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18th Mar '17 12:38:24 PM Lemia
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* In ''Literature/AndThenThereWereNone'', Philip Lombard is the only guest who freely admits that he's guilty of the murder [[PoeticSerialKiller U. N. Owen]] accused him of without trying to hide it and in the 2015 BBC miniseries adaptation, he points out that "either I'm embellishing a story for shocking effect, or I'm the only one telling the truth in a room full of liars!"
4th Mar '17 9:45:48 AM nombretomado
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* In ''MarioParty 3'', Baby Bowser (along with Toad) is in charge of handing out items to players who land on his space. He asks you a personal question about your habits (like "Do you keep your room clean?"), and he rewards someone who admits to being rather undisciplined and childish ("You're honest, I like that.") If the player answers that he keeps his room clean, Baby Bowser will accuse the player of just saying whatever sounds good in order to get a prize, and the reward is more stingy than what he gives to someone who admits to letting his room get messy.

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* In ''MarioParty 3'', ''VideoGame/MarioParty3'', Baby Bowser (along with Toad) is in charge of handing out items to players who land on his space. He asks you a personal question about your habits (like "Do you keep your room clean?"), and he rewards someone who admits to being rather undisciplined and childish ("You're honest, I like that.") If the player answers that he keeps his room clean, Baby Bowser will accuse the player of just saying whatever sounds good in order to get a prize, and the reward is more stingy than what he gives to someone who admits to letting his room get messy.
11th Jan '17 11:58:01 AM Nintendoman01
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* ''Anime/CodeGeass'': This is the biggest difference between Lelouch and Suzaku. While they're both {{Well-Intentioned Extremist}}s and hypocrites, Lelouch is fully aware of his hypocrisy and never once tries to justify it, while Suzaku is the exact opposite.

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* ''Anime/CodeGeass'': This is the biggest difference between Lelouch and Suzaku. While they're both {{Well-Intentioned {{Well Intentioned Extremist}}s and hypocrites, Lelouch is fully aware of his hypocrisy and never once tries to justify it, while Suzaku is the exact opposite.opposite and constantly [[NeverMyFault deflects the blame for his actions onto someone else]].
8th Jan '17 5:00:50 PM WillKeaton
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** A later episode had Brian take perverse pleasure in pointing out he ''wasn't'' really honest about it. He blamed all his perverted issues on his mother's upbringing, which Brian outright labels cowardly. When Quagmire retorts that Brian himself is a hypocrite because he's an atheist defending his purist Christian mother's virtues, Brian nonchalantly admits to it (and that he'll greatly enjoy the thought of Quagmire pondering over it as he rots in a cell).

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** A later episode had Brian take perverse pleasure in pointing out he Quagmire ''wasn't'' really honest about it. He blamed all his perverted issues on his mother's upbringing, which Brian outright labels cowardly. When Quagmire retorts that Brian himself is a hypocrite because he's an atheist defending his purist Christian mother's virtues, Brian nonchalantly admits to it (and that he'll greatly enjoy the thought of Quagmire pondering over it as he rots in a cell).
8th Jan '17 4:58:36 PM WillKeaton
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** [[http://yafgc.net/comic/0045-blurring-aligns/ A dark elf captive sharing her expectations with a goblin]]:

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** [[http://yafgc.net/comic/0045-blurring-aligns/ A dark elf captive sharing her expectations with a goblin]]:goblin:]]



* ''{{Webcomic/Precocious}}'''s Dionne used this in her [[http://www.precociouscomic.com/archive/comic/2010/03/12 campaign for class president]].

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* ''{{Webcomic/Precocious}}'''s Dionne used this in her [[http://www.precociouscomic.com/archive/comic/2010/03/12 campaign for class president]].president.]]
8th Jan '17 4:58:05 PM WillKeaton
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* In MarioParty 3, Baby Bowser (along with Toad) is in charge of handing out items to players who land on his space. He asks you a personal question about your habits (like "Do you keep your room clean?"), and he rewards someone who admits to being rather undisciplined and childish ("You're honest, I like that.") If the player answers that he keeps his room clean, Baby Bowser will accuse the player of just saying whatever sounds good in order to get a prize, and the reward is more stingy than what he gives to someone who admits to letting his room get messy.

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* In MarioParty 3, ''MarioParty 3'', Baby Bowser (along with Toad) is in charge of handing out items to players who land on his space. He asks you a personal question about your habits (like "Do you keep your room clean?"), and he rewards someone who admits to being rather undisciplined and childish ("You're honest, I like that.") If the player answers that he keeps his room clean, Baby Bowser will accuse the player of just saying whatever sounds good in order to get a prize, and the reward is more stingy than what he gives to someone who admits to letting his room get messy.
8th Jan '17 4:53:55 PM WillKeaton
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* In Literature/{{Warbreaker}}, Lightsong hates the lazy, self-serving behavior of himself and the other Returned. He is portrayed sympathetically, the other Returned, not so much.

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* In Literature/{{Warbreaker}}, ''Literature/{{Warbreaker}}'', Lightsong hates the lazy, self-serving behavior of himself and the other Returned. He is portrayed sympathetically, the other Returned, not so much.
8th Jan '17 4:51:58 PM WillKeaton
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** the second is in ''ComicBook/{{Thunderbolts}}'' #149, during the ComicBook/{{Shadowland}} crossover:

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** the The second is in ''ComicBook/{{Thunderbolts}}'' #149, during the ComicBook/{{Shadowland}} crossover:
8th Jan '17 4:51:32 PM WillKeaton
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* Franchise/CaptainAmerica villain Crossbones has used this at least twice. The first time, while trying to deprogram Red Skull's daughter Synthia[[note]]i.e. turn her back into the AxCrazy DaddysLittleVillain she was before SHIELD gave her FakeMemories and brainwashed her into being a normal, healthy person[[/note]], he goes on a rant about how the "American Way" is just a lie used to control the masses.

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* Franchise/CaptainAmerica villain Crossbones has used this at least twice. The first time, while trying to deprogram Red Skull's daughter Synthia[[note]]i.Synthia,[[note]]i.e. turn her back into the AxCrazy DaddysLittleVillain she was before SHIELD gave her FakeMemories and brainwashed her into being a normal, healthy person[[/note]], person[[/note]] he goes on a rant about how the "American Way" is just a lie used to control the masses.
8th Jan '17 4:51:13 PM WillKeaton
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* MotherKeeper: Towards the end of the manga, Graham calls out the protagonist for all the times he ignored the consequences of being a terrorist, an assassin, and utterly naïve enough to work for the two without thinking he's the villain. [[RoaringRampageOfRevenge Big mistake]].

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* MotherKeeper: ''Manga/MotherKeeper'': Towards the end of the manga, Graham calls out the protagonist for all the times he ignored the consequences of being a terrorist, an assassin, and utterly naïve enough to work for the two without thinking he's the villain. [[RoaringRampageOfRevenge Big mistake]].
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