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19th Aug '17 11:46:10 AM Baeraad555
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* Power and Prejudice from ''Webcomic/DoesNotPlayWellWithOthers'' are theoretically supervillains of the WellIntentionedExtremist, PayEvilUntoEvil tradition, aiming to make the privileged majority feel the suffering of the oppressed. However, since they lack any actual superpowers or fighting skills, they try to accomplish that by [[SoapBoxSadie standing on the street and yelling progressive buzzwords at straight white people.]] When pressed, Prejudice offers that ze threw a trashcan at a window once, though ze also admits that ze failed to cause any actual damage to the window.
12th Aug '17 7:05:35 PM Kid
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** In Creator/BeverlyCleary's ''Ramona the Brave'', six-year-old RamonaQuimby becomes frustrated, announces she's going to say a bad word, and screams it three times in a row: [[spoiler: guts, guts, guts!]] Naturally, her family finds it hilarious.



* In Creator/BeverlyCleary's ''Ramona the Brave'', six-year-old RamonaQuimby becomes frustrated, announces she's going to say a bad word, and screams it three times in a row: [[spoiler: guts, guts, guts!]] Naturally, her family finds it hilarious.
10th Jun '17 4:00:35 PM nombretomado
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* All Beasts in ''TabletopGame/BeastThePrimordial'' have a HorrorHunger they are forced to sate due to their role as living nightmares spawned to be the DesignatedVillain. However, [[Film/WreckItRalph just because you're a bad guy, doesn't mean you have to be a bad person]] and many Beasts find ways of feeding on fear and pain that minimize the actual harm that they have to do. A Beast can sate their Hunger just fine with methods like beating up muggers, rapists and drug dealers, being a bargain hunter who specialises in taking stalking auctions and pawn shops, or just being a promotion-driven hard-working employee. Kind of jerky, yeah, but hardly evil. Example Beasts in the draft corebook include a scary principal who unnerves disobedient students by playing with her pet scorpion as she scolds them, a super-strict and incorruptible health inspector who will not let a bribe attempt or a cleanliness failure go unreported, a nurse who attends to the old people who otherwise look to be DyingAlone, a vandal who throws bricks through the windows of rich people, an aquatic Beast who feigns she is drowning and then slips away from anyone who is altruistic enough to try and help her, and a professional safecracker who keeps the broken locks as trophies.

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* All Beasts in ''TabletopGame/BeastThePrimordial'' have a HorrorHunger they are forced to sate due to their role as living nightmares spawned to be the DesignatedVillain. However, [[Film/WreckItRalph [[Disney/WreckItRalph just because you're a bad guy, doesn't mean you have to be a bad person]] and many Beasts find ways of feeding on fear and pain that minimize the actual harm that they have to do. A Beast can sate their Hunger just fine with methods like beating up muggers, rapists and drug dealers, being a bargain hunter who specialises in taking stalking auctions and pawn shops, or just being a promotion-driven hard-working employee. Kind of jerky, yeah, but hardly evil. Example Beasts in the draft corebook include a scary principal who unnerves disobedient students by playing with her pet scorpion as she scolds them, a super-strict and incorruptible health inspector who will not let a bribe attempt or a cleanliness failure go unreported, a nurse who attends to the old people who otherwise look to be DyingAlone, a vandal who throws bricks through the windows of rich people, an aquatic Beast who feigns she is drowning and then slips away from anyone who is altruistic enough to try and help her, and a professional safecracker who keeps the broken locks as trophies.
4th Jun '17 10:24:42 AM nombretomado
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* Creator/StuartAshen pokes a poodle just to check off on his TVTropes list.

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* Creator/StuartAshen pokes a poodle just to check off on his TVTropes Wiki/TVTropes list.
10th May '17 11:54:55 AM lilithmercy
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** They also hacked the facebook page of Music/{{Electronicore}} band I See Stars to spout propaganda for some unexplainable reason.
26th Apr '17 6:21:32 AM EvilKid
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** Subverted, as the second and the third are property destruction and freezing can lead to not-too-harmless freezing.
25th Apr '17 10:36:39 AM intastiel
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* In ''Literature/TheWheelOfTime'', one Aes Sedai trainee makes a point of committing some small infraction at regular intervals -- just enough, in her view, to avoid getting a reputation for being a stickler for the rules.
23rd Apr '17 4:19:26 PM AnoneMouseJr
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* ''WesternAnimation/ShrekTheThird'': When the villains attack Far Far Away, there's a montage of them doing various evil deeds. The cyclops' idea of "evil" is stealing the stamps off letters in the mailboxes.
25th Mar '17 12:38:10 PM BunnyStar
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* The ''{{WesternAnimation/Rugrats}}'' episode "Rebel Without a Teddy Bear" features some hilariously pathetic attempts by Tommy to get back at his mom for taking his favorite stuffed animal. Namely when Tommy drinks a cup of juice and "spills" the empty cup on the kitchen floor. Tommy does eventually [[TookALevelInJerkass escalate to real mischief]] under Angelica's guidance, however.

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* The ''{{WesternAnimation/Rugrats}}'' episode "Rebel Without a Teddy Bear" features some hilariously pathetic attempts by Tommy to get back at his mom for taking his favorite stuffed animal.animal to wash it. Namely when Tommy drinks a cup of juice and "spills" the empty cup on the kitchen floor. Tommy does eventually [[TookALevelInJerkass escalate to real mischief]] under Angelica's guidance, however.
13th Mar '17 7:19:53 PM Bissek
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'''Hedley''': [[LampshadeHanging That's not much of a crime.]]\\

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'''Hedley''': [[LampshadeHanging That's not much of a crime.]]\\]][[note]]In some places it would actually be a ''very'' serious crime, as in places with narrow streets, there's nowhere for people trying to avoid the stampeding cattle to go, potentially leading to people getting trampled to death.[[/note]]\\
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