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18th May '16 9:34:18 AM Hanz
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* ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'' has the skeleton brothers: Sans, short, [[strike:stocky]] ''big boned'' and [[BrilliantButLazy clever yet lazy]], and Papyrus, tall, lean and an [[{{Keet}} energetic]] [[TheDitz ditz]].

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* ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'' has the skeleton brothers: Sans, short, [[strike:stocky]] ''big boned'' and [[BrilliantButLazy clever yet lazy]], and Papyrus, tall, lean and an [[{{Keet}} energetic]] [[TheDitz ditz]]."
* ''Videogame/{{Overwatch}}'' has [[MadBomber Junkrat]] and [[FatBastard Roadhog]], two Australian outlaws who wreak havoc wherever they go. While Junkrat is fairly tall at 6'5'', Roadhog is 7'2'' and 550 lbs.
20th Apr '16 5:29:31 AM IndirectActiveTransport
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* Wrestling/Donovan Dijak and Wrestling/JayLethal were a classic example during the House Of Truth's second Wrestling/RingOfHonor incarnation. It was somewhat subverted with Dijak's former partner Joey Daddiego, who was also much shorter than Dijak but a real power house wrestler while Dijak was towering but was like a super junior scaled up.

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* Wrestling/Donovan Donovan Dijak and Wrestling/JayLethal were a classic example during the House Of Truth's second Wrestling/RingOfHonor incarnation. It was somewhat subverted with Dijak's former partner Joey Daddiego, who was also much shorter than Dijak but a real power house wrestler while Dijak was towering but was like a super junior scaled up.
20th Apr '16 5:29:10 AM IndirectActiveTransport
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* This trope is used frequently with {{Tag Team}}s. Examples include Wrestling/{{Rikishi}} and Scotty 2 Hotty, Wrestling/ChrisJericho and Wrestling/TheBigShow, the British Bulldogs ([[Wrestling/DynamiteKid the Dynamite Kid]] and Wrestling/DaveyBoySmith; in Stampede, Dynamite teamed with [[Wrestling/GiantHaystacks Loch Ness]]), [[Wrestling/TheDudleyBoys Spike Dudley]] and Wrestling/BallsMahoney, and [[Wrestling/SidEudy Lord Humongous (Sid Vicious)]] and Wrestling/ShaneDouglas.

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* This trope is used frequently with {{Tag Team}}s. Examples include Giant Baba and The Destroyer, Wrestling/{{Rikishi}} and Scotty 2 Hotty, Wrestling/ChrisJericho and Wrestling/TheBigShow, the British Bulldogs ([[Wrestling/DynamiteKid the Dynamite Kid]] and Wrestling/DaveyBoySmith; in Stampede, Dynamite teamed with [[Wrestling/GiantHaystacks Loch Ness]]), [[Wrestling/TheDudleyBoys Spike Dudley]] and Wrestling/BallsMahoney, and [[Wrestling/SidEudy Lord Humongous (Sid Vicious)]] and Wrestling/ShaneDouglas.Wrestling/ShaneDouglas.
* ''{{Wrestling/GLOW}}'' had a female set with Face wrestlers Mt. Fiji and Little Fiji, the former portrayed as a CoolBigSis to the latter, plotwise.



* ''{{Wrestling/GLOW}}'' had a female set with Face wrestlers Mt. Fiji and Little Fiji, the former portrayed as a CoolBigSis to the latter, plotwise.

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* ''{{Wrestling/GLOW}}'' had Wrestling/Donovan Dijak and Wrestling/JayLethal were a female set classic example during the House Of Truth's second Wrestling/RingOfHonor incarnation. It was somewhat subverted with Face wrestlers Mt. Fiji and Little Fiji, the Dijak's former portrayed as partner Joey Daddiego, who was also much shorter than Dijak but a CoolBigSis to the latter, plotwise. real power house wrestler while Dijak was towering but was like a super junior scaled up.
6th Apr '16 7:38:41 AM DaveE
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* Messrs. Shlubb and Klump from ''ComicBook/SinCity''.

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* Messrs. Shlubb and Klump from ''ComicBook/SinCity''. Both have DelusionsOfEloquence (and used to be the trope namer), but little guy Klump suggests the more sensible ideas (read: ''not'' taking the getaway car for a joyride, or ''not'' pulling boots of a corpse they've been paid to disappear).
23rd Feb '16 4:43:50 AM ConnorJohn
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* OnlyFoolsAndHorses has [[LovableRogue Del Boy]], who is at least a head shorter than his younger half-brother [[OnlySaneMan Rodney]]. In a making of book, series creator John Sullivan states that he is grateful for this trope otherwise Del's constant put-downs towards Rodney would have seemed much more like bullying.
22nd Feb '16 7:53:50 PM LadyJaneGrey
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* In ''VideoGame/BanjoKazooie'', there's, well, Banjo and Kazooie, a big bear and a smaller bird who work as partners.
17th Feb '16 1:34:16 AM paul723
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* Rocko and Heffer from ''WesternAnimation/RockosModernLife''.
16th Feb '16 10:34:01 AM kraas
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** A similar pairing showed up in "Film/MadMaxFuryRoad" in the form of Immortan Joe's two sons; Rictus Erectus who was huge but implied to not be very bright and Corpus Colossus who is a genius but also has dwarfism.

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** A similar pairing showed up in "Film/MadMaxFuryRoad" in the form of Immortan Joe's two sons; Rictus Erectus Erectus, who was huge but implied to not be very bright bright, and Corpus Colossus Colossus, who is a genius but also has dwarfism.[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Osteogenesis_imperfecta osteogenesis imperfecta]] (brittle bone disease) and can't walk or fight.
12th Feb '16 8:16:33 AM Lexion
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* № 4 from ''Webcomic/{{Hellp}}'' is dramatically shorter and skinnier than his best friend № 1 who usually steps up when things get dirty. Subverted when we find out that № 1 is actually the leader. It remains to be seen which one of them is smarter, but № 4 has a head start due to being TheQuietOne.
8th Feb '16 5:22:48 PM wrenly
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** A similar pairing showed up in "Film/MadMaxFuryRoad" in the form of Immortan Joe's two sons; Rictus Erectus who was huge but implied to not be very bright and Corpus Colossus who is a genius but also has dwarfism.
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