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9th Sep '17 5:41:53 PM nombretomado
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* The real-life personas of several of the WWF's most notorious villains. Wrestling/StephanieMcMahon and Wrestling/TripleH are today's most common examples, as they have always related well with fans, have interviewed well, and carry themselves as great ambassadors to the sport. The most notorious heel of the 1980s-1990s era, BobbyHeenan, was this way, too; when making personal appearances, he'd carry on his act as though it were his real-life persona, but he'd tone it down in such a way that you knew he was bluffing and that he genuinely cared about the fans.

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* The real-life personas of several of the WWF's most notorious villains. Wrestling/StephanieMcMahon and Wrestling/TripleH are today's most common examples, as they have always related well with fans, have interviewed well, and carry themselves as great ambassadors to the sport. The most notorious heel of the 1980s-1990s era, BobbyHeenan, Wrestling/BobbyHeenan, was this way, too; when making personal appearances, he'd carry on his act as though it were his real-life persona, but he'd tone it down in such a way that you knew he was bluffing and that he genuinely cared about the fans.
11th Aug '17 5:27:26 PM Gosicrystal
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* The page image that you can see is actually for Oscar the Cat. He's supposedly quite rude and irritable towards most people- except ill and dying patients. He goes up to them and lets them pet him as much as they want.
** Many people would attribute various manifestations of this trope as standard demeanor for cats.

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* The page image that you can see is actually for Oscar the Cat. He's Cat is supposedly quite rude and irritable towards most people- except ill and dying patients. He goes up to them and lets them pet him as much as they want.
** * Many people would attribute various manifestations of this trope as standard demeanor for cats.
7th Aug '17 4:37:52 PM Willbyr
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[[caption-width-right:300:[[http://www.cracked.com/article_18963_6-cats-more-badass-than-you-and-most-superheroes_p2.html He's not very friendly, except when you need a friendly cat most.]]]]

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[[caption-width-right:300:[[http://www.cracked.com/article_18963_6-cats-more-badass-than-you-and-most-superheroes_p2.html He's not very friendly, except when you need
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15th May '17 6:47:55 PM nombretomado
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* The real-life personas of several of the WWF's most notorious villains. StephanieMcMahon and TripleH are today's most common examples, as they have always related well with fans, have interviewed well, and carry themselves as great ambassadors to the sport. The most notorious heel of the 1980s-1990s era, BobbyHeenan, was this way, too; when making personal appearances, he'd carry on his act as though it were his real-life persona, but he'd tone it down in such a way that you knew he was bluffing and that he genuinely cared about the fans.

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* The real-life personas of several of the WWF's most notorious villains. StephanieMcMahon Wrestling/StephanieMcMahon and TripleH Wrestling/TripleH are today's most common examples, as they have always related well with fans, have interviewed well, and carry themselves as great ambassadors to the sport. The most notorious heel of the 1980s-1990s era, BobbyHeenan, was this way, too; when making personal appearances, he'd carry on his act as though it were his real-life persona, but he'd tone it down in such a way that you knew he was bluffing and that he genuinely cared about the fans.
1st Mar '17 9:14:26 AM Briguy52748
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* The real-life personas of several of the WWF's most notorious villains. StephanieMcMahon and TripleH are today's most common examples, as they have always related well with fans, have interviewed well, and carry themselves as great ambassadors to the sport. The most notorious heel of the 1980s-1990s era, BobbyHeenan, was this way, too; when making personal appearances, he'd carry on his act as though it were his real-life persona, but he'd tone it down in such a way that you knew he was bluffing and that he genuinely cared about the fans.
17th Mar '15 4:06:50 PM AgentTasmania
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** Many people would attribute various manifestations of this trope as standard demeanor for cats.
30th Dec '14 6:08:24 PM porpentine
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* Mrs Erlynne from ''Theatre/LadyWindermeresFan''.

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* Mrs Erlynne from ''Theatre/LadyWindermeresFan''.''Theatre/LadyWindermeresFan''.
* Benedick in ''Theatre/MuchAdoAboutNothing'' is a fountain of snark who pretends to be a HeManWomanHater, but as soon as he is convinced that Beatrice is in love with him, he softens up instantly. He is also the only male character (other than the friar) to believe in Hero's innocence when she is accused of cheating on Claudio, rather than siding with his male friends as even Hero's father does.

17th Sep '14 3:19:45 PM KidDynamite
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* William Regal. A pompous British aristocratic type for most of his career. His heart of gold was shown when Eric Bischoff's "special" nephew, Eugene, came into WWE. Bischoff wanted Regal to break his spirit in the hopes he'd quit, but once Regal saw Eugene could actually wrestle, he became very supportive of him.
3rd May '14 6:29:21 AM LongLiveHumour
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* LittleRedRidingHood in Roleplay/WeAreOurAvatars straddles the line.

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* LittleRedRidingHood Literature/LittleRedRidingHood in Roleplay/WeAreOurAvatars straddles the line.
26th Oct '13 8:12:53 AM Kossage
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* In ''Roleplay/TheGamersAlliance'', several characters who act rudely are shown to have a hidden heart of gold and that deep inside they really do care for others, or at least grow into people who start caring about other things than themselves. Examples include the cynical mage Raistlin II, the old merchant Kusobaba, and Sultan Khalid.
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