Bullying a Dragon/Quotes

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"Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for you are crunchy, and good with ketchup."

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"You let one ant stand up to us, then they all might stand up. Those 'puny little ants' outnumber us 100 to 1. And if they ever figure that out, there goes our way of life! It's not about food, it's about keeping those ants in line."

Hopper, A Bug's Life, being surprisingly intelligent about this trope.
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"Anyone who fights us is either stupid or on Saren's payroll. Killing the latter is business. Killing the former is a favor to the universe."

Urdnot Wrex, Mass Effect
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"Telling a lion-man of the Full Moon to "yiff in hell" is almost always a horrible idea as he can rip you and thousands like you to pieces without even trying. Yet it is still totally worth it"

1d4chan on the Lunar Exalted
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"And people actually attack you? Voluntarily?"

Sergeant Kylon, Dragon Age: Origins
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"Never laugh at live dragons, Bilbo you fool!"

Bilbo Baggins, The Hobbit
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Tony: Let's do a quick headcount. Your brother (the demi-god), the super-soldier (a living legend who kinda lives up to the legend), a man with breathtaking anger management issues, couple of master assassins, and YOU, big fella - you've managed to piss off every single one of them.
Loki: That was the plan.
Tony: Not a great plan.

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Loki: ENOUGH! You are, all of you, BENEATH ME! I am a GOD, you dull creature, and I will not be bullied by -
Hulk: (SMASH!) Puny god.

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We are trying to fight this war as though it was a colonial war in Africa. But it is a European war in Africa fought with European weapons against a European enemy. We take to little account of this in building our stone forts and equipping ourselves with such luxury. We are not fighting Abysinnians[1] now.

—Letter found by British in the recently plundered camp of the Italians who had not done terrific against the Abyssinians either. From Alan Moorehead, The Desert War.
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  1. Ethiopians