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17th Jan '17 7:08:23 PM thecarolinabull01
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* Helga in ''WesternAnimation/HeyArnold''. She's a StepfordSnarker who uses insults, sarcasm and threats to cover up her insecurities. Since everyone around her treats her like crap, she's got plenty of reason to be mouthy.
9th Nov '16 2:15:17 PM GhostHouse
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%%* ''ScoobyDoo'': [[TheScrappy Scrappy Doo]].
17th Jul '16 6:00:32 PM leenonychus
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* Amber from ''Webcomic/TheFreeWillies'' always responds to virtually anything Mrs. Setzer says with an insult. Or a string of insults.

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* Amber from ''Webcomic/TheFreeWillies'' always responds to virtually anything the antagonistic teacher Mrs. Setzer says with an insult. Or a string of insults.
17th Jul '16 6:00:02 PM leenonychus
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* Amber from ''Webcomic/TheFreeWillies'' always responds to virtually anything Mrs. Setzer says with an insult. Or a string of insults.
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30th May '16 11:03:55 PM Doug86
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%%* Calvin of ''CalvinAndHobbes''

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%%* Calvin of ''CalvinAndHobbes''''ComicStrip/CalvinAndHobbes''
4th May '16 7:14:04 PM aye_amber
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* Possibly the UrExample, Fanny Brice's Baby Snooks was somewhere in between this and ConstantlyCurious. Her sole reason for existence appeared to be to drive her father to the very brink of insanity, but she did it without apparent malice -- just pure innocent mischief. And given that the character was created in 1912, and continued to be wildly popular until Brice's death in 1951, it shows that Arnold from ''DiffrentStrokes'' far from created the trope -- he just incarnated it for a new, more relaxed generation.

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* Possibly the UrExample, Fanny Brice's Baby Snooks was somewhere in between this and ConstantlyCurious. Her sole reason for existence appeared to be to drive her father to the very brink of insanity, but she did it without apparent malice -- just pure innocent mischief. And given that the character was created in 1912, and continued to be wildly popular until Brice's death in 1951, it shows that Arnold from ''DiffrentStrokes'' ''Series/DiffrentStrokes'' far from created the trope -- he just incarnated it for a new, more relaxed generation.



%%* Moth from Creator/WilliamShakespeare's ''LovesLaboursLost''.

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%%* Moth from Creator/WilliamShakespeare's ''LovesLaboursLost''.''Theatre/LovesLaboursLost.''
20th Mar '16 9:25:54 AM DeisTheAlcano
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->'''Marge Simpson:''' ''"This town is a part of who you are. This is a Springfield Isotopes cap; when you wear it, you're wearing Springfield. When you eat a fish from our river, you're eating Springfield. When you make lemonade from our trees, you're drinking Springfield..."''\\
'''Bart Simpson:''' ''"Mom, when you give that lecture, you're boring Springfield."''

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->'''Marge Simpson:''' ''"This This town is a part of who you are. This is a Springfield Isotopes cap; when you wear it, you're wearing Springfield. When you eat a fish from our river, you're eating Springfield. When you make lemonade from our trees, you're drinking Springfield..."''\\
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'''Bart Simpson:''' ''"Mom, Mom, when you give that lecture, you're boring Springfield."''
9th Mar '16 10:14:34 AM Hossmeister
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9th Mar '16 10:14:20 AM Hossmeister
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* ''BeavisAndButthead'': Mike Judge said that dialogue is a better reflection of the real-life Mouthy Kid -- not too clever, relies heavily on toilet humor -- because in reality, kids aren't as smart as a roomful of Harvard-graduate writers.

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* ''BeavisAndButthead'': ''WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButthead'': Mike Judge said that dialogue is a better reflection of the real-life Mouthy Kid -- not too clever, relies heavily on toilet humor -- because in reality, kids aren't as smart as a roomful of Harvard-graduate writers.
28th Jan '16 10:04:17 AM Morgenthaler
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* Ronnie, a middle schooler of hilarious retorts and apparently vast cinematographic knowledge, in ''RoleModels''

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* Ronnie, a middle schooler of hilarious retorts and apparently vast cinematographic knowledge, in ''RoleModels''''Film/RoleModels''



%%* ''TrueGrit'' has Mattie Ross, a much more serious example.

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%%* ''TrueGrit'' ''Film/TrueGrit'' has Mattie Ross, a much more serious example.



%%* ''{{IT}}'' by Creator/StephenKing: Richie Tozier.

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%%* ''{{IT}}'' ''Literature/{{IT}}'' by Creator/StephenKing: Richie Tozier.



* ''BadBoy'': Moon Won In in this KoreanDrama: she sneaks beers from her sister, tries to buy cigarettes even though she's underage, and in one episode steals money from an apparently unconscious man.
%%* ''{{Misfits}}'': Nathan Young
%%* GoodLuckCharlie: Gabe Duncan is this trope.

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* ''BadBoy'': ''Series/BadBoy'': Moon Won In in this KoreanDrama: she sneaks beers from her sister, tries to buy cigarettes even though she's underage, and in one episode steals money from an apparently unconscious man.
%%* ''{{Misfits}}'': ''Series/{{Misfits}}'': Nathan Young
%%* GoodLuckCharlie: Series/GoodLuckCharlie: Gabe Duncan is this trope.
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