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28th May '16 2:36:27 AM Pavlov
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An enigmatic emotionless female character, which is practically unheard of. [[note]]Main/SarcasmMode[[/note]]

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An enigmatic emotionless female character, which is practically unheard of. [[note]]Main/SarcasmMode[[/note]]
Well, [[Main/RealLife in reality, anyway.]]
28th May '16 2:33:37 AM Pavlov
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An enigmatic emotionless female character, which is practically unheard of [[note]]Main/SarcasmMode.[[/note]]

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An enigmatic emotionless female character, which is practically unheard of [[note]]Main/SarcasmMode.[[/note]]
of. [[note]]Main/SarcasmMode[[/note]]
28th May '16 2:33:20 AM Pavlov
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An enigmatic emotionless female character, which is practically unheard of (Main/SarcasmMode).

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An enigmatic emotionless female character, which is practically unheard of (Main/SarcasmMode).
[[note]]Main/SarcasmMode.[[/note]]
28th May '16 2:32:03 AM Pavlov
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An enigmatic emotionless female character, which is practically unheard of.

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An enigmatic emotionless female character, which is practically unheard of.
of (Main/SarcasmMode).
26th May '16 5:50:04 AM Minni128
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** To some extent, six chapters afterwards, this becomes a bit more extreme, as when she starts to feel the aforementioned, she decides to, as the story put it, "destroy" that feeling and doesn't feel it again for the remainder of the chapter (a move called [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Disaffectation disaffection]]). The reason as to why she does this was because she couldn't cry, thus, she refuses to allow herself to feel them once they come, as, if she cannot express them well, then there isn't a purpose in feeling them, almost invoking this trope more directly.

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** To some extent, six chapters afterwards, this becomes a bit more extreme, as when she starts to feel the aforementioned, she decides to, as the story put it, "destroy" that feeling and doesn't feel it again for the remainder of the chapter (a move called [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Disaffectation disaffection]]). The reason as to why she does this was because she couldn't cry, thus, she refuses to allow herself to feel them once they come, as, if she cannot express them well, then there isn't a purpose in feeling them, almost invoking this trope more directly. In short, she would much rather be emotionless and not to feel emotions vs not being able to express them.
22nd May '16 7:34:52 PM Minni128
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** To some extent, six chapters afterwards, this becomes a bit more extreme, as when she starts to feel the aforementioned, she decides to, as the story put it, "destroy" that feeling and doesn't feel it again for the remainder of the chapter (a move called [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Disaffectation disaffection]]. The reason as to why she does this was because she couldn't cry, thus, she refuses to allow herself to feel them once they come, almost invoking this trope more directly.

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** To **To some extent, six chapters afterwards, this becomes a bit more extreme, as when she starts to feel the aforementioned, she decides to, as the story put it, "destroy" that feeling and doesn't feel it again for the remainder of the chapter (a move called [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Disaffectation disaffection]]. disaffection]]). The reason as to why she does this was because she couldn't cry, thus, she refuses to allow herself to feel them once they come, as, if she cannot express them well, then there isn't a purpose in feeling them, almost invoking this trope more directly.directly.
22nd May '16 7:30:13 PM Minni128
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**To some extent, six chapters afterwards, this becomes a bit more extreme, as when she starts to feel the aforementioned, she decides to, as the story put it, "destroy" that feeling and doesn't feel it again for the remainder of the chapter (a move called [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Disaffectation disaffection]]. The reason as to why she does this was because she couldn't cry, thus, she refuses to allow herself to feel them once they come, almost invoking this trope more directly.



* People suffering from [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aprosodia aprosodia]] are unable to convey emotions in their communication. They ''have'' emotions, they are simply having a hard time expressing them.
* In the same vein, there is a condition called alexithymia, which literally translates as 'to be without words for emotions'. An individual is either born with this trait, or acquires it (frequently as a result of an abusive upbringing).

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* People suffering from [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aprosodia aprosodia]] are unable to convey emotions in their communication. They ''have'' emotions, they are simply having a hard time expressing them.
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them, at least verbally.
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In the same vein, there is a condition called alexithymia, which literally translates as 'to be without words for emotions'. An individual is either born with this trait, or acquires it (frequently as a result of an abusive upbringing).
18th May '16 11:51:10 AM KamiKaze
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--> "I can't feel anything. For as long as I can remember, I've never been able to feel emotions. I pretend to be normal when I'm around other people, but on the inside, I feel nothing. It's not as bad as it may sound. I know that I'm broken, but I don't care. This is normal for me. But everything changed when I met him... my Senpai."
18th May '16 11:45:34 AM KamiKaze
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* The intro for ''VideoGame/YandereSimulator'' has the VillainProtagonist explain that she's never experienced emotions before, up until she met her Senpai. At which point, she experienced love for the first time. She soon felt rage when she met Osana, the first rival. What she does next is up to the player and how they choose to eliminate the rivals.
16th May '16 1:10:10 PM Gamermaster
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* The "Imouto" Misakas in ''LightNovel/ACertainMagicalIndex'' (except [[CheerfulChild Last Order]]). Because they were[[spoiler:produced in a lab for the sole purpose of being slaughtered]], they never learned how to express emotions, though it is clear that they do have them by the way they act.

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* The "Imouto" Misakas in ''LightNovel/ACertainMagicalIndex'' (except [[CheerfulChild Last Order]]). Because they were[[spoiler:produced were [[spoiler:produced in a lab for the sole purpose of being slaughtered]], they never learned how to express emotions, though it is clear that they do have them by the way they act.
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