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22nd Sep '17 3:51:07 AM JackG
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->'''Willow:''' Or maybe an ear-harvesting demon that--it's, like, building another demon completely out of ears. Or... Ooh! [[SayingSoundEffectsOutLoud Thought!]] We're just assuming someone else cut off the ear. What if it was self-inflicted, like van Gogh?

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->'''Willow:''' Or maybe an ear-harvesting demon that--it's, like, [[InsaneTrollLogic building another demon completely out of ears.ears]]. Or... Ooh! [[SayingSoundEffectsOutLoud Thought!]] We're just assuming someone else cut off the ear. What if it was self-inflicted, like van Gogh?
14th Sep '17 5:55:55 PM Pichu-kun
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* At the very beginning of ''Literature/ArashiNoYoruNi'', a wolf actually gets his ear bitten off by an angry mother sheep while protecting her lamb from him and the rest of his pack before they finally kill the mother sheep, who before her death tells said lamb, Mei, to run away for his own safety.

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* At the very beginning of ''Literature/ArashiNoYoruNi'', a wolf actually gets his ear bitten off by an angry mother sheep goat while protecting her lamb kid from him and the rest of his pack before they finally kill the mother sheep, goat, who before her death tells said lamb, kid, Mei, to run away for his own safety.
2nd Sep '17 9:06:26 PM benda
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* One of the earliest cinema examples is probably the original ''Film/{{Django}}'', where some outlaws cut off a man's ear and make him eat it. That scene got the movie (which is otherwise no more violent than the average SpaghettiWestern) banned in several countries. It's probably the most sadistic scene in the entire Western genre. It makes the violence in Creator/SergioLeone's movies look tame.

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* One of the earliest cinema examples of ear-cutting is probably the original ''Film/{{Django}}'', where some outlaws cut slice off a man's ear and make him eat it. That scene got the movie (which is otherwise no more violent than the average SpaghettiWestern) banned in several countries. It's probably the most sadistic scene in the entire Western genre. It makes the violence in Creator/SergioLeone's movies look tame.
2nd Sep '17 9:05:34 PM benda
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* One of the earliest cinema examples is probably the original ''Film/{{Django}}'', where some outlaws cut off a man's ear and make him eat it. That scene got the movie (which is otherwise no more violent than the average SpaghettiWestern) banned in several countries. It's probably the most sadistic scene in the entire Western genre. It makes the violence in Creator/SergioLeone's movies look tame.
30th Aug '17 12:07:07 PM Pichu-kun
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* As a grade schooler, TheBully Shouya from ''Manga/ASilentVoice'' tore off Shouko's hearing aid.
24th Aug '17 4:04:01 PM Malady
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* ''Literature/PrincessesOfThePizzaParlor'': Selvi's threat to Gwen, a half-elf, who has PointyEars, when Gwen snarked that the librarian might by afraid that Selvi, a half-orc would rip all the pages of their library books:
--> '''Selvi''': I prefer ripping ears. Pointy ones make for good handholds, too.
10th Aug '17 1:31:23 PM Pichu-kun
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* One of [[spoiler:Sully's]] ears gets blown off with a gun in ''Literature/{{Firstborn}}'' when he is mistaken for [[spoiler:his brother Blue Boy]].
* Early into ''Literature/AnnieOnMyMind'', a girl named Sally decides to give cheap ear piercings in the girl's bathroom. She tried to be hygienic but still gave multiple girls infections. This caused both her and the student president Liza to get in trouble. Sally later becomes [[TheAtoner quite repentant]].
5th Aug '17 10:50:24 PM FF32
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* In the ''Series/MalcolmInTheMiddle'' episode "Bride of Ida", Grandma Ida subjects Malcolm and Reese to the Ritual of Pain, which consists of tying strings to their ears and pulling. The boys are surprised at how painful it is.
-->'''Malcolm''': I didn't think anything above [[GroinAttack my waist]] could be so sensitive!
14th Jul '17 4:34:52 AM Andyroid
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* Gallus Mag, the legendary 19th century lady bouncer at the Hole in the Wall pub in New York City (as mentioned in ''The Gangs of New York''), was said to rip the ears off particularly troublesome customers and keep them in a jar as trophies.

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* Gallus Mag, the legendary 19th century lady bouncer at the Hole in the Wall pub in New York City (as mentioned in ''The Gangs of New York''), was said to rip the ears off particularly troublesome customers and keep them preserved in a jar as trophies.of alcohol.
12th Jul '17 6:42:35 PM Andyroid
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* Gallus Mag, the legendary 19th century lady bouncer at the Hole in the Wall pub in New York City (as mentioned in ''The Gangs of New York''), was said to rip the ears off particularly troublesome customers and keep them in a jar as trophies.
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