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12th Oct '15 6:01:32 PM Folamh3
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23rd Sep '15 4:31:37 PM StarTropes
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Sometimes related to YouDoNotWantToKnow.
16th Sep '14 1:50:39 PM StFan
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* In ''[[Manga/{{Morita-sanWaMukuchi}} Morita-san Wa Mukuchi]]'', the title character, Mayu Morita, never talks, so she's often subjected to this.
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* In ''[[Manga/{{Morita-sanWaMukuchi}} Morita-san Wa Mukuchi]]'', ''Manga/MoritaSanWaMukuchi'', the title character, Mayu Morita, never talks, so she's often subjected to this.

''(Mayu doesn't respond)''\\
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''(Mayu (''Mayu doesn't respond)''\\respond'')\\
17th Jul '14 3:53:51 PM Aegeus
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[[AC:WebOriginal]] * In WebOriginal/TheCodelessCode, monks will frequently answer a yes or no question with "Wu" or "Null." Either means "I won't answer because you're asking the wrong question."
6th Dec '13 10:18:26 PM silkywishes
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* In Fanfic/BreakMyFall, When Red asks Vio (over the phone) if his parents are divorced Vio's response is to hang up on him. -->''Red knows Vio well enough to know that "no" means "yes". So this '''must''' be a yes, whether Vio would like to admit it or not.''
19th Nov '13 10:46:38 AM giygasattack
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* In cultures which have been influenced by Confucian ideas, this is the usual way to make a point. Actually to spell out one’s conclusion would seem to be rude or crass, as explaining a joke can seem in American culture. Here is an example:
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* In cultures which have been influenced by Confucian ideas, this is the usual way to make a point. Actually to spell spelling out one’s conclusion would seem to be rude or crass, as explaining a joke can seem in American culture. Here is an example:
4th Apr '13 2:49:50 PM guyy
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[[AC:AnimeAndManga]] * In ''[[Manga/{{Morita-sanWaMukuchi}} Morita-san Wa Mukuchi]]'', the title character, Mayu Morita, never talks, so she's often subjected to this. -->'''Miki:''' Whatcha want? Taiyaki?\\ ''(Mayu doesn't respond)''\\ '''Miki:''' Cake? Candy?\\ ''(Mayu frowns)''\\ '''Miki:''' Ice cream?\\ ''(Mayu's face lights up)''\\ '''Miki:''' Chihiro! Mayu said she wants ice cream!\\ '''Mayu (thinking):''' [[ComicallyMissingThePoint How did she know I wanted ice cream?]]
4th Apr '13 2:21:32 PM WarriorEowyn
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In cultures which have been influenced by Confucian ideas, this is the usual way to make a point. Actually to spell out one’s conclusion would seem to be rude or crass, as explaining a joke can seem in American culture. Here is an example:
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* In cultures which have been influenced by Confucian ideas, this is the usual way to make a point. Actually to spell out one’s conclusion would seem to be rude or crass, as explaining a joke can seem in American culture. Here is an example:
4th Apr '13 2:21:12 PM WarriorEowyn
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– Mencius, IA6, tr. D.C. Lau (Harmondsworth, Middlesex; Penguin, 1970) pp. 66-7.
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--> – Mencius, IA6, tr. D.C. Lau (Harmondsworth, Middlesex; Penguin, 1970) pp. 66-7.
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