History Angrish / ComicBooks

16th Dec '15 7:58:41 PM nombretomado
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* In ''{{Mafalda}}'', an angry mother is so angry that she starts dropping vowels and entire words, and as such starts yelling only isolated words. The quote below does not mean anything: she's dropped so many vowels that it's been rendered complete nonsense. In parentheses is the intended meaning as translated by Mafalda.

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* In ''{{Mafalda}}'', ''ComicStrip/{{Mafalda}}'', an angry mother is so angry that she starts dropping vowels and entire words, and as such starts yelling only isolated words. The quote below does not mean anything: she's dropped so many vowels that it's been rendered complete nonsense. In parentheses is the intended meaning as translated by Mafalda.
4th Nov '15 5:04:38 PM nombretomado
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* In one TheSimpsons comic book, Homer is seen slamming into Skinner's office when Bart's in trouble, saying "Too angry to finish sentence I-!"

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* In one TheSimpsons ComicBook/TheSimpsons comic book, Homer is seen slamming into Skinner's office when Bart's in trouble, saying "Too angry to finish sentence I-!"



* In issue seven of ''TheFabulousFurryFreakBrothers'', Phineas is pursued by the OverprotectiveDad of a girl he slept with, and notes "He appears to be [[LampshadeHanging too enraged to speak articulately]]."

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* In issue seven of ''TheFabulousFurryFreakBrothers'', ''ComicBook/TheFabulousFurryFreakBrothers'', Phineas is pursued by the OverprotectiveDad of a girl he slept with, and notes "He appears to be [[LampshadeHanging too enraged to speak articulately]]."
5th Jul '15 12:40:40 PM nombretomado
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* A darker version occurs in the post-[[InfiniteCrisis One Year Later]] ''{{Superman}}'' story arc, "Up, Up and Away". Big Blue has just destroyed LexLuthor's latest scheme and, powerless, miles above Metropolis, the two are sent plummeting to the ground. Despite giving an [[MotiveRant impressive speech]] moments beforehand, as they fall Luthor can only stare at Supes and growl:

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* A darker version occurs in the post-[[InfiniteCrisis One Year Later]] ''{{Superman}}'' story arc, "Up, Up and Away". Big Blue has just destroyed LexLuthor's ComicBook/LexLuthor's latest scheme and, powerless, miles above Metropolis, the two are sent plummeting to the ground. Despite giving an [[MotiveRant impressive speech]] moments beforehand, as they fall Luthor can only stare at Supes and growl:
2nd Mar '15 10:44:27 AM TheUnsquished
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* ''ComicBook/PS238'' has a character implanted with a chip which replaces any profanities he voices with random other words. If he tries to launch into a ClusterFBomb, he instead starts singing showtunes.
8th May '14 11:02:21 AM LongLiveHumour
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* Captain Haddock in the ''{{Tintin}}'' books often unleashes a tirade of disjointed insults and random words at the subject of his anger.

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* Captain Haddock in the ''{{Tintin}}'' ''Franchise/{{Tintin}}'' books often unleashes a tirade of disjointed insults and random words at the subject of his anger.anger. In ''Recap/TintinTheCastafioreEmerald'', when Captain Haddock receives a phone call from Thompson and Thomson congratulating him over his TabloidMelodrama reported engagement to Castafiore, he lets out a series of inarticulate angry syllables before slamming the receiver down.



* In ''Recap/TintinTheCastafioreEmerald'', when Captain Haddock receives a phone call from Thompson and Thomson congratulating him over his TabloidMelodrama reported engagement to Castafiore, he lets out a series of inarticulate angry syllables before slamming the receiver down.
18th Sep '13 11:41:04 AM Andyroid
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* In one issue of ''TheFabulousFurryFreakBrothers'', Phineas is pursued by the OverprotectiveDad of a girl he slept with, and notes that the man "appears to be too enraged to speak articulately."

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* In one issue seven of ''TheFabulousFurryFreakBrothers'', Phineas is pursued by the OverprotectiveDad of a girl he slept with, and notes that the man "appears "He appears to be [[LampshadeHanging too enraged to speak articulately.articulately]]."
3rd Jun '13 12:59:54 PM cybertoy0
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** In another story, he tries to put up wallpaper. HilarityEnsues, of course, and each EpicFail has Homer cursing more and more, until he runs out of English swear words until he's forced to swear in Chinese.
3rd Jun '13 12:58:31 PM cybertoy0
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* One ''{{Popeye}}'' strip had Roughhouse so fed up with Wimpy's constant mooching that he had to be constrained to the hospital. He spends his recuperation growling and muttering Wimpy's catchphrases, such as "I'll gladly pay you Tuesday for a hamburger today." or "I'd like to have you to a duck dinner. You bring the duck."
-->'''Popeye''': Wimpy's got his goat so bad he's almost crazy!
27th Nov '12 2:22:19 PM CaveCat
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* In ''{{Mafalda}}'', an angry mother is so angry that she starts dropping vowels and entire words, and as such starts yelling only isolated words. The quote below does not mean anything: she's dropped so many vowels that it's been rendered complete nonsense. In parentheses is the intended meaning as translated by Mafalda.
-->'''Raquel''': ¡Sunescán! ¡Dalúna buso! ("¡Es un escándalo, un abuso!" meaning "It's a scandal, an abuse!" uttered by an angry mother coming back from market).
** The quote above can be rendered intelligible if read with typical Argentinian intonation.
*** And even more so if you go to the market in Argentina when the prices are rising.
* Captain Haddock in the ''{{Tintin}}'' books often unleashes a tirade of disjointed insults and random words at the subject of his anger.
* One ''{{Popeye}}'' strip had Roughhouse so fed up with Wimpy's constant mooching that he had to be constrained to the hospital. He spends his recuperation growling and muttering Wimpy's catchphrases, such as "I'll gladly pay you Tuesday for a hamburger today." or "I'd like to have you to a duck dinner. You bring the duck."
-->'''Popeye''': Wimpy's got his goat so bad he's almost crazy!
* In one TheSimpsons comic book, Homer is seen slamming into Skinner's office when Bart's in trouble, saying "Too angry to finish sentence I-!"
* A darker version occurs in the post-[[InfiniteCrisis One Year Later]] ''{{Superman}}'' story arc, "Up, Up and Away". Big Blue has just destroyed LexLuthor's latest scheme and, powerless, miles above Metropolis, the two are sent plummeting to the ground. Despite giving an [[MotiveRant impressive speech]] moments beforehand, as they fall Luthor can only stare at Supes and growl:
-->'''Lex''': I ''hate'' you. ''God I'' ''hate'' you.
* The DM in ''ComicStrip/KnightsOfTheDinnerTable'' will, when exasperated at the unorthodox behavior of his players, frequently be reduced to shouting "FIRK DING BLAST!"
* In ''Recap/TintinTheCastafioreEmerald'', when Captain Haddock receives a phone call from Thompson and Thomson congratulating him over his TabloidMelodrama reported engagement to Castafiore, he lets out a series of inarticulate angry syllables before slamming the receiver down.
* ''Comicbook/IncredibleHulk'' would seem to be the living distillation of this trope. Whenever Bruce Banner gets angry enough, he manifests as the incarnation of Angrish. "RRAAAAARRGH! HULK SMASH! AAAARRRGH!"
* In one issue of ''TheFabulousFurryFreakBrothers'', Phineas is pursued by the OverprotectiveDad of a girl he slept with, and notes that the man "appears to be too enraged to speak articulately."
* One issue of Marvel's ''What The?!'' SelfDeprecation comic had "The Mighty Sore, God of Blunder" receive a bad haircut and [[YeOldeButcheredeEnglishe butchere Ye Olde Englishe even worse than usual]]:
-->'''Sore''': ''Ye hath madeth a mockeryth of the goldenth tressth of Soreth!''\\
'''Footnote''': Editor's note: Sore's speech impediment worsens as he gets angry.
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