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17th Jan '17 7:52:29 AM Nazetrime
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* Lalli from ''WebComic/StandStillStaySilent'' has NoSocialSkills, which means that asking for his input in a conversation will result in this. For instance, if about to go on a dangerous exploration mission and asked what the overprotective older cousin he left back home must be doing, he'll answer "crying" without a second thought. This also means that when he does say something nice, he means it.
5th Jan '17 5:18:46 AM Randallw201238
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** Also, [[NeverMessWithGranny Toph]] doesn't sugarcoat it when she tells Korra that her lingering problems are keeping her from fighting good.

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** Also, [[NeverMessWithGranny Toph]] doesn't sugarcoat it when she tells Korra that her lingering problems are keeping her from fighting good.well.
4th Jan '17 7:12:45 AM upupandaway42
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* In the ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD'' episode [[Recap/AgentsOfSHIELDS2E6FracturedHouse "Fractured House"]], when Hunter begins talking (well, venting) to May about his ex-wife [[Comicbook/{{Mockingbird}} Bobbi]], May shuts him up by reminding him that she ''doesn't like him'' and doesn't care what he has to say. Later in the same episode, Mack bluntly tells Simmons that her prescence is making Fitz's (who's suffering due to brain damage) worse.
30th Dec '16 2:24:47 PM gb00393
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** Stannis freely admits the he and Robert never loved each other when Matthos is dictating a letter for him.

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** During his EstablishingCharacterMoment, Stannis freely admits the he and Robert never loved each other when Matthos is dictating a letter for him.


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** During the same EstablishingCharacterMoment, Stannis insists that Jaime be called both "the Kingslayer" and "Ser" because he's still a knight. Later, when warned that hundreds will die storming the beaches around King's Landing, Stannis corrects that ''thousands'' will.
--> '''Stannis:''' Make it "Ser Jaime Lannister", whatever else he is, the man's still a knight.


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** Benjen tells Jon in no uncertain terms that he is no better than anyone else at the Wall; they are all brothers.
** This trait is why Stannis values Davos above all his other vassals.
** Tywin is never one to spare someone's feelings in his analysis of their deficiencies. Perhaps his most noteworthy example is when he explains what a terrible king Joffrey was... in front of his mother... right next to Joffrey's corpse.
** Ygritte admits that the best Qhorin could hope for if he was captured by wildlings would be a quick death.
** Olenna, the "Queen of Thorns," generally doesn't care about being polite; she's ''very'' forthright with her opinions.
** Dolorous Edd admits he abandoned Sam in "Valar Morghulis" because Sam was fat and slow.
** Rickard Karstark to Robb in "Dark Wings, Dark Words":
--> '''Rickard:''' "I can believe until it snows in Dorne; it don't change the fact we've got half the men. [...] I think you lost this war the day you married her."
** This is one of Bronn's most endearing qualities, such as his blunt demand for a raise after his latest promotion: "I'm a knight now; knights cost double."
** Mance Rayder claims he managed to unite the wildlings because he told them the truth: that they will ''all'' die if they don't get south.
** Ellaria Sand chastises any attempt by others to avoid mentioning she is a bastard.
** Lord Yohn Royce doesn't mince words about Robin Arryn's skill at arms in "The Wars to Come".
** In "Hardhome", Jon bluntly admits to shooting Mance Rayder, which understandably enrages the wildlings until Tormund explains it was a MercyKill.
25th Dec '16 11:29:39 PM LBHills
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->''"The truth is like sunlight. People used to think it was good for you."''
-->-- '''Nancy Gribble''', ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill''

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->''"The truth is like sunlight. People used to think it was good -> ''"Most truths are so naked that people feel sorry for you.them and cover them up, at least a little bit."''
-->-- '''Nancy Gribble''', ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill''
Edward R. Murrow
24th Dec '16 9:20:34 AM schoi30
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** In the "Canterlot Wedding" two-parter, [[spoiler:when Twilight, at her big brother's wedding, in front of her mentor and friends and said brother, calls the bride evil. However, because she provided no real evidence to support her assertions and due to her behaving like a ClingyJealousGirl for almost the entirety of the episode up to this point, everypony else is shown to be remarkably angry at her for this. Twilight turns out to be right about this, and if she held back, no-one would have found out until it was too late, although this had more to do with the evil "bride" whisking her away to where the real bride is imprisoned, and thus triggering the events of the second part of the two-parter, rather than anypony actually ''believing'' her.]] Also, the "evil" bride gloats about their blunder in focusing more on the wedding rather than their friend.

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** In the "Canterlot Wedding" two-parter, [[spoiler:when Twilight, at her big brother's wedding, in front of her mentor and friends and said brother, calls the bride evil. However, because she provided no real evidence to support her assertions and due to her behaving like a ClingyJealousGirl for almost the entirety of the episode up to this point, everypony else is shown to be remarkably angry at upset and disappointed in her for this.this and they leave her alone to reflect on her actions. Twilight turns out to be right about this, and if she held back, no-one would have found out until it was too late, although this had more to do with the evil "bride" whisking her away to where the real bride is imprisoned, and thus triggering the events of the second part of the two-parter, rather than anypony actually ''believing'' her.]] Also, the "evil" bride gloats about their blunder in focusing more on the wedding rather than their friend.friend as well, causing everyone else to have a JerkassRealization and apologize to Twilight.]]
14th Dec '16 6:04:00 PM rjd1922
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* All of the guys in ''VideoGame/{{Persona4}}'' are guilty of this to varying degrees when it comes to the girls' cooking, but Teddie flat out says, "Wow, this tastes awful!" when taste testing a dish. You have the choice of doing this to Yukiko on her social link, but she responds better to encouragement.

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* All of the guys in ''VideoGame/{{Persona4}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}'' are guilty of this to varying degrees when it comes to the girls' cooking, but Teddie flat out says, "Wow, this tastes awful!" when taste testing a dish. You have the choice of doing this to Yukiko on her social link, but she responds better to encouragement.
11th Dec '16 8:04:41 AM Tron80
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* In ''Superman'' Volume 1 #376, Franchise/{{Superman}} and Comicbook/{{Supergirl}} celebrate a Kryptonian holyday called the Day of Truth in where Kryptonians honor the memory of an hero by speaking nothing but the truth, not matter the cost. The thing is, both cousins may be incredibly, astonishingly, rudely ''blunt''. Superman judges a baby contest and a mother asks what he thinks of her little darlings? He tells: "Frankly, this is the worst collection of misbehaved brats I've ever seen! And you tried to flatter me, dressing your babies like me, hoping I'd pick them as winners!" When Lois censures his bluntness he retorts he is not a hypocrite. Supergirl's fan club gives Kara a lunch and the girls ask how she liked the food? She tells: "Er... You meant well, kids But frankly, the salad tasted like moldy hay, and the chicken wasn't fried... It was burned!" When the poor girls cry, Supergirl protests: "But, girls... You asked for the truth... and you got it!"

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* In ''Superman'' Volume 1 #376, #176, Franchise/{{Superman}} and Comicbook/{{Supergirl}} celebrate a Kryptonian holyday called the Day of Truth in where Kryptonians honor the memory of an hero by speaking nothing but the truth, not matter the cost. The thing is, both cousins may be incredibly, astonishingly, rudely ''blunt''. Superman judges a baby contest and a mother asks what he thinks of her little darlings? He tells: "Frankly, this is the worst collection of misbehaved brats I've ever seen! And you tried to flatter me, dressing your babies like me, hoping I'd pick them as winners!" When Lois censures his bluntness he retorts he is not a hypocrite. Supergirl's fan club gives Kara a lunch and the girls ask how she liked the food? She tells: "Er... You meant well, kids But frankly, the salad tasted like moldy hay, and the chicken wasn't fried... It was burned!" When the poor girls cry, Supergirl protests: "But, girls... You asked for the truth... and you got it!"
11th Dec '16 7:56:57 AM Tron80
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* In ''Superman'' Volume 1 #376, Franchise/{{Superman}} and Comicbook/{{Supergirl}} celebrate a Kryptonian holyday called the Day of Truth in where Kryptonians honor the memory of an hero by speaking nothing but the truth, not matter the cost. The thing is, both cousins may be incredibly, astonishingly, rudely ''blunt''. Superman judges a baby contest and a mother asks what he thinks of her little darlings? He tells: "Frankly, this is the worst collection of misbehaved brats I've ever seen! And you tried to flatter me, dressing your babies like me, hoping I'd pick them as winners!" When Lois censures his bluntness he retorts he is not a hypocrite. Supergirl's fan club gives Kara a lunch and the girls ask how she liked the food? She tells: "Er... You meant well, kids But frankly, the salad tasted like moldy hay, and the chicken wasn't fried... It was burned!" When the poor girls cry, Supergirl protests: "But, girls... You asked for the truth... and you got it!"
5th Nov '16 9:25:04 PM AnonFangeekGirl
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** Mary frequently tells Colin that people dislike him because he is hateful to be around (not realizing that she could also be talking about herself).

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** Mary frequently tells breaks Colin out of being a hypochondriac SpoiledBrat by bluntly telling him that people dislike him because he is hateful he's a horrible person to be around (not realizing and that she could also be talking about herself).there's absolutely ''nothing'' wrong with his back (he thinks that he's a hunchback).
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