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6th Feb '16 11:26:09 PM nombretomado
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* ''Series/TheVicarOfDibley'' has something similar to the ''{{Frasier}}'' subversion but played more seriously: Geraldine, the title character and a liberal female vicar, is always trading insults with the [[StrawmanPolitical arch-conservative]] councilman David. At one point in the series, he reveals his love for her, interpreting her snarking as flirting. In actuality, she doesn't really consciously ''like him'' much at this point. This declaration starts his character on a more PetTheDog path and makes her better disposed to him.
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* ''Series/TheVicarOfDibley'' has something similar to the ''{{Frasier}}'' ''Series/{{Frasier}}'' subversion but played more seriously: Geraldine, the title character and a liberal female vicar, is always trading insults with the [[StrawmanPolitical arch-conservative]] councilman David. At one point in the series, he reveals his love for her, interpreting her snarking as flirting. In actuality, she doesn't really consciously ''like him'' much at this point. This declaration starts his character on a more PetTheDog path and makes her better disposed to him.
1st Jan '16 1:15:38 PM stuffedninja
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Dating back at least to Creator/WilliamShakespeare's ''Theatre/MuchAdoAboutNothing''.
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Dating back [[OlderThanSteam at least least]] to Creator/WilliamShakespeare's ''Theatre/MuchAdoAboutNothing''.
24th Dec '15 6:33:31 PM ultimomant
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* ''Film/ThorTheDarkWorld''. When Thor makes his first appearance after [[Film/{{Thor}} leaving her two years ago]], Jane Foster slaps him then apologises, explaining she's just checking that he's real given the RealityIsOutToLunch events she's just witnessed. She then slaps him for not coming back to her, despite [[Film/TheAvengers turning up in New York]]. When Thor comes up with a reasonable excuse, they lean in for the inevitable kiss...then Darcy provides a MomentKiller.
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* ''Film/ThorTheDarkWorld''. When Thor makes his first appearance after [[Film/{{Thor}} leaving her two years ago]], Jane Foster slaps him then apologises, explaining she's just checking that he's real given the RealityIsOutToLunch events she's just witnessed. She then slaps him for not coming back to her, despite [[Film/TheAvengers [[Film/TheAvengers2012 turning up in New York]]. When Thor comes up with a reasonable excuse, they lean in for the inevitable kiss...then Darcy provides a MomentKiller.
8th Dec '15 10:08:59 AM erforce
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* Played straight in ''Film/LethalWeapon 3'', where Riggs and Lorna end up kissing after the infamous "my scar is bigger" contest.
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* Played straight in ''Film/LethalWeapon 3'', ''Film/LethalWeapon3'', where Riggs and Lorna end up kissing after the infamous "my scar is bigger" contest.
1st Dec '15 2:46:56 AM Morgenthaler
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* Hotspur and Lady Percy in some productions of ''HenryIVPart1'', particularly the 2012 BBC version.
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* Hotspur and Lady Percy in some productions of ''HenryIVPart1'', ''Theatre/HenryIVPart1'', particularly the 2012 BBC version.
19th Oct '15 5:07:02 AM Morgenthaler
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* Benedick and Beatrice in ''MuchAdoAboutNothing''. * Played straight in ''ThoroughlyModernMillie'':
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* Benedick and Beatrice in ''MuchAdoAboutNothing''. ''Theatre/MuchAdoAboutNothing''. * Played straight in ''ThoroughlyModernMillie'':''Theatre/ThoroughlyModernMillie'':

* In Wicked at first Glinda and Elphaba, more apparent in the musical where they have a song that revolves around FoeYay and [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything lust related lyrics]].
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* In Wicked ''Theatre/{{Wicked}}'' at first Glinda and Elphaba, more apparent in the musical where they have a song that revolves around FoeYay and [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything lust related lyrics]].

* The writer of Crazy For You loves this trope: a little bit Irene and Bobby (though this might be more of a mild Yandere), Irene and Lank, Polly and Bobby - of course, theirs is more of a Kiss Slap Slap MistakenIdentity / FakeKing Kiss Kiss Slap Slap Slap Kiss.
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* The writer of Crazy For You ''Theatre/CrazyForYou'' loves this trope: a little bit Irene and Bobby (though this might be more of a mild Yandere), Irene and Lank, Polly and Bobby - of course, theirs is more of a Kiss Slap Slap MistakenIdentity / FakeKing Kiss Kiss Slap Slap Slap Kiss.
16th Sep '15 12:58:43 PM Scabbard
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* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EURF2PlIqtE Perils of Love]] a small french short that is the essence of this trope.
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* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EURF2PlIqtE Perils of Love]] a small french French short that is the essence of this trope.
16th Sep '15 12:54:47 PM Scabbard
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16th Sep '15 12:53:00 PM Scabbard
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* In ''[[Literature/TheHeroesOfOlympus The House of Hades]]'' this happens between [[spoiler: Leo and Calypso. She's fed up with being sent heroes to fall in love with, so she's incredibly acerbic and argumentative with Leo from the moment he lands there. He reacts indignantly, but is okay with setting up camp on Ogygia away from her. After a little time, she starts to visit him when she hears him building a way to leave and offers to help. As soon as he noticed how good she looked in working clothes and with dirt and grime on her hands, anyone could tell what would happen. She gives him his {{FirstKiss}} before he leaves and he swears on the River Styx to rescue her from Ogygia.]]

* In ''[[Literature/TheHeroesOfOlympus The House of Hades]]'' this happens between [[spoiler: Leo and Calypso. She's fed up with being sent heroes to fall in love with, so she's incredibly acerbic and argumentative with Leo from the moment he lands there. He reacts indignantly, but is okay with setting up camp on Ogygia away from her. After a little time, she starts to visit him when she hears him building a way to leave and offers to help. As soon as he noticed how good she looked in working clothes and with dirt and grime on her hands, anyone could tell what would happen. She gives him his {{FirstKiss}} before he leaves and he swears on the River Styx to rescue her from Ogygia.]]
4th Sep '15 5:50:14 PM Piando
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** FrankMiller does, indeed like this trope. In ''SinCity'', he had Gail shove a gun in Dwight's face, only to be slapped away. The next panel has then making out in the rain. This can also be found in the universally-panned ''ComicBook/HolyTerror'' between the Fixer and Natalie Stacks.
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** FrankMiller does, indeed like this trope. In ''SinCity'', ''ComicBook/SinCity'', he had Gail shove a gun in Dwight's face, only to be slapped away. The next panel has then making out in the rain. This can also be found in the universally-panned ''ComicBook/HolyTerror'' between the Fixer and Natalie Stacks.
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