History Film / MeMyselfAndIrene

23rd Jan '16 12:00:16 PM Jackie-Chaos-Bunny
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23rd Jan '16 11:55:52 AM Jackie-Chaos-Bunny
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22nd Jan '16 9:52:34 PM amphiboly
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** Even Charlie's reaction to the woman tricking him in the supermarket seems to be this, at least as far as she's concerned, as she is genuinely clueless as to why he starts behaving so aggressively with her, and even goes so far as to embarrass her over the store intercom....in the presence of her children to boot! As far as she's concerned, he is being extremely rude to her and completely overreacting, but since this is the final insult that has caused Charlie to reach his [[RageBreakingPoint Rage Breaking Point]], his "overreacting" is actually quite understandable.
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** Even Charlie's reaction to the woman tricking him in the supermarket seems to be this, at least as far as she's concerned, as she is genuinely clueless as to why he starts behaving so aggressively with her, and even goes so far as to embarrass her over the store intercom....in the presence of her children to boot! As far as she's concerned, Obviously she thinks he is being extremely rude to her and completely overreacting, but since this is the final insult that has caused Charlie to reach his [[RageBreakingPoint Rage Breaking Point]], his "overreacting" is actually quite understandable.
14th Jan '16 9:32:15 AM amphiboly
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** Subverted. This is the trope that jumpstarts the whole plot, as the limo driver, Chanté, assumes that when Charlie asks him if he accepts checks for payment (since he's low on cash,) it is some kind of racial attack. And when he falsely accuses him when complaining to Layla, she [[WhatanIdiot automatically takes the limo driver's side and angrily yells at Charlie, refusing to give him the benefit of the doubt, despite knowing him better than that]], and clearly [[CassandraTruth refusing to believe him when he denies being racist]]. Then to add further insult to injury (specifically, the injury caused by Chanté' hitting Charlie with his nunchucks,) [[KickTheDog she ultimately BETRAYS Charlie by later having an affair with Chanté]].
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** Subverted. This is the trope that jumpstarts the whole plot, as the limo driver, Chanté, assumes that when Charlie asks him if he accepts checks for payment (since he's low on cash,) it is some kind of racial attack. And when he falsely accuses him when complaining to Layla, she [[WhatanIdiot automatically takes the limo driver's side and angrily yells at Charlie, refusing to give him the benefit of the doubt, despite knowing him better than that]], and clearly [[CassandraTruth refusing to believe him when he denies being having said anything racist]]. Then to add further insult to injury (specifically, the injury caused by Chanté' hitting Charlie with his nunchucks,) [[KickTheDog she ultimately BETRAYS Charlie by later having an affair with Chanté]].
12th Jan '16 12:08:26 PM amphiboly
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* HateSink: Chanté. He picks a fight with Charlie because he just happened to say "you people" to a black guy, [[DisproportionateRetribution going as far as to attack him with nunchaku]]. He then sleeps with Charlie's new wife Layla, not even bothering with protection since she gave birth to black triplets. He then takes Layla and leaves his kids with Charlie. His attempts to [[PlayingTheVictimCard play the victim card]] due to his race and dwarfism only make him come across as [[ItsAllAboutMe bitter and manipulative]]. If there was ever somebody who should get some of Hank's wrath, it's him.
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* HateSink: Chanté. He picks a fight with Charlie because he just happened to say "you people" to a black guy, [[DisproportionateRetribution going as far as to attack him with nunchaku]]. He then sleeps with Charlie's new wife Layla, not even bothering with protection since she gave birth to black triplets. He then takes Layla and leaves his kids with Charlie. His attempts to [[PlayingTheVictimCard play the victim card]] [[FreudianExcuse due to his race and dwarfism dwarfism]] only make him come across as [[ItsAllAboutMe bitter and manipulative]]. If there was ever somebody who should get some of Hank's wrath, it's him.
12th Jan '16 12:07:01 PM amphiboly
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** Even Charlie's reaction to the woman tricking him in the supermarket seems to be this, at least as far as she's concerned, as she is genuinely clueless as to why he starts behaving so aggressively with her, and even goes so far as to embarrass her over the store intercom....in the presence of her children to boot! As far as she's concerned, he is being extremely rude to her and is completely overreacting, but since this is the final insult that has caused Charlie to reach his [[RageBreakingPoint Rage Breaking Point]], his "overreacting" is actually quite understandable.
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** Even Charlie's reaction to the woman tricking him in the supermarket seems to be this, at least as far as she's concerned, as she is genuinely clueless as to why he starts behaving so aggressively with her, and even goes so far as to embarrass her over the store intercom....in the presence of her children to boot! As far as she's concerned, he is being extremely rude to her and is completely overreacting, but since this is the final insult that has caused Charlie to reach his [[RageBreakingPoint Rage Breaking Point]], his "overreacting" is actually quite understandable.
12th Jan '16 12:06:01 PM amphiboly
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** Even Charlie's reaction to the woman tricking him in the supermarket seems to be this, at least as far as she's concerned, as she is genuinely clueless as to why he starts behaving so aggressively with her, and even goes so far as to embarrass her over the store intercom....in the presence of her children to boot! But since this is the final insult that has caused Charlie to reach his [[RageBreakingPoint Rage Breaking Point]], his reaction is actually quite understandable.
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** Even Charlie's reaction to the woman tricking him in the supermarket seems to be this, at least as far as she's concerned, as she is genuinely clueless as to why he starts behaving so aggressively with her, and even goes so far as to embarrass her over the store intercom....in the presence of her children to boot! But As far as she's concerned, he is being extremely rude to her and is completely overreacting, but since this is the final insult that has caused Charlie to reach his [[RageBreakingPoint Rage Breaking Point]], his reaction "overreacting" is actually quite understandable. understandable.

* HateSink: Chanté. He picks a fight with Charlie because he just happened to say "you people" to a black guy, [[DisproportionateRetribution going as far as to attack him with nunchaku]]. He then sleeps with Charlie's new wife Layla, not even bothering with protection since she gave birth to black triplets. He then takes Layla and leaves his kids with Charlie. His attempts to play the victim card due to his race and dwarfism only make him come across as bitter and manipulative. If there was ever somebody who should get some of Hank's wrath, it's him.
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* HateSink: Chanté. He picks a fight with Charlie because he just happened to say "you people" to a black guy, [[DisproportionateRetribution going as far as to attack him with nunchaku]]. He then sleeps with Charlie's new wife Layla, not even bothering with protection since she gave birth to black triplets. He then takes Layla and leaves his kids with Charlie. His attempts to [[PlayingTheVictimCard play the victim card card]] due to his race and dwarfism only make him come across as [[ItsAllAboutMe bitter and manipulative.manipulative]]. If there was ever somebody who should get some of Hank's wrath, it's him.
21st Oct '15 8:17:20 PM amphiboly
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** Even Charlie's reaction to the woman tricking him in the supermarket seems to be this, at least as far as she's concerned, as she is genuinely clueless as to why he starts behaving so aggressively and even goes so far as to embarrass her over the store intercom....and in the presence of her children to boot! But since this is the final insult that has caused him to reach his [[RageBreakingPoint Rage Breaking Point]], his reaction is actually quite understandable.
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** Even Charlie's reaction to the woman tricking him in the supermarket seems to be this, at least as far as she's concerned, as she is genuinely clueless as to why he starts behaving so aggressively with her, and even goes so far as to embarrass her over the store intercom....and in the presence of her children to boot! But since this is the final insult that has caused him Charlie to reach his [[RageBreakingPoint Rage Breaking Point]], his reaction is actually quite understandable.
21st Oct '15 8:14:55 PM amphiboly
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** Subverted. This is the trope that jumpstarts the whole plot, as the limo driver, Chanté, thinks that when Charlie asks him if he accepts checks for payment (since he's low on cash,) it is some kind of racial attack. And when he falsely accuses him when complaining to Layla, she [[WhatanIdiot automatically takes the limo driver's side and angrily yells at Charlie, refusing to give him the benefit of the doubt, despite knowing him better than that]], and clearly [[CassandraTruth refusing to believe him when he denies being racist]]. Then to add further insult to injury (specifically, the injury caused by Chanté' hitting Charlie with his nunchucks,) [[KickTheDog she ultimately BETRAYS Charlie by later having an affair with Chanté]].
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** Subverted. This is the trope that jumpstarts the whole plot, as the limo driver, Chanté, thinks assumes that when Charlie asks him if he accepts checks for payment (since he's low on cash,) it is some kind of racial attack. And when he falsely accuses him when complaining to Layla, she [[WhatanIdiot automatically takes the limo driver's side and angrily yells at Charlie, refusing to give him the benefit of the doubt, despite knowing him better than that]], and clearly [[CassandraTruth refusing to believe him when he denies being racist]]. Then to add further insult to injury (specifically, the injury caused by Chanté' hitting Charlie with his nunchucks,) [[KickTheDog she ultimately BETRAYS Charlie by later having an affair with Chanté]].
20th Oct '15 2:02:55 PM amphiboly
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* ComicalOverreacting: ** Subverted. This is the trope that jumpstarts the whole plot, as the limo driver, Chanté, thinks that when Charlie asks him if he accepts checks for payment (since he's low on cash,) it is some kind of racial attack. And when he falsely accuses him when complaining to Layla, she [[WhatanIdiot automatically takes the limo driver's side and angrily yells at Charlie, refusing to give him the benefit of the doubt, despite knowing him better than that]], and clearly [[CassandraTruth refusing to believe him when he denies being racist]]. Then to add further insult to injury (specifically, the injury caused by Chanté' hitting Charlie with his nunchucks,) [[KickTheDog she ultimately BETRAYS Charlie by later having an affair with Chanté]]. ** Even Charlie's reaction to the woman tricking him in the supermarket seems to be this, at least as far as she's concerned, as she is genuinely clueless as to why he starts behaving so aggressively and even goes so far as to embarrass her over the store intercom....and in the presence of her children to boot! But since this is the final insult that has caused him to reach his [[RageBreakingPoint Rage Breaking Point]], his reaction is actually quite understandable.

* Melodrama: ** This is the trope that jumpstarts the whole plot, as the limo driver, Chanté, thinks that when Charlie asks him if he accepts checks for payment (since he's low on cash,) it is some kind of racial attack. And when he falsely accuses him when complaining to Layla, she [[WhatanIdiot automatically takes the limo driver's side and angrily yells at Charlie, refusing to give him the benefit of the doubt, despite knowing him better than that]], and clearly [[CassandraTruth refusing to believe him when he denies being racist]]. Then to add further insult to injury (specifically, the injury caused by Chanté' hitting Charlie with his nunchucks,) [[KickTheDog she ultimately BETRAYS Charlie by later having an affair with Chanté]]. ** Even Charlie's reaction to the woman tricking him in the supermarket seems to be this, at least as far as she's concerned, as she is genuinely clueless as to why he starts behaving so aggressively and even goes so far as to embarrass her over the store intercom....and in the presence of her children to boot! But since this is the final insult that has caused him to reach his [[RageBreakingPoint Rage Breaking Point]], his reaction is actually quite understandable.
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