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12th Jun '16 1:43:49 AM ZombieAladdin
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* In ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'', Fluttershy's younger brother Zephyr Breeze is unable to hold a job for anything more than a few days at most and instead spends much of his time at their parents' house, leeching off their resources. He is an egotist: Whomever he lives with, he will take over that residence by force, and when concerted efforts are made to get him a job, he considers himself above effort and will immediately look for a way to pass the duties to someone else. He is also cripplied by a fear of failure--only by Fluttershy making him commit himself to one thing for a period of time (he chooses styling hair) and swallow his pride by following established guidelines does he become good enough at something to earn his own accomplishments.
11th Jun '16 12:30:52 PM LinTaylor
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** Fanon does the same to Patchouli Knowledge, tying in with the canonical facts that she lives in her friend Remilia's house, spends all day in the library, and has very poor health (including asthma and anemia). Fan works that depict both Patchy and Kaguya as [=NEETs=] will usually have them being friends as well.
11th Jun '16 4:04:47 AM Mzingalwa
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* Sora and Shiro from ''LightNovel/NoGameNoLife'', or Blank, are NEET siblings.

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* Sora and Shiro from ''LightNovel/NoGameNoLife'', or Blank, are NEET siblings.siblings. They are quite proud of this fact (for some reason), and thus have provided us with the image for this trope.
13th May '16 6:06:47 PM Pichu-kun
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* The protagonist of ''Manga/{{Yuureitou}}'' is a NEET with some {{Hikikomori}} mixed in. After being nearly killed, Taichi is rescued by a man named Tetsuo. He becomes his partner in solving a mystery involving a "ghost tower", where a woman was killed 2 years ago in a similar manner to the way Taichi was to be. Noticeably the story takes place in TheFifties so he lacks stereotypical qualities liking constantly being glued to the internet or being anime/game obsessed (he does like mysteries and scifi, which is presented as niche and weird, though)

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* The protagonist of ''Manga/{{Yuureitou}}'' is a NEET with some {{Hikikomori}} {{hikikomori}} mixed in. After being nearly killed, Taichi is rescued by a man named Tetsuo. He becomes his partner in solving a mystery involving a "ghost tower", where a woman was killed 2 years ago in a similar manner to the way Taichi was to be. Noticeably the story takes place in TheFifties so he lacks stereotypical qualities liking constantly being glued to the internet or being anime/game obsessed (he does like mysteries and scifi, which is presented as niche and weird, though)
5th May '16 1:29:03 PM ThatBitterTase
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* The main character of ''Manga/{{AIKI}}'' gets called a NEET by his mother when she shows up... which amuses the hell out of the rest of the main characters, who can't quite connect "NEET" and "ArrogantKungFuGuy" together. Shortly afterwards, though, his mother forces him into a job as a teacher at a school focused on the martial arts.
2nd May '16 2:23:08 PM Willbyr
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* Jiji, Banba, Mayaya, Chieko, and Tsukimi from ''Manga/{{Kuragehime}}'' are [=NEETs=], though they vigorously deny it when Kuranosuke asks them about it. While it's true that several of them do have what technically qualifies as employment it's still painfully obvious that this is what they are.

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* Jiji, Banba, Mayaya, Chieko, and Tsukimi from ''Manga/{{Kuragehime}}'' ''Manga/PrincessJellyfish'' are [=NEETs=], though they vigorously deny it when Kuranosuke asks them about it. While it's true that several of them do have what technically qualifies as employment it's still painfully obvious that this is what they are.



* Yuuya in the two-shot manga ''Itsuka No Himitsu'' by Naono Bohra, is a NEET who is fired from his job and evicted, and has to move back in with his parents. Of course, this is written by [[{{YaoiFangirl}} Naono Bohra]], so this sets up a romance with his male neighbor he's known since childhood.

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* Yuuya in the two-shot manga ''Itsuka No Himitsu'' by Naono Bohra, is a NEET who is fired from his job and evicted, and has to move back in with his parents. Of course, this is written by [[{{YaoiFangirl}} [[YaoiFangirl Naono Bohra]], so this sets up a romance with his male neighbor he's known since childhood.
1st Apr '16 5:03:50 AM Knight20
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30th Mar '16 12:42:03 PM Oecchi
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* All six of the Matsuno brothers have become this in ''Anime/OsomatsuSan''. They're all unemployed [[VagueAge twenty-somethings]] still living with their parents, and whenever they ''do'' manage to get jobs [[FailureIsTheOnlyOption they can't keep them for more than one episode]]. Their mother goes so far as to address them as NEETs to their faces.

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* All six of the Matsuno brothers have become this in ''Anime/OsomatsuSan''. They're all unemployed [[VagueAge twenty-somethings]] still living with their parents, and whenever they ''do'' manage to get jobs [[FailureIsTheOnlyOption they can't keep them for more than one episode]]. Their mother goes so far as to address them as NEETs [=NEET=]s to their faces.
29th Mar '16 9:07:58 PM Oecchi
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* All six of the Matsuno brothers have become this in ''Anime/OsomatsuSan''. They're all unemployed (or [[FailureIsTheOnlyOption can't keep a job for more than one episode]]) [[VagueAge twenty-somethings]] still living with their parents. Their mother goes so far as to address them as such.

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* All six of the Matsuno brothers have become this in ''Anime/OsomatsuSan''. They're all unemployed (or [[FailureIsTheOnlyOption can't keep a job for more than one episode]]) [[VagueAge twenty-somethings]] still living with their parents. parents, and whenever they ''do'' manage to get jobs [[FailureIsTheOnlyOption they can't keep them for more than one episode]]. Their mother goes so far as to address them as such.
NEETs to their faces.
16th Mar '16 2:02:37 PM Nazetrime
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** Sparadrap has made himself look like one until one of his guilmates found out what his job was, as his guilmates either have a job or are students and he reported long playing hours.

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** Sparadrap has made himself look like one until one of his guilmates guildmates found out what his job was, as his guilmates was. His guildmates either have a job or are students and he reported long Sparadrap has frequently been playing hours.for a long time when they come home.
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