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* In ''Deltarune'', Ralsei reluctantly gives Susie the ax-wielding Susie a WhatTheHellHero lecture about what kind of a hero she's being -- including not only being needlessly, counterproductively violent, in keeping with the well-established pacifistic themes, but having eaten an innocent man's cake. Susie continues her defense of how her opponents were enemies (And, therefore, "FOR terrorizing") and offers the rationale, "Cakes... are also my enemy." Ralsei, who doesn't normally seem the type, gives her a deadpan DisapprovingLook.

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* In ''Deltarune'', ''VideoGame/{{Deltarune}}'', Ralsei reluctantly gives Susie the ax-wielding Susie a WhatTheHellHero lecture about what kind of a hero she's being -- including not only being needlessly, counterproductively violent, in keeping with the well-established pacifistic themes, but having eaten an innocent man's cake. Susie continues her defense of how her opponents were enemies (And, therefore, "FOR terrorizing") and offers the rationale, "Cakes... are also my enemy." Ralsei, who doesn't normally seem the type, gives her a deadpan DisapprovingLook.



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* In an example not played for laughs, [[JerkJock Tommy]] from ''Film/ScaryStoriesToTellInTheDark2019'' seems to ''really'' hate Harlod, the scarecrow in his family farm, who he'll often bash with his baseball bat or throw beer bottles at while insulting him. [[spoiler: Then Harold comes to life to show Tommy that the feeling is mutual...]]

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* In one gag of ''WebComic/AwkwardZombie'', [[AuthorAvatar Katie Tiedrich]] goes to Staples to buy... well, staples. But when she sees that all the boxes are labeled the same she leaves while angrily telling the boxes "You're jerks and imposters and ''I hate all of you!''"


* In the ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' episode "Nightmare Hospital", Connie hates the abacus Mrs. Maheswaran threatens to use to figure out how long to ground Connie for bringing a sword into the house.

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' episode "Nightmare Hospital", Connie hates the abacus Mrs. Maheswaran threatens to use an abacus to figure out how long to ground Connie for bringing a sword into the house.house. When she leaves, Connie mutters a resentful "I hate that abacus".


** In "The Ex", Darwin says his nemesis is a hat. Later in the episode, Gumball sees Darwin wearing the hat and asks if he got over his rivalry with the hat, pointing out that he is wearing it. Darwin runs around screaming that the hat "got him".

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** In "The Ex", Darwin says his nemesis is he has a hat.nemesis, which turns out to be a hat (That's what he wants you to believe!). Later in the episode, Gumball sees Darwin wearing the hat and asks if he got over his rivalry with the hat, pointing out that he is wearing it. Darwin runs around screaming that the hat "got him".

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* In ''Deltarune'', Ralsei reluctantly gives Susie the ax-wielding Susie a WhatTheHellHero lecture about what kind of a hero she's being -- including not only being needlessly, counterproductively violent, in keeping with the well-established pacifistic themes, but having eaten an innocent man's cake. Susie continues her defense of how her opponents were enemies (And, therefore, "FOR terrorizing") and offers the rationale, "Cakes... are also my enemy." Ralsei, who doesn't normally seem the type, gives her a deadpan DisapprovingLook.


* In ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'', dwarven cleric Durkon Thundershield believes that ''trees'' are not trustworthy. Of course, given that this is a ''[[TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons D&D]]'' parody, that might not be [[WhenTreesAttack entirely]] [[JustifiedTrope unjustified]]. Later strips reveal that this apparently extends to the entire dwarf race.

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* In ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'', dwarven cleric Durkon Thundershield believes that ''trees'' are not trustworthy. Of course, given that this is a ''[[TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons D&D]]'' parody, that might not be [[WhenTreesAttack entirely]] [[JustifiedTrope unjustified]]. Later strips reveal that this apparently extends to the entire dwarf race. Their logic is that they must be evil since they keep getting hit by lighting, and Thor's main weapon is lightning; Thor himself thinks it's ridiculous but has given up trying to explain it.


** In the episode "The World", Gumball stubs his toe on a coffee table and prepares to hit in retribution. However, EverythingTalks in Elmore, so the coffee table is able to [[DiscussedTrope question his reasoning]]:

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** In the episode "The World", Gumball stubs his toe on a coffee table and prepares to hit it in retribution. However, EverythingTalks in Elmore, so the coffee table is able to [[DiscussedTrope question his reasoning]]:

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* In ''WebVideo/CodeMENT'', Suzaku has a score of 1-1 with a hotel. Not the hotel staff or the company who owns it, but the hotel itself.

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* One panel of a ''[[ComicBook/JohnnyTheHomicidalManiac Happy Noodle Boy]]'' comic has the titular character yelling at a toaster.
-->''You fucking toaster!! You're nothing! That's all you'll ever be! A toaster! Damn! I have no kiwis!!''


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* In ''Film/HappyGilmore'' Gary tries to help Happy improve his putting by telling him to imagine sinking a hole as sending the ball home. When he still fails to get it into the hole, he starts cussing out the ball. "You son of a bitch ball! Why don't you just go home?! That's your HOME! Are you too good for your home? ''Answer me! Suck my white ass, ball''!"

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* From TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons, the Tale of Eric and the Dread Gazebo, although the player in question had thought that a 'gazebo' was a kind of monster. The party eventually enlightened him, although not before he'd annoyed the DM so much that the guy had the gazebo ''actually'' catch and eat his character.
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* In {{ComicBook/The Transformers More Than Meets The Eye}}, a RunningGag is that everyone in the crew besides Rodimus despises the "Rodpod", a dropship modeled after [[SmallNameBigEgo Rodimus' head]]. When exploring the ancient remains of a titan, they intentionally leave it unlocked in the hopes that someone will come by and steal it. When they wind up going in a circle, Whirl yells "I blame the frigging Rodpod!" and starts beating it with a stick.



* In {{ComicBook/TheTransformersMoreThanMeetsTheEye}}, a RunningGag is that everyone in the crew besides Rodimus despises the "Rodpod", a dropship modeled after [[SmallNameBigEgo Rodimus' head]]. When exploring the ancient remains of a titan, they intentionally leave it unlocked in the hopes that someone will come by and steal it. When they wind up going in a circle, Whirl yells "I blame the frigging Rodpod!" and starts beating it with a stick.

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* In {{ComicBook/TheTransformersMoreThanMeetsTheEye}}, a RunningGag is that everyone in the crew besides Rodimus despises the "Rodpod", a dropship modeled after [[SmallNameBigEgo Rodimus' head]]. When exploring the ancient remains of a titan, they intentionally leave it unlocked in the hopes that someone will come by and steal it. When they wind up going in a circle, Whirl yells "I blame the frigging Rodpod!" and starts beating it with a stick.


* There's a gag in ''VideoGame/RedDeadRedemption2'' where a taxidermied squirrel that [[spoiler: of John's that his wife Abigail]] hates gets put in increasingly well-hidden places in the house. The last place you find it is on the top of a rugged mountain the next state over.

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* There's a gag in ''VideoGame/RedDeadRedemption2'' where a taxidermied squirrel that [[spoiler: of John's John Marston gets in the epilogue that his wife Abigail]] hates gets put in increasingly well-hidden places in the house. The last place you find it is on the top of a rugged mountain the next state over.

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* There's a gag in ''VideoGame/RedDeadRedemption2'' where a taxidermied squirrel that [[spoiler: of John's that his wife Abigail]] hates gets put in increasingly well-hidden places in the house. The last place you find it is on the top of a rugged mountain the next state over.

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