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12th Jan '17 6:28:15 PM infernape612
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* ''VideoGame/CommandAndConquerRedAlert2'': After the Allies destroy the Psychic Amplifier in Chicago that was about to mind control the entire country, the Soviet commander Vladimir interrupts the transmission to announce that he is wiping the city off the map with a nuclear bomb.



* Franziska von Karma in ''VisualNovel/PhoenixWrightAceAttorneyJusticeForAll'' is so infuriated at losing to Phoenix in her American court debut that she [[spoiler:'''[[RageQuit whips him unconscious]].''' before calling the court a sham.]]

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* Franziska von Karma in ''VisualNovel/PhoenixWrightAceAttorneyJusticeForAll'' is so infuriated at losing to Phoenix in her American court debut that she [[spoiler:'''[[RageQuit whips him unconscious]].''' unconscious]]''' before calling the court a sham.]]



* ''VideoGame/CommandAndConquerRedAlert2'': After the Allies destroy the Psychic Amplifier in Chicago that was about to mind control the entire country, the Soviet commander Vladimir interrupts the transmission to announce that he is wiping the city off the map with a nuclear bomb.
5th Jan '17 2:40:24 PM StFan
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->'''Hobbes''': Look it's just a game.\\
'''Calvin''': I know. You should see me when I lose in real life.

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->'''Hobbes''': Look ->'''Hobbes:''' Look, it's just a game.\\
'''Calvin''': '''Calvin:''' I know. You should see me when I lose in real life.



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* ''ComicStrip/{{Garfield}}'': [[http://www.garfield.com/comics/vault.html?yr=2001&addr=010816 Jon reading this letter from his brother]]: "Maddie Ferguson's pie took first place at the fair so Mom burned her barn down".
* Calvin from ''ComicStrip/CalvinAndHobbes'' provides the page quote. When Hobbes tells him that it's just a game, he cheerfully responds "I know. You should see me when I lose in real life!" And he ''was''. When the traffic safety poster he designed for a school contest (which everyone but him ''knew'' would lose, given as it was a gory picture with the slogan "Be Careful or be Roadkill") lost to Suzie, he claimed the contest was rigged.
* ''ComicStrip/FoxTrot'':
** Jason is this whenever he is outmatched by Eileen (which tends to be all the time, seeing as he often goes to ridiculous lengths to outdo her and sabotages his own efforts).
** Also, Roger is one every time Andy beats him at chess or golf, which is all the time, because he stinks at both. Ironically, Andy ''hates'' playing him at both (partially ''because'' he's a Sore Loser, but also because he's obsessed.) Even more ironic, Andy was a Sore Loser at chess in the ''very first strip'', telling Roger he was sleeping on the couch after he checkmated her. (Although, future strips would show [[UnsportsmanlikeGloating he's a sore winner too]].)
* ''ComicStrip/{{Peanuts}}''
** In one Sunday strip, after Lucy strikes out while playing baseball, she says she deserves four strikes because she's a girl. They give her one, but she misses again. Then she says she should get five because she was sick yesterday. Again, they give her one, but she misses again. Then she smarmily says she should get six because she's so cute. But they don't give her one. She storms off saying, "What kind of stupid game is this where you only get six strikes?"
** Snoopy doesn't mind losing when he plays shortstop, but in one arc where Charlie Brown let him be manager, he ''threw a fit'' after losing, taking his anger out - ''physically'' that is - on the team and the equipment, then stormed off roaring '''I hate losing!!''' (Which is likely why, in the last strip of the arc, he was ''very'' eager to relinquish the job back to Charlie Brown.)
* In ''ComicStrip/TheWizardOfId'', the king ''really'' [[http://www.gocomics.com/wizardofid/2016/04/09 hates to lose]] at ''BoardGame/{{Monopoly}}''...
* In ''ComicStrip/{{Blondie}}'', Dagwood has been known to be angry at Herb for weeks after losing bad to him at bowling, golf, pool, or anything else; Herb is no better.
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* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyEquestriaGirls'':
** The ''Equestria Girls'' version of Rainbow Dash has yet to tone down her sore loser tendencies, rage-quitting a video game she is losing before Applejack can beat her in ''[[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyEquestriaGirlsRainbowRocks Rainbow Rocks]]''.
** In ''[[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyEquestriaGirlsFriendshipGames Friendship Games]]'', Abacus Cinch, the principal of Crystal Prep (the rivals to Canterlot High), is so used to winning that she'll take nothing less than a flawless victory. So when her students lose a baking contest in the first act of events, she's more then a little frustrated. Later when Canterlot High wins the second events, she accuses them of cheating [[spoiler: because of human world's Twilight's magical amulet going haywire and opening portals to Equestria during the race which she assumed were Canterlot's doing. While she's not wrong to be skeptical, it was clear the protagonists weren't using their powers to cheat and were even ''trying to save the competitors''. What's more she was more than willing use said magic power to ensure her students won when she found out Twilight had collected some of it.]] When all is said and done and the games are declared a tie, Cinch is practically trying to decry that it shouldn't have counted. By this point even her ''own students'' are tired of her whining and refuse to support this claim. Forcing her to accept the outcome and, in turn, break her spotless winning streak.



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-->''It was the checkers championship of the whole known galaxy''
-->''[[CurbStompBattle My brother still had all his pieces, I was down to my last three]]''
-->''When he triple jumped me I got angry and my temperature soared!''
-->''Then he said "King me!" So I crowned him... with the board!''

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-->''It was the checkers championship of the whole known galaxy''
-->''[[CurbStompBattle
galaxy\\
[[CurbStompBattle
My brother still had all his pieces, I was down to my last three]]''
-->''When
three]]\\
When
he triple jumped me I got angry and my temperature soared!''
-->''Then
soared!\\
Then
he said "King me!" So I crowned him... with the board!''



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* ''ComicStrip/{{Garfield}}'': [[http://www.garfield.com/comics/vault.html?yr=2001&addr=010816 Jon reading this letter from his brother]]: "Maddie Ferguson's pie took first place at the fair so Mom burned her barn down".
* Calvin from ''ComicStrip/CalvinAndHobbes'' provides the page quote. When Hobbes tells him that it's just a game, he cheerfully responds "I know. You should see me when I lose in real life!" And he ''was''. When the traffic safety poster he designed for a school contest (which everyone but him ''knew'' would lose, given as it was a gory picture with the slogan "Be Careful or be Roadkill") lost to Suzie, he claimed the contest was rigged.
* ''ComicStrip/FoxTrot'':
** Jason is this whenever he is outmatched by Eileen (which tends to be all the time, seeing as he often goes to ridiculous lengths to outdo her and sabotages his own efforts).
** Also, Roger is one every time Andy beats him at chess or golf, which is all the time, because he stinks at both. Ironically, Andy ''hates'' playing him at both (partially ''because'' he's a Sore Loser, but also because he's obsessed.) Even more ironic, Andy was a Sore Loser at chess in the ''very first strip'', telling Roger he was sleeping on the couch after he checkmated her. (Although, future strips would show [[UnsportsmanlikeGloating he's a sore winner too]].)
* ''ComicStrip/{{Peanuts}}''
** In one Sunday strip, after Lucy strikes out while playing baseball, she says she deserves four strikes because she's a girl. They give her one, but she misses again. Then she says she should get five because she was sick yesterday. Again, they give her one, but she misses again. Then she smarmily says she should get six because she's so cute. But they don't give her one. She storms off saying, "What kind of stupid game is this where you only get six strikes?"
** Snoopy doesn't mind losing when he plays shortstop, but in one arc where Charlie Brown let him be manager, he ''threw a fit'' after losing, taking his anger out - ''physically'' that is - on the team and the equipment, then stormed off roaring '''I hate losing!!''' (Which is likely why, in the last strip of the arc, he was ''very'' eager to relinquish the job back to Charlie Brown.)
* In ''ComicStrip/TheWizardOfId'', the king ''really'' [[http://www.gocomics.com/wizardofid/2016/04/09 hates to lose]] at ''BoardGame/{{Monopoly}}''...
* In ''ComicStrip/{{Blondie}}'', Dagwood has been known to be angry at Herb for weeks after losing bad to him at bowling, golf, pool, or anything else; Herb is no better.
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* ''ComicStrip/{{Garfield}}'': [[http://www.garfield.com/comics/vault.html?yr=2001&addr=010816 Jon reading this letter from his brother]]: "Maddie Ferguson's pie took first place at the fair so Mom burned her barn down".
* Calvin from ''ComicStrip/CalvinAndHobbes'' provides the page quote. When Hobbes tells him that it's just a game, he cheerfully responds "I know. You should see me when I lose in real life!" And he ''was''. When the traffic safety poster he designed for a school contest (which everyone but him ''knew'' would lose, given as it was a gory picture with the slogan "Be Careful or be Roadkill") lost to Suzie, he claimed the contest was rigged.
* ''ComicStrip/FoxTrot'':
** Jason is this whenever he is outmatched by Eileen (which tends to be all the time, seeing as he often goes to ridiculous lengths to outdo her and sabotages his own efforts).
** Also, Roger is one every time Andy beats him at chess or golf, which is all the time, because he stinks at both. Ironically, Andy ''hates'' playing him at both (partially ''because'' he's a Sore Loser, but also because he's obsessed.) Even more ironic, Andy was a Sore Loser at chess in the ''very first strip'', telling Roger he was sleeping on the couch after he checkmated her. (Although, future strips would show [[UnsportsmanlikeGloating he's a sore winner too]].)
* ''ComicStrip/{{Peanuts}}''
** In one Sunday strip, after Lucy strikes out while playing baseball, she says she deserves four strikes because she's a girl. They give her one, but she misses again. Then she says she should get five because she was sick yesterday. Again, they give her one, but she misses again. Then she smarmily says she should get six because she's so cute. But they don't give her one. She storms off saying, "What kind of stupid game is this where you only get six strikes?"
** Snoopy doesn't mind losing when he plays shortstop, but in one arc where Charlie Brown let him be manager, he ''threw a fit'' after losing, taking his anger out - ''physically'' that is - on the team and the equipment, then stormed off roaring '''I hate losing!!''' (Which is likely why, in the last strip of the arc, he was ''very'' eager to relinquish the job back to Charlie Brown.)
* In ''ComicStrip/TheWizardOfId'', the king ''really'' [[http://www.gocomics.com/wizardofid/2016/04/09 hates to lose]] at ''BoardGame/{{Monopoly}}''...
* In ''ComicStrip/{{Blondie}}'', Dagwood has been known to be angry at Herb for weeks after losing bad to him at bowling, golf, pool, or anything else; Herb is no better.
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* Everyone within the LetsPlay/MarioPartyTV group has their moments, particularly when fortune swung against them at the last moment, but Holms gets especially vocal. The Reverend Inferno's rants at the end of the 8-Player Neon Heights run deserves mention because he was furious at the extremely lucky Team Dolphin.

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* Everyone within the LetsPlay/MarioPartyTV ''LetsPlay/MarioPartyTV'' group has their moments, particularly when fortune swung against them at the last moment, but Holms gets especially vocal. The Reverend Inferno's rants at the end of the 8-Player Neon Heights run deserves mention because he was furious at the extremely lucky Team Dolphin.



* [=DevinWithDevin=] from ''Main/EpicsGameshows'' decided to, not only '''not''' own up to his bullying, refuse to do an interview after his elimination and chose to just leave.

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* [=DevinWithDevin=] from ''Main/EpicsGameshows'' ''WebVideo/EpicsGameshows'' decided to, not only '''not''' own up to his bullying, refuse to do an interview after his elimination and chose to just leave.



* ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes''.

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* ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes''.''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'':



* Dick Dastardly was a consummate sore loser, taking having lost only one [[WackyRaces Wacky Race]] well--the debut episode "See Saw To Arkansas," where he stops his car just at the finish line so [[LargeHam he can pose for the race's photo finish.]]
** This drive to win at all costs gets so bad he has an entire trope named after him: DickDastardlyStopsToCheat. Dick would win more often if he wasn't such a, well, ''dick'' to the other racers.
** [[WesternAnimation/DastardlyAndMuttleyInTheirFlyingMachines In his own show]], Dastardly one-ups the captain of a ship on which the Vulture Squadron is stationed, thanks to some influence from the General, via Dastardly's phone. The captain shoves the phone into Dastardly's mouth, making him sputter "If there's one thing I hate, it's a sore loser!"

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* ''WesternAnimation/WackyRaces'':
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Dick Dastardly was a consummate sore loser, taking having lost only one [[WackyRaces Wacky Race]] well--the Race well -- the debut episode "See Saw To to Arkansas," where he stops his car just at the finish line so [[LargeHam he can pose for the race's photo finish.]]
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]] This drive to win at all costs gets so bad he has an entire trope named after him: DickDastardlyStopsToCheat. Dick would win more often if he wasn't such a, well, ''dick'' to the other racers.
** [[WesternAnimation/DastardlyAndMuttleyInTheirFlyingMachines In his own show]], show ''WesternAnimation/DastardlyAndMuttleyInTheirFlyingMachines'', Dastardly one-ups the captain of a ship on which the Vulture Squadron is stationed, thanks to some influence from the General, via Dastardly's phone. The captain shoves the phone into Dastardly's mouth, making him sputter "If there's one thing I hate, it's a sore loser!"



** Rainbow Dash, at least before her later CharacterDevelopment, was NEVER graceful in a loss:
-->'''Rainbow Dash:''' I ''hate'' losing.
** Applejack, though usually a more GracefulLoser, is embittered into one in "Fall Weather Friends" against Rainbow's unsportsmanlike competitive streak, making for a ''very'' [[EscalatingWar aggressive contest]]. It's probably the worst Rainbow ever gets as well, as she pulls more than a few dirty tricks herself before flat out breaking the rules they agreed to (not using her wings) and attempting to fly to the finish, with the two actively [[BigBallOfViolence fighting each other]] as they reach the finish.
** The ''WesternAnimation/EquestriaGirls'' version of RD has yet to tone down her sore loser tendencies, rage-quitting a video game she was losing before Applejack can beat her.
** In ''[[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyEquestriaGirlsFriendshipGames Equestria Girls Friendship Games]]''. Abacus Cinch, the principal of Crystal Prep (the rivals to Cantorlot High), is so used to winning that she'll take nothing less then a flawless victory. So when her students lose a baking contest in the first act of events, she's more then a little frustrated. Later when Cantorlot High wins the second events, she accuses them of cheating [[spoiler: because of human world's Twilight's magical amulet going haywire and opening portals to Equestria during the race which she assumed were Cantorlot's doing. While she's not wrong to be skeptical, it was clear the Mane 6 weren't using their powers to cheat and were even ''trying to save the competitors''. What's more she was more then willing use said magic power to ensure her students won when she found out Twilight had collected some of it.]] When alls said and done and the games are declared a tie, Cinch is practically trying to decry that it shouldn't have counted. By this point even her ''own students'' are tired of her whining and refused to support this claim. Forcing her to accept the outcome and, in turn, break her spotless winning streak.

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** Rainbow Dash, at least before her later CharacterDevelopment, was NEVER ''never'' graceful in a loss:
-->'''Rainbow --->'''Rainbow Dash:''' I ''hate'' losing.
** Applejack, though usually a more GracefulLoser, is embittered into one in "Fall Weather Friends" against Rainbow's unsportsmanlike competitive streak, making for a ''very'' [[EscalatingWar aggressive contest]]. It's probably the worst Rainbow ever gets as well, as she pulls more than a few dirty tricks herself before flat out flat-out breaking the rules they agreed to (not using her wings) and attempting to fly to the finish, with the two actively [[BigBallOfViolence fighting each other]] as they reach the finish.
** The ''WesternAnimation/EquestriaGirls'' version of RD has yet to tone down her sore loser tendencies, rage-quitting a video game she was losing before Applejack can beat her.
** In ''[[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyEquestriaGirlsFriendshipGames Equestria Girls Friendship Games]]''. Abacus Cinch, the principal of Crystal Prep (the rivals to Cantorlot High), is so used to winning that she'll take nothing less then a flawless victory. So when her students lose a baking contest in the first act of events, she's more then a little frustrated. Later when Cantorlot High wins the second events, she accuses them of cheating [[spoiler: because of human world's Twilight's magical amulet going haywire and opening portals to Equestria during the race which she assumed were Cantorlot's doing. While she's not wrong to be skeptical, it was clear the Mane 6 weren't using their powers to cheat and were even ''trying to save the competitors''. What's more she was more then willing use said magic power to ensure her students won when she found out Twilight had collected some of it.]] When alls said and done and the games are declared a tie, Cinch is practically trying to decry that it shouldn't have counted. By this point even her ''own students'' are tired of her whining and refused to support this claim. Forcing her to accept the outcome and, in turn, break her spotless winning streak.
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26th Dec '16 8:46:49 PM MM_Crusader
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* The ''Film/{{Predator}}'', who, once defeated, attempts to self destruct with an explosive powerful enough to destroy a sizable area around him, and judging by his EvilLaugh, he hoped to catch the person who defeated him in it too.
** In the sequel, the Predator tries to do the same, this time with a sarcastic "Shit happens!". Worth noting to non-fans that Predators blowing themselves up whenever they think they're beaten isn't just motivated by sheer spite, it's also to destroy their bodies and equipment, simultaneously wiping out evidence of their existence and preventing their quarry from capturing and reverse-engineering their shiny alien tech. [[VideoGame/PredatorConcreteJungle There was one Predator who failed to do this. He fucked up big time.]]
18th Dec '16 9:44:01 AM deven0711
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* Franziska von Karma in ''VisualNovel/PhoenixWrightAceAttorneyJusticeForAll'' is so infuriated at losing to Phoenix in her American court debut that she calls [[spoiler:'''[[RageQuit whips him unconscious]].''' before calling the court a sham.]]

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* Franziska von Karma in ''VisualNovel/PhoenixWrightAceAttorneyJusticeForAll'' is so infuriated at losing to Phoenix in her American court debut that she calls [[spoiler:'''[[RageQuit whips him unconscious]].''' before calling the court a sham.]]



** Due to the combination of InferioritySuperiorityComplex and a fahter that always wins any game they play together, [[spoiler:Judge Dead]] has this problem also.

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** Due to the combination of InferioritySuperiorityComplex and a fahter father that always wins any game they play together, [[spoiler:Judge Dead]] has this problem also.
7th Dec '16 8:54:27 AM MegaMarioMan
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* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eUC058AGV6M This commercial]] has a witch doctor [[ShrunkenHead shrink a guy's head]] for beating him at ''VideoGame/DoctorMario''.

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* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eUC058AGV6M This commercial]] has a witch doctor [[ShrunkenHead shrink a guy's head]] for beating him at ''VideoGame/DoctorMario''.''VideoGame/DrMario''.
6th Dec '16 4:36:14 PM HeroGal2347
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This trope is often the launching pad for VillainousBreakdown, attempted TheReasonYouSuckSpeech and in some extreme cases, OneWingedAngel. IfICantHaveYou could be considered as the romantic version of this trope.

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This trope is often the launching pad for VillainousBreakdown, attempted TheReasonYouSuckSpeech and in some extreme cases, OneWingedAngel. IfICantHaveYou could be considered as the romantic version of this trope.
trope. A person nervous about possible harm from winning against this type of person may decide to LetTheBullyWin.
13th Nov '16 4:44:37 PM LucaEarlgrey
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* This type of attitude is quite common in multiplayer gaming, both offline (ever had a sibling or friend throw their controller at you after defeat?) and online (expect a torrent of [[ClusterFBomb swears]] and insults, either drowning out voice chat or flooding text chat). The trope RageQuit frequently refers to such an attitude in multiplayer game exhibited by acting out rudely and usually loudly before making an exit from the game or (especially hated) while the game is happening, with the latter liable to cause problems for the remaining players in the match depending on how the game works for a variety of reasons.

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* This type of attitude is quite common in multiplayer gaming, both offline (ever had a sibling or friend throw their controller at you after defeat?) and online (expect a torrent of [[ClusterFBomb swears]] and insults, either drowning out voice chat or flooding text chat). The trope RageQuit frequently refers to such an attitude in multiplayer game exhibited by acting out rudely and usually loudly before making an exit from the game or (especially hated) while the game is happening, with the latter liable to cause problems for the remaining players in the match depending on how the game works for a variety of reasons. Players who fall under this trope are sometimes described as being "salty", referring to the saltiness of tears, more specifically their "whiny" tears / BerserkerTears.



* During the 2016 Presidential Election, Creator/DonaldTrump was asked during the second Presidential Debate that if UsefulNotes/HillaryClinton won the election, would he accept it. His replies of "maybe" and "I'll keep you in suspense" were met with calls of this trope from Clinton supporters. On the other hand, some people have accused Clinton's supporters of being this when, after Trump won the election, they started protesting both online (with the popular hashtag [=#NotMyPresident=]) and in the real world.

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* During the 2016 Presidential Election, Creator/DonaldTrump was asked during the second Presidential Debate that if UsefulNotes/HillaryClinton won the election, would he accept it. His replies of "maybe" and "I'll keep you in suspense" were met with calls of this trope from Clinton supporters. On the other hand, some people have accused Clinton's supporters of being this when, after Trump won the election, they started protesting both online (with the popular hashtag [=#NotMyPresident=]) and in the real world. [[RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgement And that's as much as we'll say on this matter.]]
11th Nov '16 7:56:33 PM Blazer
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* During the 2016 Presidential Election, Creator/DonaldTrump was asked during the second Presidential Debate that if UsefulNotes/HillaryClinton won the election, would he accept it. His replies of "maybe" and "I'll keep you in suspense" were met with calls of this trope from Clinton supporters. On the other hand, some people have accused Clinton's supporters of being this when, after Trump won the election, they started protesting both online (with the popular hashtag [=#NotMyPresident=]) and in the real world.
2nd Nov '16 8:22:41 PM Loekman3
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** [[spoiler:Frieza does this ''again'' in ''Anime/DragonBallZResurrectionF'' when he realizes he can't win. He actually successfully destroys the Earth, but this being Dragonball, it [[ResetButton gets undone]] pretty quickly.]]

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** [[spoiler:Frieza Frieza does this ''again'' in ''Anime/DragonBallZResurrectionF'' when he realizes he can't win. He actually successfully destroys the Earth, but this being Dragonball, it [[ResetButton gets undone]] pretty quickly.]]quickly.
** Champa does not take his team's losses well. Every time the opposing team managed to gain the upper hand and defeat his team, he quickly whines and throws a temper tantrum at it. [[spoiler: And when his entire team loses (or in one case, forfeit), he decides to murder his entire team for the crime of "dragging his name through the mud]]. Fortunately Zen'o's arrival prevents Champa from doing just that.
27th Oct '16 5:34:30 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* In one Sunday ''ComicStrip/{{Peanuts}}'' strip, after Lucy strikes out while playing baseball, she says she deserves four strikes because she's a girl. They give her one, but she misses again. Then she says she should get five because she was sick yesterday. Again, they give her one, but she misses again. Then she smarmily says she should get six because she's so cute. But they don't give her one. She storms off saying, "What kind of stupid game is this where you only get six strikes?"

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* ''ComicStrip/{{Peanuts}}''
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In one Sunday ''ComicStrip/{{Peanuts}}'' strip, after Lucy strikes out while playing baseball, she says she deserves four strikes because she's a girl. They give her one, but she misses again. Then she says she should get five because she was sick yesterday. Again, they give her one, but she misses again. Then she smarmily says she should get six because she's so cute. But they don't give her one. She storms off saying, "What kind of stupid game is this where you only get six strikes?"strikes?"
** Snoopy doesn't mind losing when he plays shortstop, but in one arc where Charlie Brown let him be manager, he ''threw a fit'' after losing, taking his anger out - ''physically'' that is - on the team and the equipment, then stormed off roaring '''I hate losing!!''' (Which is likely why, in the last strip of the arc, he was ''very'' eager to relinquish the job back to Charlie Brown.)
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