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30th Jun '16 1:07:38 PM Shadowgazer
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* The same Weasels appear as Pete's henchmen in the 1990 Mickey Mouse adaptation of ''Disney/ThePrinceAndThePauper''.
* Two weasels, again from "[[TheWindInTheWillows Wind in the Willows]]" are shown digging Ebenezer Scrooge's grave in the 1983 special ''Disney/MickeysChristmasCarol''. One of them speaks in a Cockney dialect (befitting the story's London setting), while the other has what sounds like a PeterLorre impression.



* Weasels appear as Pete's henchmen in the 1990 Mickey Mouse adaptation of ''Disney/ThePrinceAndThePauper''.
* Two weasels are shown digging Ebenezer Scrooge's grave in the 1983 special ''Disney/MickeysChristmasCarol''. One of them speaks in a Cockney dialect (befitting the story's London setting), while the other has what sounds like a PeterLorre impression.
* Duke Weaselton in ''{{Disney/Zootopia}}'' is a criminal weasel.

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* Weasels appear as Pete's henchmen in the 1990 Mickey Mouse adaptation of ''Disney/ThePrinceAndThePauper''.
* Two weasels are shown digging Ebenezer Scrooge's grave in the 1983 special ''Disney/MickeysChristmasCarol''. One of them speaks in a Cockney dialect (befitting the story's London setting), while the other has what sounds like a PeterLorre impression.
* Duke Weaselton in ''{{Disney/Zootopia}}'' is a criminal weasel. There is also the DirtyCoward ferret Travis from Judy's childhood who helped the bully Gideon Grey as long as he could hide behind him.
14th Jun '16 4:18:15 AM Morgenthaler
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* Skulk and Sammy from ''TheLittleFlyingBears'' are relatively mild examples. While they are antagonists and cause trouble, Sammy is a MinionWithAnFInEvil and Skulk has his share of PetTheDog moments.
* Snout and Ollie from ''ToadPatrol'', who torment toadlets for fun. Neither of them are very smart, but Snout is the brighter of the two.

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* Skulk and Sammy from ''TheLittleFlyingBears'' ''WesternAnimation/TheLittleFlyingBears'' are relatively mild examples. While they are antagonists and cause trouble, Sammy is a MinionWithAnFInEvil and Skulk has his share of PetTheDog moments.
* Snout and Ollie from ''ToadPatrol'', ''WesternAnimation/ToadPatrol'', who torment toadlets for fun. Neither of them are very smart, but Snout is the brighter of the two.
4th May '16 5:47:02 PM aye_amber
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* [[FrankZappa Weasels Ripped My Flesh]]. (Okay, not so much "evil" as really, really, ''really'' weird and creepy.)

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* [[FrankZappa [[Music/FrankZappa Weasels Ripped My Flesh]]. (Okay, not so much "evil" as really, really, ''really'' weird and creepy.)
28th Apr '16 10:35:00 AM Euodiachloris
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* This is heavily invoked in ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire''. Although normal people (for a given definition of "normal"), individuals belonging to [[TangledFamilyTree House]] [[{{Jerkass}} Frey]] regularly do get compared with weasels. And, this is not only because of their chinless, [[LeanAndMean regularly gaunt looks]], but thanks to their [[ChronicBackstabbingDisorder many]] [[IncestIsRelative unsavoury]] [[ObstructiveBureaucrat habits]], as well. Even the chunkier ones don't escape either the narrative or other characters describing them as weasels. The weaseliest weasel who ever [[WeaselWords weaseled]], however, remains [[{{Troll}} Lord Walder]]. Although his kin [[JerkJock Black Walter]], [[BastardBastard Bastard Walder]] and [[BitchInSheepsClothing Lame Lothar]] aren't all that far behind him -- he just has [[EvilOldFolks more decades of being despicable]] under his belt. Some (lucky) few in the family do escape the whole weasel motif, but you can count them on one hand. Which isn't a [[TangledFamilyTree large proportion of the family]].

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* This is heavily invoked in ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire''. Although normal people (for a given definition of "normal"), individuals belonging to [[TangledFamilyTree House]] [[{{Jerkass}} Frey]] regularly do get compared with weasels. And, this is not only because of their chinless, [[LeanAndMean regularly gaunt looks]], but thanks to their [[ChronicBackstabbingDisorder many]] [[IncestIsRelative unsavoury]] [[ObstructiveBureaucrat habits]], as well. Even the chunkier ones don't escape either the narrative or other characters describing them as weasels. The weaseliest weasel who ever [[WeaselWords weaseled]], however, remains [[{{Troll}} Lord Walder]]. Although his kin [[JerkJock Black Walter]], Walder]], [[BastardBastard Bastard Walder]] and [[BitchInSheepsClothing Lame Lothar]] aren't all that far behind him -- he just has [[EvilOldFolks more decades of being despicable]] under his belt. Some (lucky) few in the family do escape the whole weasel motif, but you can count them on one hand. Which isn't a [[TangledFamilyTree large proportion of the family]].
18th Mar '16 12:30:50 PM DrNoPuma
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May lead to cases of IAmNotWeasel. See also AnimalStereotypes in general.

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May lead to cases of IAmNotWeasel. See also AnimalStereotypes in general. Not to be confused with WilyWalrus.
12th Mar '16 7:59:36 AM Euodiachloris
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* This is heavily invoked in ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire''. Although normal people (for a given definition of "normal"), individuals belonging to [[TangledFamilyTree House]] [[{{Jerkass}} Frey]] regularly do get compared with weasels. And, this is not only because of their chinless, [[LeanAndMean regularly gaunt looks]], but thanks to their [[ChronicBackstabbingDisorder many]] [[IncestIsRelative unsavoury]] [[ObstructiveBureaucrat habits]], as well. Even the chunkier ones don't escape either the narrative or other characters describing them as weasels. The weaseliest weasel who ever [[WeaselWords weaseled]], however, remains [[{{Troll}} Lord Walder]]. Although his kin [[JerkJock Black Walter]], [[BastardBastard Bastard Walder]] and [[BitchInSheepsClothing Lame Lothar]] aren't all that far behind him -- he just has [[EvilOldFolks more decades of being despicable]] under his belt. Some (lucky) few in the family do escape the whole weasel motif, but you can count them on one hand. Which isn't a large proportion of the family.

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* This is heavily invoked in ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire''. Although normal people (for a given definition of "normal"), individuals belonging to [[TangledFamilyTree House]] [[{{Jerkass}} Frey]] regularly do get compared with weasels. And, this is not only because of their chinless, [[LeanAndMean regularly gaunt looks]], but thanks to their [[ChronicBackstabbingDisorder many]] [[IncestIsRelative unsavoury]] [[ObstructiveBureaucrat habits]], as well. Even the chunkier ones don't escape either the narrative or other characters describing them as weasels. The weaseliest weasel who ever [[WeaselWords weaseled]], however, remains [[{{Troll}} Lord Walder]]. Although his kin [[JerkJock Black Walter]], [[BastardBastard Bastard Walder]] and [[BitchInSheepsClothing Lame Lothar]] aren't all that far behind him -- he just has [[EvilOldFolks more decades of being despicable]] under his belt. Some (lucky) few in the family do escape the whole weasel motif, but you can count them on one hand. Which isn't a [[TangledFamilyTree large proportion of the family.family]].
5th Feb '16 2:03:56 AM tymime
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* Two weasels are shown digging Ebenezer Scrooge's grave in the 1983 special ''Disney/MickeysChristmasCarol''. One of them speaks in a Cockney dialect (befitting the story's London setting), while the other has what sounds like a Spanish accent (perhaps because Spanish accents often sound evil).

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* Two weasels are shown digging Ebenezer Scrooge's grave in the 1983 special ''Disney/MickeysChristmasCarol''. One of them speaks in a Cockney dialect (befitting the story's London setting), while the other has what sounds like a Spanish accent (perhaps because Spanish accents often sound evil).PeterLorre impression.
2nd Feb '16 5:25:41 AM Euodiachloris
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* This is heavily invoked in ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire''. Although normal people (for a given definition of "normal"), individuals belonging to [[TangledFamilyTree House]] [[{{Jerkass}} Frey]] regularly do get compared with weasels. And, this is not only because of their chinless, [[LeanAndMean regularly gaunt looks]], but thanks to their [[ChronicBackstabbingDisorder many]] [[IncestIsRelative unsavoury]] [[ObstructiveBureaucrat habits]], as well. Even the chunkier ones don't escape either the narrative or other characters describing them as weasels. The weasliest weasel who ever [[WeaselWords weaseled]], however, remains [[{{Troll}} Lord Walder]]. Although his kin Black Walter, Bastard Walder and Lame Lothar aren't all that far behind him -- he just has more decades of being despicable under his belt. Some few in the family do escape the comparison, but you can count them on one hand. Which isn't a large proportion of the family.

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* This is heavily invoked in ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire''. Although normal people (for a given definition of "normal"), individuals belonging to [[TangledFamilyTree House]] [[{{Jerkass}} Frey]] regularly do get compared with weasels. And, this is not only because of their chinless, [[LeanAndMean regularly gaunt looks]], but thanks to their [[ChronicBackstabbingDisorder many]] [[IncestIsRelative unsavoury]] [[ObstructiveBureaucrat habits]], as well. Even the chunkier ones don't escape either the narrative or other characters describing them as weasels. The weasliest weaseliest weasel who ever [[WeaselWords weaseled]], however, remains [[{{Troll}} Lord Walder]]. Although his kin [[JerkJock Black Walter, Walter]], [[BastardBastard Bastard Walder Walder]] and [[BitchInSheepsClothing Lame Lothar Lothar]] aren't all that far behind him -- he just has [[EvilOldFolks more decades of being despicable despicable]] under his belt. Some (lucky) few in the family do escape the comparison, whole weasel motif, but you can count them on one hand. Which isn't a large proportion of the family.
2nd Feb '16 5:11:05 AM Euodiachloris
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* This is heavily invoked in ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire. Although made of people, individuals belonging to [[TwistedFamilyTree House]] [[{{Jerkass}} Frey]] regularly get compared with weasels not only because of their chinless, [[LeanAndMean regularly gaunt looks]], but thanks to their [[ChronicBackstabbingDisorder many]] [[IncestIsRelative unsavoury]] [[ObstructiveBureaucrat habits]], as well. Even the chunkier ones don't escape either the narrative or other characters describing them as weasels. The weasliest weasel, however, remains [[{{Troll}} Lord Walder]], although Black Walter, Bastard Walder and Lame Lothar aren't too far behind him. Some few do escape the comparison, but you can count them on one hand. Which isn't a large proportion of the family.

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* This is heavily invoked in ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire. ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire''. Although made normal people (for a given definition of people, "normal"), individuals belonging to [[TwistedFamilyTree [[TangledFamilyTree House]] [[{{Jerkass}} Frey]] regularly do get compared with weasels weasels. And, this is not only because of their chinless, [[LeanAndMean regularly gaunt looks]], but thanks to their [[ChronicBackstabbingDisorder many]] [[IncestIsRelative unsavoury]] [[ObstructiveBureaucrat habits]], as well. Even the chunkier ones don't escape either the narrative or other characters describing them as weasels. The weasliest weasel, weasel who ever [[WeaselWords weaseled]], however, remains [[{{Troll}} Lord Walder]], although Walder]]. Although his kin Black Walter, Bastard Walder and Lame Lothar aren't too all that far behind him. him -- he just has more decades of being despicable under his belt. Some few in the family do escape the comparison, but you can count them on one hand. Which isn't a large proportion of the family.
8th Jan '16 7:02:17 PM nombretomado
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* Averted in ''SpiritedAway,'' where none of the weasel spirits are evil--Lin, in particular, becomes a surrogate older sister to Chihiro.

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* Averted in ''SpiritedAway,'' ''Anime/SpiritedAway,'' where none of the weasel spirits are evil--Lin, in particular, becomes a surrogate older sister to Chihiro.
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