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24th May '16 12:56:05 AM Faar
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** Also happens in ''Series/FullerHouse'', where DJ takes this option when asked to choose between Steve and Matt. She reasons she first wants to focus on herself.
8th May '16 1:32:44 AM MajinAkuma
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* In the last episode of ''Anime/YuGiOh5Ds'', Jack Atlas tells Carly, Mikage and Stephanie that no woman will be in his way and then he drives away with his D-Wheel to become the King of Riding Duels again.

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* In the last episode of ''Anime/YuGiOh5Ds'', Jack Atlas tells Carly, Mikage and Stephanie that no woman will be stand in his way and then he drives away with his D-Wheel to become the King of Riding Duels again.
24th Feb '16 10:59:29 AM Eievie
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* ''Series/{{Skins}}'': Franky ends up with neither brother, telling them to love each other instead.

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* ''Series/{{Skins}}'': Franky ends up with neither brother, Matty nor Nick, telling them to love each other instead.instead. (Not like thatů they're brothers.)
24th Feb '16 10:49:18 AM Eievie
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* The Celaena-Dorian-Chaol triangle is a significant subplot in the first book, but [[spoiler:loses most of its significance by the end of the second. Celaena leaves Adarlan having essentially rejected both of them.]]

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* ''Literature/ThroneOfGlass'': The Celaena-Dorian-Chaol triangle is a significant subplot in the first book, but [[spoiler:loses most of its significance by the end of the second. Celaena leaves Adarlan having essentially rejected both of them.]]
24th Feb '16 10:47:19 AM Eievie
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* The Celaena-Dorian-Chaol triangle is a significant subplot in the first book, but [[spoiler:loses most of its significance by the end of the second. Celaena leaves Adarlan having essentially rejected both of them.]]
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* ''Series/{{Skins}}'': Franky ends up with neither brother, telling them to love each other instead.
6th Feb '16 9:20:39 PM nombretomado
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* One episode of ''{{Frasier}}'' ends with Niles getting a divorce from his wife, and Frasier and Martin both having broke up with their respective girlfriends. The three Cranes take this as an opportunity to [[CrowningMomentofHeartwarming drink, bond, and start batting again the next day]].
* In the backwards episode of ''{{Seinfeld}}'', one woman chooses this solution.
* In the original ''BeverlyHills90210'', this is how Kelly resolves the Dylan/Brandon love triangle. "I choose me!"
* In ''FullHouse'', DJ takes this option when asked to choose between Nelson and Viper, reasoning that if she were really into either of them then she wouldn't have any trouble deciding who to be with.

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* One episode of ''{{Frasier}}'' ''Series/{{Frasier}}'' ends with Niles getting a divorce from his wife, and Frasier and Martin both having broke up with their respective girlfriends. The three Cranes take this as an opportunity to [[CrowningMomentofHeartwarming drink, bond, and start batting again the next day]].
* In the backwards episode of ''{{Seinfeld}}'', ''Series/{{Seinfeld}}'', one woman chooses this solution.
* In the original ''BeverlyHills90210'', ''Series/BeverlyHills90210'', this is how Kelly resolves the Dylan/Brandon love triangle. "I choose me!"
* In ''FullHouse'', ''Series/FullHouse'', DJ takes this option when asked to choose between Nelson and Viper, reasoning that if she were really into either of them then she wouldn't have any trouble deciding who to be with.



* The finale of ''TrueBlood'' season four is a good example: Sookie turns down all three of her love interests. In the case of Bill and Eric, it's a classic "I'm not picking either of you" ending to a Love Triangle. Alcide gets a gentler "sorry, but I don't feel that way about you" rejection.

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* The finale of ''TrueBlood'' ''Series/TrueBlood'' season four is a good example: Sookie turns down all three of her love interests. In the case of Bill and Eric, it's a classic "I'm not picking either of you" ending to a Love Triangle. Alcide gets a gentler "sorry, but I don't feel that way about you" rejection.
29th Jan '16 4:37:56 AM Faar
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* [[InvertedTrope Inverted]] in one episode of ''Series/{{Friends}}''. Phoebe is dating two guys, be she can't decide which one she likes more. In the end they both dump her. One of the guys learns she slept with the other and not him. The other, being a fireman, is upset she made candle light diner for the other as this is an open flame in a wooden area.
12th Nov '15 10:44:52 AM Arha
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* Despite the implications of the opening quote from ''Manga/HayateTheCombatButler'', it seems that he's probably going to take this route. Or at least take the next 40 years to clear his debt before he tries to choose anyone. Doubtful that any of the girls would be willing to wait until they're 50 for a conclusion.
12th Nov '15 8:51:34 AM sorako
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* Despite the implications of the opening quote from ''Manga/HayateTheCombatButler'', it seems that he's probably going to take this route. Or at least take the next 40 years to clear his debt before he tries to choose anyone. Doubtful that any of the girls would be willing to wait until they're 50 for a conclusion.
28th Jul '15 9:23:21 PM Lemia
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* At least one season of ''Series/TheBachelor'' has ended with the bachelor rejecting both of the final two women.
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