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->''"A local boy kicked me in the butt last week\\
I just smiled at him, then I ''turned'' the other [[StealthPun cheek]]!\\
I really don't care, in fact I wish him well...\\
Cuz I'll be laughing my head off when he's burning in {{Hell}}!"''
-->-- "Amish Paradise", by '''Music/WeirdAlYankovic'''

For some reason, {{Slapstick}} comedy often seems to involve a character [[AmusingInjuries injuring]] their butt. Possibly it's just because it's humiliating, making this essentially the rear-oriented counterpart of the GroinAttack.

Especially common in cartoons, where this often takes the form of one character sticking a long pin into another character's behind, making them jump away, or straight up in the air, with a yell.

Another form of this old slapstick trope has someone [[RumpRoast sitting on something unexpectedly hot]]. Yet another is getting [[ButtBiter bitten on the backside]], usually by a dog or some similar animal. Then, of course, there's the old "thumbtack on the chair" gag.

Related to AssShove, which happens when something goes ''into'' the butt, and ShotInTheAss, the specific case of, well, ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin.

Contrast AssKicksYou. KinkySpanking is the titillating variant. ComedicSpanking is a related concept.

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[[folder:Advertising]]
* Recent and unusual (ie female) example from cheetos commercial where a young boy trains firing blow darts at his family before finally targeting his mom's behind while she's doing aerobics. it's implied by her scream that he finds his mark! [[/folder]]

[[folder:Anime and Manga]]
* If one of the Devil Bats in ''Manga/{{Eyeshield 21}}'' does something right, Hiruma uses his foot. If they do something wrong, he uses his gun.
* Hattori Zenzo's butt in ''Manga/{{Gintama}}'' suffers from a variety of butt-related calamities.
* Rock got his ass kicked in a flashback in the first episode of ''Manga/BlackLagoon'' to show how humiliating his corporate days were.
* One episode of ''Manga/DragonBall'' had Yamcha defeat an enemy in the World Tourmanent by planting his foot into his opponent's behind, causing him to run out of the ring clutching his ass and screaming in pain.
* ''Manga/OnePiece'':
** Luffy often says to his opponents that he'll kick their ass. At least once he made good on that literally, as during his fight with Gecko Moria, the first hit he lands is via kicking through a platform he was sitting on from underneath, nailing him square in the ass.
** An unintentional example is in the Dressrosa arc: as Dellinger was about to kick Luffy with an attack, Zoro causes him to divert the attack right into Machvise's ass. Because Machvise is a very FatBastard, this is just as painful for Dellinger as it is to Machvise.
* In ''Manga/SlamDunk'', [[DeadpanSnarker Rukawa]] often does this to [[CloudCuckooLander Hanamichi]].
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[[folder:Comic Books]]
* In a [[ComicBook/TheSmurfs Smurfs]] comic book story where Handy Smurf creates problems with a new handheld power driller by drilling through everything he can get his hands on, the Smurfs retaliate by turning his power drill into an ass-kicking machine.
* In Chapter 11 of ''ComicBook/TheLifeAndTimesOfScroogeMcDuck'', a child-aged DonaldDuck gives his uncle Scrooge a well deserved kick in the ass, upon their very first meeting. Scrooge gets the chance to return the favor in Chapter 12 (in-universe years later), when he and Donald (now an adult) meet again.
* In ''Franchise/{{Tintin}} in the Land of the Soviets'', a policeman trying to arrest Tintin for prohibited swimming becomes distracted by a ruble on the ground, and Tintin takes this opportunity to "penalty kick" him into the same body of water.
* Creator/HarveyComics' ''SadSack'' had the Sack get a propelling butt kick from the Sarge in virtually every story.
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[[folder:Films -- Animated]]
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Shrek}}'' gets a stray arrow stuck in his butt and doesn't even notice.
* Dash on ''WesternAnimation/TheIncredibles'' uses his SuperSpeed to pull the tack-on-the-seat trick on his teacher.
* At the end of ''Disney/TheAristocats'', just right after Thomas O'Malley frees Duchess and her kittens from the crate Edgar was going to use to send them to Timbuktu, the evil butler is immediately kicked in the rear by Frou-Frou the horse, causing him to fall into the crate, at which the other cats immediately slam its lid shut and push it out the door, just in time for it to be picked up and taken away.
* In Despicable Me 2 Gru's obnoxious date, Shannon, cops a dart in the derriere from Special Agent Lucy Wilde!
* The antisocial Once-ler in ''WesternAnimation/TheLorax'' has a spring-loaded boot contraption set at rear-end level in front of his house to kick away unwanted visitors.
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[[folder:Films -- Live-Action]]
* If I had a nickel for every time someone gets kicked in the ass in a Creator/CharlieChaplin or Creator/BusterKeaton short...
* ''Film/TheThreeStooges'' were constantly getting stabbed, [[ShotInTheAss shot]], and dynamited in their rears.
* In ''Film/ReturnOfTheJedi'' when a royally pissed off [=R2D2=] cuts loose at the Ewok camp and starts zapping some Ewoks with his arc welder, one of them gets it in the butt (and even does a comedy hop when it happens).
* Ronald Colman gives James Craig a swift kick in the ass in ''Kismet'' (1944) for planning to romance his girlfriend in a small rowboat. If you blink your eyes you'll miss it, but Craig brings it up several times throughout the film.
* Happens at the near end of ''Film/RuthlessPeople'' in which after getting beat up by Barbara when seeing her for the first time since the kidnapping, Sam Stone gets literally kicked in the ass by her into the ocean.
* In ''Film/UndercoverBrother'', the title character manages to kick a henchman's ass to the point where his foot is actually '''in''' the guy's ass. An x-ray shot showing how it happens even appears.
* David in ''Film/{{Sabrina}}'' sits on the champagne glasses in his back pockets, after encouragement to sit down by his brother Linus. At the end of the movie, their father sits down on a jar of olives.
* After Kitty becomes the title character in ''The Invisible Woman'', she goes to kick her boss's behind. Among other things.
* In ''Film/ThisIsSpinalTap,'' when the band appears in a store and nobody's buying their records, the shopkeeper orders them to literally kick his ass.
* In ''Film/CaptainAmericaTheFirstAvenger'', Bucky Barnes does it to complete his non-literal asskicking of the bully that had just beaten up a pre-Super Soldier Steve.
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[[folder:Literature]]
* A SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome in ''[[Literature/CiaphasCain Cain's Last Stand]]''. [[spoiler:Cain is losing the fight badly with [[BigBad a mutated Chaos Warmaster]] until he reverses the situation with a solid boot to the fundament--that sends the villain right over a several-hundred-foot drop. Bonus point for [[ExactWords fulfilling one of his students' last wish to "kick his arse for me" in doing so.]]]]
-->'''Cain:''' Commissar [[spoiler:Donal]] sends his regards.
* Camden Benares' ''Zen Without Zen Masters'', a collection of very short stories which illustrate Zen principles, includes an episode about a woman who constantly kicked herself in the ass in the metaphorical sense, so a friend built her an ass-kicking machine operated by a string on a pulley. The complete design was provided so you could build one for yourself or a friend.
* One of Creator/IsaacAsimov's short stories ended with the two main characters discovering that they'd gone through a very unpleasant experience solely because they didn't read the manual for a new piece of equipment and learn how to adjust it -- they'd thought it ''couldn't'' be adjusted. The last paragraph has them taking turns kicking each other in the backside.
* Creator/LSpragueDeCamp's ''The Dragon of the Ishtar Gate'' has a scene in which the hero, realizing that he nearly jeopardized their mission (and his mother's life) by drunken, arrogant stupidity, asks his closest friend to give him a good swift kick in the arse. When the friend obliges, the hero sighs and says he feels better now.
* One of the first ''Literature/DonCamillo'' short stories has Peppone admit in confession that he ambushed the priest and hit him over the head some time before. Don Camillo wants to hit him back, but Christ forbids it, saying, "Your hands were made for blessing." He assigns Peppone some prayers in penance, but then, as the mayor kneels in prayer, Don Camillo thinks his rump would be a perfect target.
-->"Lord," groaned Don Camillo, clasping his hands and looking up at the crucifix, "my hands were made for blessing, but not my feet."\\
"There's something in that," replied Christ, "but, I warn you, just one."\\
The kick landed like a thunderbolt. Peppone didn't bat an eye. After a minute he got up and sighed.\\
"I've been expecting that for the past ten minutes," he remarked casually. "I feel better now."
* When Bond finds [[TheDragon Krebs]] rummaging through his suitcase in ''Literature/{{Moonraker}}'', he kicks him so hard in the ass he flies over it.
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[[folder:Live-Action TV]]
* Obligatory ''Series/{{Buffy|the Vampire Slayer}}'' example: in the episode "Family", Buffy's backside is smarting from the recent fight she had with the BigBad of the season.
-->'''Buffy: ''' Nothing like gettin' your ass kicked to...make your ass hurt.
** In TheMovie, the school pervert gooses Buffy in the hallway. She immediately responds by [[DisproportionateRetribution judo-flipping him into a row of lockers]].
* Robert on ''EverybodyLovesRaymond'' was gored by a bull in the backside (although he insists it was in the "upper thigh").
** Later episides show that the injury ''was'' in the upper thigh.
* In an episode of ''Series/GetSmart'', Max was wounded in action, leading to this bit of dialogue
-->'''Max''': What happens when you jump into a shallow pool?
-->'''99''': You hit bottom.
-->'''Max''': And ''that's'' what K.A.O.S. did.
* ''Series/FatherTed'': "[[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Kicking Bishop Brennan]] [[SpoilerTitle Up The Arse]]".
* There was an episode of ''Series/FamilyMatters'' where Carl Winslow gets shot in the butt and ends up in the hospital next to Steve Urkel who'd just had his appendix removed, unfortunately for him.
* Rodney [=McKay=] took an arrow to the arse in one episode of ''Series/StargateAtlantis''. Naturally, he whined about it the rest of the episode, and most of the next one.
* In an episode of ''Series/TheParentHood'', the father gets shot during an attempted mugging. After the prerequisite drama is wrung out of his subconscious watching his family crying over him in a hospital bed, the angel that comes to take him to heaven stops when he learns he was shot in the ass, and it was non-fatal.
* In ''Series/HogansHeroes'', Colonel Hogan once set the spiked helmet from Colonel Klink's desk down on the commandant's chair just before leaving the office. He'd almost made it to the outer door when Klink sat down and screamed.
* Similar to the ''Series/EverybodyHatesChris'' example above, there's an episode of ''Series/MarriedWithChildren'' where Kelly and Bud run into Jefferson in the hospital. This leads to a flash back showing how he got really drunk and decided to get an "I Love Marcy" tattoo for his anniversary... only for it to read "I Love Mary." Marcy eventually finds it, and then we find out why Jefferson's in the hospital as an X-ray reveals a boot ''literally'' up his ass.
* In ''Series/{{Deadwood}}'' Charlie Utter literally kicks the arse of Hearst's geologist after said geologist murders some prostitutes.
* Referred to but not seen in an episode of ''TwoAndAHalfMen'', when a younger Jake fractured his ass doing a cannonball dive into a bathtub.
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[[folder:Music]]
* Used on the cover of Swift Kick's ''[[http://www.tracyg.com/grafx/discography/swift_kick.jpg Long Live Rock]]'' EP.
* A line from [[Music/WeirdAlYankovic Weird Al's]] "Amish Paradise":
-->A local boy kicked me in the butt last week
-->I just smiled at him, then I [[{{Pun}} turned the other cheek]].
* The Music/MoxyFruvous song "Kick In The Ass," which is all about delivering, well, ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin. Though the singer admits that, after all the examples he gives out in the song, one's waiting for him.
* The original version of the Music/InsaneClownPosse song "The Neden Game" had the line "I kick her in the butt and tell her, 'Get the food ready.'" However, as a result of ExecutiveMeddling, all lyrics referencing abuse of women were removed or altered and the line was changed to "I'd pinch her loopy ass."
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[[folder:Newspaper Comics]]
* A running gag in ''{{Blondie}}''--not as much seen in recent years--involves Dagwood angering Mr. Dithers over some matter or another, followed by a panel of Dithers kicking Dagwood's Bumstead clear across the room.
* This is always a running gag in comics for someone being "booted out" of a place.
* These are frequently administered to BeetleBailey by Sarge.
* {{Garfield}}:
** Garfield kicking Odie, usually off a table.
** One early strip (a rare one in which Garfield doesn't appear, but then Jon was a more prominent character in the late '70s) showed Jon and his friend Lyman chatting about what they were going to do that evening. Lyman wanted to go see a movie in which a schoolboy puts a tack on his teacher's chair and she sits on it. Jon points out that that's not much of a plot for a movie, but Lyman doesn't care: he always likes it when the boy [[IncrediblyLamePun gets the girl in the end]].
* In Brazilian comic MonicasGang, Bidu/Blu does to it to Bugu/Blu, a [[strike:GloryHound]] fame-seeking hound (literally, both are dogs) who likes to invade his stories.
* Bill Mauldin drew a cartoon during WorldWarII showing a sergeant who'd found a way to train recruits that they needed to keep their butts down, too, when low-crawling: he'd swat an upthrust rump with a piece of plank ... with a nail in it.
* ''LilAbner'' had a story where the title character introduced a species called Kigmies to Western society. They were creatures specifically bred to be kicked by humans as an outlet for their aggression. They quickly become very popular and fully integrated in society with their intended role. However, the story ends with the Kigmies having enough of this and go on a rampage kicking ''humans'' in retaliation until they have to be all deported overseas.
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[[folder:Professional Wrestling]]
* Since his return to the [=WWE=] in 2011, [[Wrestling/DwayneJohnson The Rock]] has adopted "Boots To Asses" as one of his new slogans.
* Because of the TV-G (as opposed to TV-PG) nature of WWE's Saturday Morning Slam, most superstars cannot target the head and neck of their opponent, leading to some hilarious cases when the finisher involves a swift kick to the head. Most notably are [[Wrestling/ReyMysterioJr Rey Mysterio's]] 619 to the rear, and Wrestling/{{Sheamus}}' Brogue Kick to the butt rather than the face. Amusingly, both modified finishers were applied to Michael [=McGillicutty=], making him the literal and figurative [[ButtMonkey Butt Monkey]] of the show.
* Two of the beginning steps towards Wrestling/{{MS|CHIF}}[[Wrestling/ChristinaVonEerie EERIE]]'s revenge on Made In Sin at ''Shine 6'' were on their asses.
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[[folder:Theater]]
* This is a trope that is OlderThanSteam at the very least. The very word "slapstick," in fact, comes from Italian CommediaDellArte, where it was the name of a paddle used by mischievous characters to loudly spank exposed rear ends.
* In ''Theatre/TheMostHappyFella'', Rosabella aims to reward the slimy cashier for his unwanted advances by kicking him in the behind as he bends over to pick something up, but Cleo restrains her just in time and whispers to her about the room rent.
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[[folder:Video Games]]
* The Uga Buga boss fight in ''VideoGame/ConkersBadFurDay'' takes this to the extreme--you do damage by biting chunks of flesh out of this huge caveman's ass, leaving gaping red wounds behind.
* In Crash Twinsanity, when Dr Neo Cortex is on the balcony pondering on how to get to the ship in time, Crash watches him for a few seconds as his butt is slowly wiggling, after a few seconds, he slides up closer to him and boots him off the balcony.
* In ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTwilightPrincess'', Link must defeat a baboon mini-boss by targeting his oversized bright-red ass.
** There is an EasterEgg in ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTheWindWaker'', in which Moblins hop in pain crying when you stab them in the butt.
* ''VideoGame/DeadOrAlive Xtreme 2'' features the Butt Battle, which is exactly what it sounds like.
** [[FinalFantasyCrystalChronicles The Crystal Bearers]] has a similar minigame, with the same name and principle.
* When characters in ''VideoGame/MarioKart: Double Dash'' are on the receiving end of an incendiary attack, they hop around yelping with smoke emanating from their posteriors.
** This is probably influenced by ''VideoGame/SuperMario64'': when Mario lands on the magma of ''the'' LethalLavaLand, he immediately does as huge jump similar to this one and yelling (and despite hurting, it's a very effective way of locomotion).
* [[EggshellClothing Peewee Piranha]] from ''VideoGame/SuperMarioGalaxy2'' is apparantly defeated this way, as with {{Roll|ingAttack}}odillo.
* There's a bit in ''MaxPayne2'' where you sneak up behind a guard at a window and shoot him to [[RailingKill knock him off to his death]]; you don't have to shoot him in the arse, but most players do.
* Happens at the end of the [[VideoGame/AwesomePossum Awesome Possum Kicks Doctor Machino's Butt]]. Well, the title already spoiled it.
* [[Anime/{{Yatterman}} Doronjo's]] throw in ''VideoGame/TatsunokoVsCapcom'' involves yanking the opponent off-balance, then kicking them in the ass with a high-heeled boot.
* In ''CargoTheQuestForGravity'', one way to get Fun (the game's currency) is to go around kicking the Buddies in the butt.
* In the console/PC versions of ''VideoGame/SonicGenerations'', this is how Classic Sonic deals damage to the Death Egg Robot in the first phase of the battle.
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[[folder:Webcomics]]
* Justified in ''Webcomic/TheAdventuresOfDrMcNinja''. After analyzing Franz Rayner's movements, Dan [=McNinja=]'s son decides he actually has a Nerve Cluster in his Left Buttock, striking this point is the key to winning the fight for leadership of the Ninja clan.
** Later subverted when the kid (now grown up into the titular doctor) tries to hit the same cluster. It doesn't work - Rayner had moved it.
* In ''Webcomic/CommanderKitty'', Nin Wah delivers one to CK after he [[http://www.commanderkitty.com/2010/11/14/true-to-form/ after asking the computer where the station's bathroom is]].
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[[folder:WebVideo]]
* The GameGrumps' infamous gag about [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TAOSy4IxwuU an angry Mr Wilson teaching Denice how to play buttball.]]
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[[folder:Western Animation]]
* This happened all the time to JosieAndThePussyCats favorite ButtMonkey Alexandra Cabot. Whether she was being struck by a large drill penetrating the hole of a ship or her falling from a great height onto a cactus [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uJ4A1-6CJ7o her ass seemed to be a magnet for slapstick misfortune]]
* It happened a lot in old [[ClassicDisneyShorts Disney]] cartoons, especially to DonaldDuck.
* And frequently in ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' as well.
* ''WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry'' had ''at least'' one such event per episode.
* Creator/TexAvery's "George and Junior" series featured an ''Literature/OfMiceAndMen'' pair - whenever the big dumb guy did something wrong (several times per cartoon) he'd get a butt-kicking.
-->'''George:''' Okay, Junior... bend over...
* ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'': described in haiku form no less.
-->'''Sokka:''' I am so sorry!\\
Something struck me in the rear!\\
I just wound up... [[RhymesOnADime here]]?
* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants'', Spongebob broke his butt. The doctor tells him he's lucky and warns him that if he's not careful, he could end up "like that poor creature there, in the iron butt.". Aforementioned iron butt takes up half of the screen while shown, ''and doesn't appear to be completely shown''.
--> '''Guy in iron butt:''' Oh, man. It itches.
* When ''TheSimpsons'' go to [[LandDownunder Australia]], "Booting" (administered by an angry-looking man wearing an over-sized boot) is a form of corporal punishment. It's even on the country's flag (shown atop this page). Also, disparaging the boot is a bootable offense.
** "Lisa's Date with Density" has this:
-->'''Lisa''': Why do you have to be such a pain all the time? Don't you realize you're getting a bad reputation?
-->'''Nelson''': Don't you realize your butt sticks out?
-->'''Lisa''': It does not!
-->[Nelson kicks Lisa in the butt]
-->'''Lisa''': Hey!
-->'''Nelson''': Ha ha!
** A later episode had a tiny fish avenge itself after Bart laughed at it by biting a hole in the seat of his swim trunks when he turned around (in effect, [[StealthPun "eating his shorts"]]).
** Yet another later episode had a [[ItMakesSenseInContext temporarily deaf Bart]] teasing a donkey at a school event with a carrot before sticking it in the back of his shorts. The donkey got the carrot ''and'' his shorts right as the American flag was being unfurled, creating the illusion of his intentional mooning of the flag, and kicking off the main plot of the episode.
* In the [[TransformersTheMovie animated Transformers movie]], the Dinobots attack Unicron and for some reason decide to begin their offensive by biting him in the ass. "[[HulkSpeak Me Grimlock kick butt!]]" After that doesn't work and they're chased away, he quickly realizes: "Me Grimlock need new strategy."
** Another example would be in ''TransformersCybertron'' when [[KillItWithFire Scourge]] lights [[ButtMonkey Thundercracker's]] [[RumpRoast aft on fire]].
---> '''Thundercracker''': [[AmusingInjuries Ow! What was that for? OW! Holy campfire! Mah biscuits are burnin'! Hot hot hot! Put me out!]]
* ''KingOfTheHill'', to the point where it has become a minor CatchPhrase for the main character:
-->'''Hank Hill:''' I'm gonna KICK YOUR ASS!
** Note that this was usually not a literal threat. One notable difference was in the episode "Life in the Fast Lane--Bobby's Saga", where Hank applies it to Bobby's BadBoss Jimmy Wicher, after Jimmy commanded Bobby to cross an active NASCAR racetrack.
* Presented in an... interesting way in ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans''. Johnny Rancid says "My Dog's gonna kick your-" and is [[CurseCutShort cut off]] by Beast Boy (in donkey form) kicking him with his hind legs. Well, [[StealthPun it's an "Ass Kicking"]], what do you want?!
* It happened quite often in ''{{Popeye}}''. In the episode "Clean Shaven Man," Popeye and Bluto spend the entire episode fighting to get a shave and a haircut, to impress Olive Oyl-- only to see her walking off with Geezil, who has a waist-length beard; so they proceed to take turns kicking each other in the rear.
** In the episode "A Job for a Gob", Bluto has to endure a lot of trouser torment! First he gets knocked into a cactus and gets a butt full of needles. Then he is bucked off the bronco out of his pants. Then he accidently brands his own ass with x's and o's which Popeye turns into tic-tac-toe. Finally Popeye eats his spinach and punches him into a windmill which keeps spanking him. The whole cartoon seems to revolve around Bluto's butt!
* At the end of a military-themed ''IAmWeasel'' short, Weasel and Baboon are demoted, due to Baboon's incompetence, to "boot camp". In this case, "boot camp" consisted of the Red Guy and the kitten that they were trying to save wearing boots and repeatedly kicking them in the butt.
* In the ReBoot episode, 'The Showdown' Megabyte almost ass kicks Matrix off of the Principal Office.
* There is one episode of ''WesternAnimation/{{Ben10}}'' where Gwen takes a seat on a cactus.
** In another episode, Ben and Gwen are on a [[FreakyFridayFlip switch-body situation]], in which they are captured. The only way to get out is with an object in Gwen's rear pocket, so Gwen in Ben's body has to kick it out. At first he protests, but takes it rather calmly after Gwen notes that "at least [he's] kicking [her] butt".
* An episode of ''TheSmurfs'', called "Smurf The Other Cheek" involved a spot that appeared on someone's face and (apparently magically) made them unhappy. It could only be removed by kicking them in the butt, but this transferred it to the kicker. Cue an episode of the Smurfs unusually full of ass-kicking. Handy even devised a machine to do the kicking, only to find the machine's operator was considered the kicker. [[spoiler: It turned out that kissing the spotted person made the spot vanish without a transfer.]]
** What did you think [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar "smurfing the other cheek"]] [[DoubleMeaningTitle really means]]?
* It happened quite a lot in ''FlipTheFrog'' cartoons.
* In the ''AdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog'' episode "Super Robotnik", Coconuts creates a brew that results in Robotnik becoming a superhero. Sonic has a lot of trouble dealing with this new Robotnik until Tails learns that because it never touched the chemical, Robotnik has an Achilles' Heel: his butt. When in the middle of a competition of strength and speed, Sonic and Robotnik fight over a pool of yuck and Sonic winds up getting behind Dr. Robotnik and wins by... kicking his butt. Robotnik falls into the yuck and loses his powers, causing him to say "I think the jig is up".
* ''BeavisAndButthead'': "I'm kicking your ass, Beavis. Huh huh huh."
* This is how Finn gets rid of the staring horse in the ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'' episode "The Eyes". It also leads him to discover [[spoiler: the horse is actually the Ice King in disguise.]]
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[[folder:Real Life]]
* Yes, someone has patented a machine to kick someone in the butt. Yes, Website/{{Cracked}}.com [[http://www.cracked.com/article_15693_p2.html knows about it]]. No, you are not going to see a certain pothole.
** There is [[http://www.google.com/patents/about?id=7aKbAAAAEBAJ&dq=buttkicking yet another patent for another device for the same purpose]].
* In stage combat, a GroinAttack may result in an incidental LiteralAssKicking with combatants who practice the old school version of producing the sound of foot hitting the delicates.
* To give a specific example, a number of {{Mozart}}'s [[http://www.freemasons-freemasonry.com/mozart_freemasonry.html life summaries]] insist that Archbishop Colloredo did this upon firing him.
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