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20th Jan '17 1:00:54 PM TheKoS
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* Homer from ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' frequently displays this behaviour towards donuts:

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* Homer from ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' frequently displays this behaviour towards donuts: donuts and beer:
10th Jan '17 7:35:27 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* In ''Lobo: Portrait of a Victim'', a bar shootout occurs when the troublesome Aggro Gang decides to toss their crusts of their eaten pizza about, with one of them landing into the unsuspecting mug of one (soon to die) complainer. Several bullets (and dead people) later, one of the bullets strike the Main Man's hard earned mug of beer. You should already know happens when the [[RoaringRampageOfDestruction Main Man is angry.]]

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* In ''Lobo: Portrait of a Victim'', a bar shootout occurs when the troublesome Aggro Gang decides to toss their crusts of their eaten pizza about, with one of them landing into the unsuspecting mug of one (soon to die) complainer. Several bullets (and dead people) later, one of the bullets strike the Main Man's hard earned mug of beer. You should already know happens when the [[RoaringRampageOfDestruction [[PersonOfMassDestruction Main Man is angry.]]
10th Jan '17 7:27:05 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* A man in Baltimore pulls a gun on his family for taking a bite of his sandwich. ([[NotMakingThisUpDisclaimer No, seriously]], [[http://www.aol.com/article/news/2017/01/09/baltimore-man-sparks-police-standoff-grilled-cheese-sandwich/21651179/?spot_im_reply_id=sp_IjnMf2Jd_21651179_c_wfO7dk_r_bgOipc&spot_im_highlight_immediate=true he did]]. Fortunately, it seems the police were ''not'' amused.)
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12th Dec '16 10:08:21 PM lorgskyegon
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* [[LampshadedTrope Lampshaded]] by guards in ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim'' who have clearly taken this complaint before.
-->''Let me guess: somebody stole your sweetroll...''
3rd Dec '16 8:45:04 AM rafi
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* In ''Manga/SteppingOnRoses'', the heroine Sumi is rendered gobsmacked when her husband Sōichirō throws the "peasant" food she cooked away, then leaving his breakfast half eaten. Of course, since Sumi grew up dirt poor with rarely enough food for herself, let alone her brothers and sisters, this attitude is completely understandable.



* In ''Manga/SteppingOnRoses'', the heroine Sumi is rendered gobsmacked when her husband Sōichirō throws the "peasant" food she cooked away, then leaving his breakfast half eaten. Of course, since Sumi grew up dirt poor with rarely enough food for herself, let alone her brothers and sisters, this attitude is completely understandable.



* In ''VideoGame/Disgaea2CursedMemories'', Etna has gone rogue from Laharl's court, and considers him a deadly enemy, even fantasizing about murdering him over and over again. The reason? He ''stole her dessert!''



* In PunchOut on the Wii, Soda Popinski will occasionally get out a bottle and drink it to restore his health. However, you can knock it out of his hands before he has a chance. If you do, he'll launch a flurry of powerful uppercuts very quickly at you. Far worse is if you do the same thing to Doc Louis' chocolate bar during Doc Louis' Punch out, which makes his attacks ''much'' faster (and he gets out another chocolate bar straight away that you can't knock away).



* In PunchOut on the Wii, Soda Popinski will occasionally get out a bottle and drink it to restore his health. However, you can knock it out of his hands before he has a chance. If you do, he'll launch a flurry of powerful uppercuts very quickly at you. Far worse is if you do the same thing to Doc Louis' chocolate bar during Doc Louis' Punch out, which makes his attacks ''much'' faster (and he gets out another chocolate bar straight away that you can't knock away).
* In Disgaea2CursedMemories, Etna has gone rogue from Laharl's court, and considers him a deadly enemy, even fantasizing about murdering him over and over again. The reason? He ''stole her dessert!''



* In ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'', Hunson Abadeer is the Lord of Evil and a neglectful father, but the moment that causes his daughter Marceline to give up on her relationship with him is when he eats her french fries. She even writes a song about their relationship and titles it, "Daddy, Why Did You Eat My Fries?"



* Played with in ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'', where a little girl pushes Mojo, causing him to drop his ice cream cone. He's about to flip out, until the melting ice cream helps him break his writers block and come up with a new plan to fight the girls.



* Played with in ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'', where a little girl pushes Mojo, causing him to drop his ice cream cone. He's about to flip out, until the melting ice cream helps him break his writers block and come up with a new plan to fight the girls.
* In ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'', Hunson Abadeer is the Lord of Evil and a neglectful father, but the moment that causes his daughter Marceline to give up on her relationship with him is when he eats her french fries. She even writes a song about their relationship and titles it, "Daddy, Why Did You Eat My Fries?"
1st Dec '16 12:36:02 PM IKEZE-KISAMA
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* In ''[[ComicBook/{{Lobo}} Lobo: Portrait of a Victim]]'' a bar shootout occurs when the troublesome Aggro Gang decides to toss their crusts of their eaten pizza about, with one of them landing into the unsuspecting mug of one (soon to die) complainer. Several bullets (and dead people) later, one of the bullets strike the Main Man's hard earned mug of beer. You should know happens when the Main Man is pissed off.

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* In ''[[ComicBook/{{Lobo}} Lobo: ''Lobo: Portrait of a Victim]]'' Victim'', a bar shootout occurs when the troublesome Aggro Gang decides to toss their crusts of their eaten pizza about, with one of them landing into the unsuspecting mug of one (soon to die) complainer. Several bullets (and dead people) later, one of the bullets strike the Main Man's hard earned mug of beer. You should already know happens when the [[RoaringRampageOfDestruction Main Man is pissed off. angry.]]
1st Dec '16 12:33:17 PM IKEZE-KISAMA
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* In ''[[ComicBook/{{Lobo}} Lobo: Portrait of a Victim]]'' a bar shootout occurs when the troublesome Aggro Gang decides to toss their crusts of their eaten pizza about, with one of them landing into the unsuspecting mug of one (soon to die) complainer. Several bullets (and dead people) later, one of the bullets strike the Main Man's hard earned mug of beer. You should know happens when the Main Man is pissed off.



* In ''[[ComicBook/Lobo Lobo: Portrait of a Victim]]'' a bar shootout occurs when the troublesome Aggro Gang decides to toss their crusts of their eaten pizza about, with one of them landing into the unsuspecting mug of one (soon to die) complainer. Several bullets (and dead people) later, one of the bullets strike the Main Man's hard earned mug of beer. You should know what comes next.
1st Dec '16 12:30:39 PM IKEZE-KISAMA
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* In ''[[ComicBook/Lobo Lobo: Portrait of a Victim]]'' a bar shootout occurs when the troublesome Aggro Gang decides to toss their crusts of their eaten pizza about, with one of them landing into the unsuspecting mug of one (soon to die) complainer. Several bullets (and dead people) later, one of the bullets strike the Main Man's hard earned mug of beer. You should know what comes next.
16th Nov '16 10:05:51 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* On the "Trouble With Tribbles" episode of StarTrek, Kirk is not the least bit happy to find tribbles in his coffee and chicken sandwich.

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* On the "Trouble With Tribbles" episode of StarTrek, Kirk is not the least bit happy to find tribbles in his coffee and chicken sandwich. (Of course, he could simply be upset because of the ''bigger'' problem, that the tribbles are in the food dispensers - along with everything else - and causing ''everybody'' problems.)
13th Nov '16 10:22:06 AM Bergamot
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* Taken to perhaps its ultimate extreme in ''Literature/WeHaveAlwaysLivedInTheCastle'', in which the narrator Merricat is DeniedFoodAsPunishment [[spoiler: and takes revenge by poisoning her whole family.]]
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