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5th Mar '17 3:03:09 PM kquinn0830
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* In ''Film/SkyHigh2005'', Will Stronghold trashed the school cafeteria, got into a fight, and used his powers when he wasn't supposed to. His dad punishes him by telling him no Xbox for a week. Will protests that he doesn't have one...at which point his dad reveals he's so proud of him for having powers that he bought him one.

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* In ''Film/SkyHigh2005'', Will Stronghold got into a fight, accidentally trashed the school cafeteria, got into a fight, cafeteria and used his super-strength powers when he wasn't supposed to. When he gets home, his dad takes him into his lair to seemingly yell at him... only to hug him instead because he's so happy Will's powers have finally developed. His dad punishes tells him to just tell his mom that he chewed him out and punished him by telling him no Xbox for a week. Will protests points that he doesn't have one...at which point his dad reveals he's so proud of him for having inheriting his super-strength powers that he bought him one.
23rd Feb '17 1:08:19 AM CaptainTedium
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/BuzzLightyearOfStarCommand'' episode "Root of Evil", a flashback to Booster's childhood shows him playing Space Rangers with his friend Buster in the irrigation tunnels. Booster's dad catches them and says "What did I tell you about playing Space Rangers in the irrigation tunnels...without me?"
12th Feb '17 2:27:59 PM DarkHunter
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** [[Literature/HarryPotterAndTheOrderOfThePhoenix "Have a biscuit, Potter."]]

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** [[Literature/HarryPotterAndTheOrderOfThePhoenix "Have In ''[[Literature/HarryPotterAndTheOrderOfThePhoenix Order of the Phoenix]]'', Harry has a biscuit, Potter."]]loud argument with Umbridge over the circumstances of [[spoiler:Cedric Diggory's death]] and calls her a liar to her face, which naturally results in him getting punished. When [=McGonagall=] hears of this, she looks like she's about to chew him out for being rude to a teacher... only to offer him a biscuit and give him some advice over dealing with crooked authorities like Umbridge.
5th Feb '17 3:22:08 AM VicGeorge2011
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* In ''ComicBook/TheSmurfs'' comic book story "The Smurf Menace", Papa Smurf chews out Hefty for picking a fight with the Grey Smurfs after specifically telling his little Smurfs not to use violence against them in any of their dealings. Afterward, though, Papa Smurf smiles, as Hefty's willingness to go against Papa Smurf's orders for the sake of sticking up for his fellow Smurfs has produced the result of the Smurfs being united together again.

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* In ''ComicBook/TheSmurfs'' comic book story "The Smurf Menace", Papa Smurf chews out Hefty for picking a fight with the Grey Smurfs after specifically telling his little Smurfs not to use violence against them in any of their dealings. Afterward, though, Papa Smurf smiles, as [[ScrewTheRulesImDoingWhatsRight Hefty's willingness to go against Papa Smurf's orders for the sake of sticking up for his fellow Smurfs Smurfs]] has produced the result of the Smurfs being united together again.
24th Jan '17 11:18:33 AM VicGeorge2011
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* In ''ComicBook/TheSmurfs'' comic book story "The Smurf Menace", Papa Smurf chews out Hefty for picking a fight with the Grey Smurfs after specifically telling his little Smurfs not to use violence against them in any of their dealings. Afterward, though, Papa Smurf smiles, as Hefty's willingness to go against Papa Smurf's orders for the sake of sticking up for his fellow Smurfs has produced the result of the Smurfs being united together again.
11th Jan '17 6:10:03 PM nombretomado
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* In the ''LordPeterWimsey'' short story "Talboys", Peter's eldest son catches a snake and Peter is expected to tell him off, but as soon as the two are alone, he not only tells his son that he thinks it's actually pretty cool, but conspires with him to use it to prank an unpleasant guest.

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* In the ''LordPeterWimsey'' ''Literature/LordPeterWimsey'' short story "Talboys", Peter's eldest son catches a snake and Peter is expected to tell him off, but as soon as the two are alone, he not only tells his son that he thinks it's actually pretty cool, but conspires with him to use it to prank an unpleasant guest.
25th Dec '16 10:19:25 PM ShiroAkuma
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* At the end of ''Literature/AChristmasCarol'', Bob Cratchett is 18 minutes late into work on Boxing Day. Scrooge, whose reformation appears to have given him a fondness for practical jokes, pretends to be absolutely outraged by this, before announcing that he's raising Bob's salary. Bob's immediate reaction is to think his employer has gone mad and wonder if he should summon someone with a straitjacket.

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* At the end of ''Literature/AChristmasCarol'', Bob Cratchett Cratchit is 18 minutes late into work on Boxing Day. Scrooge, whose reformation appears to have given him a fondness for practical jokes, pretends to be absolutely outraged by this, before announcing that he's raising Bob's salary. Bob's immediate reaction is to think his employer has gone mad and wonder if he should summon someone with a straitjacket.
8th Dec '16 4:19:10 AM SteveMB
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-->'''Oliver'''(thinking): He, of course, knows that beets make me throw up.

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-->'''Oliver'''(thinking): He, of course, [[{{Unishment}} knows that beets make me throw up.up]].
8th Dec '16 4:17:44 AM SteveMB
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Compare ArsonMurderAndLifesaving, NotSoAboveItAll, and MilhollandRelationshipMoment. May include DoWrongRight if afterward the parent/authority gives the protagonist tips on how to not get caught next time. Contrast HaHaHaNo.

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Compare ArsonMurderAndLifesaving, NotSoAboveItAll, and MilhollandRelationshipMoment. May include DoWrongRight if afterward the parent/authority gives the protagonist tips on how to not get caught next time. May include IllPretendIDidntHearThat if the authority is letting the protagonist off with a warning not to do it again. Contrast HaHaHaNo.
30th Nov '16 7:19:30 AM Morgenthaler
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* In a scene cut from ''LoveActually'' (but included in the DVD extras), Karen (Emma Thompson) is called to her son's school because his teacher is upset by a theme paper he wrote, in which he described how the world would be different if people's farts were visible. Karen listens attentively to the teacher and principal, and then quietly takes her son into the hallway to talk to him;

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* In a scene cut from ''LoveActually'' ''Film/LoveActually'' (but included in the DVD extras), Karen (Emma Thompson) is called to her son's school because his teacher is upset by a theme paper he wrote, in which he described how the world would be different if people's farts were visible. Karen listens attentively to the teacher and principal, and then quietly takes her son into the hallway to talk to him;
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