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2nd Dec '16 5:57:02 PM jeez
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* In ''Fanfic/ChrysalisVisitsThaHague''Chrysalis becomes increasingly (literally, physically) clingy in her interactions with her lawyer Estermann. The implications that these are the actions of [[HornyDevils the G-rated succubus that she was in the show]] are rather plain.

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* In ''Fanfic/ChrysalisVisitsThaHague''Chrysalis ''Fanfic/ChrysalisVisitsTheHague'', Chrysalis becomes increasingly (literally, physically) clingy in her interactions with her lawyer Estermann. The implications that these are the actions of [[HornyDevils the G-rated succubus that she was in the show]] are rather plain.
2nd Dec '16 5:55:14 PM jeez
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* In ''Fanfic/ChrysalisVisitsThaHague''Chrysalis becomes increasingly (literally, physically) clingy in her interactions with her lawyer Estermann. The implications that these are the actions of [[HornyDevils the G-rated succubus that she was in the show]] are rather plain.
25th Nov '16 11:32:09 AM Morgenthaler
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* When they were doing the casting for ''Series/{{Bones}}'', it was noted that at one point during the auditions, David Boreanaz (playing [[{{Badass}} FBI Special Agent Seeley Booth]]) stepped in close to Emily Deschanel. Where most people would have stepped back in response, she instead [[StandYourGround stood her ground]].

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* When they were doing the casting for ''Series/{{Bones}}'', it was noted that at one point during the auditions, David Boreanaz (playing [[{{Badass}} FBI Special Agent Seeley Booth]]) Booth) stepped in close to Emily Deschanel. Where most people would have stepped back in response, she instead [[StandYourGround stood her ground]].
12th Nov '16 3:25:29 PM Moonstreak
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It isn't just that they tend to stand too close when they're talking to people--it's that they're practically ''on'' them. You may even be complete strangers, but that doesn't stop them from hanging off of you and breathing your [=CO=][[subscript:2]] during the conversation, whether you like it or not. It doesn't help that they tend to get...er, grabby.

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It isn't just that they tend to stand too close when they're talking to people--it's that they're practically ''on'' them. You may even be complete strangers, but that doesn't stop them from hanging off of you and breathing your [=CO=][[subscript:2]] during the conversation, whether you like it or not. It doesn't help that they tend to get... er, grabby.
6th Nov '16 3:09:29 AM Nintendoman01
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* ''LightNovel/SwordArtOnline'': As shown in [[IHaveYouNowMyPretty his interactions with Asuna]], Sugou has no idea how to keep his hands or his [[LecherousLicking tongue]] to himself.
2nd Nov '16 1:19:31 AM Tron80
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* In Franchise/{{Superman}}/Comicbook/{{Supergirl}} story ''Comicbook/KryptonNoMore'', Clark Kent's co-worker Terri invades his personal space and clings to him as soon as she sees him.
31st Oct '16 11:27:48 AM sgamer82
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* Trebol from the Dressrosa Arc of ''Main/OnePiece'' has this problem. The fact that he's ugly, rude, tells ''very'' inappropriate jokes, has an AnnoyingLaugh, and has a serious post-nasal drip problem doesn't help. Even the other Donquixote Pirates can't stand him. (Except Doflamingo himself, who's [[HeterosexualLifePartners been his friend since childhood]].)

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Trebol from the Dressrosa Arc of ''Main/OnePiece'' has this problem. The fact that he's ugly, rude, tells ''very'' inappropriate jokes, has an AnnoyingLaugh, and has a serious post-nasal drip problem doesn't help. Even the other Donquixote Pirates can't stand him. (Except him with the except of Doflamingo himself, who's [[HeterosexualLifePartners been his friend with Trebol since childhood]].)childhood]].
** "Physical minktimacy" is a cultural trait of the [[PettingZooPeople Minks]] in which they express physical affection to those they like. While some of it is species specific, such as Wanda the dog-woman licking Luffy or rabbit-girl Carrot giving him love bites. In general, the Minks are inclined to rub against and hug anyone they like and are prone to overdoing it when they get excited.
9th Oct '16 4:07:16 AM erforce
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* In ''Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbean'' there doesn't seem to be any place more comfy and hospitable for pirates to hang out than your territorial bubble, and no pirate likes it better than Captain Jack. In the third film, Jack actually manages to invade ''his own'' personal space.

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* In ''Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbean'' ''Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean'' there doesn't seem to be any place more comfy and hospitable for pirates to hang out than your territorial bubble, and no pirate likes it better than Captain Jack. In the [[Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanAtWorldsEnd third film, film]], Jack actually manages to invade ''his own'' personal space.



** Voldemort. When he steals the Elder Wand in ''[[Film/HarryPotterAndTheDeathlyHallows Deathly Hallows, Part 1]]'', he's face to face with the dead Dumbledore. They'd be touching noses, [[TheNoseless if he had a nose]]. Part 2 didn't let up--[[spoiler:after Harry's DisneyDeath]], he offers the Hogwarts students and defenders a chance to join the ranks of the Death Eaters. Draco crosses the field to get to his parents, and ''Voldemort hugs him''. Or tries to, anyway; he clearly has no idea what he's doing.
** Several Death Eaters have this problem in the films; Snape gets uncomfortably close to Harry at times and both Scabior and Bellatrix have some rather [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything suggestive]] moments with Hermione in ''[[Film/HarryPotterAndTheDeathlyHallows Deathly Hallows, Part 1]]''.

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** Voldemort. When he steals the Elder Wand in ''[[Film/HarryPotterAndTheDeathlyHallows ''[[Film/HarryPotterAndTheDeathlyHallowsPart1 Deathly Hallows, Part 1]]'', he's face to face with the dead Dumbledore. They'd be touching noses, [[TheNoseless if he had a nose]]. ''[[Film/HarryPotterAndTheDeathlyHallowsPart2 Part 2 2]] didn't let up--[[spoiler:after Harry's DisneyDeath]], he offers the Hogwarts students and defenders a chance to join the ranks of the Death Eaters. Draco crosses the field to get to his parents, and ''Voldemort hugs him''. Or tries to, anyway; he clearly has no idea what he's doing.
** Several Death Eaters have this problem in the films; Snape gets uncomfortably close to Harry at times and both Scabior and Bellatrix have some rather [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything suggestive]] moments with Hermione in ''[[Film/HarryPotterAndTheDeathlyHallows ''[[Film/HarryPotterAndTheDeathlyHallowsPart1 Deathly Hallows, Part 1]]''.
16th Sep '16 3:57:56 AM 06tele
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* Spoofed in a ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' parody of a ''Lifetime'' movie, ''To Love, Honor and Stalk: the Gillian Woodward Story'', in which Creator/AmyPohler played a woman whose sense of personal space was continually being invaded by...her husband, played by guest star Senator John [=McCain=]. Him doing things like attempting to hug her, or offering to loofah her back, were presented as the horrifying attentions of a creepy stalker, and despite Gillian going to the police and taking her husband to court, the justice system kept pointing out that if she were still married to her husband, and not getting a divorce or separation, then it wasn't actually a crime for him to hug her. At the end, Poehler appears as herself with "the real Gillian Woodward" (Rachel Dratch) who's rather bemused by the whole thing and says that it all began when she mentioned to someone in her exercise class that she used to find it mildly annoying when her husband stood too close to her:

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* Spoofed in a ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' parody of a ''Lifetime'' movie, ''To Love, Honor and Stalk: the Gillian Woodward Story'', in which Creator/AmyPohler Creator/AmyPoehler played a woman whose sense of personal space was continually being invaded by...her husband, played by guest star Senator John [=McCain=]. Him doing things like attempting to hug her, or offering to loofah her back, were presented as the horrifying attentions of a creepy stalker, and despite Gillian going to the police and taking her husband to court, the justice system kept pointing out that if she were still married to her husband, and not getting a divorce or separation, then it wasn't actually a crime for him to hug her. At the end, Poehler appears as herself with "the real Gillian Woodward" (Rachel Dratch) who's rather bemused by the whole thing and says that it all began when she mentioned to someone in her exercise class that she used to find it mildly annoying when her husband stood too close to her:
16th Sep '16 3:57:12 AM 06tele
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* Spoofed in a ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' parody of a ''Lifetime'' movie, ''To Love, Honor and Stalk: the Gillian Woodward Story'', in which Creator/AmyPohler played a woman whose sense of personal space was continually being invaded by...her husband, played by guest star Senator John [=McCain=]. Him doing things like attempting to hug her, or offering to loofah her back, were presented as the horrifying attentions of a creepy stalker, and despite Gillian going to the police and taking her husband to court, the justice system kept pointing out that if she were still married to her husband, and not getting a divorce or separation, then it wasn't actually a crime for him to hug her. At the end, Poehler appears as herself with "the real Gillian Woodward" (Rachel Dratch) who's rather bemused by the whole thing and says that it all began when she mentioned to someone in her exercise class that she used to find it mildly annoying when her husband stood too close to her:
-->'''The Real Gillian Woodward''': Next thing I know, her sister, who was a producer for Lifetime, was trying to buy the rights to my story. I thought they were nuts.
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