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23rd Jul '16 4:30:13 PM nombretomado
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* WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck in one story by CarlBarks where he becomes a fire brigade officer, of all the jobs possible.

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* WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck in one story by CarlBarks Creator/CarlBarks where he becomes a fire brigade officer, of all the jobs possible.
12th Jul '16 1:24:18 PM Willbyr
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* Tigre from ''LightNovel/MadanNoOuToVanadis'' is a rather heavy sleeper. While he can be woken for important matters (like wars), those who try to wake him may end up [[{{ThanksForTheMammary}} groped or even tackled]] while he remains sleeping, and a sword to the mouth, a strong [[{{ArmorPiercingSlap}} slap]] or an equivalent sensation is necessary to wake him.

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* Tigre from ''LightNovel/MadanNoOuToVanadis'' ''LightNovel/LordMarksmanAndVanadis'' is a rather heavy sleeper. While he can be woken for important matters (like wars), those who try to wake him may end up [[{{ThanksForTheMammary}} [[ThanksForTheMammary groped or even tackled]] while he remains sleeping, and a sword to the mouth, a strong [[{{ArmorPiercingSlap}} [[ArmorPiercingSlap slap]] or an equivalent sensation is necessary to wake him.
14th Jun '16 5:08:04 PM Someoneman
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* "Heavy Sleeper" is a disadvantage you can take for bonus points in ''VideoGame/{{Cataclysm}}: Dark Days Ahead'', which makes it harder for loud noises to wake you up while sleeping. However, extremely loud noises such as explosions will still wake you up.
19th May '16 11:23:34 PM JMQwilleran
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* Chicken Joe, the titular main character of Music/TroutFishingInAmerica's picture book ''Chicken Joe Forgets Something Important'' is actually a cat who sings that he needs "''16 hours of way down deep / 16 or 17 hours of sleep / at least 16 hours of sleep...''" He'd have more, but he has to eat.
11th Apr '16 4:26:24 PM johnsmithxxi
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* ''Series/IDreamOfJeannie'': In "Meet My Master's Mother", furious with Major Nelson's visiting mother, Jeannie seeks to disrupt her sleep by playing drums, trumpets, and even firing a cannon. Mrs. Nelson doesn't so much as bat an eye . . . until Major Nelson leaves his room, calling for her asking if she heard anything. Jeannie is then punished with LaserGuidedKarma for her mean-spirited pranks, when Mrs. Nelson innocently uses Jeannie's bottle (with Jeannie in it) to mix up a batch of shampoo! [[spoiler: In the end, Jeannie tries a much more successful "if you can't beat them, join them" approach]]
6th Mar '16 4:34:42 AM Adam43
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** However, he finally woke up for a short time in one episode to confront Bijou, who was crying.

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** However, he finally woke up for a short time in one episode to confront cheer up Bijou, who was crying.
5th Mar '16 12:41:50 PM rafi
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* Ranma Saotome in ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf'' (who on occasion has been known to sleep through full-on fights he participated in). This has led to some [[EpilepticTrees wild theories]] on how well him being married to [[{{Tsundere}} Akane]] might work out. Some people sleepwalk, Akane sleep''fights''. [[FetishFuel Think about it]]. Hilariously used when Nabiki pours cold water on him when he's sleeping to take pictures of his girl self, then adds hot water so he'll turn back to normal. Ranma later wakes up and thinks [[PottyFailure he has peed in his sleep.]]
* Rock Lee from ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' is known for sleepwalking for days, keeping a fighting spirit when unconscious as a result of [[TrainingFromHell insane training of reflexes]], as well as being part-time asleep while accidentally drunk-fighting [[ConfusionFu (as either a ruse or really falling asleep in them middle of a fight and waking from incredible reflexes repeatedly, not sure which)]].
** An {{Omake}} features Yamato, Naruto and Kakashi sleeping in camp. Turns out Naruto's hyper even while fast asleep - he not only snores like a buzzsaw but starts dreaming about fighting, up to and including forming a Rasengan. [[ButtMonkey Yamato]] gets no rest at all, but Kakashi (who had the foresight to wear earplugs) sleeps through the whole thing. "That's just not fair."
* ''Manga/YoureUnderArrest'': Natsumi's almost always late for work, because she's usually either too tired from playing games all night, or [[HardDrinkingPartyGirl so hungover]] that she's too sick to her stomach to get up. If it weren't for Miyuki helping to sober her up in time for their shift, Natsumi might not have a job.
* Monkey D. Luffy in ''Manga/OnePiece''. In one instance, his crew member Roronoa Zoro bounced off his belly without rousing him. After a fight he will either eat or sleep continuously, and after Ennies lobby somehow taught himself to eat while sleeping to cope.
** We later see that Luffy's brother, Ace, is also a Heavy Sleeper. He once feel asleep while in the middle of eating a feast. The others around him thought he had been poisoned by the food, until he snapped back awake a moment later. After confirming he was just sleeping, and unharmed, he dropped off again mid-conversation.
** Garp remained asleep despite being sliced across the chest by a giant axe. Eneru on the other hand dosed off as his opponent did his best to kill him (stabbing a spear through his head and slicing him in two for starters). Then again, he ''was'' simply showing off his invulnerability.
** Even Zoro, who once slept through a high-seas storm.
* Snoozer in ''Anime/{{Hamtaro}}'', who takes this to extremes in that every time we see him, he's either asleep or talking in his sleep.
** However, he finally woke up for a short time in one episode to confront Bijou, who was crying.

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* Ranma Saotome in ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf'' (who on occasion has been known Sakura Kinomoto from ''Manga/CardcaptorSakura'' doesn't start as one, but begins to sleep through full-on fights he participated in). This has led to some [[EpilepticTrees wild theories]] on how well him being married to [[{{Tsundere}} Akane]] might work out. Some people sleepwalk, Akane sleep''fights''. [[FetishFuel Think about it]]. Hilariously used more and fall asleep everywhere [[spoiler: as she starts transforming the Clow Cards into Sakura Cards, which drains her of energy a L O T.]] Similarly, [[spoiler: Yukito/Yue]] takes his up as [[spoiler: his limited life energy starts running out; it's only fixed when Nabiki pours cold water on Touya gives him when he's his own psychic energy so he won't fade away (And then ''he'' starts sleeping to take pictures of his girl self, then adds hot water so he'll turn back to normal. Ranma later wakes up and thinks [[PottyFailure he has peed in his sleep.more...).]]
* Rock Lee Ivan Whisky/001 from ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' is known ''Manga{{Cyborg 009}}''. JustifiedTrope, though: he's a ''very'' powerful [[PsychicPowers telepath and telekinetic]] [[NotAllowedToGrowUp trapped in the body of]] [[GooGooGodlike a baby]], so he logically requires long rest after he uses his power for sleepwalking for days, keeping a fighting spirit too long.
* Chief Komui Lee in ''Manga/DGrayMan''. Nothing can wake him
when unconscious as a result of [[TrainingFromHell insane training of reflexes]], as well as being part-time asleep while accidentally drunk-fighting [[ConfusionFu (as either a ruse or really falling asleep in them middle of a fight and waking from incredible reflexes repeatedly, not sure which)]].
** An {{Omake}} features Yamato, Naruto and Kakashi sleeping in camp. Turns out Naruto's hyper even while fast asleep -
he not only snores like a buzzsaw but starts dreaming sleeps, save one thing: mentioning that his sister, Lenalee Lee, is getting married. ([[BigBrotherInstinct He's rather overprotective about fighting, up to and including forming a Rasengan. [[ButtMonkey Yamato]] gets no rest at all, but Kakashi (who had the foresight to wear earplugs) sleeps through the whole thing. "That's her.]])
* God of Destruction Beerus from ''Anime/DragonBallZBattleOfGods''; he doesn't use an alarm clock, he uses alarm '''''bombs'''''. Yes, plural;
just not fair."
* ''Manga/YoureUnderArrest'': Natsumi's almost always late for work, because she's usually either too tired from playing games all night, or [[HardDrinkingPartyGirl so hungover]] that she's too sick to her stomach
one isn't enough to get up. If it weren't for Miyuki helping to sober her up in time for their shift, Natsumi might not have a job.
* Monkey D. Luffy in ''Manga/OnePiece''. In one instance,
him out of bed (though his crew member Roronoa Zoro bounced off assistant Whis [[CoolAndUnusualPunishment threatening to]] [[DreadfulMusician sing karaoke]] does the job just as well).
* Midnight, a villain in ''Manga/FairyTail'', can ''fight'' in
his belly without rousing him. After a fight he will either eat or sleep, and has yet to be depicted awake several chapters into the arc.
* Kyou Sohma from ''Manga/FruitsBasket'' can
sleep continuously, and after Ennies lobby somehow taught himself to eat while sleeping to cope.
** We later see that Luffy's brother, Ace, is also a Heavy Sleeper. He once feel asleep while in the middle of eating a feast. The others around him thought he had been poisoned by the food, until he snapped back awake a moment later. After confirming he was just sleeping, and unharmed, he dropped off again mid-conversation.
** Garp remained asleep despite being sliced across the chest by a giant axe. Eneru on the other hand dosed off as his opponent did his best to kill him (stabbing a spear through his head and slicing him in two for starters). Then again, he ''was'' simply showing off his invulnerability.
** Even Zoro, who once slept
through a high-seas storm.
* Snoozer in ''Anime/{{Hamtaro}}'', who takes this to extremes in that every time we see him, he's either asleep or talking in his sleep.
**
hurricane. However, he finally woke seems to be an early riser.
** Yuki Sohma also is a heavy sleeper. During a schooltrip, his classmates hardly manage to wake him up. Further, Kyou claims that Yuki's even stronger, when he's drowsy, for he can't control his strength. (Which Yuki proves on the spot.)
* In ''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist'', when Ed realizes that his body is probably compensating for Al's, which is still trapped at the Gate, Al remarks that Ed ''does'' fall asleep an awful lot, and wonders if Ed is "sleeping enough for Al's share" too.
* ''Anime/GirlsUndPanzer''. As Mako is NotAMorningPerson, our heroines wake her
up for early morning training by blank-firing a short time in one episode to confront Bijou, who was crying.German tank outside her window.



* Nozomi, in ''Anime/YesPrettyCure5'', once launched Coco across the room in her sleep when he tried to wake her up.
* Jiroh Akutagawa from ''Manga/ThePrinceOfTennis'' is often sleeping outside of the courts, and it's so bad that Kabaji often has to carry him on his back so he doesn't arrive late to his matches. And there's also Akaya Kirihara, who once fell asleep in a bus and ''crossed all the way from Kanazawa to Tokyo''...
* One of the most common {{running gag}}s of ''Manga/SlamDunk'' is how Kaede Rukawa falls asleep anywhere and at any time, unless during practice or games -- once he even fell asleep while ''riding his bike'' to a game and trashed it. And waking him up is NOT an option, since he actually [[UnstoppableRage becomes violent]] [[BerserkButton when he doesn't finish his naps]].

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* Nozomi, in ''Anime/YesPrettyCure5'', once launched Coco across ''Manga/GunsmithCats''. In the room in her sleep when he tried ''Riding Bean'' movie, his partner tries and fails to wake her up.
him up for breakfast with a taser applied to his neck. Since Bean is MadeOfIron this only momentarily jolts him. She then takes the pan she just finished frying eggs in and holds it to his face. That works.
* Jiroh Akutagawa Nemu from ''Manga/ThePrinceOfTennis'' is often sleeping outside ''Anime/HaibaneRenmei'' [[MeaningfulName got her name]] because she even slept in her final dream before emerging from her cocoon. A few of the courts, and it's so bad other Haibane tease her because of this.
* Snoozer in ''Anime/{{Hamtaro}}'', who takes this to extremes in
that Kabaji often has to carry him on his back so he doesn't arrive late to his matches. And there's also Akaya Kirihara, who once fell every time we see him, he's either asleep or talking in his sleep.
** However, he finally woke up for
a bus and ''crossed all the way short time in one episode to confront Bijou, who was crying.
* Morita
from Kanazawa ''Manga/HoneyAndClover'' makes it a habit to Tokyo''...
sleep for 48 hours after a job.
* One of the most common {{running gag}}s of ''Manga/SlamDunk'' is how Kaede Rukawa falls asleep anywhere Officer Higurashi in ''Manga/{{Kochikame}}'' goes through four year hibernation cycles and at any time, unless is only awake one day during practice the start of every Summer Olympics. The main characters wake him because of his psychic powers to locate wanted criminals.
* Tsukasa Hiiragi from ''Manga/LuckyStar'' habitually wakes up at noon.
* Tigre from ''LightNovel/MadanNoOuToVanadis'' is a rather heavy sleeper. While he can be woken for important matters (like wars), those who try to wake him may end up [[{{ThanksForTheMammary}} groped
or games -- once he even fell asleep tackled]] while ''riding his bike'' to a game he remains sleeping, and trashed it. And waking him up a sword to the mouth, a strong [[{{ArmorPiercingSlap}} slap]] or an equivalent sensation is NOT an option, since he actually [[UnstoppableRage becomes violent]] [[BerserkButton when he doesn't finish his naps]].necessary to wake him.



* Ivan Whisky/001 from ''{{Cyborg 009}}''. JustifiedTrope, though: he's a ''very'' powerful [[PsychicPowers telepath and telekinetic]] [[NotAllowedToGrowUp trapped in the body of]] [[GooGooGodlike a baby]], so he logically requires long rest after he uses his power for too long.
* [[GunsmithCats Bean Bandit]]. In the ''Riding Bean'' movie, his partner tries and fails to wake him up for breakfast with a taser applied to his neck. Since Bean is MadeOfIron this only momentarily jolts him. She then takes the pan she just finished frying eggs in and holds it to his face. That works.

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* Ivan Whisky/001 [[CreepyChild Mario]] from ''{{Cyborg 009}}''. JustifiedTrope, though: he's ''Anime/MawaruPenguindrum'' is often seen sleeping on a couch at home.
* Rock Lee from ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' is known for sleepwalking for days, keeping a fighting spirit when unconscious as a result of [[TrainingFromHell insane training of reflexes]], as well as being part-time asleep while accidentally drunk-fighting [[ConfusionFu (as either a ruse or really falling asleep in them middle of a fight and waking from incredible reflexes repeatedly, not sure which)]].
** An {{Omake}} features Yamato, Naruto and Kakashi sleeping in camp. Turns out Naruto's hyper even while fast asleep - he not only snores like a buzzsaw but starts dreaming about fighting, up to and including forming a Rasengan. [[ButtMonkey Yamato]] gets no rest at all, but Kakashi (who had the foresight to wear earplugs) sleeps through the whole thing. "That's just not fair."
* ''[[Anime/NegimaSecondSeason Negima!?]]'' have this as a trait to Asuna Kagurazaka. In the series, she actually wakes up early every day for newspaper delivery, making up on weekends (thus, she's more of NotAMorningPerson). [[spoiler: Due to the events in the Magic World in [[Manga/MahouSenseiNegima the original manga]], her fate is to sleep for a century in the Gravekeeper's Palace. [[TearJerker Yeah.]] True to her Heavy Sleeper tendencies, she ends up oversleeping by about 30 years.]]
** In the ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima'' manga, and later the ''Ala Alba'' OVA, Negi can sleep through quite a bit of manhandling. In chapter 180, he was kicked across a room at least twice and tied up and slung around in a rhythm dancing ribbon without waking up.
*** To top it all off, Negi somehow managed to sleep through that entire fight, even though he was at one point ''knocked unconscious'', recovered ''asleep'', and was ''beaten into unconsciousness again''. He woke the next day achy, bruised, and
''very'' powerful [[PsychicPowers telepath and telekinetic]] [[NotAllowedToGrowUp trapped in the body of]] [[GooGooGodlike a baby]], so he logically requires long rest after he uses his power for too long.
* [[GunsmithCats Bean Bandit]]. In the ''Riding Bean'' movie, his partner tries and fails to wake him up for breakfast with a taser applied to his neck. Since Bean is MadeOfIron this only momentarily jolts him. She then takes the pan she just finished frying eggs in and holds it to his face. That works.
confused.



* Chief Komui Lee in ''Manga/DGrayMan''. Nothing can wake him when he sleeps, save one thing: mentioning that his sister, Lenalee Lee, is getting married. ([[BigBrotherInstinct He's rather overprotective about her.]])
* Kyou Sohma from ''Manga/FruitsBasket'' can sleep through a hurricane. However, he seems to be an early riser.
** Yuki Sohma also is a heavy sleeper. During a schooltrip, his classmates hardly manage to wake him up. Further, Kyou claims that Yuki's even stronger, when he's drowsy, for he can't control his strength. (Which Yuki proves on the spot.)
* ''[[Anime/NegimaSecondSeason Negima!?]]'' have this as a trait to Asuna Kagurazaka. In the series, she actually wakes up early every day for newspaper delivery, making up on weekends (thus, she's more of NotAMorningPerson). [[spoiler: Due to the events in the Magic World in [[Manga/MahouSenseiNegima the original manga]], her fate is to sleep for a century in the Gravekeeper's Palace. [[TearJerker Yeah.]] True to her Heavy Sleeper tendencies, she ends up oversleeping by about 30 years.]]
** In the ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima'' manga, and later the ''Ala Alba'' OVA, Negi can sleep through quite a bit of manhandling. In chapter 180, he was kicked across a room at least twice and tied up and slung around in a rhythm dancing ribbon without waking up.
*** To top it all off, Negi somehow managed to sleep through that entire fight, even though he was at one point ''knocked unconscious'', recovered ''asleep'', and was ''beaten into unconsciousness again''. He woke the next day achy, bruised, and ''very'' confused.
* Tsukasa Hiiragi from ''Manga/LuckyStar'' habitually wakes up at noon.
* Midnight, a villain in ''Manga/FairyTail'', can ''fight'' in his sleep, and has yet to be depicted awake several chapters into the arc.
* Nemu from ''Anime/HaibaneRenmei'' [[MeaningfulName got her name]] because she even slept in her final dream before emerging from her cocoon. A few of the other Haibane tease her because of this.
* Amae Koromo of ''Manga/{{Saki}}''. To wake her up for the tournament, her teammates set five alarm clocks around her. She slept through every one of them then went on to sleep away the entire day.
* ''Manga/SchoolRumble'''s Yakumo has a tendency to fall asleep anywhere, giving her the nickname ''"Literature/SleepingBeauty"''.
** It's also a bit of a DeconstructedTrope, since it ''does'' interfere with her daily chores, like purchasing groceries or doing housework. When ''TheDitz'' of the show is worried and tells you that you've got a problem, it oughta be a serious deal.
* Ryu "The Owl" in ''Anime/ScienceNinjaTeamGatchaman'', to the point where his sleeping on the job has landed him in big trouble more than once.

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* Chief Komui Lee Monkey D. Luffy in ''Manga/DGrayMan''. Nothing can wake him when he sleeps, save ''Manga/OnePiece''. In one thing: mentioning that instance, his sister, Lenalee Lee, is getting married. ([[BigBrotherInstinct He's rather overprotective about her.]])
* Kyou Sohma from ''Manga/FruitsBasket'' can sleep through a hurricane. However, he seems to be an early riser.
** Yuki Sohma also is a heavy sleeper. During a schooltrip,
crew member Roronoa Zoro bounced off his classmates hardly manage to wake him up. Further, Kyou claims that Yuki's even stronger, when he's drowsy, for he can't control his strength. (Which Yuki proves on the spot.)
* ''[[Anime/NegimaSecondSeason Negima!?]]'' have this as a trait to Asuna Kagurazaka. In the series, she actually wakes up early every day for newspaper delivery, making up on weekends (thus, she's more of NotAMorningPerson). [[spoiler: Due to the events in the Magic World in [[Manga/MahouSenseiNegima the original manga]], her fate is to sleep for a century in the Gravekeeper's Palace. [[TearJerker Yeah.]] True to her Heavy Sleeper tendencies, she ends up oversleeping by about 30 years.]]
** In the ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima'' manga, and later the ''Ala Alba'' OVA, Negi can sleep through quite a bit of manhandling. In chapter 180, he was kicked across a room at least twice and tied up and slung around in a rhythm dancing ribbon
belly without waking up.
*** To top it all off, Negi
rousing him. After a fight he will either eat or sleep continuously, and after Ennies lobby somehow managed taught himself to sleep through eat while sleeping to cope.
** We later see
that entire fight, even though Luffy's brother, Ace, is also a Heavy Sleeper. He once feel asleep while in the middle of eating a feast. The others around him thought he had been poisoned by the food, until he snapped back awake a moment later. After confirming he was at one point ''knocked unconscious'', recovered ''asleep'', just sleeping, and was ''beaten into unconsciousness again''. He woke unharmed, he dropped off again mid-conversation.
** Garp remained asleep despite being sliced across
the next day achy, bruised, and ''very'' confused.
* Tsukasa Hiiragi from ''Manga/LuckyStar'' habitually wakes up at noon.
* Midnight,
chest by a villain in ''Manga/FairyTail'', can ''fight'' in his sleep, and has yet to be depicted awake several chapters into the arc.
* Nemu from ''Anime/HaibaneRenmei'' [[MeaningfulName got her name]] because she even slept in her final dream before emerging from her cocoon. A few of
giant axe. Eneru on the other Haibane tease her because of this.
* Amae Koromo of ''Manga/{{Saki}}''. To wake her up
hand dosed off as his opponent did his best to kill him (stabbing a spear through his head and slicing him in two for the tournament, her teammates set five alarm clocks around her. She starters). Then again, he ''was'' simply showing off his invulnerability.
** Even Zoro, who once
slept through every a high-seas storm.
* It is possible to wake ''Manga/OuranHighSchoolHostClub'''s Kyouya Ootori before noon on a day off, but he won't stay that way very long. In
one of them then went on episode, he manages to sleep away incompletely wake through Tamaki and the entire day.
* ''Manga/SchoolRumble'''s Yakumo has a tendency to fall asleep anywhere, giving her the nickname ''"Literature/SleepingBeauty"''.
** It's also a bit of a DeconstructedTrope, since it ''does'' interfere with her daily chores, like purchasing groceries or doing housework. When ''TheDitz''
rest of the show is worried club inviting him out and tells you that you've got a problem, it oughta be a serious deal.
* Ryu "The Owl" in ''Anime/ScienceNinjaTeamGatchaman'',
forcing him into clothes, drifts off again as they carry him to the point where his expo they wanted to visit, and winds up forgotten by them, sleeping sitting up on a bench until he wakes up alone and with no recollection of how he got there.
* ''Anime/PhantomQuestCorp'': The reason Ayaka can't get up in
the job morning is simple: [[HardDrinkingPartyGirl she drinks too much.]] Which is why her BeleagueredAssistant, Mamoru, has landed him in big trouble more than once.to ''[[ChildrenRaiseYou find ways]]'' to get her out of bed.



* Jiroh Akutagawa from ''Manga/ThePrinceOfTennis'' is often sleeping outside of the courts, and it's so bad that Kabaji often has to carry him on his back so he doesn't arrive late to his matches. And there's also Akaya Kirihara, who once fell asleep in a bus and ''crossed all the way from Kanazawa to Tokyo''...
* Ranma Saotome in ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf'' (who on occasion has been known to sleep through full-on fights he participated in). This has led to some [[EpilepticTrees wild theories]] on how well him being married to [[{{Tsundere}} Akane]] might work out. Some people sleepwalk, Akane sleep''fights''. [[FetishFuel Think about it]]. Hilariously used when Nabiki pours cold water on him when he's sleeping to take pictures of his girl self, then adds hot water so he'll turn back to normal. Ranma later wakes up and thinks [[PottyFailure he has peed in his sleep.]]
* Amae Koromo of ''Manga/{{Saki}}''. To wake her up for the tournament, her teammates set five alarm clocks around her. She slept through every one of them then went on to sleep away the entire day.
* ''Manga/SchoolRumble'''s Yakumo has a tendency to fall asleep anywhere, giving her the nickname ''"Literature/SleepingBeauty"''.
** It's also a bit of a DeconstructedTrope, since it ''does'' interfere with her daily chores, like purchasing groceries or doing housework. When ''TheDitz'' of the show is worried and tells you that you've got a problem, it oughta be a serious deal.
* Ryu "The Owl" in ''Anime/ScienceNinjaTeamGatchaman'', to the point where his sleeping on the job has landed him in big trouble more than once.
* Shizuno Urushibara is one in ''LightNovel/SeikenTsukaiNoWorldBreak''. She is first introduced sleeping on the floor after the opening ceremony, and is also asleep in class.
* One of the most common {{running gag}}s of ''Manga/SlamDunk'' is how Kaede Rukawa falls asleep anywhere and at any time, unless during practice or games -- once he even fell asleep while ''riding his bike'' to a game and trashed it. And waking him up is NOT an option, since he actually [[UnstoppableRage becomes violent]] [[BerserkButton when he doesn't finish his naps]].



* In ''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist'', when Ed realizes that his body is probably compensating for Al's, which is still trapped at the Gate, Al remarks that Ed ''does'' fall asleep an awful lot, and wonders if Ed is "sleeping enough for Al's share" too.
* Morita from ''Manga/HoneyAndClover'' makes it a habit to sleep for 48 hours after a job.
* [[CreepyChild Mario]] from ''Anime/MawaruPenguindrum'' is often seen sleeping on a couch at home.
* ''Anime/PhantomQuestCorp'': The reason Ayaka can't get up in the morning is simple: [[HardDrinkingPartyGirl she drinks too much.]] Which is why her BeleagueredAssistant, Mamoru, has to ''[[ChildrenRaiseYou find ways]]'' to get her out of bed.
* Sakura Kinomoto from ''Manga/CardcaptorSakura'' doesn't start as one, but begins to sleep more and fall asleep everywhere [[spoiler: as she starts transforming the Clow Cards into Sakura Cards, which drains her of energy a L O T.]] Similarly, [[spoiler: Yukito/Yue]] takes his up as [[spoiler: his limited life energy starts running out; it's only fixed when Touya gives him his own psychic energy so he won't fade away (And then ''he'' starts sleeping in more...).]]

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* In ''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist'', when Ed realizes that his body Boof in ''Anime/SuzysZooDaisukiWitzy'' is probably compensating for Al's, which is still trapped at always the Gate, Al remarks that Ed ''does'' last one to get up, the first one to fall asleep an awful lot, asleep, and wonders if Ed is "sleeping enough for Al's share" too.
* Morita from ''Manga/HoneyAndClover'' makes it a habit to sleep for 48 hours after a job.
* [[CreepyChild Mario]] from ''Anime/MawaruPenguindrum''
is often seen shown sleeping on a couch at home.
* ''Anime/PhantomQuestCorp'': The reason Ayaka can't get up in
the morning is simple: start of the episode.
* Nozomi, in ''Anime/YesPrettyCure5'', once launched Coco across the room in her sleep when he tried to wake her up.
* ''Manga/YoureUnderArrest'': Natsumi's almost always late for work, because she's usually either too tired from playing games all night, or
[[HardDrinkingPartyGirl she drinks so hungover]] that she's too much.]] Which is why sick to her BeleagueredAssistant, Mamoru, has to ''[[ChildrenRaiseYou find ways]]'' stomach to get up. If it weren't for Miyuki helping to sober her out of bed.
up in time for their shift, Natsumi might not have a job.
* Sakura Kinomoto According to Tristan from ''Manga/CardcaptorSakura'' doesn't start as one, but begins ''Anime/YuGiOh'', a herd of elephants can't wake Joey up. This turns out to sleep more and fall asleep everywhere [[spoiler: as she starts transforming the Clow Cards into Sakura Cards, which drains her of energy be a L O T.]] Similarly, [[spoiler: Yukito/Yue]] takes his up as [[spoiler: his limited life energy starts running out; it's only fixed problem when Touya gives him "Bandit" Keith decides to live up to his own psychic energy so he won't fade away (And then ''he'' starts sleeping in more...).]]nickname.



* It is possible to wake ''Manga/OuranHighSchoolHostClub'''s Kyouya Ootori before noon on a day off, but he won't stay that way very long. In one episode, he manages to incompletely wake through Tamaki and the rest of the club inviting him out and forcing him into clothes, drifts off again as they carry him to the expo they wanted to visit, and winds up forgotten by them, sleeping sitting up on a bench until he wakes up alone and with no recollection of how he got there.
* Tigre from ''LightNovel/MadanNoOuToVanadis'' is a rather heavy sleeper. While he can be woken for important matters (like wars), those who try to wake him may end up [[{{ThanksForTheMammary}} groped or even tackled]] while he remains sleeping, and a sword to the mouth, a strong [[{{ArmorPiercingSlap}} slap]] or an equivalent sensation is necessary to wake him.
* Officer Higurashi in ''{{Manga/Kochikame}}'' goes through four year hibernation cycles and is only awake one day during the start of every Summer Olympics. The main characters wake him because of his psychic powers to locate wanted criminals.
* ''Anime/GirlsUndPanzer''. As Mako is NotAMorningPerson, our heroines wake her up for early morning training by blank-firing a German tank outside her window.
* Shizuno Urushibara is one in ''LightNovel/SeikenTsukaiNoWorldBreak''. She is first introduced sleeping on the floor after the opening ceremony, and is also asleep in class.
* God of Destruction Beerus from ''Anime/DragonBallZBattleOfGods''; he doesn't use an alarm clock, he uses alarm '''''bombs'''''. Yes, plural; just one isn't enough to get him out of bed (though his assistant Whis [[CoolAndUnusualPunishment threatening to]] [[DreadfulMusician sing karaoke]] does the job just as well).
* Boof in ''Anime/SuzysZooDaisukiWitzy'' is always the last one to get up, the first one to fall asleep, and is often shown sleeping at the start of the episode.
* According to Tristan from ''Anime/YuGiOh'', a herd of elephants can't wake Joey up. This turns out to be a problem when "Bandit" Keith decides to live up to his nickname.


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* Peppermint Patty from ''ComicStrip/Peanuts''. She has the tendency to sleep through class. This was explained by the fact that her father works late, and Patty is too insecure to sleep until he returns home.
17th Feb '16 3:51:55 PM gallium
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* One of the earliest examples was Literature/RipVanWinkle, who slept for ''twenty years''.

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* One of the earliest examples was Literature/RipVanWinkle, "Literature/RipVanWinkle", who slept for ''twenty years''.years''. Although that was probably from the strange liquor that the ghosts gave him.
3rd Feb '16 6:41:17 PM RAMChYLD
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* ''Bedtime Bear'' from WesternAnimation/CareBearsAdventuresInCareALot and WesternAnimation/CareBearsWelcomeToCareALot is always shown as this. Justified because he wakes up at night to help the bears go to sleep and serves as Care-A-Lot's night watchman. Aside from that, ''Sweet Dreams Bear'' is also this.

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* ''Bedtime Bear'' from WesternAnimation/CareBearsAdventuresInCareALot ''WesternAnimation/CareBearsAdventuresInCareALot'' and WesternAnimation/CareBearsWelcomeToCareALot ''WesternAnimation/CareBearsWelcomeToCareALot'' is always shown as this. Justified because he wakes up at night to help the bears go to sleep and serves as Care-A-Lot's night watchman. Aside from that, ''Sweet Dreams Bear'' is also this.
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* ''Bedtime Bear'' from WesternAnimation/CareBearsAdventuresInCareALot and WesternAnimation/CareBearsWelcomeToCareALot is always shown as this. Justified because he wakes up at night to help the bears go to sleep and serves as Care-A-Lot's night watchman. Aside from that, ''Sweet Dreams Bear'' is also this.
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