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16th Jan '17 7:20:02 PM Geoduck
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* In the alternate-history classic ''Literature/BringTheJubilee'' the protagonist speculates after the fact that this was the real reason (or [[DeathSeeker one of them]]) that his unstable MadScientist ex-lover let him use the time machine she invented: [[spoiler: she fully expected him to screw things up back in the past, wiping out their present and leaving him stranded in a new timeline.]]
16th Jan '17 5:11:11 PM Monsund
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* This is the reason for all the chaos and near-end-of-the-world in ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil6''. BigBad Carla Radames felt betrayed by [[spoiler:Simmons]] because [[spoiler:he altered her appearance and brainwashed her so she would look and act like Ada Wong]]. When she regained control, she wasn't happy. One of the main reasons for her plan is to humiliate and crush [[spoiler:Simmons]] and irreversibly destroy the world balance he cares so much about.

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* This is the reason for all the chaos and near-end-of-the-world in ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil6''. BigBad Carla Radames felt betrayed by her lover [[spoiler:Simmons]] because [[spoiler:he altered took advantage of her feelings so he could alted her appearance and brainwashed brainwash her so she would look and act like Ada Wong]]. When she regained control, she wasn't happy. One of the main reasons for her plan is to humiliate and crush [[spoiler:Simmons]] and irreversibly destroy the world balance he cares so much about.
15th Dec '16 1:05:09 PM aidreamer
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* In ''Webcomic/SluggyFreelance'', Riff attempts to cheat on his current girlfriend, Gwynn, with Zoe. The result is Gwynn delving into BlackMagic and ThingsManWasNotMeantToKnow. She eventually makes a DealWithTheDevil with the god of destruction, allowing him to destroy the world in return for killing Riff first.
1st Dec '16 6:26:41 AM Morgenthaler
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* The Scotsman's wife in ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack''. She's even bigger and more violent than he is, and she's pretty much the only thing in the whole world he's genuinely afraid of. True enough, in her introduction, an evil celtic deity who has kidnapped her makes the mistake of calling her fat, which results in her [[DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu slugging said deity in the gut]] and [[CurbStompBattle easily and brutally destroying]] [[OneManArmy the huge army]] of {{Mooks}} that were just beforehand giving both [[{{Badass}} the Scotsman and the titular protagonist]] trouble.

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* The Scotsman's wife in ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack''. She's even bigger and more violent than he is, and she's pretty much the only thing in the whole world he's genuinely afraid of. True enough, in her introduction, an evil celtic deity who has kidnapped her makes the mistake of calling her fat, which results in her [[DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu slugging said deity in the gut]] and [[CurbStompBattle easily and brutally destroying]] [[OneManArmy the huge army]] of {{Mooks}} that were just beforehand giving both [[{{Badass}} the Scotsman and the titular protagonist]] protagonist trouble.
26th Nov '16 7:29:18 AM Chabal2
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** In [[Literature/HarryPotterAndTheHalfBloodPrince the previous book]], Hermione finally reacted to Ron's shenanigans, and suffice to say, it involved a [[ItMakesSenseInContext flock of angry birds.]]

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** In [[Literature/HarryPotterAndTheHalfBloodPrince the previous book]], Hermione finally reacted to Ron's shenanigans, and suffice to say, it involved a [[ItMakesSenseInContext flock of angry birds.]]birds,]] later followed by vicious psychological warfare[[note:]]she goes out with Cormac, a better Quidditch player than Ron, coincidentally reminding him that she once went with an international Quidditch player[[/note]]
16th Nov '16 7:27:11 AM ashlay
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* ''VideoGame/{{Persona 5}}'': [[spoiler:Cheating on your LoveInterest will result in a NoHoldsBarredBeatdown on Halloween where every girl you two-timed smashes you into the ground, all at once.]]
21st Oct '16 12:15:27 AM MsChibi
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** Earlier, Misa had threatened to kill any girl that she saw Light with.
17th Oct '16 3:52:37 PM Xtifr
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* In ''Literature/HouseOfShards'', Vanessa Runciter is a somewhat [[DownplayedTrope downplayed]] version. She's Drake Maijstral's ex, now working as an assistant for his chief rival, Geoff Fu George. Her animosity falls short of outright hatred, but she's very enthusiastic at trying to persuade Fu George to take actions which might humiliate Drake, even when they're not necessarily in Fu George's best interests. She's also quite ready to think the worst of Drake, and even [[spoiler: ends up shooting him at one point, when she misunderstands a partly overhead conversation, and thinks Drake has killed Fu George.]]
1st Oct '16 4:03:05 AM Gowan
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* In ''Literature/TheGoblinEmperor'' this trope appears without its unfortunate implications; the woman Maia decided ''not'' to marry is angry not because she was in love with him (she doesn't even know him) but because she feels insulted that she wasn't choosen as the emperor's wife. Her family is implied to share the sentiment. The trope is averted with the former emperor's ex-wife, who was divorced for barrenness. Her family is ''not'' happy, but she is very reasonable about it and doesn't hold a grudge against Maia, even going as far as to [[spoiler: warn him that he should now acknowledge her as the emperor's widow, as this would invalidate his own mother's marriage to the late emperor. He doesn't care.]] With arranged marriages being the norm in the setting, this trope is more about a ''family'' scorned.
14th Sep '16 6:28:47 PM gewunomox
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** [[TheCasanova Barney]] slapped by women he's been hitting on with no explanation until he learned from Lily that there's a blonde woman who had been telling his targets not to trust Barney. This prompt Barney and the rest of the gang for an absurd and nonsensical guessing game on "who's that woman that Barney scorned" and at Lily's urging, Barney has to apologize to her. Though they got the identity wrong at the end of the episode, a few episodes revealed that it's Abby (played by Creator/BritneySpears) who had been warning women about Barney.

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** [[TheCasanova Barney]] slapped by women he's been hitting on with no explanation until he learned from Lily that there's a blonde woman who had been telling his targets not to trust Barney. This prompt Barney and the rest of the gang for an absurd and nonsensical guessing game on "who's that woman that Barney scorned" and at Lily's urging, Barney has to apologize to her. Though they got the identity wrong at the end of the episode, a few episodes revealed that it's Abby (played by Creator/BritneySpears) Music/BritneySpears) who had been warning women about Barney.
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