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** "You... are a pissing-off-person!"

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** --> "You... are a pissing-off-person!"



* [[Manga/ThePrinceOfTennis Why does Ryoma-kun have to play with an injured eye? TELL ME! WHY?... Oh, I'm sorry...]]

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* [[Manga/ThePrinceOfTennis Why ''Manga/ThePrinceOfTennis'': "Why does Ryoma-kun have to play with an injured eye? TELL ME! WHY?... Oh, I'm sorry...]]"



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* In the Disney version of ''Film/TheReluctantDragon'', the [[AmbiguouslyGay very fey]] title character tries to get angry enough to be able to breathe fire. When he does (by being called a "punk poet") he reacts by cheerfully skipping and chirping "Ooh, I'm mad, I'm mad!"
* ''WesternAnimation/TheLegoMovie'', as Unikitty watches [[spoiler: CloudCuckooLand being destroyed]], she feels something that she can only describe as "the opposite of happiness."
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* Happens to Creator/ArnoldSchwarzenegger's character, Julius, in ''{{Film/Twins}}'', who spent the movie being an incredibly peaceful, zen and friendly guy.

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* Happens to Creator/ArnoldSchwarzenegger's character, Julius, in ''{{Film/Twins}}'', ''Film/{{Twins}}'', who spent the movie being an incredibly peaceful, zen and friendly guy.



* ''WesternAnimation/TheLegoMovie'', as Unikitty watches [[spoiler: CloudCuckooLand being destroyed]], she feels something that she can only describe as "the opposite of happiness."



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* Wrestling/BobBacklund: When this wrestling superstar of the late 1970s and early 1980s returned to the World Wrestling Federation in 1993, it was as a veteran superstar that graciously was there to mentor the younger superstars and show goodwill toward his longtime fans. However, his "good-two-shoes" persona didn't exactly get over with the fans, and it wasn't long before he adopted the gimmick that of a crazed individual gone mad over unjustly losing his [=WWF=] World Heavyweight Championship 10 years earlier that he truly made his impact. His newfound anger found many targets, most notably his longtime friend and manager, Arnold Skaaland (the man who threw in the towel to cause Backlund to lose his title to Wrestling/TheIronShiek) and Wrestling/BretHart, from whom he would eventually regain his beloved title. (Hart and Backlund had met earlier in 1994 in a rare "face vs. face" match, but when Hart came out on top, a discouraged Backlund snapped.)
** Incidentally, during Backlund's original [=WWF=] championship run in the early 1980s, there were occasions where he did get angry ... but only once after "Superstar" Billy Graham tore apart his championship belt during a TV taping (incidentally, because Graham thought ''he'' was unjustly robbed of the belt, due to having his foot on the rope when Backlund scored his title-winning pinfall) did Backlund scream, rant and rave like a lunatic.

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* Wrestling/BobBacklund: Wrestling/BobBacklund:
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When this wrestling superstar of the late 1970s and early 1980s returned to the World Wrestling Federation in 1993, it was as a veteran superstar that graciously was there to mentor the younger superstars and show goodwill toward his longtime fans. However, his "good-two-shoes" persona didn't exactly get over with the fans, and it wasn't long before he adopted the gimmick -- that of a crazed individual gone mad over unjustly losing his [=WWF=] World Heavyweight Championship 10 years earlier -- that he truly made his impact. His newfound anger found many targets, most notably his longtime friend and manager, Arnold Skaaland (the man who threw in the towel to cause Backlund to lose his title to Wrestling/TheIronShiek) and Wrestling/BretHart, from whom he would eventually regain his beloved title. (Hart and Backlund had met earlier in 1994 in a rare "face vs. face" match, but when Hart came out on top, a discouraged Backlund snapped.)
** Incidentally, during Backlund's original [=WWF=] championship run in the early 1980s, there were occasions where he did get angry ... but only once -- after "Superstar" Billy Graham tore apart his championship belt during a TV taping (incidentally, because Graham thought ''he'' was unjustly robbed of the belt, due to having his foot on the rope when Backlund scored his title-winning pinfall) did Backlund scream, rant and rave like a lunatic.



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* ''Series/DoctorWho'': In "A Good Man Goes to War" the Eleventh Doctor's enemies, rather than fight an unbeatable opponent, target the people he loves - and for the first time in this regeneration he loses control.

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* ''Series/DoctorWho'': In "A Good Man Goes to War" the Eleventh Doctor's enemies, rather than fight an unbeatable opponent, target the people he loves - -- and for the first time in this regeneration he loses control.



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--->'''Presea:''' This unsettling irritation...is this...anger?
* In ''VideoGame/PlanescapeTorment'', Nenny Nine-Eyes, an NPC, does not know how to say bad things about people, even ones she doesn't like. You can coax her into experiencing anger so she can express how she really feels about others. At first, she can only give a feeble "I dislike her very, very much!", but if you keep egging her on and tell her to practice saying bad things at you, she goes into a full on tantrum, [[NoodleIncident ranting about someone going out late at night and getting into fights and what are the children going to think?]] before laying into you with a whirlwind of weak, lady like punches.

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--->'''Presea:''' This unsettling irritation... is this...this... anger?
* In ''VideoGame/PlanescapeTorment'', Nenny Nine-Eyes, an NPC, does not know how to say bad things about people, even ones she doesn't like. You can coax her into experiencing anger so she can express how she really feels about others. At first, she can only give a feeble "I dislike her very, very much!", but if you keep egging her on and tell her to practice saying bad things at you, she goes into a full on tantrum, [[NoodleIncident ranting about someone going out late at night and getting into fights and what are the children going to think?]] before laying into you with a whirlwind of weak, lady like lady-like punches.



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* In the Disney version of ''Disney/TheReluctantDragon'', the [[AmbiguouslyGay very fey]] title character tries to get angry enough to be able to breathe fire. When he does (by being called a "punk poet") he reacts by cheerfully skipping and chirping "Ooh, I'm mad, I'm mad!"
* In ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'', be careful to not upset Fluttershy, or she [[SubvertedTrope might]] just [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0BpquDZEyUI scream]].
** Or even worse, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ykVuLVhw7MY&feature=related kick something]].
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kEOpr2jai9c She did "go postal"]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rwp60eYuie0 once, however.]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=riH6cz6fsxA She's still surprisingly cute]], even when she's in CuteAndPsycho-rage mode.
* In the first [[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons Treehouse of Horror]] segment "Bad Dream House", when the house [[ToThePain rants about what will happen to the family if they don't leave]], Marge blows her top and angrilly tells the house to get used to them. Afterwards, she feels afraid because she's never been this angry before.
-->'''Homer:''' At least it's better than your eyeballs melting.

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* In the Disney version of ''Disney/TheReluctantDragon'', the [[AmbiguouslyGay very fey]] title character tries to get angry enough to be able to breathe fire. When he does (by being called a "punk poet") he reacts by cheerfully skipping and chirping "Ooh, I'm mad, I'm mad!"
* In ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'', be careful to not upset Fluttershy, or she [[SubvertedTrope might]] just [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0BpquDZEyUI scream]].
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scream]]. Or even worse, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ykVuLVhw7MY&feature=related com/watch?v=ykVuLVhw7MY kick something]].
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something]]. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kEOpr2jai9c She did does "go postal"]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rwp60eYuie0 once, however.]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=riH6cz6fsxA She's still surprisingly cute]], even when she's in CuteAndPsycho-rage mode.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'':
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In the first [[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons Treehouse of Horror]] ''WesternAnimation/TreehouseOfHorror'' segment "Bad Dream House", when the house [[ToThePain rants about what will happen to the family if they don't leave]], Marge blows her top and angrilly tells the house to get used to them. Afterwards, she feels afraid because she's never been this angry before.
-->'''Homer:''' --->'''Homer:''' At least it's better than your eyeballs melting.



-->'''Flanders:''' Here's a catch phrase you better learn for your adult years: Hey buddy, '''GOT A QUARTER?!'''\\

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-->'''Flanders:''' --->'''Flanders:''' Here's a catch phrase you better learn for your adult years: Hey buddy, '''GOT A QUARTER?!'''\\



16th Jul '17 4:57:49 AM system
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16th Jul '17 4:38:36 AM TvMopes
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You are pissing me off too you cunt.
4th Jul '17 10:55:04 AM infernape612
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** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kEOpr2jai9c She did "go postal"]][[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rwp60eYuie0 once, however.]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=riH6cz6fsxA She's still surprisingly cute]], even when she's in CuteAndPsycho-rage mode.

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** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kEOpr2jai9c She did "go postal"]][[http://www.postal"]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rwp60eYuie0 once, however.]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=riH6cz6fsxA She's still surprisingly cute]], even when she's in CuteAndPsycho-rage mode.



-->'''Flanders:''' Here's a catch phrase you better learn for your adult years: Hey buddy, '''GOT A QUARTER?!'''
-->'''Bart:''' I am shocked and appalled.

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-->'''Flanders:''' Here's a catch phrase you better learn for your adult years: Hey buddy, '''GOT A QUARTER?!'''
-->'''Bart:'''
QUARTER?!'''\\
'''Bart:'''
I am shocked and appalled.
7th Dec '16 5:39:19 AM akaun6899
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** In "Hurricane Neddy" when Flanders goes on his [[RageBreakingPoint big]] [[TheReasonYouSuckSpeech rampage]], his insults toward Bart leaves the latter feeling this way.
-->'''Flanders:''' Here's a catch phrase you better learn for your adult years: Hey buddy, '''GOT A QUARTER?!'''
-->'''Bart:''' I am shocked and appalled.
13th Nov '16 9:50:42 AM nombretomado
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* In ''{{Enchanted}}'', when the militantly cheerful Giselle, frustrated by Robert's [[SlidingScaleOfIdealismVersusCynicism feet-firmly-planted-on-the-ground attitude]], finally gets in a big fight with him, she eventually realizes what this strange new feeling inside her is:

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* In ''{{Enchanted}}'', ''Film/{{Enchanted}}'', when the militantly cheerful Giselle, frustrated by Robert's [[SlidingScaleOfIdealismVersusCynicism feet-firmly-planted-on-the-ground attitude]], finally gets in a big fight with him, she eventually realizes what this strange new feeling inside her is:



* Invoked intentionally by [[WillSmith Del Spooner]] in ''Film/IRobot''. Del Spooner is a human cop interrogating a robot accused of murder, a robot that is also supposed to have emotions.

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* Invoked intentionally by [[WillSmith [[Creator/WillSmith Del Spooner]] in ''Film/IRobot''. Del Spooner is a human cop interrogating a robot accused of murder, a robot that is also supposed to have emotions.
5th Nov '16 10:03:43 AM nombretomado
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* Happens to [[WesternAnimation/ClassicDisneyShorts Minnie]] in the straight-to-DVD episode ''[[HouseofMouse Mickey's House of Villains]]''. When Jafar and the other villains take over the club, and Mickey and his sidekicks Donald and Goofy fail to extract them, Minnie tells the boys to step aside and charges right into the mass of villains to take care of the problem in her own special, naive way. Obviously, her delicate attempts are met with a complete lack of concern. Actually, Minnie seems to experience this a lot, be it in the classic cartoons of the past, or in more modern incarnations like "Runaway Brain" -- only Mickey seems to cringe when she's angry. And when she is, Minnie has such trouble expressing it that she stomps her high-heeled foot in typical "feminine" fashion, and her words fail to damage anyone.

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* Happens to [[WesternAnimation/ClassicDisneyShorts Minnie]] in the straight-to-DVD episode ''[[HouseofMouse ''[[WesternAnimation/HouseofMouse Mickey's House of Villains]]''. When Jafar and the other villains take over the club, and Mickey and his sidekicks Donald and Goofy fail to extract them, Minnie tells the boys to step aside and charges right into the mass of villains to take care of the problem in her own special, naive way. Obviously, her delicate attempts are met with a complete lack of concern. Actually, Minnie seems to experience this a lot, be it in the classic cartoons of the past, or in more modern incarnations like "Runaway Brain" -- only Mickey seems to cringe when she's angry. And when she is, Minnie has such trouble expressing it that she stomps her high-heeled foot in typical "feminine" fashion, and her words fail to damage anyone.
11th Oct '16 3:51:15 PM nombretomado
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* Happens to [[ClassicDisneyShorts Minnie]] in the straight-to-DVD episode ''[[HouseofMouse Mickey's House of Villains]]''. When Jafar and the other villains take over the club, and Mickey and his sidekicks Donald and Goofy fail to extract them, Minnie tells the boys to step aside and charges right into the mass of villains to take care of the problem in her own special, naive way. Obviously, her delicate attempts are met with a complete lack of concern. Actually, Minnie seems to experience this a lot, be it in the classic cartoons of the past, or in more modern incarnations like "Runaway Brain" -- only Mickey seems to cringe when she's angry. And when she is, Minnie has such trouble expressing it that she stomps her high-heeled foot in typical "feminine" fashion, and her words fail to damage anyone.

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* Happens to [[ClassicDisneyShorts [[WesternAnimation/ClassicDisneyShorts Minnie]] in the straight-to-DVD episode ''[[HouseofMouse Mickey's House of Villains]]''. When Jafar and the other villains take over the club, and Mickey and his sidekicks Donald and Goofy fail to extract them, Minnie tells the boys to step aside and charges right into the mass of villains to take care of the problem in her own special, naive way. Obviously, her delicate attempts are met with a complete lack of concern. Actually, Minnie seems to experience this a lot, be it in the classic cartoons of the past, or in more modern incarnations like "Runaway Brain" -- only Mickey seems to cringe when she's angry. And when she is, Minnie has such trouble expressing it that she stomps her high-heeled foot in typical "feminine" fashion, and her words fail to damage anyone.



* In the first [[TheSimpsons Treehouse of Horror]] segment "Bad Dream House", when the house [[ToThePain rants about what will happen to the family if they don't leave]], Marge blows her top and angrilly tells the house to get used to them. Afterwards, she feels afraid because she's never been this angry before.

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* In the first [[TheSimpsons [[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons Treehouse of Horror]] segment "Bad Dream House", when the house [[ToThePain rants about what will happen to the family if they don't leave]], Marge blows her top and angrilly tells the house to get used to them. Afterwards, she feels afraid because she's never been this angry before.
29th Sep '16 7:35:51 PM JMQwilleran
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Compare and contrast BewareTheNiceOnes, LetsGetDangerous, and BerserkButton.

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Compare and contrast BewareTheNiceOnes, LetsGetDangerous, and BerserkButton.
BerserkButton. A subtrope of WhatIsThisFeeling
18th Aug '16 9:18:30 PM PaulA
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* Ekaterin in ''Literature/TheVorkosiganSaga'' isn't an all-too-innocent girl but a 30-year-old married woman possessed of such unfailing reserve that she refuses to show visible anger or frustration even after ''falling headfirst into a pond''. After a little less than a year of associating with Miles, under admittedly extreme circumstances, she snaps out "If you die out here, I will not be grieved. ''I will be pissed''." Miles himself remarks "I wouldn't dare die. There's this fierce Vor lady who swore she'd kill me if I did."

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* Ekaterin in ''Literature/TheVorkosiganSaga'' the ''Literature/VorkosiganSaga'' isn't an all-too-innocent girl but a 30-year-old married woman possessed of such unfailing reserve that she refuses to show visible anger or frustration even after ''falling headfirst into a pond''. After a little less than a year of associating with Miles, under admittedly extreme circumstances, she snaps out "If you die out here, I will not be grieved. ''I will be pissed''." Miles himself remarks "I wouldn't dare die. There's this fierce Vor lady who swore she'd kill me if I did."
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