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17th Nov '17 4:00:27 AM RedScharlach
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** Not just hinted at, it's rather plain, it's just that Miki has more respect that Hinagiku doesn't return the affection the same way. Doesn't stop her from a SkinshipGrope though.

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** Not just hinted at, it's rather plain, it's just that Miki has more respect respects the fact that Hinagiku doesn't return the affection the same way. Doesn't stop her from a SkinshipGrope though.



** In an early chapter there is an image of Nishizawa playing a loterry wheel game, a couple of dozen chapters later and it turns out she was trying to win her trip to Greece with that.
** Chapter 404 provides the most concrete and definitive example yet in the series. During a conversation with Ruka, Hayate says that[[spoiler: he doesn't plan to be Nagi's butler forever and will quit the day that his debt is paid off and Nagi can live on her own]]. And as he says this the panel shows the wind blowing a calender resulting in a close up of the date [[spoiler: December 24th]], confirming a [[BookEnds popular fan-theory]] for when the series would end.

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** In an early chapter there is an image of Nishizawa playing a loterry lottery wheel game, game; a couple of dozen chapters later and later, it turns out she was trying to win her a trip to Greece with that.
Greece.
** Chapter 404 provides the most concrete and definitive example yet in the series. During a conversation with Ruka, Hayate says that[[spoiler: he doesn't plan to be Nagi's butler forever and will quit the day that his debt is paid off and Nagi can live on her own]]. And as he says this the panel shows the wind blowing a calender calendar resulting in a close up close-up of the date [[spoiler: December [[spoiler:December 24th]], confirming a [[BookEnds popular fan-theory]] for when the series would end.



* GagDub - The Animax English dub is very faithful to the original dialogue, but once you add in accents, pop cultural references and some wacky lines, itís even more funnier.

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* GagDub - The Animax English dub is very faithful to the original dialogue, but once you add in accents, pop cultural references and some wacky lines, itís even more funnier.



* TheGrovel - Several times in ''Manga/HayateTheCombatButler'', Hayate thinks he has done something to make Hinagiku angry with him and he invokes this trope in an attempt to smooth things over. This usually suprises her, both because he hasn't done anything of the sort and she would have forgiven him instantly anyway.

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* TheGrovel - Several times in ''Manga/HayateTheCombatButler'', Hayate thinks he has done something to make Hinagiku angry with him and he invokes this trope in an attempt to smooth things over. This usually suprises surprises her, both because he hasn't done anything of the sort and she would have forgiven him instantly anyway.



-->'''Maria:''' Well, what I mean is ... going on that ''unknown vehicle'' with just the children...\\

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-->'''Maria:''' Well, what I mean is ...is... going on that ''unknown vehicle'' with just the children...\\
22nd Nov '16 6:26:38 AM crazysamaritan
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* GhostLights - The Ghost Priest has these.



* HimeCut - Isumi has this as well as the very traditional home and upbringing, even being a miko with the associated spiritual powers.
** Hinagiku as well, in the earlier chapters you can clearly see the 'line' used for her bangs. Due to the art style shifting, her bangs are a bit more uneven lately (often a bit longer on one side) but otherwise she fits this fine. She didn't really fit the archetype at first aside from a fairly high-class family but she has been growing into it quite well with her character development.
* HintDropping - Used by several characters, usually directed at Hayate or Wataru with varying levels of success (usually ranging from 'not working' to 'the exact opposite of what they wanted' but every now and then it works out.

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* HimeCut - HimeCut:
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Isumi has this as well as the very traditional home and upbringing, even being a miko with the associated spiritual powers.
** Hinagiku as well, Hinagiku, in the earlier chapters you can clearly see the 'line' used for her bangs. Due to the art style shifting, her bangs are a bit more uneven lately (often a bit longer on one side) but otherwise she fits this fine. She didn't really fit the archetype at first aside from a fairly high-class family but she has been growing into it quite well with her character development.
* HintDropping - HintDropping:
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Used by several characters, usually directed at Hayate or Wataru with varying levels of success (usually ranging from 'not working' to 'the exact opposite of what they wanted' but every now and then it works out.


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* HitodamaLight: There is a priest who only has lights around him after it is revealed he's actually a ghost.
11th Feb '16 10:29:10 AM ObsidianFire
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* GenreSavvy - Played straight in that [[MediumAwareness the characters know]] they're in a Shounen Action/Romance. Subverted, as the conclusions they draw based on that are [[WrongGenreSavvy typically wrong.]]
** Given how Ayumu continually grasps hold of her possible tropes and forces them to work, she may be playing this one completely straight.
** During the Greece Arc the girls seemed to have all gained new levels in GenreSavvy as all of them refer to "Hayate's misunderstandings that he's so good at making" and take this into consideration before jumping to conclusions.
*** Hinagiku, at least, gets to keep her levels afterward when she only briefly gets upset with Hayate for [[spoiler: him being crossdressed and getting hugged by Ruka]] before simply concluding that he's gotten into another predicament with a girl and offering to help him with it (she comes through of course).
*** Hinagiku also has started to extend this ability to the rest of what Hayate says to her, by picking up a bit of his thoughts from his casual compliments while learning not to take things at face value when he sticks his foot in his mouth yet again. They've been shown to have gotten quite a bit closer since she picked this up.
8th Nov '15 8:17:18 PM nombretomado
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* {{Expy}} - Hinagiku Katsura began as a clear {{Expy}} of Utena from ''Anime/RevolutionaryGirlUtena'', being an assertive and somewhat tomboyish girl with long, pink hair, good and school and sports, and being idolized by pretty much the whole school for being beautiful, talented, and kind if somewhat aloof. Including the [[EvenTheGirlsWantHer hoard of adoring fangirls gushing over her]]. She's basically Utena if she was on the student council instead of opposing it, although she's also the KendoTeamCaptain much like Utena's first opponent Saionji. Heck, for the early part of the series Hinagiku was even drawn in a different, much more flowery style than everyone else which heavily resembled the Utena art style, and her intro chapter cover even showed her with a suspiciously similar-looking rapier and lots and lots of the iconic Utena style roses. While she quickly became her own character, the heavy similarities combined with many elements of the actual plot bearing a striking resemblance to aspects of RevolutionaryGirlUtena - including the student council being atop a clock tower on a nexus of magic/spirit energy, a magical castle called "The End of the World", the "Pillars of Abraxas", and a "power of the gods" which may or may not bring revolution - are a prime source of speculation as Hinagiku becomes more and more entwined in it.

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* {{Expy}} - Hinagiku Katsura began as a clear {{Expy}} of Utena from ''Anime/RevolutionaryGirlUtena'', being an assertive and somewhat tomboyish girl with long, pink hair, good and school and sports, and being idolized by pretty much the whole school for being beautiful, talented, and kind if somewhat aloof. Including the [[EvenTheGirlsWantHer hoard of adoring fangirls gushing over her]]. She's basically Utena if she was on the student council instead of opposing it, although she's also the KendoTeamCaptain much like Utena's first opponent Saionji. Heck, for the early part of the series Hinagiku was even drawn in a different, much more flowery style than everyone else which heavily resembled the Utena art style, and her intro chapter cover even showed her with a suspiciously similar-looking rapier and lots and lots of the iconic Utena style roses. While she quickly became her own character, the heavy similarities combined with many elements of the actual plot bearing a striking resemblance to aspects of RevolutionaryGirlUtena ''Anime/RevolutionaryGirlUtena'' - including the student council being atop a clock tower on a nexus of magic/spirit energy, a magical castle called "The End of the World", the "Pillars of Abraxas", and a "power of the gods" which may or may not bring revolution - are a prime source of speculation as Hinagiku becomes more and more entwined in it.
8th Nov '15 8:17:08 PM nombretomado
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* {{Expy}} - Hinagiku Katsura began as a clear {{Expy}} of Utena from RevolutionaryGirlUtena, being an assertive and somewhat tomboyish girl with long, pink hair, good and school and sports, and being idolized by pretty much the whole school for being beautiful, talented, and kind if somewhat aloof. Including the [[EvenTheGirlsWantHer hoard of adoring fangirls gushing over her]]. She's basically Utena if she was on the student council instead of opposing it, although she's also the KendoTeamCaptain much like Utena's first opponent Saionji. Heck, for the early part of the series Hinagiku was even drawn in a different, much more flowery style than everyone else which heavily resembled the Utena art style, and her intro chapter cover even showed her with a suspiciously similar-looking rapier and lots and lots of the iconic Utena style roses. While she quickly became her own character, the heavy similarities combined with many elements of the actual plot bearing a striking resemblance to aspects of RevolutionaryGirlUtena - including the student council being atop a clock tower on a nexus of magic/spirit energy, a magical castle called "The End of the World", the "Pillars of Abraxas", and a "power of the gods" which may or may not bring revolution - are a prime source of speculation as Hinagiku becomes more and more entwined in it.

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* {{Expy}} - Hinagiku Katsura began as a clear {{Expy}} of Utena from RevolutionaryGirlUtena, ''Anime/RevolutionaryGirlUtena'', being an assertive and somewhat tomboyish girl with long, pink hair, good and school and sports, and being idolized by pretty much the whole school for being beautiful, talented, and kind if somewhat aloof. Including the [[EvenTheGirlsWantHer hoard of adoring fangirls gushing over her]]. She's basically Utena if she was on the student council instead of opposing it, although she's also the KendoTeamCaptain much like Utena's first opponent Saionji. Heck, for the early part of the series Hinagiku was even drawn in a different, much more flowery style than everyone else which heavily resembled the Utena art style, and her intro chapter cover even showed her with a suspiciously similar-looking rapier and lots and lots of the iconic Utena style roses. While she quickly became her own character, the heavy similarities combined with many elements of the actual plot bearing a striking resemblance to aspects of RevolutionaryGirlUtena - including the student council being atop a clock tower on a nexus of magic/spirit energy, a magical castle called "The End of the World", the "Pillars of Abraxas", and a "power of the gods" which may or may not bring revolution - are a prime source of speculation as Hinagiku becomes more and more entwined in it.
10th Aug '15 6:53:59 PM Hollownerox
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** In an early chapter there is an image of Nishizawa playing a loterry wheel game, a couple of dozen chapters later and it turns out she wins her trip to Greece with that.

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** In an early chapter there is an image of Nishizawa playing a loterry wheel game, a couple of dozen chapters later and it turns out she wins was trying to win her trip to Greece with that.
10th Aug '15 6:45:34 PM Hollownerox
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** In an early chapter there is an image of Nishizawa playing a loterry wheel game, a couple of dozen chapters later and it turns out she wins her trip to Greece with that.
2nd Jul '15 4:31:36 PM 313Bluestreak
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* InformedKindness: {{Parodied|Trope}}. The mafia loan-sharks bent on enslaving Hayate as setllement for his parents' debt are redundantly, near-exclusively and emphatically being referred to as "Exceptionally kind people".
5th May '15 4:39:28 PM nombretomado
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* FantasyKitchenSink - Let's see...super-human butlers, Robots, {{Talking Animal}}s, TimeTravel, {{Miko}}, [[NinjaPirateZombieRobot Vampire Miko]], ghosts, demons, demonic snakes, aliens, and [[GreekMythology whatever the heck Athena is.]]

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* FantasyKitchenSink - Let's see...super-human butlers, Robots, {{Talking Animal}}s, TimeTravel, {{Miko}}, [[NinjaPirateZombieRobot Vampire Miko]], ghosts, demons, demonic snakes, aliens, and [[GreekMythology [[Myth/GreekMythology whatever the heck Athena is.]]
6th Mar '15 7:50:02 PM marcoasalazarm
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* GeorgeJetsonJobSecurity: Among other gags regarding Klaus, a running one is him constantly threatening to fire Hayate if he cannot fulfill an assignment asked to him, no matter how virtually impossible or absurdly petty it is.
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