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18th Mar '18 6:30:27 PM Monolaf317
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* ''Film/TragedyGirls'' has the friendship between [=McKayla=] Hooper and Sadie Cunningham. As evil and psychopathic as both girls are, they truly and deeply love one another, and frequently hold hands, spend all their time together, and kill people together to achieve fame. It's to the extent that their temporary falling-out is treated like a breakup, and both are clearly deeply miserable without each other.

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* ''Film/TragedyGirls'' has the friendship between [=McKayla=] Hooper and Sadie Cunningham. As evil and psychopathic as both girls are, they truly and deeply love one another, and frequently hold hands, spend all their time together, and kill people together to achieve fame. It's to the extent that their temporary falling-out is treated like a breakup, and both are clearly deeply miserable without each other. Yeah, their friendship is closer than a lot of people's ''marriages.''
13th Feb '18 6:11:01 PM eschlowx
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* Played with in ''Series/FakingIt''. This is what Amy and Karma actually have but they are passing as actual lesbians. Furthered subverted by the fact that Amy actually does have a lesbian crush on Karma, though it is unclear if she is a case of SingleTargetSexuality or just your good old IncompatibleOrientation. [[She later realizes that she's [[BiTheWay bi]].]]

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* Played with in ''Series/FakingIt''. This is what Amy and Karma actually have but they are passing as actual lesbians. Furthered subverted by the fact that Amy actually does have a lesbian crush on Karma, though it is unclear if she is a case of SingleTargetSexuality or just your good old IncompatibleOrientation. [[She [[spoiler:She later realizes that she's [[BiTheWay bi]].]]
13th Feb '18 6:09:59 PM eschlowx
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* Played with in ''Series/FakingIt''. This is what Amy and Karma actually have but they are passing as actual lesbians. Furthered subverted by the fact that Amy actually does have a lesbian crush on Karma, though it is unclear if she is a case of SingleTargetSexuality or just your good old IncompatibleOrientation.

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* Played with in ''Series/FakingIt''. This is what Amy and Karma actually have but they are passing as actual lesbians. Furthered subverted by the fact that Amy actually does have a lesbian crush on Karma, though it is unclear if she is a case of SingleTargetSexuality or just your good old IncompatibleOrientation. [[She later realizes that she's [[BiTheWay bi]].]]
3rd Feb '18 2:05:55 PM AdelePotter
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* ''Film/TragedyGirls'' has the friendship between [=McKayla=] Hooper and Sadie Cunningham. As evil and psychopathic as both girls are, they truly and deeply love one another, and frequently hold hands, spend all their time together, and kill people together to achieve fame. It's to the extent that their temporary falling-out is treated like a breakup, and both are clearly deeply miserable without each other.
17th Jan '18 6:36:47 PM Monolaf317
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In Japan, this is known as "Class S" and is far more common than in the West. [[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff Due to the influence of Western female literature]],[[labelnote:Note]]''Literature/ALittlePrincess'', ''Literature/AnneOfGreenGables'', and ''Literature/LittleWomen''.[[/labelnote]] the Japanese developed a belief that young girls are expected to have friendships with each other that emulate boyfriend–girlfriend relationships. This is considered a temporary but wonderful part of adolescence, which they can later "graduate" from to "real" relationships with boys. To remain in a "Class S" relationship past middle school is seen as a sign of immaturity, although it is expected that these friendships will continue into adulthood without the romantic elements. The possibility of one or more of the girls involved in a "Class S" relationship being truly invested in the other romantically is usually ignored.

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In Japan, this is known as "Class S" and is far more common than in the West. [[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff Due to the influence of Western female literature]],[[labelnote:Note]]''Literature/ALittlePrincess'', ''Literature/AnneOfGreenGables'', and ''Literature/LittleWomen''.[[/labelnote]] the Japanese developed a belief that young girls are expected to have friendships with each other that emulate boyfriend–girlfriend relationships. This is considered a temporary but wonderful part of adolescence, which they can later "graduate" from to "real" relationships with boys. To remain in a "Class S" relationship past middle school is seen as a sign of immaturity, although it is expected that these friendships will continue into adulthood without the romantic elements. The possibility of one or more of the girls involved in a "Class S" relationship being truly invested in the other romantically is usually ignored.
16th Jan '18 3:39:25 PM Monolaf317
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* In ''Webcomic/RedString'' Fuuko finds love after she moves to Toyko, Hanae. When Hanae's mother discovers their relationship she [[http://www.redstring.strawberrycomics.com/?p=1025 chastises them]] telling that they need to grow out of it because it "Won't get them anywhere" (i.e. won't get them married) clearly disregarding their love as a "Class S" relationship.

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* In ''Webcomic/RedString'' ''Webcomic/RedString'', Fuuko finds love after she moves to Toyko, Hanae. When Hanae's mother discovers their relationship she [[http://www.redstring.strawberrycomics.com/?p=1025 chastises them]] telling that they need to grow out of it because it "Won't get them anywhere" (i.e. won't get them married) clearly disregarding their love as a "Class S" relationship.
10th Jan '18 8:46:00 PM Monolaf317
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* Shows up in the [[Literature/AmericanGirlsCollection American Girl]] books.

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* Shows up in the [[Literature/AmericanGirlsCollection ''[[Literature/AmericanGirlsCollection American Girl]] Girl]]'' books.



** Kit Kittredge and Ruthie Smithens, ditto again.

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** Kit Kittredge and Ruthie Smithens, [[RuleOfThree ditto again.again]].



* Literature/JessicaDarling and her best friend Hope were ''extremely'' close, to the point where Hope moving away throws Jess into a year-long depression. Despite that, Jess is surprised and annoyed that anyone [[MistakenForGay would think]] that she's a [[UnusualEuphemism "vagitarian."]]

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* Literature/JessicaDarling and her best friend Hope were ''extremely'' close, to the point where Hope moving away throws Jess into a year-long depression. Despite that, Jess is surprised and annoyed that anyone [[MistakenForGay would think]] that she's a [[UnusualEuphemism [[IncrediblyLamePun "vagitarian."]]
9th Jan '18 7:54:40 PM Monolaf317
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In Japan, this is known as "Class S" and is far more common than in the West. Due to the influence of Western female literature,[[labelnote:Note]]''Literature/ALittlePrincess'', ''Literature/AnneOfGreenGables'', and ''Literature/LittleWomen''.[[/labelnote]] the Japanese developed a belief that young girls are expected to have friendships with each other that emulate boyfriend–girlfriend relationships. This is considered a temporary but wonderful part of adolescence, which they can later "graduate" from to "real" relationships with boys. To remain in a "Class S" relationship past middle school is seen as a sign of immaturity, although it is expected that these friendships will continue into adulthood without the romantic elements. The possibility of one or more of the girls involved in a "Class S" relationship being truly invested in the other romantically is usually ignored.

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In Japan, this is known as "Class S" and is far more common than in the West. [[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff Due to the influence of Western female literature,[[labelnote:Note]]''Literature/ALittlePrincess'', literature]],[[labelnote:Note]]''Literature/ALittlePrincess'', ''Literature/AnneOfGreenGables'', and ''Literature/LittleWomen''.[[/labelnote]] the Japanese developed a belief that young girls are expected to have friendships with each other that emulate boyfriend–girlfriend relationships. This is considered a temporary but wonderful part of adolescence, which they can later "graduate" from to "real" relationships with boys. To remain in a "Class S" relationship past middle school is seen as a sign of immaturity, although it is expected that these friendships will continue into adulthood without the romantic elements. The possibility of one or more of the girls involved in a "Class S" relationship being truly invested in the other romantically is usually ignored.
8th Jan '18 8:29:48 AM Monolaf317
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** [[VitriolicBestBuds Brittnay Matthews and Mackenzie Zales]], and [[ButtMonkey Rachel Tice and Judith Dinsmore]]; those pairs are ''very much'' in synch with each other.

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** [[VitriolicBestBuds Brittnay Matthews and Mackenzie Zales]], and [[ButtMonkey Rachel Tice and Judith Dinsmore]]; those pairs are ''very much'' ''[[SpeakInUnison very]] [[FinishingEachOthersSentences much]]'' in synch with each other.
28th Dec '17 3:00:12 PM margdean56
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* Clarissa and Anna from ''Literature/{{Clarissa}}''. When Clarissa is stuck in a position between chosing Lovelace or Solmes (neither of whom she likes) Anna suggests they run away together London.

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* Clarissa and Anna from ''Literature/{{Clarissa}}''. When Clarissa is stuck in a position between chosing choosing Lovelace or Solmes (neither of whom she likes) Anna suggests they run away together to London.
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