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19th Feb '17 1:21:40 AM Vir
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* ''WesternAnimation/RockosModernLife'': "Let me tell you something. You lay ONE PAW ON MY DAUGHTER AND YOU'LL BECOME MY PERSONAL TOOTHPICK YOU HEAR ME!"

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* ''WesternAnimation/RockosModernLife'': "Let me tell you something. You lay ONE PAW ON MY DAUGHTER AND YOU'LL BECOME MY PERSONAL TOOTHPICK TOOTHPICK! YOU HEAR ME!"ME?!"
31st Jan '17 1:07:28 PM Xtifr
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* [[{{Norbit}} "I'm comin' at you with razor blades and lemon juice!"]]

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* [[{{Norbit}} In ''Film/{{Norbit}}'': "I'm comin' at you with razor blades and lemon juice!"]]juice!"
27th Jan '17 12:48:33 PM gb00393
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': After Loras unhappily offers his sister as a bride to Joffrey in "Valar Morghulis," he then stands protectively behind Margaery and stares defiantly in Joffrey's direction. The boy-king is only paying attention to Margaery at this point, so he doesn't get the message, but Loras is warning Joffrey that he had better not harm his sister.
8th Jan '17 10:06:28 PM BigJaredMonkey
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* In ''One Family's Story'' (a history of the million-strong extended Jerkins family in the US, all of whom are descended from the same man), author Vernon Butler tells of how the oldest member of every generation of the family would take anyone marrying into the family -- male or female -- aside and welcome them to it. And then the newcomer would be told that if they do anything to harm or betray their spouse, the rest of the family would fall on them in righteous anger.
-->''"After a while, most of the people who married into the family sort of treated the welcome as a bit of joke. None of them ever expected to have to see it followed up on. But then came June 2, 1982. The night that my then-brother-in-law Victor Crabtree came home drunk and angry and put my sister Callie into the hospital because his dinner wasn't waiting for him on the table. That night, my father, my brother Nathan, my brother Aaron, and my Uncle Charlie taught Victor just how serious we were about it."
30th Dec '16 7:42:34 AM cherrychels
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* ''Fanfic/LastChildOfKrypton'': In chapter 3 Kaji explains to Shinji that Asuka is like his daughter, and if he does not watch out for her, he will find a way to hurt ''[[Franchise/{{Superman}} him]]''. Shinji replies sincerely that he would never hurt her.

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* ''Fanfic/LastChildOfKrypton'': In chapter 3 3, Kaji explains to Shinji that Asuka is like his daughter, and if he does not watch out for her, he will find a way to hurt ''[[Franchise/{{Superman}} him]]''. Shinji replies sincerely that he would never hurt her.



* In ''FanFic/EarthAndSky'', when Big Macintosh notices that Applejack and Apple Bloom are developing attractions to Soarin' and Pipsqueak (respectfully), he takes the latter two aside for a talk, and casually mentions that he doesn't like it when anypony upsets his sisters… and also that he can crush rocks the size of a stallion's head with his bare hooves. Soarin' is suitably scared, but Pip ''completely'' [[ComicallyMissingThePoint misses the point of the conversation.]] Pip does eventually get it… ''[[BrickJoke twenty-eight]]'' chapters later.

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* In ''FanFic/EarthAndSky'', when Big Macintosh notices that Applejack and Apple Bloom are developing attractions to Soarin' and Pipsqueak (respectfully), he takes the latter two aside for a talk, talk and casually mentions that he doesn't like it when anypony any pony upsets his sisters… and also also, that he can crush rocks the size of a stallion's head with his bare hooves. Soarin' is suitably scared, but Pip ''completely'' [[ComicallyMissingThePoint misses the point of the conversation.]] Pip does eventually get it… ''[[BrickJoke twenty-eight]]'' chapters later.



* In ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'', Jon Snow and Tormund Giantsbane are discussing the latter's new son-in-law. Tormund threatens the son-in-law by saying that he'd rip his manhood off and beat him with it if he broke his girl's heart. However, the wildlings of this story are expected to kidnap women to make their wives while risking injury or death from the [[ActionGirl woman]] herself (who has been brought up to fight alongside men) as standard practice -- with the acknowledgment that the woman ultimately chooses whether to stay or go.
-->'''Ygritte''': ''A man can own a woman, or he can own a knife, but not both.''

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* In ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'', Jon Snow and the wildling Tormund Giantsbane are discussing the latter's tells Jon Snow about Ryk, Tormund's new son-in-law. Tormund threatens the son-in-law explains he threatened Ryk by saying that he'd rip his manhood off and beat him with it if he broke his girl's daughter Munda's heart. However, the wildlings of this story are expected to kidnap women to make their wives while risking injury or death from the [[ActionGirl woman]] herself (who has been brought up to fight alongside men) as standard practice -- with the acknowledgment that the woman ultimately chooses whether to stay or go.
-->'''Ygritte''': -->'''Ygritte''' (on a union between a man and a woman): ''A man can own a woman, or he can own a knife, but not both.''



** Ross goes ballistic when he first finds out about Monica and Chandler until he's reassured that they're in a legitimate relationship, he gives him a DeathGlare when he flirts with the pizza delivery girl, and when Chandler disappears for a second time before the wedding (although this time he WASN'T making a run for it), Ross knocks him to the ground and flat-out tells him "You're ''not'' running out on my sister!"

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** Ross goes ballistic when he first finds out about Monica and Chandler until he's reassured that they're in a legitimate relationship, relationship; he gives him Chandler a DeathGlare when he flirts with the pizza delivery girl, girl; and when Chandler disappears for a second time before the wedding (although this time he WASN'T ''wasn't'' making a run for it), Ross knocks him to the ground and flat-out tells him him, "You're ''not'' running out on my sister!"
30th Dec '16 7:25:28 AM cherrychels
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** In ''WesternAnimation/{{X-Men}}'', he does it again at Scott and Jean's wedding in more [[NeverSayDie subtle way]]. He says to Scott that better if he make Jean happy or "I'll find you anywhere.", whlie cutting a piece of wedding cake with his claws.

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** In ''WesternAnimation/{{X-Men}}'', he does it again at Scott and Jean's wedding in more [[NeverSayDie subtle way]]. He says to Scott that better if he make Jean happy or "I'll find you anywhere.", whlie while cutting a piece of wedding cake with his claws.



* In the extended cut of ''Film/TheLordOfTheRings: The Return of the King''. Samwise Gamgee gives Gollum a warning about betrayal and harming Frodo when the latter becomes suspicious of what lies in Shelob's Cave. Notable in that this is ''not'' a romantic quarrel on any side -- it's the hero's NotLoveInterest informing an old adversary that he'll pay if he harms him or even does something that causes him to come to harm.

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* In the extended cut of ''Film/TheLordOfTheRings: The Return of the King''. Samwise Gamgee gives Gollum a warning about betrayal betraying and harming Frodo when the latter becomes suspicious of what lies in Shelob's Cave. Notable in that this is ''not'' a romantic quarrel on any side -- it's this is the hero's NotLoveInterest informing an old adversary that he'll pay if he harms him his friend or even does something that causes him to come to harm.be harmed.



* In ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'', Jon Snow and Tormund Giantsbane are discussing the latter's new son-in-law. Tormund threatens him by saying that he'd rip the boy's manhood off and beat him with it if he broke his girl's heart. However, the wildlings of this story kidnap women to make their wives as a standard practice, with the acknowledgment that the woman ultimately chooses whether to stay.

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* In ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'', Jon Snow and Tormund Giantsbane are discussing the latter's new son-in-law. Tormund threatens him the son-in-law by saying that he'd rip the boy's his manhood off and beat him with it if he broke his girl's heart. However, the wildlings of this story are expected to kidnap women to make their wives while risking injury or death from the [[ActionGirl woman]] herself (who has been brought up to fight alongside men) as a standard practice, practice -- with the acknowledgment that the woman ultimately chooses whether to stay.stay or go.



* At the end of ''White Star'' by Elizabeth Vaughan, Marlon, a powerful mage, gives his blessing for Orrin Blackhart to be with his daughter Evelyn. Marlon warns that if Evelyn is made unhappy, he will [[GroinAttack make Orrin's balls rot off]]. Orrin gulps and says those terms are acceptable.

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* At the end of ''White Star'' by Elizabeth Vaughan, Marlon, a powerful mage, gives his blessing for Orrin Blackhart to be with his daughter Evelyn. Marlon warns him that if Evelyn is made unhappy, he will [[GroinAttack make Orrin's balls rot off]]. Orrin gulps and says those terms are acceptable.



** Also played for laughs because Chandler absolutely adores Monica and would probably throw himself off a building to avoid hurting her, whereas Ross by this stage has three failed marriages and isn't in the position to tell anyone (especially a boyfriend as sweet and faithful as Chandler) not to mess up a relationship.

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** Also played for laughs because Chandler absolutely adores Monica and would probably throw himself off a building to avoid hurting her, whereas Ross by Ross, at this stage point, has three ''three'' failed marriages and isn't in the position to tell anyone (especially a boyfriend as sweet and faithful as Chandler) not to mess up a relationship.
13th Dec '16 7:08:36 PM PaulA
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* ''TheRedemptionOfAlthalus'' sees [[spoiler:Deiwos warning Althalus in this way. Considering Deiwos is a god, Althalus has good reason to never think about slipping up…]]

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* ''TheRedemptionOfAlthalus'' ''Literature/TheRedemptionOfAlthalus'' sees [[spoiler:Deiwos warning Althalus in this way. Considering Deiwos is a god, Althalus has good reason to never think about slipping up…]]up...]]
10th Dec '16 7:16:36 AM JackG
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* ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'' has a subversion when Dean talks to a guy who is interested in his young friend [[BadassAdorable Krissy]]:

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* ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'' has a subversion when Dean talks to a guy teenager who is interested in his young friend [[BadassAdorable Krissy]]:LittleMissBadass Krissy.
10th Dec '16 7:14:08 AM JackG
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* ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'' has a subversion when Dean talks to a guy who is interested in his young friend Krissy:

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* ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'' has a subversion when Dean talks to a guy who is interested in his young friend Krissy:[[BadassAdorable Krissy]]:
8th Dec '16 4:43:23 AM ClatoLawa
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* ''Fanfic/BackToUs'' has a (kinda) non-romantic one from Emerald Shell to a recently reformed Chat Noir. "If you’re actually serious about helping us fix what you’ve done… then I think I could come to trust you. Maybe. But if you screw LB over again, I’m gonna take my shield and bash your skull in, got it?"


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* Implied in ''Fanfic/BackToUs'' when Alya tells Marinette that she plans to make sure Adrien knows that she knows all the vital points of a person’s veins, including the knowledge of ''which'' particular veins would be the most painful to bleed out from.
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