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Badass of the Week runs off this trope. This is actually used as a call-in contest by a radio station in Edmonton, Alberta. The announcer, in a complete monotone, gives a line from a popular song but not a signature line, such as from the chorus and the caller has 10 seconds to get the song. Because of the complete lack of context in rhythm and tone, it's actually damn hard. Discussing the semantics of the phrase ""Shut the fuck up"": Despite that, it follows rules.
For instance it always occurs on word boundaries, rather than morpheme boundaries. We all possess very clear intuitions regarding the validity of 'im-fucking-possible' and 'impossi-fucking-able'.
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