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16th Jan '18 6:14:57 AM EmanresuModnar
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Kaeloo}}'': If Mr. Cat thinks you're "stealing" Kaeloo from him (even though they aren't even dating), beware. Because he's a psychopath who tortures people for fun and owns a bunch of dangerous weapons. For example, in "Let'Play Danger Island Survivor", when Kaeloo says that [[NighInvulnerable Quack Quack]] is her "best friend", Mr. Cat responds by first driving a wedge between the two of them, then making Quack Quack suffer the pain of falling into a precipice filled with starving alligators.

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Kaeloo}}'': If Mr. Cat thinks you're "stealing" Kaeloo from him (even though they aren't even dating), beware. Because he's a psychopath who tortures people for fun and owns a bunch of dangerous weapons. For example, in "Let'Play Danger Island Survivor", when Kaeloo says that [[NighInvulnerable Quack Quack]] is her "best friend", Mr. Cat responds by first driving a wedge between the two of them, then making Quack Quack suffer the pain of falling into a precipice filled with starving alligators. In another episode, the gang are playing a game. When Stumpy is picked to be the prince and Kaeloo is Sleeping Beauty, Mr. Cat ''shoots Stumpy with a bazooka'' to stop him from getting to Kaeloo and kising her, even though it's just a game.
11th Jan '18 6:54:31 PM Santosificationable
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* The famous [[UsefulNotes/Philippines Filipino]] painter [[Creator/JuanLuna]] endured a particularly gruesome example of this trope. Luna's marriage with his wife, Maria, in [[UsefulNotes/Paris]], became increasingly unstable as he harbored suspicions of her going out with a Frenchman. It didn't help that he was part of a family known for its [[Film/HeneralLuna legendary temper]]. In a fit of rage, he got hold of a gun, stormed to the room containing Maria and her mother, and shot both in the head, killing them.

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* The famous [[UsefulNotes/Philippines Filipino]] Filipino painter [[Creator/JuanLuna]] Juan Luna endured a particularly gruesome example of this trope. Luna's marriage with his wife, Maria, in [[UsefulNotes/Paris]], Paris, became increasingly unstable as he harbored suspicions of her going out with a Frenchman. It didn't help that he was part of a family known for its [[Film/HeneralLuna legendary temper]]. In a fit of rage, he got hold of a gun, stormed to the room containing Maria and her mother, and shot both in the head, killing them.
11th Jan '18 6:52:52 PM Santosificationable
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* The famous [[UsefulNotes/Philippines Filipino]] painter ''Creator/JuanLuna'' endured a particularly gruesome example of this trope. Luna's marriage with his wife, Maria, in Paris, became increasingly unstable as he harbored suspicions of her going out with a Frenchman. It didn't help that he was part of a family known for its [[Film/HeneralLuna legendary temper]]. In a fit of rage, he got hold of a gun, stormed to the room containing Maria and her mother, and shot both in the head, killing them.
** Murder charges filed against him were eventually done away with, possibly due to Parisian society then [[NoWomansLand forgiving]] [[Misogny the crime of killing an unfaithful wife]].

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* The famous [[UsefulNotes/Philippines Filipino]] painter ''Creator/JuanLuna'' [[Creator/JuanLuna]] endured a particularly gruesome example of this trope. Luna's marriage with his wife, Maria, in Paris, [[UsefulNotes/Paris]], became increasingly unstable as he harbored suspicions of her going out with a Frenchman. It didn't help that he was part of a family known for its [[Film/HeneralLuna legendary temper]]. In a fit of rage, he got hold of a gun, stormed to the room containing Maria and her mother, and shot both in the head, killing them.
** Murder charges filed against him were eventually done away with, possibly due to Parisian society then [[NoWomansLand forgiving]] [[Misogny forgiving the crime of killing an unfaithful wife]].
11th Jan '18 6:49:13 PM Santosificationable
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* The famous [[UsefulNotes/Philippines Filipino]] painter [[Creator/JuanLuna]] endured a particularly gruesome example of this trope. Luna's marriage with his wife, Maria, in Paris, became increasingly unstable as he harbored suspicions of her going out with a Frenchman. It didn't help that he was part of a family known for its [[Film/HeneralLuna legendary temper]]. In a fit of rage, he got hold of a gun, stormed to the room containing Maria and her mother, and shot both in the head, killing them.

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* The famous [[UsefulNotes/Philippines Filipino]] painter [[Creator/JuanLuna]] ''Creator/JuanLuna'' endured a particularly gruesome example of this trope. Luna's marriage with his wife, Maria, in Paris, became increasingly unstable as he harbored suspicions of her going out with a Frenchman. It didn't help that he was part of a family known for its [[Film/HeneralLuna legendary temper]]. In a fit of rage, he got hold of a gun, stormed to the room containing Maria and her mother, and shot both in the head, killing them.
11th Jan '18 6:47:43 PM Santosificationable
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* The famous [[UsefulNotes/Philippines Filipino]] painter [[Creator/Juan Luna]] would be a particularly gruesome example of this trope. Luna's marriage with his wife, Maria, in Paris, became increasingly unstable as he harbored suspicions of her going out with a Frenchman. It didn't help that he was part of a family known for its [[Film/HeneralLuna legendary temper]]. In a fit of rage, he got hold of a gun, stormed to the room containing Maria and her mother, and shot both in the head, killing them.

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* The famous [[UsefulNotes/Philippines Filipino]] painter [[Creator/Juan Luna]] would be [[Creator/JuanLuna]] endured a particularly gruesome example of this trope. Luna's marriage with his wife, Maria, in Paris, became increasingly unstable as he harbored suspicions of her going out with a Frenchman. It didn't help that he was part of a family known for its [[Film/HeneralLuna legendary temper]]. In a fit of rage, he got hold of a gun, stormed to the room containing Maria and her mother, and shot both in the head, killing them.
11th Jan '18 6:46:28 PM Santosificationable
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* The famous [[UsefulNotes/Philippines Filipino]] painter [[Creator/Juan Luna]] would be a particularly gruesome example of this trope. Luna's marriage with his wife, Maria, in Paris, became increasingly unstable as he harbored suspicions of her going out with a Frenchman. It didn't help that he was part of a family known for its [[Film/HeneralLuna legendary temper]]. In a fit of rage, he got hold of a gun, stormed to the room containing Maria and her mother, and shot both in the head, killing them.
** Murder charges filed against him were eventually done away with, possibly due to Parisian society then [[NoWomansLand forgiving]] [[Misogny the crime of killing an unfaithful wife]].
5th Jan '18 9:14:48 AM hyrule_warrior
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* ''Literature/OksaPollock'': Gus is jealous because of the friendship between Oksa and Tugdual.
23rd Dec '17 3:16:53 AM Dghcrh
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* A HoYay variety occurs in ''Anime/InazumaEleven''. Miyasaka has a fanboy crush on Kazemaru and is not happy with the fact that his friend left the Athletics Club and joined the Soccer Club, making him dislike the latter club and force him to come back, even acting hostile towards their captain, Endou. But he gets better after he sees him playing and realizes he really belongs to the Soccer Club and lets him go willingly. However, the English Dub [[ShesAManInJapan changed]] the already [[ViewerGenderConfusion girly-looking]] Miyasaka to a ClingyJealousGirl, most likely to [[HideYourGays avoid the]] HoYay.

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* A HoYay variety occurs in ''Anime/InazumaEleven''. Miyasaka has a fanboy crush on Kazemaru and is not becomes jealous when he gets attention from any other boy. He's ''not'' happy with the fact that his friend "friend" left the Athletics Club and joined the Soccer Club, making him dislike the latter club and force him to come back, even acting hostile towards their captain, Endou. Even with his own teammates he flips out when they give him too much attention, claiming that ''he's'' the one who brought him there. But he gets better after he sees him playing and realizes he really belongs to the Soccer Club and lets him go willingly. However, the English Dub [[ShesAManInJapan changed]] the already [[ViewerGenderConfusion girly-looking]] Miyasaka to a ClingyJealousGirl, most likely to [[HideYourGays avoid the]] HoYay.because of the [[HoYay subtext]].
15th Dec '17 8:14:02 AM RandomnessUnlimited
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Kaeloo}}'': If Mr. Cat thinks you're "stealing" Kaeloo from him (even though they aren't even dating), beware. Because he's a psychopath who tortures people for fun and owns a bunch of dangerous weapons.

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Kaeloo}}'': If Mr. Cat thinks you're "stealing" Kaeloo from him (even though they aren't even dating), beware. Because he's a psychopath who tortures people for fun and owns a bunch of dangerous weapons. For example, in "Let'Play Danger Island Survivor", when Kaeloo says that [[NighInvulnerable Quack Quack]] is her "best friend", Mr. Cat responds by first driving a wedge between the two of them, then making Quack Quack suffer the pain of falling into a precipice filled with starving alligators.
21st Nov '17 3:14:38 PM Vios
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* In ''VideoGame/AlQadimTheGeniesCurse'', the sorcerer Farid Al-Mutan is a little way down this road, being paranoid that his wife will be seduced by another man. He is therefore keen to keep you a heroic, swashbuckling, WalkingShirtlessScene away from her. He doesn't go so far as to drive you away, but he does make pointed remarks to you about how dishonourable any hypothetical wife-seducer would surely be, and he asks your word that you'll never seek out his wife's company. His wife, should she learn of his jealousy, takes her husband to task for being silly she's loyal to him and he should trust her.
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