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* ''Manga/AhMyGoddess'' has a human example, where ultra-popular 'School Queen' Sayoko's interest in Keichii originally stemmed from his complete disinterest in her.

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* ''Manga/AhMyGoddess'' has a ''Manga/AhMyGoddess'':
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human example, where ultra-popular 'School Queen' "School Queen" Sayoko's interest in Keichii originally stemmed from his complete disinterest in her.



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* ''TabletopGame/{{Risk}}: Legacy'' is a campaign-oriented version of the classic board game, with a series of envelopes that you're supposed to open over a series of fifteen games; they contain various items that affect the layout of the board, the abilities of the various factions, and other things that change how future games are played. There's one sealed envelope at the bottom of the box that simply reads "DO NOT OPEN. EVER". [[spoiler:The contents of this envelope vary between different copies of the game, whose effects include awakening ancient beings, unleashing a supervirus, or knocking the world out of orbit and introducing drastic weather conditions.]]
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* ''Defied'' in one ''ComicStrip/FoxTrot'' comic. The first panel shows the door to Jason's room, with a sign saying "Keep Out!" with a skull and crossbones on it. The next panel shows a sign added with an even graver warning, the third panel a third sign with an even graver one. The fourth panel shows Jason inside his room, sulking (with a bucket of water balanced on top of the door), saying, "Reverse psychology is overrated." (Of course, it's ''very'' likely that his siblings are simply wise to his tricks.)
* A ''NewspaperComics/NonSequitur'' strip shows a man in a hotel lobby looking at a sign that says, "Absolutely NO rhinoceroses allowed!!" The caption reads, "How to get everyone to suddenly want to own a rhinoceros."



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* ''Defied'' in one ''ComicStrip/FoxTrot'' comic. The first panel shows the door to Jason's room, with a sign saying "Keep Out!" with a skull and crossbones on it. The next panel shows a sign added with an even graver warning, the third panel a third sign with an even graver one. The fourth panel shows Jason inside his room, sulking (with a bucket of water balanced on top of the door), saying, "Reverse psychology is overrated." (Of course, it's ''very'' likely that his siblings are simply wise to his tricks.)
* A ''ComicStrip/NonSequitur'' strip shows a man in a hotel lobby looking at a sign that says, "Absolutely NO rhinoceroses allowed!!" The caption reads, "How to get everyone to suddenly want to own a rhinoceros."
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* The [[TropeNamer Trope Namer]] can be found in the [[Literature/TheBible Book of Genesis]] Chapter 3.

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* The [[TropeNamer Trope Namer]] TropeNamer can be found in the [[Literature/TheBible Book of Genesis]] Chapter 3.



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* One episode of ''Series/FatherTed'' featured two [[SchmuckBait big red shiny buttons]] beside each other in an airplane cockpit, labelled "Emergency" and "Dump Fuel". When [[ChekhovsGun first introduced]], and told not to push them, [[CloudCuckooLander Father Dougal]] finds they're irresistibly calling to him. Naturally, later in the show, an emergency occurs and he is told to press the "Emergency" button. Three guesses what goes wrong...
** To top it off, the Captain of the aeroplane does not know what pressing the button marked 'EMERGENCY' actually does as they've never had to press before. Those in the cockpit decide not to panic the passengers by telling them what's going on and just follow procedure and push the button. Unbeknowst on the flight deck the button triggers an alarm in the passenger section and the word 'EMERGENCY' comes up on all the displays and is repeated over-and-over on the PA system.

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* ''Series/FatherTed'':
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One episode of ''Series/FatherTed'' featured features two [[SchmuckBait big red shiny buttons]] beside each other in an airplane cockpit, labelled "Emergency" and "Dump Fuel". When [[ChekhovsGun first introduced]], and told not to push them, [[CloudCuckooLander [[{{Cloudcuckoolander}} Father Dougal]] finds they're irresistibly calling to him. Naturally, later in the show, an emergency occurs and he is told to press the "Emergency" button. Three guesses what goes wrong...
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wrong... To top it off, the Captain of the aeroplane does not know what pressing the button marked 'EMERGENCY' "EMERGENCY" actually does as they've never had to press before. Those in the cockpit decide not to panic the passengers by telling them what's going on and just follow procedure and push the button. Unbeknowst Unbeknownst on the flight deck the button triggers an alarm in the passenger section and the word 'EMERGENCY' "EMERGENCY" comes up on all the displays and is repeated over-and-over on the PA system.



* The Rev. Eric Camden of ''Series/SeventhHeaven'' points out in one episode that ever since his wife put him on a diet, all he wants to do is eat.
** Yeah, but that could also be because he's ''hungry''.
** This is actually why a lot of [[TruthInTelevision diets fail in real life]]. It's not healthy to think of food (of any sort, unhealthy or not) as forbidden, or to think of occasionally eating the wrong food as "cheating" or "slipping up." That kind of thinking leads to people just plain giving up on dieting.
* ''Series/MalcolmInTheMiddle'': Malcolm and Reese find a door with a sign saying it's for authorized personnel only AND "forbidden". Malcolm is hesitant but Reese sways him with "They wouldn't put something like that up unless there was something really bitching on the other side." Malcolm turns to the camera and says "I can't find a flaw in his logic."
** The next scene the two are hauled by a security guard. While Malcolm openly blames Reese, he admits that "It was pretty bitching" making this a bit of a subversion. While they did end up disciplined for their antic, considering the lives of the cast, this case seems to be more an acceptable consequence.

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* The Rev. Eric Camden of ''Series/SeventhHeaven'' points out in one episode that ever since his wife put him on a diet, all he wants to do is eat.
** Yeah, but that could also be because he's ''hungry''.
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eat. This is actually why a lot of [[TruthInTelevision diets fail in real life]]. It's not healthy to think of food (of any sort, unhealthy or not) as forbidden, or to think of occasionally eating the wrong food as "cheating" or "slipping up." That kind of thinking leads to people just plain giving up on dieting.
* ''Series/MalcolmInTheMiddle'': Malcolm and Reese find a door with a sign saying it's for authorized personnel only AND "forbidden". Malcolm is hesitant but Reese sways him with "They wouldn't put something like that up unless there was something really bitching on the other side." Malcolm turns to the camera and says "I can't find a flaw in his logic."
**
" The next scene the two are hauled by a security guard. While Malcolm openly blames Reese, he admits that "It was pretty bitching" making this a bit of a subversion. While they did end up disciplined for their antic, considering the lives of the cast, this case seems to be more an acceptable consequence.



* Season three of ''Series/{{Heroes}}'' introduces Hiro by him watching a video will of his father Kaito telling him he just inherited a safe, and never to open the safe, or the world may end. The very next thing Hiro does is open it.
** Kaito apparently expected nothing less of his son, seeing that [[spoiler:the safe contains a note telling Hiro to unpause the video, in which Kaito immediately goes '[[TheTapeKnewYouWouldSayThat I told you not to open it!]]']]
* In the ''Series/DoctorWho'' episode "The Impossible Planet", the Doctor, when confronted with a large pit, in the centre of a planet referred to as Hell, which is in orbit around a black hole, with the Devil attacking, discusses with a scientist why they have an urge to jump down the pit, and how the feeling is. [[spoiler: The Doctor resists at first, but later has no choice but to absail down. When he runs out of rope but not pit, he gives into the temptation to fall. However, the Forbidden Fruit in this instance is good- if he hadn't given in, the {{Satan}}-like alien would have been able to escape and take over the universe.]]

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* Season three of ''Series/{{Heroes}}'' introduces Hiro by him watching a video will of his father Kaito telling him he just inherited a safe, and never to open the safe, or the world may end. The very next thing Hiro does is open it.
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it. Kaito apparently expected nothing less of his son, seeing that [[spoiler:the safe contains a note telling Hiro to unpause the video, in which Kaito immediately goes '[[TheTapeKnewYouWouldSayThat "[[TheTapeKnewYouWouldSayThat I told you not to open it!]]']]
it!]]"]]
* ''Series/DoctorWho'':
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In the ''Series/DoctorWho'' episode "The Impossible Planet", the Doctor, when confronted with a large pit, in the centre of a planet referred to as Hell, which is in orbit around a black hole, with the Devil attacking, discusses with a scientist why they have an urge to jump down the pit, and how the feeling is. [[spoiler: The [[spoiler:The Doctor resists at first, but later has no choice but to absail abseil down. When he runs out of rope but not pit, he gives into the temptation to fall. However, the Forbidden Fruit in this instance is good- good -- if he hadn't given in, the {{Satan}}-like alien would have been able to escape and take over the universe.]]



--> '''The Doctor:''' ...And how am I gonna react when I see this? A great, big, threatening button. A great, big, threatening button which must not be pressed under any circumstances, am I right? Looks like some sort of control matrix. [...] I really don't know who I am. I don't know when to stop. So if I see a great, big, threatening button which should never ever ever be pressed, then I just want to do this: ''[presses button]''

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--> '''The --->'''The Doctor:''' ...And how am I gonna react when I see this? A great, big, threatening button. A great, big, threatening button which must not be pressed under any circumstances, am I right? Looks like some sort of control matrix. [...] I really don't know who I am. I don't know when to stop. So if I see a great, big, threatening button which should never ever ever be pressed, then I just want to do this: ''[presses button]''



* "Series/LastManStanding" after Mandy turns 21 years old, she discovers that she doesn't like drinking wine as much as she did when she was underage and not legally allowed to consume it.

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* "Series/LastManStanding" after ''Series/LastManStanding'': After Mandy turns 21 years old, she discovers that she doesn't like drinking wine as much as she did when she was underage and not legally allowed to consume it.



* The "Parental Advisory" label put on some albums in America (and on American albums sold overseas), also known as the "Tipper Sticker" after the {{Moral Guardian|s}} who pushed for it. A number of people have observed that putting a Parental Advisory sticker on an album only makes young people want to listen to it more. Indeed, the design of the sticker has attained cult status, and can be found on T-shirts, signs, and similar paraphernalia.
** One such person was Creator/GeorgeCarlin, who entitled one of his albums ''Parental Advisory: Explicit Content''.

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* The "Parental Advisory" label put on some albums in America (and on American albums sold overseas), also known as the "Tipper Sticker" after the {{Moral Guardian|s}} who pushed for it. A number of people have observed that putting a Parental Advisory sticker on an album only makes young people want to listen to it more. Indeed, the design of the sticker has attained cult status, and can be found on T-shirts, signs, and similar paraphernalia.
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paraphernalia. One such person was Creator/GeorgeCarlin, who entitled one of his albums ''Parental Advisory: Explicit Content''.



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* The TropeNamer - the original Forbidden Fruit in the [[Literature/TheBible Garden of Eden]].

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* The TropeNamer - -- the original Forbidden Fruit in the [[Literature/TheBible Garden of Eden]].



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-->'''Old Guy in Tavern:''' There's an ancient ruin over yonder said to hold a terrible curse. Legend says that there are creatures in there that will drive you mad! Nobody who has ventured in has ever returned alive!
-->'''Adventuring Party:''' Thanks, old man. Next stop: Evil Ruins!
** Also any game where someone tells you "We used to use that path, but only [[WhoWouldBeStupidEnough a fool or a hero]] would go there now." Off we go, then.

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-->'''Old Guy in Tavern:''' There's an ancient ruin over yonder said to hold a terrible curse. Legend says that there are creatures in there that will drive you mad! Nobody who has ventured in has ever returned alive!
-->'''Adventuring
alive!\\
'''Adventuring
Party:''' Thanks, old man. Next stop: Evil Ruins!
** Also any game where someone tells you "We used to use that path, but only [[WhoWouldBeStupidEnough a fool or a hero]] would go there now." Off we go, then.
Ruins!



* In ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer}}'' and ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'', one of the ways [[TheChessmaster Tzeentch]] gains worshipers is to tempt mortals with the idea of knowledge forbidden by their leaders. It is invariably a BatmanGambit that ends with the person in Tzeentch's debt and forced to act as his pawn.
* In a ''MagicTheGathering'' article, Mark Rosewater used this to explain the goblin mentality, with a button and telling people [[SchmuckBait do not touch that button!]] [[spoiler:It would scramble the page.]]
* ''{{Everway}}'' supplement "Spherewalker Sourcebook", story "The Serpent of Ice". A magician who lives behind a waterfall tells a tribe of hunters that they can take all of the water they want from below the waterfall, but not to take any from the spring that feeds the waterfall. The chief of the tribe and her son decide to take water from the spring anyway, and the water turns into a serpent that kills the son.
* ''{{Risk}}: Legacy'' is a campaign-oriented version of the classic board game, with a series of envelopes that you're supposed to open over a series of fifteen games; they contain various items that affect the layout of the board, the abilities of the various factions, and other things that change how future games are played. There's one sealed envelope at the bottom of the box that simply reads "DO NOT OPEN. EVER". [[spoiler: The contents of this envelope vary between different copies of the game, whose effects include awakening ancient beings, unleashing a supervirus, or knocking the world out of orbit and introducing drastic weather conditions.]]

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* In ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer}}'' and ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'', ''TabletopGame/Warhammer40000'', one of the ways [[TheChessmaster Tzeentch]] gains worshipers is to tempt mortals with the idea of knowledge forbidden by their leaders. It is invariably a BatmanGambit that ends with the person in Tzeentch's debt and forced to act as his pawn.
* In a ''MagicTheGathering'' ''TabletopGame/MagicTheGathering'' article, Mark Rosewater used this to explain the goblin mentality, with a button and telling people [[SchmuckBait do not touch that button!]] [[spoiler:It would scramble the page.]]
* ''{{Everway}}'' ''TabletopGame/{{Everway}}'' supplement "Spherewalker Sourcebook", story "The Serpent of Ice". A magician who lives behind a waterfall tells a tribe of hunters that they can take all of the water they want from below the waterfall, but not to take any from the spring that feeds the waterfall. The chief of the tribe and her son decide to take water from the spring anyway, and the water turns into a serpent that kills the son.
* ''{{Risk}}: Legacy'' is a campaign-oriented version of the classic board game, with a series of envelopes that you're supposed to open over a series of fifteen games; they contain various items that affect the layout of the board, the abilities of the various factions, and other things that change how future games are played. There's one sealed envelope at the bottom of the box that simply reads "DO NOT OPEN. EVER". [[spoiler: The contents of this envelope vary between different copies of the game, whose effects include awakening ancient beings, unleashing a supervirus, or knocking the world out of orbit and introducing drastic weather conditions.]]
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--> '''Helen''': Aw, Phobia, I know the taboo of being with a slave ''seems'' exciting at first, but it all comes crashing down if ''my husband'' ever finds out who Sophia's ''real'' father is. You'll see someday this was all for the best.

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--> '''Helen''': -->'''Helen:''' Aw, Phobia, I know the taboo of being with a slave ''seems'' exciting at first, but it all comes crashing down if ''my husband'' ever finds out who Sophia's ''real'' father is. You'll see someday this was all for the best.



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* Wiki/TVTropes:
** The ever-unobtainable AllBlueEntry.
** We all know what happens when you invoke JustForFun/CandleJack, but none of us can ever resi
** Spoiler tags. Especially if it's a series you care about. You know you want to find out [[spoiler:nooooo! They killed your favorite character!!]]
** This is probably the main reason the WondrousLadiesRoom trope exists, and why so many things have fun subverting it or mocking it.
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* Subverted in a ''[[TheSimpsons Simpsons]]'' Halloween episode; when Homer sees the school thermostat with the note "Do not touch -- Willie" on it, he reads it as "Do not touch Willie", regards it as good advice, and promptly turns up the heat.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'':
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Subverted in a ''[[TheSimpsons Simpsons]]'' Halloween episode; when Homer sees the school thermostat with the note "Do not touch -- Willie" on it, he reads it as "Do not touch Willie", regards it as good advice, and promptly turns up the heat.



* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'', Professor Farnsworth creates a box with [[spoiler: another universe]] inside and orders Leela to guard it. Of course, this "forces" Bender and Fry to immediately make every effort to steal the box. Leela distracts them with a decoy filled with booze and tangled Christmas tree lights, but then finally succumbs to temptation herself and looks in the real box.
** Farnsworth: "No matter what happens, no matter how great your curiosity, you are forbidden to look inside this box. '''Forbidden!''' [[InvokedTrope Pretty tantalizing though...]]"

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* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'', Professor Farnsworth creates a box with [[spoiler: another [[spoiler:another universe]] inside and orders Leela to guard it. Of course, this "forces" Bender and Fry to immediately make every effort to steal the box. Leela distracts them with a decoy filled with booze and tangled Christmas tree lights, but then finally succumbs to temptation herself and looks in the real box.
** Farnsworth: "No -->'''Farnsworth:''' No matter what happens, no matter how great your curiosity, you are forbidden to look inside this box. '''Forbidden!''' [[InvokedTrope Pretty tantalizing though...]]"]]



* Straight from the first episode of ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'', it is made clear that one thing you do ''not'' do if you want to stay on Raven's good side is go in her room. The other members of the team are actually able to resist doing so until the episode "Nevermore", where Beast Boy and Cyborg enter by accident, and then find out why... She had ''dangerous'' stuff in there.
** In fact, the stuff in her room even makes ''her'' nervous sometimes. In "Fear Itself", she wakes up after having a nightmare, looks around nervously, and says, "Maybe I should consider redecorating..."

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* Straight from the first episode of ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'', it is made clear that one thing you do ''not'' do if you want to stay on Raven's good side is go in her room. The other members of the team are actually able to resist doing so until the episode "Nevermore", where Beast Boy and Cyborg enter by accident, and then find out why... She had has ''dangerous'' stuff in there.
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there. In fact, the stuff in her room even makes ''her'' nervous sometimes. In "Fear Itself", she wakes up after having a nightmare, looks around nervously, and says, "Maybe I should consider redecorating..."



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* The ever-unobtainable AllBlueEntry.
* We all know what happens when you invoke JustForFun/CandleJack, but none of us can ever resi
* Spoiler tags. Especially if it's a series you care about. You know you want to find out [[spoiler:nooooo! They killed your favorite character!!]]
* This is probably the main reason the WondrousLadiesRoom trope exists, and why so many things have fun subverting it or mocking it.
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* The ever-unobtainable AllBlueEntry.
* We all know what happens when you invoke JustForFun/CandleJack, but none of us can ever resi
* Spoiler tags. Especially if it's a series you care about. You know you want to find out [[spoiler:nooooo! They killed your favorite character!!]]
* This is probably the main reason the WondrousLadiesRoom trope exists, and why so many things have fun subverting it or mocking it.
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15th Jul '16 11:50:15 PM jormis29
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Forbidden Fruit is a person, place, or thing absolutely irresistible to one or more characters, whose appeal lies solely in the fact it has been [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment forbidden, prohibited, and declared unquestionably off limits]]. They feel they must have it only because they know they can't or shouldn't have it. Frequently takes the form of a [[SealedEvilInACan Pandora's Box]] they are not to open, a BigRedButton they are not to press, an experiment they are not to mess with, a person they are not allowed to be with, or [[TurnOutLikeHisFather even hear about]], a potion they are not to taste under any circumstances, or [[ForbiddenZone a place nobody is supposed to ever visit]].

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Forbidden Fruit is a person, place, or thing absolutely irresistible to one or more characters, whose appeal lies solely in the fact it has been [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment forbidden, prohibited, and declared unquestionably off limits]]. They feel they must have it only because they know they can't or shouldn't have it. Frequently takes the form of a PandorasBox they are [[SealedEvilInACan Pandora's Box]] they are not to open, open]], a BigRedButton they are not to press, an experiment they are not to mess with, a person they are not allowed to be with, or [[TurnOutLikeHisFather even hear about]], a potion they are not to taste under any circumstances, or [[ForbiddenZone a place nobody is supposed to ever visit]].
15th Jul '16 9:11:56 PM Brian_Boris
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Forbidden Fruit is a person, place, or thing absolutely irresistible to one or more characters, whose appeal lies solely in the fact it has been [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment forbidden, prohibited, and declared unquestionably off limits]]. They feel they must have it only because they know they can't or shouldn't have it. Frequently takes the form of a [[SealedEvilInACan Pandora's Box]] you are not to open, a BigRedButton you are not to press, an experiment you are not to mess with, a person you are not allowed to be with, or [[TurnOutLikeHisFather even hear about]], a potion you are not to taste under any circumstances, or [[ForbiddenZone a place nobody is supposed to ever visit]].

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Forbidden Fruit is a person, place, or thing absolutely irresistible to one or more characters, whose appeal lies solely in the fact it has been [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment forbidden, prohibited, and declared unquestionably off limits]]. They feel they must have it only because they know they can't or shouldn't have it. Frequently takes the form of a [[SealedEvilInACan Pandora's Box]] you they are not to open, a BigRedButton you they are not to press, an experiment you they are not to mess with, a person you they are not allowed to be with, or [[TurnOutLikeHisFather even hear about]], a potion you they are not to taste under any circumstances, or [[ForbiddenZone a place nobody is supposed to ever visit]].
13th Jul '16 12:28:19 AM PaulA
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* Deliberately invoked in the Creator/VCAndrews ''Casteel'' series, Heaven moves in with her grandmother and her grandmother's husband, Tony Tatterton. Tony allows her to live with them on several conditions, one of which is that she stay away from his brother Troy. Heaven ignores this, and she and Troy end up falling in love. When Tony finds out, he admits that he'd been hoping that might happen and that the reason he'd forbidden her to have any contact with Troy was because "the forbidden fruit is often the sweetest." [[spoiler: Then this trope hits again, hard, when it's revealed that Tony is Heaven's real father, making Troy her uncle]].

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* Deliberately invoked in the Creator/VCAndrews ''Casteel'' series, ''[[Literature/TheCasteelSeries Casteel]]'' series: Heaven moves in with her grandmother and her grandmother's husband, Tony Tatterton. Tony allows her to live with them on several conditions, one of which is that she stay away from his brother Troy. Heaven ignores this, and she and Troy end up falling in love. When Tony finds out, he admits that he'd been hoping that might happen and that the reason he'd forbidden her to have any contact with Troy was because "the forbidden fruit is often the sweetest." [[spoiler: Then [[spoiler:Then this trope hits again, hard, when it's revealed that Tony is Heaven's real father, making Troy her uncle]].
28th Jun '16 8:45:37 AM WriterGirl2015
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* Yuu is this [[FoeYay for Ferid]] in ''Manga/SeraphOfTheEnd''. He's an important part of the Seraph of the end experiment and its considered taboo to interfere with the vampires plans for them, it's also illegal for them to drink blood directly from humans, and drinking blood is considered to give both the biter and the one getting bitten a feeling of immoral pleasure. [[LikeYouWouldReallyDoIt Guess what Ferid does to Yuu in chapter 46.]] The fanbook also states his greatest fantasy is sucking Guren's blood when he's at the height of his glory before Guren's comrades.

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* Yuu is and Mika are this [[FoeYay for Ferid]] in ''Manga/SeraphOfTheEnd''. He's They're an important part of the Seraph of the end experiment and its considered taboo to interfere with the vampires plans for them, it's also illegal for them to drink blood directly from humans, and drinking blood is considered to give both the biter and the one getting bitten a feeling of immoral pleasure. [[LikeYouWouldReallyDoIt Guess what Ferid does to Yuu in chapter 46.]] 46]] and also his biting of Mika which Mika lampshades as being illegal. The fanbook also states his greatest fantasy is sucking Guren's blood when he's at the height of his glory before Guren's comrades.
28th Jun '16 8:21:56 AM sorako
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* ''SakuraGari'': The one person Souma finds himself truly falling in love with is the only person who has absolutely no interest in him. As a matter of fact, it's addressed that the main reason he fell in love with Masataka was because Masataka was "different from the others." And Souma, of course, unaccustomed to not getting sex from someone he wants, [[spoiler: proceeds to tie Masataka up and rape him repeatedly]].

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* ''SakuraGari'': ''Manga/SakuraGari'': The one person Souma finds himself truly falling in love with is the only person who has absolutely no interest in him. As a matter of fact, it's addressed that the main reason he fell in love with Masataka was because Masataka was "different from the others." And Souma, of course, unaccustomed to not getting sex from someone he wants, [[spoiler: proceeds to tie Masataka up and rape him repeatedly]].



* [[DepravedBisexual Marube]] of ''Manga/{{Yuureitou}}'' wants to sleep with his adopted transgender male son Tetsuo and lusts after him and also molests his adoptive daughter. He also tries to rape Taichi, molests him when he's DisguisedInDrag, and has him dress in drag in the first place. He states his reasons for doing all this is because he gets off from it.

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* [[DepravedBisexual Marube]] of ''Manga/{{Yuureitou}}'' wants to sleep with his adopted transgender male son Tetsuo and lusts after him and also molests his adoptive daughter. He also tries to rape Taichi, molests him when he's DisguisedInDrag, and has him dress in drag in the first place. He states his reasons for doing all this is because he gets off from it.
17th Jun '16 10:44:42 AM 0nyx
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Can also be seen in {{shipping}}; people like pairings with DefectingForLove, HoYay, incest, etc. ''because'' it breaks taboo.
7th Jun '16 4:18:32 PM WriterGirl2015
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* [[DepravedBisexual Marube]] of ''Manga/{{Yuureitou}}'' wants to sleep with his adopted transgender male son Tetsuo and lusts after him and also molests his adoptive daughter.

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* [[DepravedBisexual Marube]] of ''Manga/{{Yuureitou}}'' wants to sleep with his adopted transgender male son Tetsuo and lusts after him and also molests his adoptive daughter. He also tries to rape Taichi, molests him when he's DisguisedInDrag, and has him dress in drag in the first place. He states his reasons for doing all this is because he gets off from it.
7th Jun '16 4:17:15 PM WriterGirl2015
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* [[DepravedBisexual Marube]] of ''Manga/{{Yuureitou}}'' wants to sleep with his adopted transgender male son Tetsuo and lusts after him and also molests his adoptive daughter.
7th Jun '16 4:14:06 PM WriterGirl2015
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* Yuu is this [[FoeYay for Ferid]] in ''Manga/SeraphOfTheEnd''. He's an important part of the Seraph of the end experiment and its considered taboo to interfere with the vampires plans for them, it's also illegal for them to drink blood directly from humans, and drinking blood is considered to give both the biter and the one getting bitten a feeling of immoral pleasure. [[LikeYouWouldReallyDoIt Guess what Ferid does to Yuu in chapter 46.]] The fanbook also states his greatest fantasy is sucking Guren's blood when he's at the height of his glory before Guren's comrades.
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