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At times it may be a ringtone that wouldn't usually be embarrassing, but the situation makes it inappropriate. Examples Music/Sir Mix ALot Baby Got Back'' as the ringtone. * In a T-Mobile my Faves commercial, a guy is asking his friend why his girlfriend is in his "Five" on his phone. The nominal head villain gets a new cell phone with a ringtone that pegs him as an old guy--and later it goes off when people are trying to hide, and of course the hiding people can't figure out how to turn it off. Not the best way to be taken seriously when it rings in the middle of a diplomatic summit.* Completely subverted in ''Series/'' who has a string of seemingly embarrassing ringtones that he uses completely shamelessly.

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At times it may be a ringtone that wouldn't usually be embarrassing, but the situation makes it inappropriate. Examples AC: * A beer commercial featured a guy trying to prove to his ex-girlfriend that he's matured enough to hook back up with her ...

'''Indexes: Cell Phone, Rule Of Funny, Distraction Tropes? until his cellphone rings, with ''Music/Sir Mix ALot Baby Got Back'' as the ringtone. * In a T-Mobile my Faves commercial, a guy is asking his friend why his girlfriend is in his "Five" on his phone. The nominal head villain gets a new cell phone with a ringtone that pegs him as an old guy--and later it goes off when people are trying to hide, and of course the hiding people can't figure out how to turn it off. Not the best way to be taken seriously when it rings in the middle of a diplomatic summit.

* Completely subverted in ''Series/'' who has a string of seemingly embarrassing ringtones that he uses completely shamelessly.

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Surprisingly enough for a few seconds the thieves seem like they're going to let the whole thing slide, perhaps out of sheer amusement at the incongruity of the ring tone...

spoiler:suiting up to create a new superhero to replace Metro Man, the cell phone Megamind had stolen earlier went off, ruining the villainous pose scene.

Indexes: Cell Phone, Rule of Funny, Distraction Tropes? quoteright:350: Auto Tune auto-tuned pop song.

The Jerk Jock might have the Theme Song from some incredibly geeky television series as his ringtone.

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Surprisingly enough for a few seconds the thieves seem like they're going to let the whole thing slide, perhaps out of sheer amusement at the incongruity of the ring tone...Mood Whiplash then the leader of the group drags the guy off into another room and beats the crap out of him. When Megamind and Minion were spoiler:suiting up to create a new superhero to replace Metro Man, the cell phone Megamind had stolen earlier went off, ruining the villainous pose scene.Indexes: Cell Phone, Rule of Funny, Distraction Tropes? quoteright:350: Auto Tune auto-tuned pop song.The Jerk Jock might have the Theme Song from some incredibly geeky television series as his ringtone.

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The Wicked Cultured villain's ringtone may be a crappy auto-tuned pop song.Kabuki is part of traditional Japanese theatre, dating from the Edo period (17th century as the Western world records time).Like other Japanese theatrical styles, it uses music and musical sounds to help tell the story.His friend tells him he's being paranoid until his phone starts ringing "Secret Lovers" by Atlantic Starr which indicates the guy's girlfriend calling. AC: * In ''Film/The Astronaut Farmer'' one of the two Men In Black government agents who are trying to prevent the titular farmer from building his rocket and going into space has Star Wars The Imperial March as his ringtone, as part of their Villain Decay gradual Going Native decent over the course of the film from genuinely intimidating antagonists to Those Two Guys.* In ''Film/Confessions Of AShopaholic'', Becky's ringtone for her banker says "Don't answer this call; it's Derek Smeath." It goes off while Mr. * In ''Film/Inside Man'', the thieves taking hostages in the bank demand that everyone turn over any cell phones.The Evil Luddite will be embarrassed to have a ringtone at all.

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The Wicked Cultured villain's ringtone may be a crappy auto-tuned pop song.

Kabuki is part of traditional Japanese theatre, dating from the Edo period (17th century as the Western world records time).

Like other Japanese theatrical styles, it uses music and musical sounds to help tell the story.

His friend tells him he's being paranoid until his phone starts ringing "Secret Lovers" by Atlantic Starr which indicates the guy's girlfriend calling. AC: * One of '''''s attempts at a stealthy assassination was spoiled by his agent calling him, his ringtone was "YMCA". AC: * In ''Film/The Astronaut Farmer'' one of the two Men In Black government agents who are trying to prevent the titular farmer from building his rocket and going into space has Star Wars The Imperial March as his ringtone, as part of their Villain Decay gradual Going Native decent over the course of the film from genuinely intimidating antagonists to Those Two Guys.

* In ''Film/Confessions Of AShopaholic'', Becky's ringtone for her banker says "Don't answer this call; it's Derek Smeath." It goes off while Mr. * In ''Film/Inside Man'', the thieves taking hostages in the bank demand that everyone turn over any cell phones.

The Evil Luddite will be embarrassed to have a ringtone at all.

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