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12th Jul '17 8:33:49 AM flaminghomer
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** In the "Apes of Wrath", Mama hits Elvis over the head with a rolling pin for scaring the "baby" (actually WesternAnimation/BugsBunny in a case of MistakenIdentity caused by [[DeliveryStork a drunken Stork]]).

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** In the "Apes of Wrath", Mama hits Elvis over the head with a rolling pin for scaring the "baby" (actually WesternAnimation/BugsBunny in a case of MistakenIdentity caused by a drunken [[DeliveryStork a drunken Stork]]).
12th Jul '17 8:32:51 AM flaminghomer
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** In the "Apes of Wrath", Mama hits Elvis over the head with a rolling pin for scaring the "baby" (actually WesternAnimation/BugsBunny in a case of MistakenIdentity by [[DeliveryStork a drunken Stork]]).

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** In the "Apes of Wrath", Mama hits Elvis over the head with a rolling pin for scaring the "baby" (actually WesternAnimation/BugsBunny in a case of MistakenIdentity caused by [[DeliveryStork a drunken Stork]]).
12th Jul '17 8:32:11 AM flaminghomer
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** In the "Apes of Wrath", Mama hits Elvis over the head with a rolling pin for scaring the "baby" (actually WesternAnimation/BugsBunny in a case of MistakenIdentity by [[DeliveryStork a drunken Stork]]).
15th May '17 12:38:23 PM PehesIII
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* Boris Vian's song "''On est pas là pour se faire engueuler''" ("''We aren't here to get yelled at''") is narrated from the husband's point of view, who comes home late and drunk with his best friend (in the same state) and experiences an OhCrap moment when he sees his wife holding the rolling pin and waiting for them in front of the door. [[spoiler: It gets them both killed.]]
--> '''Narrator''': I had the brilliant idea of bringing [my buddy] home, but I understood when facing the rolling pin...
10th Nov '16 5:05:04 PM ngh93
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-->'''Eustace''': OW! What did I do?!
26th Oct '16 11:10:19 AM Eddy1215
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An ImprobableWeapon, though one that does have reasonable efficacy. Closely related to the FryingPanOfDoom and often used in conjunction with it. Note that most of these rolling pins are made of ''wood'', as plastic is usually too light to do any damage.

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An ImprobableWeapon, though one that does have reasonable efficacy. Closely related to the FryingPanOfDoom and often used in conjunction with it. Note that most of these rolling pins are made of ''wood'', as plastic is usually too light to do any damage. A HenpeckedHusband is a usual target of this.
7th Oct '16 11:39:45 AM erforce
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* Disneyland's ''Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean'' ride has at one point a large woman chasing a food-thieving pirate with a rolling pin.

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* Disneyland's ''Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean'' ''Ride/PiratesOfTheCaribbean'' ride has at one point a large woman chasing a food-thieving pirate with a rolling pin.
31st Aug '16 4:40:15 AM erforce
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* In ''The Bourne Conspiracy'' (the video game based on ''Film/TheBourneIdentity''), one of the enemies on Wombosi's ship kitchen will use a rolling pin to fight you in hand-to-hand combat.

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* In ''The Bourne Conspiracy'' ''VideoGame/TheBourneConspiracy'' (the video game based on ''Film/TheBourneIdentity''), one of the enemies on Wombosi's ship kitchen will use a rolling pin to fight you in hand-to-hand combat.
15th Jul '16 6:07:44 AM TheNicestGuy
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* The rolling pin is one of many household items that can be [[ImprovisedWeapon drafted for combat duty]] in ''VideoGame/ProjectZomboid''. It's only mediocre—much better used for making actual baked goods—but if you're desperately scrabbling through kitchen cabinets and your only other choice is a butter knife, take the pin.
6th Jul '16 2:52:05 PM Adept
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* In the GordonKorman series ''Literature/{{Island}}'', the one brother and sister hospitalised one another on Halloween night. She was a chef armed with a marble rolling pin. We're not told what he was carrying.

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* In the GordonKorman Creator/GordonKorman series ''Literature/{{Island}}'', the one brother and sister hospitalised one another on Halloween night. She was a chef armed with a marble rolling pin. We're not told what he was carrying.
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