Apollo was a Pretty Boy. So was Narcissus. I could probably dig up half a dozen other legendary or mythological examples from before the Renaissance if I bothered.
It might need a TRS or Example Repair/Removal Work, but no cutting. Cutting where tropes are involved mean they can not -cannot
- be saved. At all. Those are usually ones posted without going through YKTTW
and just tossed up, like Hyper Mode a few weeks back. (It was Same, but More, and had only two examples, which those familiar with the works said at least one was wrong.)
: It's literally half a villain trope, and it's real life section... well, it needs work. At the very least the general examples need booting, plus there's the discussion/wall of text on Hollywood stars that seem to be doing great, then bam!
Tyra Banks is mentioned, and her description seems to point to type 1. (RL person probably called a villain). Patton's entry is arguing (and I'm not touching that one -cautious editing). Tiger Woods seems more of a fallen hero then a broken ace.
Hamilton, Walker, Jackson, Hemingway might qualify for type 2.
edited 18th Oct '13 10:49:03 PM by Candi
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