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24th Aug '17 3:23:22 PM EdnaWalker
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SubTrope of IWouldSayIfICouldSay. Contrast FurryReminder.

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SubTrope of IWouldSayIfICouldSay. Contrast FurryReminder. Compare and Contrast FurryLens.
24th Aug '17 2:25:05 PM KD
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* The cast of WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}} (and the book series it's based on) are basically a bunch of average kids, their families and teachers....who just happen to be different anthropomorphic critters. This is rarely, if ever, mentioned.

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* The cast of WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}} (and the book series it's based on) are basically a bunch of average kids, their families and teachers....who just happen to be different anthropomorphic critters. This is rarely, if ever, rarely mentioned.
10th May '17 1:12:36 AM CaptainTedium
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* Volume II of ''ComicBook/TheLeagueOfExtraordinaryGentlemen'' had this demonstrated by H-9, a hybrid creation of [[Literature/TheIslandOfDoctorMoreau Dr. Moreau]] who happens to be a more ferocious version of the title character of ''ComicStrip/RupertBear''. He scolds H-14 (Tiger Tim) for crawling on all fours and lapping up water and angrily insists that he and the other hybrids are "not beasts" when Mina insists on referring to them as such.
7th May '17 8:52:02 PM chopshop
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* PlayedForDrama and deconstructed in ''Film/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy'' and its sequels. Rocket Raccoon is an [[UpliftedAnimal uplifted raccoon]], but ''hates'' being reminded of that fact and reacts with with extreme fury when people press the topic. This is because he believes that everyone sees him as just a dumb animal pumped full of mutagens and cybernetics, rather than as a real person. Not to mention his uplifting was a horrific and traumatic experience that he'd really prefer to not be reminded of.
19th Mar '17 8:44:11 AM ImperialMajestyXO
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[[FridgeLogic Weird, ain't it?]] This may indicate that a FunnyAnimal is unaware that he is an animal. This may also apply to actions, such as a dog eating ice cream or chocolate without getting sick, or a [[IAmWeasel weasel]] [[InterspeciesRomance having a romantic relationship with a human]] with no comment whatsoever. Most likely, it implies that the creator views the character's appearance as simply cosmetic; as far as the setting is concerned, they're just as human as you, no matter what they might look like. Ever wonder why WesternAnimation/MickeyMouse was never shown with [[StockAnimalDiet cheese]] in the theatrical cartoons? Creator/WaltDisney himself forbade it!

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[[FridgeLogic Weird, ain't it?]] This may indicate that a FunnyAnimal is unaware that he is an animal. This may also apply to actions, such as a dog eating ice cream or chocolate without getting sick, or a [[IAmWeasel weasel]] [[InterspeciesRomance having a romantic relationship with a human]] with no comment whatsoever. Most likely, it implies that the creator views the character's appearance as simply cosmetic; as far as the setting is concerned, they're just as human as you, no matter what they might look like. Ever wonder why WesternAnimation/MickeyMouse was never shown with [[StockAnimalDiet cheese]] cheese in the theatrical cartoons? Creator/WaltDisney himself forbade it!
19th Mar '17 8:43:38 AM ImperialMajestyXO
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[[FridgeLogic Weird, ain't it?]] This may indicate that a FunnyAnimal is unaware that he is an animal. This may also apply to actions, such as a dog eating ice cream or chocolate without getting sick, or a [[IAmWeasel weasel]] [[InterspeciesRomance having a romantic relationship with a human]] with no comment whatsoever. Most likely, it implies that the creator views the character's appearance as simply cosmetic; as far as the setting is concerned, they're just as human as you, no matter what they might look like. Ever wonder why WesternAnimation/MickeyMouse was never shown with cheese in the theatrical cartoons? Creator/WaltDisney himself forbade it!

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[[FridgeLogic Weird, ain't it?]] This may indicate that a FunnyAnimal is unaware that he is an animal. This may also apply to actions, such as a dog eating ice cream or chocolate without getting sick, or a [[IAmWeasel weasel]] [[InterspeciesRomance having a romantic relationship with a human]] with no comment whatsoever. Most likely, it implies that the creator views the character's appearance as simply cosmetic; as far as the setting is concerned, they're just as human as you, no matter what they might look like. Ever wonder why WesternAnimation/MickeyMouse was never shown with cheese [[StockAnimalDiet cheese]] in the theatrical cartoons? Creator/WaltDisney himself forbade it!
18th Mar '17 4:41:51 AM Psyclone
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** A particularly funny example was in the episode where Meowth, Team Rocket, Ash and Misty have a Pokémon tournament to decide who gets to keep Togepi. When it's Meowth's turn to duel, he realizes he has no Pokémon. After failing to get Team Rocket to lend him one of theirs, it suddenly dawns on him that ''he's'' a Pokémon and can thus act as ''his own trainer''. HilarityEnsues.

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** A particularly funny example was in the episode where Meowth, Team Rocket, Ash and Misty have a Pokémon tournament to decide who gets to keep Togepi. When it's Meowth's turn to duel, he realizes he has no Pokémon. After failing to get Team Rocket to lend him one of theirs, it suddenly dawns on him that ''he's'' a Pokémon Pokémon... and can thus act as ''his own trainer''.can bark commands at ''himself''. HilarityEnsues.
14th Mar '17 5:46:16 AM Granitoons
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** The episode 'The Million Dollar Derby' has this line.
-->'''Benny:''' I like animals. Some of my best friends are animals.
4th Feb '17 2:09:01 AM Luppercus
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* This happens quite often on ''WesternAnimation/GoofTroop''. In one episode, a bystander said that [[FatCat PJ]] "can't be human". They also make frequent references to things being "humanly possible". Everyone in-universe seems to be some sort of cat (Pete and P.J.) or dog (every other "anthro" character) except for occasional cameos (which aren't human either).



* This happens quite often on ''WesternAnimation/GoofTroop''. In one episode, a bystander said that [[FatCat PJ]] "can't be human". They also make frequent references to things being "humanly possible". Everyone in-universe seems to be some sort of cat (Pete and P.J.) or dog (every other "anthro" character) except for occasional cameos (which aren't human either).
4th Feb '17 2:07:06 AM Luppercus
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