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6th Dec '16 9:52:23 PM ThePocket
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* During WebVideo/TheYogscast's first session playing ''VideoGame/GoatSimulator'', Lewis wanted Simon (who is the one actually playing) to try for a double front-flip, which the game has up as its current suggested challenge. Then he realized that most of the challenges come in Easy, Normal, and Hard variants -- with the double flip being labeled "Flipping Normal" -- leading to this exchange.
-->'''Lewis:''' So now you've got the hang of that--\\
'''Simon:''' I've gotta do two of those...\\
'''Lewis:''' Yeah. And ideally three.\\
'''Simon:''' What do you mean, "ideally three"?\\
'''Lewis:''' Well, because Flipping Normal must be--\\
'''Simon:''' ''You're'' flipping normal.\\
'''Lewis:''' Thank you.\\
'''Simon:''' Welcome.
6th Dec '16 4:30:40 AM Morgenthaler
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* [[MeatVersusVeggies Some militant vegans have taken to calling meat-eaters]] "bloodmouths." It's [[AppropriatedAppellation been about as effective of an insult]] as you'd ''expect'' something so [[{{Badass}} redoubtable-sounding]] to be.

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* [[MeatVersusVeggies Some militant vegans have taken to calling meat-eaters]] "bloodmouths." It's [[AppropriatedAppellation been about as effective of an insult]] as you'd ''expect'' something so [[{{Badass}} redoubtable-sounding]] redoubtable-sounding to be.
5th Dec '16 11:40:50 AM SomberCaelifera
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** Wilf got his own back in part 2. When the Master condescendingly told the Doctor, "Oh, your dad's still kicking up a fuss,"(referring to Wilf) Wilf defiantly replied, "I'd be proud if I was."

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** Wilf got his own back in part Part 2. When the Master condescendingly told the Doctor, "Oh, your dad's still kicking up a fuss,"(referring to Wilf) Wilf defiantly replied, "I'd be proud if I was."



** In "The Family of Blood", when a Tim Lamiter absorbs some of the Doctor's psyche and runs off to help him:

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** In "The Family of Blood", when a when Tim Lamiter Latimer absorbs some of the Doctor's psyche and runs off to help him:
29th Nov '16 8:09:54 AM dmcreif
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* ''Series/LukeCage2016'': Luke says that Willis Stryker's choice of nickname, "Diamondback", is because he's a snake, just like Cottonmouth. Willis considers it before noting that it's pretty apt, as like a snake, he's cast off his skin for something better and stronger than the old one.
22nd Nov '16 2:33:17 AM LtFedora
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* ''Film/TheRocketeer'': During the final fight.
-->'''Cliff:''' Where's your Stuntman now, Sinclair?
-->([[TalkToTheFist Sinclair punches Cliff]])
-->'''Sinclair:''' [[NoStuntDouble I do my own stunts!]]
19th Nov '16 9:58:24 AM ImpudentInfidel
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** In the same conversation, the rogue Neeshka calls Khelgar "stumpy". He laughs and explains his clan considers that a term of endearment.
16th Nov '16 12:02:16 AM Morgenthaler
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* Bandit Keith from Anime/YuGiOh (overpatriotic with a fondness for guns), America from Webcomic/AxisPowersHetalia (burger-obsessed overenthusiastic idiot), and Lieutenant Vixen from ''SquirrelAndHedgehog'' (a curvaceous, glasses-and-uniform-wearing {{Badass}} commander [[UsefulNotes/FurryFandom female fox]], with similarities to [[GIJoe The Baroness]]), all parodies of America, all characters American fans love. Especially glaring in the case of Squirrel and Hedgehog, as it's ''a North Korean propaganda cartoon'', that, quite obviously, has never been ported officially to the U.S.

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* Bandit Keith from Anime/YuGiOh (overpatriotic with a fondness for guns), America from Webcomic/AxisPowersHetalia (burger-obsessed overenthusiastic idiot), and Lieutenant Vixen from ''SquirrelAndHedgehog'' (a curvaceous, glasses-and-uniform-wearing {{Badass}} badass commander [[UsefulNotes/FurryFandom female fox]], with similarities to [[GIJoe The Baroness]]), all parodies of America, all characters American fans love. Especially glaring in the case of Squirrel and Hedgehog, as it's ''a North Korean propaganda cartoon'', that, quite obviously, has never been ported officially to the U.S.
14th Nov '16 9:00:02 AM Trogdor
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* ''LetsPlay/{{Markiplier}}'' dealt with this when he played [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=454nQ2moufo Oh...Sir!! The Insult Simulator]] and had his CPU repeatedly say things that didn't sound even remotely insulting.
-->'''CPU''': Your maths teacher supports your country!\\
'''Markiplier''': Again, you're just saying really nice things!
1st Nov '16 9:54:10 AM ChronoLegion
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* In the third Presidential debate, Creator/DonaldTrump interjected in the final moments, "What a nasty woman," to UsefulNotes/HillaryClinton. Many feminists on social media than began to refer to themselves as "nasty women."

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* In the third Presidential debate, Creator/DonaldTrump interjected in the final moments, "What "Such a nasty woman," to UsefulNotes/HillaryClinton. Many feminists on social media than began to refer to themselves as "nasty women."
29th Oct '16 1:04:54 PM HiddenFacedMatt
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** A more straighter example occurs when Belle proves the Beast's existence to the townsfolk;
-->'''Gaston''': If I didn't know better, I'd think you had "feelings" for this monster.\\
'''Belle''': He's no monster, Gaston! ''YOU'' are!\\
(''A nasty glare covers Gaston's face'')\\
'''Gaston''': She's as crazy as the old man! (''snatches the Magic Mirror out of Belle's hands'') The Beast will make off with your children! (''crowd gasps'') He'll come after them in the night!\\
'''Belle''': No!\\
'''Gaston''': We're not safe till his head is mounted on my wall! I say, we '''KILL''' the Beast!
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