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28th Apr '16 4:51:58 PM Eddy1215
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* In ''Series/{{Seinfeld}}'' episode "The Serenity Now", Kramer uses the eponymous mantra to calm himself down while being tormented by the neighborhood kids. As mentioned by one character on the impracticality of the mantra, Kramer's anger is just bottled up until he blows and trashes the computers that George had stashed at his apartment.
22nd Nov '15 11:02:57 AM nombretomado
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* {{Foxtrot}}: Roger Fox, BumblingDad extraordinaire, not only causes these in his wife but is ''completely oblivious to them''.

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* {{Foxtrot}}: ''ComicStrip/FoxTrot'': Roger Fox, BumblingDad extraordinaire, not only causes these in his wife but is ''completely oblivious to them''.
22nd Jun '15 6:28:44 PM TompaDompa
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This may be because the person annoying them is their boss, or if they are trying to appear professional in, say, a law court to avoid CourtroomAntics. Alternately, our hero could be taunted by a villain who would gain from his anger, such as a certain Mr. [[StarWars Palpatine]]

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This may be because the person annoying them is their boss, or if they are trying to appear professional in, say, a law court to avoid CourtroomAntics. Alternately, our hero could be taunted by a villain who would gain from his anger, such as a certain Mr. [[StarWars [[Film/StarWars Palpatine]]
22nd Jan '15 2:10:05 PM zeroslashj
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Alice is upset. She hasn't told [[AliceAndBob Bob]] this, but he has a hunch. Maybe it's because she's chopping those carrots a ''little'' too hard. Maybe it's because she's pressing down on that pen so hard it's torn through the paper. Or maybe it's because she just gave her coworker a broken jaw when he asked how she was.

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Alice is upset. She hasn't told [[AliceAndBob Bob]] this, but he has a hunch. Maybe it's because she's chopping those carrots a ''little'' too hard. Maybe it's because she's pressing down on that pen so hard it's torn through the paper. [[DisproportionateRetribution Or maybe it's because she just gave her coworker a broken jaw when he asked how she was.
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31st Dec '14 5:56:44 AM Chabal2
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* {{Foxtrot}}: Roger Fox, BumblingDad extraordinaire, not only causes these in his wife but is ''completely oblivious to them''.
--> Your eye twitches like that when you're happy, right?


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* A ''TeenTitans'' episode featured two of these, when a DaddysLittleVillain blackmailed Robin into taking her on a date. Robin's face is frozen in a twitching manic grin, while Starfire occasionally bursts into flame or has her mouth melt away and her head turn into a nightmarish VenusFlyTrap-esque maw.
28th Dec '14 7:59:11 PM Thurisaz314
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17th Jun '14 7:32:43 AM Odon
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* The Australian comedy series ''Full Frontal'', in a spoof of a popular cooking show, had the female host mutilating various phallic-shaped vegetables while ranting about her cheating husband.
9th May '14 9:40:28 PM siberia82
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': Ser Loras Tyrell's body language cannot disguise the utter disgust and frustration that he feels at having to bend the knee to King Joffrey in "Valar Morghulis."

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Ser Loras Tyrell's body language cannot disguise the utter disgust and frustration that he feels at having to bend the knee to King Joffrey in "Valar Morghulis."
4th Nov '13 10:13:11 PM siberia82
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': Ser Loras Tyrell's body language cannot disguise the utter disgust and frustration that he feels at having to bend the knee to King Joffrey in "Valar Morghulis."
** The abrupt and rude manner in which Loras storms away from the wedding feast in "Second Sons" is merely the tip of the iceberg in terms of the true depths of his anger over his current situation ([[spoiler:i.e. his forced betrothal to Queen Cersei, his inability to mourn for his lover Renly Baratheon in public,]] etc.).
21st Jul '13 7:04:46 PM nombretomado
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* In the sixth ''HarryPotter'' book, Hagrid is said to be chopping some things up "as if each had done him a great personal wrong" because he's angry about Harry et al (and everyone else) dropping his class, [[spoiler: though he's actually upset that [[GiantSpider Aragog is dying]].]]

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* In the sixth ''HarryPotter'' ''Literature/{{Harry Potter|and the Half Blood Prince}}'' book, Hagrid is said to be chopping some things up "as if each had done him a great personal wrong" because he's angry about Harry et al (and everyone else) dropping his class, [[spoiler: though he's actually upset that [[GiantSpider Aragog is dying]].]]
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