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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."
8th Jun '16 8:09:36 PM PaulA
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'''Sonny:''' I DID NOT MURDER HIM! ''[slams hands on the desk so hard that the metal table buckles]'' ''[[looks down in astonishment]''\\

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'''Sonny:''' I DID NOT MURDER HIM! ''[slams hands on the desk so hard that the metal table buckles]'' ''[[looks ''[looks down in astonishment]''\\
8th Jun '16 8:07:49 PM PaulA
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->'''Giselle''': "No!" "No! "No!" Over and over again! Every word out of your mouth is "No!" It just makes me so... Oh, sometimes you make me so...
->'''Robert''': Make you so what?
->'''Giselle''': You make me so... so... angry! (laughs) I'm angry! (laughs)

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->'''Giselle''': ->'''Giselle:''' "No!" "No! "No!" Over and over again! Every word out of your mouth is "No!" It just makes me so... Oh, sometimes you make me so...
->'''Robert''':
so...\\
'''Robert:'''
Make you so what?
->'''Giselle''':
what?\\
'''Giselle:'''
You make me so... so... angry! (laughs) ''[laughs]'' I'm angry! (laughs)''[laughs]''



-->'''Giselle''': "Sometimes you make me so... angry!" *laughs with surprise*

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-->'''Giselle''': "Sometimes -->'''Giselle:''' Sometimes you make me so... angry!" *laughs angry! ''[laughs with surprise*surprise]''



-->'''Del''': "I think you murdered him because he was teaching you to simulate emotions and things got out of control.
-->'''Sonny''': "I did not murder him."
-->'''Del''': ''(in a mocking tone)'' "But emotions don't seem like a very useful simulation for a robot."
-->'''Sonny''': "I did not ''murder him''."
-->'''Del''': "Hell, I don't want my toaster or vacuum cleaner to get emotional."
-->'''Sonny''': "I DID NOT MURDER HIM!" ''*slams hands on the desk so hard that the metal table buckles* *looks down in astonishment*''
-->'''Del''': ''(back to a calm tone)'' "That one's called anger."

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-->'''Del''': "I -->'''Del:''' I think you murdered him because he was teaching you to simulate emotions and things got out of control.
-->'''Sonny''': "I
control.\\
'''Sonny:''' I
did not murder him."
-->'''Del''': ''(in
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'''Del:''' ''[in
a mocking tone)'' "But tone]'' But emotions don't seem like a very useful simulation for a robot."
-->'''Sonny''': "I
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'''Sonny:''' I
did not ''murder him''."
-->'''Del''': "Hell,
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'''Del:''' Hell,
I don't want my toaster or vacuum cleaner to get emotional."
-->'''Sonny''': "I
\\
'''Sonny:''' I
DID NOT MURDER HIM!" ''*slams HIM! ''[slams hands on the desk so hard that the metal table buckles* *looks buckles]'' ''[[looks down in astonishment*''
-->'''Del''': ''(back
astonishment]''\\
'''Del:''' ''[back
to a calm tone)'' "That tone]'' That one's called anger."



--> '''Julius:'''For the first time in my life, I'm... PISSED OFF!

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--> '''Julius:'''For -->'''Julius:''' For the first time in my life, I'm... PISSED OFF!



-->"Oh, look I'm angry, that's new. I'm really not sure what's going to happen now."

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-->"Oh, -->'''The Doctor:''' Oh, look I'm angry, that's new. I'm really not sure what's going to happen now."



* Colette Brunel from ''VideoGame/TalesOfSymphonia'' has a case of this [[LimitBreak every now and then]]. "I'M MAD NOW!!"

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* ''VideoGame/TalesOfSymphonia'':
**
Colette Brunel from ''VideoGame/TalesOfSymphonia'' has a case of this [[LimitBreak every now and then]]. "I'M MAD NOW!!"



--> '''Presea:''' This unsettling irritation...is this...anger?

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--> '''Presea:''' --->'''Presea:''' This unsettling irritation...is this...anger?



-->Molly: "Gloriosky! I hardly ever get mad like that!"
-->Galatea: "Really? You're quite good at it!"

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-->Molly: "Gloriosky! -->'''Molly:''' Gloriosky! I hardly ever get mad like that!"
-->Galatea: "Really?
that!\\
'''Galatea:''' Really?
You're quite good at it!"it!



-->'''Goofy''': Gawrsh, I've never seen her so mad.
-->'''Mickey''': Oh, I have.

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-->'''Goofy''': -->'''Goofy:''' Gawrsh, I've never seen her so mad.
-->'''Mickey''':
mad.\\
'''Mickey:'''
Oh, I have.
23rd Nov '15 10:57:32 PM lolface123
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When the [[TheIngenue all-too-innocent girl]] (it's [[AlwaysFemale usually a girl]] as an audience tends to read an adult male character with innocence as [[{{Manchild}} stupid and/or weak]]) who's [[TastesLikeDiabetes always cheerful and sweet to everyone]] finally gets pushed too far, it's almost always played for laughs, and one of two things will happen. Either she'll [[BewareTheNiceOnes go totally postal]], or she'll vent her frustration in polite, often somewhat embarrassed words, without any rage whatsoever, which almost always comes across as "cute."

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When the [[TheIngenue all-too-innocent girl]] (it's [[AlwaysFemale usually a girl]] as an audience tends to read an adult male character with innocence as [[{{Manchild}} stupid and/or weak]]) who's [[TastesLikeDiabetes always cheerful and sweet to everyone]] finally gets pushed too far, it's almost always played for laughs, and one of two things will happen. Either she'll [[BewareTheNiceOnes go go]] [[UnstoppableRage totally postal]], or she'll vent her frustration in polite, often somewhat embarrassed words, without any rage whatsoever, which almost always comes across as "cute."
22nd Sep '15 2:58:41 PM StFan
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* In ''{{Futurama}}'' once the very innocent aliens from Rumbledy-hump discover that Leela has been using their experiences to make a kids show, they don't know how to handle the feelings.
--> '''Lady Buggle:''' I feel like an upside-down smile.
--> '''Leela:''' A frown?
--> '''Lady Buggle:''' We didn't have a word for it!

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* In ''{{Futurama}}'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' once the very innocent aliens from Rumbledy-hump discover that Leela has been using their experiences to make a kids show, they don't know how to handle the feelings.
--> '''Lady -->'''Lady Buggle:''' I feel like an upside-down smile.
-->
smile.\\
'''Leela:''' A frown?
-->
frown?\\
'''Lady Buggle:''' We didn't have a word for it!
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