Not to mention how Flanderized his character got in the later games. He started off as a lolzy, yet decent guy who might be bipolar and didn't have good luck. Eventually, he got annoying to the point his own friends didn't really like him.Larry Butz from Ace Attorney. Compared to his classmates Phoenix Wright, who is a defense attorney, and Miles Edgeworth, a prosecutor who eventually became the chief prosecutor, Larry is just a regular Joe who got framed for murder in the first game, regularly makes an ass out of himself, and shuffles through jobs and girlfriends like cards. He does help out in the DL-6 court case by extending it, and does give Edgeworth the 38 dollars that Phoenix got accused of stealing. "If it smells, then it's probably the Butz."
Depends on the version. If it was the one from the episode where he tries to catch Bugs Bunny by first coming to his house, announcing his superiority over him and expects Bugs to pretty much turn himself in, then yes. His delusions of granduer pretty much make him an easy target for Bugs using the same tricks against him.Wile E. Coyote (debatable, but whatever)
And the antagonists. Especially Phillip Cutler, who is obsessed with his sister and moves onto her daughter after the sister dies, Vera Whitefern aka the one who threw a clump of miscarried fetus at her mother and arranged a child's gangrape and the mom from the Gemini series, who forces her daughter to become her son after the son dies and is a New Age whack-job.Any V.C. Andrews protagonist
This all sounds really gay.A number of the straight men in 9 Chickweed Lane fall into this category. With the exception of Thorax (who is an extreme weirdo whose dialogue could be described as overdone word salad and is a know-it-all), they tend to wear the pants higher than Steve Urkel, are total musheads around the slightest bit of feminine sexuality, weak-willed (to the point of curling into balls), and dweeby. There are some exceptions like Hugh being too uncomfortable to pee/poop in a bathroom that doesn't look like the one he has at home, Arthur throws a fit when he sees on of Mozart's pieces being refered to a song, and Sven turns his love interest in to the cops (for stealing cattle) and acts all shocked because he didn't know that she would get arrested for it. Sven also is too scared to touch ladies' underwear as if it was radioative.
The women also have their lolcow aspects; almost every single one is an elitist, oversexed, violet, immature twit. Granted how far a certain trait goes depends on the woman. Example: Juliette and Fluerre are more elitist, Ms Peel is more dim, Edda is the most immature, etc. Then again, the creator of the comic strip, Brooke McEldowney, is a lolcow as well.