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19th Feb '17 10:30:59 PM Vir
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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball'', Gumball claims that he no longer searches his own name online because every time he closes his eyes, he sees the fan art of him that he was unfortunate enough to stumble upon.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball'', ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball'' episode "The Catfish", Gumball claims that he no longer searches his own name online because every time he closes his eyes, he sees the fan art of him that he was unfortunate enough to stumble upon.
13th Feb '17 4:26:11 PM Vir
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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball'', Gumball claims that he no longer searches his own name online because every time he closes his eyes, he sees the fan art of him that he was unfortunate enough to stumble upon.
7th Feb '17 9:37:12 AM Demongodofchaos2
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* ''LightNovel/ReZero'', especially in later arcs, as well as similarly to Evangelion above, is this to the fanboys and NEET otaku that gobble up TrappedInAnotherWorld LN stories, with Subaru in their position. Subaru's [[spoiler: reads a monologue that he had plenty of time to achieve something important in his life, but he wasted this time without any good reason, after which he realizes his feelings for virtually the most important person in his life only after he rejected fan's favorite Rem recognition and she falls into a coma at the end of the third arch of the novel]] are seen in particular to be the one of the biggest examples to date.

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* ''LightNovel/ReZero'', especially in later arcs, as well as similarly to Evangelion above, is this to the fanboys and NEET otaku that gobble up TrappedInAnotherWorld LN stories, with Subaru in their position. Subaru's [[spoiler: reads a monologue that he had plenty of time to achieve something important in his life, but he wasted this time without any good reason, after which he realizes his feelings for virtually the most important person in his life only after he rejected fan's favorite Rem recognition and she falls into a coma at the end of the third arch arc of the novel]] are seen in particular to be the one of the biggest examples to date.
4th Feb '17 9:32:53 PM LittleBuster
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* ''LightNovel/ReZero'', especially in later arcs, as well as similarly to Evangelion above, is this to the fanboys and NEET otaku that gobble up TrappedInAnotherWorld LN stories, with Subaru in their position. Subaru's [[spoiler: reads a monologue that he had plenty of time to achieve something important in his life, but he wasted this time without any good reason, after which he realizes his feelings for virtually the most important person in his life only after he rejected Rem recognition and she falls into a coma at the end of the third arch of the novel]] are seen in particular to be the one of the biggest examples to date.

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* ''LightNovel/ReZero'', especially in later arcs, as well as similarly to Evangelion above, is this to the fanboys and NEET otaku that gobble up TrappedInAnotherWorld LN stories, with Subaru in their position. Subaru's [[spoiler: reads a monologue that he had plenty of time to achieve something important in his life, but he wasted this time without any good reason, after which he realizes his feelings for virtually the most important person in his life only after he rejected fan's favorite Rem recognition and she falls into a coma at the end of the third arch of the novel]] are seen in particular to be the one of the biggest examples to date.
4th Feb '17 9:29:16 PM LittleBuster
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* ''LightNovel/ReZero'', especially in later arcs, as well as similarly to Evangelion above, is this to the fanboys and NEET otaku that gobble up TrappedInAnotherWorld LN stories, with Subaru in their position. Subaru's [[spoiler: initial rejection of "Perfect Waifu" Rem while at his lowest state of mind at that point in the series, and the now infamous ending of Arc 3 in the Web novel]] are seen in particular to be the biggest examples to date.

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* ''LightNovel/ReZero'', especially in later arcs, as well as similarly to Evangelion above, is this to the fanboys and NEET otaku that gobble up TrappedInAnotherWorld LN stories, with Subaru in their position. Subaru's [[spoiler: initial rejection of "Perfect Waifu" Rem while at his lowest state of mind at reads a monologue that point he had plenty of time to achieve something important in his life, but he wasted this time without any good reason, after which he realizes his feelings for virtually the series, most important person in his life only after he rejected Rem recognition and she falls into a coma at the now infamous ending end of Arc 3 in the Web third arch of the novel]] are seen in particular to be the one of the biggest examples to date.
3rd Feb '17 12:51:31 PM Demongodofchaos2
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* ''LightNovel/ReZero'', especially in later arcs, as well as similarly to Evangelion above, is this to the fanboys and NEET otaku that gobble up TrappedInAnothrWorld LN stories, with Subaru in their position. Subaru's [[spoiler: initial rejection of "Perfect Waifu" Rem while at his lowest state of mind at that point in the series, and the now infamous ending of Arc 3 in the Web novel]] are seen in particular to be the biggest examples to date.

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* ''LightNovel/ReZero'', especially in later arcs, as well as similarly to Evangelion above, is this to the fanboys and NEET otaku that gobble up TrappedInAnothrWorld TrappedInAnotherWorld LN stories, with Subaru in their position. Subaru's [[spoiler: initial rejection of "Perfect Waifu" Rem while at his lowest state of mind at that point in the series, and the now infamous ending of Arc 3 in the Web novel]] are seen in particular to be the biggest examples to date.
3rd Feb '17 12:50:04 PM Demongodofchaos2
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* ''LightNovel/ReZero'', especially in later arcs, as well as similarly to Evangelion above, is this to the fanboys and NEET otaku that gobble up TrappedInAnothrWorld LN stories, with Subaru in their position. Subaru's [[spoiler: initial rejection of "Perfect Waifu" Rem while at his lowest state of mind at that point in the series, and the now infamous ending of Arc 3 in the Web novel]] are seen in particular to be the biggest examples to date.
2nd Feb '17 2:53:41 AM LucaEarlgrey
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** [[spoiler:Sans]] as a boss himself is a huge "Fuck You" to the audience, as he essentially [[spoiler:breaks every rule established in the game, acknowledges he's breaking said rules and taunts you]], grinning all the way through.

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** [[spoiler:Sans]] as a boss himself is a huge "Fuck You" you" to the audience, as he essentially [[spoiler:breaks [[spoiler:[[SNKBoss breaks every rule established in the game, game]] to [[InvokedTrope deliberately]] become ThatOneBoss, acknowledges he's breaking said rules and taunts you]], grinning all the way through.
31st Jan '17 9:30:30 PM IndirectActiveTransport
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* Would be WWE rival Wrestling/{{TNA}} is not above mocking its fan base or reducing the time of wrestlers the large majority of its base tells them it wants to see. While it has listened to [[CrowdChant the roars]] of "Wrestling/AustinAries" and ''mostly'' treated him well since he was voted into the promotion, when [[Wrestling/NigelMcGuinness Desmond Wolfe]] was voted by fans to be most deserving of a World Title shot, TNA not only had him lose that title shot, but proceeded to bury for the rest of his run, sometimes having him lose multiple times in a single night. Eventually, Wolfe would look for ways out of his contract and return to Wrestling/RingOfHonor (where he got screwed by the Sinclair suits, but that's [[ScrewedByTheNetwork another topic]]). Though TNA would be VindicatedByHistory on the Wolfe case, as it later turned out that his health issues were writing the plot for a lot of this.
* After Glory By Honor VII: The Final Countdown, the [=RoHbots=] started chanting "Twinkies" during Austin Aries's matches till at Super Card Of Honor later that year, he brought a bag of "Golden Snack Cakes" as a peace offering to [[Wrestling/HunterJohnston Delirious]], so the fans started chanting "Golden Snack Cakes" instead, leading Aries to call them puppets.

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* Would be WWE rival Wrestling/{{TNA}} is not above mocking its fan base or reducing the time of wrestlers the large majority of its base tells them it wants to see. While it has listened to [[CrowdChant the roars]] of "Wrestling/AustinAries" and ''mostly'' treated him well since he was voted into the promotion, when [[Wrestling/NigelMcGuinness Desmond Wolfe]] was voted by fans to be most deserving of a World Title shot, TNA not only had him lose that title shot, but proceeded to bury Wolfe for the rest of his run, sometimes having him lose multiple times in a single night. Eventually, Wolfe would look for ways out of his contract and return to Wrestling/RingOfHonor (where he got screwed by the Sinclair suits, but that's [[ScrewedByTheNetwork another topic]]). Though TNA would be VindicatedByHistory on the Wolfe case, as it later turned out that his health issues were writing the plot for a lot of this.
* After Glory ''Glory By Honor VII: The Final Countdown, Countdown'', the [=RoHbots=] started chanting "Twinkies" during Austin Aries's matches till at Super Card Of Honor later that year, he brought a bag of "Golden Snack Cakes" as a peace offering to [[Wrestling/HunterJohnston Delirious]], so the fans started chanting "Golden Snack Cakes" instead, leading Aries to call them puppets.



* In a much less mean spirited, more comical, take on this trope, [[Wrestling/EC3 Ethan Carter III]], in response to the fans in New York chanting "ECW" despite aunt Dixie's insistence that they would get TNA sued, put together [[PowerStable a team called ECW]] consisting of ECW's final champion Wrestling/{{Rhyno}}, the final WWECW Champion Rycklon Stevens (who became Ezekiel Jackson when WWE hired him) and Gene Snitsky ([[TheLastOfTheseIsNotLikeTheOthers who had little to nothing to do with ECW]]).

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* In a much less mean spirited, more comical, comical take on this trope, [[Wrestling/EC3 Ethan Carter III]], in response to the fans in New York chanting "ECW" despite aunt Dixie's insistence that they would get TNA sued, put together [[PowerStable a team called ECW]] consisting of ECW's final champion Wrestling/{{Rhyno}}, the final WWECW Champion Rycklon Stevens (who became Ezekiel Jackson when WWE hired him) and Gene Snitsky ([[TheLastOfTheseIsNotLikeTheOthers who had little to nothing to do with ECW]]).
28th Jan '17 1:56:42 AM RandomnessUnlimited
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* In one episode of ''WesternAnimation/{{Kaeloo}}'', Stumpy says he thinks a show about a frog who [[HulkingOut transforms into a hulking monster when she gets angry]][[note]]The show's premise in a nutshell[[/note]] would make a good kids' show. Mr. Cat's response?
-->'''Mr. Cat:''' [[WhoWouldWantToWatchUs Who in their right mind would watch crap like that?]]
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