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26th Jun '16 6:31:21 AM Morgenthaler
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* In the final ''IncarnationsOfImmortality'' book, two female characters learn that AllMenArePerverts, and gain a newfound appreciation for the amount of restraint the average man shows in not raping them. Yeesh...

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* In the final ''IncarnationsOfImmortality'' ''Literature/IncarnationsOfImmortality'' book, two female characters learn that AllMenArePerverts, and gain a newfound appreciation for the amount of restraint the average man shows in not raping them. Yeesh...
23rd Jun '16 11:55:08 PM Nintendoman01
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* Taken UpToEleven by the original Falla in ''FanFic/RosarioVampireBrightestDarkness Act IV''. In chapter 11, after after bisecting Luna, Falla tells Kurumu that she should be grateful to her for doing so since she's ensured that Luna won't ever hound Rason again, and outright accuses her of being an UngratefulBitch when she doesn't do so.
17th Jun '16 8:01:29 AM Jeduthun
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12th Jun '16 3:43:52 PM Tightwire
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* In {{Transformers]] comic ComicBook/MoreThanMeetsTheEye this is actually inverted. Rodimus invents a morale booster called the Rodimus Star, and gives it out for the most trivial things. Ultra Magnus, who is always a good person, gets one for 'best handwriting' while Megatron gets one for 'not reverting to his evil ways'. Whirl gets one for some unknown reason, this being before his CharacterDevelopment truly began, and Rodimus even offers one to Swerve if he can keep from speaking for one day (which Swerve fails).

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* In {{Transformers]] {{Transformers}} comic ComicBook/MoreThanMeetsTheEye ''ComicBook/MoreThanMeetsTheEye'' this is actually inverted. Rodimus invents a morale booster called the Rodimus Star, and gives it out for the most trivial things. Ultra Magnus, who is always a good person, gets one for 'best handwriting' while Megatron gets one for 'not reverting to his evil ways'. Whirl gets one for some unknown reason, and this being was before his CharacterDevelopment truly began, HiddenDepths began to be plumbed, and Rodimus even offers one to Swerve if he can keep from speaking for one day (which Swerve fails).
12th Jun '16 3:40:33 PM Tightwire
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* In {{Transformers]] comic ComicBook/MoreThanMeetsTheEye this is actually inverted. Rodimus invents a morale booster called the Rodimus Star, and gives it out for the most trivial things. Ultra Magnus, who is always a good person, gets one for 'best handwriting' while Megatron gets one for 'not reverting to his evil ways'. Whirl gets one for some unknown reason, this being before his CharacterDevelopment truly began, and Rodimus even offers one to Swerve if he can keep from speaking for one day (which Swerve fails).
3rd Jun '16 6:57:56 AM starofjusticev21
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* In the ''Literature/{{Twilight}}'' series, the main characters are a family of vampires, the Cullens, who don't kill humans for blood, instead killing wild animals for blood. Bella and the Cullens think of themselves as saintly people with a caring regard for humans, but as portrayed, while the the Cullens might not kill them for blood anymore they don't seem to care what happens to humans as long as the bad things aren't their fault and don't interfere with their own personal comforts. The Cullens are constantly smug about their superiority over the humans it would bother them to kill, all their best friends are vampires who still kill humans for blood, the Cullens think nothing of committing other crimes and destroying other people's property to suit their own ends, most of them look down on the Quileute werewolves as a lesser race (even though the Quileutes' babysitting of Bella is the only reason she made it out of the second book alive), and the Cullens have a strict hands-off policy about violent vampires unless and until those other vampires show they might be a problem for the Cullens themselves.

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* In the ''Literature/{{Twilight}}'' series, the main characters are a family of vampires, the Cullens, who don't kill humans for blood, instead killing wild animals for blood. Bella and the Cullens think of themselves as saintly people with a caring regard for humans, but as portrayed, while the the Cullens might not kill them for blood anymore they don't seem to care what happens to humans as long as the bad things aren't their fault and don't interfere with their own personal comforts. The Cullens are constantly smug about their superiority over the humans it would bother them to kill, all their best friends are vampires who still kill humans for blood, the Cullens think nothing of committing other crimes and destroying other people's property to suit their own ends, ends (the most notorious being Edward pulling off Bella's distributor cap so she can't visit a boy he doesn't like her being around), most of them look down on the Quileute werewolves as a lesser race (even though the Quileutes' babysitting of Bella is the only reason she made it out of the second book alive), and the Cullens have a strict hands-off policy about violent vampires unless and until those other vampires show they might be a problem for the Cullens themselves.
20th May '16 9:43:38 PM JYN044
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* Tywin in ''Series/GameofThrones'' refers to his act of not drowning his ''infant son'' as an example of how he makes personal sacrifices for the good of his family. Tyrion is so horrified by the declaration that he fails to make the slightest retort...a very rare moment for him.
13th May '16 9:33:40 PM hamza678
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* ''MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'': Even after notionally "reforming", Discord has distinct shades of this, claiming to be just as good a friend of the Mane Six as they are to each other in spite of all the trouble he's caused (and ''keeps'' causing) and then complaining when they don't immediately return the sentiment. Being {{the Trickster}}, how much of this is genuine sentiment and how much just to jerk someone's chain {{for the lulz}} isn't always easy to discern.
* The ''Futurama'' episode "Time Keeps on Slipping", Fry initially attempts to woo Leela with the least amount of effort possible.

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* ''MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'': ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'': Even after notionally "reforming", Discord has distinct shades of this, claiming to be just as good a friend of the Mane Six as they are to each other in spite of all the trouble he's caused (and ''keeps'' causing) and then complaining when they don't immediately return the sentiment. Being {{the Trickster}}, how much of this is genuine sentiment and how much just to jerk someone's chain {{for the lulz}} isn't always easy to discern.
* The ''Futurama'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' episode "Time Keeps on Slipping", Fry initially attempts to woo Leela with the least amount of effort possible.
10th May '16 4:28:26 AM starofjusticev21
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* In the ''Literature/{{Twilight}}'' series, the main characters are a family of vampires, the Cullens, who don't kill humans for blood, instead killing wild animals for blood. Bella, the POV character, thinks of them as saintly people with a caring regard for humans, but as portrayed, despite not going after them for blood the Cullens don't seem to care what happens to humans as long as the bad things aren't their fault. The Cullens are constantly smug about their superiority over the humans it would bother them to kill, all their best friends are vampires who still kill humans for blood, the Cullens think nothing of committing other crimes and destroying other people's property to suit their own ends, most of them look down on the Quileute werewolves as a lesser race (even though the Quileutes' babysitting of Bella is the only reason she made it out of the second book alive), and the Cullens have a strict hands-off policy about violent vampires unless and until those other vampires show they might be a risk to the Cullens themselves.

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* In the ''Literature/{{Twilight}}'' series, the main characters are a family of vampires, the Cullens, who don't kill humans for blood, instead killing wild animals for blood. Bella, Bella and the POV character, thinks Cullens think of them themselves as saintly people with a caring regard for humans, but as portrayed, despite while the the Cullens might not going after kill them for blood the Cullens anymore they don't seem to care what happens to humans as long as the bad things aren't their fault. fault and don't interfere with their own personal comforts. The Cullens are constantly smug about their superiority over the humans it would bother them to kill, all their best friends are vampires who still kill humans for blood, the Cullens think nothing of committing other crimes and destroying other people's property to suit their own ends, most of them look down on the Quileute werewolves as a lesser race (even though the Quileutes' babysitting of Bella is the only reason she made it out of the second book alive), and the Cullens have a strict hands-off policy about violent vampires unless and until those other vampires show they might be a risk to problem for the Cullens themselves.
6th May '16 3:00:05 PM Nintendoman01
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** Before his HeroicSacrifice during the Buu Saga, Vegeta asks Piccolo if he'll be able to see Goku in the Other World. Piccolo [[BrutalHonesty tells him point-blank]] that Vegeta is most likely going to Hell because, unlike Goku, he's spent most of his life being a [[ItsAllAboutMe selfish, evil bastard]] and one selfless act will ''not'' make up for it all. Nonetheless, Vegeta goes through with it.
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