless dog, and keeps sneezing. The attendant, like everyone in the Land of the Dead, is a skeleton and insists that it makes sense that he's allergic to a hairless dog because he doesn't have a nose. Miguel is appropriately bewildered by this response.
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Fantastic Four:
Everything Doctor Doom does make sense if you believe as he does that everything wrong with his life is Reed Richards' fault.
Utilized in one issue where a Skrull who is secretly Hank Pym steals the FantastiCar and disappears, after calling out the coordinates for sector 1-C, and to scan for Ferric Oxide. According to the Thing, ferric oxide means rust, 1-C means Yan-C, which means Yancey Street, and together they mean the abandoned auto junkyard off of Yancey Street. This is then lampshaded by Hank Pym revealing that he was hanging out on them the entire time, and if they had gone to a local pizza place, he would have been there.
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The focus of the satirical novel Gog, where the eponymous protagonist meets a variety of intellectuals, artists and charlatans with very stupid ideas. The most illustrative example is the eponymous Caccavone, who believes in "Oudenism"; while Descartes taught that he thought, therefore he existed, Caccavone holds that, because thinking is just abstract and does not correspond to reality, he doesn't think, therefore he doesn't exist! He believes that absolutely nothing exists ("being=nothing").
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In One, Two, Three MacNamara, head of Coca-Cola in West Berlin, is annoyed that everybody stops working and stands at attention whenever he enters the main office room because it's hardly in keeping with the values of freedom and democracy. His efficient assistant Schlemmer tries to explain to him that it is because the employees have internalized these values that they keep doing it. He ordered them to stop standing at attention, but they keep disobeying him!
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In Mickey's Christmas Carol, Scrooge (McDuck) uses this to get out of giving money to the poor.
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The Goon Show based a huge portion of its humor around this kind of logic. One of the best-known examples is the exchange between Eccles and Bluebottle that is usually referred to by its first line, "What time is it, Eccles?" In this example, Eccles explains in a perfectly logical sequence of total nonsense that he knows what time it is because he has the time written on a piece of paper in his pocket.
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Speed Zone: When Vic comes to kill Alec, Alec tries to talk him out of it. He's placed money on a car in a cross-country road race and explains that the odds of that car winning are one hundred to one. He then reasons that since he's been gambling with Vic's boss for ninety-six months (12 months in a year x 8 years), his odds of winning the bet are four to one (100 - 4).
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The Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye:
the Lost Light crew encounters the exact double of their ship, except with the entire crew dead. Initially, they think they encountered future versions of themselves, and were horrified, so Rodimus decided to prevent this fate... by cutting his arm off. That's because his dead self has two arms, and if he will have only one, then dead him will not be the same as living him. And to make sure he'll stay a different person from him, he instructed his crew to not repair his arm.
And then there's Whirl. At one point he acknowledges that he was specifically ordered not to engage, which he is going to interpret as a veiled order to engage because not engaging just feels wrong, like fighting in the wrong direction.
None of the Scavengers are exactly genius logicians. Spinister, at least, is The Mentally Disturbed, so it's not surprising when his arguments are questionably rational; Crankcase, who at one point insists that since he came up with the name for their Nerf wars, he holds the copyright and so anyone who says it owes him money, has no excuse.
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In the radio version of The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy (and no other versions) the natives of Brontitall build a fifteen-mile high statue of Arthur Dent Throwing The Nutrimatic Cup, an event they witnessed as a vision that changed their whole society. The Arthur Dent part of the statue stands on the ground; the Cup part of the statue hovers in midair. How? Because it's artistically right.
The radio version also mentions that Marvin, the Paranoid Robot, who, due to copious amounts of time travel, ended up several times older than the universe itself, at long last finally broke down... and was promptly put back together again because his owners, i.e., Zaphod and the gang, were — due to time travel — alive at the time he broke, which of course went against the Sirius Cybernetics Corporation's lifetime warranty.
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Superbad: Fogell's explanation for choosing the name "McLovin" on his fake ID.
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Sami Callihan deserves a shot at Dragon Gate USA's Open The Freedom Gate Champion Johnny Gargano because Gargano and Callihan are both part of the EVOLVE roster, which was just featured in a video game in which Callihan's usage by players exceeds Gargano's by 2%! Proof that the people are turning on Gargano, proof that Callihan is better than him!
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Deadpool runs on Obfuscating Insanity, but every once in a while, his brain slips (another) gear and he goes into full-blown troll logic. Usually, you only find out which he was using after the body count is tallied. At one point, presumably, the thought process went like this: I got my powers from weird experiments on a mutant, therefore I am a mutant. I am a mutant, therefore I am an X-Man. I am an X-Man, therefore I need to wear an X-Man costume, therefore I will run around in Marvel Girl's old green miniskirt outfit◊. Cyclops was not amused.
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The Miser has The Matchmaker Frosine use it in hopes of convincing Harpagon that marrying Marianne will give him "a clear twelve thousand francs a year", by listing all the expensive things that Marianne does not indulge in and summing up their prices.
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Haruhi Suzumiya:
Haruhi Suzumiya does this at times. Then again, she is something of a Cloudcuckoolander, but it's most likely that she doesn't mean it seriously. The prologue of the 4th novel had this nice dialogue:
Haruhi's take on that classic storytelling element, The Climax:
She keeps up this trend in the spinoff series Haruhi-chan:
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 Vale's Underground (Fanfic) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 White Sheep (Fanfic) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 White Sheep (RWBY) (Fanfic) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 With Pearl and Ruby Glowing (Fanfic) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Zoros Directions (Fanfic) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Akeelah and the Bee / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Alone in the Dark (1982)
seeAlso
Insane Troll Logic
 American Hustle / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Ant-Man and the Wasp / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Battlefield Earth / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Blazing Saddles / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Carry On Cleo / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Cemetery Man / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Don't Torture a Duckling / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Downfall / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Dr. Strangelove / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Four Rooms / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Godzilla: King of the Monsters (2019) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Godzilla vs. King Ghidorah / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 High School Musical / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Horrible Bosses / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 I Spit on Your Grave / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Le fantôme de la liberté / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Logan's Run / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Love and Death / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Mars Attacks! / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Mission: Impossible – Fallout / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Monty Python and the Holy Grail / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Murder by Death / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Night of the Living Dead (1968) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Nocturnal Animals / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Ransom / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Rolling Bomber Special / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Rosewater
seeAlso
Insane Troll Logic
 Star Trek (2009) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 The Charge of the Light Brigade / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 The Gore Gore Girls / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 The Lord of the Rings / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 The Lost Boys / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 The Princess Bride / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 The Producers / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 The Sons of Katie Elder / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 The Three Stooges / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 The Wizard of Oz / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Waiting... / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Wild River / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 X-Men: First Class / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Chuggaaconroy (Lets Play) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Dream (Lets Play) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Jayuzumi (Lets Play)
seeAlso
Insane Troll Logic
 Nnemonic (Lets Play) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Northernlion (Lets Play) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 PewDiePie (Lets Play) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 ProtonJon (Lets Play) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Psychedelic Eyeball (Lets Play) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Sly Fox Hound (Lets Play)
seeAlso
Insane Troll Logic
 SuperLPHeroes (Lets Play) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Tatsudoshi
seeAlso
Insane Troll Logic
 Twitch Plays Pokémon Sirius (Lets Play) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Versus (Lets Play) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 And You Thought There is Never a Girl Online? / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Baka and Test: Summon the Beasts / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Chivalry of a Failed Knight / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Date A Live / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Gamers! / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Golden Time / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Haganai / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Heavy Object / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Hentai Ouji to Warawanai Neko / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 How to Raise a Boring Girlfriend / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 KonoSuba / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 No Game No Life / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Oreimo / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Youjo Senki / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 A Scanner Darkly / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Ad Astra Per Aspera / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 After / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Alice's Adventures in Wonderland / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Catch-22 / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Clue / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Cretaceous Roulette / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Give Yourself Goosebumps / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Life of Pi / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Mary Poppins / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Mr. Men / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 New Jedi Order / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Pippi Longstocking / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Raving Lunacy / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Run Program / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Safehold / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Second Apocalypse / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Splinter Cell / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 StarRiskLtd
seeAlso
Insane Troll Logic
 Tales of Dunk and Egg / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 The BFG / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 The Blood War Trilogy / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 The Book of Mormon / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 The Caine Mutiny / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 The Devil Wears Prada / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 The Disaster Artist / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 The Elenium / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 The Great Brain / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 The Last Hero / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 The Laundry Files / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 The Light Fantastic / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 The One Who Eats Monsters / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 The Phantom Tollbooth / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 The Private Memoirs and Confessions of a Justified Sinner / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 The Restaurant at the End of the Universe / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 The Saga of Seven Suns / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 The Screwtape Letters / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 The Wee Free Men / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Truancy / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Twilight / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Victoria / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Warbreaker / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Wax and Wayne / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Worldwar / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 X-Wing Series / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Red vs. Blue: The Blood Gulch Chronicles (Machinima) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Red vs. Blue: The Project Freelancer Saga (Machinima) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 SMG4's Mario Bloopers (Machinima) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 MAD (Magazine) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 MAD (Magazine) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Andyzero
seeAlso
Insane Troll Logic
 Australian Rules Football
seeAlso
Insane Troll Logic
 AxisOfTime
seeAlso
Insane Troll Logic
 BoersAndBernstein
seeAlso
Insane Troll Logic
 CatchTheSun
seeAlso
Insane Troll Logic
 ChristopherTitus
seeAlso
Insane Troll Logic
 Converse Error
seeAlso
Insane Troll Logic
 Conviction by Contradiction / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 DeffSkwadron
seeAlso
Insane Troll Logic
 EdnaAndHarveyHarveysNewEyes
seeAlso
Insane Troll Logic
 Example Sectionectomy
seeAlso
Insane Troll Logic
 GiantSpaceChinchilla
seeAlso
Insane Troll Logic
 HenryVIII
seeAlso
Insane Troll Logic
 Hikikotaku
seeAlso
Insane Troll Logic
 IdeologicalScreed
seeAlso
Insane Troll Logic
 InsaneTrolllogic
sameAs
Insane Troll Logic
 Insanetrolllogic
sameAs
Insane Troll Logic
 LordGale
seeAlso
Insane Troll Logic
 Parlé Productions
seeAlso
Insane Troll Logic
 PolPot
seeAlso
Insane Troll Logic
 Political Stereotype
seeAlso
Insane Troll Logic
 Ptitlevygeuvuc
seeAlso
Insane Troll Logic
 Ramus
seeAlso
Insane Troll Logic
 RealpolitikCIV
seeAlso
Insane Troll Logic
 RussiaIranDiscoSuck
seeAlso
Insane Troll Logic
 SgtFrog1
seeAlso
Insane Troll Logic
 TheTunnel
seeAlso
Insane Troll Logic
 True Art Is Boring
seeAlso
Insane Troll Logic
 A Bride's Story (Manga) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 A Silent Voice (Manga) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Alice in Borderland (Manga) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Arachnid (Manga) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Arata: The Legend (Manga) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo (Manga) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Code:Breaker (Manga) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Engaged to the Unidentified (Manga) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Evangelion 303 (Manga) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Fatal Chaos (Manga) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Gakuen Babysitters (Manga) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Gourmet Girl Graffiti (Manga) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 High School Exciting Story: Tough (Manga) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Kaiji (Manga) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Medaka Box (Manga) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Muteki Kanban Musume (Manga) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 My Monster Secret (Manga) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Nisekoi (Manga) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Omamori Himari (Manga) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Oumagadoki Doubutsuen (Manga) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Please Tell Me! Galko-chan (Manga) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Princess Lucia (Manga) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Prison School (Manga) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Sabagebu! (Manga) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Saint Seiya: The Lost Canvas (Manga) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Senyuu. (Manga) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Skip Beat! (Manga) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Soul Eater (Manga) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 The World God Only Knows (Manga) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Wolf Guy - Wolfen Crest (Manga) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Yuria 100 Shiki (Manga) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Yuusha Ga Shinda (Manga) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Alice's Restaurant (Music) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Alvin and the Chipmunks (Music) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Bad Lip Reading (Music) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Sheik Yerbouti (Music) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 My Brother, My Brother and Me (Podcast) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Plumbing the Death Star (Podcast) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 The Dollop (Podcast) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 The Unofficial One Piece Podcast (Podcast) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Welcome to Night Vale (Podcast) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Wisenheimers
seeAlso
Insane Troll Logic
 Hancock's Half Hour (Radio) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue (Radio) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 The Goon Show (Radio) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 The Navy Lark (Radio) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 True Capitalist (Radio) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 CumberholmesRolePlayTwitterCommunity
seeAlso
Insane Troll Logic
 Cumberholmes Role Play Twitter Community (Roleplay) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Esquarium (Roleplay) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 ModernDayAlchemist
seeAlso
Insane Troll Logic
 Personification Life (Roleplay) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Record of Lodoss War (Roleplay) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Void Of The Stars (Roleplay)
seeAlso
Insane Troll Logic
 Void of the Stars (Roleplay) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 A Bit of Fry and Laurie / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Adam Ruins Everything / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 All in the Family / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 An Idiot Abroad / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Argumental / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Around the Horn / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Batman (1966) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Better Call Saul / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Big Time Rush / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Black Mirror Series Two
seeAlso
Insane Troll Logic
 Blackadder / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Brass Eye / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Canada's Worst Driver / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Community / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Connections / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Corner Gas / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Da Ali G Show / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Dateline / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Desperate Housewives / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23 / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Double The Fist / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Dracula (2020) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Drake & Josh / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 EastEnders / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 El Chavo del ocho / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Family Matters / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Father Ted / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Foyle's War / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Fraggle Rock / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Girl Meets World / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Hell's Kitchen / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Hoarders / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Horrible Histories / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 How I Met Your Mother / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 I Love Lucy / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 In Search of... / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Isabel / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Judge Judy / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Keeping Up Appearances / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Late Night with Conan O'Brien / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Law & Order / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Law & Order: Criminal Intent / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Lucifer (2016) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 M*A*S*H / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Maury / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Modern Family / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 MonkTropesA-E
seeAlso
Insane Troll Logic
 MonkTropesF-J
seeAlso
Insane Troll Logic
 Monty Python's Flying Circus / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Mystery Science Theater 3000 / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Pretty Little Liars / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 QI / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Red Dwarf / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Red Eye with Greg Gutfeld / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Sabrina the Teenage Witch / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Saved by the Bell / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Scream Queens (2015) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 7th Heaven / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Star Trek: Enterprise / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Star Trek: Voyager / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 The Caesars / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 The Colbert Report / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 The Cosby Show / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 The Daily Show with Jon Stewart / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 The IT Crowd / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 The Revolution Will Be Televised / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 The Smell of Reeves and Mortimer / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 The Wrestling Kennection / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 3rd Rock from the Sun / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Travelers / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Twin Peaks / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 World's Dumbest... / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Would I Lie to You? / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Xena: Warrior Princess / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 You're the Worst / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Fading Suns (Tabletop Game) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Genius: The Transgression (Tabletop Game) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Paranoia (Tabletop Game) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (Theatre) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Hamlet (Theatre) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Jeppe from the Hill (Theatre) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 The Crucible (Theatre) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 The Mikado (Theatre) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 The Music Man (Theatre) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Twelfth Night (Theatre) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 A Hat in Time (Video Game) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Assassin's Creed: Rogue (Video Game) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Battlefield 3 (Video Game) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Call of Duty: Zombies (Video Game) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Dandy Dungeon (Video Game) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Dawn of War (Video Game) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Deponia (Video Game) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Destroy All Humans! (Video Game) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Disgaea 3: Absence of Justice (Video Game) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Dungeon Lords (Video Game) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Dwarf Fortress (Video Game) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 eRepublik (Video Game) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Ghost Trick (Video Game) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Global Agenda (Video Game) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Harvester (Video Game) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Heritage for the Future (Video Game) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Judgment Rites (Video Game) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Kingdom Hearts coded (Video Game) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story (Video Game) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Mega Man Battle Network (Video Game) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Might and Magic (Video Game) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Minecraft Adventure Maps (Video Game) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Resident Evil: Outbreak (Video Game) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Shantae (Video Game) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 South Park: The Stick of Truth (Video Game) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 StarTropics (Video Game) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Suikoden Tierkreis (Video Game) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Super Robot Wars Alpha (Video Game) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Telltale's Game of Thrones (Video Game) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 The New Order: Last Days of Europe (Video Game) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 The Stanley Parable (Video Game) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 The Walking Dead Season Three (Video Game) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt (Video Game) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 To the Moon (Video Game) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 You Don't Know Jack (Video Game) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Zeno Clash (Video Game) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Dark Tales / Videogame / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Shiny Days (Visual Novel) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Simon's Cat (Web Animation) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Turnabout Storm (Web Animation) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Precocious / Web Comic / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Ashens and the Quest for the Game Child (Web Video) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Code MENT (Web Video) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Death Note Abridged Parody Charleston VO (Web Video) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Filthy Frank (Web Video) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Forget About It (Web Video)
seeAlso
Insane Troll Logic
 Gameboys (Web Video) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Internet Historian (Web Video) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Internet Historian (Web Video) / int_c7b301bc
type
Insane Troll Logic
 JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Abridged (Web Video) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 JonTron (Web Video) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Kickassia (Web Video) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Monte Fjanton (Web Video) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 MyMusic (Web Video) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 NearChris (Web Video) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 None Piece (Web Video) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Retsupurae (Web Video) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 STAR_ (Web Video) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Scootertrix the Abridged (Web Video) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Stampylongnose (Web Video) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Stuart Ashen (Web Video) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 SuperMarioLogan (Web Video) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Sword Art Online Abridged (Web Video) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Team Thor (Web Video) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Ultra Fast Pony (Web Video) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Vacanta Mare (Web Video) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 WatchmenTheHighSchoolYears
seeAlso
Insane Troll Logic
 Anti-Heroes (Webcomic) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Axe Cop (Webcomic) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Boy Aurus (Webcomic) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 CassToons (Webcomic) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Darths & Droids (Webcomic) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Dumbing of Age (Webcomic) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 8-Bit Theater (Webcomic) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Goblins (Webcomic) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Hero Material (Webcomic) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 MS Paint Masterpieces (Webcomic) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Nuzlocke Comics Fan Works (Webcomic) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Oglaf (Webcomic) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Paradox Space (Webcomic) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Persona 2 Win (Webcomic) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 PreTeena
seeAlso
Insane Troll Logic
 Prequel (Webcomic) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Rage Comics (Webcomic) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Schlock Mercenary (Webcomic) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Shortpacked! (Webcomic) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Super Effective (Webcomic) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 The Adventures of Dr. McNinja (Webcomic) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 BZPower (Website) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 NFL Quarterbacks On Facebook (Website) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 The Best Page in the Universe (Website) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 TheseWebComicsAreSoBad
seeAlso
Insane Troll Logic
 A Pup Named Scooby-Doo / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Aqua Teen Hunger Force / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Batman: The Animated Series / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Beavis and Butt-Head / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Detentionaire / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Dinosaucers / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Earthworm Jim / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Goof Troop / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Grojband / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Harvey Beaks / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 House of Mouse / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Invader Zim / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 King of the Hill / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 King Star King / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Les Shadoks / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Littlest Pet Shop (2012) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Mickey's Christmas Carol / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Moral Orel / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 My Little Pony Tales / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Pasila / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Project G.e.e.K.e.R. / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Rick and Morty / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 SheZow / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Sofia the First / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Sonic Boom / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Spider-Man (1967) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Spider-Man: The Animated Series / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 The Backyardigans / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 The Bear That Wasn't / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 The Looney Tunes Show / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 The Penguins of Madagascar / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 The Problem Solverz / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 The Proud Family / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 The Real Ghostbusters / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 The Venture Bros. / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Tigtone / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Unikitty! / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 VeggieTales / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Xavier: Renegade Angel / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Bullet Club (Wrestling) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Enzo and Cass (Wrestling) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Jay Lethal (Wrestling) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Kenny Omega (Wrestling) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Kurt Angle (Wrestling) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Randy Orton (Wrestling) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Samoa Joe (Wrestling) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 WWE (Wrestling) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 A Charmed Life / Fan Fic / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Hidden Prophices / Fan Fic / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Housestuck Hurrcain Crconikals / Fan Fic / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Light and Dark The Adventures of Dark Yagami / Fan Fic / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Property Damage / Fan Fic / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Baccano! / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Red vs. Blue: The Chorus Trilogy (Machinima) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Better Off Ted / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Smallville / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 The Kids in the Hall / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 JourneyQuest (Web Video) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Iron Man: Armored Adventures / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic
 Chris Jericho (Wrestling) / int_c5f0119c
type
Insane Troll Logic