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15th Nov '16 12:04:45 AM Greystone101
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** Also from A Song of Ice and Fire, we have Oberyn Martell. He absolutely ''loathes'' every member of House Lannister for their perceived role in his sister's death ([[spoiler: something for which his brother is actively plotting to destroy them]]), but that doesn't stop him from idly wondering about asking Cersei to be he and his paramour's third.
6th Nov '16 4:49:05 PM dlchen145
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* Outright mocked in ''[[Literature/KittyNorville Kitty and the Midnight Hour]]''. Kitty is attacked on-air by a BadAss [[VanHelsingHateCrimes monster-hunter-for-hire]] named Cormac. She survives when Cormac backs off, suspecting his employer has set him up. The next week's show, she has to explain to ''three consecutive callers'' that she does not share BelligerentSexualTension with people who ''try to assassinate her''. After hanging up on [[MisaimedFandom Misinformed Fanboy #3]], her next caller is Cormac himself, [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments insisting that she change the subject right now.]] Of course, by the end of the book, [[spoiler: he's joined her TrueCompanions and they've had a hot werewolf/human make-out session, but that's beside the point…]]

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* Outright mocked in ''[[Literature/KittyNorville Kitty and the Midnight Hour]]''. Kitty is attacked on-air by a BadAss badass [[VanHelsingHateCrimes monster-hunter-for-hire]] named Cormac. She survives when Cormac backs off, suspecting his employer has set him up. The next week's show, she has to explain to ''three consecutive callers'' that she does not share BelligerentSexualTension with people who ''try to assassinate her''. After hanging up on [[MisaimedFandom Misinformed Fanboy #3]], her next caller is Cormac himself, [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments insisting that she change the subject right now.]] Of course, by the end of the book, [[spoiler: he's joined her TrueCompanions and they've had a hot werewolf/human make-out session, but that's beside the point…]]
22nd Oct '16 5:22:26 PM Javertshark13
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** When Javert gets a lead on Valjean, he decides not to tell his superiors about it and follow it up on his own for fear that "they might take his convict away from him."
15th Sep '16 12:27:29 AM PaulA
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* ''EndersGame'' has the fight scene in the shower. Some [[YaoiFangirl Yaoi Fangirls]] have even littered the internet with some...ahem, [[DestructoNookie Fight Degeneration]]. It's partial {{Squick}}, considering Ender is 12.

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* ''EndersGame'' ''Literature/EndersGame'' has the fight scene in the shower. Some [[YaoiFangirl Yaoi Fangirls]] have even littered the internet with some...ahem, [[DestructoNookie Fight Degeneration]]. It's partial {{Squick}}, considering Ender is 12.
7th Sep '16 2:10:40 AM PaulA
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* Explicit (although couched in terms of references to [[FreudWasRight rods]]) in the chapter of James Branch Cabell's ''The Silver Stallion'' where Guivric meets his "appointed enemy".
-->"Come, come, my enemy!" cried Guivric, "Hatred- since, as you tell me, this is hatred- is throbbing in me now as a drum beats: and I would that we two might encounter!"

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* Explicit (although couched in terms of references to [[FreudWasRight rods]]) in the chapter of James Branch Cabell's Creator/JamesBranchCabell's ''The Silver Stallion'' where Guivric meets his "appointed enemy".
-->"Come, come, my enemy!" cried Guivric, "Hatred- since, "Hatred--since, as you tell me, this is hatred- is hatred--is throbbing in me now as a drum beats: and I would that we two might encounter!"
26th Aug '16 9:51:16 PM TheUnknownUploader
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28th Jul '16 2:06:28 AM PaulA
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* Creator/JudyBlume's famous two characters, Peter Hatcher and Sheila Tubman, definitely have this kind of relationship.

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* Creator/JudyBlume's famous two characters, Peter Hatcher and Sheila Tubman, Tubman of the ''Literature/{{Fudge}}'' series, definitely have this kind of relationship.
26th Jul '16 1:41:17 PM TheUnknownUploader
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13th Jul '16 12:59:02 AM PaulA
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* The Creator/VCAndrews miniseries have this as part of the formula. Every miniseries, two of the girls will barely be able to stand each other, be complete opposites, snap sarcastically at each other, and have ridiculous amounts sexual tension. Crystal and Raven in ''Orphans'', Jade and Star in ''Wildflowers'', Teal and Robin in ''Broken Wings''. It's hard to distinguish between this and straight HoYay...

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* The Creator/VCAndrews miniseries have this as part of the formula. Every miniseries, two of the girls will barely be able to stand each other, be complete opposites, snap sarcastically at each other, and have ridiculous amounts sexual tension. Crystal and Raven in ''Orphans'', ''Literature/{{Orphans}}'', Jade and Star in ''Wildflowers'', ''The Wildflowers'', Teal and Robin in ''Broken Wings''. It's hard to distinguish between this and straight HoYay...
9th Jan '16 1:21:05 PM Not_Kirie_Goshima
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** President Snow and Katniss, though also in a more NoYay sense. In the movies particularly he calls her [[TermsOfEndangerment my dear]], and in the second book he whispers into her ear.

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** President Snow and Katniss, though also in a more NoYay sense. In the movies particularly he calls her [[TermsOfEndangerment my dear]], and in the second book he whispers into her ear.ear.
* [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Literature/Railsea Railsea]]: Perhaps the strangest example so far, Captain Naphi & Mocker-Jack; please note that Mocker-Jack is literally an albino mole the size of a massive city apartment building, but the way Naphi talks about it tends to err on the side of utter creepiness, and her voice when she does is described as "dreamy" multiple times.
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