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12th Apr '16 1:15:40 PM jamespolk
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* ''Theatre/CraigsWife'': Harriet admits straight up that she married her husband because she wanted a rich household and Mr. Craig had money. Her motives are explained--her father divorced her mother for a second wife, leaving Harriet and her mother and sister with nothing--but she is still a cold and villainous character.
5th Apr '16 11:20:54 PM PaulA
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* Two show up in the ''Magic and Malice'' duology by Patricia C Wrede. The one in the first book is a man who is hoping to marry his sister's wealthy ward in order to pay off his debts (Unfortunately, the siblings forgot to tell the girl about this plan, and she elopes with someone else). The one in the second book is a beautiful woman from an impoverished family hoping to get a wealthy husband so she can remain a figure in Society. Her primary target (The male lead) is engaged to someone else (The female lead) by the end of the story. No mention is made of whether or not she snared the other man she was aiming for. The female lead of the duology, despite having started as a street urchin and ending about to be married to a gentleman of means, is not one (If she had been, she would have married the Marquis rather than the title-less gentleman).

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* Two show up in the ''Magic and Malice'' ''Literature/MairelonTheMagician'' duology by Patricia C Wrede. Creator/PatriciaCWrede.
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The one in the first book is a man who is hoping to marry his sister's wealthy ward in order to pay off his debts debts. (Unfortunately, the siblings forgot to tell the girl about this plan, and she elopes with someone else). else.)
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The one in the second book is a beautiful woman from an impoverished family hoping to get a wealthy husband so she can remain a figure in Society. Her primary target (The (the male lead) is engaged to someone else (The (the female lead) by the end of the story. No mention is made of whether or not she snared the other man she was aiming for. for.
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The female lead of the duology, despite having started as a street urchin and ending about to be married to a gentleman of means, is not one (If (if she had been, she would have married the Marquis rather than the title-less gentleman).
4th Apr '16 11:07:38 AM erforce
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* Burke's fiancee[[note]]played by a pre-Morticia Carolyn Jones[[/note]] in ''Film/HouseOfWax''. {{Justified}} that during TheGildedAge (the film's time setting) this was perceived as totally normal.

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* Burke's fiancee[[note]]played by a pre-Morticia Carolyn Jones[[/note]] in ''Film/HouseOfWax''.''Film/HouseOfWax1953''. {{Justified}} that during TheGildedAge (the film's time setting) this was perceived as totally normal.
2nd Apr '16 7:03:39 PM buttsmcbutt
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* Usagi's motivation for being Sophie's manager in ''VideoGame/PriPara''. He rides on Sophie's stardom just so he can get some for himself. He even sees Sophie as useless without her pickled plums.
26th Mar '16 5:34:18 AM EarsplittingLepidopteran
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* OnePiece's main female character the beautiful (But greedy) Nami is always trying get her hands gold and treasure, her love for wealth is mainly because of her growing up in poverty a DarkAndTroubledPast style. While she is greedy she says she never sell out a friend no matter what the price and is evening willingly to give up her treasure to save a friend sold into slavery, truly AFriendInNeed.

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* OnePiece's main female character the beautiful (But greedy) Nami is always trying get her hands on gold and treasure, her love for wealth is mainly because of her growing up in poverty poverty, a DarkAndTroubledPast style. DarkAndTroubledPast. While she is greedy she says she she'll never sell out a friend no matter what the price and is evening willingly to give up her treasure to save a friend sold into slavery, truly AFriendInNeed.
26th Mar '16 5:32:33 AM EarsplittingLepidopteran
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* "OnePiece"'s main female character the beautiful (But greedy) Nami is always trying get her hands gold and treasure, her love for wealth is mainly because of her growing up in poverty a DarkAndTroubledPast style. While she is greedy she says she never sell out a friend no matter what the price and is evening willingly to give up her treasure to save a friend sold into slavery, truly AFriendInNeed.

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* "OnePiece"'s OnePiece's main female character the beautiful (But greedy) Nami is always trying get her hands gold and treasure, her love for wealth is mainly because of her growing up in poverty a DarkAndTroubledPast style. While she is greedy she says she never sell out a friend no matter what the price and is evening willingly to give up her treasure to save a friend sold into slavery, truly AFriendInNeed.
26th Mar '16 5:31:40 AM EarsplittingLepidopteran
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"One Piece"'s main female character the beautiful (But greedy) Nami is always trying get her hands gold and treasure, her love for wealth is mainly because of her growing up in poverty a DarkAndTroubledPast style. While she is greedy she says she never sell out a friend no matter what the price and is evening willingly to give up her treasure to save a friend sold into slavery, truly AFriendInNeed.

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"One Piece"'s *"OnePiece"'s main female character the beautiful (But greedy) Nami is always trying get her hands gold and treasure, her love for wealth is mainly because of her growing up in poverty a DarkAndTroubledPast style. While she is greedy she says she never sell out a friend no matter what the price and is evening willingly to give up her treasure to save a friend sold into slavery, truly AFriendInNeed.
26th Mar '16 5:30:18 AM EarsplittingLepidopteran
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"One Piece"'s main female character the beautiful (But greedy) Nami is always trying get her hands gold and treasure, her love for wealth is mainly because of her growing up in poverty a DarkAndTroubledPast style. While she is greedy she says she never sell out a friend no matter what the price and is evening willingly to give up her treasure to save a friend sold into slavery, truly AFriendInNeed.


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24th Mar '16 2:08:07 PM nombretomado
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* Tracey Barlow in CoronationStreet dates her grandmothers boyfriend believing him to be a millionaire but later finds out he is lying about being rich

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* Tracey Barlow in CoronationStreet ''Series/CoronationStreet'' dates her grandmothers boyfriend believing him to be a millionaire but later finds out he is lying about being rich
21st Mar '16 3:59:26 AM Adept
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* Subverted in ''HanaYoriDango''. One of the reasons why Tsukushi Makino attends the ''very'' elite Eitoku Academy school is her parents's wish to have her marrying a rich guy who'll pull them out of their PerpetualPoverty. Tsukushi, however, is a {{Tsundere}} PluckyGirl who will have ''none'' of it, engaging into SlapSlapKiss dynamics with the male lead Tsukasa.

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* Subverted in ''HanaYoriDango''.''Manga/HanaYoriDango''. One of the reasons why Tsukushi Makino attends the ''very'' elite Eitoku Academy school is her parents's wish to have her marrying a rich guy who'll pull them out of their PerpetualPoverty. Tsukushi, however, is a {{Tsundere}} PluckyGirl who will have ''none'' of it, engaging into SlapSlapKiss dynamics with the male lead Tsukasa.
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