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24th Apr '17 9:33:58 PM mouschilight
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** In some of the anime filler, Sakura gets upset when a girl tries to gain Naruto's affections. Doesn't go beyond ShipTease, as Sakura is a deconstruction of AllGirlsWantBadBoys towards Sasuke [[spoiler: and she ultimately comes to support Hinata's bid to Naruto's affection.]]

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** In some of the anime filler, {{filler}}, Sakura gets upset when a girl tries to gain Naruto's affections. Doesn't go In {{canon}}, though, it never goes beyond ShipTease, as Sakura is a deconstruction of AllGirlsWantBadBoys towards Sasuke [[SingleTargetSexuality Sasuke]] [[spoiler: and [[ShipperOnDeck she ultimately comes to support actually supports Hinata's bid love for Naruto]], even being a CoolBigSis to Naruto's affection.both of them and genuinely trying to bring them together in ''Anime/TheLastNarutoTheMovie''.]]
24th Apr '17 5:41:05 AM fobarimperius
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If she's a {{Yandere}}, she'll snap and try to MurderTheHypotenuse at least once. Especially IfICantHaveYou. If she's a {{Tsundere}} instead, her violence towards the male lead will be a RunningGag. If she has a SugarAndIcePersonality, she'll be more prone to snide comments and verbal violence than open clinginess. Depending on how [[AllTakeAndNoGive possessive]] she is, their "boyfriend's" [[FriendVersusLover friends will also be targeted.]] Put them in a horror movie, and you've possibly got a NighInvulernable antagonist hellbent on having one of the characters all to themselves for whatever reason they desire.

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If she's a {{Yandere}}, she'll snap and try to MurderTheHypotenuse at least once. Especially IfICantHaveYou. If she's a {{Tsundere}} instead, her violence towards the male lead will be a RunningGag. If she has a SugarAndIcePersonality, she'll be more prone to snide comments and verbal violence than open clinginess. Depending on how [[AllTakeAndNoGive possessive]] she is, their "boyfriend's" [[FriendVersusLover friends will also be targeted.]] Put them in a horror movie, and you've possibly got a NighInvulernable NighInvulnerable antagonist hellbent on having one of the characters all to themselves for whatever reason they desire.
24th Apr '17 5:40:40 AM fobarimperius
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If she's a {{Yandere}}, she'll snap and try to MurderTheHypotenuse at least once. Especially IfICantHaveYou. If she's a {{Tsundere}} instead, her violence towards the male lead will be a RunningGag. If she has a SugarAndIcePersonality, she'll be more prone to snide comments and verbal violence than open clinginess. Depending on how [[AllTakeAndNoGive possessive]] she is, their "boyfriend's" [[FriendVersusLover friends will also be targeted.]]

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If she's a {{Yandere}}, she'll snap and try to MurderTheHypotenuse at least once. Especially IfICantHaveYou. If she's a {{Tsundere}} instead, her violence towards the male lead will be a RunningGag. If she has a SugarAndIcePersonality, she'll be more prone to snide comments and verbal violence than open clinginess. Depending on how [[AllTakeAndNoGive possessive]] she is, their "boyfriend's" [[FriendVersusLover friends will also be targeted.]]
]] Put them in a horror movie, and you've possibly got a NighInvulernable antagonist hellbent on having one of the characters all to themselves for whatever reason they desire.
23rd Apr '17 3:08:02 PM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* ''{{VideoGame/Persona 2}}'' has [[TokenMinority Lisa Silverman]], in a case where the protagonist (named Tatsuya) actually ''isn't'' dating her (although at one point late in the game, he's asked which of his four party members he loves the most, and Lisa is an option). Due to her low self-esteem, she actively pursues him, as he's considered the [[AllGirlsWantBadBoys popular bad boy]] of their school.
* Chihiro Fushimi in ''VideoGame/{{Persona 3}}'' is a rather minor version of this -- certainly clingier than the other girls, but not nearly as extreme as many others on this page. (Don't tell the fans that, though.) If you also opt to become romantically involved with [[TheResenter Yukari]], she will also become this. In Persona 3 Portable, ''[[RobotGirl Aigis]]'' becomes this for [[LesYay the Female Protagonist]].
* ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}'' has Ai Ebihara. Often while you're on a date with her, the two of you run into another of your female "friends". You then get to witness a grudge match where Ai chases off the other girl and then reprimands you for daring to speak to another girl while out with her. Unless the other girl is [[YamatoNadeshiko Yukiko]]; she actually manages to scare off ''Ai'' and then confronts you to find out just what you think you were doing with her. Fortunately, the MC is pimp enough to be able to easily defuse these situations without risk of a reversed S-Link. Yukiko apparently manages to cling more than Ai; if the above event happens, the MC will go out on a date with Yukiko instead and gain relationship points with her!
** Taken UpToEleven and PlayedForLaughs in [[Anime/Persona4TheAnimation the anime series]], where at some point Ai confronts Chie over [[spoiler: Kou Ichijou]]. She then slaps Chie across the face, and the deal ends up in a CatFight [[CrowningMomentOfFunny where they childishly pull on each other's cheeks.]]
** Rise Kujikawa as well, though she's sweeter about it than Ai is, given that she'll accept a rejection without a complaint. Still doesn't stop her from reacting poorly to girls other than her friends being around the protagonist (sizing up Marie when they first meet, demanding to know how the protagonist knows Margaret, ect).

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* ''[[Franchise/ShinMegamiTenseiPersona Persona]]'':
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''{{VideoGame/Persona 2}}'' has [[TokenMinority Lisa Silverman]], in a case where the protagonist (named Tatsuya) actually ''isn't'' dating her (although at one point late in the game, he's asked which of his four party members he loves the most, and Lisa is an option). Due to her low self-esteem, she actively pursues him, as he's considered the [[AllGirlsWantBadBoys popular bad boy]] of their school.
* ** Chihiro Fushimi in ''VideoGame/{{Persona 3}}'' is a rather minor version of this -- certainly clingier than the other girls, but not nearly as extreme as many others on this page. (Don't tell the fans that, though.) If you also opt to become romantically involved with [[TheResenter Yukari]], she will also become this. In Persona ''Persona 3 Portable, Portable'', ''[[RobotGirl Aigis]]'' becomes this for [[LesYay the Female Protagonist]].
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Ai Ebihara. Often while you're on a date with her, the two of you run into another of your female "friends". You then get to witness a grudge match where Ai chases off the other girl and then reprimands you for daring to speak to another girl while out with her. Unless the other girl is [[YamatoNadeshiko Yukiko]]; she actually manages to scare off ''Ai'' and then confronts you to find out just what you think you were doing with her. Fortunately, the MC is pimp enough to be able to easily defuse these situations without risk of a reversed S-Link. Yukiko apparently manages to cling more than Ai; if the above event happens, the MC will go out on a date with Yukiko instead and gain relationship points with her!
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*** Rise Kujikawa as well, though she's sweeter about it than Ai is, given that she'll accept a rejection without a complaint. Still doesn't stop her from reacting poorly to girls other than her friends being around the protagonist (sizing up Marie when they first meet, demanding to know how the protagonist knows Margaret, etc).
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Taken UpToEleven and PlayedForLaughs in [[Anime/Persona4TheAnimation the anime series]], where at some point Ai confronts Chie over [[spoiler: Kou Ichijou]]. She then slaps Chie across the face, and the deal ends up in a CatFight [[CrowningMomentOfFunny where they childishly pull on each other's cheeks.]]
** Rise Kujikawa as well, though she's sweeter about it than Ai is, given that she'll accept a rejection without a complaint. Still doesn't stop her from reacting poorly to girls other than her friends being around the protagonist (sizing up Marie when they first meet, demanding to know how the protagonist knows Margaret, ect).
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23rd Apr '17 9:22:32 AM Silverblade2
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*** It's, seriously, why many fans hate her. It's, particularly, indicative of the Russel T. Davies era of the show. If she doesn't have any lines indicating these, her body language and facial expressions will do all the talking for her. It gets so bad that in Series 4's "Stolen Earth"/"Journey's End" two-parter, she, literally, freely admits to having scientists work on a multiverse transporter device just so she could rejoin the Doctor in the main universe, even though he said it was something to never do because it would ''destroy both universes by having them fall into the void between them''. You read that right. Rose is ''so'' obsessed with the Doctor that she'd seriously ''throw the multiverse into chaos'' just so she could be with her precious boy toy. For some reason, the Doctor finds this charming when he should be giving her a [[PatrickStewartSpeech Picard speech]] on why that was a terrible thing to be researching to even ''attempt''. Hell, the only way to get her to stay in the alternate universe at the end of the story is to have his [[ItMakesSenseInContext meta-crisis duplicate]] tell her he loves her so she'd be too distracted from kissing him to go with him back to the main universe. My god, Rose, it's the ''multiverse'' we're talking here, all of reality could be screwed...just so you can get the D. Nice girl Jackie raised right there. Also, she immediately forgot about Mickey, her ''boyfriend'', once the Doctor came along in the first Series, so she's not really a great person when it comes to love from a lot of perspectives.



*** Like what's stated above for Rose, it's particularly indicative of the Russel T. Davies era. Most of the female companions during his tenure as showrunner ''had'' to be sexually attracted to the Doctor, new and old, no matter what. Rose and Martha for the new, Sarah Jane for the old. It's particularly weird because, while it makes sense that she does what she's doing in "School Reunion," as when you go on extraordinary adventure of a lifetime, you can't exactly just go back to regular life, but when she starts acting like the Doctor's an ex-lover and gets jealous of Rose, despite ''meeting some of the other companions the Doc's had during the events of "The Five Doctors"'' and didn't act this way ''at all'', she acts like that for some reason. Seriously, the two were more of close friends in the classic serials she appeared in, not lovers. Davies!
19th Apr '17 8:04:30 PM TheSinful
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* A platonic example occurs in ''[[https://www.tthfanfic.org/Story-32155-10/bakenandeggs+Influenced+Out+of+Normality.htm Influenced Out of Normality]]'' when Buffy and Willow spend less time with Xander, including excluding him from slaying, but get pissed off when he gets friends other than them and hate that he spends so much time with his girlfriend Cordelia. Notably, Buffy's disgusted with Xander for wearing his letterman jacket.
19th Apr '17 8:42:58 AM GlitteringFlowers
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* In the ''Manga/OnePiece'' anime, Hancock is jealous of the women in Luffy's crew (who she's never so much as ''seen'', only having heard their names), and fears that Luffy will choose them over her ([[ChasteHero not that]] [[PlatonicLifePartners it's likely]] [[NoHuggingNoKissing to happen]]).

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* In the ''Manga/OnePiece'' anime, ''Manga/OnePiece'':
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Hancock is jealous of the women in Luffy's crew (who she's never so much as ''seen'', only having heard their names), and fears that Luffy will choose them over her ([[ChasteHero not that]] [[PlatonicLifePartners it's likely]] [[NoHuggingNoKissing to happen]]).happen]]).
** Charlotte Praliné, one of Big Mom's daughters, is... ''unhappy'' when she believes that her husband [[spoiler: Aladdin (Jinbe's NumberTwo among the Sun Pirates)]] might leave her. Aside of being clingy, however, she does really love him and has said that she'd choose him over her mother any day. [[spoiler: And she means it, as she stays by him even when the Sun Pirates join Bege and his crew's plot to ''assassinate Big Mom''.]]
18th Apr '17 11:59:13 AM LittleBuster
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Expect her to be the victim of ''lots'' of fan bashing for [[DieForOurShip getting in between The Protagonist and his True Love]], even if she actually loses. If she ''does'' manage to start a relationship with her object of affections, it will range anywhere from annoying gushing, AllTakeAndNoGive, or even {{Love Martyr}}dom.

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Expect her to be the victim of ''lots'' of fan bashing for [[DieForOurShip getting in between The Protagonist and his True Love]], even if she actually loses. If she ''does'' manage to start a relationship with her object of affections, it will range anywhere from annoying gushing, AllTakeAndNoGive, or even {{Love Martyr}}dom.
Martyr}}dom. At the same time, most of the main characters will have a similar character, since this is the simplest way to depict her jealousy and interest in the character.

18th Mar '17 10:42:24 AM Scsigs
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** If Rose counts, then the Doctor, particularly Nine, counts as a male example. Notice his jealous treatment of Mickey, Rose's current boyfriend, and emotionally manipulative phone call at the end of "World War Three" in which he effectively seduces Rose away from her family with the promise of a really cool supernova sighting. It might be more accurate, however, to simply state that Rose and the Doctor both cared about each other to the extent where they sometimes failed to consider to feelings of others.

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** If Rose counts, then the Doctor, particularly Nine, counts as a male example. Notice his jealous treatment of Mickey, Rose's current boyfriend, and emotionally manipulative phone call at the end of "World War Three" in which he effectively seduces Rose away from her family with the promise of a really cool supernova sighting. It might be more accurate, however, to simply state that Rose and the Doctor both cared about each other to the extent where they sometimes failed to consider to the feelings of others.
18th Mar '17 10:40:02 AM Scsigs
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*** It's, seriously, why many fans hate her. It's, particularly, indicative of the Russel T. Davies era of the show. If she doesn't have any lines indicating these, her body language and facial expressions will do all the talking for her. It gets so bad that in Series 4's "Stolen Earth"/"Journey's End" two-parter, she, literally, freely admits to having scientists work on a multiverse transporter device just so she could rejoin the Doctor in the main universe, even though he said it was something to never do because it would ''destroy both universes by having them fall into the void between them''. You read that right. Rose is ''so'' obsessed with the Doctor that she'd seriously ''throw the multiverse into chaos'' just so she could be with her precious boy toy. For some reason, the Doctor finds this charming when he should be giving her a [[PatrickStewartSpeech Picard speech]] on why that was a terrible thing to be researching to even ''attempt''. Hell, the only way to get her to stay in the alternate universe at the end of the story is to have his [[ItMakesSenseInContext meta-crisis duplicate]] tell her he loves her so she'd be too distracted from kissing him to go with him back to the main universe. My god, Rose, it's the ''multiverse'' we're talking here, all of reality could be screwed...just so you can get the D. Nice girl Jackie raised right there. Also, she immediately forgot about Mickey, her ''boyfriend'' once the Doctor came along in the first Series, so she's not really a great person when it comes to love from a lot of perspectives.

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*** It's, seriously, why many fans hate her. It's, particularly, indicative of the Russel T. Davies era of the show. If she doesn't have any lines indicating these, her body language and facial expressions will do all the talking for her. It gets so bad that in Series 4's "Stolen Earth"/"Journey's End" two-parter, she, literally, freely admits to having scientists work on a multiverse transporter device just so she could rejoin the Doctor in the main universe, even though he said it was something to never do because it would ''destroy both universes by having them fall into the void between them''. You read that right. Rose is ''so'' obsessed with the Doctor that she'd seriously ''throw the multiverse into chaos'' just so she could be with her precious boy toy. For some reason, the Doctor finds this charming when he should be giving her a [[PatrickStewartSpeech Picard speech]] on why that was a terrible thing to be researching to even ''attempt''. Hell, the only way to get her to stay in the alternate universe at the end of the story is to have his [[ItMakesSenseInContext meta-crisis duplicate]] tell her he loves her so she'd be too distracted from kissing him to go with him back to the main universe. My god, Rose, it's the ''multiverse'' we're talking here, all of reality could be screwed...just so you can get the D. Nice girl Jackie raised right there. Also, she immediately forgot about Mickey, her ''boyfriend'' ''boyfriend'', once the Doctor came along in the first Series, so she's not really a great person when it comes to love from a lot of perspectives.
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