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27th May '18 4:30:18 AM jormis29
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* Travis Tritt's "Foolish Pride" is about a failed relationship where both sides are afraid to show their feelings for each other out of pride.

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* Travis Tritt's Music/TravisTritt's "Foolish Pride" is about a failed relationship where both sides are afraid to show their feelings for each other out of pride.
14th Apr '18 4:11:42 PM TompaDompa
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* The theme of Pride[=/=]Vanity as an engine of destruction runs all through the plot of ''Film/TheDevilsAdvocate'', namely because it makes you careless and imprudent or just drags you into the affairs that will surely and painfully bite you in the ass. Even [[{{Satan}} the father of the sin himself]] is not invulnerable to its pernicious influence. At one point, he describes it as his favorite sin and the most "natural" as it stems from a "love of self"

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* This is Vijay's defining characteristic in ''Film/{{Deewaar}}''. Most noticeably, he refuses to take money that is thrown at him, demanding instead that it be put directly in his hand.
* The theme of Pride[=/=]Vanity as an engine of destruction runs destructionruns all through the plot of ''Film/TheDevilsAdvocate'', namely because it makes you careless and imprudent or just drags you into the affairs that will surely and painfully bite you in the ass. Even [[{{Satan}} the father of the sin himself]] is not invulnerable to its pernicious influence. At one point, he describes it as his favorite sin and the most "natural" as it stems from a "love of self"
12th Mar '18 4:55:46 PM vexusdylandasecond
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* ''WebAnimation/{{Dreamscape}}'': Even though Melissa [[HeelFaceTurn is no longer aligned]] with [[WickedWitch Melinda]], she's kept ''all'' her ego!
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8th Mar '18 8:58:34 PM Gamermaster
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* This is why Kaguya and Shirogane don't confess to each other in ''Manga/KaguyaSamaWaKokurasetai''. They're both so arrogant, they refuse to accept the idea that someone has any form of power over them even something as simple as a crush. They're ideal of dating is the other begging for the other to date them and they give them pity.

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* This is why Kaguya and Shirogane don't confess to each other in ''Manga/KaguyaSamaWaKokurasetai''.''Manga/KaguyaSamaLoveIsWar''. They're both so arrogant, they refuse to accept the idea that someone has any form of power over them even something as simple as a crush. They're ideal of dating is the other begging for the other to date them and they give them pity.
26th Feb '18 6:33:32 PM johnnye
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** ''Series/BetterCallSaul'' has Chuck McGill, a lawyer who is usually too stubborn to admit he's wrong, and is so ashamed of his EMP-intolerant condition that he risks his life to be seen in public with a protective "space blanket".

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** ''Series/BetterCallSaul'' has Chuck McGill, a [=McGill=], an elite and pompous lawyer who is usually too stubborn to admit he's wrong, wrong. At the beginning of the series, Chuck is too proud even to let his office make allowances for his debilitating maybe-medical-maybe-psychological sensitivity to electromagnetic radiation, and has become a homebound recluse as a result. A more subtle case is so ashamed his brother Jimmy, the protagonist of the series -- Chuck's perfectionism and defensiveness of his EMP-intolerant condition professional reputation repeatedly stymie his own attempts to get his brother to go straight, by causing him to insult [[NotSoDifferent Jimmy's own pride]]. Jimmy outwardly seems an underachieving, unscrupulous and self-hating person (that's certainly Chuck's impression of him), but he does pride himself on his self-determination, and tends to rankle any time his brother expects him to show gratitude or deference, reacting self-destructively. As the series goes on it becomes increasingly clear that Chuck ''wants'' Jimmy to fail at the law, as he risks resents his life to be seen in public with a protective "space blanket".brother's easy charm and likability and cherishes the one thing he has that Jimmy doesn't.
8th Feb '18 4:24:01 PM nombretomado
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NotToBeConfusedWith a group of lions, which is also called a "pride".

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NotToBeConfusedWith JustForFun/NotToBeConfusedWith a group of lions, which is also called a "pride".
3rd Feb '18 10:10:32 AM Snicka
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NotToBeConfusedWith a group of lions, which is also called a "pride".
25th Jan '18 4:01:15 AM E1craZ4life
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** ''Disney/WreckItRalph'' - [[spoiler:Turbo was the player character of a racing game that was decommissioned after his thirst for gamer attention drove him to crash a newer racing game purely out of jealousy. After escaping, he took over the racing game Sugar Rush and disguised himself as King Candy, doing everything possible to make himself the favorite of everyone who played the game.]]
23rd Jan '18 8:57:34 AM Derkhan
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* In ''Literature/MalazanBookOfTheFallen'' High King Kallor is arrogant, prone to overestepping his bounds, and ''very'' touchy about insults to his person. And then there's the whole, "allowing a continent to die rather than relinquishing control of it" thing, and the obsession with power and becoming an Ascendant.

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* In ''Literature/MalazanBookOfTheFallen'' the ''Literature/MalazanBookOfTheFallen'', High King Kallor is arrogant, prone to overestepping his bounds, and ''very'' touchy about insults to his person. And then there's the whole, "allowing a continent to die rather than relinquishing control of it" thing, and the obsession with power and becoming an Ascendant.
3rd Jan '18 5:22:53 PM nombretomado
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* Zeus/Jupiter from the ''Literature/{{Percy Jackson|and the Olympians}}'' book series unsurprisingly suffers from this. Many of the crises are caused or made worse by Zeus' pride. In TheHeroesOfOlympus Jupiter's wounded pride at being helped and told off by mortals in the Titan War leads him to seal Olympus and do nothing to stop the Giants. Luckily, the other gods are not so stupid and work behind his back.

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* Zeus/Jupiter from the ''Literature/{{Percy Jackson|and the Olympians}}'' book series unsurprisingly suffers from this. Many of the crises are caused or made worse by Zeus' pride. In TheHeroesOfOlympus ''Literature/TheHeroesOfOlympus'' Jupiter's wounded pride at being helped and told off by mortals in the Titan War leads him to seal Olympus and do nothing to stop the Giants. Luckily, the other gods are not so stupid and work behind his back.
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