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14th May '17 5:23:40 PM Blazer
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* PlayedForLaughs in ''WebVideo/DragonBallZAbridged''. When Goku goes up to fight Cell, he gets into an argument with Tien over who was World Champion, stating that he defeated him, Piccolo and Chi-Chi to get that way. When commentator Jimmy Firecracker gets wind of this, he automatically assumes he's a wife beater. Goku's [[DiggingYourselfDeeper inability to clarify that Chi-Chi was attempting to get him to honor an marriage commitment]] doesn't help matters at all and the whole world thinks that Goku is a wife beater.
1st May '17 4:02:12 AM WillBGood
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** Harry is a victim of this too. He is abused by his guardian Justin Dumorne by him trying to enthrall, magically strip Harry of his freewill, Harry.

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** Harry is a victim of this too. He is abused by his guardian Justin Dumorne by him trying to enthrall, magically enthrall Harry (magically strip Harry him of his freewill, Harry.free will).
22nd Apr '17 8:11:53 PM nombretomado
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* ''SurvivalOfTheFittest'' characters often have to suffer through this (although it normally ties in with AbusiveParents). It has mostly dried up as of v5, though there is still a bit of this as a [[FreudianExcuse backstory]] for characters.

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* ''SurvivalOfTheFittest'' ''Roleplay/SurvivalOfTheFittest'' characters often have to suffer through this (although it normally ties in with AbusiveParents). It has mostly dried up as of v5, though there is still a bit of this as a [[FreudianExcuse backstory]] for characters.
20th Apr '17 8:57:55 PM StaticFactory
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* "Pulling Teeth" by Green Day is a female-on-male example.
--> Is she ultra-violent, is she disturbed? I better tell her that I love her
--> before she does it all over again, oh god she's killing me
19th Apr '17 7:14:07 AM Vampireandthen
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** And that is ''nothing'' compared to the abuse his predecessor King Aerys. Who would not only verbally abuse his wife on a regular basis, but would [[MaritalRapeLicense violently rape]] her whenever he was done burning people alive.

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** And that is ''nothing'' compared to the abuse of his predecessor predecessor, King Aerys. Who would not only verbally abuse his wife on a regular basis, but would [[MaritalRapeLicense violently rape]] her whenever he was done burning people alive.


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** Ramsay's father, Roose Bolton, could be one. He has been married twice already, and both women have died. Given the reputation of House Bolton's cruelty, and Roose Bolton being nowhere as open about it as Ramsay is, it is possible, and might not even have been completely physical. However, bizarrely, he is fond of his third wife, Fat Walda Frey. Appearantly, he enjoys how she shudders and moans....
** Joffrey Baratheon had all the hallmarks of becoming one. His treatment of Sansa Stark, a girl he was betrothed to [[spoiler: starts getting bad when he kills her father right in front of her, and forces her to look at his mounted head. He has his Kingsguard beat her whenever her brother scores a victory against his grandfather's forces in a war he started, going so far as to have her stripped naked an beaten before the entire court at one point. Fear of this is what drove Olenna Tyrell to help kill him on the day he marries Margery Tyrell, her granddaughter. Her brother being a Kingsguard also helped convince Olenna.]]
18th Apr '17 8:27:01 AM PastaCow
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*''VideoGame/TheWitcher3WildHunt'': [[spoiler:In the quest Family Matters, the "Bloody Baron" Philip Strenger is revealed to have abused his wife Anna, although he never abused Tamara, his daughter]]
15th Apr '17 11:10:03 PM Caswin
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* ''Heavily'' implied in the ''WesternAnimation/YoungJustice'' episode "Beneath", with Tye Longshadow's mother and her smug, hulking (by normal human standards) boyfriend, Maurice. By the end of the episode, he ends up being unrelated to the bigger events of the story and is all set up to lose his job and get arrested as part of a mundane racket of pirated [=DVDs=] -- [[WordOfGod which worked, according to the producer]] -- but there's still this:
-->'''Mrs. Longshadow:''' (outside the house, alone with her son's friend, her face partly in shadow) Don't mind Maurice. He's... having a bad day.
-->'''Jaime:''' I hear he has a ''lot'' of bad days.
-->'''Mrs. Longshadow:''' (desperately) Good ones, too! (not looking at Jaime, face out of the shadows, as she finally starts to realize what she's saying) ...occasionally...
7th Apr '17 8:00:23 AM gb00393
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': Robert is not above smacking Cersei around when she insults his masculinity, though he immediately regrets it as "not kingly."

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Robert is not above smacking Cersei around when she insults his masculinity, though he immediately regrets it as "not kingly."
** When Joffrey is pissed off, he has his knights beat Sansa, because his mother told him "a king should not strike his lady.
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25th Mar '17 4:41:29 PM mariofan1000
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball'' had an episode titled [[Recap/TheAmazingWorldOfGumballS5E5TheChoices "The Choices"]] that flashes back to the day Nicole met Richard, and examines what her life would have been like if [[ForWantOfANail she made different choices that day.]] One of those has Harold (Tobias' father) manipulating Nicole into marrying her, making her get hideous plastic surgery, and constantly treating her like dirt. Him demeaning her for having the sushi be too cold is the RageBreakingPoint that causes her to set the house on fire, possibly killing Harold while she screams "IS THAT HOT ENOUGH FOR YOU?". [[BlackComedyBurst This is played for laughs.]]
22nd Mar '17 9:19:40 AM N.Harmonik
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** However, the trope  particularly, the male-on-female kind is all too frequently PlayedForLaughs. The "best" example is "The Courtship of Stewie's Father," where Peter discovers the secret to bonding with his son, Stewie is physically abusing Lois! (This was at a point in the series where a recurring plotline saw Stewie want to kill his mother in the most violent way possible.) The abuse accellerates until a final incident where Lois is thrown into the back of the station wagon and Peter  with Stewie riding shotgun  drives the car into a nearby river.

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** However, the trope  - particularly, the male-on-female kind is - is all too frequently PlayedForLaughs. The "best" example is "The Courtship of Stewie's Father," where Peter discovers the secret to bonding with his son, Stewie is Stewie, is physically abusing Lois! (This was at a point in the series where a recurring plotline saw Stewie want to kill his mother in the most violent way possible.) The abuse accellerates accelerates until a final incident where Lois is thrown into the back of the station wagon and Peter  - with Stewie riding shotgun  - drives the car into a nearby river.
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