History Main / ProducePelting

17th Apr '18 11:56:23 AM longWriter
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* ''Literature/TheRiftwarCycle'': [[DiscussedTrope Discussed]] in the novelization of ''VideoGame/BetrayalAtKrondor'': James explains to Gorath that this is done to speakers who the audience doesn't like, and being a dark elf FishOutOfWater in human civilization, Gorath thinks it's insane.
6th Apr '18 3:22:38 PM DrFraud
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* In ''[[http://deluded-musings.fanficauthors.net/The_Band/The_Band/ The Band]]'' Ron and Harry start their own band in order to relieve Harry's boredom. At their first and only school performance they're showered with conjured fruit.

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* In ''[[http://deluded-musings.fanficauthors.net/The_Band/The_Band/ The Band]]'' Ron and Harry start their own band in order to relieve Harry's boredom.a band. At their first and only school performance they're showered with conjured fruit.


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* In ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/12876801/1/Nothing-Stays-The-Same Nothing Stays The Same]]'' after Dumbledore's misdeeds are posthumously discovered, his portrait is set up in one magical area after another so that people can throw fruit and veggies at it.
27th Mar '18 9:08:56 AM Pichu-kun
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* The WesternAnimation/{{Classic Disney Short|s}} ''Disney/DerFuehrersFace'' ends with a caricature representing UsefulNotes/AdolfHitler's face being hit by a tomato, which then trickles to form the words "TheEnd."
** Also happens near the end of ''Donald's Dilemma'' when Daisy manages to get Donald's squawky voice back while he's crooning for his audience.

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* The WesternAnimation/{{Classic ''WesternAnimation/{{Classic Disney Short|s}} Shorts}}'':
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''Disney/DerFuehrersFace'' ends with a caricature representing UsefulNotes/AdolfHitler's face being hit by a tomato, which then trickles to form the words "TheEnd."
** Also happens near the end of ''Donald's Dilemma'' ''WesternAnimation/DonaldsDilemma'' when Daisy manages to get Donald's squawky voice back while he's crooning for his audience.
21st Feb '18 12:44:31 PM TPercival
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* This happens in the Tiny battle in the remake of Crash Bandicoot: Warped in ''VideoGame/CrashBandicootNSaneTrilogy'', If you try hiding in the corner during the lion charge section, the audience pelts Crash with cheese, which can be hazardous if Crash slips one one and falls into a lion. After Tiny is defeated, the audience starts throwing tomatoes at him.
18th Feb '18 12:24:14 PM TPercival
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Recess}}'': Randall is pelted with the rest of the student body's lunch contents in "Stand Up Randall" after he tattles on another kid at the beginning.
17th Feb '18 3:05:11 PM JackG
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* ''Series/{{Lucifer}}''. In "The One With The Baby Carrot", Lucifer comes to Dan's stand-up comedy routine armed with a bunch of tomatoes, which he gleefully--and unapologetically--throws at Dan, despite the whole thing being a set-up to lure out a killer.
6th Feb '18 10:49:46 AM DavidDelony
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* Music/{{Yes}} keyboardist was so displeased with Creator/Hipgnosis' album art proposal for the upcoming ''Yes Tor'' album, that he threw a tomato at the artwork. The effect was [[ThrowItIn incorporated into the artwork]] and the album was dubbed ''Tormato''.

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* Music/{{Yes}} keyboardist was so displeased with Creator/Hipgnosis' Creator/{{Hipgnosis}}' album art proposal for the upcoming ''Yes Tor'' album, that he threw a tomato at the artwork. The effect was [[ThrowItIn incorporated into the artwork]] and the album was dubbed ''Tormato''.
30th Jan '18 11:45:34 AM Antigone3
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* During the 1960s and 1970s, at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, fans would often throw oranges onto the football field after the first Nebraska touchdown of the game. Unlike most other examples on this page, this was a form of applause; at the time, Nebraska was part of the Big 8 conference, and the Big 8 champion always played in the Orange Bowl. Oranges on the field were a way of saying "We're going to the Orange Bowl!". Oranges on the field also caused a mess, especially after Nebraska installed artificial turf in 1970, and for at least half the season were likely to be frozen solid (thanks to Nebraska weather) before they were thrown, with obvious risks. The university finally managed to convince fans to just stick with the traditional balloon release to celebrate the first touchdown.
18th Jan '18 3:11:13 AM RedScharlach
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A displeased crowd is throwing stuff at speakers and artists according to the RuleOfFunny. Eggs, lettuce and vegetables are generally favored, with tomatoes an all-time favorite. Originates from way back in the 19th century, when audiences and working-class theatergoers would often carry these things into the (very rowdy by our standards) theaters, and chuck it (or chairs and such) at bad performances. Look for an HonestJohn-type character to have a cart filled with said rotten vegetables for sale for this particular purpose.

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A displeased crowd is throwing stuff at speakers and artists according to the RuleOfFunny. Eggs, lettuce and vegetables are generally favored, with tomatoes an all-time favorite. Originates from way back in the 19th century, when audiences and working-class theatergoers would often carry these things into the (very rowdy by our standards) theaters, and chuck it them (or chairs and such) at bad performances. Look for an HonestJohn-type character to have a cart filled with said rotten vegetables for sale for this particular purpose.



* On the first episode or movie of any adaptation of ''Manga/HanaYoriDango'' all the students gather around Tsukushi and nail her with rotten eggs and other stuff. The Korean adaptation even added a flour BucketBoobyTrap to deliver some extra humiliation for the PluckyGirl

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* On In the first episode or movie of any adaptation of ''Manga/HanaYoriDango'' all the students gather around Tsukushi and nail her with rotten eggs and other stuff. The Korean adaptation even added a flour BucketBoobyTrap to deliver some extra humiliation for the PluckyGirl



* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Coco}}'', [[spoiler: Ernesto de la Cruz gets this reception after being outed as a murderous fraud via EngineeredPublicConfession]].

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* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Coco}}'', [[spoiler: Ernesto [[spoiler:Ernesto de la Cruz gets this reception after being outed as a murderous fraud via EngineeredPublicConfession]].



* In ''Film/{{Skippy}}'', cute little kids Skippy and Sooky are putting on a little backyard variety show, but meanspirited kid Sidney brings an array of produce which he starts flinging at the performers. Skippy takes care of this by getting his own tomato, throwing it from backstage, and nailing Sidney right in the face.

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* In ''Film/{{Skippy}}'', cute little kids Skippy and Sooky are putting on a little backyard variety show, but meanspirited mean-spirited kid Sidney brings an array of produce which he starts flinging at the performers. Skippy takes care of this by getting his own tomato, throwing it from backstage, and nailing Sidney right in the face.



* This is ultimately how the United States soldiers stationed within Italy end up having to drive Captain America off stage in a USO tour gone sour in ''Film/CaptainAmericaTheFirstAvenger'' (that, as well as a soldier mooning him). [[LuckilyMyShieldWillProtectMe Fortunately he's got his shield to block the vegetables]], but the humiliation is another matter, inspiring Cap to stop acting as a propaganda symbol and start being the OneManArmy he's meant to be.

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* This is ultimately how the United States US soldiers stationed within in Italy end up having to drive Captain America off stage in a USO tour gone sour in ''Film/CaptainAmericaTheFirstAvenger'' (that, as well as a soldier mooning him). [[LuckilyMyShieldWillProtectMe Fortunately he's got his shield to block the vegetables]], but the humiliation is another matter, inspiring Cap to stop acting as a propaganda symbol and start being the OneManArmy he's meant to be.



* Game 6 of the 2003 National League Championship Series. The Chicago Cubs had not even made the World Series since 1945, a drought popularly attributed to the Curse of the Billy Goat, but in 2003 they were up in the best-of-seven series three games to two, and Cubs fans could smell their ticket to the World Series and the end of the curse that night after the Cubs were up 3-0 against the Florida Marlins with one out in the top of the 8th inning. Then came Luis Castillo's pop-up foul ball to the edge of left field, which Cubs fan Steve Bartman inadvertedly knocked away from Cubs left fielder Moises Alou, who otherwise had a good chance of catching it for the second out of the inning. The Marlins proceeded to score eight runs that inning, and angry fans in the vicinity began chanting "Asshole!" and death threats, blaming him for the team's sudden collapse. They eventually graduated to throwing beer, bratwursts, pizza, pretzels, and other debris as Bartman had to be led away by security for his own safety. The Cubs lost the game 8-3, and lost Game 7 the next night as well - it wouldn't be until 2016 when the Cubs returned to (and won) the World Series.

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* Game 6 of the 2003 National League Championship Series. The Chicago Cubs had not even made the World Series since 1945, a drought popularly attributed to the Curse of the Billy Goat, but in 2003 they were up in the best-of-seven series three games to two, and Cubs fans could smell their ticket to the World Series and the end of the curse that night after the Cubs were up 3-0 against the Florida Marlins with one out in the top of the 8th inning. Then came Luis Castillo's pop-up foul ball to the edge of left field, which Cubs fan Steve Bartman inadvertedly inadvertently knocked away from Cubs left fielder Moises Alou, who otherwise had a good chance of catching it for the second out of the inning. The Marlins proceeded to score eight runs that inning, and angry fans in the vicinity began chanting "Asshole!" and death threats, blaming him for the team's sudden collapse. They eventually graduated to throwing beer, bratwursts, pizza, pretzels, and other debris as Bartman had to be led away by security for his own safety. The Cubs lost the game 8-3, and lost Game 7 the next night as well - it wouldn't be until 2016 when the Cubs returned to (and won) the World Series.
17th Jan '18 9:20:18 AM FlyingDuckManGenesis
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* In the ''Disney/{{Pinocchio}}'' LicensedGame for the [[UsefulNotes/SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem SNES]] and UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis, in the third level, Pinocchio must copy the dance moves of the puppets in Stromboli's puppet show by pressing the right button combinations. If he succeeds, the audience will cheer and throw money and power-ups, and if he doesn't, the audience will jeer and throw tomatoes, which drain his health.
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