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* Towards the climax of ''Manga/{{Arisa}}'', The King [[spoiler:Midori]] pretends to reciprocate Tsubasa's affections, then drugs her with a pill when they kiss.


* An accidental example occurs in ''Manga/ChainsawMan'' during a drinking party: Himeno is giving Denji an open-mouth kiss while she pukes up her beer into his mouth. Unfortunately, Denji is used to eating [[ExtremeOmnivore extremely disgusting things]] and ends up swallowing it.

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* An accidental example occurs in ''Manga/ChainsawMan'' during a drinking party: Himeno is giving Denji an open-mouth kiss while she pukes up her beer and dinner into his mouth. Unfortunately, Denji is used to eating [[ExtremeOmnivore extremely disgusting things]] reflexively and ends up swallowing it.


* ''Manga/CaseClosed'' has Vermouth bite onto the APTX drug and kiss [[spoiler:Mary Sera]] in order to force her to ingest the drug.

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* ''Manga/CaseClosed'' has Vermouth bite onto the APTX drug and kiss [[spoiler:Mary Sera]] in order to force her the latter to ingest the drug.


A character wants to feed, drug or poison someone else, but the target is not having any of it. So, in order to make the target consume the desired substance, the perpetrator pops some of that very same substance into their own mouths and kisses their mark to force it down their throats.

For some reason, the perpetrator never seems to suffer the adverse effects of putting potentially harmful substances inside their mouths, although this may be justified if the drug in question is beneficial in nature (e.g. food or medicine), or is encapsulated in such a manner that it would only take effect after being digested.

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A character wants to feed, drug or poison someone else, but the target is not having any of it. So, in order to make the target consume the desired substance, the perpetrator pops some of that very same substance into their own mouths mouth and kisses their mark to force it down their throats.

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For some reason, the perpetrator never seems to suffer the adverse effects of putting potentially harmful substances inside their mouths, mouth, although this may be justified if the drug in question is beneficial in nature (e.g. food or medicine), or is encapsulated in such a manner that it would only take effect after being digested.



Sister trope to DruggedLipstick. Compare SleightOfTongue, in which the kiss is used to transfer a lockpick, weapon, or some other objects to a captive hero that would help the latter free him/herself.

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Sister trope to DruggedLipstick. Compare SleightOfTongue, in which the kiss is used to transfer a lockpick, weapon, or some other objects object to a captive hero that would help the latter free him/herself.


* ''Anime/FushigiYuugi'': In episode 18, in order to prevent Tamahome from leaving her to go back to Miaka, Yui forces Tamahome to consume the kodoku pill from her mouthm while he is held by her servants.

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* ''Anime/FushigiYuugi'': In episode 18, in order to prevent Tamahome from leaving her to go back to Miaka, Yui forces Tamahome to consume the kodoku pill from her mouthm mouth while he is held by her servants.


* ''Anime/FushigiYuugi'': In episode 18, in order to prevent Tamahome from leaving her to go back to Miaka, Yui forces Tamahome to consume the kudoku pill from her mouth.

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* ''Anime/FushigiYuugi'': In episode 18, in order to prevent Tamahome from leaving her to go back to Miaka, Yui forces Tamahome to consume the kudoku kodoku pill from her mouth.mouthm while he is held by her servants.


* In [[Film/TheGreatGatsby2013 the 2013 film adaptation]] of ''Literature/TheGreatGatsby'', Catherine forces Nick to take one of her "nerve pills" at Tom and Myrtle's party by planting it in his mouth via a ForcefulKiss, then making him drink to swallow it.



* In [[Film/TheGreatGatsby2013 the 2013 film adaptation]] of ''Literature/TheGreatGatsby'', Catherine forces Nick to take one of her "nerve pills" at Tom and Myrtle's party by planting it in his mouth via a ForcefulKiss, then making him drink to swallow it.

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* ''Anime/FushigiYuugi'': In episode 18, in order to prevent Tamahome from leaving her to go back to Miaka, Yui forces Tamahome to consume the kudoku pill from her mouth.


* Futana from ''Manga/FutabaKunChange'' kisses Futaba so that she can throw up in his mouth because the toilet is too far away.

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* Futana from ''Manga/FutabaKunChange'' kisses Futaba so that she can throw up in his mouth because the toilet is too far away. Did we mention Futana is Futaba's older sister? Yeah, she's a {{Jerkass}}.


* ''VideoGame/DivinityOriginalSinII'': Radeka the Witch forcibly tries to kiss the player character so she can spit insects down their throat, thereby [[StatusAilment weakening them]], at the beginning of combat.

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* ''VideoGame/DivinityOriginalSinII'': Radeka the Witch forcibly [[StatusInflictionAttack forcibly]] tries to kiss the player character so she can spit insects down their throat, thereby [[StatusAilment weakening them]], them, at the beginning of combat.


* ''Manga/CaseClosed'' has Vermouth bite onto the APTX drug and kiss [[spoiler:Mary Sera]] in order to force her to ingest the drug.



* ''Manga/DetectiveConan'' has Vermouth bite onto the APTX drug and kiss [[spoiler:Mary Sera]] in order to force her to ingest the drug.

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* An accidental example occurs in ''Manga/ChainsawMan'' during a drinking party: Himeno is giving Denji an open-mouth kiss while she pukes up her beer into his mouth. Unfortunately, Denji is used to eating [[ExtremeOmnivore extremely disgusting things]] and ends up swallowing it.


* In ''Film/TheHandmaiden'', Hideko tries to [[spoiler: drug Fujiwara by pouring the concentrated opium into his wine glass, but he simply does not drink any of the wine. She forces the issue by sipping from his glass herself, then kissing him and forcing it into his mouth]].
* In [[Film/TheGreatGatsby2013 the 2013 film adaptation of]] Literature/TheGreatGatsby, Catherine forces Nick to take one of her "nerve pills" at Tom and Myrtle's party by planting it in his mouth via a ForcefulKiss, then making him drink to swallow it.

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* In ''Film/TheHandmaiden'', Hideko tries to [[spoiler: drug Fujiwara [[spoiler:Fujiwara]] by pouring the concentrated opium into his wine glass, but he simply does not drink any of the wine. She forces the issue by sipping from his glass herself, then kissing him and forcing it into his mouth]].
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* In [[Film/TheGreatGatsby2013 the 2013 film adaptation of]] Literature/TheGreatGatsby, adaptation]] of ''Literature/TheGreatGatsby'', Catherine forces Nick to take one of her "nerve pills" at Tom and Myrtle's party by planting it in his mouth via a ForcefulKiss, then making him drink to swallow it.


Sister trope to DruggedLipstick. Also compare SleightOfTongue, in which the kiss is used to transfer a lockpick, weapon, or some other objects to a captive hero that would help the latter free him/herself.

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Sister trope to DruggedLipstick. Also compare Compare SleightOfTongue, in which the kiss is used to transfer a lockpick, weapon, or some other objects to a captive hero that would help the latter free him/herself.


* In ''Manga/{{Itsuwaribito}}'', [[VillainWithAGoodPublicity Gin]] finally reveals his true nature to his fiancee, Rurihime, by embracing and kissing her, then forcing her to swallow a small explosive that would blow up at any moment, before pushing her off a tower.

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* In ''Manga/{{Itsuwaribito}}'', [[VillainWithAGoodPublicity [[VillainWithGoodPublicity Gin]] finally reveals his true nature to his fiancee, Rurihime, by embracing and kissing her, then forcing her to swallow a small explosive that would blow up at any moment, before pushing her off a tower.

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