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25th Mar '17 11:09:08 PM Benthelame
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* Happens in one episode of ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' It's definitely one of Pinkie Pie's weirder moments. Upon getting nervous she becomes the titular object, bounces repeatedly around the room and smashes a hole in the wall.
1st Feb '17 5:28:13 PM FordPrefect
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** ''Series/{{Mythbusters}}' demonstrated that if you're bouncing the bullet off anything soft enough that it won't shatter on the first impact, by the third ricochet, it's moving so slowly that it would merely be annoying if it hit you.

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** ''Series/{{Mythbusters}}' ''Series/{{Mythbusters}}'' demonstrated that if you're bouncing the bullet off anything soft enough that it won't shatter on the first impact, by the third ricochet, it's moving so slowly that it would merely be annoying if it hit you.
27th Jan '17 4:03:49 PM Heatex77
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* In ''Manga/OnePiece'' [[spoiler: The main character Luffy is made of Rubber and one of his techqines is called Gear 4 Boundman where he inflates his muscle making himself look like a giant bouncy ball. In this form Luffy in constantly bouncing and he use this bounce to increase his speed and destructive power, thus making him a living Hyper-Destructive Bouncing Ball.]]
5th Dec '16 7:22:48 PM dotchan
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* [[Series/SaturdayNightLive Happy Fun Ball]] may suddenly accelerate to dangerous speeds.

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* [[Series/SaturdayNightLive Happy ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' gives us a fake toy called "Happy Fun Ball]] Ball", which may suddenly accelerate to dangerous speeds.
20th Nov '16 6:30:05 AM Korodzik
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* This is your weapon (other than crushing monsters with apples) in ''VideoGame/MrDo''. Especially useful because the game taken place in narrow corridors dug out by your hero, thus usually allowing you to predict the trajectory. However, you only have one "Power Ball" at your disposal and must go and retrieve it if it fails to hit a monsters.
17th Oct '16 7:55:11 PM CurledUpWithDakka
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--->The Chinese have dropped a nuclear bomb on USSR. 5 million dead, Lots of fuss in the media, statements from politicians, etc.
--->A couple days later there's another media explosion: In retaliation the Russians have dropped a rubber bomb on China. 50 million already dead. The bomb keeps bouncing.

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--->The -->The Chinese have dropped a nuclear bomb on USSR. 5 million dead, Lots of fuss in the media, statements from politicians, etc.
--->A -->A couple days later there's another media explosion: In retaliation the Russians have dropped a rubber bomb on China. 50 million already dead. The bomb keeps bouncing.
18th Sep '16 1:41:26 PM nombretomado
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* In an ''ArchieComics'' story where the cast are portrayed as superheroes, Evilheart (Reggie) and Pureheart (Archie) fight a baddie who has a ring that causes objects to rapidly degrade. Every weapon they fire at him, he simply destroys. To get the better of him, Evilheart tosses out a little black ball, which bounces all over the room. Because it is so quick, the villain can't hit it, and eventually his weapon runs out of juice. However, in trying to destroy the ball, the villain also destroys all his loot -- which means it can't be returned to the victims, forcing Evilheart to pay reparations.

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* In an ''ArchieComics'' ''Franchise/ArchieComics'' story where the cast are portrayed as superheroes, Evilheart (Reggie) and Pureheart (Archie) fight a baddie who has a ring that causes objects to rapidly degrade. Every weapon they fire at him, he simply destroys. To get the better of him, Evilheart tosses out a little black ball, which bounces all over the room. Because it is so quick, the villain can't hit it, and eventually his weapon runs out of juice. However, in trying to destroy the ball, the villain also destroys all his loot -- which means it can't be returned to the victims, forcing Evilheart to pay reparations.
30th Aug '16 1:22:28 AM Morgenthaler
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** Same thing happened to Ed Bighead in ''WesternAnimation/RockosModernLife''. The only thing left standing after that were the bowling pins on Ed's lane.

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** * Same thing happened to Ed Bighead in ''WesternAnimation/RockosModernLife''. The only thing left standing after that were the bowling pins on Ed's lane.
30th Aug '16 1:22:15 AM Morgenthaler
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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheIncredibles'', the Omnidroid acts somewhat as one when it retracts its claws. It somehow could turn directions as a smooth metal sphere, and the fact that it is at least five stories tall adds to the "Destructive" bit.
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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheIncredibles'', the Omnidroid acts somewhat as one when it retracts its claws. It somehow could turn directions as a smooth metal sphere, and the fact that it is at least five stories tall adds to the "Destructive" bit.
30th Aug '16 1:21:10 AM Morgenthaler
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** RealLife [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/7.92mm_DS 7.92x107mm ammo]] devised by the [[PolesWithPoleaxes Polish Army]] just before UsefulNotes/WorldWarII was designed for this: flatten upon impact to light armor used in tanks of the time and spall one or more chunks of armor off the inside to ricochet around and [[{{Squick}} cut the crew to pieces]]. It was very efficient against the thin, 15-20mm or so armor of early World War II tanks, but after 1943 it became obsolete. More recently, anti-tank ammo using the same principle has come back into vogue.

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** RealLife [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/7.92mm_DS 7.92x107mm ammo]] devised by the [[PolesWithPoleaxes [[UsefulNotes/PolesWithPoleaxes Polish Army]] just before UsefulNotes/WorldWarII was designed for this: flatten upon impact to light armor used in tanks of the time and spall one or more chunks of armor off the inside to ricochet around and [[{{Squick}} cut the crew to pieces]]. It was very efficient against the thin, 15-20mm or so armor of early World War II tanks, but after 1943 it became obsolete. More recently, anti-tank ammo using the same principle has come back into vogue.
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