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17th Jan '17 7:43:24 AM Owlorange1995
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* HypocriteHasAPoint: Someone manages to provide valid points on a subject in spite of his/her hypocrisy.
13th Jan '17 5:14:45 PM MitchellProductions
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* FemaleMysogynist: A woman who hates women.

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* FemaleMysogynist: FemaleMisogynist: A woman who hates women.
13th Jan '17 5:13:18 PM MitchellProductions
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* FemaleMysogynist: A woman who hates women.
22nd Dec '16 10:40:35 PM Az_Tech341
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* ''Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}'': In ''[[Comicbook/{{Supergirl 1982}} a classic story]]'', Linda Danvers -aka Kara Zor-El, the titular heroine- quarrels with her then-boyfriend Philip Decker because he is prone to unexplained absences, causing Linda to suspect he is hiding something. Later she considers she is being a hypocrite: she is prone to unexplained absences, too. And Decker never complained about them.

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* ''Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}'': In ''[[Comicbook/{{Supergirl 1982}} a classic story]]'', story]]'' [[LampshadeHanging lampshades]] the trope. Linda Danvers -aka Kara Zor-El, the titular heroine- quarrels with her then-boyfriend Philip Decker because he is prone to unexplained absences, causing Linda to suspect he is hiding something. Later she considers she is being a hypocrite: she is prone to unexplained absences, too. And Decker never complained about them.
22nd Dec '16 12:33:36 PM Tron80
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* ''Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}'': In ''[[Comicbook/{{Supergirl 1982}} a classic story]]'', Linda Danvers -aka Kara Zor-El, the titular heroine- quarrels with her then-boyfriend Philip Decker because he is prone to unexplained absences, causing Linda to suspect he is hiding something. Later she considers she is being a hypocrite: she is prone to unexplained absences, too. And Decker never complained about them.
30th Nov '16 6:39:52 PM Santoand
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** In "Family", [[CoolUncle Qrow]] gives Raven a barbed speech about her wanting "to catch up with family", even though she thoughtlessly abandoned her husband, Taiyang, and her daughter Yang without a second thought. [[spoiler: Raven even proceeds to call Qrow out for abandoning their tribe, saying "[[MoralMyopia they were [[Qrow's]] family]]". Qrow is disgusted by her skewed perception of the word "family".

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** In "Family", [[CoolUncle Qrow]] gives Raven a barbed speech about her wanting "to catch up with family", even though she thoughtlessly abandoned her husband, Taiyang, and her daughter Yang without a second thought. [[spoiler: Raven even proceeds to call Qrow out for abandoning their tribe, saying "[[MoralMyopia they were [[Qrow's]] (Qrow's) family]]". Qrow is disgusted by her skewed perception of the word "family".]]
30th Nov '16 6:38:28 PM Santoand
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** In ''Mountain Glenn'', Ironwood admits Ozpin's behaviour is troubling him and that he thinks Ozpin is hiding something. Glynda tells him he needs to learn how to trust people, especially Ozpin, who possesses experience they both lack. In the finale, it's revealed that Ironwood has secretly reported Ozpin's behaviour to the Vale and Atlas Councils. The Councils strip security responsibility for the Vale Tournament from Ozpin in favour of Ironwood, and inform Ozpin his job will be "discussed" as soon as the tournament ends. Despite his refusal to trust Ozpin, and his [[MoralMyopia willingness]] to back-stab, Ironwood then tells Ozpin to trust him.

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** In ''Mountain Glenn'', Ironwood admits Ozpin's behaviour is troubling him and that he thinks Ozpin is hiding something. Glynda tells him he needs to learn how to trust people, especially Ozpin, who possesses experience they both lack. In the finale, it's revealed that Ironwood has secretly reported Ozpin's behaviour to the Vale and Atlas Councils. The Councils strip security responsibility for the Vale Tournament from Ozpin in favour of Ironwood, and inform Ozpin his job will be "discussed" as soon as the tournament ends. Despite his refusal to trust Ozpin, and and's his [[MoralMyopia willingness]] to back-stab, Ironwood then tells Ozpin to trust him.


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** In "Family", [[CoolUncle Qrow]] gives Raven a barbed speech about her wanting "to catch up with family", even though she thoughtlessly abandoned her husband, Taiyang, and her daughter Yang without a second thought. [[spoiler: Raven even proceeds to call Qrow out for abandoning their tribe, saying "[[MoralMyopia they were [[Qrow's]] family]]". Qrow is disgusted by her skewed perception of the word "family".
23rd Nov '16 3:06:40 AM Yukianesa
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** From the ''TabletopGame/{{Dragonlance}}'' setting, the Kender. This setting's equivalent of [[{{Hobbits}} halflings]] are defined by their very, ''very'' poor grasp of the concept of personal property. Most Kender will happily rifle through other people's pockets and bags to stave off boredom, but will get offended and upset at ''you'' if you accuse them of being thieves. Needless to say, Kender get a lot of hate both in [[TheScrappy and out]] of universe.
12th Nov '16 5:37:08 PM Az_Tech341
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** From the ''Literature/{{Dragonlance}}'' setting, there's also Kender, the local {{Hobbits}} who get absolutely infuriated if you call them thieves... despite the fact their racial psychology includes such a strong sense of StickyFingers that they are infamous for constantly, even ''unconsciously'', picking pockets and locks or breaking into peoples' homes out of their drive to find interesting new things to look at and play with.
12th Nov '16 1:13:59 PM WanderingBrowser
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* ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' has the Githyanki, one of the [[ScaryDogmaticAliens Scary Dogmatic Alien]] races. Their backstory is that they are the descendants of humans/humanoids enslaved by the [[BrainFood brain-sucking]] [[{{Cthulhumanoid}} illithids]], who eventually rebelled and sundered their empire. Because of this, they have an intense aversion to the concept of slavery, and are determined that they will never be slaves again. ''Ever''. They even refuse to worship gods because they consider religion as resembling slavery too much. This self-same aversion to slavery has also caused them to build their society into an oppressive, rigidly structured FantasticCasteSystem that is devoted to churning out warriors, swearing allegiance to their lich-queen so blindly that they ''willingly'' let her eat their souls to sustain her undeath, and giving them the notorious rate of raiding, slaughtering and indirectly enslaving all non-githyanki races they encounter. They are blind to their hypocrisy and will insist that what they do is different. Usually at the end of a sword.

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* ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' has the Githyanki, one of the [[ScaryDogmaticAliens Scary Dogmatic Alien]] races.races who fill the role of ScaryDogmaticAliens. Their backstory is that they are the descendants of humans/humanoids enslaved by the [[BrainFood brain-sucking]] [[{{Cthulhumanoid}} illithids]], who eventually rebelled and sundered their empire. Because of this, they have an intense aversion to the concept of slavery, and are determined that they will never be slaves again. ''Ever''. They even refuse to worship gods because they consider religion as resembling slavery too much. This self-same aversion to slavery has also caused them to build their society into an oppressive, rigidly structured FantasticCasteSystem that is devoted to churning out warriors, swearing allegiance to their lich-queen so blindly that they ''willingly'' let her eat their souls to sustain her undeath, and giving them the notorious rate of raiding, slaughtering and indirectly enslaving all non-githyanki races they encounter. They are blind to their hypocrisy and will insist that what they do is different. Usually at the end of a sword.sword.
** From the ''Literature/{{Dragonlance}}'' setting, there's also Kender, the local {{Hobbits}} who get absolutely infuriated if you call them thieves... despite the fact their racial psychology includes such a strong sense of StickyFingers that they are infamous for constantly, even ''unconsciously'', picking pockets and locks or breaking into peoples' homes out of their drive to find interesting new things to look at and play with.
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