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31st Jan '16 8:48:00 AM DracMonster
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* In ''Webcomic/{{unTouchable}}'', modern vampires have learned to absorb LifeEnergy simply by touching humans. To facilitate this, they are genetically predisposed to good looks and charisma, and are not shy about using this to their advantage. They're FriendlyNeighborhoodVampires on the whole, but do maintain an air of smug superiority.
27th Dec '15 4:24:38 PM Anddrix
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%% * The adult vampyres in ''Literature/TheHouseOfNight''.
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%% * The adult In ''Literature/TheHouseOfNight'', vampyres in ''Literature/TheHouseOfNight''.are all gorgeous and talented -- it's mentioned that most important historical figures like Shakespeare are vampyres, and so are most movie stars and pop singers.
22nd Dec '15 7:01:59 AM WillBGood
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And to make all of this worse, those who don't rub it in, [[SpoiledSweet are so gracious about it]] that one has to wonder whether their unparalleled humility isn't just one more way they're better than you.
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And to make all of this worse, those who don't rub it in, in [[SpoiledSweet are so gracious about it]] that one has to wonder whether their unparalleled humility isn't just one more way they're better than you.
19th Dec '15 10:26:58 PM nombretomado
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* Treacherous Beautiful People often figure in the novels of SidneySheldon, dating back to his breakthrough hit ''The Other Side of Midnight'' and villainess Noelle Page, a poor French girl who clawed her way to the top by utilizing her beauty. Good Beautiful People exist too, but usually are the targets of the bad ones.
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* Treacherous Beautiful People often figure in the novels of SidneySheldon, Creator/SidneySheldon, dating back to his breakthrough hit ''The Other Side of Midnight'' and villainess Noelle Page, a poor French girl who clawed her way to the top by utilizing her beauty. Good Beautiful People exist too, but usually are the targets of the bad ones.
16th Dec '15 7:52:22 AM catmuto
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* ''Manga/SevenSeeds'' has several characters who have the looks for it. But only Team Summer A really makes up this trope, with their exceptionally good looks (including [[BlindingBangs Ban]]), fast thinking abilities and observation skills, other survival skills and even speech. Sure, their [[NoSocialSkills social skills]] could take a few lessons, but overall, they are amazing. Justified, they are DesignerBabies.
16th Dec '15 1:45:45 AM DragonQuestZ
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Compare BeautyIsNeverTarnished, ModelCouple.
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Compare BeautyIsNeverTarnished, ModelCouple. ModelCouple, FashionModel.
13th Dec '15 7:03:40 PM nombretomado
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* This is one of the complaints that the Morlocks - a community of [[TheMorlocks sewer-dwelling mutants]] - and especially their leader Callisto and flesh-shaper Masque had about the Franchise/{{X-Men}}. The X-Men - self-appointed ambassadors of the mutant community - are almost all powerful and attractive (even the inhuman-looking ones wouldn't have much trouble getting a date) and live in a mansion (or they did when the Morlocks were around), while the Morlocks were all freakish (some due to the afore-mentioned flesh-shaper) outcasts who lived in a sewer, relatively few of which had impressive powers. They accuse the X-Men of being elitist snobs who have a [[ButNotTooForeign "but not TOO mutant"]] policy toward new recruits.
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* This is one of the complaints that the Morlocks - a community of [[TheMorlocks sewer-dwelling mutants]] - and especially their leader Callisto and flesh-shaper Masque had about the Franchise/{{X-Men}}.Franchise/XMen. The X-Men - self-appointed ambassadors of the mutant community - are almost all powerful and attractive (even the inhuman-looking ones wouldn't have much trouble getting a date) and live in a mansion (or they did when the Morlocks were around), while the Morlocks were all freakish (some due to the afore-mentioned flesh-shaper) outcasts who lived in a sewer, relatively few of which had impressive powers. They accuse the X-Men of being elitist snobs who have a [[ButNotTooForeign "but not TOO mutant"]] policy toward new recruits.
24th Nov '15 5:12:39 AM TheRedRedKroovy
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* The {{Heathers}} fit this trope to a tee.
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* The {{Heathers}} titular GirlPosse from ''Film/{{Heathers}}'' fit this trope to a tee.tee. * As do the Plastics from ''Film/MeanGirls'', for a LighterAndSofter version of the above.

* ''TheBradyBunch'': Season 4's "Today I Am A Freshman," where the girls in the Boosters a socially elite club at Westdale High are depicted as this.
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* ''TheBradyBunch'': ''Series/TheBradyBunch'': Season 4's "Today I Am A Freshman," where the girls in the Boosters a socially elite club at Westdale High are depicted as this.
29th Oct '15 11:20:32 AM Kakai
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* In ''Film/TheLastWitchHunter'', Danique's fashion house, with its high-class models and the owner being a full-blown FemmeFatale, is definitely one. Kaulder calls it "old magic and old money", and they turn out to be aiding Belial.
27th Oct '15 5:58:44 AM EDP
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** {{Invoked}} and endlessly {{Lampshaded}} with Gardes du Corps, the senior cavalry regiment of the French Army and the main unit of the royal guard: they're an elite regiment largely composed of aristocrats, the members are chosen not just for their skills but also for their beauty, and people are so open on their good looks that everyone who learns Oscar's regiment replies with a variant of "Of course he's so beautiful!" and Girodelle (another officer of that regiment) ''flat-out admits that he '''has''' to be beautiful if he was accepted in the Gardes du Corps''.
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