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6th Feb '17 4:15:07 PM Knight20
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31st Jan '17 1:12:11 PM luiz4200
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* ''Literature/GravityFallsJournal3'': Category 2 ghosts are pranksters who "Always have "Kick Me!" or "Possess Me!" signs they tape to your back".
26th Jan '17 4:51:21 PM H2SO4
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The "Kick Me" prank is iconic; it's ''the'' go-to prank for unoriginal bullies. It's useful enough that a bully can use it to show he's a bully; he wants a victim kicked, so [[SmackOnTheBack slaps them on the back]] and leaves them with the sign. Everyone gets to be in on the joke and the poor victim can't figure out why everyone's being so mean to him. This usually also demonstrates the ButtMonkey status of the victim.

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The "Kick Me" prank is iconic; it's ''the'' go-to prank for unoriginal bullies. It's useful enough that a bully can use it to show he's a bully; he wants a victim kicked, so [[SmackOnTheBack slaps them on the back]] (or if he wants to be subtle, a "congratulating" pat on the back) and leaves them with the sign. Everyone gets to be in on the joke and the poor victim can't figure out why everyone's being so mean to him. This usually also demonstrates the ButtMonkey status of the victim.



The prank comes in infinite variety. The prank requested need not be a kick; it could be a slap, a poke, or a tickle. It could be a message like, "Laugh, but don't tell me about it" or an insulting/humiliating message. Sometimes it's not even a bad thing; it could be a request for a hug.

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The prank comes in infinite variety. The prank requested need not be a kick; it could be a slap, a poke, or a tickle. It could be a message like, "Laugh, but don't tell me about it" or more common nowadays is an insulting/humiliating message. Sometimes it's not even a bad thing; it could be a request for a hug.
9th Jan '17 10:40:45 AM VicGeorge2011
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* In ''Film/RoboCop2'', a child spray-paints KIK ME on the back of [=RoboCop=] while he deals with a bunch of them playing with a fire hydrant.
30th Dec '16 1:59:39 PM mitchtab
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* ''WesternAnimation/EdEddmEddy''

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30th Dec '16 1:58:23 PM mitchtab
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* ''WesternAnimation/EdEddmEddy''
** In "A Case Of Ed" Edd reads a book on rare and obscure diseases and causes himself to believe he has contracted "lackadaisy cathro disease" which Ed and Eddy turn into a source of entertainment for themselves, leading Edd to believe that his symptoms are worsening. The final symptom of "Lackadaisy Cathro Disease" is that others will have the urge to kick the infected individual. Upon reading this Eddy slaps a "kick me" sign to Edd's back
28th Sep '16 7:30:00 AM VicGeorge2011
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* King Smurf in ''ComicBook/TheSmurfs'' comic book story of the same name gets "Down with King Smurf" placed on the back of his royal cape after he sees the graffiti marking up Smurf houses saying the same thing.

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* King Smurf in ''ComicBook/TheSmurfs'' comic book story of the same name gets "Down with King Smurf" placed on the back of his royal cape after he sees [[GraffitiOfTheResistance the graffiti marking up Smurf houses saying the same thing.thing]].
4th Sep '16 1:03:34 PM CaptainTedium
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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheSylvesterAndTweetyMysteries'' episode "Blackboard Jumble", Granny is at one point seen with a "Kick Me" sign on her back.
31st Aug '16 6:44:45 AM CaptainTedium
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* ''WesternAnimation/AllGrownUp''
** In "Coup [=DeVille=]", Mr. Beaker tries to get a laugh out of his students by turning around to reveal a "Kick Me" sign on his back.
** A variation occurs in "A [=DeVille=] House Divided" when Vice Principal Pangborn unknowingly gets crude pictures of him put on his back by his nephew Morty.
24th May '16 8:10:36 AM lipranzer
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* A variation of this on a second-season episode of ''Series/{{Angel}}''; when Lindsey has been PutOnABus [[spoiler:though he returns in Season 5]], and is driving out of town, we see Angel has hung a sign on the back of his truck that reads, "Cops suck".
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