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14th Mar '18 6:33:50 PM vexusdylandasecond
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* ''WebAnimation/{{Dreamscape}}'': Ethan is very chatty and lively...but its only to make him more unnerving.
7th Mar '18 3:12:37 PM ClownPrince47
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* [[BigBad Randall Silva]] from ''Fanfic/AnEmeraldUnearthed'' fits this to a T. He is a ruthless LoanShark and complete scumbag, but he always behaves in a jovial and friendly manner. He always provides [[DeadpanSnarker sarcastic comments]] to pretend to be a lighthearted person even when he threatens loved ones for not making payments. Emerald describes him as a man who would kill you with a smile on his face.
1st Mar '18 11:12:19 AM troodos
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* To those she actually sees worthy of respect, ComicBook/LadyShiva is actually incredibly polite, and even cracks jokes on occasion. But even her closest allies are keenly aware that she would kill or even torture them in an instant if it suited her purposes, or even if she just gets bored.
24th Jan '18 4:26:52 AM Cryoclaste
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* Wrestling/ChrisJericho ''was'' this trope while performing his [[NoCountryForOldMen "Anton Chigurh"]] tribute gimmick from 2008 to 2010.

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* Wrestling/ChrisJericho ''was'' this trope while performing his [[NoCountryForOldMen [[Film/NoCountryForOldMen "Anton Chigurh"]] tribute gimmick from 2008 to 2010.
18th Jan '18 9:07:23 AM Woodrobin
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** Mr. Hyde, whilst not evil, is a perfect example of this with his BlueAndOrangeMorality, frequent [[ShootTheDog dog shooting]], and his PoisonousFriend attitude. The most notable example of this is where he maintains a polite demeanor, observes the London cityscape, and discusses how lucky and chipper he feels [[spoiler:whilst he pummels and rapes Griffin because he assaulted Mina]]. This is then further added to in a later scene, where he maintains a conversation even when he notices that [[spoiler:he is covered in the gradually appearing invisible man's blood (due to his recent demise)]]. He even deserves bonus points considering that, upon seeing the [[YouDoNOTWantToknow horrific aftermath]] of the above event, [[EvenEvilHasStandards Captain Nemo tries to kill Hyde in disgust]] whilst Hyde [[PsychoForHire continues eating his dinner.]]

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** Mr. Hyde, whilst not evil, is a perfect example of this with his BlueAndOrangeMorality, frequent [[ShootTheDog dog shooting]], and his PoisonousFriend attitude. The most notable example of this is where he maintains a polite demeanor, observes the London cityscape, and discusses how lucky and chipper he feels [[spoiler:whilst he pummels and rapes Griffin because he assaulted Mina]]. This is then further added to in a later scene, where he maintains a conversation even when he notices that [[spoiler:he is covered in the gradually appearing invisible man's blood (due to his recent demise)]]. He even deserves bonus points considering that, upon seeing the [[YouDoNOTWantToknow horrific aftermath]] of the above event, [[EvenEvilHasStandards Captain Nemo tries to kill Hyde in disgust]] whilst Hyde [[PsychoForHire continues eating his dinner.]]]] Of note, he appeared to be pantomiming eating dinner up until then, [[spoiler: because the main course was Griffin's leg which, like his blood, only became visible after he died]].
6th Jan '18 2:52:19 PM DaibhidC
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* In ''Radio/CabinPressure'', when the pilots first meet Gordon Shappey, he comes across as friendly enough, despite what Carolyn and Arthur have been telling them. (Martin even makes the mistake of telling Carolyn "He didn't seem too bad", before hastily ammending it to "Didn't ''seem'' too bad, but he obviously ''is'' awful.") As soon as the actual negotiations start, he shows himself to be utterly vindictive, culminating in a KickTheDog moment when he throws an extremely nervous Arthur's gift back in his face out of sheer spite.

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* In ''Radio/CabinPressure'', when the pilots first meet Gordon Shappey, he comes across as friendly enough, despite what Carolyn and Arthur have been telling them. (Martin even makes the mistake of telling Carolyn "He didn't seem too bad", before hastily ammending amending it to "Didn't ''seem'' too bad, but he obviously ''is'' awful.") As soon as the actual negotiations start, he shows himself to be utterly vindictive, culminating in a KickTheDog moment when he throws an extremely nervous Arthur's gift back in his face out of sheer spite.
6th Jan '18 2:51:49 PM DaibhidC
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* In ''Radio/CabinPressure'', when the pilots first meet Gordon Shappey, he comes across as friendly enough, despite what Caroline and Arthur have been telling them. (Martin even makes the mistake of telling Caroline "He didn't seem too bad", before hastily ammending it to "Didn't ''seem'' too bad, but he obviously ''is'' awful.) As soon as the actual negotiations start, he shows himself to be utterly vindictive, culminating in a KickTheDog moment when he throws an extremely nervous Arthur's gift back in his face out of sheer spite.

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* In ''Radio/CabinPressure'', when the pilots first meet Gordon Shappey, he comes across as friendly enough, despite what Caroline Carolyn and Arthur have been telling them. (Martin even makes the mistake of telling Caroline Carolyn "He didn't seem too bad", before hastily ammending it to "Didn't ''seem'' too bad, but he obviously ''is'' awful.) ") As soon as the actual negotiations start, he shows himself to be utterly vindictive, culminating in a KickTheDog moment when he throws an extremely nervous Arthur's gift back in his face out of sheer spite.
6th Jan '18 2:51:01 PM DaibhidC
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* In ''Radio/CabinPressure'', when the pilots first meet Gordon Shappey, he comes across as friendly enough, despite what Caroline and Arthur have been telling them. (Martin even makes the mistake of telling Caroline "He didn't seem too bad", before hastily ammending it to "Didn't ''seem'' too bad, but he obviously ''is'' awful.) As soon as the actual negotiations start, he shows himself to be utterly vindictive, culminating in a KickTheDog moment when he throws an extremely nervous Arthur's gift back in his face out of sheer spite.
10th Nov '17 7:08:44 PM AnotherEpicFail
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** [[Literature/SilenceOfTheLambs Hannibal Lecter]] deliberately remains completely calm throughout his battle as part of his attempt to [[BreakThemByTalking break]] UsefulNotes/JackTheRipper [[BreakThemByTalking by talking.]] He almost drops the act when Jack points out he's a fictional character, but manages to compose himself before it's time for his verse.

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** [[Literature/SilenceOfTheLambs [[Literature/TheSilenceOfTheLambs Hannibal Lecter]] deliberately remains completely calm throughout his battle as part of his attempt to [[BreakThemByTalking break]] UsefulNotes/JackTheRipper [[BreakThemByTalking by talking.]] He almost drops the act when Jack points out he's a fictional character, but manages to compose himself before it's time for his verse.
15th Oct '17 11:12:14 PM Loekman3
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* ''WebVideo/DragonBallAbridged'':

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