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11th Aug '17 10:51:24 PM PeaceAndLove
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* WebVideo/TheAmazingAtheist [[https://youtu.be/8bc32Vb4Q0U reads [[https://youtu.be/d1UIJbrqpiI some]] [[Website/{{Twitter}} tweets]] from kids/teenagers/adults who complain about what they got or what they ''didn't'' get for Christmas.

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* WebVideo/TheAmazingAtheist [[https://youtu.be/8bc32Vb4Q0U reads reads]] [[https://youtu.be/d1UIJbrqpiI some]] [[Website/{{Twitter}} tweets]] from kids/teenagers/adults who complain about what they got or what they ''didn't'' get for Christmas. He expresses extreme disgust for them.
11th Aug '17 10:49:38 PM PeaceAndLove
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* WebVideo/TheAmazingAtheist [[https://youtu.be/8bc32Vb4Q0U reads [[https://youtu.be/d1UIJbrqpiI some]] [[Website/{{Twitter}} tweets]] from kids/teenagers/adults who complain about what they got or what they ''didn't'' get for Christmas.
23rd Jul '17 10:27:46 AM ngh93
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* Angelica Pickles of ''WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}}''. Was mostly extremely spoiled in the early seasons. There is an episode of the earlier seasons, where the parents takes a quiz of fifty questions to determine whether or not their children are spoiled brats. Didi worries about pampering Tommy too much because she answered "Yes" to one of the questions. Chaz reassures her that answering up to ten with "Yes" is quite normal. Drew answered "Yes" to forty-nine and a half of them, and considers ceasing to spoil his daughter. However, given and hinted that Lipschitz is a "crackpot", Drew decides to not take his advice, and [[StatusQuoIsGod Angelica remains spoiled]]. In later episodes, Angelica is not exactly as much of a spoiled brat as before, but her bossiness still hasn't changed. much.

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* Angelica Pickles of ''WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}}''. Was ''WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}}'' was mostly extremely spoiled in the early seasons. There is an episode of the earlier seasons, where the parents takes a quiz of fifty questions to determine whether or not their children are spoiled brats. Didi worries about pampering Tommy too much because she answered "Yes" to one of the questions. Chaz reassures her that answering up to ten with "Yes" is quite normal. Drew answered "Yes" to forty-nine and a half of them, and considers ceasing to spoil his daughter. However, given and hinted that Lipschitz is a "crackpot", Drew decides to not take his advice, and [[StatusQuoIsGod Angelica remains spoiled]]. In later episodes, Angelica is not exactly as much of a spoiled brat as before, but her bossiness still hasn't changed. changed much.
5th Jul '17 5:33:04 PM AnonFangeekGirl
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* This is [[WebOriginal/DasSporking Das Mervin]]'s [[AlternateCharacterInterpretation interpretation of [[Literature/{{Twilight}} Renesmee]], since pretty much everyone she meets dotes upon her and she's actually ''raised'' by a guy who's magically enslaved via MindRape to cater to her every whim and refuse nothing to her. Oh, and since she's mentally an adult, she understands what this situation means ''perfectly well'', and yet does things like bite hard enough to draw blood when she's not fed quickly enough.

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* This is [[WebOriginal/DasSporking Das Mervin]]'s [[AlternateCharacterInterpretation interpretation interpretation]] of [[Literature/{{Twilight}} Renesmee]], since pretty much everyone she meets dotes upon her and she's actually ''raised'' by a guy who's magically enslaved via MindRape to cater to her every whim and refuse nothing to her. Oh, and since she's mentally an adult, she understands what this situation means ''perfectly well'', and yet does things like bite hard enough to draw blood when she's not fed quickly enough.
5th Jul '17 5:32:32 PM AnonFangeekGirl
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* This is [[WebOriginal/DasSporking Das Mervin]]'s [[AlternateCharacterInterpretation interpretation of [[Literature/{{Twilight}} Renesmee]], since pretty much everyone she meets dotes upon her and she's actually ''raised'' by a guy who's magically enslaved via MindRape to cater to her every whim and refuse nothing to her. Oh, and since she's mentally an adult, she understands what this situation means ''perfectly well'', and yet does things like bite hard enough to draw blood when she's not fed quickly enough.
1st Jun '17 1:26:39 PM gb00393
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** Despite being a bastard, Ramsay was raised by Roose and entrusted with the command and loyalty of Bolton personnel by his father. He was eventually legitimized by him and named his heir, but is still resentful of having been a bastard. This is subverted by Roose's poor treatment of Ramsay. In HBO's featurette 'Bastards of Westeros,' GRRM contrasts Ramsay being treated very poorly by Roose while Ned lovingly raised Jon as his own son, giving Ramsay a FreudianExcuse for his nature (but this wins Ramsay no sympathy points).
27th May '17 5:25:44 PM nombretomado
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* Of course, {{Viz}} magazine's eponymous ''[[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Spoilt Bastard]]'' Timmy Timpson. In every strip he bullies and emotionally abuses his rather weak-willed mother, [[NeverMyFault blaming her for whatever problem he's caused]] (and what's more she always believes it's truly her fault) and leading her to spend money she doesn't have to cater to her son's every whim. In one old strip he pretended to be sick to get out of school and kept implying that it was his mother's fault. The doctor then tells Timmy's mother that "There's nothing wrong with your son that a good smack on the bottom wouldn't cure!". In the annual he runs away from home because his mother put two sugars on his Weetabix when "She knows!" that he only has one and three quarter sugars.

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* Of course, {{Viz}} ''ComicBook/{{Viz}}'' magazine's eponymous ''[[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Spoilt Bastard]]'' Timmy Timpson. In every strip he bullies and emotionally abuses his rather weak-willed mother, [[NeverMyFault blaming her for whatever problem he's caused]] (and what's more she always believes it's truly her fault) and leading her to spend money she doesn't have to cater to her son's every whim. In one old strip he pretended to be sick to get out of school and kept implying that it was his mother's fault. The doctor then tells Timmy's mother that "There's nothing wrong with your son that a good smack on the bottom wouldn't cure!". In the annual he runs away from home because his mother put two sugars on his Weetabix when "She knows!" that he only has one and three quarter sugars.
24th May '17 7:34:59 AM XFllo
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%% * ''Literature/ADeadlyPresence'': Cliff Turner has his moments of this but is a nice guy.
20th May '17 10:42:44 AM XFllo
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* ''Literature/ADeadlyPresence'': Cliff Turner has his moments of this but is a [[SpoiledSweet nice guy]].



%% * ''Literature/ADeadlyPresence'': Cliff Turner has his moments of this but is a nice guy.



* London Tipton from ''Series/TheSuiteLifeOfZackAndCody''. She ''used'' to be SpoiledSweet, until the absence of her father among other things changed her.
* Tonya from ''Series/EverybodyHatesChris''.
* Bryana from ''Series/TheBernieMacShow'' has become this in later seasons through {{Flanderization}}.
* Stephanie Vanderkellen from ''Series/{{Newhart}}''. Her cousin Leslie, seen in the show's first season, was by contrast a SpoiledSweet.

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* London Tipton from ''Series/TheSuiteLifeOfZackAndCody''. She ''used'' to be SpoiledSweet, nice, until the absence of her father among other things changed her.
%% * Tonya from ''Series/EverybodyHatesChris''.
%% * Bryana from ''Series/TheBernieMacShow'' has become this in later seasons through {{Flanderization}}.
%% * Stephanie Vanderkellen from ''Series/{{Newhart}}''. Her cousin Leslie, seen in the show's first season, was by contrast a SpoiledSweet.nice girl.



** Tawni is an extent is this, due to her ruthless behavior towards Sonny.

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%% ** Tawni is an extent is this, due to her ruthless behavior towards Sonny.



* Sally in ''Series/SimonAndTheWitch'' is self-centred, superior and spiteful (and has a LOT of clothes in the second series). She'll go into a cafe and say - in the owner's hearing - that it's the sort of place her mother wouldn't want her to be in. (Her own preference is for a place called the Claridge where her mother takes her after shopping.) She'll knock someone's dominoes down and then say, with great sarcasm, "Oh dear, what a pity." She wants respect from everybody but gives none, unless she's sucking up or wants something from them. She whines and protests when things don't go her way and goes into a tantrum when teachers try to tell her off. In the books we actually see her snobbish mother and it's obvious who's really at fault. There are hints that Sally actually quite likes Simon and would like to be one of the gang, but doesn't know how. Angelica also has elements of this trope but is more a SpoiledSweet.

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* Sally in ''Series/SimonAndTheWitch'' is self-centred, superior and spiteful (and has a LOT of clothes in the second series). She'll go into a cafe and say - in the owner's hearing - that it's the sort of place her mother wouldn't want her to be in. (Her own preference is for a place called the Claridge where her mother takes her after shopping.) She'll knock someone's dominoes down and then say, with great sarcasm, "Oh dear, what a pity." She wants respect from everybody but gives none, unless she's sucking up or wants something from them. She whines and protests when things don't go her way and goes into a tantrum when teachers try to tell her off. In the books we actually see her snobbish mother and it's obvious who's really at fault. There are hints that Sally actually quite likes Simon and would like to be one of the gang, but doesn't know how. Angelica also has elements of this trope but is more a SpoiledSweet.



* Mary Cherry, from ''Series/{{Popular}}''.
* Victoria Justice's character in ''{{Spactacular}}''.

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%% * Mary Cherry, from ''Series/{{Popular}}''.
%% * Victoria Justice's character in ''{{Spactacular}}''.''Series/{{Spactacular}}''.



* Elisabeth Delmas, a.k.a. Sissi (yes, that is indeed her nickname) from ''WesternAnimation/CodeLyoko'', whose father is the headmaster of Kadic Academy, where she and the rest of the heroes go to school.
** She actually started out SpoiledSweet (and [[spoiler: ends that way too]]), her obnoxious personality was largely an [[NiceJobBreakingItHero inadvertant result of the heroes' behavior.]]

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* Elisabeth Delmas, a.k.a. Sissi (yes, that is indeed her nickname) from ''WesternAnimation/CodeLyoko'', whose father is the headmaster of Kadic Academy, where she and the rest of the heroes go to school.
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school. She actually started out SpoiledSweet as a nice girl (and [[spoiler: ends that way too]]), her obnoxious personality was largely an [[NiceJobBreakingItHero inadvertant result of the heroes' behavior.]]



* Apple of ''WesternAnimation/MotherUp'' swings between her normal personality of SpoiledSweet and this. Whenever she's affected by too much sugar or performance-enhancing drugs, Apple turns into a demanding little monster.

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* Apple of ''WesternAnimation/MotherUp'' swings between her normal personality of SpoiledSweet being rather nice and this. Whenever she's affected by too much sugar or performance-enhancing drugs, Apple turns into a demanding little monster.
19th May '17 11:27:34 PM Neromenian
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* ''Literature/ADeadlyPresence'': Cliff Turner has his moments of this but is a [[SpoiledSweet nice guy]].
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