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21st Aug '16 3:19:09 PM Ainzee
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* In ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'' it's indicated that the only time Catelyn ever addressed Jon by name was to tell him that [[WickedStepmother he should have fallen]] [[YouShouldHaveDiedInstead instead.]]
18th Aug '16 8:13:14 PM JJHIL325
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* ''{{Zootopia}}'': Nick keeps calling Judy "Carrots" even after he learns her real name.

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* ''{{Zootopia}}'': Nick keeps calling Judy "Carrots" even after he learns her real name. It becomes an InsultOfEndearment when they truly become friends.
11th Aug '16 4:15:25 AM Andyroid
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* For some odd reason, Ice Bear on ''WesternAnimation/WeBareBears'' is almost never referred to by name (even Grizzly and Panda just refer to him as "Bro"). Usually, the only person to call him Ice Bear is [[ThirdPersonPerson himself]].
1st Aug '16 2:48:04 PM trixus
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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."

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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."" Not to be disdainful he was trying to be friendly with the new coworker.
28th Jul '16 1:25:19 PM Willbyr
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* During the early part of their relationship, Manga/{{InuYasha}} ''never'' refers to Kagome by name, much to her annoyance. He starts addressing her by name after they team up to take on Yura.
* Tyki Mikk from ''DGrayMan'' is pretty much always referring to his foe Allen as "boy".

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* During the early part of their relationship, Manga/{{InuYasha}} Manga/InuYasha ''never'' refers to Kagome by name, much to her annoyance. He starts addressing her by name after they team up to take on Yura.
* Tyki Mikk from ''DGrayMan'' ''Manga/DGrayMan'' is pretty much always referring to his foe Allen as "boy".



* In ''Main/OnePiece'', this is one of of Robin's main characteristics, and also one of the most overlooked due to how subtle it is. It's very rare for her to actually utter the name of someone she's talking to (or just referring to) in any dialogue; Robin's defense mechanism to protect her feelings pushes her into being as impersonal as possible to people she meets. However, once Robin found her place with the Straw Hats she started using their names, though so far Luffy is the only recurring character whom Robin will always call by name.

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* In ''Main/OnePiece'', ''Manga/OnePiece'', this is one of of Robin's main characteristics, and also one of the most overlooked due to how subtle it is. It's very rare for her to actually utter the name of someone she's talking to (or just referring to) in any dialogue; Robin's defense mechanism to protect her feelings pushes her into being as impersonal as possible to people she meets. However, once Robin found her place with the Straw Hats she started using their names, though so far Luffy is the only recurring character whom Robin will always call by name.



--> "My name is ''Rahzel!'' Not "hey you" or "stupid chick" or "little rat"! I'm not some kind of small animal!"

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--> "My My name is ''Rahzel!'' Not "hey you" or "stupid chick" or "little rat"! I'm not some kind of small animal!"animal!



* Early on in MaiHime, Natsuki, not getting along with Mai, typically calls her just "omae", in contrast to referring to most of her classmates by last name without honorifics, and Shizuru by her first name. In Episosde 9, however, she starts calling Mai by her first name, as she starts to become friends with her.

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* Early on in MaiHime, ''Anime/MaiHime'', Natsuki, not getting along with Mai, typically calls her just "omae", in contrast to referring to most of her classmates by last name without honorifics, and Shizuru by her first name. In Episosde 9, however, she starts calling Mai by her first name, as she starts to become friends with her.



* Kyou from ''FruitsBasket'' usually addresses people as "you" or by a nickname or their first name. He doesn't bother with honorifics, contrasting with [[{{Keigo}} Tohru]] who always uses them.

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* Kyou from ''FruitsBasket'' ''Manga/FruitsBasket'' usually addresses people as "you" or by a nickname or their first name. He doesn't bother with honorifics, contrasting with [[{{Keigo}} Tohru]] who always uses them.
27th Jul '16 1:54:16 PM LadyJaneGrey
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* ''Series/{{Bewitched}}'', Endora rarely referred to Darrin by name, doing so only eight times in the whole series. Usually it was "Derwood", "What's-his-name", "Darwin", "Dum-Dum", etc., all much to his annoyance.
17th Jul '16 4:18:25 PM Valiona
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* In ''LightNovel/SwordArtOnline'', Kirito uses informal speech while talking with Kikuoka (although he does call him "Kikuoka-san" or "Mr. Kikuoka" in the localized version), something that would be considered highly rude given that Kikuoka's significantly older than him. It's indicated that this is because Kirito doesn't like Kikuoka much, although he does acknowledge that [[ObfuscatingStupidity Kikuoka is significantly more competent than he appears]].
** In the "Murder case in the area," Asuna gets annoyed when Kirito calls her "omae." He then asks if she'd rather be called "anata," then sarcastically adds "Vice Commander" and "[[RedBaron Lightning Flash]]" as alternatives, before calling her "Asuna" as she asks.
13th Jul '16 5:41:58 PM DarkHunter
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* ''Anime/MobileSuitGundam00'': Despite Setsuna being Graham Aker's rival for most of the series, and Aker developing an obsession with defeating him that he himself describes as "transcending love", Aker never seems to learn Setsuna's name. He only ever refers to Setsuna as "young man" ("shounen"), even in the movie where the two are on more friendly terms.
17th Jun '16 11:28:03 AM ricardoobacosta
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** It also applies to Portuguese, with "você" or "tu", depending on the location (informal), "o senhor" /"a senhora" (formal) and "vós" (extremely formal, almost never used).
16th Jun '16 8:37:29 PM nombretomado
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* Red and Eric have this dynamic in ''That70sShow''. Red calls Eric (and others) dumbass a lot of the time, Eric may call Red "Sir" to his face but usually calls him by his nickname but in a disrespectful way, not in a "equals" (à la ''Series/DharmaAndGreg'') way behind his back.

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* Red and Eric have this dynamic in ''That70sShow''.''Series/That70sShow''. Red calls Eric (and others) dumbass a lot of the time, Eric may call Red "Sir" to his face but usually calls him by his nickname but in a disrespectful way, not in a "equals" (à la ''Series/DharmaAndGreg'') way behind his back.
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