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15th May '16 8:14:21 AM Pichu-kun
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* [[Anime/ReadOrDie Yomiko Readman]] lapses into this quite a bit, when she's not [[LetsGetDangerous killing people]]. In the manga, she once expresses her displeasure by making a paper airplane with her making a rude face and throwing it at her opponent.

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* [[Anime/ReadOrDie ''Anime/ReadOrDie'':
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Yomiko Readman]] Readman lapses into this quite a bit, when she's not [[LetsGetDangerous killing people]]. In the manga, she once expresses her displeasure by making a paper airplane with her making a rude face and throwing it at her opponent.



-->'''Pinkie Pie'': No.

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-->'''Pinkie Pie'': Pie''': No.
15th May '16 8:12:48 AM Pichu-kun
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* Adults in ''Anime/LuckyStar'' are often this, to the annoyance of [[GenreSavvy Konata.]]

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* Adults in ''Anime/LuckyStar'' ''Manga/LuckyStar'' are often this, to the annoyance of [[GenreSavvy Konata.]]



* Yoshinoya-sensei in ''Manga/HidamariSketch'' is a very good example. She considers herself a young woman before even thinking of herself as a teacher, delights in [[CosplayOtakuGirl dressing up in costumes]], and is prone to odd looks from her students.
** Her principal is always ''extremely'' disgusted with her, and HilarityEnsues whenever they meet.

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* Yoshinoya-sensei in ''Manga/HidamariSketch'' is a very good example. She considers herself a young woman before even thinking of herself as a teacher, delights in [[CosplayOtakuGirl dressing up in costumes]], and is prone to odd looks from her students.
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students. Her principal is always ''extremely'' disgusted with her, and HilarityEnsues whenever they meet.



* Pig from ''ComicStrip/PearlsBeforeSwine'' is eternally clueless and innocent compared to the [[CrapsackWorld world around him]]. All of his friends, particularly his roommate Rat, ridicule him for this.

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* ''ComicStrip/PearlsBeforeSwine'':
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Pig from ''ComicStrip/PearlsBeforeSwine'' is eternally clueless and innocent compared to the [[CrapsackWorld world around him]]. All of his friends, particularly his roommate Rat, ridicule him for this.



* Felicia the [[CatGirl Catwoman]] from Capcom's ''VideoGame/{{Darkstalkers}}'' saga has been slowly transformed into one of these, as newer games shows her throwing kiddy tantrums, being dense as a brick, losing her head for a piece of food and hanging around with kids like Klonoa (in ''VideoGame/NamcoXCapcom''), behaving exactly like him. The weird part? Even if she is genuinely friendly and never holds any ill intention, you must remember that ''she's 28 years old.''
** The original description says catgirls age by about half the speed of a human. Technically, she's 14.

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* Felicia the [[CatGirl Catwoman]] from Capcom's ''VideoGame/{{Darkstalkers}}'' saga has been slowly transformed into one of these, as newer games shows her throwing kiddy tantrums, being dense as a brick, losing her head for a piece of food and hanging around with kids like Klonoa (in ''VideoGame/NamcoXCapcom''), behaving exactly like him. The weird part? Even if she is genuinely friendly and never holds any ill intention, you must remember that ''she's 28 years old.''
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'' The original description says catgirls age by about half the speed of a human. Technically, she's 14.



* ''VideoGame/HometownStory'' has Sue the witch who's two centuries old, looks young teenage at the oldest and is frequently seen playing with the two young boys among the characters, one of whom has a crush on her. The game has an event during which the village lumberjack considers giving wood to the kids (including Sue) so they can have a bonfire, but only feels comfortable doing it if they are supervised by the PlayerCharacter (an ordinary human older teen or young adult).

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* ''VideoGame/HometownStory'' has Sue the witch who's two centuries old, looks like a young teenage teenager at the oldest and is frequently seen playing with the two young boys among the characters, one of whom has a crush on her. The game has an event during which the village lumberjack considers giving wood to the kids (including Sue) so they can have a bonfire, but only feels comfortable doing it if they are supervised by the PlayerCharacter (an ordinary human older teen or young adult).


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* Pinkie Pie is one in ''WebVideo/FriendshipIsWitchcraft'' however it's due to her traumatic foalhood. Her [[ParentalAbandonment parents died]] when she was young and she was sent to an orphanage where she was treated poorly and emotionally absused for being [[FantasticRacism an Earth Pony]] and due to her Romani heritage. Twilight questions her about this when she goes Trick-or-Treating with foals.
-->'''Pinkie Pie''': I'm just a kid! I fit in!
-->'''Twilight Sparkle''': Pinkie Pie, didn't you already have a childhood?
-->[{{beat}}]
-->'''Pinkie Pie'': No.
8th May '16 1:38:04 PM Morgenthaler
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%%* The ''XWingSeries'''s Wes Janson is often said to be like this; he enjoys life wholeheartedly and likes pranks, puns, and having fun without caring about dignity. A fellow pilot once says that getting him up to the mental age of twelve, maybe thirteen would be impossible. For all that, though, he does know how and when to put on a straight face and get serious. In combat, he's actually something of a ColdSniper.
* In ''{{Diary of a Wimpy Kid}}'', almost all of Rowley's friends are little kids.
%%* ''InDeath'': Bart Minnock from ''Fantasy In Death'' was apparently this. It might explain why his murder particularly stuck in Eve and Roarke's craws.

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%%* The ''XWingSeries'''s ''Literature/XWingSeries'''s Wes Janson is often said to be like this; he enjoys life wholeheartedly and likes pranks, puns, and having fun without caring about dignity. A fellow pilot once says that getting him up to the mental age of twelve, maybe thirteen would be impossible. For all that, though, he does know how and when to put on a straight face and get serious. In combat, he's actually something of a ColdSniper.
* In ''{{Diary ''Literature/{{Diary of a Wimpy Kid}}'', almost all of Rowley's friends are little kids.
%%* ''InDeath'': ''Literature/InDeath'': Bart Minnock from ''Fantasy In Death'' was apparently this. It might explain why his murder particularly stuck in Eve and Roarke's craws.



* Gordy the janitor on ''NedsDeclassifiedSchoolSurvivalGuide'' who helps with many of the main characters' [[ASimplePlan simple plans.]]

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* Gordy the janitor on ''NedsDeclassifiedSchoolSurvivalGuide'' ''Series/NedsDeclassifiedSchoolSurvivalGuide'' who helps with many of the main characters' [[ASimplePlan simple plans.]]
24th Mar '16 5:59:04 PM nombretomado
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* Cliff Huxtable of ''TheCosbyShow'' may be a doctor, but he often has childlike traits. Mostly he uses them only around children.

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* Cliff Huxtable of ''TheCosbyShow'' ''Series/TheCosbyShow'' may be a doctor, but he often has childlike traits. Mostly he uses them only around children.
22nd Mar '16 4:05:54 PM siberia82
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* In ''Film/X2XMenUnited'', Nightcrawler was excluded from the planning session along with the younger X-Men.

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* In ''Film/X2XMenUnited'', ''Film/XMen'':
** ''Film/X2XMenUnited'':
Nightcrawler was excluded from the planning session along with the younger X-Men.X-Men.
** ''Film/XMenFirstClass'': Raven would rather hang out with the adolescent mutants than with Charles and Erik even though her age is much closer to the two men's.
18th Mar '16 11:21:08 PM Hossmeister
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14th Mar '16 7:18:42 AM MegaMarioMan
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%%* ''{{Psych}}'' has main character Shawn Spencer.

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%%* ''{{Psych}}'' ''Series/{{Psych}}'' has main character Shawn Spencer.
9th Mar '16 9:03:32 PM Josef5678
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* Spencer from ''Series/{{iCarly}}''. Worse, he's a [[PromotionToParent Promoted To Parent]] older brother to the main character. Yeah...the only parental figure Carly has is more of a kid than she is. At least she's a high schooler--or is it supposed to be middle school? If it's supposed to be middle school, it's DawsonCasting; if high school, then not.
** Middle school in season 1, high school in subsequent seasons (even though it's all in the same school building).

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* Spencer from ''Series/{{iCarly}}''. Worse, he's a [[PromotionToParent Promoted To Parent]] older brother to the main character. Yeah...the only parental figure Carly has is more of a kid than she is. At least she's a high schooler--or is it supposed to be middle school? If it's supposed to be middle school, it's DawsonCasting; if high school, then not.
** Middle school in
schooler, starting with season 1, high school in subsequent seasons (even though it's all in the same school building).2.
1st Mar '16 2:46:55 AM StFan
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%%* Midori Sugiura from ''Anime/{{Mai-HiME}}'' is a twenty-something teacher and waitress with a love for history and the occult, but repeatedly tells everyone she knows that she's [[YoungerThanTheyLook really only 17]] (and also, evidently, Manga/SailorMoon.) Nobody believes her in either case... especially [[SchoolNurse Nurse]] Yoko, one of her former college mates.

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%%* Midori Sugiura from ''Anime/{{Mai-HiME}}'' ''Anime/MaiHime'' is a twenty-something teacher and waitress with a love for history and the occult, but repeatedly tells everyone she knows that she's [[YoungerThanTheyLook really only 17]] (and also, evidently, Manga/SailorMoon.) Nobody believes her in either case... especially [[SchoolNurse Nurse]] Yoko, one of her former college mates.



%%** In Anime/{{Mai-Otome}}, the sequel to Mai-Hime, that version of Midori also insists that she's 17. However it's for a much darker reason: [[spoiler: Her people is suffering from a degenerative disease, and resorted to technology to halt it. 17 was the age she was when she started her "treatment"]]

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%%** In Anime/{{Mai-Otome}}, Anime/MaiOtome, the sequel to Mai-Hime, ''Anime/MaiHime'', that version of Midori also insists that she's 17. However it's for a much darker reason: [[spoiler: Her people is suffering from a degenerative disease, and resorted to technology to halt it. 17 was the age she was when she started her "treatment"]]
22nd Feb '16 6:42:36 PM jormis29
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%%* [[{{Castle}} Richard Castle]] is this, along with his own mother, who is arguably worse than he is. Alexis, Castle's teenage daughter, is undoubtedly the most mature of the three.

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%%* [[{{Castle}} [[Series/{{Castle}} Richard Castle]] is this, along with his own mother, who is arguably worse than he is. Alexis, Castle's teenage daughter, is undoubtedly the most mature of the three.



%%* SarahSilverman in ''TheSarahSilvermanProgram''.
%%* [[TheAdventuresOfPeteAndPete "Artie! The Strongest Man...In The World!"]]

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%%* SarahSilverman in ''TheSarahSilvermanProgram''.
''Series/TheSarahSilvermanProgram''.
%%* [[TheAdventuresOfPeteAndPete [[Series/TheAdventuresOfPeteAndPete "Artie! The Strongest Man...In The World!"]]
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