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3rd May '18 10:47:25 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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* ''Film/TheRoom'' gives us Creator/TommyWiseau's infamous lines "You are tearing me apart, Lisa!" and "Everybody betrayed me, I'm fed up with this world!"
12th Apr '18 9:16:51 PM animenutcase
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-->'''Amy''': Let's phrase our statements in the form of "When you do this, it makes me feel this."

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-->'''Amy''': Let's phrase frame our statements in the form of with "When you do this, it makes me feel this."
31st Mar '18 4:55:47 PM Briguy52748
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* Music/JohnnyCash: Many things made him feel angry, among them injustice and racism. Many of his most popular songs have been about the oppressed, shunned and people on the social fringes through no fault of their own. One of the most memorable examples of this came from his 1964 album ''Bitter Tears'' [[note]](a concept album containing songs about the issues Native Americans faced)[[/note]] called "The Ballad Of Ira Hayes." Written by Peter [=LaFarge=], the song tells the life story of Hayes, a young Native American of Pima descent who joins the Marines during World War II and after D-Day participated in the flag-raising of Iwo Jima. The trope really kicks in as Cash tells Hayes' post-war life, how he was treated with disrespect, the government building a dam to cut off a supply of clean water and that he fell into poverty and alcoholism; Cash's anger builds toward the end, reaching its apex as he explains that Hayes died drunk, laying face down in a waterlogged ditch as he took his last breath, his corpse left there to rot.

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* Music/JohnnyCash: Many things made him feel angry, among them injustice and racism. Many of his most popular songs have been about the oppressed, shunned and people on the social fringes through no fault of their own. One of the most memorable examples of this came from his 1964 album ''Bitter Tears'' [[note]](a concept album containing songs about the issues Native Americans faced)[[/note]] and particularly a song called "The Ballad Of Ira Hayes." Written by Peter [=LaFarge=], the song tells the life story of Hayes, a young Native American of Pima descent who joins the Marines during World War II and after D-Day participated in the flag-raising of Iwo Jima. The trope really kicks in as Cash tells Hayes' post-war life, how he was treated with disrespect, the government building a dam to cut off a supply of clean water and that he fell into poverty and alcoholism; Cash's anger builds toward the end, reaching its apex as he explains that Hayes died drunk, laying face down in a waterlogged ditch as he took his last breath, his corpse left there to rot.
31st Mar '18 4:55:00 PM Briguy52748
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* Music/JohnnyCash: Many things made him feel angry, among them injustice and racism. Many of his most popular songs have been about the oppressed, shunned and people on the social fringes through no fault of their own. One of the most memorable examples of this came from his 1964 album ''Bitter Tears'' [[note]](a concept album containing songs about the issues Native Americans faced)[[/note]] called "The Ballad Of Ira Hayes." Written by Peter [=LaFarge=], the song tells the life story of Hayes, a young Native American of Pima descent who joins the Marines during World War II and after D-Day participated in the flag-raising of Iwo Jima. The trope really kicks in as Cash tells Hayes' post-war life, how he was treated with disrespect, the government building a dam to cut off a supply of clean water and that he fell into poverty and alcoholism; Cash's anger builds toward the end, reaching its apex as he explains that Hayes died drunk, laying face down in a waterlogged ditch as he took his last breath, his corpse left there to rot.
29th Mar '18 6:08:34 AM Briguy52748
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** Among other segments during the show's history, one memorable one from 1975, known to fans as [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0-3jSTs2Zsw "Get Mad Goat"], has said title character as the ButtMonkey for others' pranks: a jig-dancing dog who pulls his beard, a cat setting off a firecracker behind him, a duck making fun of him, and a selfish pig who refuses to share his ice cream cone. The goat, in expressing his anger, tells viewers that in certain situations, anger is justified and can be a healthy, even appropriate emotion ("It ain't bad to get mad").

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** Among other segments during the show's history, one memorable one from 1975, known to fans as [https://www.[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0-3jSTs2Zsw "Get Mad Goat"], Goat"]], has said title character as the ButtMonkey for others' pranks: a jig-dancing dog who pulls his beard, a cat setting off a firecracker behind him, a duck making fun of him, and a selfish pig who refuses to share his ice cream cone. The goat, in expressing his anger, tells viewers that in certain situations, anger is justified and can be a healthy, even appropriate emotion ("It ain't bad to get mad").
29th Mar '18 6:07:24 AM Briguy52748
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* On ''Series/SesameStreet'', when it starts to sink in for Big Bird that Mr. Hooper is dead, all he can say is, "I don't like it. It makes me sad." Falls under the variant of teaching children how to handle emotions, and does not ''at all'' detract from one of the most powerful moments in TV history.

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\n* On ''Series/SesameStreet'', ''Series/SesameStreet''
** The famous "I'll Miss You, Mr. Hooper" episode,
when it starts to sink in for Big Bird finally realizes that his beloved Mr. Hooper has died and is dead, all never coming back, he can say is, expresses his anger: "I don't like it. It makes me sad." Falls under the variant of teaching children how to handle emotions, and does not ''at all'' detract from one of the most powerful moments in TV history.history.
*** Within the same "I'll Miss You, Mr. Hooper" episode, several segments about emotion are included. An older segment, with Bert and a kid named John-John, presents a scenario if one of them were to lose something (a collection of paper clips). While John-John says he'd feel sad (and demonstrates), Bert fills the trope by saying he'd be very angry if he lost his paper clips.
** Among other segments during the show's history, one memorable one from 1975, known to fans as [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0-3jSTs2Zsw "Get Mad Goat"], has said title character as the ButtMonkey for others' pranks: a jig-dancing dog who pulls his beard, a cat setting off a firecracker behind him, a duck making fun of him, and a selfish pig who refuses to share his ice cream cone. The goat, in expressing his anger, tells viewers that in certain situations, anger is justified and can be a healthy, even appropriate emotion ("It ain't bad to get mad").
27th Mar '18 6:12:08 PM Pamina
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* ''Film/{{Enchanted}}'' has this when Giselle gets angry, but here it's justified because it's the first time she's actually ''felt'' the emotion anger. This also happens to be her LoveEpiphany, so it's possibly the first time she felt any strong emotion toward someone.

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* ''Film/{{Enchanted}}'' has this when Giselle gets angry, but here it's justified because [[IsThisWhatAngerFeelsLike it's the first time she's actually ''felt'' the emotion anger. anger.]] This also happens to be her LoveEpiphany, so it's possibly the first time she felt any strong emotion toward someone.
18th Mar '18 8:38:38 PM TwilightLord
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--'''Amy''': Let's phrase our statements in the form of "When you do this, it makes me feel this."

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--'''Amy''': -->'''Amy''': Let's phrase our statements in the form of "When you do this, it makes me feel this."
18th Mar '18 8:37:57 PM TwilightLord
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-->''"When you live here, it makes me feel angry...because you're a horrible roommate and nobody in this house likes you."

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-->''"When --'''Amy''': Let's phrase our statements in the form of "When you do this, it makes me feel this."
-->'''Sonic''': Okay, let's see, umm... When
you live here, it makes me feel angry...because angry. ...Because you're a horrible roommate and nobody in this house likes you."
18th Mar '18 8:33:53 PM TwilightLord
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** After all of the crap Roxas had to endure, he finally confronts [=DiZ=]. By this time, Roxas is pissed-off and exhausted, but what line does he deliver? "I hate you ''so'' much!"
*** Justified, as this is coming from a 15 year old who had his best friend betray him and seemingly die by his hand, a girl who spoke with him just to be kind get taken away to God-Knows-Where by his tormentors, his happy life in Twilight Town revealed to be an illusion and on top of it all, has now just found out the hated foe that appears to stand before him is nothing more than a hologram and in the end, there is no escaping his fate. Really, at this point. what else ''is'' there to say?

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** After all of the crap Roxas had to endure, he finally confronts [=DiZ=]. By this time, Roxas is pissed-off and exhausted, but what line does he deliver? "I hate you ''so'' much!"
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much!" Justified, as this is coming from a 15 year old who had his best friend betray him and seemingly die by his hand, a girl who spoke with him just to be kind get taken away to God-Knows-Where by his tormentors, his happy life in Twilight Town revealed to be an illusion and on top of it all, has now just found out the hated foe that appears to stand before him is nothing more than a hologram and in the end, there is no escaping his fate. Really, at this point. what else ''is'' there to say?


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** Hayner's line towards the start of the game, in response to Seifer spreading rumours that Hayner and his gang were stealing from people [[spoiler:or so he thinks]]. "Have you ever been this ticked off before in your life? 'Cause I haven't!" It doesn't help that he sounds ''mildly'' annoyed at most.
** Sora, on the train when leaving Twilight Town for the first time, remarks "You know... I'm sad." It's also justified, as he doesn't really know ''why'' he's sad. (It's because he has Roxas's memories, and he just said goodbye to Roxas's closest friends, whom Sora himself had only just met.)
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