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11th May '17 10:21:25 PM Medinoc
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* In ''Webcomic/CheshireCrossing'', the Wicked Witch of the West explains to Mary Poppins that her unfamiliarity with Oz caused her to make a crucial mistake... And punctuates with "Welcome to Oz, witch!" as she [[spoiler: throws a bucket of water at her]].

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* In ''Webcomic/CheshireCrossing'', the Wicked Witch of the West explains to Mary Poppins that her unfamiliarity with Oz caused her to make a crucial mistake... And punctuates [[http://www.cheshirecrossing.net/page.php?issue=2&pagenum=22 punctuates]] with "Welcome to Oz, witch!" as she [[spoiler: throws a bucket of water at her]].
8th May '17 11:46:03 PM Medinoc
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* In ''Webcomic/CheshireCrossing'', the Wicked Witch of the West explains to Mary Poppins that her unfamiliarity with Oz caused her to make a crucial mistake... And punctuates with "Welcome to Oz, witch!" as she [[spoiler: throws a bucket of water at her]].
3rd May '17 4:50:15 PM mariofan1000
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3rd May '17 4:48:22 PM mariofan1000
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' episode "Little Gift Shop of Horrors" a witch is seen reading a magazine that says "Witches be Trippin"
17th Apr '17 9:30:21 AM Steven
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* At the climax of ''A Realm Reborn'' in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIV'', the Scions are accused of [[spoiler: murdering the Sultana]]. When Minfilia, the Scion's leader, tries to defend herself against the accusations, Teledji Adeledji promptly tells her to shut her mouth while calling her a witch.


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* Heather in ''VideoGame/SilentHill3'' plays the trope both ways. She calls [[BigBad Claudia]] a witch at first, then straight up calls her a bitch in their final encounter.
31st Mar '17 6:29:57 PM luisedgarf
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* A very odd and meta version of this happens in ''Anime/{{Vandread}}'' in the second season: When the [[spoiler: Mejale pirates are captured by their peers on the last leg of the season, the female judge who were judging them calls them "witches" due of their relationship with the males from Tarak, in this case Hibiki, Duelo and]]. The meta part comes with the fact [[spoiler:in Japanese the word "witch" is translated as "majou", but [[TranslationConvention in-universe is stated the language of the women of Mejale]] is ''English''. Even more when the judge call the pirates as such, Jura gets ''seriously offended'' being called a witch. Even more meta if you take into account [[Creator/YuuAsakawa Jura's Japanese VA]] speaks and understand English]] in RealLife.

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* A very odd and meta version of this happens in ''Anime/{{Vandread}}'' in the second season: When the [[spoiler: Mejale pirates are captured by their peers on the last leg of the season, the female judge who were judging them calls them "witches" due of their relationship with the males from Tarak, in this case Hibiki, Duelo and]].Hibiki and the Tarakians]]. The meta part comes with the fact [[spoiler:in Japanese the word "witch" is translated as "majou", but [[TranslationConvention in-universe is stated the language of the women of Mejale]] is ''English''. Even more when the judge call the pirates as such, Jura gets ''seriously offended'' being called a witch. Even more meta if you take into account [[Creator/YuuAsakawa Jura's Japanese VA]] speaks and understand English]] in RealLife.
31st Mar '17 6:29:11 PM luisedgarf
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* A very odd and meta version of this happens in ''Anime/{{Vandread}}'' in the second season: When the [[spoiler: Mejale pirates are captured by their peers on the last leg of the season, the female judge who were judging them calls them "witches" due of their relationship with the males from Tarak, in this case Hibiki, Duelo and]]. The meta part comes with the fact [[spoiler:in Japanese the word "witch" is translated as "majou", but [[TranslationConvention in-universe is stated the language of the women of Mejale]] is ''English''. Even more when the judge call the pirates as such, Jura gets ''seriously offended'' being called a witch. Even more meta if you take into account [[Creator/YuuAsakawa Jura's Japanese VA]] speaks and understand English]] in RealLife.
2nd Mar '17 5:21:53 PM PikaHikariKT
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** Played literally in the spinoff ''Manga/KoroSenseiQ'', where her class is a Witch as a nod to her nickname.

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** Played literally in the spinoff ''Manga/KoroSenseiQ'', ''Anime/KoroSenseiQ'', where her class is a Witch as a nod to her nickname.
2nd Mar '17 5:21:20 PM PikaHikariKT
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** Played literally in the spinoff ''Manga/KoroSenseiQ'', where her class is a Witch as a nod to her nickname.
28th Feb '17 6:54:50 PM AnotherGuy
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* Brought up when Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000 screened Film/TouchOfSatan. One of the young protagonists makes small talk at a store by mentioning her reputation in town thusly.

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* Brought up when Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000 ''Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000'' screened Film/TouchOfSatan. One of the young protagonists makes small talk at a store by mentioning her reputation in town thusly.



** In the "Bloodlust" episode, Gypsy subverts the trope, exclaiming, "No wonder he's so messed up, I'm tempted to call her something that rhymes with bitch!" Servo and Crow are especially pleased at her gaffe.



* In ''{{Series/Scrubs}}'' when Carla is forced to tell a patient he can't go to a family gathering, he immediately calls her a "mean old witch". He's surrounded by children at the time so who knows what he ''really'' meant?

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* In ''{{Series/Scrubs}}'' when Carla Carlma is forced to tell a patient he can't go to a family gathering, he immediately calls her a "mean old witch". He's surrounded by children at the time so who knows what he ''really'' meant?
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