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28th Jul '16 3:52:37 PM Dravencour
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The character's personality will usually be at least a little sympathetic, with him as either an amusing clown character or a MrViceGuy. Of course, [[MoralEventHorizon if he crosses the line into rape or something worse, all bets are off]].

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The character's personality will usually be at least a little sympathetic, with him as either an amusing clown character or a MrViceGuy. Of course, [[MoralEventHorizon if he crosses the line into rape or something worse, all bets are off]].
13th Jul '16 5:52:06 PM Adept
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* TheVeronicas have a song called Lolita about this power play.

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* TheVeronicas Music/TheVeronicas have a song called Lolita about this power play.
13th Jul '16 2:09:21 AM PaulA
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* Seen in nearly every one of VCAndrews books.

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* Seen in nearly every one of VCAndrews Creator/VCAndrews books.
10th Jul '16 4:26:02 AM IndirectActiveTransport
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* Wrestling/RicFlair has lived this trope at least since 2002, when he returned to {{WWE}} (and much later moved on to {{TNA}}) after having apparently lost his final match to Wrestling/{{Sting}} on the very last episode of ''WCW Monday Nitro'' in March 2001. (He was well over 50 years old by that point and quickly became Wrestling/TripleH's lackey in Evolution, and everyone believed that he was not only well past his prime but thoroughly washed up; how wrong we all were.) Out of countless instances of his being a Dirty Old Man during these years, a few stand out.
** At TNA's ''Bound for Glory'' event in 2010, Flair and the other members of his "Fortune" stable [[JustJokingJustification (playfully)]] threatened to gang-rape backstage interviewer Wrestling/ChristyHemme; oddly, [[ActuallyPrettyFunny Hemme herself seemed to find the joke funny]].
** Then there was the night on ''Monday Night Raw'' in 2004 when Flair, Wrestling/StacyKeibler, and several other Superstars were competing in a game of musical chairs for the prize of Number One Contendership to the World Heavyweight Championship. ({{Cloudcuckoolander}} Eugene was Guest General Manager for the night, and [[ItMakesSenseInContext the game was completely his idea]], [[ItMakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext although that in itself doesn't really explain anything]].) Flair managed to survive halfway through, but then when Keibler beat him to the final chair in the next round, he grabbed her, lifted her bodily out of the chair, and sat down in the chair with Keibler in his lap, child-molester style, to make the referee think he'd gotten there first. Everybody just laughed and Flair was dismissed without incident; even Keibler herself seemed flattered by the attention she was getting. (In case you're wondering, by the way, the musical-chairs winner ended up being Wrestling/ChrisJericho.)

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* Wrestling/RicFlair has lived this trope at least since 2002, when he returned to {{WWE}} (and much later moved on to {{TNA}}) Wrestling/{{TNA}}) after having apparently lost his final match to Wrestling/{{Sting}} on the very last episode of ''WCW Monday Nitro'' ''Wrestling/WCWMondayNitro'' in March 2001. (He was well over 50 years old by that point and quickly became Wrestling/TripleH's lackey in Evolution, and everyone believed that he was not only well past his prime but thoroughly washed up; how wrong we all were.) Out of countless instances of his being a Dirty Old Man during these years, a few stand out.
** At TNA's ''Bound for Glory'' event in 2010, Flair and the other members of his "Fortune" "Wrestling/{{Fortune}}" stable [[JustJokingJustification (playfully)]] threatened to gang-rape backstage interviewer Wrestling/ChristyHemme; oddly, [[ActuallyPrettyFunny Hemme herself seemed to find the joke funny]].
** Then there was the night on ''Monday Night Raw'' in 2004 when Flair, Wrestling/StacyKeibler, and several other Superstars were competing in a game of musical chairs for the prize of Number One Contendership to the World Heavyweight Championship. ({{Cloudcuckoolander}} Eugene [[Wrestling/NickDinsmore Eugene]] was Guest General Manager for the night, and [[ItMakesSenseInContext the game was completely his idea]], [[ItMakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext although that in itself doesn't really explain anything]].) Flair managed to survive halfway through, but then when Keibler beat him to the final chair in the next round, he grabbed her, lifted her bodily out of the chair, and sat down in the chair with Keibler in his lap, child-molester style, to make the referee think he'd gotten there first. Everybody just laughed and Flair was dismissed without incident; even Keibler herself seemed flattered by the attention she was getting. (In case you're wondering, by the way, the musical-chairs winner ended up being Wrestling/ChrisJericho.)
7th Jul '16 5:45:00 PM LadyJaneGrey
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* In the ''Series/MarriedWithChildren'' episode "Her Cups Runneth Over", a manager at the lingerie store seems like a typical friendly old man - who just happens to wear women's underwear and no pants.
17th Jun '16 7:49:26 PM zarpaulus
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* In ''Literature/AmericanGods'' Mr. Wednesday looks old, has looked old for at least thirty years, and regularly beds women who are barely legal.
9th Jun '16 5:51:03 PM TotemicHero
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** Let's hope that he didn't pick that up from [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTheMinishCap his teacher]], because this would bring some unfortunate implications regarding the latter's relationship to a certain little boy...
1st Jun '16 6:57:36 AM JamesAustin
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** At TNA's ''Bound For Glory'' event in 2010, Flair and the other members of his "Fortune" stable [[JustJokingJustification (playfully)]] threatened to gang-rape backstage interviewer Christy Hemme; oddly, [[ActuallyPrettyFunny Hemme herself seemed to find the joke funny]].

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** At TNA's ''Bound For for Glory'' event in 2010, Flair and the other members of his "Fortune" stable [[JustJokingJustification (playfully)]] threatened to gang-rape backstage interviewer Christy Hemme; Wrestling/ChristyHemme; oddly, [[ActuallyPrettyFunny Hemme herself seemed to find the joke funny]].
30th May '16 3:13:46 PM babyhenchy1
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* [[BigBad Immortan Joe]] in ''Film/MadMaxFuryRoad'' is at least in his 60s, if not older. All of his "[[BreedingSlave Wives]]" are in their 20s or teens.

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* [[BigBad Immortan Joe]] in ''Film/MadMaxFuryRoad'' is at least in his 60s, if not older. All of his "[[BreedingSlave Wives]]" [[BreedingSlave "Wives"]] are in their 20s or teens.
30th May '16 3:13:25 PM babyhenchy1
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* [[BigBad Immortan Joe]] in ''Film/MadMaxFuryRoad'' is at least in his 60s, if not older. All of his "[[BreedingSlave Wives]]" are in their 20s or teens.
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