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20th Apr '16 9:54:15 AM FF32
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* Michael from ''Series/{{Zoey101}}'' once made a bet that required him not to say words containing the letter "S". This lead to trouble with his crush, Vanessa.
-->'''Michael:''' Hey! Hey... y-you!
-->'''Vanessa:''' ''(eyes him confusedly, then walks away)''



* Characters in ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'' never refer to the player character by the [[HelloInsertNameHere name the player chose]], instead calling them (the) human, child, kid, etc. The lone exception to this rule is Flowey. [[spoiler: It eventually turns out that this is because the player did not name the player character, but the "Fallen Child", who resembled the PC enough for their former friend Flowey to be mistaken. The other characters genuinely didn't know the PC's real name: Frisk.]]



** Elodie was the one who GAVE him the nickname by accident in fact, refering to him as "le garcon" ("the boy") in some provided backstory when she first visited on an exchange.

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** Elodie was the one who GAVE him the nickname by accident in fact, refering referring to him as "le garcon" ("the boy") in some provided backstory when she first visited on an exchange.



* This occurs repeatedly in ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'', [[spoiler: The Exiles always refer to the players as "Boy" or "Girl".]]

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* This occurs repeatedly in ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'', [[spoiler: The as the Exiles always refer to the their players as "Boy" or "Girl".]]"Girl". The Wayward Vagabond eventually starts calling John by name after reading a book on human etiquette.



* [[{{Jerkass}} Eustace]] only refers to ''WesternAniamtion/CourageTheCowardlyDog'' as "dog", or more commonly, "stupid dog".

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* [[{{Jerkass}} Eustace]] only refers to ''WesternAniamtion/CourageTheCowardlyDog'' ''WesternAnimation/CourageTheCowardlyDog'' as "dog", or more commonly, "stupid dog".
9th Apr '16 11:51:41 PM 10-13-2
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* ''{{Zootopia}}'': Nick keeps calling Judy "Carrots" even after he learns her real name.


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** Homer also gives Frank Grimes this treatment in the one episode in which he appears, calling him "Grimey" instead of "Frank" or even "Grimes."
8th Apr '16 10:37:06 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''PhilOfTheFuture'' had an episode where Pim says 'Hey! You with the face!' as she tries to get there attention.

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* ''PhilOfTheFuture'' ''Series/PhilOfTheFuture'' had an episode where Pim says 'Hey! You with the face!' as she tries to get there attention.



* From ''HomeImprovement'', Tim gets addressed by his father-in-law as "hey, you". He's not happy about it.

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* From ''HomeImprovement'', ''Series/HomeImprovement'', Tim gets addressed by his father-in-law as "hey, you". He's not happy about it.



* ''ThirdWatch'': In the PilotEpisode, we have this exchange:

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* ''ThirdWatch'': ''Series/ThirdWatch'': In the PilotEpisode, we have this exchange:



* [[TheAlcoholic Father Jack]] from ''FatherTed'' usually only speaks in [[PunctuatedForEmphasis punctuated interjections]] and [[SirSwearsALot obscenities]]. One of the few times he actually tries to get someone's attention is in Series 2's "The Plague".

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* [[TheAlcoholic Father Jack]] from ''FatherTed'' ''Series/FatherTed'' usually only speaks in [[PunctuatedForEmphasis punctuated interjections]] and [[SirSwearsALot obscenities]]. One of the few times he actually tries to get someone's attention is in Series 2's "The Plague".



* In ''[[TwentyFour 24's]]'' Day Five, [[BigBad President Logan]] has Special Agent Aaron Pierce tied up and demands that he keep silent about his role as the mastermind of the day's events or be killed. Pierce responds by calling Logan a traitor to his country and a disgrace to his office and that he vows to make him face justice, and caps it all by asking "Is there anything else...''Charles?''". Remember, this is a Secret Service Agent saying this to the ''President of the United States''.

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* In ''[[TwentyFour 24's]]'' ''Series/TwentyFour'' Day Five, [[BigBad President Logan]] has Special Agent Aaron Pierce tied up and demands that he keep silent about his role as the mastermind of the day's events or be killed. Pierce responds by calling Logan a traitor to his country and a disgrace to his office and that he vows to make him face justice, and caps it all by asking "Is there anything else...''Charles?''". Remember, this is a Secret Service Agent saying this to the ''President of the United States''.
14th Mar '16 2:12:38 PM Prfnoff
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* Kurogane of ''TsubasaReservoirChronicle'', being the gruffy guy he is, never calls anyone by their name, not only his pseudo-son and daughter but even Fai (who is his canon ''LoveInterest'', mind you) and the '''Emperess of Nihon'''. Well, everyone but [[LadyAndKnight Tomoyo]], though he never uses Keigo which is rather impolite (read: extremely rude). Souma is constantly on his case about it, too.

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* Kurogane of ''TsubasaReservoirChronicle'', ''Manga/TsubasaReservoirChronicle'', being the gruffy guy he is, never calls anyone by their name, not only his pseudo-son and daughter but even Fai (who is his canon ''LoveInterest'', mind you) and the '''Emperess of Nihon'''. Well, everyone but [[LadyAndKnight Tomoyo]], though he never uses Keigo which is rather impolite (read: extremely rude). Souma is constantly on his case about it, too.



* In IkkiTousen, Hakufu usually refers to others by cutesy nicknames derived from their names: "Gaku-chan" for Gakushuu, "Mou-chan" for Ryomou, "Ryu-chan" for Ryuubi, "Fu-chin" for Ryoufu, "Ton-chan" for Kakouton, "U-chan" for Ukitsu, and so forth. The only ones she refers to by name are her adoptive sister Chuubou and her cousin Koukin.

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* In IkkiTousen, ''Manga/IkkiTousen'', Hakufu usually refers to others by cutesy nicknames derived from their names: "Gaku-chan" for Gakushuu, "Mou-chan" for Ryomou, "Ryu-chan" for Ryuubi, "Fu-chin" for Ryoufu, "Ton-chan" for Kakouton, "U-chan" for Ukitsu, and so forth. The only ones she refers to by name are her adoptive sister Chuubou and her cousin Koukin.



* Ban in ''GetBackers'' tends to address Ginji's friends with mean nicknames, such as monkey-trainer for Shido and [[RazorFloss thread-spool]] for Kazuki. (Although different translators use different names: Creator/ADVFilms used "monkey boy" and "thread spinner", while Tokyopop uses "string-boy".) A flashback reveals that Ban originally had one of these for ''Ginji'' (lightning brat), before they got used to each other. Himiko mostly calls Ginji "you" (if she speaks to him at all) and thinks of him by his full name.
* In ''CromartieHighSchool'', both Kamiyama and Hayashida call Hokuto's henchman this, prompting him to try to [[TheUnreveal reveal his name to them without any success.]]

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* Ban in ''GetBackers'' ''Manga/GetBackers'' tends to address Ginji's friends with mean nicknames, such as monkey-trainer for Shido and [[RazorFloss thread-spool]] for Kazuki. (Although different translators use different names: Creator/ADVFilms used "monkey boy" and "thread spinner", while Tokyopop uses "string-boy".) A flashback reveals that Ban originally had one of these for ''Ginji'' (lightning brat), before they got used to each other. Himiko mostly calls Ginji "you" (if she speaks to him at all) and thinks of him by his full name.
* In ''CromartieHighSchool'', ''Manga/CromartieHighSchool'', both Kamiyama and Hayashida call Hokuto's henchman this, prompting him to try to [[TheUnreveal reveal his name to them without any success.]]
13th Mar '16 1:13:11 PM nombretomado
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* In the third ''Anime/RebuildOfEvangelion'' movie, the protagonist is rescued by someone he believes to be his long-term comerade and possibly love interest [[spoiler:Ayanami Rei.]] After a while of failing to get any sort of recognition or reaction out of her and generally observing loads of disturbing empty-shell-like behavior from her, he finds out that "[[spoiler:Ayanami Rei]]" was, in fact, the codename for a series of [[CloningBlues mass-produced]] [[ArtificialHuman artificial]] [[SuperSoldier soldiers]], and that the "[[spoiler: Ayanami Rei]]" he used to know died a long time ago, despite his fulite atempt to save her life. From that point on, he refuses to refer to the currently active clone by her name, reserving it for his fallen comerade. It leads to several situations where he refers to the current clone in roundabout manners such as "Why are we not alone?" to question the reason for her presence, or calling her "that other pilot.". Being told that she isn't who her programing tells her she is ends up throwing the current clone into a full-blown indentity crisis cumulating in a HeelFaceTurn of sorts.

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* In the third ''Anime/RebuildOfEvangelion'' movie, the protagonist is rescued by someone he believes to be his long-term comerade comrade and possibly love interest [[spoiler:Ayanami Rei.]] After a while of failing to get any sort of recognition or reaction out of her and generally observing loads of disturbing empty-shell-like behavior from her, he finds out that "[[spoiler:Ayanami Rei]]" was, in fact, the codename for a series of [[CloningBlues mass-produced]] [[ArtificialHuman artificial]] [[SuperSoldier soldiers]], and that the "[[spoiler: Ayanami Rei]]" he used to know died a long time ago, despite his fulite atempt futile attempt to save her life. From that point on, he refuses to refer to the currently active clone by her name, reserving it for his fallen comerade.comrade. It leads to several situations where he refers to the current clone in roundabout manners such as "Why are we not alone?" to question the reason for her presence, or calling her "that other pilot.". Being told that she isn't who her programing programming tells her she is ends up throwing the current clone into a full-blown indentity identity crisis cumulating in accumulating into a HeelFaceTurn of sorts.



* ''XxxHOLiC'' features both the DefrostingIceQueen version and the AbusiveParents one.

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* ''XxxHOLiC'' ''Manga/XxxHolic'' features both the DefrostingIceQueen version and the AbusiveParents one.
6th Mar '16 12:10:09 PM TheUnknownUploader
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** Dwight himself only refers to Ryan as "temp" - even after Ryan becomes VP of the company.


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* [[ButtMonkey Neil]] from ''Series/TheYoungOnes'' is hated by his roommates so much there are times where they just call him "hippy" instead of Neil.


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* [[{{Jerkass}} Eustace]] only refers to ''WesternAniamtion/CourageTheCowardlyDog'' as "dog", or more commonly, "stupid dog".
26th Feb '16 6:54:03 AM SamCurt
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* Ever since a point in the first ''Literature/TanteiTeamKZJikenNote'' novel when Wakatake says "that's why I hate girls" to her face, Aya always calls him without UsefulNotes/JapaneseHonorifics.
-->'''Aya''''s InnerMonologue: I'm not calling him Wakatake''-kun'' anymore.



* Ever since a point in the first ''Literature/TanteiTeamKZJikenNote'' novel when Wakatake says "that's why I hate girls" to her face, Aya always calls him without UsefulNotes/JapaneseHonorifics.
-->'''Aya''''s InnerMonologue: I'm not calling him Wakatake''-kun'' anymore.
25th Jan '16 5:46:52 PM PikaHikariKT
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* When ''Manga/FairyTail'''s Carla is first introduced, she referred to Happy only by "tomcat". This changes about an arc and a half later when Happy fiercely stands up for her.
7th Jan '16 12:56:35 PM Selunei
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* In ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}'', Jafar usually refers to Aladdin as simply "the boy," "boy," or "street rat." In fact, he never actually calls him "Aladdin"; the closest he gets is a sarcastic "your precious Prince Ali [Aladdin's pseudonym]!"

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* In ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}'', Jafar usually refers to Aladdin as simply "the boy," "boy," or "street rat." In fact, he never only once ever actually calls him "Aladdin"; the closest he gets is a sarcastic "your precious Prince Ali [Aladdin's pseudonym]!""Aladdin".
3rd Jan '16 10:41:37 AM nombretomado
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* In the first episode of ''SoulEater'', Soul twice refers to Maka with a term that has been translated as either "shorty" or "tiny-tits."

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* In the first episode of ''SoulEater'', ''Anime/SoulEater'', Soul twice refers to Maka with a term that has been translated as either "shorty" or "tiny-tits."
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