Main Psycho Ex Girlfriend Discussion

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Narsil
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10:31:55 AM Oct 25th 2017
Right now the page quote is,

<blockquote>"Never let the crazy outweigh the hot." ó Regarding Mathilda, of MadWorld and Anarchy Reigns</blockquote>

Where does that quote come from? Without a source for the quote, it looks like it's just a troper's comment about that character, which doesn't seem ideal for a page quote.

If nobody objects, I'll change it—I'm thinking to this from Taylor Swift's "Blank Space", but I'm open to suggestions:

<blockquote>Got a long list of ex-lovers Theyíll tell you Iím insane But Iíve got a blank space, baby And Iíll write your name.</blockquote>
Larkmarn
11:32:59 AM Oct 25th 2017
edited by Larkmarn
Agreed that it has to go. Not only is it Not an Example as written (it's more "hot chicks be crazy," which is entirely different), your point about being a random troper's opinion is very valid.

Disagree on the suggestion, though. Doesn't really fit the trope that well, and given how much misuse this sees, it needs something really clear. Keep in mind that there's no indication of this trope actually taking place in those lyrics.
violettglass
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01:19:14 PM May 16th 2012
Shouldn't the actual title be Psycho-Ex and the Psycho-Ex Girlfriend be the redirect?

That seems more even handed.
TBeholder
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12:32:13 PM Mar 13th 2012
edited by TBeholder
what's with
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? because it's not something described in formatting guide. Other than %% comments out the image while keeping it there, without any, you know, comments on this weirdness. The first line tries to show some video where picture is normally placed (it ends up as 2 blocked embedded objects there, anyway)

uppfinnarn
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11:23:01 PM Jun 20th 2011
Should this be compares to Yandere somehow?
hcobb
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07:29:08 PM Jun 19th 2011
Does FLCL count when the she is unable to reach her ex and so glomps the younger brother?
ddhboy
08:46:43 PM Jun 20th 2011
edited by ddhboy
I'd think that it would only apply if it's the protagonist's ex girlfriend. In the case of FLCL, the brother would fall under some variation of Replacement Love Interest.

http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/ReplacementLoveInterest
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