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4th Sep '16 11:29:25 AM nombretomado
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* In ''AnneOfGreenGables'', Marilla [[AvertedTrope thinks this idea is ridiculous]].

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* In ''AnneOfGreenGables'', ''Literature/AnneOfGreenGables'', Marilla [[AvertedTrope thinks this idea is ridiculous]].
1st Sep '16 12:58:50 PM WriterGirl2015
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** In season 4 [[spoiler: Bianca makes herself extra smelly to avoid getting pat down by the guards for contraband so as punishment they make her stand on the cafeteria table and don't allow her to leave until she physically can't stand. Since she's not allowed to leave the table she is forced to pee herself and is not allowed any food. If anyone offers her food, like when Piper offered her a granola bar, they are to join her.]]
1st Aug '16 8:22:31 PM Willbyr
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* In ''{{Nichijou}}'', [[RobotGirl Nano]] often threatens this to the professor, a very young child who created her, due to her experiments or attempts to blame their talking cat, Sakamoto. It doesn't work very well however, as Nano either forgets about the punishment, or simply [[EasilyForgiven forgives]] her.

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* In ''{{Nichijou}}'', ''Manga/{{Nichijou}}'', [[RobotGirl Nano]] often threatens this to the professor, a very young child who created her, due to her experiments or attempts to blame their talking cat, Sakamoto. It doesn't work very well however, as Nano either forgets about the punishment, or simply [[EasilyForgiven forgives]] her.
31st Jul '16 9:10:00 AM NateTheGreat
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* In the book ''EmilyOfNewMoon'', by Lucy Maud Montgomery, the titular Emily is punished this way on occasion by her Aunt Elizabeth.


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* In the book ''EmilyOfNewMoon'', by Lucy Maud Montgomery, the titular Emily is punished this way on occasion by her Aunt Elizabeth.
14th Jun '16 6:35:00 PM AnimeToon95
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* In the ''SouthPark'' episode "Grounded Vindaloop", Stephen refuses to let Butters eat dinner with him and Linda (or have any meals) as part of his grounding for the all of the trouble he caused earlier in the episode.
24th Apr '16 1:23:25 PM WillBGood
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* ''Film/NightOfTheHunter'' - Harry Palmer, recently a widower after murdering his bride, has meals given to him by sympathetic townsfolk (who think she's run off on him) - which he withholds from his stepchildren to get them to tell where their late father's stolen money is hidden.

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* ''Film/NightOfTheHunter'' ''Film/TheNightOfTheHunter'' - Harry Palmer, recently a widower after murdering his bride, has meals given to him by sympathetic townsfolk (who think she's run off on him) - which he withholds from his stepchildren to get them to tell where their late father's stolen money is hidden.
14th Apr '16 1:20:10 PM WriterGirl2015
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* ''Manga/KareKano'': Soichiro Arima had a mother who beat him badly on an almost daily basis and if she wasn't, it was because she left him alone for days on end as he slowly starved, locked in a house with barely any food.
13th Apr '16 8:21:36 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* Nehrus, a gluttonous Goa'uld scientist comes to Earth claiming to help the Tau'ri in ''Series/StargateSG1''. When he's revealed to be a traitor (not only to the heroes but to the Goa'uld as well, since he's become a follower of [[BiggerBad the Ori]]), he is locked up in Area 51. He asks Landry what will get him to cooperate. Landry calmly says "hunger".

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* Nehrus, a gluttonous Goa'uld scientist comes to Earth claiming to help the Tau'ri in ''Series/StargateSG1''. When he's revealed to be a traitor (not only to the heroes but to the Goa'uld as well, since he's become a follower of [[BiggerBad the Ori]]), Ori), he is locked up in Area 51. He asks Landry what will get him to cooperate. Landry calmly says "hunger".
13th Apr '16 11:06:44 AM WriterGirl2015
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* ''Manga/TokyoGhoul'': Kaneki's father died when he was only four, leaving only books to remember him by. His mother, whom he repeatedly refers to as kind and a wonderful person, beat him as a child before working herself to death to support herself, her sister, and her son when Kaneki was ten. After his mother's death, he was sent to live with his aunt, who became verbally and emotionally abusive towards him because of her jealousy over him getting better grades than her son, including giving him less and less food and then excluding him from family meals entirely. She instead giving him a meager amount of money to buy his own food.

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* ''Manga/TokyoGhoul'': Kaneki's father died when he was only four, leaving only books to remember him by. His mother, whom he repeatedly refers to as kind and a wonderful person, beat him as a child before working herself to death to support herself, her sister, and her son when Kaneki was ten. After his mother's death, he was sent to live with his aunt, who became verbally and emotionally abusive towards him because of her jealousy over him getting better grades than her son, including giving him less and less food and then excluding him from family meals entirely. She instead giving then gave him a meager amount of money to buy his own food.
13th Apr '16 11:05:44 AM WriterGirl2015
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* ''Manga/TokyoGhoul'': Kaneki's father died when he was only four, leaving only books to remember him by. His mother, whom he repeatedly refers to as kind and a wonderful person, beat him as a child before working herself to death to support herself, her sister, and her son when Kaneki was ten. After his mother's death, he was sent to live with his aunt, who became verbally and emotionally abusive towards him because of her jealousy over him getting better grades than her son, including giving him less and less food and then excluding him from family meals entirely. She instead giving him a meager amount of money to buy his own food.
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