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3rd Jan '18 1:55:27 PM gjjones
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** In the Dressrosa arc, a minor flashback (a few days ago, rather than the usual year gap) showed a heated argument between sixteen-year old Rebecca and her parental figure, the LivingToy Thunder Soldier. The former wanted to participate in a tournament so she could [[spoiler: win the Flame-Flame Fruit and kill Doflamingo]], the latter heavily protested against it, not wanting the young girl to die. His refusal, combined with her anger following [[spoiler: Doflamingo's fake resignation from the Seven Warlords of the Sea]], led to her saying that not only is he not her father, but he's also just a one-legged toy soldier. Hurt and unwilling to argue any longer, the Soldier just prayed she doesn't enter and left, as Rebecca, [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone feeling extremely guilty and ashamed for what she said]], tried in vain to get him to stay. Fortunately, they patched things up afterwards, though offscreen. It's even more hurtful for the Thunder Soldier because [[spoiler:he ''is'' Rebecca's father. He is in fact the legendary warrior Kyros who was transformed into a toy. Nobody else, not even Rebecca, remembers him because people who are transformed into toys become [[UnPerson unpersoned]]. Then, at the end of the arc she inverts it, tearfully begging him to stop pretending that he's not her father after he spread a rumor that she's the daughter of some foreign prince to spare her the shame of having a murderer for a father.]]
** [[spoiler: Sanji refuses to acknowledge Judge as his father after meeting him again for the first time in years and repeatedly reaffirms this as the two are fighting. He also denies any relation to the Vinsmoke family as a whole.]]

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** In the Dressrosa arc, a minor flashback (a few days ago, rather than the usual year gap) showed a heated argument between sixteen-year old Rebecca and her parental figure, the LivingToy Thunder Soldier. The former wanted to participate in a tournament so she could [[spoiler: win the Flame-Flame Fruit and kill Doflamingo]], the latter heavily protested against it, not wanting the young girl to die. His refusal, dissuasion, combined with her anger following [[spoiler: Doflamingo's fake resignation from the Seven Warlords of the Sea]], led to her saying that not only is he not her father, but he's also just nothing more than a one-legged toy soldier. Hurt Stricken and unwilling to argue any longer, the Soldier just prayed she doesn't enter and left, as Rebecca, [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone feeling extremely guilty and ashamed for what she said]], tried in vain to get him to stay. Fortunately, they patched things up afterwards, though offscreen.reconciled off-screen. It's even more hurtful for the Thunder Soldier because [[spoiler:he ''is'' Rebecca's father. He is in fact the legendary warrior Kyros who was transformed into a toy. Nobody else, not even Rebecca, remembers him because people who are transformed into toys become [[UnPerson unpersoned]]. Then, at the end of the arc she inverts {{invert|ed trope}}s it, tearfully begging him to stop pretending that he's not her father after he spread a rumor that she's the daughter of some foreign prince to spare her the shame of having a murderer for a father.]]
** [[spoiler: Sanji understandably refuses to acknowledge Judge as his father after meeting him again for the first time in years and repeatedly reaffirms this as the two are fighting. He also denies any relation to the Vinsmoke family as a whole.]]
3rd Jan '18 7:20:44 AM gjjones
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** In the Dressrosa arc, a minor flashback (a few days ago, rather than the usual year gap) showed a heated argument between sixteen-year old Rebecca and her parental figure, the LivingToy Thunder Soldier. The former wanted to participate in a tournament so she could [[spoiler: win the Flame Flame Fruit and kill Doflamingo]], the latter heavily protested against it, not wanting the young girl to die. His refusal, combined with her anger following [[spoiler: Doflamingo's fake resignation from the Seven Warlords of the Sea]], led to her saying that not only is he not her father, but he's also just a one-legged toy soldier. Hurt and unwilling to argue any longer, the Soldier just prayed she doesn't enter and left, as Rebecca, feeling extremely guilty and ashamed for what she said, tried in vain to get him to stay. Fortunately, they patched things up afterwards, though offscreen. It's even more hurtful for the Thunder Soldier because [[spoiler:he ''is'' Rebecca's father. He is in fact the legendary warrior Kyros who was transformed into a toy. Nobody else, not even Rebecca, remembers him because people who are transformed into toys become [[UnPerson unpersoned]]. Then, at the end of the arc she inverts it, tearfully begging him to stop pretending that he's not her father after he spread a rumor that she's the daughter of some foreign prince to spare her the shame of having a murderer for a father.]]

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** In the Dressrosa arc, a minor flashback (a few days ago, rather than the usual year gap) showed a heated argument between sixteen-year old Rebecca and her parental figure, the LivingToy Thunder Soldier. The former wanted to participate in a tournament so she could [[spoiler: win the Flame Flame Flame-Flame Fruit and kill Doflamingo]], the latter heavily protested against it, not wanting the young girl to die. His refusal, combined with her anger following [[spoiler: Doflamingo's fake resignation from the Seven Warlords of the Sea]], led to her saying that not only is he not her father, but he's also just a one-legged toy soldier. Hurt and unwilling to argue any longer, the Soldier just prayed she doesn't enter and left, as Rebecca, [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone feeling extremely guilty and ashamed for what she said, said]], tried in vain to get him to stay. Fortunately, they patched things up afterwards, though offscreen. It's even more hurtful for the Thunder Soldier because [[spoiler:he ''is'' Rebecca's father. He is in fact the legendary warrior Kyros who was transformed into a toy. Nobody else, not even Rebecca, remembers him because people who are transformed into toys become [[UnPerson unpersoned]]. Then, at the end of the arc she inverts it, tearfully begging him to stop pretending that he's not her father after he spread a rumor that she's the daughter of some foreign prince to spare her the shame of having a murderer for a father.]]



* ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'': Uryuu is so angry with his father's [[RefusalOfTheCall rejection]] of the family Quincy lineage that he verbally refuses to call him "Father", using Ryuuken's first name instead. Flashbacks reveal a past argument over it that culminated in Uryuu demanding to know why and being horrified when Ryuuken [[JerkassFacade claims]] there's no money in the lifestyle. It's implied to be the moment when Uryuu lost all respect for his father, as it seems to be the last time Uryuu ever called him "Father" out loud. [[HeroicNeutral Ryuuken]] was actually lying to [[MysteriousPast hide the truth]] but Uryuu hasn't yet realised.
* In ''Manga/FairyTail'', Erza finds out her birth mother is a despicable woman who gave birth to her just so she could take over her body and escape her own horribly cursed body, dumped her in a random village when she failed, and is now actively trying to kill her out of spite. Because of this, Erza has no trouble telling her that her guild is her true family. [[spoiler:When her mother can't bring herself to kill Erza and takes her own life, however, Erza pays her respects by calling her "Mother" for the first and only time]].

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* ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'': Uryuu is so angry with his father's father Ryuuken's [[RefusalOfTheCall rejection]] of the family Quincy lineage that he verbally refuses to call him "Father", using Ryuuken's first name instead. Flashbacks reveal a past argument over it that culminated in Uryuu demanding to know why and being horrified when Ryuuken [[JerkassFacade claims]] there's no money in the lifestyle. It's implied to be the moment when Uryuu lost all respect for his father, as it seems to be the last time Uryuu ever called him "Father" out loud. [[HeroicNeutral Ryuuken]] was actually lying to [[MysteriousPast hide the truth]] but Uryuu hasn't yet realised.
* In ''Manga/FairyTail'', Erza Scarlet finds out her birth mother is a despicable woman who gave birth to her just so she could take over her body and escape her own horribly cursed body, dumped her in a random village when she failed, and is now actively trying to kill her out of spite. Because of this, Erza understandably has no trouble telling her that her guild is her true family. [[spoiler:When her mother can't bring herself to kill Erza and takes her own life, however, Erza pays her respects by calling her "Mother" for the first and only time]].
28th Dec '17 8:26:36 AM CurledUpWithDakka
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* In ''Series/FamilyMatters'', Carl is hesitant to bless Fletcher's proposal to Estelle, as he's concerned that Fletcher won't care for Estelle the way his father did. Fletcher and Carl talk it over, and it helps Carl feel better.
to bless Fletcher's proposal to Estelle

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* In ''Series/FamilyMatters'', Carl is hesitant to bless Fletcher's proposal to Estelle, as he's concerned that Fletcher won't care for Estelle the way his father did. Fletcher and Carl talk it over, and it helps Carl feel better.
better to bless Fletcher's proposal to Estelle
23rd Dec '17 3:51:25 PM SilverFang
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* ComicBook/X23 has this reaction to Comicbook/OldManLogan, adamantly refusing to accept that he's in any way like the man she knew and came to accept as her father.

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* ComicBook/X23 ''{{ComicBook/X23}}'' has this reaction to Comicbook/OldManLogan, adamantly refusing to accept that he's in any way like the man she knew and came to accept as her father.
23rd Dec '17 2:03:06 PM CnHGirl
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* In ''Film/{{Coraline}}'', Coraline says this to the Other Mother when she doesn't let Coraline go back to the real world after her third visit to the Other world. The Other Mother demands she apologize, but Coraline doubles down on her statement, which pisses off the Other Mother.
11th Dec '17 11:41:34 AM lillolillo
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* ''Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}'':
** In Supergirl vol. #5 issue #22, Kara thinks [[Franchise/{{Superman}} her cousin]] is about to lecture her after her latest mess-up, and she interrupts him to remind him he isn't her father or her brother, she's trying to learn to be better, and she doesn't need his validation (Superman answers that he actually agrees with her).
--->'''Supergirl:''' No, listen to me. I have to say: I know you love me, and that's why you feel a need to act like my big brother or my dad -- But you're neither one! Maybe I need to learn things the hard way. But I am learning! I want to be a family with you and Uncle Jon and Aunt Martha, but I don't need your... validation!
** In ''Comicbook/RedDaughterOfKrypton'' Kara says this line after her team's leader tells she shouldn't drink booze because she's just a kid.

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* ''Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}'':
''ComicBook/{{Supergirl}}'':
** In ''[[ComicBook/Supergirl2005 Supergirl vol. #5 #5]]'' issue #22, Kara thinks [[Franchise/{{Superman}} her cousin]] is about to lecture her after her latest mess-up, and she interrupts him to remind him he isn't her father or her brother, she's trying to learn to be better, and she doesn't need his validation (Superman answers that he actually agrees with her).
--->'''Supergirl:''' -->'''Supergirl:''' No, listen to me. I have to say: I know you love me, and that's why you feel a need to act like my big brother or my dad -- But you're neither one! I'm capable of recognizing my own mistakes, Kal! I don't need my nose rubbed in them! Maybe I'm not perfect like you --\\
'''Superman:''' Hey, I'm not --\\
'''Supergirl:'''
Maybe I need to learn things the hard way. But I am learning! I want to be a family with you and Uncle Jon and Aunt Martha, but I don't need your... validation!
** In ''Comicbook/RedDaughterOfKrypton'' ''ComicBook/RedDaughterOfKrypton'' Kara says this line after her team's leader tells she shouldn't drink booze because she's just a kid.



* Comicbook/{{X 23}} has this reaction to Comicbook/OldManLogan, adamantly refusing to accept that he's in any way like the man she knew and came to accept as her father.

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* Comicbook/{{X 23}} ComicBook/X23 has this reaction to Comicbook/OldManLogan, adamantly refusing to accept that he's in any way like the man she knew and came to accept as her father.
5th Dec '17 8:17:19 AM darksecret
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* ''Series/TheGoodDoctor'': Shaun says this verbatim to Dr. Glassman during an argument in the Season One winter finale, when he gets fed up with Dr. Glassman making decisions for him.
24th Nov '17 6:18:13 PM Masterweaver
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* ''Fanfic/TheRWBYLoops'' has Weiss, after some consideration, decide to exclusively refer to Jacques Schnee [[CallingParentsByTheirName by his first name]] as she feels no familial connection with him. Yang, from the same fic, downplays this trope with Raven--she does not consider her to be her ''mother'' but, after the woman starts looping, she's willing to reconnect and call her ''family.''
5th Nov '17 5:26:04 PM creader
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* Damian Wayne in ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBadBlood'' says it about Dick Grayson and to Alfred Pennyworth.
-->'''Alfred:''' Master Dick was quite explicit. At least 24 hours of observation.
-->'''Damian:''' He's not my father! And neither are you.
-->'''Alfred:''' And for that, young man, you should be ''profoundly grateful''.
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* Damian Wayne in ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBadBlood'' says it about Dick Grayson and to Alfred Pennyworth.
--> '''Alfred:''' Master Dick was quite explicit. At least 24 hours of observation.
--> '''Damian:''' He's not my father! And neither are you.
--> '''Alfred:''' And for that, young man, you should be ''profoundly grateful''.
19th Oct '17 11:44:17 AM eroock
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* Inverted in ''Literature/TheThornBirds'', as Paddy and Frank argue, Paddy tells Frank, "You're no better than the bastard who fathered you!", thus revealing what Frank has always suspected, that Paddy is not his father.
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