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4th Oct '17 7:08:54 PM ngh93
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* ''Film/MrsDoubtfire'': Daniel Hillard, under the guise of Mrs. Doubtfire, does not take kindly to his ex's boyfriend Stu Dunmeyer calling him a loser, and pelts him in the back of the head with a lime.
-->'''Mrs. Doubtfire''': Oh, sir! I saw it! Some angry member of the kitchen staff! Did you not tip them? Oh, the terrorists! They ran that way! It was a run-by fruiting! I'll get them, sir! Don't worry!
4th Oct '17 3:55:22 PM Theriocephalus
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* BadWithTheBone: Bones used as weapons and weapons made from bones.



* FoodSlap: Indignation at someone else's actions displayed by throwing food or drink in the offending party's face.
* ForkFencing: Kitchen silverware used as improvised melee weaponry.



* FoodSlap: Indignation at someone else's actions displayed by throwing food or drink in the offending party's face.
* BadWithTheBone: Bones used as weapons and weapons made from bones.
* ForkFencing: Kitchen silverware used as improvised melee weaponry.
4th Oct '17 3:53:18 PM Theriocephalus
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4th Oct '17 3:52:34 PM Theriocephalus
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4th Oct '17 3:48:44 PM Theriocephalus
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BaguetteBeatdown is a SubTrope. See also EdibleAmmunition, ProducePelting, ShamuFu, FoodSlap, BadWithTheBone, and ForkFencing.

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BaguetteBeatdown is {{Sub Trope}}s include:
* BaguetteBeatdown: Long, French-style bread used as bludgeoning weapons.
* EdibleAmmunition: AbnormalAmmo where food products are used as ammunition.
* ProducePelting: Audiences showing their displeasure with
a SubTrope. See also EdibleAmmunition, ProducePelting, ShamuFu, FoodSlap, BadWithTheBone, performance by pelting the performer with fruit and ForkFencing.
vegetables.
* ShamuFu: Fish and other sea life used as weapons.
** SwordfishSabre: Fish or other sea animals with long, pointy projections on their heads used as fencing weapons.
* FoodSlap: Indignation at someone else's actions displayed by throwing food or drink in the offending party's face.
* BadWithTheBone: Bones used as weapons and weapons made from bones.
* ForkFencing: Kitchen silverware used as improvised melee weaponry.
3rd Oct '17 8:34:33 AM longWriter
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Not to be confused with LargeHam, even if a piece of ham is used as a weapon.


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* ''Series/{{Wishbone}}'': In the Odyssey episode, Odysseus's son uses a large ham as a club while driving the freeloading suitors out of Odysseus's home.
1st Oct '17 5:29:02 PM DRCEQ
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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'', Bart once tormented Principal Skinner with peanuts (Skinner has a peanut allergy). Skinner eventually retaliates when he discovers that Bart is allergic to shrimp. They end up fencing each other, with Bart wielding a peanut on a stick and Skinner wielding a shrimp on a stick (as if they were lightsabers, complete with ''Duel of the Fates'' playing). [[spoiler: They both wind up falling into a vat full of peanut shrimp.]]

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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'', ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons''
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Bart once tormented Principal Skinner with peanuts (Skinner has a peanut allergy). Skinner eventually retaliates when he discovers that Bart is allergic to shrimp. They end up fencing each other, with Bart wielding a peanut on a stick and Skinner wielding a shrimp on a stick (as if they were lightsabers, complete with ''Duel of the Fates'' playing). [[spoiler: They both wind up falling into a vat full of peanut shrimp.]]]]
** The Season 29 premier HighFantasy episode "The Serfsons" has Homer convince the peasants to revolt against the rich. Everyone takes up the nearest weapon they can find. Nelson grabs a couple of baguettes, which he uses to easily decapitate one soldier and stab a giant gaping hole through another's armored chest with zero effort.
1st Oct '17 3:16:18 AM foxley
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* ''Series/TheDoctorBlakeMysteries'': In "The Call of the Void", the VictimOfTheWeek is bludgeoned to death with a frozen leg of lamb in a restaurant freezer.
2nd Sep '17 11:49:40 AM v-n-n-n-n
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* ''Series/ImAlanPartridge'': Whilst judging the vegetable show at the county fayre, Characters/AlanPartridge comments on how you can beat someone to death with an onion and then eat the evidence.
16th Aug '17 1:21:25 AM Silverblade2
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* In ''ComicBook/TheBatmanAndRobinAdventures'' #5, SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker attempts to beat a henchman to death with a bunch of bananas for welshing on a bet. He later regrets this -- not for any moral reason, just the fact that bananas aren't sturdy enough to be an effective truncheon. The next time he attempts this, he uses plantains instead.

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* In ''ComicBook/TheBatmanAndRobinAdventures'' #5, SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker ComicBook/TheJoker attempts to beat a henchman to death with a bunch of bananas for welshing on a bet. He later regrets this -- not for any moral reason, just the fact that bananas aren't sturdy enough to be an effective truncheon. The next time he attempts this, he uses plantains instead.
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