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They break the drivers side window when stealing a car and are then forced to sit on broken glass. They should break the other window to get in.

Rarely do they say 'bye' on the phone.

Actors dress for cold studios rather than the warm climate outside that they are supposed to live in.

Often they don't lock their cars or do up the windows.

They almost never wait for change and if they do then it's part of the story.

When they make a phone call the other person picks up right away rather than waiting the 5-15 seconds it should normally take.

They keep hiring Keanu Reeves.

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Sitcoms: nobody ever laughs at your jokes. Only the disembodied laughs of the studio audience, which the characters within the show presumably can't hear.

Weird, because they always awkwardly pause for them

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The ugly kid scores the hot girl

Everything works out in the end

The bad guys always get caught

Guns never run out of ammo

Pizza is always there in 30 minutes or less

everyone who is NOT a villain is always attractive or tall

everyone and their dog has freakishly white teeth

Everything on every female lead is either beyond perky or beyond realistic

The money shot is not always welcomed with smile :(

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- A car set on fire exploding....they make it seem like C4 was stuck on the vehicle...no where near as big as they make it seem in real life. Real life, it's not bad at all, can be standing 20 ft away and be safe for the most part. All that happens is the gas tank just has a little blowup and majority the time no parts come flying at you.

- infinite ammo in gun clips

- moving/functioning near perfect after shot

- in a gun fight, the bad guys miss all the shots but the good guy(s) seem to take 1 shot and get a kill

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A car set on fire exploding....they make it seem like C4 was stuck on the vehicle...no where near as big as they make it seem in real life. Real life, it's not bad at all, can be standing 20 ft away and be safe for the most part. All that happens is the gas tank just has a little blowup and majority the time no parts come flying at you.

Airbags and car seats are just as dangerous in car fires. There's a reason firefighters give these blazes a wide berth.

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The wardrobe of the average person is better than most people. They also have pounds of no makeup makeup on that I can see right through.

And they aren't fat

Anything involving college /university makes it seem like everyone plays beer pong and gets laid 24/7

High schools are unrealistic in every way possible

Could be because ALL of the high school students are played by people in their mid to late 20's?

Also, not sure what college you go to but that was my entire experience with a little bit of hacky sack thrown in

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They break the drivers side window when stealing a car and are then forced to sit on broken glass. They should break the other window to get in.

Rarely do they say 'bye' on the phone.

Actors dress for cold studios rather than the warm climate outside that they are supposed to live in.

Often they don't lock their cars or do up the windows.

They almost never wait for change and if they do then it's part of the story.

When they make a phone call the other person picks up right away rather than waiting the 5-15 seconds it should normally take.

They keep hiring Keanu Reeves.

Most car break in that involve broken windows happen from the drivers side.

It's not about comfort it's about getting away as fast as possible.

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