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27th Jan '16 5:32:46 PM WriterGirl2015
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* Ferid refers to Yuu and Mika with chan attached to their names in ''Manga/SeraphOfTheEnd''. Given [[DepravedBisexual Ferid's]] [[{{Jerkass}} character]] it comes across as disturbing. ** Crowley, Yuu's enemy, calls him "my cute little livestock".
27th Jan '16 4:45:30 PM nombretomado
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* SuperMarioBros: Bowser does this an awful [[http://www.mariowiki.com/Mario#Aliases lot]] in regards to Mario, with about 20 different nicknames given to him in the [[SuperMarioBrosSuperShow cartoons]] and another 4 or so in the games. Super Coward Bros, Pesky Plumber, Faucet Face and Two Bit Tortinelli Taster are just a few of who knows how many names Bowser calls him...
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* SuperMarioBros: Bowser does this an awful [[http://www.mariowiki.com/Mario#Aliases lot]] in regards to Mario, with about 20 different nicknames given to him in the [[SuperMarioBrosSuperShow [[Series/TheSuperMarioBrosSuperShow cartoons]] and another 4 or so in the games. Super Coward Bros, Pesky Plumber, Faucet Face and Two Bit Tortinelli Taster are just a few of who knows how many names Bowser calls him...
11th Jan '16 6:22:42 AM HuHuHuHu
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* [[AgentPeacock Mettaton]] of ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'' constantly calls the protagonist "Darling", "Sweetheart", "Beautiful" and the like, even while he repeatedly tries to kill them. [[spoiler:the KillerRobot thing is an act, but he keeps it up even after he drops it and tries to kill them for real]]
2nd Jan '16 1:48:37 AM ACW
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* President Snow uses the endearment "my dear" towards Katniss occasionally in ''Film/TheHungerGames''. It's decidedly creepy, considering his CompleteMonster status and personal vendetta against her.
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* President Snow uses the endearment "my dear" towards Katniss occasionally in ''Film/TheHungerGames''. It's decidedly creepy, considering his CompleteMonster status and personal vendetta against her.
31st Dec '15 2:46:04 PM WriterGirl2015
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* President Snow uses the endearment "my dear" towards Katniss occasionally in ''Film/TheHungerGames''. It's decidedly creepy, considering his CompleteMonster status and personal vendetta against her.
18th Dec '15 1:21:03 PM case
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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' episode "Trash of the Titans", the sanitation commissioner who was replaced by Homer tells him "you are going to crash and burn, my fat-headed friend." Homer being Homer, he takes the last word to heart.
15th Dec '15 10:22:00 AM Willbyr
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* ''{{CLOVER}}'': [[SpellMyNameWithAnS Bors]] tends to call the protagonist "Little Prince" or some variation.
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* ''{{CLOVER}}'': ''Manga/{{CLOVER}}'': [[SpellMyNameWithAnS Bors]] tends to call the protagonist "Little Prince" or some variation.
14th Dec '15 6:53:45 AM StFan
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-> ''"As for Mr Pin and Mr Tulip, all that need be known about them at this point is that they are the kind of people who call you 'friend'. People like that aren't friendly."''
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-> ''"As ->''"As for Mr Pin and Mr Tulip, all that need be known about them at this point is that they are the kind of people who call you 'friend'. People like that aren't friendly."''

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** His other stalker (and fiance), Shampoo, calls him "Airen" (husband).
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** His other stalker (and fiance), fiancée), Shampoo, calls him "Airen" (husband).

[[folder:Comics]] * Franchise/{{Batman}}: As mentioned below, SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker's many nicknames for Batman. To name a few there is "Batsy", "Honey Pie", "My Detective", "Bats", "My Dear Batman", "Darling", "Honeycakes", and "My Dear Dark Knight". ** Though in the Joker's case, it's FoeYay. *** It usually [[DependingOnTheAuthor depends on the author]] whether this is an expression of FoeYay, if the Joker is just using it [[HeyYou to irritate Batman]], or if this is another example of just how obsessed he is with the Bat. * Granny Goodness, the most twisted and creepifying of JackKirby's ComicBook/NewGods, calls everyone she's torturing and brainwashing "my precious", "poppet", and similarly maternal terms. ** This trope truly comes into play for her when she is addressing those who have escaped her, such as Mr Miracle and Big Barda. * While being a heroine and thus, not quite as creepy as the others listed, the FemmeFatale Looker of the [[ComicBook/BatmanAndTheOutsiders Outsiders]] calls ''everyone'' "Darling", whether friend or foe. Batman once took exception to this... --> '''Batman:''' Thank you, Looker... but drop the "Darling". --> '''Looker:''' (smirking) Very well... ''Dearest''. * Aldo [[SignificantAnagram Kerast]] in ''MaryWorth'' uses weird terms like this when stalking Mary. * [[spoiler: Gideon Graves']] usage of "buddy" and "amigo" towards ComicBook/ScottPilgrim. * Katchoo of ''StrangersInParadise'' forbids her on-again, off-again lover David to call her "Baby," because it's a reminder of her hated past as a call girl known to clients as "Baby June." She assures him that "Honey's okay." At the conclusion of the series, when she and [[spoiler: Francine]] finally get together for good, she says, "Then I love you...and you can call me Baby." * In the ''Franchise/{{Superman}}'' story ''ComicBook/TheDeathOfClarkKent'', Conduit calls Superman "Clarkie" on a number of occasions.
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[[folder:Comics]] [[folder:Comedy]] * Franchise/{{Batman}}: As mentioned below, SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker's many nicknames for Batman. To name One comedian has a few there is "Batsy", "Honey Pie", "My Detective", "Bats", "My Dear Batman", "Darling", "Honeycakes", and "My Dear Dark Knight". ** Though sequence in the Joker's case, it's FoeYay. *** It usually [[DependingOnTheAuthor depends on the author]] whether this is an expression of FoeYay, if the Joker is just using it [[HeyYou which he's going to irritate Batman]], or if this is another example of just how obsessed he is with the Bat. * Granny Goodness, the most twisted and creepifying of JackKirby's ComicBook/NewGods, run away from anyone who calls everyone she's torturing and brainwashing "my precious", "poppet", and similarly maternal terms. ** This trope truly comes into play for her when she is addressing those who have escaped her, such as Mr Miracle and Big Barda. * While being a heroine and thus, not quite as creepy as the others listed, the FemmeFatale Looker of the [[ComicBook/BatmanAndTheOutsiders Outsiders]] calls ''everyone'' "Darling", whether friend or foe. Batman once took exception to this... --> '''Batman:''' Thank you, Looker... but drop the "Darling". --> '''Looker:''' (smirking) Very well... ''Dearest''. * Aldo [[SignificantAnagram Kerast]] in ''MaryWorth'' uses weird terms like this when stalking Mary. * [[spoiler: Gideon Graves']] usage of "buddy" and "amigo" towards ComicBook/ScottPilgrim. * Katchoo of ''StrangersInParadise'' forbids her on-again, off-again lover David to call her "Baby," him "big guy," because it's a reminder of her hated past as a call girl known to clients as "Baby June." She assures him that "Honey's okay." At conversation will never end well. As in, "Hey, big guy. What's your blood type?" * Greg Behrendt has a bit about how people who are obviously angry at him will address him as "friend," including his father, who would say things like, "Hey friend, get your hand outta the conclusion of the series, when she and [[spoiler: Francine]] finally get together for good, she says, "Then I love you...and cookie jar!" It seems like a friend would let you can call me Baby." * In the ''Franchise/{{Superman}}'' story ''ComicBook/TheDeathOfClarkKent'', Conduit calls Superman "Clarkie" on have a number of occasions. cookie.

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[[folder:Comic Books]] * Franchise/{{Batman}}: ** As mentioned below, SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker's many nicknames for Batman. To name a few there is "Batsy", "Honey Pie", "My Detective", "Bats", "My Dear Batman", "Darling", "Honeycakes", and "My Dear Dark Knight". It usually [[DependingOnTheAuthor depends on the author]] whether this is an expression of FoeYay, if the Joker is just using it [[HeyYou to irritate Batman]], or if this is another example of just how obsessed he is with the Bat. ** While being a heroine and thus, not quite as creepy as the others listed, the FemmeFatale Looker of the ''ComicBook/BatmanAndTheOutsiders'' calls ''everyone'' "Darling", whether friend or foe. Batman once took exception to this... --->'''Batman:''' Thank you, Looker... but drop the "Darling".\\ '''Looker:''' (''smirking'') Very well... ''Dearest''. * Granny Goodness, the most twisted and creepifying of JackKirby's ComicBook/NewGods, calls everyone she's torturing and brainwashing "my precious", "poppet", and similarly maternal terms. This trope truly comes into play for her when she is addressing those who have escaped her, such as Mr Miracle and Big Barda. * ''ComicBook/ScottPilgrim'': [[spoiler: Gideon Graves']] usage of "buddy" and "amigo" towards Scott Pilgrim. * Katchoo of ''ComicBook/StrangersInParadise'' forbids her on-again, off-again lover David to call her "Baby," because it's a reminder of her hated past as a call girl known to clients as "Baby June." She assures him that "Honey's okay." At the conclusion of the series, when she and [[spoiler: Francine]] finally get together for good, she says, "Then I love you... and you can call me Baby." * In the ''Franchise/{{Superman}}'' story ''ComicBook/TheDeathOfClarkKent'', Conduit calls Superman "Clarkie" on a number of occasions. [[/folder]] [[folder:Comic Strips]] * Aldo [[SignificantAnagram Kerast]] in ''ComicStrip/MaryWorth'' uses weird terms like this when stalking Mary. [[/folder]] [[folder:Fan Fiction]]Works]]

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[[folder:Stand-Up Comedy]] * One comedian has a sequence in which he's going to run away from anyone who calls him "big guy," because that conversation will never end well. As in, "Hey, big guy. What's your blood type?" * Greg Behrendt has a bit about how people who are obviously angry at him will address him as "friend," including his father, who would say things like, "Hey friend, get your hand outta the cookie jar!" It seems like a friend would let you have a cookie.
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[[folder:Stand-Up Comedy]] [[folder:Theater]] * One comedian has a sequence in which he's going to run away from anyone who calls him "big guy," because that conversation will never end well. As in, "Hey, big guy. What's your blood type?" * Greg Behrendt has a bit about how people who are obviously angry at him will address him as "friend," including Theatre/LittleShopOfHorrors: "Cutie! Sweetness! Seymour! Babydoll..." and then she makes his father, who would say things like, "Hey friend, get your hand outta the cookie jar!" It seems like life a friend would let you have a cookie.living hell without knowing it.

[[folder:Theatre]] * Theatre/LittleShopOfHorrors: "Cutie! Sweetness! Seymour! Babydoll..." and then she makes his life a living hell without knowing it. [[/folder]]

* ''WesternAnimation/DannyPhantom'': Vlad typically calls his enemy Danny "Daniel" or rarely, the more affectionate "little badger." ** In Vlad's debut episode, before Danny knows he's evil, he refers to Danny as "son," with Danny politely commenting that he doesn't like anyone but his dad to do that. This perfectly ties into Vlad's desire to get rid of Jack and marry Maddie, which would make Danny and Jazz his adopted children.
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* ''WesternAnimation/DannyPhantom'': Vlad typically calls his enemy Danny "Daniel" or rarely, the more affectionate "little badger." ** " In Vlad's debut episode, before Danny knows he's evil, he refers to Danny as "son," with Danny politely commenting that he doesn't like anyone but his dad to do that. This perfectly ties into Vlad's desire to get rid of Jack and marry Maddie, which would make Danny and Jazz his adopted children.

* From ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'', Azula calls her brother "[[EmbarrassingNickname Zu-Zu]]". While using an EmbarrassingNickname for a brother might seem fairly normal, Azula not only tries to kill him repeatedly, but there is a not particularly subtle vibe of IncestSubtext between them.
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* From ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'', ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'': ** Azula calls her brother "[[EmbarrassingNickname Zu-Zu]]". While using an EmbarrassingNickname for a brother might seem fairly normal, Azula not only tries to kill him repeatedly, but there is a not particularly subtle vibe of IncestSubtext between them.

* ''WesternAnimation/Ben10AlienForce''. [[EnergyAbsorption Mike Morningstar]]. "[[{{Mana}} Lovely]] [[DeliciousToTheSupernatural Gwen]]." ** As of ''Couple's Retreat'', it is official that this is NOT just Gwen's mana. Also blows up in Morningstar's face spectacularly, given that his obsession with Gwen manages to [[spoiler:turn the now near-omnipotent Charmcaster against him]]. * ''TotallySpies'': In the episode "Stuck In The Middle Ages With You" an evil guy who wants Clover to be his queen calls her things like "babe" and "queeny". Also, in "Wild Style" after Clover gets turned into a CatGirl the villainess of the episode calls her a "pretty kitty". * ''WesternAnimation/CodenameKidsNextDoor'' has the [[CreepyChild Delightful Children]] frequently refer to operatives of the Kids Next Door by first name instead of CodeName (most frequent is calling Numbuh 1 "Nigel"). When operatives do this to each other it's usually as sign of them being close, but the Delightful Children do it as a [[FauxAffablyEvil pretense of politeness]] and to belittle the organization as a whole, like a parent who insists on using their child's EmbarrassingFirstName.
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* ''WesternAnimation/Ben10AlienForce''. [[EnergyAbsorption Mike Morningstar]]. "[[{{Mana}} Lovely]] [[DeliciousToTheSupernatural Gwen]]." ** " As of ''Couple's Retreat'', it is official that this is NOT just Gwen's mana. Also blows up in Morningstar's face spectacularly, given that his obsession with Gwen manages to [[spoiler:turn the now near-omnipotent Charmcaster against him]]. * ''TotallySpies'': ''WesternAnimation/TotallySpies'': In the episode "Stuck In The Middle Ages With You" an evil guy who wants Clover to be his queen calls her things like "babe" and "queeny". Also, in "Wild Style" after Clover gets turned into a CatGirl the villainess of the episode calls her a "pretty kitty". * ''WesternAnimation/CodenameKidsNextDoor'' has the [[CreepyChild Delightful Children]] frequently refer to operatives of the Kids Next Door by first name instead of CodeName (most frequent is calling Numbuh 1 One "Nigel"). When operatives do this to each other it's usually as sign of them being close, but the Delightful Children do it as a [[FauxAffablyEvil pretense of politeness]] and to belittle the organization as a whole, like a parent who insists on using their child's EmbarrassingFirstName.


3rd Dec '15 2:22:30 AM Anddrix
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* In ''Literature/HushHush'', Patch frequently refers to Nora as "Angel". It's probably more meant as an affectionate nickname, but depending on how you see his actions ([[spoiler:particularly how he spends much of the first book seriously considering killing her]]), YourMilageMayVary.
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* In ''Literature/HushHush'', Patch frequently refers to Nora as "Angel". It's probably more meant as an affectionate nickname, but depending on how you see his actions ([[spoiler:particularly how he spends much of the first book seriously considering killing her]]), YourMilageMayVary.her]])...
27th Nov '15 8:02:35 PM nombretomado
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* [[spoiler: Gideon Graves']] usage of "buddy" and "amigo" towards ScottPilgrim.
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* [[spoiler: Gideon Graves']] usage of "buddy" and "amigo" towards ScottPilgrim.ComicBook/ScottPilgrim.
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