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8th Feb '17 4:16:37 AM InvaderTAK
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-->'''Mishka''': And this ''[prepares to throw knife at Bond]'' …for my brother! ''[charges towards Bond, who opens the door behind him]''\\

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-->'''Mishka''': And this ''[prepares to throw knife at Bond]'' …for …for my brother! ''[charges towards Bond, who opens the door behind him]''\\



-->''For my mother. (slices one arm off) For my father. (slices off the other arm) For all those you've slain. (cuts it across the chest) For myself. (cuts off its head)''

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-->''For my mother. (slices one arm off) For my father. (slices off the other arm) For all those that you've slain. (cuts it across the chest) For myself. (cuts off its head)''
8th Feb '17 4:15:42 AM InvaderTAK
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-->''For my mother. (slices one arm off) For my father. (slices off the other arm) For all the people you've slaughtered. (cuts it across the chest) And for me. (cuts off its head)''

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-->''For my mother. (slices one arm off) For my father. (slices off the other arm) For all the people those you've slaughtered. slain. (cuts it across the chest) And for me.For myself. (cuts off its head)''
5th Feb '17 10:00:34 AM Zaptech
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* In ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'s'' Volume 4 finale, Lie Ren, facing the Grimm that [[DoomedHometown killed his family and destroyed his home]], calmly faces the monster once it is immobilized and begins listing off all the people it killed while chopping off its limbs and head with his father's knife.
-->''For my mother. (slices one arm off) For my father. (slices off the other arm) For all the people you've slaughtered. (cuts it across the chest) And for me. (cuts off its head)''
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3rd Feb '17 9:35:12 AM CumbersomeTercel
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** A WWI soldier pulls the pin on a hand grenade, starts calling out the names of all the other soldiers in his company that the grenade is for, and becomes so wrapped up in the speech that he forgets to throw it before it goes off.

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** A In "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS2E21ThreeMenAndAComicBook Three Men and a Comic Book]]", a WWI soldier pulls the pin on a hand grenade, starts calling out the names of all the other soldiers in his company that the grenade is for, and becomes so wrapped up in the speech that he forgets to throw it before it goes off.



** PlayedForLaughs in "Maggie Makes Three"; when Homer quits his job at the power plant, he proceeds to literally do whatever he wants to Mr. Burns. Upon leaving, he remarks: "That's for employing me for eight years!"
** During "Simpsons Tall Tales", Homer, as Paul Bunyan, says "This one's for that crippled little boy… that I crippled."

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** PlayedForLaughs in "Maggie "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS6E13AndMaggieMakesThree And Maggie Makes Three"; Three]]"; when Homer quits his job at the power plant, he proceeds to literally do whatever he wants to Mr. Burns. Upon leaving, he remarks: "That's for employing me for eight years!"
** During "Simpsons "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS12E21SimpsonsTallTales Simpsons Tall Tales", Tales]]", Homer, as Paul Bunyan, says "This one's for that crippled little boy… that I crippled."
28th Jan '17 10:22:04 AM jccw227
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* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Hercules}}'', when the parents go missing, Hercules goes off to try and save them, whereas [[{{Jerkass}} Adonis]], on the other hand, takes this as a chance to try and take control. When Herc brings everyone back, [[BoltOfDivineRetribution Zeus hits Adonis with a lighting bolt]] and shouts, "And thats's for getting too big for your own britches!"
27th Jan '17 5:39:28 AM TudorRose
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** There is a particularly poignant example The Oaken Throne]]'', when Warden Mugwort calls out the names of his dead children as he fights the bat army.

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** There is a particularly poignant example The in ''The Oaken Throne]]'', Throne'', when Warden Mugwort calls out the names of his dead children as he fights the bat army.
27th Jan '17 5:38:55 AM TudorRose
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* In Creator/RobinJarvis' ''[[Literature/DeptfordMice]]'':

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* In Creator/RobinJarvis' ''[[Literature/DeptfordMice]]'':''Literature/DeptfordMice'' books:
27th Jan '17 5:38:15 AM TudorRose
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* There is a poignant example in Creator/RobinJarvis' ''[[Literature/DeptfordMice The Oaken Throne]]'', when Warden Mugwort calls out the names of his dead children as he fights the bat army.

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* There is a poignant example in In Creator/RobinJarvis' ''[[Literature/DeptfordMice ''[[Literature/DeptfordMice]]'':
** In ''The Dark Portal'', Audrey cries "This is for my father!" right before she flings her mousebrass at [[BigBad Jupiter]].
** There is a particularly poignant example
The Oaken Throne]]'', when Warden Mugwort calls out the names of his dead children as he fights the bat army.
27th Jan '17 5:34:52 AM TudorRose
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* In Creator/RobinJarvis' ''Literature/DeptfordMice The Oaken Throne'', Warden Mugwort calls out the names of his dead children as he fights the bat army.

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* In There is a poignant example in Creator/RobinJarvis' ''Literature/DeptfordMice ''[[Literature/DeptfordMice The Oaken Throne'', Throne]]'', when Warden Mugwort calls out the names of his dead children as he fights the bat army.
27th Jan '17 5:33:11 AM TudorRose
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* In Creator/RobinJarvis' ''Literature/DeptfordMice The Oaken Throne'', Warden Mugwort calls out the names of his dead children as he fights the bat army.
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