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24th Jul '16 2:40:49 PM nombretomado
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'''BillBailey:''' ''[buzzes in]'' Janet Street-Porter.\\

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'''BillBailey:''' '''Music/BillBailey:''' ''[buzzes in]'' Janet Street-Porter.\\



'''BillBailey:''' I took a fall, but it was worth it.

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'''BillBailey:''' '''Bill Bailey:''' I took a fall, but it was worth it.
11th Jul '16 9:14:27 AM tromag
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** Quark says something similar when he prepares to double-cross an arms dealer whose latest client, an alien dictator, plans to use his weapons to commit genocide on his own people, knowing that his scheme will likely cost him his life:

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** Quark says something similar has an uncharacteristically selfless version when he prepares to double-cross does business with an arms dealer whose latest client, an alien dictator, plans to use his weapons to commit genocide on his own people, knowing dealer, but double-crosses him when he learns that his scheme will their newest client is planning a genocide. He's warned that he'll likely cost him his life:be killed for what he's done, but decides it was worth it.
8th Jul '16 5:37:16 PM BobTanaka
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* One of the most heartwarming examples occurs in the penultimate ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'' episode "Act Your Age." After basically spending her whole life wishing for it, Isabella comments that [[spoiler: finally being kissed by Phineas]] was worth the wait.
30th Jun '16 1:32:20 AM BobTanaka
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* In ''[[Webcomic/{{Narbonic}}]],'' Dave has this attitude towards [[spoiler: dating Helen]].

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* In ''[[Webcomic/{{Narbonic}}]],'' ''Webcomic/{{Narbonic}},'' Dave has this attitude towards [[spoiler: dating Helen]].
30th Jun '16 1:30:58 AM BobTanaka
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* In ''[[Webcomic/{{Narbonic}}]],'' Dave has this attitude towards [[spoiler: dating Helen]].
-->'''Dave:''' (smiling) "I expect to be dead within the week and I don't care."
23rd May '16 11:04:17 AM Doug86
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* In ''DiffrentStrokes'', Arnold gets into a fight with the bullying son of the landlord's brother who is subbing for a short time. This leads to a loud confrontation where the brother confronts Mr. Drummond, threatens to evict the family and provokes Drummond to punch the blowhard out. This gives the landlord the excuse to exploit a lease violation that the brother found to raise the rent on the Drummonds, with a veiled threat of eviction to convince them to give in. The punchline is this: after the Drummonds cave in to this threat, the father tells the kids that this is the result of his act of violence. However, when asked if it was worth it, Mr. Drummond immediately remarks it was, for having the pleasure of shutting a bully up.

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* In ''DiffrentStrokes'', ''Series/DiffrentStrokes'', Arnold gets into a fight with the bullying son of the landlord's brother who is subbing for a short time. This leads to a loud confrontation where the brother confronts Mr. Drummond, threatens to evict the family and provokes Drummond to punch the blowhard out. This gives the landlord the excuse to exploit a lease violation that the brother found to raise the rent on the Drummonds, with a veiled threat of eviction to convince them to give in. The punchline is this: after the Drummonds cave in to this threat, the father tells the kids that this is the result of his act of violence. However, when asked if it was worth it, Mr. Drummond immediately remarks it was, for having the pleasure of shutting a bully up.
19th May '16 1:25:44 PM LightCleric
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* In WebAnimation/BonusStage, upon meeting Cassidy, Joel comments "No wonder you're so ''[[Film/ButchCassidyAndTheSundanceKid butch]]''. He's promptly flung into a wall and flattened but claims "the inevitable t-shirt sales will have made that worth it".

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* In WebAnimation/BonusStage, upon meeting Cassidy, Joel comments "No wonder you're so ''[[Film/ButchCassidyAndTheSundanceKid butch]]''.butch]]''". He's promptly flung into a wall and flattened but claims "the inevitable t-shirt sales will have made that worth it".
19th May '16 1:25:13 PM LightCleric
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* In WebAnimation/BonusStage, upon meeting Cassidy, Joel comments "No wonder you're so ''[[Film/ButchCassidyAndTheSundanceKid butch]]''. He's promptly flung into a wall and flattened but claims "the inevitable t-shirt sales will have made that worth it".
16th May '16 9:25:10 PM SquirrelGuy
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* In a ''Cathy'' comic, the titular character is at a boutique trying on a swimsuit. Disgusted with how unflattering it makes her look, Cathy quickly changes out of it, then slams it several times with her purse, and literally ''rips the swimsuit to shreds'' in a rage. She mutters "It was worth it" in the final panel, as she pays for a pile of torn fabric at a register.
4th May '16 4:24:23 AM Anicomicgeek
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** In the episode dealing with ''Film/XMenDaysOfFuturePast'', the general Mystique would impersonate in the movie proper uttered "It was worth it" as his last time before slipping into unconsciousness after saying he still thought Mystique was hot in her true mode, and she entered PervertRevengeMode and kicked his ass.

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** In the episode dealing with ''Film/XMenDaysOfFuturePast'', the general Mystique would impersonate in the movie proper uttered "It was worth it" as his last time line before slipping into unconsciousness after saying he still thought Mystique was hot in her true mode, and she entered PervertRevengeMode and kicked his ass.
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