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8th Oct '17 11:12:00 AM Lovetheclassics72
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+ In a ''WesternAnimation/{{Looneytunes}}'' cartoon "Rabbit Romeo" a rather obese female rabbit was constantly coming on strong to Bugs Bunny
26th Sep '17 9:53:19 PM Nadim
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* ''Series/{{Austin and Ally}}'' has many of these:
** [[StalkerWithACrush Brooke]] towards Austin.
** Chuck towards Trish. [[spoiler: Ironically, the two are married by the show's end.]]
** Mindy towards Dez in season 1.
23rd Sep '17 7:24:53 AM BackgroundGuy
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** Another one-off character was romance novelist Deirdre Sauvage, a DirtyOldWoman who spends the episode "The Adventures of Bad Boy and Dirty Girl" trying to seduce Martin. She lives in the same condo building, and Martin is so paranoid of her he'll go as far as to try to read his newspaper with a flashlight in the dark because if she sees the living room light on, she'll try to come over. Martin constantly has to watch his back as he tries to walk Eddie out of the building, and notes that she constantly tries to lure him into her apartment. Her parting gift is her latest book, in which the "lovesick gondolier" was inspired by Martin.
14th Sep '17 9:41:53 AM youfeelingluckypunk27
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* In ''Film/TheSearchers'', Martin accidentally marries a homely Comanche woman named T'sala-ta-komal-ta-name (but you can call her "Look"). She's fairly clingy towards her new husband, even if she doesn't deserve the abuse she gets for her behaviour.
13th Sep '17 3:26:56 AM Gowan
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* In ''Literature/ABrother'sPrice'', Jerin is terrified of the prospect of having to marry the very ugly Brindle sisters, though not because they have expressed much interest in him, more because Jerin's sisters are courting Balin Brindle, and in their culture, it is most likely they will want to swap him for Balin. Subverted in that Jerin has ^reason^ to be terrified - he lives in a matriarchal society in which female rapists seem to exist in much higher numbers than in the real world, and since the sisters will have an advantage in numbers, trying to fight back would be futile.

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* In ''Literature/ABrother'sPrice'', ''Literature/ABrothersPrice'', Jerin is terrified of the prospect of having to marry the very ugly Brindle sisters, though not because they have expressed much interest in him, more because Jerin's sisters are courting Balin Brindle, and in their culture, it is most likely they will want to swap him for Balin. Subverted in that Jerin has ^reason^ to be terrified - he lives in a matriarchal society in which female rapists seem to exist in much higher numbers than in the real world, and since the sisters will have an advantage in numbers, trying to fight back would be futile.
13th Sep '17 3:25:02 AM Gowan
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* In ''Literature/PrideAndPrejudice'', Mr. Collins. It can be played for comedy in that case because he wants to marry Elizabeth, and is portrayed as the sort of man who wouldn't rape a woman he isn't married to. (When he later [[spoiler: settles for Charlotte Lucas, who in turn settles for him]] it is implied that he is easily influenced by his wife and not really aggressive.)
* In ''Literature/ABrother'sPrice'', Jerin is terrified of the prospect of having to marry the very ugly Brindle sisters, though not because they have expressed much interest in him, more because Jerin's sisters are courting Balin Brindle, and in their culture, it is most likely they will want to swap him for Balin. Subverted in that Jerin has ^reason^ to be terrified - he lives in a matriarchal society in which female rapists seem to exist in much higher numbers than in the real world, and since the sisters will have an advantage in numbers, trying to fight back would be futile.
29th Aug '17 5:26:53 AM BackgroundGuy
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* In ''Disney/TheBlackCauldron'', the hapless minstrel Fflewddur catches the eye of the portly Orwen, one of the witches. As she [[TheGlomp latches onto him and refuses to let go]], she vouches to not turn ''him'' into a frog to be eaten, even asking if she can marry him on the spot. To be fair to her, though, she ''is'' the most normal-looking of the witches, though very forward in her attraction to the flustered Fflewddur.

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* In ''Disney/TheBlackCauldron'', the hapless minstrel Fflewddur catches the eye of the portly Orwen, one of the witches. As she [[TheGlomp latches onto him and refuses to let go]], she vouches to not turn ''him'' into a frog to be eaten, even asking if she can marry him on the spot. To be fair to her, though, she ''is'' [[HollywoodHomely the most normal-looking of the witches, witches]], though very forward in her attraction to the flustered Fflewddur.
26th Aug '17 9:03:28 PM Dravencour
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* In issue #30 of the original ''ComicBook/{{Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles|Mirage}}'' series, during the story Sky Highway, Raphael gained one with a German mutated human called Hildagaard Rail. In a dimension where there is an actual highway in the sky, Raphael fell in the passenger side of her car. She wore sunglasses, had her hair wrapped up in a scarf tied behind her chin and a black dress that showed off her ample bosom. Hildagaard had long legs and the body of a super model, but her [[GagLips lips were so enormous]] they went from ear to ear and almost from chin to forehead taking up most of the space on her face. She openly flirted with her "dollink" turtle telling him "You're the most sexy shade of green I've ever seen." When Raphael was about to leave her car he told her "It's been funfffh!" The ninja's words were cut short because Hildagaard grabbed him by the tails of his bandanna and said "Shut up and kiss me, you dumkoff!" With his head tilted all the way to the side she pulled him close to her and gave him a big passionate kiss that covered his entire beak. When he finally got away from Hilda she called out, "Auf Wiedersehen, loverboy!" Raphael referred to it as the biggest indignity he ever had to face as a hero. The turtle wiped off the giant lipstick imprint off of his face which wasn't sideways, but on straight making it seem like they locked lips for a while. At least long enough for Raphael's head to tilt.

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* In issue #30 of the original ''ComicBook/{{Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles|Mirage}}'' series, during the story Sky Highway, Raphael gained one with a German mutated human called Hildagaard Rail. In a dimension where there is an actual highway in the sky, Raphael Raph fell in the passenger side of her car. She wore sunglasses, had her hair wrapped up in a scarf tied behind her chin and a black dress that showed off her ample bosom. Hildagaard had long legs and the body of a super model, but her [[GagLips lips were so enormous]] they went from ear to ear and almost from chin to forehead taking up most of the space on her face. She openly flirted with her "dollink" turtle telling him "You're the most sexy shade of green I've ever seen." When Raphael was about to leave her car he told her "It's been funfffh!" The ninja's words were cut short because Hildagaard grabbed him by the tails of his bandanna and said "Shut up and kiss me, you dumkoff!" With his head tilted all the way to the side she pulled him close to her and gave him a big passionate kiss that covered his entire beak. When he finally got away from Hilda she called out, "Auf Wiedersehen, loverboy!" Raphael Raph referred to it as the biggest indignity he ever had to face as a hero. The turtle wiped off the giant lipstick imprint off of his face which wasn't sideways, but on straight making it seem like they locked lips for a while. At least long enough for Raphael's Raph's head to tilt.
23rd Aug '17 11:37:10 AM SuperBeatle83
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* Music/{{Michael Jackson}}'s classic "Billie Jean" was about a stalker/groupie claiming that Michael was the father of her child.
23rd Aug '17 5:39:13 AM TheNerevarine
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* ComicBook/PowerGirl had to contend with Vartox, an alien superhero from the planet Valerion who sought to seduce her and [[OnlyYouCanRepopulateMyRace breed a new population for his planet after they were hit with a sterilization bomb]]. While she was repulsed by him and unwilling to take up this tremendous task, she did help him find a way to cure his people though made clear she had no romantic interest in him.


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* ''VideoGame/Injustice2'': In some match interactions, ComicBook/TheJoker expresses the interest of making ComicBook/{{Supergirl}}, ComicBook/PowerGirl, ComicBook/PoisonIvy and ComicBook/BlackCanary as his "molls", but they are all absolutely revolted by him for many, ''many'' valid reasons. He is the [[HateSink one character that literally every one else in the game hates]] (including [[EvenEvilHasStandards other supervillains]])
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