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15th Mar '18 9:54:50 AM x_countryguy
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* From ''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist'', Maes Hughes's daughter at [[spoiler: his funeral]], making it also an example of [[spoiler:PleaseWakeUp]].

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* From ''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist'', Maes Hughes's daughter at [[spoiler: his [[spoiler:his funeral]], making it also an example of [[spoiler:PleaseWakeUp]].



* This trope becomes an important plot point in ''LightNovel/PapaNoIukotoOKikinasai''. After 3 year old Hina's parents go missing after a plane crash (and most likely died), her uncle and 2 older sisters try to avoid the subject of why her parents have been gone so long. She doesn't think about it too much until episode 12, when she starts asking why they haven't come back home yet, and upon being told the truth, she doesn't take it very well [[spoiler: until the very end, when everyone she's met comes to watch her classmate sing, showing she still has people who care deeply about her.]]

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* This trope becomes an important plot point in ''LightNovel/PapaNoIukotoOKikinasai''. After 3 year old Hina's parents go missing after a plane crash (and most likely died), her uncle and 2 older sisters try to avoid the subject of why her parents have been gone so long. She doesn't think about it too much until episode 12, when she starts asking why they haven't come back home yet, and upon being told the truth, she doesn't take it very well [[spoiler: until [[spoiler:until the very end, when everyone she's met comes to watch her classmate sing, showing she still has people who care deeply about her.]]



* Invoked in ''Anime/FullmetalAlchemist'' fanfic ''FanFic/BuildYourWingsOnTheWayDown'' by Edward and Hughes. Nina thought her time [[spoiler: spent as a chimera]] was a bad dream. They let her think that to spare her the pain of what happened until she's old enough to handle it.

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* Invoked in ''Anime/FullmetalAlchemist'' fanfic ''FanFic/BuildYourWingsOnTheWayDown'' by Edward and Hughes. Nina thought her time [[spoiler: spent [[spoiler:spent as a chimera]] was a bad dream. They let her think that to spare her the pain of what happened until she's old enough to handle it.



** At the end, Dickens finally succeeds in [[spoiler: defeating the "monster shark" by causing a tremendous train crash]]. Jeliza-Rose sees the carnage and... cheers for him, not realizing that [[spoiler:''he's just caused the deaths of countless innocent people'']].

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** At the end, Dickens finally succeeds in [[spoiler: defeating [[spoiler:defeating the "monster shark" by causing a tremendous train crash]]. Jeliza-Rose sees the carnage and... cheers for him, not realizing that [[spoiler:''he's just caused the deaths of countless innocent people'']].



* Used in ''Bollywood/MyNameIsKhan'', in which the main character has Asperger's. [[spoiler: He is mistaken for a terrorist and ends up in the equivalent of Guantanamo bay, where the guards change the temperature in his cell from extreme cold to extreme heat as a form of torture. His internal monologue: "This is a strange place. Sometimes it's too cold, sometimes it's too hot. Maybe they're having problems with the air conditioning."]]

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* Used in ''Bollywood/MyNameIsKhan'', in which the main character has Asperger's. [[spoiler: He [[spoiler:He is mistaken for a terrorist and ends up in the equivalent of Guantanamo bay, where the guards change the temperature in his cell from extreme cold to extreme heat as a form of torture. His internal monologue: "This is a strange place. Sometimes it's too cold, sometimes it's too hot. Maybe they're having problems with the air conditioning."]]



* ''There is a Happy Land'' by Keith Waterhouse, in which the 10-year-old narrator finds the murdered body of a neighbour girl of the same age. She clearly had a very brutal and violent death, but he only notes her skirt being pulled up and the blood coming from her mouth. His friend "Uncle Mad," a [[CrazyHomelessPeople mentally simple homeless man]], is then [[spoiler: blamed for the murder]] and the child doesn't seem to understand the implications of this either.

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* ''There is a Happy Land'' by Keith Waterhouse, in which the 10-year-old narrator finds the murdered body of a neighbour girl of the same age. She clearly had a very brutal and violent death, but he only notes her skirt being pulled up and the blood coming from her mouth. His friend "Uncle Mad," a [[CrazyHomelessPeople mentally simple homeless man]], is then [[spoiler: blamed [[spoiler:blamed for the murder]] and the child doesn't seem to understand the implications of this either.



** In particular, one of his neighbors says something at one point that makes the reader realize that [[spoiler: Christopher's mother, who he had thought was dead, actually just abandoned him,]] something Christopher himself doesn't learn for another few chapters. When he does find out, he relates this in the same detached, emotionless style as the rest of the book.

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** In particular, one of his neighbors says something at one point that makes the reader realize that [[spoiler: Christopher's [[spoiler:Christopher's mother, who he had thought was dead, actually just abandoned him,]] something Christopher himself doesn't learn for another few chapters. When he does find out, he relates this in the same detached, emotionless style as the rest of the book.



** When his father starts getting physical with his much older neighbor [[spoiler: i.e. laying his head on her breasts]], this flies completely over Christopher's head. Most readers will get the implication, but to him it's just what happened. He didn't see the romantic/sexual connotations of that particular choice.

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** When his father starts getting physical with his much older neighbor [[spoiler: i.[[spoiler:i.e. laying his head on her breasts]], this flies completely over Christopher's head. Most readers will get the implication, but to him it's just what happened. He didn't see the romantic/sexual connotations of that particular choice.



* The start [[spoiler: and end]] of ''Literature/FlowersForAlgernon''. The middle ''may'' count as well, as it's unclear how much his intelligence affected his naiveté.

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* The start [[spoiler: and [[spoiler:and end]] of ''Literature/FlowersForAlgernon''. The middle ''may'' count as well, as it's unclear how much his intelligence affected his naiveté.



* In ''Literature/BeingThere'', the mentally challenged Chance the Gardener goes through a lot of this. He understands that the Old Man (master of the house) has died, but doesn't realize that this means that the house is being closed and that he no longer has anyone to take care of him. He also does not realize, once he's met Eve Rand, that she and the other powerful people he encounters from that point on do not know what he actually is; they think he's a PuritySue of sorts, which has results ([[spoiler: among them, being put forward as a presidential candidate]]) that can be downright alarming to readers...well, not to [[Creator/PeterSellers every reader]]. In the movie version, this is taken further with the long sequence in which Chance walks out into the world outside the house for the first time -- and into the poorer neighborhoods of Washington, D.C.
* In ''Literature/TheBoyInTheStripedPyjamas'', an eight year old named Bruno has a father who is very high up and important. His father works for the Fury [[spoiler: (Fuhrer)]], and is forced to leave his old home in Berlin with the rest of the family. They move to a place named Out-With [[spoiler: (Auschwitz)]] wherein he isn't really happy. He never understands why his mother starts taking so many medicinal sherries and long naps, and why the young but cruel Lt. Kotler seems to be around so much. [[spoiler: (She's having an affair with him.)]] He retains his naiveté even after meeting and speaking regularly with someone from the other side of the fence, "Shmuel".

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* In ''Literature/BeingThere'', the mentally challenged Chance the Gardener goes through a lot of this. He understands that the Old Man (master of the house) has died, but doesn't realize that this means that the house is being closed and that he no longer has anyone to take care of him. He also does not realize, once he's met Eve Rand, that she and the other powerful people he encounters from that point on do not know what he actually is; they think he's a PuritySue of sorts, which has results ([[spoiler: among ([[spoiler:among them, being put forward as a presidential candidate]]) that can be downright alarming to readers...well, not to [[Creator/PeterSellers every reader]]. In the movie version, this is taken further with the long sequence in which Chance walks out into the world outside the house for the first time -- and into the poorer neighborhoods of Washington, D.C.
* In ''Literature/TheBoyInTheStripedPyjamas'', an eight year old named Bruno has a father who is very high up and important. His father works for the Fury [[spoiler: (Fuhrer)]], [[spoiler:(Fuhrer)]], and is forced to leave his old home in Berlin with the rest of the family. They move to a place named Out-With [[spoiler: (Auschwitz)]] [[spoiler:(Auschwitz)]] wherein he isn't really happy. He never understands why his mother starts taking so many medicinal sherries and long naps, and why the young but cruel Lt. Kotler seems to be around so much. [[spoiler: (She's [[spoiler:(She's having an affair with him.)]] He retains his naiveté even after meeting and speaking regularly with someone from the other side of the fence, "Shmuel".



* ''Literature/{{Room}}'' is narrated by a very young boy who happily lives with his mother and their "roommates", i.e. Lamp, Blanket, and Book [[spoiler: in the shed where his teenage mother's kidnapper/rapist imprisoned them. They get rescued but that just makes him confused and scared]].

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* ''Literature/{{Room}}'' is narrated by a very young boy who happily lives with his mother and their "roommates", i.e. Lamp, Blanket, and Book [[spoiler: in [[spoiler:in the shed where his teenage mother's kidnapper/rapist imprisoned them. They get rescued but that just makes him confused and scared]].



* In ''Come Back, Lucy'' by Pamela Sykes, Lucy is a lonely 10-year-old orphan girl adopted by distant relations. She befriends Alice, the ghost of a Victorian girl who lived in the house a hundred years previously; but then finds that she can travel back in time to visit Alice. Because she is so young, she misses the obvious signs that Alice is becoming obsessed with her (eventually leading Alice to [[spoiler: attempt to drown Lucy]] so they can stay together) and does not understand why her family is so concerned that she frequently disappears without telling them, especially at night.

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* In ''Come Back, Lucy'' by Pamela Sykes, Lucy is a lonely 10-year-old orphan girl adopted by distant relations. She befriends Alice, the ghost of a Victorian girl who lived in the house a hundred years previously; but then finds that she can travel back in time to visit Alice. Because she is so young, she misses the obvious signs that Alice is becoming obsessed with her (eventually leading Alice to [[spoiler: attempt [[spoiler:attempt to drown Lucy]] so they can stay together) and does not understand why her family is so concerned that she frequently disappears without telling them, especially at night.



* Invoked but subverted in Literature/TheSilkworm. Orlando Quine, a mentally handicapped young woman, casually mentions that a friend of her father's gave her a present to keep her quiet after he touched her, and is oblivious to the way the adults around her react to this announcement. [[spoiler: It turns out to be quite innocent - he'd somewhat roughly pulled her away from fiddling with some delicate materials, she HatesBeingTouched and started crying, and he'd given her the item to calm her.]]

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* Invoked but subverted in Literature/TheSilkworm. Orlando Quine, a mentally handicapped young woman, casually mentions that a friend of her father's gave her a present to keep her quiet after he touched her, and is oblivious to the way the adults around her react to this announcement. [[spoiler: It [[spoiler:It turns out to be quite innocent - he'd somewhat roughly pulled her away from fiddling with some delicate materials, she HatesBeingTouched and started crying, and he'd given her the item to calm her.]]



** In Justice for All'', Regina Berry's circus upbringing has left her with a rather distorted, idyllic view of the world -- she does not seem to grasp the true finality of her own father's death, and believes he's "become a star in the sky." [[spoiler: Moe takes her to Max's trial specifically to give her a dose of reality.]]

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** In Justice for All'', Regina Berry's circus upbringing has left her with a rather distorted, idyllic view of the world -- she does not seem to grasp the true finality of her own father's death, and believes he's "become a star in the sky." [[spoiler: Moe [[spoiler:Moe takes her to Max's trial specifically to give her a dose of reality.]]



** In ''Dual Destinies'', the robot Ponco is also a victim of this. Having limited understanding of humans, and a very specific recognition system (that allows her to determine who people are by their ID tags), Ponco sees a scene of Athena hugging her mother. [[spoiler: In reality, Athena is stabbing someone wearing her mother's jacket.]]

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** In ''Dual Destinies'', the robot Ponco is also a victim of this. Having limited understanding of humans, and a very specific recognition system (that allows her to determine who people are by their ID tags), Ponco sees a scene of Athena hugging her mother. [[spoiler: In [[spoiler:In reality, Athena is stabbing someone wearing her mother's jacket.]]



** [[spoiler: Though [[MindScrew given the game]], [[EpilepticTrees it's entirely possible they were right]]. The cutscenes suggest that she and the other victims DID AscendToAHigherPlaneOfExistence, after all.]]

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** [[spoiler: Though [[spoiler:Though [[MindScrew given the game]], [[EpilepticTrees it's entirely possible they were right]]. The cutscenes suggest that she and the other victims DID AscendToAHigherPlaneOfExistence, after all.]]



* In ''VisualNovel/HatofulBoyfriend'', Oko San is a throwback to nonsapient pigeons and doesn't seem to understand death. [[spoiler: This comes up in the Bad Boys Love route, when the heroine and Yuuya are [[KilledOffForReal gone]], and he asks when the survivors are going to go find them.]]

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* In ''VisualNovel/HatofulBoyfriend'', Oko San is a throwback to nonsapient pigeons and doesn't seem to understand death. [[spoiler: This [[spoiler:This comes up in the Bad Boys Love route, when the heroine and Yuuya are [[KilledOffForReal gone]], and he asks when the survivors are going to go find them.]]



* In ''Webcomic/CommanderKitty'', [[http://www.commanderkitty.com/2011/10/02/were-saved/ Fluffy tells]] [[spoiler: [[http://www.commanderkitty.com/2011/10/02/were-saved/ the real Nin Wah]]]] [[http://www.commanderkitty.com/2011/10/02/were-saved/ what happened while she was out in this fashion.]]

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* In ''Webcomic/CommanderKitty'', [[http://www.commanderkitty.com/2011/10/02/were-saved/ Fluffy tells]] [[spoiler: [[http://www.[[spoiler:[[http://www.commanderkitty.com/2011/10/02/were-saved/ the real Nin Wah]]]] [[http://www.commanderkitty.com/2011/10/02/were-saved/ what happened while she was out in this fashion.]]



* Comedic example in ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' when [[TheDitz Ralph Wiggum]] views pornographic images: "Everybody's hugging!"

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* Comedic example in ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' when has a couple of examples
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[[TheDitz Ralph Wiggum]] views pornographic images: "Everybody's hugging!"images:
--->'''Ralph:''' Everybody's hugging!



--->'''Homer''': Mr. Zookeeper! Those monkeys are killing each other!\\
'''Zookeeper''': (whispers) They're having sex.\\
'''Homer''': Oh.

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--->'''Homer''': --->'''Homer:''' Mr. Zookeeper! Those monkeys are killing each other!\\
'''Zookeeper''': '''Zookeeper:''' (whispers) They're having sex.\\
'''Homer''': '''Homer:''' Oh.



--->'''Lisa''': It looks like he's trying to jump over her, but can't quite make it.\\
'''Bart''': C'mon boy! You can do it!\\
''(Marge covers their eyes)''

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--->'''Lisa''': --->'''Lisa:''' It looks like he's trying to jump over her, but can't quite make it.\\
'''Bart''': '''Bart:''' C'mon boy! You can do it!\\
''(Marge ''[Marge covers their eyes)''eyes]''
24th Feb '18 10:35:09 PM Pichu-kun
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* Yuki Takeya, the protagonist of ''Manga/SchoolLive'', undergoes a FreakOut after the school becomes overrun by a ZombieApocalypse, and deludes herself into seeing everything as perfectly fine and happy, with her surviving club-members not having the heart to snap her out of her fantasy. [[spoiler:She does eventually wake up to what's actually happening by the end of the anime.]]

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* Yuki Takeya, the protagonist of ''Manga/SchoolLive'', undergoes a FreakOut after the school becomes overrun by a ZombieApocalypse, and deludes herself into seeing everything as perfectly fine and happy, with her surviving club-members not having the heart to snap her out of her fantasy. [[spoiler:She does eventually wake up to what's actually happening by the end of the anime.anime (first arc of the manga).]]






* In ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' fanfic ''FanFic/{{Symbiosis}}'', due to being [[RaisedByWolves raised by pokemon]] Ash is initially horrified by the concept of catching pokemon until his pokemon adoptive father, Poison Lance explained that most pokemon encounters are by pokemon who know the risk or want to be captured.
** He doesn't understand why would [[PeepingTom men peek]] on [[BathingBeauty women bathing]]. He believes that men do it because women hide their secret to good hygeine, which is why women smell cleaner. He [[AccidentalPervert vows to assist this men if he ever gets the chance]] because he wants to smell cleaner.

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* In ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' fanfic ''FanFic/{{Symbiosis}}'', due to being [[RaisedByWolves raised by pokemon]] Ash is initially horrified by the concept of catching pokemon until his pokemon adoptive father, Poison Lance explained that most pokemon encounters are by pokemon who know the risk or want to be captured.
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captured. He also doesn't understand why would [[PeepingTom men peek]] on [[BathingBeauty women bathing]]. He believes that men do it because women hide their secret to good hygeine, which is why women smell cleaner. He [[AccidentalPervert vows to assist this men if he ever gets the chance]] because he wants to smell cleaner.






* The titular dog of ''Literature/ADogsPurpose'' is a straight example with one unique twist. His innocence is not due to immaturity or mental disability, but simply because he is a dog. While he describes the conversations around him to the reader, he personally only understands a handful of words like ''stay'' and ''good dog''. He therefore regularly fails to understand what's going on, which can be tragic since his other senses make him aware of things that could have saved a lot of pain for the humans if he just understood the importance of them. He is, however, less innocent then some examples, having a bit of an elevated sense of self-importance. More interesting, as a dog he has a highly evolved ([[NotHyperbole literally in this case]]) ability to sense the emotions of humans around him; [[TruthInTelevision a trait it's believed dogs evolved when they were domesticated to allow them to work better with humans]]. While he doesn't understand the context of situations around him, he can read body language of humans so well that he always knows exactly the emotions they are feeling, and often discusses what emotions he senses radiating from a person. The unique case of an [[TheEmpath empathic]] InnocentInaccurate means that he sometimes is ''more'' aware of his owners' needs, at least when it comes to their need for emotional support, than the humans around him despite his obliviousness to the specifics of the situation.
** The dog also has some examples of InnocentInaccurate beyond his inability to understand humans. Most noticeably, he doesn't seem to quite understand sex, or his mating instincts. He describes females having a scent that attracts him without his understanding why, and developing a new version of 'wrestling' where he would wrap his front legs around his bitch friend and start thrusting; a game that other dogs seem to steal from him and which for some reason the bitch in question doesn't seem to enjoy playing as much. This is mostly because he keeps being neutered (yes, multiple times, [[{{Reincarnation}} it doesn't stick]]) before he has an opportunity to figure out what his instincts are telling him.

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* The titular dog of ''Literature/ADogsPurpose'' is a straight example with one unique twist. His innocence is not due to immaturity or mental disability, but simply because he is a dog. While he describes the conversations around him to the reader, he personally only understands a handful of words like ''stay'' and ''good dog''. He therefore regularly fails to understand what's going on, which can be tragic since his other senses make him aware of things that could have saved a lot of pain for the humans if he just understood the importance of them. He is, however, less innocent then some examples, having a bit of an elevated sense of self-importance. More interesting, as a dog he has a highly evolved ([[NotHyperbole literally in this case]]) ability to sense the emotions of humans around him; [[TruthInTelevision a trait it's believed dogs evolved when they were domesticated to allow them to work better with humans]]. While he doesn't understand the context of situations around him, he can read body language of humans so well that he always knows exactly the emotions they are feeling, and often discusses what emotions he senses radiating from a person. The unique case of an [[TheEmpath empathic]] InnocentInaccurate means that he sometimes is ''more'' aware of his owners' needs, at least when it comes to their need for emotional support, than the humans around him despite his obliviousness to the specifics of the situation.
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situation. The dog also has some examples of InnocentInaccurate beyond his inability to understand humans. Most noticeably, he doesn't seem to quite understand sex, or his mating instincts. He describes females having a scent that attracts him without his understanding why, and developing a new version of 'wrestling' where he would wrap his front legs around his bitch friend and start thrusting; a game that other dogs seem to steal from him and which for some reason the bitch in question doesn't seem to enjoy playing as much. This is mostly because he keeps being neutered (yes, multiple times, [[{{Reincarnation}} it doesn't stick]]) before he has an opportunity to figure out what his instincts are telling him.
23rd Jan '18 4:42:25 AM Cryoclaste
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-->-- '''ForrestGump''', describing what he understood from Jenny's molester father.

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-->-- '''ForrestGump''', '''Film/ForrestGump''', describing what he understood from Jenny's molester father.
13th Jan '18 5:53:03 AM MockFerret
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* Invoked but subverted in Literature/TheSilkworm. Orlando Quine, a mentally handicapped young woman, casually mentions that a friend of her father's gave her a present to keep her quiet after he touched her, and is oblivious to the way the adults around her react to this announcement. [[spoiler: It turns out to be quite innocent - he'd somewhat roughly pulled her away from fiddling with some delicate materials, she HatesBeingTouched and started crying, and he'd given her the item to calm her.]]
2nd Jan '18 8:25:46 PM Seanette
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** The dog also has some examples of InnocentInaccurate beyond his inability to understand humans. Most noticeably, he doesn't seem to quite understand sex, or his mating instincts. He describes females having a scent that attracts him without his understanding why, and developing a new version of 'wrestling' where he would wrap his front legs around his bitch friend and start thrusting; a game that other dogs seem to steal from him and which for some reason the bitch in question doesn't seem to enjoy playing as much. This is mostly because he keeps being spayed (yes, multiple times, [[{{Reincarnation}} it doesn't stick]]) before he has an opportunity to figure out what his instincts are telling him.

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** The dog also has some examples of InnocentInaccurate beyond his inability to understand humans. Most noticeably, he doesn't seem to quite understand sex, or his mating instincts. He describes females having a scent that attracts him without his understanding why, and developing a new version of 'wrestling' where he would wrap his front legs around his bitch friend and start thrusting; a game that other dogs seem to steal from him and which for some reason the bitch in question doesn't seem to enjoy playing as much. This is mostly because he keeps being spayed neutered (yes, multiple times, [[{{Reincarnation}} it doesn't stick]]) before he has an opportunity to figure out what his instincts are telling him.
9th Sep '17 12:42:15 AM CaptainTedium
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* This trope was used as the punchline for a commercial for Hansaplast condoms where a young boy did things like get a tattoo, drive a car, and take a chainsaw to his chair at school, claiming each time that his mother said he could do it. At the end of the commercial, he stands outside his parents' bedroom and asks if he can put the cat in the washing machine. We then hear is mother repeatedly saying "Yes" in an orgasmic way, revealing that the boy only assumed his mother gave him the okay for his actions because he didn't understand that his mother was only saying "Yes" as a reaction to having pleasurable sex.

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* This trope was used as the punchline for a commercial for Hansaplast condoms where a young boy did things like get a tattoo, drive a car, and take a chainsaw to his chair at school, claiming each time that his mother said he could do it. At the end of the commercial, he stands outside his parents' bedroom and asks if he can put the cat in the washing machine. We then hear is his mother repeatedly saying "Yes" in an orgasmic way, revealing that the boy only assumed his mother gave him the okay for his actions because he didn't understand that his mother was only saying "Yes" as a reaction to having pleasurable sex.
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* This trope was used as the punchline for a commercial for Hansaplast condoms where a young boy did things like get a tattoo, drive a car, and take a chainsaw to his chair at school, claiming each time that his mother said he could do it. At the end of the commercial, he stands outside his parents' bedroom and asks if he can put the cat in the washing machine. We then hear is mother repeatedly saying "Yes" in an orgasmic way, revealing that the boy only assumed his mother gave him the okay for his actions because he didn't understand that his mother was only saying "Yes" as a reaction to having pleasurable sex.
2nd Aug '17 10:35:06 AM AgProv
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* The character of Rivka ben-Divorah in the ''{{Discworld}}'' fics of Creator/AAPessimal. Introduced as a girl of perfect doll-like beauty and innocent mien, she grows into one of the most lethal Assassins to graduate from the school. [[note]]She is explicitly described in notes to the stories as looking, at age twelve, like Nathalie Portman's character Mathilde in ''Film/{{Leon}}[[/note]] As her teachers discovered early, a look of cherubic innocence can be incredibly misleading. Her ability to stand there and look innocent whilst various School Bullies are stretched off to the School Infirmary was considered to be a most effective Assassin strategy and she was marked down as having great promise.
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* [[https://docs.google.com/document/d/1RgkrBTryVCfmAARA5ZCMTY4nTa2ta2-mhmdpxvipEoA/edit?hl=en&pli=1#%20 Bubbles]], a [[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic My Little Pony]] fanfic about how Derpy Hooves [[TearJerker got her cutie mark.]]

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* [[https://docs.''[[https://docs.google.com/document/d/1RgkrBTryVCfmAARA5ZCMTY4nTa2ta2-mhmdpxvipEoA/edit?hl=en&pli=1#%20 Bubbles]], Bubbles,]]'' a [[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic ''[[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic My Little Pony]] Pony]]'' fanfic about how Derpy Hooves [[TearJerker got her cutie mark.]]



* From ''Magazine/TheOnion'': "[[http://www.theonion.com/content/news/daddy_put_in_bye_bye_box Daddy Put In Bye-Bye Box]]." Widely regarded as one of the [[TearJerker saddest articles on the site]].

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* From ''Magazine/TheOnion'': "[[http://www.[[http://www.theonion.com/content/news/daddy_put_in_bye_bye_box Daddy "Daddy Put In Bye-Bye Box]]." Box."]] Widely regarded as one of the [[TearJerker saddest articles on the site]].
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