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23rd Jun '18 12:42:39 AM konekootome
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* PlayedForDrama in ''FanFic/ConversationsWithACryptid'' as All for One had many children experimented on or horrifically killed without any remorse. [[spoiler: So Izuku thinks its extremely hypocritical that All for One would rather have Izuku leave the heroing and investigating to the adults.]]
13th Jun '18 7:27:21 AM MsCC93
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** Chi-Chi comes across this way towards Gohan, forbidding him from fighting despite her fighting herself when she was a teenager. This is understandable, as she believed that Gohan was far too young to be fighting at age 4-5. It also helps that even other characters like Krillin and Bulma lampshaded throughout the series about how children (Gohan, Goten, and Trunks) shouldn't even be fighting and engaging in dangerous activities in the first place. It also helps that Chi-Chi started fighting when she was 12, in contrast to Gohan who started fighting when he was ''4.'' However, it's later revealed that ''she's'' the one who trained Gohan's younger brother Gohan, who is introduced at around the same age. Even at that point, she continues to harp on Gohan to focus on his studies.

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** Chi-Chi comes across this way towards Gohan, forbidding him from fighting despite her fighting herself when she was a teenager. This is understandable, as she believed that Gohan was far too young to be fighting at age 4-5. It also helps that even other characters like Krillin 4-5, and Bulma lampshaded throughout the series about how children (Gohan, Goten, and Trunks) shouldn't even be fighting and engaging in dangerous activities in the first place. It also helps that Chi-Chi started Chi-chi herself was fighting when she was 12, in contrast to Gohan who started fighting when he was ''4.'' However, it's later revealed that ''she's'' the one who trained Gohan's younger brother Gohan, who is introduced at around the same age. Even at that point, she continues to harp on Gohan to focus on his studies.12.
27th May '18 7:41:03 AM TinMan
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* On ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'', Q got very angry when Q Junior decided to casually test the ''Voyager'' crew by summoning three Borg cubes for them to fight, saying [[EvilIsNotAToy one should not provoke the Borg]]. This coming from the Q that first introduced the Federation to the Borg way back on ''[[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration The Next Generation]]'' by provoking the Borg to go after the ''Enterprise''.
27th May '18 7:21:33 AM Valiona
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* In ''Fanfic/{{Continuance}}'', [[VideoGame/Persona4 Yukiko's]] father, Katsuhiro, makes no secret of how he doesn't think Souji[[note]]Also known as Yu Narukami, the protagonist[[/note]] is good enough for Yukiko. His wife, Ryouko, however, reminds Katsuhiro that he also married into the Amagi family and had to prove himself worthy of Ryouko.
10th May '18 8:02:29 AM TheCastawayPariah
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14th Apr '18 7:28:42 PM nombretomado
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NoRealLifeExamplesPlease. While this trope is indeed TruthInTelevision, it would be filed with natter and complaining about parents who engage in hypocrisy.

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NoRealLifeExamplesPlease.Administrivia/NoRealLifeExamplesPlease. While this trope is indeed TruthInTelevision, it would be filed with natter and complaining about parents who engage in hypocrisy.
11th Apr '18 1:12:22 PM DracoKanji
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** Chi-Chi comes across this way towards Gohan, forbidding him from fighting despite her fighting herself when she was a teenager. This is understandable, as she believed that Gohan was far too young to be fighting at age 4-5. It also helps that even other characters like Krillin and Bulma lampshaded throughout the series about how children (Gohan, Goten, and Trunks) shouldn't even be fighting and engaging in dangerous activities in the first place. It also helps that Chi-Chi started fighting when she was 12, in contrast to Gohan who started fighting when he was ''4.''

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** Chi-Chi comes across this way towards Gohan, forbidding him from fighting despite her fighting herself when she was a teenager. This is understandable, as she believed that Gohan was far too young to be fighting at age 4-5. It also helps that even other characters like Krillin and Bulma lampshaded throughout the series about how children (Gohan, Goten, and Trunks) shouldn't even be fighting and engaging in dangerous activities in the first place. It also helps that Chi-Chi started fighting when she was 12, in contrast to Gohan who started fighting when he was ''4.'''' However, it's later revealed that ''she's'' the one who trained Gohan's younger brother Gohan, who is introduced at around the same age. Even at that point, she continues to harp on Gohan to focus on his studies.
8th Apr '18 12:32:08 AM Vir
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* Happens in ''WesternAnimation/HouseOfMouse'' in the episode "Max's New Car." Goofy refuses to let his son, Max, have his car own, as Goofy's convinced that Max isn't responsible enough for it. But Max later show footage from the short WesternAnimation/MotorMania, which shows that Goofy himself was a fairly reckless driver when he was younger. Mickey, Minnie and Donald even all call out Goofy on this.

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* Happens in ''WesternAnimation/HouseOfMouse'' in the episode "Max's New Car." Goofy refuses to let his son, Max, have his car own, own car, as Goofy's convinced that Max isn't responsible enough for it. But Max later show footage from the short WesternAnimation/MotorMania, which shows that Goofy himself was a fairly reckless driver when he was younger. Mickey, Minnie and Donald even all call out Goofy on this.
7th Apr '18 4:04:17 PM nighttrainfm
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** Then there's Excelsior, a team of ex-teen heroes who try to get the Runaways out of the hero game...by putting their old costumes back on and fighting them. When called on this, Turbo invokes the trope. "It's like my mom always said, Jono. 'Do as I say, not as I do.'"

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** Then there's Excelsior, a team of ex-teen heroes who try to get the Runaways out of the hero game...by putting their old costumes back on and fighting them. When called on this, one of their own members points out the mixed message, Turbo invokes the trope. "It's like my mom always said, Jono. 'Do as I say, not as I do.'"
26th Mar '18 4:56:05 PM toongrrl1990
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** This pops up later in "Stuff'll Kill Ya" where Ginger develops an addiction to coffee and in a bid to get Ginger to quit the stuff, Doctor Dave tells Lois to get the coffee out of her house. Just when Lois protests she needs it, she realizes how similar that is to being addicted.
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