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16th Aug '17 12:31:43 PM SeptimusHeap
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** Episode 1 introduces the male lead to his new staff as they charge in a cloud of squeals, aprons, and barely repressed {{Shotacon}}.

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** Episode 1 introduces the male lead to his new staff as they charge in a cloud of squeals, aprons, and barely repressed {{Shotacon}}.[[LoliconAndShotacon shotacon]].
18th May '17 7:13:46 PM nombretomado
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* ''UruseiYatsura'' throws these in so regularly that you can almost set your watch by them -- not that this helps the poor YuppieCouple that invariably get run over by the mob.

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* ''UruseiYatsura'' ''Manga/UruseiYatsura'' throws these in so regularly that you can almost set your watch by them -- not that this helps the poor YuppieCouple that invariably get run over by the mob.
4th May '17 5:01:21 PM ANTMuddle
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Members of a [[HaremGenre Harem]] or LoveDodecahedron sometimes chase the object(s) of their romantic desire down the street in a ThunderingHerd.

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Members of a [[HaremGenre Harem]] or LoveDodecahedron sometimes chase the object(s) of their romantic desire down the street in a ThunderingHerd.
ThunderingHerd. Multiply that if the character is dealing with a GroupieBrigade.
1st May '17 10:30:15 AM Zef
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* More serious example: the Ohmu from ''Manga/NausicaaOfTheValleyOfTheWind''.

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* More serious example: the Ohmu from ''Manga/NausicaaOfTheValleyOfTheWind''. These are titanic, pillbug-like insects with nigh-indestructible carapaces, pincer-like legs at the front, and dozens of eyes. Even one rampaging Ohmu can devastate a city; an entire flood of them can level a valley. Worse: since they live in the poisonous forest called "the Sea of Corruption", their bodies carry spores that spread the reach of the forest, and even one single spore can threaten the existence of a village. Thus, not only are the inhabitants of the periphery extremely careful not to anger any of the forest's insects (their pain can carry through to the Ohmu), but certain kingdoms actually ''plot'' to enrage the Ohmu into flattening their enemies' lands.
29th Mar '17 1:41:45 AM Geoduck
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* A Thundering Herd of [[GroupieBrigade crazed groupies]] leads to the trampling death of Creator/GeneKelly's character in the black comedy ''Film/WhatAWayToGo.''
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29th Apr '16 3:35:27 AM Adept
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* Sana from ''KodomoNoOmocha'' is also energetic enough to make one of these all by herself.
* ''KashimashiGirlMeetsGirl'', episode 2.

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* Sana from ''KodomoNoOmocha'' ''Manga/KodomoNoOmocha'' is also energetic enough to make one of these all by herself.
* ''KashimashiGirlMeetsGirl'', ''Manga/KashimashiGirlMeetsGirl'', episode 2.
11th Apr '16 8:04:50 PM aye_amber
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* In “ ‘Tiger! Tiger!’ ” in TheJungleBook, Kipling tells how Mowgli, with the help of Grey Brother and Akela, organises a stampede of the buffalo bulls down the ravine in which the tiger Shere Khan is hiding. ‘… the torrent of black horns, foaming muzzles, and staring eyes whirled down the ravine like boulders in flood-time; the weaker buffaloes being shouldered out to the sides of the ravine, where they tore through the creepers. They knew what the business was before them – the terrible charge of the buffalo-herd, against which no tiger can hope to stand.’ At the other end of the ravine, even more dangerously, are the buffalo cows with their calves.

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* In “ ‘Tiger! Tiger!’ ” in TheJungleBook, Literature/TheJungleBook, Kipling tells how Mowgli, with the help of Grey Brother and Akela, organises a stampede of the buffalo bulls down the ravine in which the tiger Shere Khan is hiding. ‘… the torrent of black horns, foaming muzzles, and staring eyes whirled down the ravine like boulders in flood-time; the weaker buffaloes being shouldered out to the sides of the ravine, where they tore through the creepers. They knew what the business was before them – the terrible charge of the buffalo-herd, against which no tiger can hope to stand.’ At the other end of the ravine, even more dangerously, are the buffalo cows with their calves.
16th Feb '16 7:32:39 PM Knight20
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13th Nov '15 5:03:14 PM bim
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* In “ ‘Tiger! Tiger!’ ” in TheJungleBook, Kipling tells how Mowgli, with the help of Grey Brother and Akela, organises a stampede of the buffalo bulls down the ravine in which the tiger Shere Khan is hiding. ‘… the torrent of black horns, foaming muzzles, and staring eyes whirled down the ravine like boulders in flood-time; the weaker buffaloes being shouldered out to the sides of the ravine, where they tore through the creepers. They knew what the business was before them – the terrible charge of the buffalo-herd, against which no tiger can hope to stand.’ At the other end of the ravine, even more dangerously, are the buffalo cows with their calves.
12th Sep '15 10:46:07 PM Adept
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* What happens to the four {{Bishounen}} in ''TheWallflower'', but mostly to Kyouhei.

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* What happens to the four {{Bishounen}} in ''TheWallflower'', ''Manga/TheWallflower'', but mostly to Kyouhei.
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