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21st Aug '15 5:30:19 AM DeisTheAlcano
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* In ''Marvel Comics Presents Series/{{ALF}}'' Issue #8, it is subverted in his own WhatIf : ALF, after being chased by Raquel Ochmonek for his mischief, ALF [[LampshadeHanging lampshades]] that [[BreakingTheFourthWall he's lucky]] that UsefulNotes/TheComicsCode Authority had her throwing a feather-duster, not a rolling pin, which Trevor Ochmonek agreed wholeheartedly... since it ''him'' instead!
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* In ''Marvel Comics Presents Series/{{ALF}}'' Issue #8, it is subverted in his own WhatIf : ALF, after being chased by Raquel Ochmonek for his mischief, ALF [[LampshadeHanging lampshades]] that [[BreakingTheFourthWall he's lucky]] that UsefulNotes/TheComicsCode Authority had her throwing a feather-duster, not a rolling pin, which Trevor Ochmonek agreed wholeheartedly... since it hit ''him'' instead!

* ''Film/{{Hancock}}'' breaks one over Charlize Theron's head, but she's just as invulnerable as he is. * This is the Weapon Of Choice for the wife of Pekka Puupää (Puupää meaning Woodhead, as in someone dense) Justiina in the Finnish series of comedy films called Pekka ja Pätkä (Pekka and Shorty/Stumpy). She is an Iron Matron or maybe Apron Matron, with a will strong enough to bend steel (not literally), and she has quite the Death Glare to boot.
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* ''Film/{{Hancock}}'' In ''Film/{{Hancock}}'', the eponymous character breaks one over Charlize Theron's head, but she's just as invulnerable as he is. * This is the Weapon Of Choice for the wife of Pekka Puupää ''Pekka Puupää'' (Puupää meaning Woodhead, as in someone dense) Justiina in the Finnish series of comedy films called Pekka ja Pätkä (Pekka and Shorty/Stumpy). She is an Iron Matron or maybe Apron Matron, ApronMatron, with a will strong enough to bend steel (not literally), and she has quite the Death Glare DeathGlare to boot.

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* Music/VinceGill's "One More Last Chance" describes a woman coming after her husband with a rolling pin and a Bible: "If you don't listen to my preachin', boy / I'm gonna have to beat you half to death."
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* Music/VinceGill's ''Music/VinceGill'''s "One More Last Chance" describes a woman coming after her husband with a rolling pin and a Bible: "If you don't listen to my preachin', boy / I'm gonna have to beat you half to death."

[[folder:Video Games]] * In the arcade game ''[[VideoGame/DragonsLair Dragon's Lair II: The Time Warp]]'', during the first levek, Dirk is pursued, after the kidnapping of Daphne, by his irate mother-in-law, who is wielding a rolling pin.
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[[folder:Video Games]] [[folder:VideoGames]] * In the first level of the arcade game ''[[VideoGame/DragonsLair Dragon's Lair II: The Time Warp]]'', during the first levek, Dirk is pursued, after the kidnapping of Daphne, by his irate mother-in-law, who is wielding a rolling pin.

* In the "French Baker" minigame from ''Videogame/{{Action52}}'', the eponymous baker throws rolling pins (if you can get the game to work).
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* In the "French Baker" minigame from ''Videogame/{{Action52}}'', the eponymous baker throws rolling pins (if (If you can get the game to work).work). * All the multiplayer characters of ''Videogame/BioShock2'' can use a rolling pin as their melee weapon.

* In ''[[Franchise/WallaceAndGromit The Wrong Trousers]]'', Gromit brandishes a rolling pin at Feathers [=McGraw=]. Feathers responds by pulling a gun on Gromit and forcing him into the wardrobe with Wallace.
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* In ''[[Franchise/WallaceAndGromit The Wrong Trousers]]'', ''WesternAnimation/TheWrongTrousers'', Gromit brandishes a rolling pin at Feathers [=McGraw=]. Feathers responds by pulling a gun on Gromit and forcing him into the wardrobe with Wallace.
24th Jul '15 10:12:15 PM NoriMori
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* In the browser game ''[[http://www.addictinggames.com/girl-games/bash-girl-game.jsp Bash Girl]]'', each enemy has two variants; one enemy has a variant that wields a Rolling Pin of Doom, and a variant that wields a FryingPanOfDoom.
22nd Jun '15 12:59:18 PM DaibhidC
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* An Creator/OgdenNash poem describes a cartoonist whose life was a stream of classic comic strip tropes. When his wife finally had enough of it all, she naturally used a rolling pin to do him in.
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* An The Creator/OgdenNash poem "The Comic Spirit or Never Say Die, Say Kick The Bucket" describes a cartoonist whose life was a stream of classic comic strip tropes. When his wife finally had enough of it all, she naturally used a rolling pin to do him in.
23rd May '15 2:08:32 AM kuopiofi
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* This is the Weapon Of Choice for the wife of Pekka Puupää (Puupää meaning Woodhead, as in someone dense) Justiina in the Finnish series of comedy films called Pekka ja Pätkä (Pekka and Shorty/Stumpy). She is an Iron Matron or maybe Apron Matron, with a will strong enough to bend steel (not literally), and she has quite the Death Glare to boot. [http://annensalainenystava.omablogi.fi/files/2014/02/Justiina.jpg Here is a picture of her.]]
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* This is the Weapon Of Choice for the wife of Pekka Puupää (Puupää meaning Woodhead, as in someone dense) Justiina in the Finnish series of comedy films called Pekka ja Pätkä (Pekka and Shorty/Stumpy). She is an Iron Matron or maybe Apron Matron, with a will strong enough to bend steel (not literally), and she has quite the Death Glare to boot. [http://annensalainenystava.omablogi.fi/files/2014/02/Justiina.jpg Here is a picture of her.]]
23rd May '15 1:34:53 AM JonVonBass
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* This is the Weapon Of Choice for the wife of Pekka Puupää (Puupää meaning Woodhead, as in someone dense) Justiina in the Finnish series of comedy films called Pekka ja Pätkä (Pekka and Shorty/Stumpy). She is an Iron Matron or maybe Apron Matron, with a will strong enough to bend steel (not literally), and she has quite the Death Glare to boot. [[http://img.yle.fi/uutiset/kulttuuri/article5858714.ece/ALTERNATES/w960/Pekka+ja+P%C3%A4tk%C3%A4+-elokuvat.+Siiri+Angerkoski+(Justiina+Puup%C3%A4%C3%A4,+Pekka+Puup%C3%A4%C3%A4n+vaimo)+kaulin+k%C3%A4dess%C3%A4.+Roolikuva. Here is a picture of her.]]
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* This is the Weapon Of Choice for the wife of Pekka Puupää (Puupää meaning Woodhead, as in someone dense) Justiina in the Finnish series of comedy films called Pekka ja Pätkä (Pekka and Shorty/Stumpy). She is an Iron Matron or maybe Apron Matron, with a will strong enough to bend steel (not literally), and she has quite the Death Glare to boot. [[http://img.yle.fi/uutiset/kulttuuri/article5858714.ece/ALTERNATES/w960/Pekka+ja+P%C3%A4tk%C3%A4+-elokuvat.+Siiri+Angerkoski+(Justiina+Puup%C3%A4%C3%A4,+Pekka+Puup%C3%A4%C3%A4n+vaimo)+kaulin+k%C3%A4dess%C3%A4.+Roolikuva. [http://annensalainenystava.omablogi.fi/files/2014/02/Justiina.jpg Here is a picture of her.]]
23rd May '15 1:30:50 AM JonVonBass
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* This is the Weapon Of Choice for the wife of Pekka Puupää (Puupää meaning Woodhead, as in someone dense) Justiina in the Finnish series of comedy films called Pekka ja Pätkä (Pekka and Shorty/Stumpy). She is an Iron Matron or maybe Apron Matron, with a will strong enough to bend steel (not literally), and she has quite the Death Glare to boot. [[http://img.yle.fi/uutiset/kulttuuri/article5858714.ece/ALTERNATES/w960/Pekka+ja+P%C3%A4tk%C3%A4+-elokuvat.+Siiri+Angerkoski+(Justiina+Puup%C3%A4%C3%A4,+Pekka+Puup%C3%A4%C3%A4n+vaimo)+kaulin+k%C3%A4dess%C3%A4.+Roolikuva. Here is a picture of her.]]
12th Mar '15 1:26:07 PM MrInitialMan
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* In the "French Baker" minigame from ''Videogame/{{Action52}}'', the eponymous baker throws rolling pins (if you can get the game to work).
24th Sep '14 7:22:30 AM Patachou
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* ComicBook/SuskeEnWiske: Tante Sidonia uses rolling pins often to defend herself. * ComicStrip/{{Nero}}: Madam Pheip and Madam Nero's favorite weapon of defense.
24th May '14 12:45:02 PM Shadoboy
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* In the arcade game ''[[VideoGame/DragonsLair Dragon's Lair II: The Time Warp]]'', Dirk is pursued, after the kidnapping of Daphne, by his irate mother-in-law, who is wielding a rolling pin.
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* In the arcade game ''[[VideoGame/DragonsLair Dragon's Lair II: The Time Warp]]'', during the first levek, Dirk is pursued, after the kidnapping of Daphne, by his irate mother-in-law, who is wielding a rolling pin.
23rd Apr '14 12:30:35 PM Omeganian
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[[folder:Jokes]] * For some reason, this trope is extremely common in [[RussianHumour Russian jokes]] (often overlapping with the FryingPanOfDoom), the common scenario being a husband coming home late (and often drunk) to get hit over his head by one. For example: ** Two women are talking: ---> Masha, can I borrow your rolling pin for a couple hours? ---> Sorry, neighbor, I'm still waiting for my own drunkard. ** A women calls a shop: ---> Hello? My husband gave me for a present a kitchen kit he bought from you, but the rolling pin is missing! ---> He [[GenreSavvy refused to take it]]. ** A totally drunk husband returns home late. His wife meets him at the door, holding a rolling pin. He tries to give her a hug: ---> My little worker bee... at this hour, and you are still baking. [[/folder]]
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