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Bob pulls Tim out of a small space he was hiding in, in order to bully him.
Subverted: Bob tries to stick Tim in a locker, then realizes that the victim won't fit.
Double Subverted: He takes the victim to his gym locker, which is larger, and shoves him in there.
Parodied: Bob shoves Tim into a locker that, by some bizarre coincidence, is Tim-shaped.
Zig Zagged: Bob tries to stuff Tim into a locker, but it is too small. He finds a larger gym locker, but that one won't open. Bob then finds a locker that will fit Tim... but then Tim shoves Bob into the locker while he's distracted.
Averted: Bullies shove their victims into dumpsters, or closets with the door barricaded shut, but lockers are too small.
Enforced: Bully Bob has just been introduced, and needs to be shown doing something people in the audience associate with school bullies.
After dealing with Tim, Bob remarks, "Heh, stuffin' kids in a locker- can't beat the classics!"
"Muahaha! You can fit in a locker, whereas I cannot!"
Tim tempts fate by pleading "please don't shove me in my locker!"
Tim needs to spy on someone. He provokes Bob, hoping that he will shove him into a nearby locker as a result.
Exploited: Charlie creates a business in which he helps students who have been shoved into lockers... for a price. Bob may or may not be in on it too.
Bob tries to shove Tim into his locker, but his locker is either too small, too stuffed with books and junk, jammed shut, or there simply aren't any lockers around.
Tim knocks out Bob before he gets stuffed.
Discussed: "Wow, these lockers are surprisingly spacious."