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20th May '17 7:40:50 PM randomtroper89
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* ''Anime/MazingerZ'' has maybe the earliest {{Anime}} example: [[IdiotHero Kouji]] / [[{{Tsundere}} Sayaka]]. The BelligerentSexualTension between them was legendary, and sometimes they applied this trope ''literally''.

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* %%* ''Anime/MazingerZ'' has maybe the earliest {{Anime}} example: [[IdiotHero Kouji]] / [[{{Tsundere}} Sayaka]]. The BelligerentSexualTension between them was legendary, and sometimes they applied this trope ''literally''.



* Gen and Kanon, in ''Manga/KanonByChihoSaito'', are always clashing, and it always leads to a kiss (sometimes to more).
* ''Manga/CheekyAngel'' can be fairly described as forty-nine episodes of slapping, followed by a kiss.
* Although it quickly gave way to true affection in the [[Manga/SailorMoon manga]] and [[Series/PrettyGuardianSailorMoon live action]], ''Anime/SailorMoon'' played this to the hilt in the anime. In fact, up until the reveal, there's not really a lot at all to indicate Usagi and Mamoru have anything but deep loathing for each other. Thankfully, fanfiction can remedy that...
* Kousuke and Ryoko in ''Manga/{{Spiral}} ~Suiri no Kizuna~'' and ''Alive''. One of their fistfights actually scared away a bear.
* Kazahaya and Rikuo of ''Manga/DrugAndDrop'' seem to be heading in this direction (considering that both their bosses and the rest of the universe [[ShipperOnDeck seem to be nudging them together]]), but since the series has been on hold since Vol. 3 it is impossible to tell.
* This is the essence of Melissa Mao and Kurz Weber's relationship in ''LightNovel/FullMetalPanic'', although they've only reached the "kiss" stage in the novels on which the anime is based.
** Further confused by the reappearance of Belfangan Clouseau, Mao's former boyfriend, who's now their ''superior officer''.
* ''Manga/{{Suzuka}}'' is chock full of this. The manga has a rare "kiss-kiss, SLAP!!" scene [[spoiler: both initiated by the girl]] depicted.
* ''Manga/BlackLagoon'''s seventh episode is an extended Slap-Slap-Kiss sequence between Rock and Revy, though it's more a case of "punch, gunshot to the face, IndirectKiss".

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* %%* Gen and Kanon, in ''Manga/KanonByChihoSaito'', are always clashing, and it always leads to a kiss (sometimes to more).
* %%* ''Manga/CheekyAngel'' can be fairly described as forty-nine episodes of slapping, followed by a kiss.
* Although it quickly gave way to true affection in the [[Manga/SailorMoon manga]] and [[Series/PrettyGuardianSailorMoon live action]], ''Anime/SailorMoon'' played this to the hilt in the anime. In fact, up until the reveal, there's not really a lot at all to indicate Usagi and Mamoru have anything but deep loathing for each other. Thankfully, fanfiction can remedy that...
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%%* Kousuke and Ryoko in ''Manga/{{Spiral}} ~Suiri no Kizuna~'' and ''Alive''. One of their fistfights actually scared away a bear.
* %%* Kazahaya and Rikuo of ''Manga/DrugAndDrop'' seem to be heading in this direction (considering that both their bosses and the rest of the universe [[ShipperOnDeck seem to be nudging them together]]), but since the series has been on hold since Vol. 3 it is impossible to tell.
* %%* This is the essence of Melissa Mao and Kurz Weber's relationship in ''LightNovel/FullMetalPanic'', although they've only reached the "kiss" stage in the novels on which the anime is based.
** %%** Further confused by the reappearance of Belfangan Clouseau, Mao's former boyfriend, who's now their ''superior officer''.
* %%* ''Manga/{{Suzuka}}'' is chock full of this. The manga has a rare "kiss-kiss, SLAP!!" scene [[spoiler: both initiated by the girl]] depicted.
* ''Manga/BlackLagoon'''s seventh episode is an extended Slap-Slap-Kiss sequence between fight Rock and Revy, though it's more a case of "punch, gunshot to Revy which cumulates with Rock punching her, Revy shooting him in the face, IndirectKiss".and the two making of [[IndirectKiss by kissing through their cigarettes]].



* Shinra and Celty in ''LightNovel/{{Durarara}}''. Well, more Slap Slap Hug because of [[HeadlessHorseman Celty's]] lack of anything to kiss ''with''. And Shinra doesn't really seem to mind getting punched around by her all that much.
** That and the fact he hits her back (well, knocks her helmet off anyway) and neither one of them seem to get hurt over it. Seems to be (to them) more of harmless punching.

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* * ''LightNovel/{{Durarara}}'': Celty punches Shinra and Celty in ''LightNovel/{{Durarara}}''. Well, more Slap Slap Hug because of [[HeadlessHorseman Celty's]] lack of anything to kiss ''with''. And Shinra doesn't really seem to mind getting punched around by her all that much.
** That and the fact he hits her back (well,
who knocks her helmet off anyway) off, and neither one of them seem to get hurt over it. Seems to be (to them) more of harmless punching.then the two hug.



* This is done literally in ''Anime/CodeGeass'' by Kallen in her relationship with Lelouch.

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* %%* This is done literally in ''Anime/CodeGeass'' by Kallen in her relationship with Lelouch.



* Hiccup and Astrid in ''WesternAnimation/HowToTrainYourDragon''. Pretty much literally. Hiccup lampshades it at the end of the movie.

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* Hiccup and Astrid in ''WesternAnimation/HowToTrainYourDragon''. Pretty much literally. Hiccup lampshades it ''WesternAnimation/HowToTrainYourDragon'', at the end of the movie.



* ''Film/BladesOfGlory'' has this between [[BrotherSisterIncest Stranz and Fairchild van Waldenberg]]. Um... right.
** Made more interesting by the fact that the pair are played by (then) real-life husband and wife Will Arnett and Amy Poehler.

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* %%* ''Film/BladesOfGlory'' has this between [[BrotherSisterIncest Stranz and Fairchild van Waldenberg]]. Um... right.
** %%** Made more interesting by the fact that the pair are played by (then) real-life husband and wife Will Arnett and Amy Poehler.



* ''Series/{{Smallville}}''
** Jimmy and Chloe indulge in this from time to time. Often due to TheMasqueradeWillKillYourDatingLife on Chloe's part. Or mutual flirting between [[Comicbook/{{Supergirl}} Kara]] and Jimmy. Or Jimmy having an inferiority complex towards Clark, who Chloe is fiercely loyal to. They really do have quite a few issues.
** A more violent version in season nine, shown in ''Escape''. [[spoiler:Tess and Zod had a passionate kiss after Tess shoots at Zod, who returns a NeckLift only to be subdued with kryptonite.]]

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* ''Series/{{Smallville}}''
** Jimmy and Chloe indulge in this from time to time. Often due to TheMasqueradeWillKillYourDatingLife on Chloe's part. Or mutual flirting between [[Comicbook/{{Supergirl}} Kara]] and Jimmy. Or Jimmy having an inferiority complex towards Clark, who Chloe is fiercely loyal to. They really do have quite a few issues.
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''Series/{{Smallville}}'': A more violent version in season nine, shown in ''Escape''. [[spoiler:Tess and Zod had a passionate kiss after Tess shoots at Zod, who returns a NeckLift only to be subdued with kryptonite.]]



** ''Series/{{Frasier}}'' referenced this scene twice with Frasier. The most direct homage (where Frasier actually ''says'', "Are you as turned on as I am?!") is actually an amusing [[SubvertedTrope subversion]]....
** In fact, during the season two finale, they ''literally'' slapped each other. Only they don't kiss.

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** ''Series/{{Frasier}}'' referenced this scene twice with Frasier. The most direct homage (where Frasier actually ''says'', 'says'', "Are you as turned on as I am?!") is actually an amusing [[SubvertedTrope subversion]]....
** In fact, during the season two finale, they ''literally'' slapped each other. Only they don't kiss.
subversion]]....



* Happened completely literally in the late first season of ''Series/{{Rome}}'' between Marc Antony and Atia of the Julii. Slap. Pause. Slap. Pause. Kiss.

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* * ''Series/{{Rome}}'':
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Happened completely literally in the late first season of ''Series/{{Rome}}'' between Marc Antony and Atia of the Julii. Slap. Pause. Slap. Pause. Kiss.



* Done literally as almost a VisualPun in a commercial where a latina woman walks up to a guy and slaps him for no reason, then starts making out with him.

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* Done literally as almost a VisualPun in a commercial where a latina woman walks up to a guy and slaps him for no reason, then starts making out with him.



* Literally in Music/{{Muse}}'s ''Music/KnightsOfCydonia'' music video (which is done in the style of a 70s SciFi movie). The love interest slaps the hero in a bar, SmashCut to the slap shown again, but they're now in a bedroom and wearing less clothes. Again, with less clothes, but he grabs her arm and they kiss.

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* Literally in Music/{{Muse}}'s ''Music/KnightsOfCydonia'' music video (which is done in the style of a 70s SciFi movie). The love interest slaps the hero in a bar, SmashCut to the slap shown again, but they're now in a bedroom and wearing less clothes. Again, with less clothes, but he grabs her arm and they kiss.



* ''WesternAnimation/AngelsFriends'': Raf and Sulfus do this literally in episode 26 when they both hit each other and then make up with a kiss.

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* ''WesternAnimation/AngelsFriends'': Raf and Sulfus do this literally Sulfu in episode 26 when they both hit each other and then make up with a kiss.
4th May '17 4:06:17 PM Jake
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** Black-Hat Guy and Dark-Haired Girl develop from [[http://xkcd.com/377/ a backfired attempt at emotional abuse for the lulz]] to hat theft, to [[http://xkcd.com/405/ hat recovery through superior firepower]], to [[http://xkcd.com/432/ a crush]], and finally to [[http://xkcd.com/433/ a mutual relationship that may or may not involve high explosives and sabotage]]. It's basically this combined with UnholyMatrimony, as they express their love by cruelly trolling everyone, each other included.

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** Black-Hat Guy and Dark-Haired Girl develop from [[http://xkcd.com/377/ a backfired attempt at emotional abuse for the lulz]] to hat theft, to [[http://xkcd.com/405/ hat recovery through superior firepower]], to [[http://xkcd.com/432/ a crush]], and finally to [[http://xkcd.com/433/ a mutual relationship that may or may not involve high explosives and sabotage]]. It's basically this combined with UnholyMatrimony, as they express their love by cruelly trolling everyone, each other included. Somehow it manages to be much less dysfunctional than it sounds and occasionally even weirdly adorable.
18th Apr '17 2:59:28 PM Narsil
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* Can you say ''Series/{{Moonlighting}}''?

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* Can you say ''Series/{{Moonlighting}}''?''Series/{{Moonlighting}}'', when they finally resolved the years of BelligerentSexualTension:
-->'''Dave:''' Fine!\\
'''Maddie:''' Fine!\\
'''Dave:''' Good!\\
'''Maddie:''' Good!\\
'''Dave:''' Bitch.\\
'''Maddie:''' Bastard.
->Then Maddie slaps him hard across the face. She tries to slap him again and he grabs her wrist. Then they kiss, and keep going from there.
11th Apr '17 6:50:51 PM creader
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* The controversial Batman/Batgirl sex scene in ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheKillingJoke'' happens after a terse argument between the two of them causes Barbara Gordon attack Batman, resulting in a SuggestiveCollision.



* The controversial Batman/Batgirl sex scene in ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheKillingJoke'' happens after a terse argument between the two of them causes Barbara Gordon attack Batman, resulting in a SuggestiveCollision.






11th Apr '17 8:27:00 AM ClatoLawa
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(''Ladybug opens her mouth to reply when Chat Noir leans forward and kisses her. Cue a somewhat agresteive sex scene (most of which is relegated to a side-story, ''Burning in the Night'').'')

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(''Ladybug opens her mouth to reply when Chat Noir leans forward and kisses her. Cue a somewhat agresteive sex scene (most of which is relegated to occurs in a side-story, ''Burning in the Night'').'')
11th Apr '17 8:25:30 AM ClatoLawa
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-->''Ladybug''': How many times do I have to tell you!? (''takes a step closer to him for emphasis'') It was an accident! I tried to get to the park, but everything from that day on went ''wrong''.\\

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-->''Ladybug''': -->'''Ladybug''': How many times do I have to tell you!? (''takes a step closer to him for emphasis'') It was an accident! I tried to get to the park, but everything from that day on went ''wrong''.\\



(''Ladybug opens her mouth to reply when Chat Noir leans forward and kisses her. Cue a somewhat agresteive sex scene (most of which is relegated to a side-story, ''Burning in the Night''.'')

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(''Ladybug opens her mouth to reply when Chat Noir leans forward and kisses her. Cue a somewhat agresteive sex scene (most of which is relegated to a side-story, ''Burning in the Night''.Night'').'')
11th Apr '17 8:24:30 AM ClatoLawa
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* The ''WesternAnimation/MiraculousLadybug'' fic ''[[http://archiveofourown.org/works/5736211 Something in the Night]]'' has the two heroes being reunited seven years after Ladybug failed to show up to a planned meeting in the park, where they would have revealed their identities. Chat Noir is not in the mood to listen to her explanation, though he does allow her to spend the night in his apartment to prevent the police tracking her down. The tension between them becomes especially heated after she happens to mention living in New York recently, leading to a shouting match as she continues to insist that she didn't stand him up on purpose.
-->''Ladybug''': How many times do I have to tell you!? (''takes a step closer to him for emphasis'') It was an accident! I tried to get to the park, but everything from that day on went ''wrong''.\\
'''Chat Noir''': Quit yanking me around! I donít know ''what'' to believe anymore. ''I canít do this''!\\
(''Ladybug opens her mouth to reply when Chat Noir leans forward and kisses her. Cue a somewhat agresteive sex scene (most of which is relegated to a side-story, ''Burning in the Night''.'')
21st Feb '17 11:05:19 AM Kakai
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* In ''Literature/TheFountainhead'' Dominique Francon systematically annoys Howard Roark, who returns the favor, till she hits him across the face with a riding crop. That night, he breaks into her house and 'rapes' her. She instantly falls in love with him.

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* In ''Literature/TheFountainhead'' Dominique Francon systematically annoys Howard Roark, who returns the favor, till she hits him across the face with a riding crop. That night, he breaks into her house and 'rapes' ''rapes'' her. She instantly falls in love with him.


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* Underplayed in ''Literature/TheWitchlands'' - Safi's and Merik's first moment of strong attraction comes at the end of an aggressive shouting match, and they end up close enough to one another they almost kiss.
10th Feb '17 3:21:19 AM JackG
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* Used in Music/{{Muse}}'s ''Music/KnightsOfCydonia'' music video (which is done in the style of a 70s SciFi movie). The love interest slaps the hero in a bar, then the slap is shown again, but they're now in a bedroom and wearing less clothes. Again, with less clothes, but he grabs her arm and they kiss.

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* Used Literally in Music/{{Muse}}'s ''Music/KnightsOfCydonia'' music video (which is done in the style of a 70s SciFi movie). The love interest slaps the hero in a bar, then SmashCut to the slap is shown again, but they're now in a bedroom and wearing less clothes. Again, with less clothes, but he grabs her arm and they kiss.
23rd Jan '17 1:55:35 PM Morgenthaler
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* Alluded to in the prequels to Eddings' ''{{Belgariad}}''. The heirs of Astur and Mimbre were LockedInARoom "to kill each other without disturbing honest people", with the sole purpose of having them accept marriage.

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* Alluded to in the prequels to Eddings' ''{{Belgariad}}''.''Literature/TheBelgariad''. The heirs of Astur and Mimbre were LockedInARoom "to kill each other without disturbing honest people", with the sole purpose of having them accept marriage.



* Elizabeth Bennet and Mr. Darcy in ''PrideAndPrejudice'' are often cited as this -- a scene where the two of them argue about what the other's worst qualities are makes Darcy's ClingyJealousGirl Caroline Bingley worried enough to try to distract them with the piano... which just leads to more {{UST}}. However, the Slap-Slap-Kiss feelings are actually only coming from Darcy. Elizabeth genuinely DID detest him at first and [[MisaimedFandom finds it insulting that no one can ever give a girl permission to genuinely dislike a man without masking love]].

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* Elizabeth Bennet and Mr. Darcy in ''PrideAndPrejudice'' ''Literature/PrideAndPrejudice'' are often cited as this -- a scene where the two of them argue about what the other's worst qualities are makes Darcy's ClingyJealousGirl Caroline Bingley worried enough to try to distract them with the piano... which just leads to more {{UST}}. However, the Slap-Slap-Kiss feelings are actually only coming from Darcy. Elizabeth genuinely DID detest him at first and [[MisaimedFandom finds it insulting that no one can ever give a girl permission to genuinely dislike a man without masking love]].
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