History Main / FatSweatySouthernerInAWhiteSuit

8th Aug '16 4:56:00 PM Smiffy
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* The BigBad of Film/PrimeCut is an overweight, psychopathic lookalike to Boss Hogg.
17th Jul '16 2:50:35 PM Mdumas43073
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Historical figures who sported the Southern white suit included Creator/MarkTwain and Colonel Harland Sanders[[note]]The founder of KentuckyFriedChicken[[/note]]; but neither of them was particularly fat or particularly villainous. Mark Twain's satires of Southern aristocracy might have been the TropeCodifier here; Colonel Grangerford, from Literature/HuckleberryFinn, might be an example.

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Historical figures who sported the Southern white suit included Creator/MarkTwain and Colonel Harland Sanders[[note]]The founder of KentuckyFriedChicken[[/note]]; but neither of them was particularly fat or particularly villainous. Mark Twain's satires of Southern aristocracy might have been the TropeCodifier here; Colonel Grangerford, from Literature/HuckleberryFinn, ''Literature/HuckleberryFinn'', might be an example.
17th Jul '16 2:50:07 PM Mdumas43073
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Historical figures who sported the Southern white suit included Creator/MarkTwain and Colonel Harland Sanders[[note]]The founder of Kentucky Fried Chicken[[/note]]; but neither of them was particularly fat or particularly villainous. Mark Twain's satires of Southern aristocracy might have been the TropeCodifier here; Colonel Grangerford, from Literature/HuckleberryFinn, might be an example.

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Historical figures who sported the Southern white suit included Creator/MarkTwain and Colonel Harland Sanders[[note]]The founder of Kentucky Fried Chicken[[/note]]; KentuckyFriedChicken[[/note]]; but neither of them was particularly fat or particularly villainous. Mark Twain's satires of Southern aristocracy might have been the TropeCodifier here; Colonel Grangerford, from Literature/HuckleberryFinn, might be an example.
17th Jul '16 2:49:36 PM Mdumas43073
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Historical figures who sported the Southern white suit included Creator/MarkTwain and Colonel Harlan Sanders[[note]]The founder of Kentucky Fried Chicken [[/note]]; but neither of them was particularly fat or particularly villainous. Mark Twain's satires of Southern aristocracy might have been the TropeCodifier here; Colonel Grangerford, from Literature/HuckleberryFinn, might be an example.

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Historical figures who sported the Southern white suit included Creator/MarkTwain and Colonel Harlan Harland Sanders[[note]]The founder of Kentucky Fried Chicken [[/note]]; Chicken[[/note]]; but neither of them was particularly fat or particularly villainous. Mark Twain's satires of Southern aristocracy might have been the TropeCodifier here; Colonel Grangerford, from Literature/HuckleberryFinn, might be an example.
29th Jun '16 5:24:12 PM nombretomado
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Historical figures who sported the Southern white suit included Creator/MarkTwain and Colonel Harlan Sanders[[note]]The founder of Kentucky Fried Chicken [[/note]]; but neither of them was particularly fat or particularly villainous. Mark Twain's satires of Southern aristocracy might have been the TropeCodifier here; Colonel Grangerford, from HuckleberryFinn, might be an example.

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Historical figures who sported the Southern white suit included Creator/MarkTwain and Colonel Harlan Sanders[[note]]The founder of Kentucky Fried Chicken [[/note]]; but neither of them was particularly fat or particularly villainous. Mark Twain's satires of Southern aristocracy might have been the TropeCodifier here; Colonel Grangerford, from HuckleberryFinn, Literature/HuckleberryFinn, might be an example.
28th Apr '16 6:37:39 PM IndirectActiveTransport
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* Wrestling/JimCornette, who didn't like working people, or women and at the very least was very unconscious or apathetic to the concerns of black people and often wore a white suit. But he didn't get fat until a fall from a scaffold busted his knees.
9th Mar '16 11:10:07 AM JD2K
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* The father of the alligator SouthernBelle sisters from ''WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventuresHowISpentMyVacation''.

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* The father of the alligator SouthernBelle sisters from ''WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventuresHowISpentMyVacation''. Voiced by [[Series/TheDukesOfHazzard Boss Hogg]] (Sorrell Booke) himself, no less.
10th Feb '16 9:10:02 PM Willbyr
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The villainous FatSweatySouthernerInAWhiteSuit is a shameless glutton; the usual objects of his gluttony are mainstream Southern foods (sweet, fatty dishes which originated in the wet, cold, rainy Scottish Lowlands, and were definitely not adapted to suit the wet, hot, rainy Southern ones), but he's often found in association with gumbo, suggesting that he may have Cajun origins.

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The villainous FatSweatySouthernerInAWhiteSuit version is a shameless glutton; the usual objects of his gluttony are mainstream Southern foods (sweet, fatty dishes which originated in the wet, cold, rainy Scottish Lowlands, and were definitely not adapted to suit the wet, hot, rainy Southern ones), but he's often found in association with gumbo, suggesting that he may have Cajun origins.



One occasionally sees an uncorrupt, or out-and-out heroic, character of this sort. They sometimes sell food; at other times, they, like the SouthernGentleman, are [[SimpleCountryLawyer lawyers]].


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One occasionally sees an uncorrupt, uncorrupt or out-and-out heroic, heroic character of this sort. They sometimes sell food; at other times, they, like the SouthernGentleman, are [[SimpleCountryLawyer lawyers]].

lawyers]].



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30th Jan '16 8:07:42 AM Kalmbach
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Historical figures who sported the Southern white suit included Creator/MarkTwain and Colonel Sanders[[note]]The founder of Kentucky Fried Chicken [[/note]]; but neither of them was particularly fat or particularly villainous. Mark Twain's satires of Southern aristocracy might have been the TropeCodifier here; Colonel Grangerford, from HuckleberryFinn, might be an example.

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Historical figures who sported the Southern white suit included Creator/MarkTwain and Colonel Harlan Sanders[[note]]The founder of Kentucky Fried Chicken [[/note]]; but neither of them was particularly fat or particularly villainous. Mark Twain's satires of Southern aristocracy might have been the TropeCodifier here; Colonel Grangerford, from HuckleberryFinn, might be an example.
8th Jan '16 12:21:00 PM DoctorCooper
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Since this is (more or less) a [[VillainTropes Villain Trope]], Administrivia/NoRealLifeExamplesPlease (More or less.)

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Since this is (more or less) a [[VillainTropes Villain Trope]], Administrivia/NoRealLifeExamplesPlease (More or less.)
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