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* ''Manga/SetoNoHanayome:'' Seems to be one of the (borderline psychotic) {{Tsundere}} Lunar's favorite methods of tormenting [[ButtMonkey Nagasumi.]] An extreme example, as she holds his legs in place & uses her foot like a drill to [[AssShove repeatedly shove it in]] several times a second while he writhes around on the ground.

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* ''Literature/BraveNewWorld''. John the Savage decides to reject the civilised world and run off to the countryside, only to find himself followed by reporters eager to discover why. He responds with this trope to the first man who shows up wanting a quote (for all the good it does, as others quickly follow).
-->And seizing the reporter by the shoulder, he spun him round (the young man revealed himself invitingly well-covered), aimed and, with all the force and accuracy of a champion foot-and-mouth-baller, delivered a most prodigious kick. Eight minutes later, a new edition of The Hourly Radio was on sale in the streets of London. "HOURLY RADIO REPORTER HAS COCCYX KICKED BY MYSTERY SAVAGE," ran the headlines on the front page. "SENSATION In SURREY."
-->"Sensation even in London," thought the reporter when, on his return, he read the words. And a very painful sensation, what was more. He sat down gingerly to his luncheon.

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* During the training sequence of ''Ride/DespicableMeMinionMayhem'' at Ride/UniversalStudios, an unlucky Minion ends up landing butt-first on a cactus.
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** Repeated example in the Equestria Girls special ''[[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyEquestriaGirlsSunsetsBackstagePass Sunset's Backstage Pass]]'': At the beginning of each day in the time loop, Rainbow Dash accidentally hits Sunset Shimmer in the butt with a paddle. On the first occasion Sunset comments on intense pain but doesn't think it's a big deal, though after several times it gets annoying for her. She avoids this on the final day.


** In "Bart vs. Australia", the Simpsons go to [[LandDownunder Australia]], "Booting" (administered by an angry-looking man wearing an over-sized boot) is a form of corporal punishment. It's even on the country's flag (shown atop this page). Also, disparaging the boot is a bootable offense.

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** In "Bart vs. Australia", the Simpsons go to [[LandDownunder [[LandDownUnder Australia]], "Booting" (administered by an angry-looking man wearing an over-sized boot) is a form of corporal punishment. It's even on the country's flag (shown atop this page). Also, disparaging the boot is a bootable offense.


* When ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' go to [[LandDownunder Australia]], "Booting" (administered by an angry-looking man wearing an over-sized boot) is a form of corporal punishment. It's even on the country's flag (shown atop this page). Also, disparaging the boot is a bootable offense.

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* When ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'':
** In "Bart vs. Australia", the Simpsons
go to [[LandDownunder Australia]], "Booting" (administered by an angry-looking man wearing an over-sized boot) is a form of corporal punishment. It's even on the country's flag (shown atop this page). Also, disparaging the boot is a bootable offense.



** A later episode had a tiny fish avenge itself after Bart laughed at it by biting a hole in the seat of his swim trunks when he turned around (in effect, [[StealthPun "eating his shorts"]]).
** Yet another later episode had a [[ItMakesSenseInContext temporarily deaf Bart]] teasing a donkey at a school event with a carrot before sticking it in the back of his shorts. The donkey got the carrot ''and'' his shorts right as the American flag was being unfurled, creating the illusion of his intentional mooning of the flag, and kicking off the main plot of the episode.
** Mr. Burns has an elaborate clockwork butt-booting mechanism installed in the stage of his mansion. Bart is subjected to it when he fails to be chosen as Burns' heir, which Homer finds unbelievably funny.

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** A later episode "Das Bus" had a tiny fish avenge itself after Bart laughed at it by biting a hole in the seat of his swim trunks when he turned around (in effect, [[StealthPun "eating his shorts"]]).
** Yet another later episode "The Bart-Mangled Banner" had a [[ItMakesSenseInContext temporarily deaf Bart]] teasing a donkey at a school event with a carrot before sticking it in the back of his shorts. The donkey got the carrot ''and'' his shorts right as the American flag was being unfurled, creating the illusion of his intentional mooning of the flag, and kicking off the main plot of the episode.
** In "Burns' Heir", Mr. Burns has an elaborate clockwork butt-booting mechanism installed in the stage of his mansion. Bart is subjected to it when he fails to be chosen as Burns' heir, which Homer finds unbelievably funny.

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* [[https://redandblacktac.tumblr.com/post/155364927910/from-the-co-drawthread This parody]] of ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' has Yellow Diamond putting her heel on Blue Diamond's butt in an attempt to get the latter out of bed.
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfJimmyNeutron'' episode "Billion Dollar Boy" has spoiled rich kid, Eustace Strych use his butler as an abuse dummy by angrily kicking him in the butt twice. First after losing to Jimmy in a kite battle, and second after losing to Jimmy again in a battle between Goddard and his RA unit robot.

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfJimmyNeutron'' episode "Billion Dollar Boy" has spoiled rich kid, Eustace Strych use his butler as an abuse dummy by angrily kicking him in the butt twice. First after losing to Jimmy in a kite battle, and second after losing to Jimmy again in a battle between Goddard and his RA unit robot.


* In the ''WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfJimmyNeutron'' episode "Billion Dollar Boy", spoiled rich kid, Eustace Strich angrily kicks his butler in the butt twice. First after losing to Jimmy in a kite battle, and second after losing to Jimmy again in a battle between Goddard and his RA unit robot.

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfJimmyNeutron'' episode "Billion Dollar Boy", Boy" has spoiled rich kid, Eustace Strich angrily kicks Strych use his butler as an abuse dummy by angrily kicking him in the butt twice. First after losing to Jimmy in a kite battle, and second after losing to Jimmy again in a battle between Goddard and his RA unit robot.

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfJimmyNeutron'' episode "Billion Dollar Boy", spoiled rich kid, Eustace Strich angrily kicks his butler in the butt twice. First after losing to Jimmy in a kite battle, and second after losing to Jimmy again in a battle between Goddard and his RA unit robot.


* In ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'', Bulbasaur tackles Misty directly in the ass, in the episode "Bulbasaur and the Hidden Village".

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Bulbasaur tackles Misty directly in the ass, in the episode "Bulbasaur and the Hidden Village".Village".
** In "Pokémon Scent-sation", Ash accuses a perfume seller of ripping off other customers. In response, the store owner kicks him out this way.

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* ''VideoGame/{{Battletoads}}'' has [[SmashMook large pig enemies]] who, when knocked down and stunned, leave their butts exposed. [[MightyGlacier Pimple]]'s solution to this is to punt them square in the ass with his Big Bad Boot, usually sending them rocketing off screen.


** Another example would be in ''WesternAnimation/TransformersCybertron'' when [[KillItWithFire Scourge]] lights [[ButtMonkey Thundercracker's]] [[RumpRoast aft on fire]].

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** Another example would be in ''WesternAnimation/TransformersCybertron'' ''Anime/TransformersCybertron'' when [[KillItWithFire Scourge]] lights [[ButtMonkey Thundercracker's]] [[RumpRoast aft on fire]].

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* In ''Film/TheMummyTombOfTheDragonEmperor'', a [[BigfootSasquatchAndYeti yeti]] drop-kicks a {{Mook}} in the butt and [[PunchedAcrossTheRoom sends him flying]].

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* In another Creator/JackieChan movie, Who Am I?, during a street fight in Rotterdam, Jackie dons a pair of Dutch wooden clogs and literally ass-kicks some mooks.

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