This is especially prominent with pairings that contain James and Riley.Pairings are usually referred to with portmanteau names that combine the names of the characters involved and, less commonly, a "/" between the names of the characters involved.I've fallen down stairs, over stairs, over balconies," Ozzy told the two years ago. I've fallen down stairs, over stairs, over balconies," mused Osbourne, looking back over his years as one of rock's most infamously hard-partying superstars. Read More: Ozzy Osbourne Looks Back: 'I Should Be Dead' |
Some of these pairings are "canon." This means that these pairings are officially recognized couples on the show.There are pairings that are also formerly canon, meaning that they once were canon but broke up or ended their relationship.Other pairings are "non-canon," meaning that these pairings are not officially together on the show.A common variation has one additional, harmless (but often comically inappropriate) item tacked on to the end of the list. This allows other characters to react in horror — to the wrong thing: A more subtle trick is when the Squick is revealed by a change in the camera shot. Subtrope of The Last of These Is Not Like the Others. If you want something from the outside world, suck their cock.