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8th Dec '16 8:31:19 PM JustKnown
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* Shows up twice in ''Manga/NyotaiKa'': first when a DoggedNiceGuy who never gets the girl becomes an internet {{GIRL}} to make other men experience his frustration and again when an angry goddess [[GenderBender turns him into a real girl]] to teach him the grass isn't any greener on the female side of the fence where too much ''unwanted'' attention from men is the norm.

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* Shows up twice in ''Manga/NyotaiKa'': first when a DoggedNiceGuy who never gets the girl becomes an internet {{GIRL}} to make other men experience his frustration and again when an angry goddess [[GenderBender turns him into a real girl]] to teach him the grass isn't any greener on the female side of the fence where too much ''unwanted'' attention from men is the norm.
8th Dec '16 8:27:34 PM JustKnown
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* This is Martya's tart response when Miles wonders why genes should trump competence in ''Literature/ACivilCampaign''. As a girl she's essentially property under Barayaran law.

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* This is Martya's Martya Koudelka's tart response when Miles wonders why genes should trump competence in ''Literature/ACivilCampaign''. As a girl she's Martya's essentially property under Barayaran law.law, though in actual practice things tend to be a bit more enlightened than that:
-->'''Martya:''' "If you're looking for sympathy, Miles, you've come to the wrong store."
8th Dec '16 8:21:11 PM JustKnown
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* Shows up twice in ''Manga/NyotaiKa'': first when a DoggedNiceGuy who never gets the girl becomes an internet {{GIRL}} to make other men experience his frustration and again when an angry goddess [[GenderBender turns him into a real girl]] to teach him the grass isn't any greener on the female side of the fence where too much unwanted attention is the norm.

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* Shows up twice in ''Manga/NyotaiKa'': first when a DoggedNiceGuy who never gets the girl becomes an internet {{GIRL}} to make other men experience his frustration and again when an angry goddess [[GenderBender turns him into a real girl]] to teach him the grass isn't any greener on the female side of the fence where too much unwanted ''unwanted'' attention from men is the norm.
8th Dec '16 8:19:47 PM JustKnown
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* Shows up twice in ''Manga/NyotaiKa'': first when DoggedNiceGuy Makoto becomes an internet {{GIRL}} to make other men experience his sexual frustration, and again when an angry goddess [[GenderBender turns him into a ''real'' girl]] to teach him the grass isn't any greener on the female side of the fence.

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* Shows up twice in ''Manga/NyotaiKa'': first when a DoggedNiceGuy Makoto who never gets the girl becomes an internet {{GIRL}} to make other men experience his sexual frustration, frustration and again when an angry goddess [[GenderBender turns him into a ''real'' real girl]] to teach him the grass isn't any greener on the female side of the fence.fence where too much unwanted attention is the norm.
8th Dec '16 8:13:34 PM JustKnown
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* Shows up twice in ''Manga/NyotaiKa'': first when DoggedNiceGuy Makoto becomes an internet {{GIRL}} to make other men experience his sexual frustration, and again when an angry goddess [[GenderBender turns him into a ''real'' girl]] to teach him the grass isn't any greener on the female side of the fence.
17th Sep '16 7:54:29 AM Morgenthaler
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This quote is said to Character A who is trying to relate or suddenly realizes what Character B has to deal with most (if not ''all'') of the time.

A variant of this is when character B asks: ''"Does A feel like this ''all the time?''", usually said after finding themselves in a same boat as character A.

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This quote is said to Character A who is trying to relate or suddenly realizes what Character B has to deal with most (if not ''all'') of the time.

time. A variant of this is when character B asks: ''"Does A feel like this ''all the time?''", usually said after finding themselves in a same boat as character A.
A. Usually played for laughs, but can be used seriously when a character realises that another only appears to be a bastard because of their frequent necessary evils.



Usually played for laughs, but can be used seriously when a character realises that another only appears to be a bastard because of their frequent necessary evils.
18th Aug '16 8:18:27 PM PaulA
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* In ''Disney/WreckItRalph'', Felix complains to Ralph about being "rejected and treated like a criminal", and Ralph replies that now he knows what Ralph's life is like.
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18th Aug '16 8:15:37 PM PaulA
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* This is Martya's tart response when Miles wonders why genes should trump competence in ''[[Literature/VorkosiganSaga A Civil Campaign]]''. As a girl she's essentially property under Barayaran law.
* The main male protagonists and female protagonists in the WheelOfTime have these with each other rather frequently.

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* This is Martya's tart response when Miles wonders why genes should trump competence in ''[[Literature/VorkosiganSaga A Civil Campaign]]''.''Literature/ACivilCampaign''. As a girl she's essentially property under Barayaran law.
* The main male protagonists and female protagonists in the WheelOfTime ''Literature/TheWheelOfTime'' have these with each other rather frequently.
11th Jul '16 6:45:25 AM MiinU
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This quote is said to Character A who is trying to relate or suddenly realizes what Character B has to deal with from time after time.

A variant of this is "Does (Character B) feel like this ''all the time?''", said after Character A behaved in a way they strongly associate with Character B.

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This quote is said to Character A who is trying to relate or suddenly realizes what Character B has to deal with from time after most (if not ''all'') of the time.

A variant of this is "Does (Character B) when character B asks: ''"Does A feel like this ''all the time?''", time?''", usually said after Character A behaved finding themselves in a way they strongly associate with Character B.
same boat as character A.
16th May '16 5:29:02 PM EarlOfSandvich
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