History Main / ItsAlwaysSpring

24th Jan '16 11:59:03 PM TheRedRedKroovy
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** The common joke about winter in UsefulNotes/{{Florida}} is that, the moment the first big snowstorm hits the rest of the country, Floridians immediately start [[http://wp.patheos.com.s3.amazonaws.com/blogs/barefootandpregnant/files/2013/12/National-Hate-Florida-Day.jpg bragging]] to their friends up north about where they live. The flip side, of course, is that the rest of the country starts laughing the moment Floridians start complaining about temperatures being below 60 degrees, which is considered genuinely cold in Florida but early spring weather elsewhere.
4th Jan '16 1:58:46 PM nombretomado
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*** But played straight by ''PearlsBeforeSwine'' which unsurprisingly takes place in California,the cartoonist himself lampshaded the lack of snow due to being Californian and not really experiencing it so much. Maybe once or twice is there any snow
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*** But played straight by ''PearlsBeforeSwine'' ''ComicStrip/PearlsBeforeSwine'' which unsurprisingly takes place in California,the cartoonist himself lampshaded the lack of snow due to being Californian and not really experiencing it so much. Maybe once or twice is there any snow
17th Dec '15 11:32:28 AM Willbyr
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* [[JustifiedTrope Justified]] in ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'', where Second Impact shifted the axis of the Earth such that there are no longer seasons in the modern sense. This is subtly hinted at by the constant droning of summer cicadas in background scenes where the kids are nonetheless attending the normal school year, and more humorously by Pen-Pen being a variety of penguin who've adapted to a warmer climate.
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* [[JustifiedTrope Justified]] {{Justified|Trope}} in ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'', where Second Impact shifted the axis of the Earth such that there are no longer seasons in the modern sense. This is subtly hinted at by the constant droning of summer cicadas in background scenes where the kids are nonetheless attending the normal school year, and more humorously by Pen-Pen being a variety of penguin who've adapted to a warmer climate.

* {{Anime}} in school settings is usually forced to follow the sequence of the year. Ready examples are ''[[LightNovel/HaruhiSuzumiya The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya]]'' and even the otherwise rather minimalistic ''DokiDokiSchoolHours''. They do not, of course, always ''show'' it, and in many we are simply supposed to take their word for it that time is passing. In some cases, montages of the semester readily don't show any other season (even when it's implied that a year has passed). * Cheerfully [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]] in ''OuranHighSchoolHostClub'', in which it is always whatever season suits the plot of the moment; text boxes in the manga politely ask the reader to ignore the fact that, once again, nobody has moved up a grade.
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* {{Anime}} in school settings is usually forced to follow the sequence of the year. Ready examples are ''[[LightNovel/HaruhiSuzumiya The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya]]'' and even the otherwise rather minimalistic ''DokiDokiSchoolHours''.''Manga/DokiDokiSchoolHours''. They do not, of course, always ''show'' it, and in many we are simply supposed to take their word for it that time is passing. In some cases, montages of the semester readily don't show any other season (even when it's implied that a year has passed). * Cheerfully [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]] in ''OuranHighSchoolHostClub'', ''Manga/OuranHighSchoolHostClub'', in which it is always whatever season suits the plot of the moment; text boxes in the manga politely ask the reader to ignore the fact that, once again, nobody has moved up a grade.
15th Nov '15 6:47:41 PM nombretomado
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** ''TheSimpsons'' averts this one at other times, though, with the occasional episode ("Mr. Plow," "Homer the Heretic") set in winter or fall without reference to any holidays. Matt Groening expresses some annoyance with this trope in the DVD commentaries for those episodes.
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** ''TheSimpsons'' ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' averts this one at other times, though, with the occasional episode ("Mr. Plow," "Homer the Heretic") set in winter or fall without reference to any holidays. Matt Groening expresses some annoyance with this trope in the DVD commentaries for those episodes.

* During an episode of ''{{Rugrats}}'', the grandfather moves out of the main families house. For the next 30 seconds to 1 minute it shows the seasons changing. Then after it comes back to the season it originally was it is found out that [[spoiler:this entire weather pattern change happened over a one week period with a sentence saying "One Week Later"]]. Now THAT'S spring weather.
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* During an episode of ''{{Rugrats}}'', ''WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}}'', the grandfather moves out of the main families house. For the next 30 seconds to 1 minute it shows the seasons changing. Then after it comes back to the season it originally was it is found out that [[spoiler:this entire weather pattern change happened over a one week period with a sentence saying "One Week Later"]]. Now THAT'S spring weather.
15th Nov '15 12:03:03 PM eroock
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->"Once upon a time, there was a magical place where it never rained. The end."
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->"Once ->''"Once upon a time, there was a magical place where it never rained. The end.""''

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4th Oct '15 8:47:29 PM Willbyr
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* In one episode of ''GilmoreGirls'', Rory and Dean spend the night in the theatre in the middle of winter. When they wake up at 5am to go running home, it's perfectly light out. Now, GilmoreGirls takes place in Connecticut. It is never that bright out at 5am during the winter.
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* In one episode of ''GilmoreGirls'', ''Series/GilmoreGirls'', Rory and Dean spend the night in the theatre in the middle of winter. When they wake up at 5am to go running home, it's perfectly light out. Now, GilmoreGirls takes place in Connecticut. It is never that bright out at 5am during the winter.

* Old/New City of ''{{Sanctuary}}'' never sees any kind of weather change except rain, despite the fact that the series is shot in friggin' Vancouver. The characters do, however, alternate between long and short sleeves.
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* Old/New City of ''{{Sanctuary}}'' ''Series/{{Sanctuary}}'' never sees any kind of weather change except rain, despite the fact that the series is shot in friggin' Vancouver. The characters do, however, alternate between long and short sleeves.
25th Sep '15 10:52:54 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* Save for flashbacks, it's always early summer in ''VisualNovel/HigurashiNoNakuKoroNi'' [[spoiler:because the same month, June of 1983, is repeating over and over, thanks to the influence of a local deity who refuses to let all the main characters stay dead.]]
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* Save for flashbacks, it's always early summer in ''VisualNovel/HigurashiNoNakuKoroNi'' ''VisualNovel/HigurashiWhenTheyCry'' [[spoiler:because the same month, June of 1983, is repeating over and over, thanks to the influence of a local deity who refuses to let all the main characters stay dead.]]
19th Sep '15 5:08:01 AM Mythros
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More accurate rendering of the name in romaji.
** Different seasons are shown by changing location, as with the Muscle Tower portion of the Red Ribbon arc, where Goku gets bitterly frozen as he didn't think to dress warmer [[IdiotHero for cold/snowy weather]].
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** Different seasons are shown by changing location, as with the Muscle Tower portion of the Red Ribbon arc, where Goku Gokū gets bitterly frozen as he didn't think to dress warmer [[IdiotHero for cold/snowy weather]].
19th Sep '15 5:05:29 AM Mythros
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* Although there is very little schooling in the series, the majority of ''Manga/DragonBall'' takes place around May. This is due to arcs often occurring over the course of only a few days, before Toriyama [[TimeSkip time skips]] the story ahead a few years. ** Different seasons are shown by changing location, as with the Muscle Tower portion of the Red Ribbon arc, where Goku gets bitterly frozen as he didn't think to dress warmer [[IdiotHero for cold/snowy weather]].
12th Sep '15 10:14:58 PM Adept
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* ''TheSims2'' was the first Sims game to introduce the changing of seasons with their expansion pack Seasons (clever name, right?). Before Seasons, however, and even in the original version of the Sims, it was spring all the time, and the Sims could wear whatever they wanted to whenever they wanted to, which really wasn't all that bad. There just isn't enough time in the Sim day to worry about the weather being too cold for bikinis, and it gives the skinners (people who primarily create clothes and genetics like eyes and skintones) a lot of creative freedom.
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* ''TheSims2'' ''VideoGame/TheSims2'' was the first Sims game to introduce the changing of seasons with their expansion pack Seasons (clever name, right?). Before Seasons, however, and even in the original version of the Sims, it was spring all the time, and the Sims could wear whatever they wanted to whenever they wanted to, which really wasn't all that bad. There just isn't enough time in the Sim day to worry about the weather being too cold for bikinis, and it gives the skinners (people who primarily create clothes and genetics like eyes and skintones) a lot of creative freedom.

* In ''FarmVille'', there are no seasons; it is apparently always the best time to grow whatever crops you want. There's a cosmetic purchase that makes everything white, like snow, but it has no effect on gameplay. * In the first four generations of the ''{{Pokemon}}'' series, each region seems to take place in a specific season. Kanto takes place in the spring, Johto in the fall, Hoenn in the summer, and Sinnoh in the winter. (The trope is averted in ''VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite'' and subsequent games; see below.)
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* In ''FarmVille'', ''VideoGame/FarmVille'', there are no seasons; it is apparently always the best time to grow whatever crops you want. There's a cosmetic purchase that makes everything white, like snow, but it has no effect on gameplay. * In the first four generations of the ''{{Pokemon}}'' ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' series, each region seems to take place in a specific season. Kanto takes place in the spring, Johto in the fall, Hoenn in the summer, and Sinnoh in the winter. (The trope is averted in ''VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite'' and subsequent games; see below.)
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