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30th Jun '16 2:20:09 PM WillKeaton
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* In ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/10518505/1/The-Boy-Who-Fell-from-the-Sky The Boy Who Fell from the Sky]]'', a ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' and ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'' crossover in a way for them to get to know each other better Naruto and Korra meditate while telling each other what their worst fears and regrets in life are.

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* In ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/10518505/1/The-Boy-Who-Fell-from-the-Sky The Boy Who Fell from the Sky]]'', Sky,]]'' a ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' and ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'' crossover in a way for them to get to know each other better Naruto and Korra meditate while telling each other what their worst fears and regrets in life are.
30th Jun '16 2:19:39 PM WillKeaton
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* In ''Manga/{{Bakuman}}'', Takahama goes before the editor in chief of Shonen Jump to ask to get a new editor because he believes that his editor, Miura, won't let him draw what he wants. The editor responds that saying that is the same as admitting his own lack of talent, and that no artists, whether veterans or rookies, can change editors. He suggests that Takahama go elsewhere if he's dissatisfied, but Takahama, chastened, withdraws his request and apologizes. Mashiro and Takagi note that what the editor said was harsh, but he had a point and they should stop blaming Miura.

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* In ''Manga/{{Bakuman}}'', Takahama ''Manga/{{Bakuman}}''Takahama goes before the editor in chief of Shonen Jump to ask to get a new editor because he believes that his editor, Miura, won't let him draw what he wants. The editor responds that saying that is the same as admitting his own lack of talent, and that no artists, whether veterans or rookies, can change editors. He suggests that Takahama go elsewhere if he's dissatisfied, but Takahama, chastened, withdraws his request and apologizes. Mashiro and Takagi note that what the editor said was harsh, but he had a point and they should stop blaming Miura.
28th Jun '16 10:26:20 AM ChronoLegion
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* Several Citi Double Card commercials show first dates with both sides being brutally honest and cheerful about it (he says he will send a vague and confusing text a few days after the date, and she replies that she'll wait a few more days before replying; both agree that they'll never see each other again). The commercial implies that a more honest world would be a better place.
7th Jun '16 1:55:12 PM ultimomant
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* ''Manga/BlueExorcist'' has Rin. NoSocialSkills and a child-like demenor towards most relationships (due to having not HAD any real friendships before high school) results in him being honest about things that most wouldn't be. Like admitting he's a half-demon to someone terrified of demons...

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* ''Manga/BlueExorcist'' has Rin. NoSocialSkills and a child-like demenor demeanor towards most relationships (due to having not HAD any real friendships before high school) results in him being honest about things that most wouldn't be. Like admitting he's a half-demon to someone terrified of demons...demons...
* In ''Manga/FateKaleidLinerPrismaIllya'', Miya straight up tells Illya and her friends that she only likes Illya and doesn't care about them at all.
7th Jun '16 5:16:08 AM Tron80
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* ''Fanfic/NeonGenesisEvangelionGenocide'': Asuka says Keiko that she isn't qualified to pilot an Eva and she should quit because she'll get herself or her teammates killed otherwise. Asuka was harsh but she was completely right.
24th May '16 9:02:45 AM LongTallShorty64
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* This is what gets David Smith in trouble in ''Film/{{Mr and Mrs Smith|1941}}''.
21st May '16 6:49:43 PM ReaderAt2046
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* Taken UpToEleven in FanFic/RainbowDoubleDashsLunaverse by ''truth is a scourge'', which not only compels its subjects to speak only truth and to keep babbling, but seems to cause the subject to speak those specific truths that will must upset, enrage, or discomfort the listener. There's a very good reason it's called "truth poison".
21st May '16 2:50:41 PM LentilSandEater
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-->'''Hawke''': ''(Handing in a fetch quest)'' "Your garbage, serah."
27th Apr '16 12:46:05 AM ZombieAladdin
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* At the end of ''WesternAnimation/SnoopyComeHome'', Snoopy, in what is presumably a bad mood (he keeps a neutral expression through the whole scene), types up a letter to each of the major characters, then hands the letters to them directly, stating what they owe Snoopy. Needless to say, this frustrates everyone as they had just celebrated his return--everyone except for Charlie Brown, who is both accustomed to Snoopy's antics and is the one person whom Snoopy considers to not owe anything (which puts Lucy, who chooses to stick around rather than walk away in anger, in an even worse mood). Snoopy expresses a milder case of brutal honesty in the movie too: He cheerfully dances to express his happiness at a "No Pets Allowed" sign at the hospital where Lila, Snoopy's former owner, has been, even though she had been waiting for years to see him again, because that sign means Snoopy can return to Charlie Brown, which is what he actually wanted to do.

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* At the end of ''WesternAnimation/SnoopyComeHome'', Snoopy, in what is presumably a bad mood (he keeps a neutral expression through the whole scene), types up a letter to each of the major characters, then hands the letters to them directly, stating what they owe Snoopy. Needless to say, this frustrates everyone as they had just celebrated his return--everyone except for Charlie Brown, who is both accustomed to Snoopy's antics and is the one person whom Snoopy considers to not owe anything (which puts Lucy, who chooses to stick around rather than walk away in anger, in an even worse mood). Snoopy expresses a milder case of brutal honesty in the movie too: He cheerfully dances to express his happiness at a "No Pets Allowed" sign at the hospital where Lila, Snoopy's former owner, has been, and ''in Lila's face'' even though she had been waiting for years to see him again, because that sign means Snoopy can return to Charlie Brown, which is what he actually wanted to do.
27th Apr '16 12:45:02 AM ZombieAladdin
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* At the end of ''WesternAnimation/SnoopyComeHome'', Snoopy, in what is presumably a bad mood (he keeps a neutral expression through the whole scene), types up a letter to each of the major characters, then hands the letters to them directly, stating what they owe Snoopy. Needless to say, this frustrates everyone as they had just celebrated his return--everyone except for Charlie Brown, who is both accustomed to Snoopy's antics and is the one person whom Snoopy considers to not owe anything (which puts Lucy, who chooses to stick around rather than walk away in anger, in an even worse mood). Snoopy expresses a milder case of brutal honesty in the movie too: He cheerfully dances to express his happiness at a "No Pets Allowed" sign at the hospital where Lila, Snoopy's former owner, has been, even though she had been waiting for years to see him again, because that sign means Snoopy can return to Charlie Brown, which is what he actually wanted to do.
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