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  • adj. Fitted with a lampshade.
  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of lampshade.


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lampshade +‎ -ed


  • They did the people-animals thing, though lampshaded it, and they did the turning into kids thing, which was unbearably cute.

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  • However, I lampshaded my misgivings as grognard-grade paranoia.

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  • It is not completely historically accurate lampshaded at one point when Adams rails against John Trumbull's famous painting, the Declaration of Independence, for being an artistic rather than literal interpretation of events but the lengthy running time permits a much closer adherence to historical fact than say a two-hour movie would have.

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  • A point lampshaded in the game by the Detroit setting, and an explicit conversation between a police officer named Alex Murphy and another cop about a movie that they can't remember, which is Robocop.

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  • As SDS noted, she is in more of a disadvantage in trying to really feel like she belongs with the other residents of the Hidamari apartments and her worries are justified, but her nature is also that of a very passive person, to the point where one could say that it's lampshaded in the episode where boys all seem to help her out in some way because of it.

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  • He's known for his incredible voice (noted as being 'incredibly sober' and lampshaded in Cromartie) and the way he speaks with very drawn out syllables, sometimes in complete excess.

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