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Straight: Franck is an unpleasant 7 years old kid who has no respect for his elders and yells in absolute rage whenever people refuse to give him something he wants.
Exaggerated: Franck struts around, talks down to anyone he meets, never asks permission for anything, looks contemptuously at people who call him out for his behavior and his parents never discipline him.
Parodied: Franck is a grown man who still acts like this, complete with public temper tantrums when he doesn't get his way.
Zig Zagged: Franck seems unpleasant and selfish, except that he's a nice guy underneath it all, except the niceness was just an act to get someone on his good side, except that he really can be nice when he wants to be, except...
Lampshaded: "Franck, you're just asking for a slap across the face now..."
Invoked: A Child Hater takes Frank as an example as for why they can't stand kids.
Exploited: The Big Bad bribes Franck with food and toys to win him over, while using him to get useful information. It helps that Franck is naive enough to not understand the seriousness of the situation and selfish enough to not care anyway.
Defied: Franck knows his parents won't discipline him for anything, but refuses to be a rotten brat.
Discussed: "You know, it's baffling how parents won't discipline their kids these days..."
Franck get everything he wants from his parents but is never satisfied and always wants more. He ends up a Lonely Rich Kid because no one wants to be around him any longer, not even his parents who throw him out of their house when he turns 18.
Reconstructed: Franck eventually learns that his behavior is unacceptable and starts being more polite and apologizes to everyone he's been nasty too. Of course, he only does this for the sake of getting what he wants.