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8th Oct '17 8:18:35 AM voidgod
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** Although in the GrandFinale when Kotori outright confessed to him, he DID get that, and blushed madly.
6th Oct '17 3:37:37 AM Timh
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** As of the latest of the anime series, the list of girls to have shown canon feelings for him include [[FieryRedhead Misty]], [[LoveTriangle Melody]], [[PlayingWithFire Macey]], [[PsychicPowers Anabel]], [[BirdsOfAFeather Angie]], and [[ChildhoodFriends Serena]]. To say nothing of the ''[[InterspeciesRomance Pokémon]]'' (like [[ClingyJealousGirl Chikorita]], [[OlympusMons Latias]], Smoochum, Aipom, [[HoYay Oshawott]] and ''maybe'' Meloetta) who have developed crushes on him. Although, as of the Unova League, he does seem to have picked up on the concept of HoYay, at least when ''he's'' in [[HotSpringsEpisode the compromising situation]]...

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** As of the latest of the anime series, the list of girls to have shown canon feelings for him include [[FieryRedhead Misty]], [[LoveTriangle Melody]], [[PlayingWithFire Macey]], [[PsychicPowers Anabel]], [[BirdsOfAFeather Angie]], and [[ChildhoodFriends Serena]]. To say nothing of the ''[[InterspeciesRomance Pokémon]]'' (like [[ClingyJealousGirl Chikorita]], [[OlympusMons Latias]], Smoochum, Aipom, [[HoYay Oshawott]] and ''maybe'' Meloetta) who have developed crushes on him. Although, as of the Unova League, he does seem to have picked up on the concept of HoYay, at least when ''he's'' in [[HotSpringsEpisode the compromising situation]]...
3rd Oct '17 5:29:39 AM kuchiki222
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** On the other hand, Sasuke is either a straight example of this or a CelibateHero, pre-FaceHeelTurn at least. But Sasuke would be more likely this than CelibateHero. The fact that one of his goals was to revive his clan and how he just tells every girl to get lost says much. Many fans even joke about how Sasuke doesn't know how babies are made.

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** On the other hand, Sasuke is either a straight example of this or a CelibateHero, pre-FaceHeelTurn at least. But Sasuke would be more likely this than CelibateHero. The fact that one of his goals was to revive his clan and how he just tells every girl to get lost says much. Many fans even joke about how Sasuke doesn't know how babies are made. [[spoiler:Once Sasuke pulls a HeelFaceTurn for good, he and Sakura become a couple and also have a daughter.]]
23rd Sep '17 8:53:51 PM mouschilight
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* A use of the concept is found in ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'', where despite his obvious one-sided crush on Sakura ([[ShipSinking until Chapter 469]]), Naruto completely misses Hinata's obvious crush on ''him''. This seems to be a matter of personality, as the [[HotBlooded loud and exuberant]] Naruto was annoyingly persistent in his pursuit of Sakura in Part I, while Hinata was so [[ShrinkingViolet painfully shy]] she could barely talk to him [[CharacterDevelopment until Part II]]. It is revealed in ''Anime/TheLastNarutoTheMovie'' that Naruto doesn't understand the concept of [[WhatIsThisThingYouCallLove romantic love]], and thereby can't tell the differences between TheFourLoves: he thought Hinata's love for him was the same as his love for ramen. [[LovingAShadow His pursuit of Sakura was more about his rivalry with Sasuke than any actual romantic feelings]]--which was implied back in Chapter 3. Considering that Naruto never had the unconditional affection that most people had with their families due to being both an orphan and the village pariah for most of his childhood, [[FridgeBrilliance his inability to truly understand romantic love actually makes a lot of sense]]. Naruto does finally understand what romantic love actually means during ''The Last'', [[spoiler:which helps him realize both Hinata's feelings and his own as romantic, which leads to them ''finally'' becoming a couple]].
** On the other hand, Sasuke is either a straight example of this or a CelibateHero.
*** Pre-FaceHeelTurn at least. But Sasuke would be more likely this than CelibateHero. The fact that one of his goals was to revive his clan and how he just tells every girl to get lost says much. Many fans even joke about how Sasuke doesn't know how babies are made.

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* A use of the concept is found in ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'', where despite his ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'':
** Despite Naruto's
obvious one-sided crush on Sakura ([[ShipSinking until Chapter 469]]), Naruto he completely misses Hinata's obvious crush on ''him''. This seems to be a matter of personality, as the [[HotBlooded loud and exuberant]] Naruto was annoyingly persistent in his pursuit of Sakura in Part I, while Hinata was so [[ShrinkingViolet painfully shy]] she could barely talk to him [[CharacterDevelopment until Part II]]. It is revealed in ''Anime/TheLastNarutoTheMovie'' that Naruto doesn't understand the concept of [[WhatIsThisThingYouCallLove romantic love]], and thereby can't tell the differences between TheFourLoves: he thought Hinata's love for him was the same as his love for ramen. [[LovingAShadow His pursuit of Sakura was more about his rivalry with Sasuke than any actual romantic feelings]]--which was implied back in Chapter 3. Considering that Naruto never had the unconditional affection that most people had with their families due to being both an orphan and the village pariah for most of his childhood, [[FridgeBrilliance his inability to truly understand romantic love actually makes a lot of sense]]. Naruto does finally understand what romantic love actually means during in ''The Last'', [[spoiler:which which helps him realize [[spoiler:realize both Hinata's feelings and his own as romantic, which leads to them ''finally'' becoming a couple]].
** On the other hand, Sasuke is either a straight example of this or a CelibateHero.
*** Pre-FaceHeelTurn
CelibateHero, pre-FaceHeelTurn at least. But Sasuke would be more likely this than CelibateHero. The fact that one of his goals was to revive his clan and how he just tells every girl to get lost says much. Many fans even joke about how Sasuke doesn't know how babies are made.
6th Sep '17 2:55:40 PM Peteman
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** [[http://i979.photobucket.com/albums/ae279/Bastion_Arcion/ButlersMeme.jpg Hayate]] expressly states that he falls into this trope hard.

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** [[http://i979.photobucket.com/albums/ae279/Bastion_Arcion/ButlersMeme.jpg Hayate]] expressly states that he falls into this trope hard.trope.
10th Aug '17 10:12:03 PM mouschilight
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10th Aug '17 9:59:21 PM mouschilight
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* A use of the concept is found in ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'', where despite his obvious one-sided crush on Sakura, Naruto completely misses Hinata's obvious crush on ''him''. This seems to be a matter of personality, as the [[HotBlooded loud and exuberant]] Naruto was annoyingly persistent in his pursuit of Sakura in Part I, while Hinata was so [[ShrinkingViolet painfully shy]] she could barely talk to him [[CharacterDevelopment until Part II]]. It is revealed in ''Anime/TheLastNarutoTheMovie'' that Naruto doesn't understand the concept of [[WhatIsThisThingYouCallLove romantic love]], and thereby can't tell the difference between TheFourLoves: he thought Hinata's love for him was the same as his love for ramen. [[LovingAShadow His pursuit of Sakura was more about his rivalry with Sasuke than any actual romantic feelings for her]]--which was implied way back in [[http://www.mangapanda.com/naruto/3/17 Chapter 3]]. Considering the fact that Naruto never had the unconditional affection that most people had with their families due to being both an orphan and the village pariah for most of his childhood, [[FridgeBrilliance his inability to truly understand romantic love actually makes a lot of sense]]. Naruto does finally understand what romantic love actually means during ''The Last'', [[spoiler:[[LoveRevelationEpiphany which helps him realize both Hinata's feelings for him and the true nature of his own for her]], which leads to them ''finally'' becoming an OfficialCouple]].

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* A use of the concept is found in ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'', where despite his obvious one-sided crush on Sakura, Sakura ([[ShipSinking until Chapter 469]]), Naruto completely misses Hinata's obvious crush on ''him''. This seems to be a matter of personality, as the [[HotBlooded loud and exuberant]] Naruto was annoyingly persistent in his pursuit of Sakura in Part I, while Hinata was so [[ShrinkingViolet painfully shy]] she could barely talk to him [[CharacterDevelopment until Part II]]. It is revealed in ''Anime/TheLastNarutoTheMovie'' that Naruto doesn't understand the concept of [[WhatIsThisThingYouCallLove romantic love]], and thereby can't tell the difference differences between TheFourLoves: he thought Hinata's love for him was the same as his love for ramen. [[LovingAShadow His pursuit of Sakura was more about his rivalry with Sasuke than any actual romantic feelings for her]]--which feelings]]--which was implied way back in [[http://www.mangapanda.com/naruto/3/17 Chapter 3]]. 3. Considering the fact that Naruto never had the unconditional affection that most people had with their families due to being both an orphan and the village pariah for most of his childhood, [[FridgeBrilliance his inability to truly understand romantic love actually makes a lot of sense]]. Naruto does finally understand what romantic love actually means during ''The Last'', [[spoiler:[[LoveRevelationEpiphany which [[spoiler:which helps him realize both Hinata's feelings for him and the true nature of his own for her]], as romantic, which leads to them ''finally'' becoming an OfficialCouple]].a couple]].
29th Jun '17 1:48:07 PM ultimomant
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* The grown up Godzilla jr. has this trope knocked in ''Fanfic/TheBridge''. While he is a benign soul and his new unicorn form [[TallDarkAndHandsome is alicorn size, dark; and not bad looking]], he's completely clueless about romance. When a guardsmare named Blade Dancer starts flirting with him, his reaction is an odd mixture of confusion, shyness; and being creeped out.
-->'''Author in response to being asked why:''' The only prolonged female contact he's had is his human caretakers during his youth, his cousin Raiga; and a moth the size of two 747s. He hasn't exactly been acquainted with with the wide, scary world of dating

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* The grown up Godzilla jr. Junior has this trope knocked in ''Fanfic/TheBridge''. While he is a benign soul and his new unicorn form [[TallDarkAndHandsome is alicorn size, dark; and not bad looking]], he's completely clueless about romance. When a guardsmare named Blade Dancer starts flirting with him, his reaction is an odd mixture of confusion, shyness; and being creeped out.
out. He eventually grows out of it when he realizes and admits he has feelings for Princess Luna.
-->'''Author in response to being asked why:''' The only prolonged female contact he's had is his human caretakers during his youth, his cousin Raiga; and a moth the size of two 747s. He hasn't exactly been acquainted with with the wide, scary world of datingdating.
15th Jun '17 11:50:54 AM mouschilight
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* A use of the concept is found in ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'', where despite his obvious one-sided crush on Sakura, Naruto completely misses Hinata's obvious crush on ''him''. This seems to be a matter of personality, as the [[HotBlooded loud and exuberant]] Naruto was annoyingly persistent in his pursuit of Sakura in Part I, while Hinata was so [[ShrinkingViolet painfully shy]] she could barely talk to him [[CharacterDevelopment until Part II]]. It is revealed in ''Anime/TheLastNarutoTheMovie'' that Naruto doesn't understand the concept of [[WhatIsThisThingYouCallLove romantic love]], and thereby can't tell the difference between TheFourLoves: he thought Hinata's love for him was the same as his love for ramen. [[LovingAShadow His pursuit of Sakura was more about his rivalry with Sasuke than any actual romantic feelings for her]]--which was implied way back in [[http://www.mangapanda.com/naruto/3/17 Chapter 3]]. Considering the fact that Naruto never had the unconditional affection that most people had with their families due to being both an orphan and the village pariah for most of his childhood, [[FridgeBrilliance his inability to truly understand romantic love actually makes a lot of sense]]. Naruto does finally understand what romantic love actually means during ''The Last'', where [[spoiler:[[LoveRevelationEpiphany it helps him realize both Hinata's feelings for him and the true nature of his own for her]], which leads to them ''finally'' becoming an OfficialCouple]].

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* A use of the concept is found in ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'', where despite his obvious one-sided crush on Sakura, Naruto completely misses Hinata's obvious crush on ''him''. This seems to be a matter of personality, as the [[HotBlooded loud and exuberant]] Naruto was annoyingly persistent in his pursuit of Sakura in Part I, while Hinata was so [[ShrinkingViolet painfully shy]] she could barely talk to him [[CharacterDevelopment until Part II]]. It is revealed in ''Anime/TheLastNarutoTheMovie'' that Naruto doesn't understand the concept of [[WhatIsThisThingYouCallLove romantic love]], and thereby can't tell the difference between TheFourLoves: he thought Hinata's love for him was the same as his love for ramen. [[LovingAShadow His pursuit of Sakura was more about his rivalry with Sasuke than any actual romantic feelings for her]]--which was implied way back in [[http://www.mangapanda.com/naruto/3/17 Chapter 3]]. Considering the fact that Naruto never had the unconditional affection that most people had with their families due to being both an orphan and the village pariah for most of his childhood, [[FridgeBrilliance his inability to truly understand romantic love actually makes a lot of sense]]. Naruto does finally understand what romantic love actually means during ''The Last'', where [[spoiler:[[LoveRevelationEpiphany it which helps him realize both Hinata's feelings for him and the true nature of his own for her]], which leads to them ''finally'' becoming an OfficialCouple]].
15th Jun '17 11:44:44 AM mouschilight
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* A use of the concept is found in ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'', where the titular hero, despite his obvious one-sided crush on Sakura, completely misses Hinata's obvious crush on ''him''. This seems to be a matter of personality, as the [[HotBlooded loud and exuberant]] Naruto is annoyingly persistent in his pursuit of Sakura, while Hinata is so [[ShrinkingViolet painfully shy]] she can barely talk to him ([[CharacterDevelopment at least until Part II]]). We find out in ''Anime/TheLastNarutoTheMovie'' that Naruto didn't understand the concept of romantic love: he thought Hinata's love for him was the same as his love for ramen. [[LovingAShadow His pursuit of Sakura was more about his rivalry with Sasuke than any genuine romantic feelings for her]]--which was implied way back in [[http://www.mangapanda.com/93-3-17/naruto/chapter-3.html Chapter 3]]. Naruto eventually learns during ''The Last'', where [[LoveRevelationEpiphany he finally realizes Hinata's feelings for him and the true nature of his own for her]], which leads to them ''finally'' becoming an OfficialCouple.

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* A use of the concept is found in ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'', where the titular hero, despite his obvious one-sided crush on Sakura, Naruto completely misses Hinata's obvious crush on ''him''. This seems to be a matter of personality, as the [[HotBlooded loud and exuberant]] Naruto is was annoyingly persistent in his pursuit of Sakura, Sakura in Part I, while Hinata is was so [[ShrinkingViolet painfully shy]] she can could barely talk to him ([[CharacterDevelopment at least [[CharacterDevelopment until Part II]]). We find out II]]. It is revealed in ''Anime/TheLastNarutoTheMovie'' that Naruto didn't doesn't understand the concept of [[WhatIsThisThingYouCallLove romantic love: love]], and thereby can't tell the difference between TheFourLoves: he thought Hinata's love for him was the same as his love for ramen. [[LovingAShadow His pursuit of Sakura was more about his rivalry with Sasuke than any genuine actual romantic feelings for her]]--which was implied way back in [[http://www.mangapanda.com/93-3-17/naruto/chapter-3.html com/naruto/3/17 Chapter 3]]. Considering the fact that Naruto eventually learns never had the unconditional affection that most people had with their families due to being both an orphan and the village pariah for most of his childhood, [[FridgeBrilliance his inability to truly understand romantic love actually makes a lot of sense]]. Naruto does finally understand what romantic love actually means during ''The Last'', where [[LoveRevelationEpiphany he finally realizes [[spoiler:[[LoveRevelationEpiphany it helps him realize both Hinata's feelings for him and the true nature of his own for her]], which leads to them ''finally'' becoming an OfficialCouple.OfficialCouple]].



*** Pre FaceHeelTurn at least. But Sasuke would be more likely this than CelibateHero. The fact that one of his goals was to revive his clan and how he just tells every girl to get lost says much. Many fans even joke about how Sasuke doesn't know how babies are made.
* Pre-[[Anime/DragonBallZ DBZ]] Son Goku from ''Manga/DragonBall''. He only agreed to marry Chi-Chi because he thought "marriage" was a type of food. (Their wedding night must have been an exercise in patience for Chi-Chi...) He must have learned something from it, considering the kids they had.

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*** Pre FaceHeelTurn Pre-FaceHeelTurn at least. But Sasuke would be more likely this than CelibateHero. The fact that one of his goals was to revive his clan and how he just tells every girl to get lost says much. Many fans even joke about how Sasuke doesn't know how babies are made.
* Pre-[[Anime/DragonBallZ DBZ]] Son Goku from ''Manga/DragonBall''. He only agreed to marry Chi-Chi because he thought "marriage" was a type of food. (Their wedding night must have been an exercise in patience for Chi-Chi...) He must have learned something from it, considering the two kids they had.
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