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25th Jun '17 3:12:04 AM Vox
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* Sam Hess in ''Series/{{Fargo}}'' is an especially nasty example, still acting like the JerkJock he was in high school and continues to bully and humiliate Lester every chance he gets, even breaking his nose. This last act is what ultimately gets him killed.

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* Sam Hess in ''Series/{{Fargo}}'' is an especially a particularly nasty example, still acting like the JerkJock he was in high school and continues to bully and humiliate Lester every chance he gets, even breaking his nose. This last act is what ultimately gets him killed.
4th Jun '17 12:09:27 PM Morgenthaler
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* As much as she is painted as one of the good-guys, ''ElfBlood's'' Shanna Whittle is in no way a pleasant person. At school, she apparently bullied Gipsy (although this was justified in Shanna's mind as Gipsy stole a boyfriend of hers), she bullied TKO (while the two were out on their graduation mission), and she stole Carlita's lunch money (vengeance for which was exacted with brutal precision). Even today, she still prefers to deal with things with force and fists than reasoning and talking.

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* As much as she is painted as one of the good-guys, ''ElfBlood's'' ''Webcomic/ElfBlood's'' Shanna Whittle is in no way a pleasant person. At school, she apparently bullied Gipsy (although this was justified in Shanna's mind as Gipsy stole a boyfriend of hers), she bullied TKO (while the two were out on their graduation mission), and she stole Carlita's lunch money (vengeance for which was exacted with brutal precision). Even today, she still prefers to deal with things with force and fists than reasoning and talking.
14th May '17 12:08:46 AM Vox
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* Sam Hess in ''Series/{{Fargo}}'' still acts like the JerkJock he was in high school and continues to bully and humiliate Lester every chance he gets, even breaking his nose. This last act is what ultimately gets him killed.

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* Sam Hess in ''Series/{{Fargo}}'' is an especially nasty example, still acts acting like the JerkJock he was in high school and continues to bully and humiliate Lester every chance he gets, even breaking his nose. This last act is what ultimately gets him killed.
30th Apr '17 11:14:11 AM nombretomado
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* Creator/{{NBC}} [=CEO=] Jeff Zucker is perhaps the prime person responsible for screwing Creator/ConanOBrien out of ''TheTonightShow''. Zucker and O'Brien headed up rival school newspapers when they went to Harvard together. [[http://www.vanityfair.com/online/culture/2010/01/13/is-conan-the-victim-of-harvards-crimsonlampoon-rivalry.html No joke]].

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* Creator/{{NBC}} [=CEO=] Jeff Zucker is perhaps the prime person responsible for screwing Creator/ConanOBrien out of ''TheTonightShow''.''Series/TheTonightShow''. Zucker and O'Brien headed up rival school newspapers when they went to Harvard together. [[http://www.vanityfair.com/online/culture/2010/01/13/is-conan-the-victim-of-harvards-crimsonlampoon-rivalry.html No joke]].
10th Apr '17 5:08:17 PM TheNerfGuy
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* ''Film/BackToTheFuture'': Biff Tannen in the original timeline. More so in 1985-A, where he's become a Donald Trump expy who went so far as to ''murder'' George to claim Lorraine as a trophy wife. Averted in the understood alternate timeline that Marty returns to at the end of the first movie. Biff, having been humbled by George, who in turn was made more confident due to Marty's guidance, is no longer Meek Office Drone George's evil cube farm boss, but an auto detailer who is waxing Acclaimed Sci-Fi Author George's fancy cars.

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* ''Film/BackToTheFuture'': Biff Tannen in the original timeline. timeline forced George McFly to help him with his schoolwork while he and his gang physically bullied him, and then Biff force George to do his paperwork for him and is his employer. More so in 1985-A, where he's become a Donald Trump expy rich CorruptCorporateExecutive who went so far as to ''murder'' George to claim Lorraine as a trophy wife. Averted in the understood alternate timeline that Marty returns to at the end of the first movie. Biff, having been humbled by George, who in turn was made more confident due to Marty's guidance, is no longer Meek Office Drone George's evil cube farm boss, but an auto detailer who is waxing Acclaimed Sci-Fi Author George's fancy cars.
10th Apr '17 3:41:07 PM TheNerfGuy
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* In ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'', Gideon Gray was a bully who victimized Judy as a child, causing her to hold some ingrained distrust towards foxes. When the two meet as adults, she learns that [[spoiler:he grew up to become a well-adjusted pastry chef who works with her parents and is genuinely regretful of his crummy behavior as a child. The two proceed to make up and he even offers her some pies.]]
9th Apr '17 3:33:17 PM nighttrainfm
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** Snape also plays this straight considering that he was part of the group that grow up to be the Death Eaters. For all the mischief the Marauders may have done, it was ultimately no worse than what the Weasley twins would do later on. Meanwhile, Snape's gangs would do worse things and rmemeber, they grew to be the Death Eaters. So while Snape may not have done any actual things, he's still a bullying asshole as an adult, albeit a broken one.

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** Snape also plays this straight considering that he was part of the group that grow up to be the Death Eaters. For all the mischief the Marauders may have done, it was ultimately no worse than what the Weasley twins would do later on. Meanwhile, Snape's gangs would do worse things gang openly supported a hate cult and rmemeber, they grew to be the Death Eaters. So while signed up straight out of school. Snape may not have done any actual things, he's still a bullying asshole as an adult, albeit a broken one.remains in many ways the same bitter person he was back then.
21st Feb '17 3:25:07 PM DVB
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** Actually, Trent was already a known troublemaker, given the teacher asking what did he do now.. The offense was more than the boys wanted to play fireman so they asked Trent Boyett to light something on fire and the boys tried to pee on it to put it out. While it was an accident, the boys did play the whole thing as it was his whole fault (and to be fair, he did ultimately start the fire). He became much worse out of juvie given his rampage. Furthermore, he probably would've gone back to juvie for getting his revenge (given he gave Butters, the only other kid who knew what happened as a bystander, a trip to the hospital.)
21st Feb '17 3:21:01 PM DVB
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** Inverted with SadistTeacher Severus Snape, when it's unequivocally revealed in ''Order of the Phoenix'' that Harry's dad was the bully and Snape (despite his less-than-savory ambitions) his victim.

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** Inverted PlayedWith with SadistTeacher Severus Snape, when it's unequivocally revealed in ''Order Snape. In "Order of the Phoenix'' Phoenix", we get to see that Severus Snape did indeed often get humiliated by Harry's dad was father, James Potter back when they were schoolboys, something which Harry didn't take well. On the bully and other hand, Snape (despite his less-than-savory ambitions) his victim.gave as well as he got, hence why the two very much hate each other.
** Snape also plays this straight considering that he was part of the group that grow up to be the Death Eaters. For all the mischief the Marauders may have done, it was ultimately no worse than what the Weasley twins would do later on. Meanwhile, Snape's gangs would do worse things and rmemeber, they grew to be the Death Eaters. So while Snape may not have done any actual things, he's still a bullying asshole as an adult, albeit a broken one.



** The crime? Mocking Drakken's freaky robot 'dates'.
** There's also the 'camp bully' version with Gill, who used to be Gil before overexposure to Camp Wannaweep's polluted lake mutated him.

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** The crime? Mocking Drakken's freaky robot 'dates'.
'dates'. Granted, this one is more personal because the three guys, including Dr. Mr. Possible were all ''friends'' with Drakken. It wasn't just the laughing at him, but feeling backstabbed by his former friends.
** There's also the 'camp bully' version with Gill, who used to be Gil before overexposure to Camp Wannaweep's polluted lake mutated him. Apparently, he was Ron's cabinmate before he and Ron made a switch in their activities. Given how Ron never saw Gil again, this is probably where Ron ended up bunking with the monkey mascot of Lake Wannaweep that gave him his fear of monkeys.
12th Feb '17 12:13:06 AM rva98014
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* In ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'', Gideon Gray was a bully who victimized Judy as a child, causing her to hold some ingrained distrust towards foxes. When the two meet as adults, she learns that [[spoiler:he grew up to become a well-adjusted pastry chef who works with her parents and is genuinely regretful of his crummy behavior as a child. The two proceed to make up and he even offers her a free pie on the house.]]

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* In ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'', Gideon Gray was a bully who victimized Judy as a child, causing her to hold some ingrained distrust towards foxes. When the two meet as adults, she learns that [[spoiler:he grew up to become a well-adjusted pastry chef who works with her parents and is genuinely regretful of his crummy behavior as a child. The two proceed to make up and he even offers her a free pie on the house.some pies.]]
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