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24th May '16 8:51:20 AM narm00
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* Mashiro from ''LightNovel/ThePetGirlOfSakurasou' is an IdiotSavant that understands no social norms, which would also makes her this.

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* Mashiro from ''LightNovel/ThePetGirlOfSakurasou' ''LightNovel/ThePetGirlOfSakurasou'' is an IdiotSavant that who understands no social norms, which would also makes make her this.
19th May '16 10:54:39 AM DandereNaruto
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* Naruto himself has been shown to be one as well as shown when he showed no problem trying to destroy a wall with a Rasengan while on a stealth mission and was confused on why he shouldn't do it, He also has a tendency to go on about Ramen at times when it has absoultely nothing to do with the subject. He was also shown to get distracted easily during his training for the Rasen-shuriken
23rd Apr '16 3:14:11 PM SSJMagus
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** Juvia has permanent ShippingGoggles and is convinced that she is in a {{Love Dodecahedron}}. After all, since ''she's'' in love with Grey, [[InsaneTrollLogic surely every other woman must be too]].

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** Juvia has permanent ShippingGoggles and is convinced that she is in a {{Love Dodecahedron}}. After all, since ''she's'' in love with Grey, Gray, [[InsaneTrollLogic surely every other woman must be too]].too]]. Also, she celebrates the 413th day since she met Gray as their "anniversary" and doesn't understand why anybody would think this is odd. No, the number 413 doesn't hold any significance to either of them, she just woke up one day and decided it was their anniversary.
23rd Apr '16 11:53:34 AM SSJMagus
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** Brook isn't all there, either, constantly cracking [[{{Pun}} "skull jokes"]] and occasionally asking the female crew members for their panties. This is justified, though, by [[GoMadFromTheIsolation him spending 50 years alone on a ship full of his dead crewmates.]]

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** Brook isn't all there, either, constantly cracking [[{{Pun}} "skull jokes"]] and occasionally asking the female crew members (or even random women he meets) for their panties. This is justified, though, by [[GoMadFromTheIsolation him spending 50 years alone on a ship full of his dead crewmates.]]
23rd Apr '16 11:37:47 AM SSJMagus
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** Juvia has permanent ShippingGoggles and is convinced that she is in a {{Love Dodecahedron}}.

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** Juvia has permanent ShippingGoggles and is convinced that she is in a {{Love Dodecahedron}}. After all, since ''she's'' in love with Grey, [[InsaneTrollLogic surely every other woman must be too]].
26th Mar '16 8:52:43 PM ObsidianFire
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* Nene Mori of ''Anime/PrincessNine'' always dreamed of being the manager (gofer/janitor, not coach) of a high school baseball team, just like in all the manga she read. Since she was sent to a private all-girls school, this just wasn't going to happen. Once a girls' baseball team is formed, Nene sees it as her destiny. Unfortunately, while she is very GenreSavvy, she only knows ''what'' a manager does, not how to do it (her family's filthy rich, she's never even done laundry), so she mostly exists to [[LampshadeHanging Hang A Lampshade]] on the more obvious cliches the writers embrace, by suggesting them. Fortunately, she has a good heart, and a butler (and access to ''lots'' of resources).

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* Nene Mori of ''Anime/PrincessNine'' always dreamed of being the manager (gofer/janitor, not coach) of a high school baseball team, just like in all the manga she read. Since she was sent to a private all-girls school, this just wasn't going to happen. Once a girls' baseball team is formed, Nene sees it as her destiny. Unfortunately, while she is very GenreSavvy, smart, she only knows ''what'' a manager does, not how to do it (her family's filthy rich, she's never even done laundry), so she mostly exists to [[LampshadeHanging Hang A Lampshade]] on the more obvious cliches the writers embrace, by suggesting them. Fortunately, she has a good heart, and a butler (and access to ''lots'' of resources).



* Abel Nightroad of ''TrinityBlood'' has elements of this, particularily in the manga. It's espicially more prevalent in the earlier chapters, when he's traveling to the Vatican with heroine Esther and Terminator 2-esque Tres; at one point, he opens a window in a moving train because he wants to feel the breeze. A few chapters later, while on a cruise ship, he's immediately suspicious of how nice it is and insists that something bad will happen, citing the events of fiction such as Treasure Island and Titanic, which Esther immediately Lampshades. In this case, he's right, which may qualify him as being somewhat Genre Savvy.

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* Abel Nightroad of ''TrinityBlood'' has elements of this, particularily in the manga. It's espicially more prevalent in the earlier chapters, when he's traveling to the Vatican with heroine Esther and Terminator 2-esque Tres; at one point, he opens a window in a moving train because he wants to feel the breeze. A few chapters later, while on a cruise ship, he's immediately suspicious of how nice it is and insists that something bad will happen, citing the events of fiction such as Treasure Island and Titanic, which Esther immediately Lampshades. In this case, he's right, which may qualify qualifies him as being somewhat Genre Savvy.GenreSavvy.
16th Mar '16 11:24:07 AM Willbyr
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* Yotsuya from ''MaisonIkkoku'' continuously annoys the main male protagonist with his outlandish behavior, including but not limited to extortion, theft and housebreaking. He is [[{{Keigo}} very polite]] about it, though.

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* Yotsuya from ''MaisonIkkoku'' ''Manga/MaisonIkkoku'' continuously annoys the main male protagonist with his outlandish behavior, including but not limited to extortion, theft and housebreaking. He is [[{{Keigo}} very polite]] about it, though.
27th Feb '16 8:29:47 PM Willbyr
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* Shiro from ''DeadmanWonderland''. Nobody except possibly her grandfather [[spoiler: (who she ends up killing anyways)]] understands what in the world she's saying.

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* Shiro from ''DeadmanWonderland''.''Manga/DeadmanWonderland''. Nobody except possibly her grandfather [[spoiler: (who she ends up killing anyways)]] understands what in the world she's saying.



* Though not a regular Cloudcuckoolander, Makino from the manga version of ''HanaYoriDango'' has at least one time when she does this. In Volume 33 [[spoiler: when she's given up on Tsukasa because of Umi]] she compares her situation to the plot in ''The Little Mermaid'' (the real story, without the {{Disneyfication}}) and ends up ranting about how she doesn't want to become bubbles (or something to that effect) in front of her little brother who's very confused.

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* Though not a regular Cloudcuckoolander, Makino from the manga version of ''HanaYoriDango'' ''Manga/HanaYoriDango'' has at least one time when she does this. In Volume 33 [[spoiler: when she's given up on Tsukasa because of Umi]] she compares her situation to the plot in ''The Little Mermaid'' (the real story, without the {{Disneyfication}}) and ends up ranting about how she doesn't want to become bubbles (or something to that effect) in front of her little brother who's very confused.
4th Feb '16 7:33:11 PM SamCurt
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* Ryou of ''Manga/KoufukuGraffiti'' has these tendencies from time to time for things unrelated to cooking. This seems to be an inherited trait; her mother once mailed ''Japanese'' {{Ramen|asdehydratednoodles}} to Ryou just because the former saw in their local store the same stuff sold in Japan.

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* Ryou of ''Manga/KoufukuGraffiti'' ''Manga/GourmetGirlGraffiti'' has these tendencies from time to time for things unrelated to cooking. This seems to be an inherited trait; her mother once mailed ''Japanese'' {{Ramen|asdehydratednoodles}} to Ryou just because the former saw in their local store the same stuff sold in Japan.
22nd Jan '16 8:42:31 PM Adept
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* Ryou and Fuu from ''{{Sketchbook}}'' are always together, seemingly living in their own world which only slightly touches upon reality. They do appear to understand ''each other'' perfectly though, which is already the case in the manga and which gets [[CharacterExaggeration exaggerated]] in the anime so they seem to have some sort of two-person {{hive mind}}. They love to play pranks on the other students and often function as some sort of off-beat [[GreekChorus narrators to the show's events]]. Still, they will help out their friends in times of need -- albeit in their own fashion.

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* Ryou and Fuu from ''{{Sketchbook}}'' ''Manga/{{Sketchbook}}'' are always together, seemingly living in their own world which only slightly touches upon reality. They do appear to understand ''each other'' perfectly though, which is already the case in the manga and which gets [[CharacterExaggeration exaggerated]] in the anime so they seem to have some sort of two-person {{hive mind}}. They love to play pranks on the other students and often function as some sort of off-beat [[GreekChorus narrators to the show's events]]. Still, they will help out their friends in times of need -- albeit in their own fashion.



* Hotaru of ''SamuraiDeeperKyo'' can't remember his own mentor's name and so calls him Yun Yun, [[RunningGag insists on moving caterpillars out of the way before fights]], asks directions from MauveShirt villain Kubira, and is off in his own world when he's not fighting. And that's just a short list.

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* Hotaru of ''SamuraiDeeperKyo'' ''Manga/SamuraiDeeperKyo'' can't remember his own mentor's name and so calls him Yun Yun, [[RunningGag insists on moving caterpillars out of the way before fights]], asks directions from MauveShirt villain Kubira, and is off in his own world when he's not fighting. And that's just a short list.
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