'''Basic Trope''': A character freaks out because someone doesn't like them.
* '''Straight''': When the well-regarded Alice discovers that Bob dislikes her, she goes crazy trying to figure out why.
* '''Exaggerated''': Alice is almost universally-beloved; however, when she finds out that Bob once said something bad about her, she has a mental breakdown.
* '''Downplayed''': When Alice discovers that Bob doesn't like her, she is confused.
* '''Justified''': Alice doesn't like when people dislike her; she tries to please people.
* '''Inverted''':
** Alice is the biggest {{Jerkass}} imaginable. When she learns that Bob respects her and values her friendship, she wonders why. (Somebody Doesn't Hate Chris?)
** Bob is the Protagonist. From his point of view, he seems to be the only man in town that has some amount (hell, ''any'' amount) of dislike for Alice the WalkingDisasterArea (who has brought down unspeakable catastrophes to the town on a daily basis) and wondering why everybody else loves her ends up driving him insane.
** Alice likes or hates everyone except Bob.
* '''Subverted''':
** Bob was in a bad mood when he said he didn't like her.
** When Alice learns that Bob dislikes her, she's initially annoyed, but soon shrugs it off.
* '''Double Subverted''':
** Bob got better. He still doesn't like her, just not as much as he let on.
** ...Until her friends walk away, when she starts obsessing over the fact that someone doesn't like her.
* '''Parodied''':
** Alice is an ObviouslyEvil SuperVillain, but she still freaks out when she hears that [[TheHero Bob]] doesn't like her.
** [[TheScrappy Alice]] discovers that the ''[[NoFourthWall audience]]'' doesn't like her.
* '''Zig Zagged''': Bob is sometimes rude to Alice and sometimes nice to her. Alice alternates between obsessing over his dislike and not caring.
* '''Averted''': When Alice learns that Bob dislikes her, she doesn't care.
* '''Enforced''': "We can't make Alice too perfect, or she won't be relatable. Why not have one character who doesn't like her?"
* '''Lampshaded''': "How could anyone hate me?"
* '''Invoked''': Bob wants Alice to pay him some attention, but everyone fawns over her so it's hard to stand out. He decides to pretend to dislike her, hoping this trope will come into effect.
* '''Exploited''': Bob genuinely dislikes Alice, but when he takes note of her desperation to please him he doesn't mind getting a few favors out of her while it lasts.
* '''Defied''': "He doesn't like me? ...what, you think I'm going to obsess over that? I have plenty of friends."
* '''Discussed''': "Wow, everyone loves Alice, don't they?" "Ah, somewhere there's got to be someone who hates her guts, and when she finds out it's all gonna kick off..."
* '''Conversed''': "Huh, you'd think Alice would take that in stride."
* '''Implied''': Bob is the only one among LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters who doesn't regularly talk to Alice.
* '''Deconstructed''':
** Alice's obsession with pleasing people who dislike her takes a toll when she focuses so much on Bob that she starts to ignore the people who ''already'' liked her. This causes her to lose all of her friends.
** Alternatively, this happens to Bob instead because he ends up trying to make everyone understand that Alice isn't as great as they make her out to be. At least in his honest opinion. He doesn't even dislike her ''that'' much.
* '''Reconstructed''':
** After a while, Alice realizes that she can't please everyone and stops trying to make Bob happy. Her friends come back happy now that she's over it.
** Bob either finally accepts Alice and they patch things up, or decides that maybe he doesn't like everyone else that much either.
* '''Played For Laughs''': Everyone hates Alice, but she takes the news that Bob dislikes her as a personal assault.
* '''Played For Drama''': Alice has a crippling personality disorder that won't allow her to accept the fact that people might not like her. Therefore, when she learns that Bob isn't fond of her, it tears her up inside.
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