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18th Jan '18 6:23:12 PM nombretomado
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* A sun in ''LocoRoco'' is one happy fellow who's always smiling when not sleeping.

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* A sun in ''LocoRoco'' ''VideoGame/LocoRoco'' is one happy fellow who's always smiling when not sleeping.
16th Jan '18 3:20:22 PM ScorpiusOB1
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* The Spanish snacks company [[http://www.tosfrit.es/ Tosfrit]], complete with GooglesDoNothing.

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* The Spanish snacks company [[http://www.tosfrit.es/ Tosfrit]], complete with GooglesDoNothing.GogglesDoNothing.



* In UsefulNotes/{{Tarot}} decks, the Major Arcana Sun is represented this way. Depending of the deck, it may be more or less NightmareFuel-ish.

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* In UsefulNotes/{{Tarot}} decks, the Sun Major Arcana Sun is usually represented this way. Depending of the deck, deck and your tastes, it may however be more or less NightmareFuel-ish.
16th Jan '18 3:17:28 PM ScorpiusOB1
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* The Spanish snacks company [[http://www.tosfrit.es/ Tosfrit]], complete with GooglesDoNothing.


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* In UsefulNotes/{{Tarot}} decks, the Major Arcana Sun is represented this way. Depending of the deck, it may be more or less NightmareFuel-ish.
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7th Jan '18 9:16:14 PM Synchronicity
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This is OlderThanTheyThink: Many classical and medieval works of art depict the sun, "Sol", in this manner, though obviously not in a cartoony fashion. This was codified in medieval heraldry, where the sun was a "sun radiant" if it had rays but no face. A sun with both rays and a face was "the sun in his splendor" (the modern flags of UsefulNotes/{{Argentina}} and UsefulNotes/{{Uruguay}} present a South American-influenced form of this, the Sun of May). The [[UsefulNotes/{{Philippines}} Philippine]] flag [[AndZoidberg does too]]. This is common illustration in [[http://califia.us/Folklore/lecture6c.htm folklore]]; see for example, [[http://califia.us/Folklore/6universe_sm.jpg here]].

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This is OlderThanTheyThink: Many classical and medieval works of art depict the sun, "Sol", in this manner, though obviously not in a cartoony fashion. This was codified in medieval heraldry, where the sun was a "sun radiant" if it had rays but no face. A sun with both rays and a face was "the sun in his splendor" (the modern flags of UsefulNotes/{{Argentina}} and UsefulNotes/{{Uruguay}} present a South American-influenced form of this, the Sun of May). The [[UsefulNotes/{{Philippines}} Philippine]] flag [[AndZoidberg does too]]. This is common illustration in [[http://califia.us/Folklore/lecture6c.htm folklore]]; see for example, [[http://califia.us/Folklore/6universe_sm.jpg here]].
3rd Jan '18 6:17:24 AM Cryoclaste
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* The [[{{Pokemon}} Pokémon]] Solrock invokes this trope, though it's a sun-shaped meteor rather than an actual ball of plasma. It first appears in ''[[VideoGame/PokemonRubyAndSapphire Ruby]]'' (and later ''[[UpdatedRerelease Emerald]]'') ''Versions''; its counterpart in ''[[VideoGame/PokemonRubyAndSapphire Sapphire]]'' is [[TheManInTheMoon Lunatone]].

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* The [[{{Pokemon}} Pokémon]] Franchise/{{Pokemon}} Solrock invokes this trope, though it's a sun-shaped meteor rather than an actual ball of plasma. It first appears in ''[[VideoGame/PokemonRubyAndSapphire Ruby]]'' (and later ''[[UpdatedRerelease Emerald]]'') ''Versions''; its counterpart in ''[[VideoGame/PokemonRubyAndSapphire Sapphire]]'' is [[TheManInTheMoon Lunatone]].
20th Dec '17 9:53:50 PM KizunaTallis
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* ''Series/{{Teletubbies}}'' has an [[UncannyValley absolutely terrifying]] [[TheFaceOfTheSun baby-faced]] sun. The actual reason for the sun being that way is that it represents the toddlers and babies who are watching the program.

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* ''Series/{{Teletubbies}}'' has an [[UncannyValley absolutely terrifying]] [[TheFaceOfTheSun baby-faced]] baby-faced sun. The actual reason for the sun being that way is that it represents the toddlers and babies who are watching the program.
24th Oct '17 5:16:52 AM Snicka
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The sun is typically depicted as having a smiling face, but if the scene is a HeatWave, the sun will look mean. In all scenarios, the sun provides viewers with potential NightmareFuel.

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The sun is typically depicted as having a smiling face, but if the scene sun in question is a SinisterSentientSun, potentially creating a HeatWave, the sun it will look mean. In all scenarios, the sun provides viewers with potential NightmareFuel.
23rd Oct '17 1:21:29 PM JapaneseTeeth
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[[caption-width-right:150:[-Let it haunt your daymares!-] ]]

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[[caption-width-right:200:But where are the two scoops of raisins?]]
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10th Oct '17 10:55:32 PM Ingonyama
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* ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeastTheEnchantedChristmas'': During the medieval/Renaissance woodcut ArtShift depicted in "Stories", the lines "I know a tiny place/Just a dot, too small to measure", Earth is seen depicted in space with the rest of the solar system and the sun appears this way, just as described above in heraldry ("the sun in his splendor"). It also appears this way a bit earlier in the song.

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* ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeastTheEnchantedChristmas'': During the medieval/Renaissance woodcut ArtShift depicted in "Stories", the lines "I know a tiny place/Just a dot, too small to measure", measure" are accompanied by Earth is seen depicted in space with the rest of the solar system system, and the sun appears this way, just as described above in heraldry ("the sun in his splendor"). It also appears this way a bit earlier in the song.
10th Oct '17 10:54:29 PM Ingonyama
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* ''Disney/BellesEnchantedChristmas'': During the medieval/Renaissance woodcut ArtShift depicted in "Stories", the lines "I know a tiny place/Just a dot, too small to measure", Earth is seen depicted in space with the rest of the solar system and the sun appears this way, just as described above in heraldry ("the sun in his splendor"). It also appears this way a bit earlier in the song.

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* ''Disney/BellesEnchantedChristmas'': ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeastTheEnchantedChristmas'': During the medieval/Renaissance woodcut ArtShift depicted in "Stories", the lines "I know a tiny place/Just a dot, too small to measure", Earth is seen depicted in space with the rest of the solar system and the sun appears this way, just as described above in heraldry ("the sun in his splendor"). It also appears this way a bit earlier in the song.
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