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12th Sep '16 1:02:17 PM Technature
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* In ''SonicTheHedgehog'', Amy Rose basically follows Sonic across the ends of the earth.
11th Aug '16 7:45:16 AM WriterGirl2015
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* ''Manga/AirGear'': Akito's relationship with Ikki. For example, Akito once kissed Ikki full on the mouth and often tries to kiss, bathe, and sleep next to or with Ikki, and constantly has No Sense of Personal Space around him. And after "rescuing" Akito, Ikki lets him stay at his house, and the only thing in any of this he seems to have a problem with is Akito's tendency to kiss him. Akito's also apparently fond of crossdressing and is even shown to have a dark side of his own, becoming jealous to the point of scaring Kururu when she gets too close to Ikki.
11th Aug '16 7:42:04 AM WriterGirl2015
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* Kylo Ren's VillainousCrush and actions towards Rey in ''Film/StarWarsTheForceAwakens'' have a romantic tint to them. There's plenty of ShipTease between the two and they are paired frequently in fanfiction.
11th Aug '16 7:39:34 AM WriterGirl2015
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* Mika in ''Manga/SeraphOfTheEnd'' has HoYay with Yuu and is depicted as being a very loyal and caring friend. He also has stalker tendencies towards Yuu in the Serapuchi comic and he's portrayed sympathetically with many fans hoping they get together.
** Despite Mahiru being a {{Yandere}} stalker towards Guren and him realizing he's walking down a dangerous road by having anything to do with her he still loves her and [[spoiler: they have sex in the novels]].
11th Aug '16 7:36:03 AM WriterGirl2015
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** Tsukiyama is depicted as Kaneki's StalkerWithACrush in a HoYay way radiating FetishFuel and is portrayed very sympathetically following him [[spoiler: being rejected by Kaneki and falling into a AngstComa after believing him to be dead.]]
11th Aug '16 7:33:10 AM WriterGirl2015
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* ''Manga/TokyoGhoul'' does a variation. While Torso's actions towards his "lovers" is depicted as being very disturbing Torso thinks what he's doing isn't wrong. Sasaki theorizes that Torso removes the legs of his victims so they won't "leave". Once he becomes obsessed with Mutsuki, he becomes obsessed with following him and making him his, which especially escalates after Mutsuki responds to his affections in the negative leading to him to cut off his limbs to keep him from leaving. A volume 4 diary entry reveals that he believes they share a mysterious connection, and this "spark" of desire will be his salvation. He just believes they need to have a long, private talk.....then Mutsuki will understand their destined bond, and return his love. After he cuts off Mutsuki's legs and arms he declares he will forcibly marry him while having him dressed up in a white dress and putting a wedding ring on his cut off hand. He then stands in front of him shirtless while breathing deeply which heavily implies Attempted Rape. Usually, his past "lovers" rejection of him drives him to extreme violence to punish them including destroying their faces. Also, in chapter 73 of re: Torso brings Mutsuki a flower crown, but gets angry when Mutsuki glares at him and won't accept his compliments. He beats Mutsuki violently while screaming insults. He later has them on a makeshift bed and says he only beats Mutsuki because of how deep his love for him is.

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* ''Manga/TokyoGhoul'' does a variation. While Torso's actions towards his "lovers" is depicted as being very disturbing Torso thinks what he's doing isn't wrong. Sasaki theorizes that Torso removes the legs of his victims so they won't "leave". Once he becomes obsessed with Mutsuki, he becomes obsessed with following him and making him his, which especially escalates after Mutsuki responds to his affections in the negative leading to him to cut off his limbs to keep him from leaving. A volume 4 diary entry reveals that he believes they share a mysterious connection, and this "spark" of desire will be his salvation. He just believes they need to have a long, private talk.....then Mutsuki will understand their destined bond, and return his love. After he cuts off Mutsuki's legs and arms he declares he will forcibly marry him while having him dressed up in a white dress and putting a wedding ring on his cut off hand. He then stands in front of him shirtless while breathing deeply which heavily implies Attempted Rape. Usually, his past "lovers" rejection of him drives him to extreme violence to punish them including destroying their faces. Also, in chapter 73 of re: Torso brings Mutsuki a flower crown, but gets angry when Mutsuki glares at him and won't accept his compliments. He beats Mutsuki violently while screaming insults. He later has them on a makeshift bed and says he only beats Mutsuki because of how deep his love for him is. He also gets a sad backstory and Mutsuki finds himself sympathizing with Torso after hearing it despite how he abused him. Despite [[spoiler: Torso's gruesome end at Mutsuki's hands]] they are still shipped together in the 2016 calendar.


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* ''Film/{{Hannibal}}'' turns the title character into a Stalker with a Crush for Clarice Starling. While in The Silence of the Lambs, he simply seems to enjoy being creepy for creepiness' sake, the sequel turns it into a kind of weird romantic love for Clarice Starling, with him sneaking into her house and watching her sleep (while touching her face and hair). In a deleted scene, he breaks into her car and licks the steering wheel to get the taste of her. Not to mention the part where she's talking to him on a cell phone trying to find him, and it turns out he was behind her touching her hair. The weird thing is that it's actually meant to be romantic.
11th Aug '16 5:04:13 AM TroperDoper
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** To a lesser extent with Steve and Miranda. From the moment their one-night stand is over, she makes it clear that this is all she wants. He responds by constantly calling her, showing up at her place—at one point, threatening to make a scene if she doesn't let him in—and overall, repeatedly ignoring her numerous requests that he leave her alone. This is never made out to be bad, despite Miranda's obvious annoyance with his persistence, just a case of the "Wild" guy trying to win over the "Uptight" woman and get her to let her defenses down.

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** To a lesser extent with Steve and Miranda. From the moment their one-night stand is over, she makes it clear that this is all she wants. He responds by constantly calling her, showing up at her place—at one point, threatening to make a scene if she doesn't let him in—and overall, repeatedly ignoring her numerous requests that he leave her alone. This is never made out to be bad, despite Miranda's obvious annoyance with his persistence, just a case of the "Wild" guy trying to win over the "Uptight" woman and get her to let her defenses down. dow
* Mark from ''Series/PeepShow'' goes to great lengths to win Sophie's heart during the first two seasons of the show. This includes hacking her personal email to keep tabs on their relationship, following her on dates and rushing up to the bus she's on to "bump into her". He eventually ends up marrying her, but they immediately file for divorce.
**He continues this type of behaviour with Dobbie, even after she leaves him.
10th Jul '16 7:10:54 PM Shoebox
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* In ''Literature/{{Twilight}}'', Edward Cullen starts out by flat-out stalking Bella and watching her as she sleeps. Does she mind? No. Even as he tells her how dangerous he is, she still finds him attractive, allowing him to entirely remove her from her old life and family (which, granted, she wasn't particularly happy with, but her sheer passive willingness to be guided by him can still come across as disturbing). He even [[LampshadeHanging lampshades]] this in the aborted prequel ''Literature/MidnightSun'', becoming disgusted with himself when he sneaks into Bella's window to watch her sleep and berating himself as a creepy stalker who ''should not be doing this''. [[IgnoredEpiphany It doesn't stop him from going ahead and doing it anyway.]] [[ParanoiaFuel Repeatedly.]] When he does finally confess that he has been watching her sleep, she is flattered. Yes, you read that right. She is flattered. By someone watching her sleep.

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* In ''Literature/{{Twilight}}'', Edward Cullen starts out by flat-out stalking Bella and watching her as she sleeps. Does she mind? No. Even as he tells her how dangerous he is, she still finds him more and more attractive, eventually allowing him to entirely remove isolate her from her old life and family (which, granted, friends (even granted that she wasn't particularly happy with them to begin with, but her sheer passive willingness to be guided by him passivity can still come across as disturbing). He Edward even [[LampshadeHanging lampshades]] this in the aborted prequel ''Literature/MidnightSun'', becoming disgusted with himself when he sneaks into Bella's window to watch her sleep and berating himself as a creepy stalker who ''should not be doing this''. [[IgnoredEpiphany It doesn't stop him from going ahead and doing it anyway.]] [[ParanoiaFuel Repeatedly.]] When he does finally confess that he has been watching her sleep, she is flattered. Yes, you read that right. She is flattered. By someone watching her sleep.
10th Jul '16 7:05:32 PM Shoebox
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* In ''Literature/{{Twilight}}'', Edward Cullen starts out by flat-out stalking Bella and watching her as she sleeps. Does she mind? No. Even as he tells her how dangerous he is, she still finds him attractive. He eventually takes Bella away from her human friends (that she never really liked in the first place) and her old life (that she hated) and she goes along willingly the whole way. He even [[LampshadeHanging lampshades]] this in the aborted prequel ''Literature/MidnightSun'', becoming disgusted with himself when he sneaks into Bella's window to watch her sleep and berating himself as a creepy stalker who ''should not be doing this''. [[IgnoredEpiphany It doesn't stop him from going ahead and doing it anyway.]] [[ParanoiaFuel Repeatedly.]] When he does finally confess that he has been watching her sleep, she is flattered. Yes, you read that right. She is flattered. By someone watching her sleep.

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* In ''Literature/{{Twilight}}'', Edward Cullen starts out by flat-out stalking Bella and watching her as she sleeps. Does she mind? No. Even as he tells her how dangerous he is, she still finds him attractive. He eventually takes Bella away attractive, allowing him to entirely remove her from her human friends (that she never really liked in the first place) and her old life (that and family (which, granted, she hated) and she goes along willingly the whole way.wasn't particularly happy with, but her sheer passive willingness to be guided by him can still come across as disturbing). He even [[LampshadeHanging lampshades]] this in the aborted prequel ''Literature/MidnightSun'', becoming disgusted with himself when he sneaks into Bella's window to watch her sleep and berating himself as a creepy stalker who ''should not be doing this''. [[IgnoredEpiphany It doesn't stop him from going ahead and doing it anyway.]] [[ParanoiaFuel Repeatedly.]] When he does finally confess that he has been watching her sleep, she is flattered. Yes, you read that right. She is flattered. By someone watching her sleep.
20th Jun '16 11:40:07 AM gewunomox
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* "Sometimes a Fantasy" by BillyJoel. The song is basically [[HarassingPhoneCall about a phone sex call]], but the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hhJg1finpyU video]] is ''creepy'' because some guy seems to be ''forcing'' Billy into having phone sex, and ''watching''. Guh?!

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* "Sometimes a Fantasy" by BillyJoel.Music/BillyJoel. The song is basically [[HarassingPhoneCall about a phone sex call]], but the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hhJg1finpyU video]] is ''creepy'' because some guy seems to be ''forcing'' Billy into having phone sex, and ''watching''. Guh?!
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