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18th May '17 7:13:39 PM nombretomado
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* In ''UruseiYatsura'', young Ten is persecuted by kindergartener {{Yandere}} Mako, who wants him as her boyfriend. In one instance, she tells him about her imminent journey to someplace far away for a long time, [[AndThereWasMuchRejoicing which sends Ten into giddy happiness]]. However, being in kindergarten, Mako simply meant that she would be going to school. A few hours later, she's back and Ten is in shock and despair.

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* In ''UruseiYatsura'', ''Manga/UruseiYatsura'', young Ten is persecuted by kindergartener {{Yandere}} Mako, who wants him as her boyfriend. In one instance, she tells him about her imminent journey to someplace far away for a long time, [[AndThereWasMuchRejoicing which sends Ten into giddy happiness]]. However, being in kindergarten, Mako simply meant that she would be going to school. A few hours later, she's back and Ten is in shock and despair.
24th Mar '17 9:12:25 PM JMQwilleran
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* The dilemma of ''Nancy Clancy: Late-Breaking News'' revolves around Nancy overhearing a snippet of a conversation her teacher is having that causes her to believe that he's moving away, which she then tells to her best friend and ends up getting spread around to a good portion of her class. It transpires that he's not moving anywhere and was referring to something else entirely.
22nd Nov '16 8:19:14 PM Eddy1215
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* ''[[Film/MaxKeeblesBigMove Max Keeble's Big Move]]'' is a variation on this theme. Max decides to take advantage of his move and get revenge on all the school's bullies before being whisked off scot-free, [[spoiler:but the move is canceled and he has to return to school. Uh-oh.]]

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* ''[[Film/MaxKeeblesBigMove Max Keeble's Big Move]]'' is a variation on this theme. Max decides to take advantage of his move and get revenge on all the school's bullies before being whisked off scot-free, [[spoiler:but the move is canceled and he has to return to school. Uh-oh.[[CrossingTheBurntBridge Uh-oh]].]]
7th Nov '16 5:30:54 AM Monolaf317
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1st Nov '16 1:05:29 PM Monolaf317
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* Tragically {{Averted}} in ''Manga/ChisSweetHome'', where [[spoiler: Blackie moves away and is PutOnABus for a while.]] Chi is understandably devastated, to the point where she goes through the FiveStagesOfGrief. This is also averted later on for Chi herself [[spoiler:twice]] for the sake of ''New Address'' [[spoiler:the finale of the manga]].

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* Tragically {{Averted}} in ''Manga/ChisSweetHome'', where [[spoiler: Blackie moves away and is PutOnABus for a while.]] Chi is understandably devastated, to the point where she goes through the FiveStagesOfGrief. This is also averted later on for Chi herself [[spoiler:twice]] for the sake of ''New Address'' [[spoiler:the [[spoiler:and the finale of the manga]].
1st Nov '16 1:02:37 PM Monolaf317
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* ''Literature/LittleCritter'' has one in ''We are Moving''. He and Little Sister are both very upset, but it turns out that they're just moving a short distance away, to a home nearby their elementary school. This is one of the few that actually tries to hide that the move isn't a big deal.]

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* ''Literature/LittleCritter'' has one in ''We are Moving''. He and Little Sister are both very upset, but it turns out that they're just moving a short distance away, to a home nearby their elementary school. This is one of the few that actually tries to hide that the move isn't a big deal.]
29th Oct '16 9:43:24 AM Monolaf317
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* Tragically {{Averted}} in ''Manga/ChisSweetHome'', where [[spoiler: Blackie moves away and is PutOnABus for a while.]] Chi is understandably devastated, to the point where she goes through the FiveStagesOfGrief.

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* Tragically {{Averted}} in ''Manga/ChisSweetHome'', where [[spoiler: Blackie moves away and is PutOnABus for a while.]] Chi is understandably devastated, to the point where she goes through the FiveStagesOfGrief. This is also averted later on for Chi herself [[spoiler:twice]] for the sake of ''New Address'' [[spoiler:the finale of the manga]].
18th Sep '16 5:31:58 PM Monolaf317
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* ''Anime/{{Hamtaro}}'' plays this straight twice with the ham-hams then cruelly averts it. [[spoiler:First with Bijou and then with Hamtaro, both who were very close to averting this trope and were only saved when their owners' parents decided to not go through with the move in the last minute]]. Then really averts it when [[spoiler:Travis]] did move.
* {{Averted}} in ''Manga/ChisSweetHome'', where [[spoiler: Blackie moves away and is PutOnABus for a while.]] Chi is understandably devastated, to the point where she goes through the FiveStagesOfGrief.

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* ''Anime/{{Hamtaro}}'' plays this straight twice with the ham-hams Ham-Hams then cruelly averts it. [[spoiler:First with Bijou and then with Hamtaro, both who were very close to averting this trope and were only saved when their owners' parents decided to not go through with the move in the last minute]]. Then really averts it when [[spoiler:Travis]] did move.
* Tragically {{Averted}} in ''Manga/ChisSweetHome'', where [[spoiler: Blackie moves away and is PutOnABus for a while.]] Chi is understandably devastated, to the point where she goes through the FiveStagesOfGrief.
8th Aug '16 2:16:24 PM JMQwilleran
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If the show is a comedy or generally of a comedic bent, then expect the situation to be played for great giggles, generally at the expense of the character who believes that someone is moving away. If the show is generally of a more serious nature, however, then the show may aim to tug at the viewers' heartstrings, even though this plotline is typically a form of DramaticIrony, as the viewers are usually fully aware that the character in question is not, in fact, moving away.

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If the show is a comedy or generally of a comedic bent, then expect the situation to be played for great giggles, generally at the expense of the character who believes that someone is moving away. If the show is generally of a more serious nature, however, then the show may aim to tug at the viewers' heartstrings, even though this plotline is typically a form of DramaticIrony, as the viewers are usually fully aware that the character in question is not, in fact, moving away.
away. Often the result of OutOfContextEavesdropping.


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* In "This is Your Life, Bear" from ''Series/BearInTheBigBlueHouse'', the kids believe that Bear is moving away from the Big Blue House when actually he's just won a vacation. They're actually right on a meta-level, though, in that the episode is the show's series finale.
1st Aug '16 8:37:53 PM Monolaf317
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Note: Due to the basic nature of this trope, expect unmarked spoilers in the examples.

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Note: '''Note: Due to the basic nature of this trope, expect unmarked spoilers in the examples.'''
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