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29th Apr '16 1:21:45 AM jormis29
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* When Eric [[spoiler: covering for Donna]] gets caught smoking at school, Red makes him smoke an entire carton of cigarettes.

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* When Eric [[spoiler: covering for Donna]] gets caught smoking at school, school in the "Eric Gets Suspended" episode of ''Series/That70sShow'', Red makes him smoke an entire carton of cigarettes.
28th Apr '16 3:10:25 AM shamblingdead2
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* The premise of ''Literature/ChocolateFever'' by Robert Kimmel Smith. Over the course of the story, the protagonist eats too much chocolate and never wants to eat it again by the end.

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* The premise of ''Literature/ChocolateFever'' by Robert Kimmel Smith. Over the course of the story, the protagonist eats too much protagonist's chocolate and never wants addiction causes him to break out in spots of chocolate. By the end of the story, he can still eat it again by the end.chocolate, just in moderation.
28th Apr '16 3:08:43 AM shamblingdead2
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* The premise of ''Literature/ChocolateFever'' by Robert Kimmel Smith. Over the course of the story, the protagonist eats too much chocolate and never wants to eat it again by the end.
28th Apr '16 3:03:50 AM shamblingdead2
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* A few years ago, a necklace was invented with food scents, such as chocolate or pizza, with the premise that if you smelled it all the time, you would stop wanting the food.
28th Apr '16 3:01:02 AM shamblingdead2
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** Played with a second time when Vanessa comes home drunk. They play a "drinking game" with Vanessa, but when it comes to her turn, she figures out it's tea.


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* When Eric [[spoiler: covering for Donna]] gets caught smoking at school, Red makes him smoke an entire carton of cigarettes.
6th Apr '16 12:14:46 AM FordPrefect
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** It might count as a deconstruction of the Radish Cure though as throughout the film Brewster 1) Still wants the money and 2) Has serious trouble trying to actually spend the amount without gaining assets (thus carrying out the terms of the cure). Even at the climax of the movie, when things are down to the wire, he still has $20,000 to spend.

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** It might count as a deconstruction of the Radish Cure though Cure, though, as throughout the film Brewster 1) Still still wants the money and 2) Has has serious trouble trying to actually spend the amount without gaining assets (thus carrying out the terms of the cure). Even at the climax of the movie, when things are down to the wire, he still has $20,000 to spend.
9th Mar '16 11:34:01 PM TheSinful
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* In one ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' story, Kurenai catches Naruto with a cigarette he stole from Asuma. She forces Naruto to smoke an entire carton to make him sick and prevent him from ever smoking again. Unfortunately, Kurenai forgot to factor in Naruto's HealingFactor, resulting in him simply becoming addicted to cigarettes.
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25th Feb '16 10:31:15 AM MsChibi
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Compare BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor, ExactWords, ReversePsychology. Can overlap with JerkassGenie on the parents' part if they fulfill the child's wish by giving them only the negative aspects of what they want, without any of the good. If the child's punishment is essentially self-inflicted (i.e. s/he ''steals'' the forbidden fruit and experiences its unpleasant consequences), it becomes a case of ThePunishmentIsTheCrime.

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Compare BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor, ExactWords, LiteralGenie, and ReversePsychology. Can overlap with JerkassGenie on the parents' part if they fulfill the child's wish by giving them only the negative aspects of what they want, without any of the good. If the child's punishment is essentially self-inflicted (i.e. s/he ''steals'' the forbidden fruit and experiences its unpleasant consequences), it becomes a case of ThePunishmentIsTheCrime.
5th Feb '16 9:02:42 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''BrewstersMillions'':

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* ''BrewstersMillions'': ''Film/BrewstersMillions'':
22nd Jan '16 9:48:44 PM Nightmask
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* A tragic example near the end of 2015 a mother forced her son to drink enough alcohol to induce alcohol poisoning resulting in his death, especially tragic given he was also on medication that reacted poorly to alcohol as well (although he'd have likely died even if he hadn't been on the medication). Her excuse? 'That's how my momma taught me not to want to drink.'
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