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->''"Men often hate each other because they fear each other; they fear each other because they don't know each other; they don't know each other because they cannot communicate; they cannot communicate because they are separated."''
-->-- '''[[UsefulNotes/CivilRightsMovement Martin Luther King, Jr.]]'''
As the old saying goes, "''Can't we all just get along?''"
Because HumansAreBastards, this means that they all hate each others' guts, and that's one of the things to make a sure-fire CrapsackWorld. Here are common tropes about characters who don't get along at all.
A super-index to CivilUnrestTropes. Compare HatredTropes and RivalryTropes. Contrast FriendshipTropes and PeaceTropes. See FrenemyTropes if it combines enmity with friendship.
!!These tropes do not like each other at all:
* AbileneParadox: Even when the group agrees on something, it causes trouble--because they somehow picked the choice that no one actually wanted.
* AchillesInHisTent: A member of the team quits the group after a disagreement with them. They come back in the end.
* ArgumentOfContradictions: "It's not!" "It's too!"
* AppleOfDiscord: When an important object causes everyone to fight each other over it.
* ArchEnemy: The hero shares enmity with the BigBad.
* ArtifactOfAttraction: A valuable artifact causes a fight between characters.
* AthensAndSparta: Two rival or warring factions are neighboring cities, countries, or ideals.
* BelligerentSexualTension: Two characters hate each other despite secretly liking each other.
* BickeringCouplePeacefulCouple: One couple argues with each other in contrast to the other couple who gets along perfectly.
* BigotVsBigot: Two bigots hate each other's guts.
* BigScrewedUpFamily: The family not only hates each other, but are also trying to kill each other.
* BrokenBase: The fanbase can never agree on anything.
* CainAndAbel: Two siblings hate each other.
* ChainedHeat: When opposed characters are chained together.
* ClashingCousins: Two cousins hate each other.
* CockFight: Two guys fight over a girl.
* ConflictBall: They fight and argue with each other because the plot requires it.
* ContemptCrossfire: Moderates are hated by the opposition and the extremists of their own side.
* CooperationGambit: Two enemies make a deal with each other without ending their conflict.
* CycleOfRevenge: Everyone is trying to kill each other out of revenge.
* DestructiveRomance: Two romantic partners have a destructive relationship.
* DislikesTheNewGuy: One character doesn't like the newcomer for some reason.
* DivideAndConquer: When a villain gets his enemies fighting each other instead of him.
* DividedWeFall: Dissension between the heroes gets in the way stopping the villain.
* DivineConflict: Gods who fight each other.
* DysfunctionalFamily: A family who can't get along.
* EnemyCivilWar: Two evil factions are fighting each other.
* EnemyMine: Two enemies team up against someone they hate more.
* FamilyDrama: Conflict between family members.
* FandomRivalry: Two different fanbases don't get along with each other.
* FantasticRacism: Prejudice between fictional races or species.
* FeudEpisode: An episode about two characters, usually friends, fighting each other.
* FeudingFamilies: Families hate each other.
* FightingTheLancer: TheHero gets into a fight with TheLancer.
* FireForgedFriends: Two enemies become friends due to circumstances.
* FlameWar: People argue on the internet.
* FriendsAreChosenFamilyArent: A character is close to her friends. Their family, on the other hand...
* FriendshipFavoritism: The hero's friends fight over who is his best friend.
* FriendVersusLover: Conflict between the character's best friend and their LoveInterest.
* TheGloriousWarOfSisterlyRivalry: Sisters who fight.
* HateAtFirstSight: Two characters hate each other in their first meeting.
* HatePlague: Everyone hates each other because of an unknown force.
* HeadbuttingHeroes: Two heroes who hate each other.
* HiddenDisdainReveal: A character declares they always hated another character, usually during a falling out.
* HostilityOnTheSet: Two or more actors clash with each other, or with the director.
* AHouseDivided: When characters turn against each other when they should be working together.
* HypocriticalHeartwarming: Standing up for someone because you want to be the only one to antagonize them.
* IDontLikeYouAndYouDontLikeMe: ...but we have to work together to a common goal whether we like it or not.
* InterserviceRivalry: Two government agencies have bad blood.
* ItsPersonal: When a character antagonizes another due to a motive.
* ItsPersonalWithTheDragon: TheHero has a vendetta against the villain's second-in-command.
* KeepingTheEnemyClose: One character keeps an eye on an enemy instead of keeping a distance from them.
* LetsYouAndHimFight: Two heroes fight each other due to misunderstanding.
* LightningGlare: You know they hate each other when streams of lighting comes back and forth when they glare at each other.
* LikeAnOldMarriedCouple: A character points out how two friends argue a lot.
* TheMasochismTango: Two characters who are supposed to be lovers want to murder each other.
* MediationBackfire: Two quarreling characters put aside their differences by targeting the peacemaker.
* NiceJobBreakingItRivals: Two characters fight over an object until the object gets broken, damaged, or destroyed.
* NoAccountingForTaste: Two lovers don't get along. Why are they still together?
* NoSympathyBetweenMooks: The villain's henchmen don't like each other.
* OedipusComplex: Conflict between parent and child (usually father and son).
* OppositesAttractRevenge: A LoveTriangle leads to a feud between two rival love interest.
* OuthumblingEachOther: When trying to let the other person have their way just results in further argument.
* OvercomeTheirDifferences: When two partners learn to end their conflict.
* PlayingNiceForNow: Two enemies put on an act that they are getting along.
* PoorCommunicationKills: Sometimes, lack of communication can cause conflict and hostility between the characters.
* QuarrelingSong: A song about characters fighting each other.
* RagtagBunchOfMisfits: When a group of complete strangers are paired up to save the world; infighting optional.
* RetailRiot: When characters fight over store items.
* TheRival: A character who shares enmity with TheHero for some reason, but isn't necessarily the main villain.
** RivalTurnedEvil: When his rivalry with the hero becomes more antagonistic.
* SiblingRivalry: Siblings don't get along.
* SillyReasonForWar: Characters fighting each other for trivial reasons.
* SlapSlapKiss: Couples fight before kissing each other.
** KissKissSlap: Couples kissing before fighting each other.
* SmallTownRivalry: Characters of different towns loathe each other.
* SomebodyDoesntLoveRaymond: A character realizes that there is someone who doesn't like him.
* StandingBetweenTheEnemies: A character stands between two other characters who are fighting.
* TeethClenchedTeamwork: Two characters hate each other despite working together.
* ThisIsMyChair: This is my chair! Not yours! Beat it!
* ThisIsMySide: This is my side, and that's your side! Stay in your side!
* TooMuchAlike: Two characters are have trouble getting along because of their similar personalities.
* VitriolicBestBuds: Two friends who argue and bicker with each other.
* VolleyingInsults: Two characters trading insults at each other.
* WeAreStrugglingTogether: Conflict and tension between voluntary movements gets in the way of defeating the BigBad.
* WeUsedToBeFriends: ...now we hate each other's guts!
* WithFriendsLikeThese: Two friends who antagonize each other to the point that it's impossible to even call them friends.