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Creators may describe their own works this way as a form of humorous Self-Deprecation; it can also be a way to imply that a work, while bad, at least has a unique premise—it's better than any other of its type because there no other.
This trope covers situations where something seems to be highly praised, and it's relative to an extremely small — or intrinsically awful — group (often a group of one), rendering it meaningless.
Sometimes the intent is for the praise to be taken seriously (in which case it becomes a version of the Sharpshooter Fallacy), but the more frequent implication is that there isn't any larger category relative to which it can apply, making it a Stealth Insult (if the backhandedness of the compliment is not immediately obvious) or a form of Damned by Faint Praise (if it is).
Film ads that week will try to claim their picture was "the #1 film in America!
" Anytime that isn't actually true, the ad will narrow the superlative down by genre, like "the #1 comedy in America!
A number of these items were purchased by S4D, as Bob Barnard will also recall.
I have already searched e Bay for a Stock List without success and my representatives in Norwich are unable to help either!Everyone is welcome to join us if they find themselves in London on Friday 25 November from midday in The Wellington pub in Waterloo Road opposite Waterloo Station.We already have a few confirmed attendees, including Derek Croft, Peter Fudge, Peter Gutteridge, and Bill Baggs. Good to hear from you, and to hear that you are still organising the annual meeting.You may recall my earlier mention about inkwell sets(s) which have cropped up in our local Antique & Collectable Fairs.And indeed our Paper weights often find their way on the displays, and I myself have purchased the grey plastic pen and paperclip tray for a knock-down price - sitting on my desk as I type this message.I also meant to ask if you can reveal the identity of Code 51-11 mentioned in one of your earlier messages, or was it a "spoof" ?