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        "It was impossible to get a conversation going; everybody was talking too much."
        毛泽民的后代Yogi Berra毛泽民的后代


        All about the things that characters say.

        See also Language Tropes and Narrator Tropes.


      2. All-Cheering All the Time
      3. Already the Case: A request or threat turns out to have already been followed by the time the speaker finishes.
      4. Always Introduces Themselves
      5. Analogy Backfire
      6. And Then I Said
      7. And the Rest
      8. 毛泽民的后代Angrish: A character becomes so overwhelmed with anger that all they can say is gibberish and/or incomplete sentences.
      9. Another Story for Another Time
      10. Announcer Chatter
      11. Answering Echo
      12. Anything but That!: A character pleads that they'll accept any punishment or torture except for this particular one.
      13. Apologises a Lot: A character tends to apologize repeatedly.
      14. Appeal to Familial Wisdom
      15. Appeal to Obscurity
      16. Applied Mathematics
      17. Aren't You Forgetting Someone?
      18. Argument of Contradictions: Two characters enter an argument that amounts mainly to yelling each other's opinion or choice at one another.
      19. Armor-Piercing Question
      20. 毛泽民的后代

      21. Armor-Piercing Response
      22. Arson, Murder, and Jaywalking: A list is ended with the weakest example for comic effect.
      23. Ask a Stupid Question...
      24. As the Good Book Says...: Someone quotes the Bible.
      25. Astonishingly Appropriate Interruption: A character sees something that causes them to suddenly shout something while they were talking, but the abruptly hollered word just happens to be what they were probably going to say or at least makes sense as part of the interrupted sentence.
      26. Atomic F-Bomb: Screaming the F-word.
      27. Audience Murmurs
      28. Backhanded Apology: An apology that deflects the blame to the person being apologized to rather than sincerely admitting fault for doing the person wrong.
      29. 毛泽民的后代Bad News in a Good Way
      30. Bad Omen Anecdote
      31. Bait-and-Switch Comment: It looks like they're saying that statement about one person or thing, but it turns out they meant another person or thing.
      32. Bathroom Stall of Overheard Insults
      33. Battle Cry
      34. Battle-Interrupting Shout
      35. Beam Me Up, Scotty!: An iconic catchphrase that either doesn't actually exist or is really a misquoted variant of what the character really said.
      36. Bearer of Bad News
      37. Before I Change My Mind
      38. The Bechdel Test
      39. Berate and Switch
      40. Bilingual Backfire
      41. Bilingual Dialogue
      42. Blah Blah Blah
      43. Blamed for Being Railroaded
      44. Blatant Lies: Someone makes a statement that is obviously not true.
      45. Blunt Metaphors Trauma: A foreign character misunderstands idioms and figures of speech or gets them wrong.
      46. Bold Inflation
      47. Bond One-Liner: Making a remark after having killed someone that makes light of their demise.
      48. Bread, Eggs, Milk, Squick: A mundane list ends with something weird or disturbing.
      49. 毛泽民的后代Breaking Bad News Gently
      50. Break Them by Talking
      51. Bring Them Around
      52. Broken Record
      53. But I Digress
      54. Calling Shotgun
      55. Calling Your Bathroom Breaks: A character tells everyone else that they need to go to the bathroom.
      56. Can't Argue with Elves: A species believes that their race is superior to all others and that therefore they are never wrong.
      57. Casual Danger Dialog
      58. Censorship by Spelling: Spelling out a word in hopes that someone hearing you won't notice the word being spelled.
      59. Chain of Corrections
      60. Change the Uncomfortable Subject: Changing the topic of conversation to try and avoid discussing something you'd rather not.
      61. Chew-Out Fake-Out: A person looks like they're going to rebuke someone for doing something bad, but it then turns out that they're proud of what the person has done.
      62. Closed Door Rapport
      63. Cluster F-Bomb: Repeatedly saying "fuck".
      64. Code Emergency
      65. Collective Groan
      66. Comic Role Play
      67. Confession Deferred
      68. Confusing Multiple Negatives: A character uses multiple negatives, making it confusing as to what they meant to say.
      69. 毛泽民的后代Conjunction Interruption
      70. Constantly Curious: A character who doesn't stop asking questions.
      71. Conversational Troping
      72. Converse with the Unconscious
      73. *Cough* Snark *Cough*: Coughing or pretending to cough in order to hide a rude remark or give the impression of hiding it without really intending to.
      74. Could Say It, But...
      75. Covert Distress Code
      76. Covert Emergency Call
      77. Critical Psychoanalysis Failure
      78. Cryptically Unhelpful Answer
      79. Cryptic Conversation
      80. Cue Card Pause
      81. Cultural Posturing
      82. Curse Cut Short: A character is interrupted or deliberately stops talking when they are about to swear.
      83. Cypher Language
      84. Damned by Faint Praise: Insulting something by only praising a minor aspect.
      85. Dare to Be Badass
      86. Dead Person Conversation
      87. Delighting in Riddles
      88. Department of Redundancy Department
      89. 毛泽民的后代Derailed for Details
      90. Derailed Train of Thought
      91. Description Cut
      92. Description Porn
      93. Deteriorates Into Gibberish
      94. Dialogue Reversal
      95. Dialogue Tree
      96. Did You Die?: When a character is telling the story of a dangerous event they experienced, someone else asks if the person died even though they obviously survived if they're around to tell the story.
      97. Digging Yourself Deeper: An attempt at saving face only makes you look even worse.
      98. Disappointed by the Motive: Once you find out why the person did what they did, you're not impressed with the motivation.
      99. Disappointed in You
      100. Dismissing a Compliment
      101. Distinction Without a Difference: You insist that you're not X, you're just Y, but Y is essentially the same thing as X.
      102. Disorganized Outline Speech
      103. Dispense with the Pleasantries
      104. Disregard That Statement
      105. Does That Sound Like Fun to You?
      106. Do I Really Sound Like That?: A character hears themselves speaking and is astonished at how they apparently sound.
      107. Do Not Taunt Cthulhu: A character mocks a being much more powerful than they are and suffers the consequences.
      108. Doctor, Doctor, Doctor
      109. 毛泽民的后代Double-Edged Answer
      110. Double Meaning
      111. Double Speak
      112. Dramatic Deadpan
      113. Dramatic Ellipsis
      114. Dramatic Pause
      115. Dramatic Stutter
      116. Dropping the Bombshell
      117. Duck Season, Rabbit Season: Winning an Argument of Contradictions by tricking the other person into switching sides of the argument.
      118. Dude, Not Ironic: A character describes something as ironic when the situation isn't really an example of irony.
      119. Dumbass Has a Point: The dumb character actually makes a valid point.
      120. Earpiece Conversation
      121. Easily Overheard Conversation
      122. Either "World Domination", or Something About Bananas
      123. Elective Broken Language
      124. Emergency Presidential Address
      125. Enemy Chatter
      126. Escalating Punchline
      127. Especially Zoidberg
      128. 毛泽民的后代Euphemism Buster
      129. Everyone Knows Morse
      130. Everything Except Most Things
      131. Evil Sounds Deep: Villains have deep voices.
      132. Evil Sounds Raspy: Villains have raspy voices.
      133. Exactly What I Meant To Say
      134. Exposition
      135. Exposition Already Covered
      136. Exposition Cut
      137. Facial Dialogue
      138. Famed in Story
      139. Famous Last Words
      140. Fauxdian Slip
      141. Featureless Plane of Disembodied Dialogue
      142. Final Exchange: Replying to a person's last words.
      143. Finish Dialogue in Unison
      144. Finishing Each Other's Sentences
      145. First Name Ultimatum: Hollering a person's first name to let them know that they are in big trouble.
      146. Flippant Forgiveness
      147. Fold the Page, Fold the Space
      148. 毛泽民的后代Freudian Threat: Threatening to inflict an injury upon someone's private parts.
      149. Friendly Address Privileges
      150. From the Latin "Intro Ducere"
      151. Full-Name Ultimatum: Calling someone by their full name to let them know that they are in big trouble.
      152. Fun with Homophones: Confusion between two different words that sound the same.
      153. Gag Echo
      154. Gagging on Your Words
      155. Geeky Turn-On
      156. Gender-Neutral Writing
      157. Gentleman Snarker
      158. Get It Over With
      159. Gibbering Genius
      160. Give Me a Reason: Someone eagerly looks for an excuse to inflict violence upon someone.
      161. Good Night, Sweet Prince
      162. Grilling the Newbie
      163. Hammy Herald
      164. Hannibal Lecture
      165. Head Bob
      166. He Didn't Make It
      167. Heroism Motive Speech
      168. 毛泽民的后代Hesitation Equals Dishonesty: If a character hesitates before answering, it's a dead giveaway that they are lying.
      169. Hey, That's My Line!
      170. Hey, You!
      171. Hiding Behind the Language Barrier
      172. Hit You So Hard, Your X Will Feel It!
      173. Holding the Floor
      174. Hostage-Handler Huddle
      175. Hurricane of Aphorisms
      176. Hurricane of Euphemisms
      177. Hyperaffixation
      178. Hypothetical Fight Debate: A debate on who would win if two people or characters got into a fight.
      179. I Can't Believe I'm Saying This
      180. If You Ever Do Anything to Hurt Her...
      181. If I Wanted You Dead...
      182. I Gave My Word
      183. Ignore the Disability: Character unsuccessfully tries to remind themselves not to point out another character's disability or deformity.
      184. Ignoring by Singing: A character covers their ears and sings to try and ignore a statement they don't like or don't want to hear.
      185. I Have Nothing to Say to That
      186. I Have This Friend...: A character asks for advice on how to deal with their problem, but claims that it's a friend of theirs who has the problem to avoid embarrassing themselves.
      187. I'll Pretend I Didn't Hear That
      188. 毛泽民的后代I'll Take Two Beers Too
      189. I'm a Doctor, Not a Placeholder
      190. I'm Not Doing That Again
      191. I'm Thinking It Over!
      192. Implied Death Threat: Making an indirect threat to kill someone.
      193. Inaction Sequence
      194. Inflationary Dialogue
      195. Info Dump: Introducing the new characters as soon as they appear.
      196. Inner Monologue Conversation
      197. Instant Seduction
      198. Instantly Proven Wrong
      199. Instructional Dialogue
      200. Insult Friendly Fire: Insult one person with an insult that unintentionally offends another person you didn't mean to insult because it also applies to them.
      201. Insult Misfire: A person gets insulted but misinterprets who the insult is aimed at.
      202. Intelligible Unintelligible: A character can only speak gibberish, but everyone else understands them perfectly.
      203. ...In That Order
      204. Ironic Echo
      205. I Say What I Say
      206. Is the Answer to This Question "Yes"?: Responding to a yes or no question by asking another yes or no question that the other person should figure out has the same answer.
      207. I Take Offense to That Last One!: A character has several insults thrown at them, but only gets offended or the most upset by the last and/or weakest of the insults.
      208. 毛泽民的后代It Tastes Like Feet: Remarking that food you just ate tastes awful by claiming it tastes like something gross.
      209. I "Uh" You, Too
      210. I Would Say If I Could Say: A character remarks that they'd say a specific phrase were it not for one detail preventing the phrase from making any sense if they'd say it.
      211. Jackhammered Conversation
      212. Join or Die
      213. Joke Exhaustion
      214. Just Between You and Me
      215. Just One Man
      216. Just Testing You
      217. Kiai
      218. Knows a Guy Who Knows a Guy
      219. Lame Comeback: Someone insults you and you try to insult them back, but the insult you give stinks.
      220. Lame Rhyme Dodge: Someone tries to cover up an insult by claiming to have said something that rhymes with the insult.
      221. Language Fluency Denial
      222. Large Ham Announcer
      223. Large Ham Radio
      224. Last-Second Word Swap: Changing the last word you were going to say at the last minute.
      225. Last Chance to Quit
      226. Last Request
      227. Layman's Terms: Explaining verbose vernacular in terms that less intelligent people will understand. In English, that means dumbing down big words so we know what the brainiac is talking about.
      228. 毛泽民的后代Let Us Never Speak of This Again: Characters make a vow that they'll never talk about this incident ever again.
      229. Let's Mock the Monsters
      230. Lies to Children: Someone lies to children.
      231. Like a God to Me
      232. Listing the Forms of Degenerates
      233. Literally Laughable Question
      234. Little Professor Dialog
      235. Loud Last Name
      236. Loves Secrecy
      237. Ludicrous Precision
      238. Lying to the Perp
      239. Ma'am Shock
      240. Made Myself Sad
      241. Mad Libs Dialogue
      242. Madness Mantra: A repeatedly spoken phrase that indicates insanity.
      243. Malicious Slander
      244. Mamet Speak
      245. Mathematician's Answer: An answer to a question that is technically correct, but doesn't really answer the question.
      246. Meaningful Echo
      247. Meaningful Look
      248. 毛泽民的后代Meaningless Meaningful Words
      249. Melodramatic Pause
      250. Mirror Monologue: Someone talks to themselves while looking in the mirror.
      251. Mistaken Confession
      252. Mister X and Mister Y
      253. Motive Misidentification
      254. Motive Rant: A character goes into a rant on why they're doing what they're doing.
      255. Mouthing the Profanity: Mouthing a swear word instead of actually saying it.
      256. Mouthful of Pi
      257. Multiple Languages, Same Voice Actor: The dub versions of a work have one actor reprise their role in the different languages.
      258. Multiple Persuasion Modes
      259. Multitasked Conversation
      260. Musicalis Interruptus
      261. My Defense Need Not Protect Me Forever
      262. My Friends... and Zoidberg: Excluding someone from a group after the impression is given that they were included in the group mentioned earlier.
      263. My Hovercraft Is Full of Eels: A character attempts to speak a foreign language, but either angers someone by unintentionally saying an insulting phrase or embarrasses themselves by unknowingly saying a humiliating or nonsensical phrase.
      264. The Name Is Bond, James Bond: A character introduces themselves by saying their surname and then their full name.
      265. Narration Echo
      266. Never Say That Again
      267. Never Speak Ill of the Dead: A character will never say anything negative about the deceased.
      268. 毛泽民的后代Newspeak
      269. No-Dialogue Episode: An episode where none of the characters talk.
      270. No Indoor Voice: Character has a tendency to shout whenever they talk.
      271. "No" Means "Yes"
      272. No One Else Is That Dumb: Proving a character is your dumb friend by having them confirm their idiocy.
      273. Not Hyperbole
      274. No, You Go First
      275. Nobody's That Dumb: A dumb character reveals themselves to be aware of their stupidity and makes it clear that even they have limits to how idiotic they can be.
      276. Noisy Shut-Up
      277. Non-Answer
      278. Non Sequitur Distraction
      279. Noodle Incident: Characters mention an unseen past event and are extremely vague about it.
      280. Noodle Implements: Character claims to have done something or mentions an intent to do something using tools with unspecified purposes.
      281. Not Actually the Ultimate Question
      282. Not in Front of the Kid: No one swears in front of children.
      283. Not Listening to Me, Are You?
      284. Not So Dire
      285. Oblivious Guilt Slinging
      286. Oblivious Mockery
      287. Oh God, with the Verbing!
      288. 毛泽民的后代Oh, No... Not Again!
      289. On Second Thought
      290. On Three
      291. One Dialogue, Two Conversations
      292. One-Liner, Name... One-Liner
      293. One Scene, Two Monologues
      294. One Tract Mind
      295. One-Word Vocabulary
      296. Ordered Apology
      297. Or My Name Isn't...
      298. ...Or So I Heard
      299. Out-of-Context Eavesdropping: A character eavesdrops on a conversation and gets the wrong idea of what's going on due to missing the proper context.
      300. Outside/Inside Slur
      301. Parenthetical Swearing: The character doesn't swear, but the way they phrase their statements makes it easy to imagine that they are cussing.
      302. Passive-Aggressive Kombat
      303. Paused Interrupt
      304. Perfectly Cromulent Word: Using made-up words.
      305. Perplexing Plurals
      306. The Perry Mason Method
      307. Persuasion Minigame
      308. 毛泽民的后代Picked Flowers Are Dead
      309. Playing the Victim Card: The guilty party tries to make it look like they are the victim.
      310. Plato Is a Moron
      311. Pokémon Speak: Character can only say their own name.
      312. Poor Communication Kills: Failure to explain your intentions clearly will have dire consequences.
      313. Poorly Timed Confession
      314. [Popular Saying], But...
      315. Porky Pig Pronunciation: Character struggles to pronounce a word before settling on using a synonym.
      316. Precision F-Strike: In a work that otherwise doesn't have profanity, someone abruptly says a swear word.
      317. Preemptive "Shut Up": Telling someone to shut up when they haven't even said anything.
      318. The Promise
      319. Proverbial Wisdom
      320. Publicly Discussing the Secret
      321. Purple Prose
      322. Quiet Cry for Help
      323. Quote Mine
      324. Quote Swear Unquote
      325. Quote-to-Quote Combat
      326. Quoting Myself
      327. Race Name Basis
      328. 毛泽民的后代Radio Voice
      329. Rage Against the Mentor
      330. Rapid-Fire Interrupting
      331. Rapid-Fire Name Guessing
      332. A Rare Sentence
      333. Rationalizing the Overkill: Rationalizing why retaliation was made with more extremes than the slight deserved.
      334. Reading the Stage Directions Out Loud: Someone reads from a script and misinterprets stage directions as lines.
      335. Realistic Diction Is Unrealistic
      336. "The Reason You Suck" Speech: Someone tears into someone else by going on a rant listing the other person's flaws.
      337. Recorded Spliced Conversation
      338. Remember That You Trust Me
      339. Repeated For Emphasis
      340. Repeat What You Just Said
      341. Repeated Cue, Tardy Response
      342. Repeat to Confirm
      343. Reunion Vow
      344. Rhetorical Question Blunder: Someone answers a rhetorical question due to not knowing that the other person wasn't expecting an answer.
      345. Rhymes on a Dime: Character speaks in rhyme.
      346. Rhyming List
      347. Rousing Speech
      348. 毛泽民的后代Said Bookism
      349. Sarcastic Confession
      350. Saying Sound Effects Out Loud
      351. Saying Too Much
      352. Say My Name
      353. Secret Identity Vocal Shift
      354. Scheherezade Gambit
      355. Screw You, Elves!: The high-and-mighty species who believe themselves to be better than everyone else gets told by a member of one of the so-called "lesser species" where they can shove their arrogance.
      356. Screw Your Ultimatum!
      357. Seamless Spontaneous Lie
      358. Seinfeldian Conversation
      359. Seven Minute Lull
      360. Shall I Repeat That?
      361. Shamed by a Mob
      362. Shaming the Mob
      363. Shaped Like Itself: Describing something as being like itself (e.g. a house-shaped house).
      364. Should Have Thought of That Before X
      365. Shutting Up Now
      366. Shut Up, Kirk!
      367. "Shut Up" Kiss
      368. 毛泽民的后代Sigh of Love
      369. Signature Line
      370. Silence Is Golden
      371. Silent Conversation
      372. Silent Whisper
      373. Sir Swears-a-Lot: Character has a tendency to swear.
      374. Sit Rep
      375. Smurfing: A character uses the same word to substitute every other word.
      376. Snark-to-Snark Combat
      377. Snub by Omission
      378. So Crazy, It Must Be True
      379. Something Only They Would Say
      380. Sommelier Speak
      381. Sorrowful Stutter
      382. Speak Ill of the Dead: Character has no qualms with saying negative things about the deceased.
      383. Speaking Like Totally Teen
      384. Speak in Unison
      385. Speaks in Shout-Outs
      386. Speech-Bubble Censoring: In comics, speech bubbles are used to cover up nudity.
      387. Speech-Centric Work
      388. 毛泽民的后代Spy Speak
      389. Stage Whisper
      390. Start My Own
      391. Stealth Insult: Insulting someone in a way that you intend them not to understand that they are being dissed.
      392. Stereo Fibbing
      393. Stock Quotes
      394. Stop Copying Me
      395. Stop Saying That!
      396. Strange-Syntax Speaker
      397. Stupid Question Bait
      398. Suddenly SHOUTING!: Character abruptly raises their voice when speaking.
      399. The Summation
      400. Surrogate Soliloquy
      401. Survival Mantra
      402. Suspiciously Specific Denial
      403. Suspiciously Specific Tense
      404. Sustained Misunderstanding
      405. Switch to English
      406. Think of the Censors!
      407. T-Word Euphemism: Referring to a word as the (first letter of word)-word to avoid actually saying the word.
      408. 毛泽民的后代Talk About the Weather
      409. Talking Through Technique
      410. Talking in Your Dreams
      411. Talking to Plants
      412. Talking to the Dead
      413. Talking with Signs
      414. Talking Your Way Out
      415. Talks Like a Simile
      416. Taking the Fight Outside
      417. Teasing from Behind the Language Barrier
      418. Telegraph Gag STOP
      419. Tell Him I'm Not Speaking to Him
      420. Tell Me About My Father
      421. Tempting Fate: Remarking that you're sure nothing bad will happen, only for the bad thing to happen right after you're done talking.
      422. Terms of Endangerment
      423. Terse Talker
      424. Thank Your Prey
      425. That Came Out Wrong: Character realizes to their mortification that they just said something that sounds unintentionally sleazy.
      426. That Cloud Looks Like...
      427. That Liar Lies: A person is reprimanded for or accused of lying.
      428. 毛泽民的后代That Makes Me Feel Angry: Character expresses emotions by stating how they feel.
      429. That Mysterious Thing
      430. That Was Not a Dream: Character talks about a dream they had and is then told that they weren't dreaming and what they described actually happened.
      431. That Was Objectionable: In court, the lawyer can refute anything by hollering "Objection" or "I object".
      432. Thinking Out Loud
      433. This Explains So Much: A stupid or eccentric character reveals a detail about themselves that causes another character to remark that this may explain why the other person is the way they are.
      434. This Is for Emphasis, Bitch!: Emphasising a declaration by ending it with "bitch".
      435. Time-Travel Tense Trouble: Confusion on the proper tense to use when describing the actions of time travelers, as those done in the past will technically have already happened and those done in the future haven't happened yet.
      436. Timmy in a Well
      437. "Too Young to Die" Lamentation
      438. Trial Balloon Question
      439. Trick Dialogue
      440. The Triple
      441. Trouble Entendre
      442. Trust Password
      443. Twisting the Words
      444. Twisted Echo Cut
      445. Two Chicks in a Kitchen
      446. Two Scenes, One Dialogue
      447. Unnecessary Time Precision
      448. 毛泽民的后代Unsportsmanlike Gloating: The winner is arrogant enough to mock the other competitors for losing.
      449. Unusual Euphemism: Saying bizarre words and phrases in lieu of profanity.
      450. Verbal Backspace
      451. Voiceover Letter: A character reads a letter and we hear a voiceover of the letter being read aloud by whoever wrote the letter.
      452. Walk-In Chime-In
      453. Wall of Blather
      454. Wasn't That Fun?
      455. Waxing Lyrical: Mentioning the lyrics of a song.
      456. Weapons-Grade Vocabulary
      457. Weird Aside
      458. Weirder Than Usual
      459. Welcome to Corneria: The non-player characters of a video game have limited dialogue.
      460. Wham Line: One line of dialogue changes everything.
      461. What's a Henway?
      462. What the Hell, Hero?: The hero is called out by others for doing something not very heroic.
      463. Where Do You Think You Are?
      464. While You Were in Diapers: A character brags about their experience and seniority by claiming to have been at the top of their game when their younger colleagues were only infants.
      465. Who's on First?
      466. Whoopi Epiphany Speech
      467. Who Will Bell the Cat?
      468. 毛泽民的后代Who Would Be Stupid Enough?
      469. Why Are We Whispering?
      470. Witch with a Capital B: Insulting a woman by calling her a "witch" instead of a certain word that rhymes.
      471. Won't Take "Yes" for an Answer: Not realizing that the response given to your request or question was the one you wanted.
      472. "World of Cardboard" Speech
      473. Worse with Context
      474. Would Rather Suffer: Underscoring your distaste for something by claiming you'd rather do something very unpleasant.
      475. Wrong Name Outburst
      476. Wrote the Book
      477. "Yes"/"No" Answer Interpretation: A character asks or chooses to interpret whether another character's reply or action is a "yes" or a "no".
      478. Yiddish as a Second Language
      479. You Answered Your Own Question
      480. You Are Not Alone
      481. You Can Talk?
      482. You Can Turn Back
      483. "You!" Exclamation
      484. You Have to Believe Me!: A character makes a claim that they know sounds odd and desperately begs to be believed.
      485. You Know Who Said That?
      486. "You!" Squared
      487. You Talk Too Much
      488. 毛泽民的后代"You Used to Be Better" Speech
      489. You're Nothing Without Your Phlebotinum

      490. 毛泽民的后代



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