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29th Jul '16 2:15:44 PM Malady
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* ''Website/NotAlwaysRight'': Several attempted scams end with a small child asking why their parents are lying to the employees.
** [[http://notalwaysright.com/blowing-things-out-and-up-of-proportion/23416 “How come you said she planted a bomb? She didn’t!”]]
** [[http://notalwaysright.com/so-good-she-doesnt-need-a-weapon/17573 Secret agent!]]
** [[http://notalwaysright.com/putting-the-cuss-into-repercussions/28523 “I’m sorry my nana said that.]] She doesn’t know you’re not allowed to say the f-word.”
** [[http://notalwaysright.com/a-detergent-deterrence/32911 "But Mommy, you told me to open it!"]]
24th Jul '16 7:25:43 PM Evighet
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* The belief that children could not lie about terrible things led to the deaths of countless women, men and even other children during the witch panic that swept mainly through Europe but also the US in the 17th century.
19th Jul '16 5:26:58 PM Minni128
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** Later in the story, she also doesn't quite comprehend what death is, regardless, she feels the pain of loss. Satsuki acknowledges this and explains to her that their father died, telling her, that "he's where the stars are" and that, where he is, is where people who've passed away go.

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** Later in the story, her innocence is more emphasized, as its made clear that she also doesn't quite comprehend what death is, regardless, she feels the pain of loss. Satsuki acknowledges this and explains to her that their father died, telling her, that "he's where the stars are" and that, where he is, is where people who've passed away go.
19th Jul '16 2:51:09 PM Minni128
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* In ''Cellar Secrets'', having lived most of her life in a cellar since her formative years, Ryuuko doesn't have much comprehension of how the world works and most things she sees are new, fascinating or, otherwise, frightening to her. A notable case of this in the story is in chapter nine where she goes outside for the first time and seems to be elated by what she's encountered. However, this does have its drawbacks as due to her innocence, she is prone to putting things in her mouth to see what it is, having not a chance to learn much else otherwise.

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* In ''Cellar Secrets'', ''Fanfic/CellarSecrets'', having lived most of her life in a cellar since her formative years, Ryuuko doesn't have much comprehension of how the world works and most things she sees are new, fascinating or, otherwise, frightening to her. A notable case of this in the story is in chapter nine where she goes outside for the first time and seems to be elated by what she's encountered. However, this does have its drawbacks as due to her innocence, she is prone to putting things in her mouth to see what it is, having not a chance to learn much else otherwise.otherwise.
**Later in the story, she also doesn't quite comprehend what death is, regardless, she feels the pain of loss. Satsuki acknowledges this and explains to her that their father died, telling her, that "he's where the stars are" and that, where he is, is where people who've passed away go.
29th Jun '16 6:39:41 PM MsChibi
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* In the ''Literature/LeftBehind'' series, all children 12 and under, even children who were born to or raised by non-Christian parents, and even ''fetuses'' are automatically CaughtUpInTheRapture, on the grounds that they're really too young to have committed any major sins or decided for themselves which religion to follow or not follow.
29th Jun '16 6:39:11 PM MsChibi
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* In the ''Literature/LeftBehind'' series, all children 12 and under, even children who were born to or raised by non-Christian parents, and even ''fetuses'' are automatically CaughtUpInTheRapture, on the grounds that they're really too young to have committed any major sins or decided for themselves which religion to follow or not follow.
29th Jun '16 3:12:02 PM FlakyPorcupine
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* Molly, the protagonist's daughter in ''VideoGame/OneChance'', seems to not understand that the world is dying in less than a week. What makes it worse is her question of "Where's mummy, daddy?" if your wife [[spoiler:commits suicide]].
11th Jun '16 5:50:29 PM gumballclarence
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* The title character of ''WesternAnimation/Clarence'' lives this trope. He is really naive and loves everyone, even bullies.

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* The title character of ''WesternAnimation/Clarence'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Clarence}}'' lives this trope. He is really naive and loves everyone, even bullies.
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