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24th Jan '16 9:22:58 AM nombretomado
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* Katchoo in ''StrangersInParadise'' breaks/smashes/destroys (in various ways) her alarm clock ''every time'' when it rings in the morning.
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* Katchoo in ''StrangersInParadise'' ''ComicBook/StrangersInParadise'' breaks/smashes/destroys (in various ways) her alarm clock ''every time'' when it rings in the morning.
8th Jan '16 5:07:43 PM nombretomado
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* In SpiderRobinson's ''Literature/CallahansCrosstimeSaloon'' series, all drinks at Callahan's bar are fifty cents, and Callahan only accepts one dollar bills. You get the fifty cents back unless you want to step up to the line and make a toast by tossing your empty glass into the bar's fireplace hard enough to shatter it. It is an exceptionally cathartic action, as it turns out.
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* In SpiderRobinson's Creator/SpiderRobinson's ''Literature/CallahansCrosstimeSaloon'' series, all drinks at Callahan's bar are fifty cents, and Callahan only accepts one dollar bills. You get the fifty cents back unless you want to step up to the line and make a toast by tossing your empty glass into the bar's fireplace hard enough to shatter it. It is an exceptionally cathartic action, as it turns out.
1st Jan '16 3:44:36 AM erforce
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* The scene in ''OfficeSpace'' when Peter, Michael and Samir destroy the fax machine.
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* The scene in ''OfficeSpace'' ''Film/OfficeSpace'' when Peter, Michael and Samir destroy the fax machine.
27th Dec '15 8:45:29 PM nombretomado
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* One time on ''TheDickVanDykeShow'' Rob & Laura took their frustrations out on a pile of dishes that they were going to replace anyway because they had chips in them.
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* One time on ''TheDickVanDykeShow'' ''Series/TheDickVanDykeShow'' Rob & Laura took their frustrations out on a pile of dishes that they were going to replace anyway because they had chips in them.

* ''{{Psych}}'': Lassiter's ex refuses a gift. He then uses them for target practice. * ''BabylonFive'', from "A Late Return from Avalon";
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* ''{{Psych}}'': ''Series/{{Psych}}'': Lassiter's ex refuses a gift. He then uses them for target practice. * ''BabylonFive'', ''Series/BabylonFive'', from "A Late Return from Avalon";
8th Nov '15 9:13:27 PM Eddy1215
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* Tim Burton's ''Film/{{Batman}}'': The joker shoots a TV set whenever Batman comes on.
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* Tim Burton's ''Film/{{Batman}}'': The joker Joker shoots a TV set whenever Batman comes on.
15th Sep '15 3:16:54 PM Lopiny
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[[DontTryThisAtHome For obvious reasons, this is rarely something you can do in real life without legal consequences at the least.]]
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[[DontTryThisAtHome For obvious reasons, this is rarely something you can do in real life without legal consequences at the least.]]]] Not to be confused with SickeningCrunch, which involves living beings instead.
11th May '15 12:32:51 PM nombretomado
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* In the ''GlobalGuardiansPBEMUniverse'', when a muckraking reporter and her film-crew kept following [[BoisterousBruiser Stone]] around, looking for ''something'' to tarnish up his already shaky reputation with, he finally got so fed up with her that he flattened the newsvan they were using to follow him. And you should take the word "flattened" literally, as he used his SuperStrength to drop a bulldozer on it eight or nine times in quick succession. Then he got himself a beer.
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* In the ''GlobalGuardiansPBEMUniverse'', ''Roleplay/GlobalGuardiansPBEMUniverse'', when a muckraking reporter and her film-crew kept following [[BoisterousBruiser Stone]] around, looking for ''something'' to tarnish up his already shaky reputation with, he finally got so fed up with her that he flattened the newsvan they were using to follow him. And you should take the word "flattened" literally, as he used his SuperStrength to drop a bulldozer on it eight or nine times in quick succession. Then he got himself a beer.
22nd Feb '15 2:19:57 PM TheUnsquished
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* ''SluggyFreelance'' has Torg get people together for a party where they [[http://sluggy.com/comics/archives/daily/090119 step on a scale that mocks their weight]] just so they can have fun [[http://sluggy.com/comics/archives/daily/090120 smashing it with crowbars]].
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* ''SluggyFreelance'' ''Webcomic/SluggyFreelance'' has Torg get people together for a party where they [[http://sluggy.com/comics/archives/daily/090119 step on a scale that mocks their weight]] just so they can have fun [[http://sluggy.com/comics/archives/daily/090120 smashing it with crowbars]].
3rd Oct '14 2:01:33 PM ANTMuddle
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The visceral joy one gets from ruthlessly smashing or otherwise destroying some inanimate object, especially if said object (or whatever it represents) has caused you a great deal of annoyance. Implements favored for this kind of catharsis include, but are not limited to: [[BatterUp Baseball Bats]], [[DropTheHammer Sledgehammers]], [[ChainsawGood Chainsaws]], Woodchippers, Heavy Construction Equipment, and in some cases High Explosives. As a general rule, [[ThereIsNoKillLikeOverKill the more over the top the means of destruction, the greater the satisfaction.]] RingRingCrunch is a subtrope of this. DieChairDie may also be related to this, depending on the game.
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The visceral joy one gets from ruthlessly smashing or otherwise destroying some inanimate object, especially if said object (or whatever it represents) has caused you a great deal of annoyance. Implements favored for this kind of catharsis include, but are not limited to: [[BatterUp Baseball Bats]], [[DropTheHammer Sledgehammers]], [[ChainsawGood Chainsaws]], Woodchippers, Heavy Construction Equipment, Clubs, and in some cases High Explosives. As a general rule, [[ThereIsNoKillLikeOverKill the more over the top the means of destruction, the greater the satisfaction.]] RingRingCrunch is a subtrope of this. DieChairDie may also be related to this, depending on the game.

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[[folder:Western Animation]] * WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes had its share. One good example was "Tugboat Granny," when Sylvester's motorboat sped down a waterfall and had a crash landing. The visceral joy motor runs in the totaled vessel; Sylvester pounds it with a club. The motor sputters; Sylvester gives it one gets from ruthlessly smashing or otherwise destroying some inanimate object, especially if said object (or whatever it represents) has caused you a great deal of annoyance. Implements favored for this kind of catharsis include, but are not limited to: [[BatterUp Baseball Bats]], [[DropTheHammer Sledgehammers]], [[ChainsawGood Chainsaws]], Woodchippers, Heavy Construction Equipment, and in some cases High Explosives. As a general rule, [[ThereIsNoKillLikeOverKill the more over the top the means of destruction, the greater the satisfaction.]] RingRingCrunch is a subtrope of this. DieChairDie may also be related to this, depending on the game. good pound, and it promptly wilts. [[/folder]]
21st Aug '14 12:50:44 AM SeptimusHeap
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* In ''{{Hook}}'', Hook tries to hurt Peter by turning his son to his side. He starts out by encouraging Jack to smash a watch that his father gave him. After that, Jack starts smashing a room full of clocks, for everything Peter did that annoyed him.
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* In ''{{Hook}}'', ''Film/{{Hook}}'', Hook tries to hurt Peter by turning his son to his side. He starts out by encouraging Jack to smash a watch that his father gave him. After that, Jack starts smashing a room full of clocks, for everything Peter did that annoyed him.
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