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21st Apr '17 4:35:02 AM otemple700
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* Done tragically in ''VideoGame/{{Overwatch}}''. Because Ana doesn't know the full story of how her old friend Amélie became Widowmaker, she assumed that Gérard married a complete bitch who killed him once she was done stringing him along. Widowmaker is ''[[BerserkButton furious]]'' once she heard Ana's version of the story.
17th Mar '17 2:17:48 PM Az_Tech341
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** Surprisingly enough, especially Dr. Dementor, who pressed the issue more than[[AlphaBitch Bonnie Rockwaller]], even. However, it's subtly implied (in his final main appearance, along with the reappearance of Kim's cousin, Larry) that he may be projecting, specifically his frustrations when his younger sister, Hildegarde, gets married and due to a promise, is forced to take his brother-in-law, Myron, in his scheme during the episode (where he voices a majority of said thoughts.)

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** Surprisingly enough, especially Dr. Dementor, who pressed the issue more than[[AlphaBitch Bonnie Rockwaller]], even. However, it's subtly implied (in his final main appearance, along with the reappearance of Kim's cousin, Larry) that he may be projecting, specifically his frustrations when his younger sister, Hildegarde, gets married and and, due to a promise, is forced to take his brother-in-law, Myron, in his scheme during the episode (where he voices a majority of said thoughts.)
16th Mar '17 10:38:49 PM DVB
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** Especially Dr. Dementor, who was more obnoxious about this than [[AlphaBitch Bonnie Rockwaller]], even.

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** Especially Surprisingly enough, especially Dr. Dementor, who was pressed the issue more obnoxious about this than [[AlphaBitch than[[AlphaBitch Bonnie Rockwaller]], even.even. However, it's subtly implied (in his final main appearance, along with the reappearance of Kim's cousin, Larry) that he may be projecting, specifically his frustrations when his younger sister, Hildegarde, gets married and due to a promise, is forced to take his brother-in-law, Myron, in his scheme during the episode (where he voices a majority of said thoughts.)
3rd Mar '17 12:26:16 AM eroock
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-->-- '''Bianor''', ''Literature/Greek Anthology''

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-->-- '''Bianor''', ''Literature/Greek Anthology''
''Literature/GreekAnthology''
3rd Mar '17 12:26:07 AM eroock
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-->-- '''Bianor'''

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-->-- '''Bianor'''
'''Bianor''', ''Literature/Greek Anthology''
3rd Mar '17 12:23:42 AM eroock
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->''This man: this no-thing: vile: this brutish slave:\\
This man is beloved, and rules another's soul.''
-->--'''Bianor'''

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->''This ->''"This man: this no-thing: vile: this brutish slave:\\
This man is beloved, and rules another's soul.''
-->--'''Bianor'''
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-->-- '''Bianor'''
2nd Mar '17 3:49:01 AM ClatoLawa
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* In ''Fanfic/BringMeBackHome'', this is Marinette's reaction when she meets Felix, her parallel universe counterpart Bridgette's crush, and immediately picks up on his cold indifference to her. After getting into an argument with him later, Marinette notes that she's probably ruining Bridgette's chances with him, but wonders if that might be doing her a favour.
14th Feb '17 10:37:18 PM BattleMaster
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** Played with in a crossover between Spider-Man and ComicBook/{{Invincible}}: after the latter meets MJ, Spider-Man expects him to bring up the trope, but Invincible points out that Spider-Man is attractive, highly intelligent, and a pretty nice guy so it makes sense that someone like MJ would be attracted to him.
14th Feb '17 10:25:53 PM BattleMaster
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* "Is She Really Going Out With Him?" by Music/JoeJackson is all about this.

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* "Is She Really Going Out With Him?" by Music/JoeJackson is all about this.the passive-aggressive version of this trope.
1st Feb '17 1:42:47 AM annette12
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* Some characters (and fans) notably Peggy and Mihn wonder why Luanne hooked up with Lucky in ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill'' as he's a stupid, ugly, bucktoothed, middle aged, stereotypical hillbilly.
** While other characters wonder this about Nancy and Dale as they rarely show their love for each other and Nancy cheated on Dale with John Redcorn for years. In fact, this trope applies for many couples in the series.

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* ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill'':
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Some characters (and fans) notably Peggy and Mihn wonder why Luanne hooked up with Lucky in ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill'' as he's a stupid, ugly, bucktoothed, middle aged, stereotypical hillbilly.
** While other Other characters wonder this about Nancy and Dale as they rarely show their love for each other and Nancy cheated on Dale with John Redcorn for years. In fact, this trope applies for many couples in the series.
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