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18th Apr '18 9:56:25 PM MHarrington
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** In "Fast Buck Duck," WesternAnimation/DaffyDuck's head turns green, the head color of a mallard drake, out of envy. He also turns white all over in fear a few times.

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** In "Fast Buck Duck," WesternAnimation/DaffyDuck's head turns green, the head color of a mallard drake, out of envy. He also turns white all over in fear a few times. Later, he also turns red with anger at one point when the bulldog won't leave him alone.
15th Apr '18 11:27:20 PM Theriocephalus
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Most mammals are covered in fur, most birds in feathers, most reptiles in scales. Thus, [[LuminescentBlush if the blood rushes to the animal's skin]] as a result of effort, anger, embarrassment or pain, it should be covered from view, though if an animal has light-colored, thin fur or feathers, something of the skin tone may still be visible. Some creatures, namely robots, are inorganic, and have no blood with which to blush. However, a remarkable phenomenon takes place in the world of animated beings. There, if a {{bear|sAreBadNews}} burns or drops a hammer on its paw, or a duck is bilked of a million-dollar prize, or a [[OurGryphonsAreDifferent griffin]] is caught in the shower without a towel on -- or even if a [[AnthropomorphicObjects factory whistle]] is just blowing too strenuously -- the creature or object will turn bright red -- flesh, fur, feathers, or metal included. This phenomenon is usually restricted to the face, but will on some occasions spread over the whole body.

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Most mammals are covered in fur, most birds in feathers, most reptiles in scales. Thus, [[LuminescentBlush if the blood rushes to the animal's skin]] as a result of effort, anger, embarrassment or pain, it should be covered from view, though if an animal has light-colored, thin fur or feathers, something of the skin tone may still be visible. Some creatures, namely robots, are inorganic, and have no blood with which to blush. However, a remarkable phenomenon takes place in the world of animated beings. There, if a {{bear|sAreBadNews}} bear burns or drops a hammer on its paw, or a duck is bilked of a million-dollar prize, or a [[OurGryphonsAreDifferent griffin]] is caught in the shower without a towel on on, or a robot is kissed by their crush -- or even if a [[AnthropomorphicObjects factory whistle]] is just blowing too strenuously -- the creature or object will turn bright red -- flesh, fur, feathers, or metal included. This phenomenon is usually restricted to the face, but will on some occasions spread over the whole body.



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* Every Furry character in ''Webcomic/TwoKinds''
** All the pets in ''Webcomic/{{Housepets}}''
** Seems to be par for the course with [[UsefulNotes/FurryFandom furry art in general]], really.
** ''Webcomic/FurWillFly'' handwaves this with an explanation of why a mouse's fur should be able to blush--then admits said handwave was completely made up.
** ''Webcomic/{{Freefall}}'' is usually an exception, but this trope does show up in fan art and guest art, most obviously the guest image drawn by the same artist who does ''Webcomic/TwoKinds''.

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All the pets in ''Webcomic/{{Housepets}}''
** Seems to be par for the course with [[UsefulNotes/FurryFandom furry art in general]], really.
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''Webcomic/FurWillFly'' handwaves this with an explanation of why a mouse's fur should be able to blush--then admits said handwave was completely made up.
** * ''Webcomic/{{Freefall}}'' is usually an exception, but this trope does show up in fan art and guest art, most obviously the guest image drawn by the same artist who does ''Webcomic/TwoKinds''.



* An early ''Webcomic/OzyAndMillie'' cartoon features Millie trying to tan herself on the beach. Ozy, naturally, admires the prerequisite optimism involved.
** Millie's response, however implies that tanning in that universe works by darkening ones fur.

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* An early ''Webcomic/OzyAndMillie'' cartoon features Millie trying to tan herself on the beach. Ozy, naturally, admires the prerequisite optimism involved.
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involved. Millie's response, however however, implies that tanning in that universe works by darkening ones one's fur.



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* In ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyTales'', one-shot character Logan's entire head turns red after he is accepted into the girl's club.
** This is also seen quite a bit in ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'', especially with [[ShrinkingViolet Fluttershy]].
*** [[HumbleHero Twilight]] isn't far behind her, though.
*** This happened so often, people started assuming that the ponies were simply oddly-colored. In "Ponyville Confidential", [[ThoseTwoGuys Snips and Snails]] got gum stuck to their backsides and had to shave the surrounding hair off, revealing that, yes, the ponies do indeed have a coat of hair. Also, it proved a pony's cutie mark is a design on their hair, not their skin.

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* ''Franchise/MyLittlePony'':
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In ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyTales'', one-shot character Logan's entire head turns red after he is accepted into the girl's club.
** This is also seen quite a bit in ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'', especially with [[ShrinkingViolet Fluttershy]].
*** [[HumbleHero Twilight]] isn't far behind her, though.
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''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic''. This happened so often, people started assuming that the ponies were simply oddly-colored. oddly-colored furless creatures. In "Ponyville Confidential", [[ThoseTwoGuys Snips and Snails]] got gum stuck to their backsides and had to shave the surrounding hair off, revealing that, yes, the ponies do indeed have a coat of hair. Also, it proved a pony's cutie mark is a design on their hair, not their skin.and that the visible blushing must perforce be visible through the hair.
9th Mar '18 8:27:12 AM Oecchi
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** In "WesternAnimation/MusicLand", at the double wedding reception between the two saxophone-violin couples, the violin queen's face blushes red after the saxophone king kisses her, causing her tuners to spin so much that one of her strings snaps loose.

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** In "WesternAnimation/MusicLand", at the double wedding reception between the two saxophone-violin couples, the violin cello queen's face blushes red after the saxophone king kisses her, causing her tuners to spin so much that one of her strings snaps loose.
9th Mar '18 4:05:10 AM jormis29
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** In "Music Land", at the double wedding reception between the two saxophone-violin couples, the violin queen's face blushes red after the saxophone king kisses her, causing her tuners to spin so much that one of her strings snaps loose.

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** In "Music Land", "WesternAnimation/MusicLand", at the double wedding reception between the two saxophone-violin couples, the violin queen's face blushes red after the saxophone king kisses her, causing her tuners to spin so much that one of her strings snaps loose.
19th Feb '18 5:59:12 PM Monolaf317
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18th Feb '18 12:52:47 AM nombretomado
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** In the MGM short "The Shooting of Dan [=McGoo=]", Droopy blushes when [[RedHotRidingHood Red]] kisses him.

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** In the MGM short "The Shooting of Dan [=McGoo=]", Droopy blushes when [[RedHotRidingHood [[WesternAnimation/RedHotRidingHood Red]] kisses him.
28th Jan '18 4:07:54 PM nombretomado
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** In the {{MGM}} short "WesternAnimation/WhoKilledWho" a ghost blushes after being caught in an EekAMouse moment.
** In another {{MGM}} short "What Price Fleadom?", a bulldog's face blushes bright red when he notices the viewers are about to see him open his toothless mouth in which he puts back his dentures. He then pulls down a shade and puts them back in while hidden from view behind it, then lifts the shade back up and smiles at the audience sheepishly.

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** In the {{MGM}} Creator/{{MGM}} short "WesternAnimation/WhoKilledWho" a ghost blushes after being caught in an EekAMouse moment.
** In another {{MGM}} Creator/{{MGM}} short "What Price Fleadom?", a bulldog's face blushes bright red when he notices the viewers are about to see him open his toothless mouth in which he puts back his dentures. He then pulls down a shade and puts them back in while hidden from view behind it, then lifts the shade back up and smiles at the audience sheepishly.
8th Jan '18 7:29:14 PM Monolaf317
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* Jenny, the titular robot from ''WesternAnimation/MyLifeAsATeenageRobot'', blushes bright blue.
8th Jan '18 7:27:25 PM Monolaf317
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* In ''Manga/ShirokumaCafe'', Panda blushes every single time he brags about how cute he is. (Which is about once per episode)

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* In ''Manga/ShirokumaCafe'', Panda blushes every single time he brags about how cute he is. (Which is about once per episode)
OncePerEpisode.)
7th Jan '18 8:45:31 PM Monolaf317
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Most mammals are covered in fur, most birds in feathers, most reptiles in scales. Thus, if the blood rushes to the animal's skin as a result of effort, anger, embarrassment or pain, it should be covered from view, though if an animal has light-colored, thin fur or feathers, something of the skin tone may still be visible. Some creatures, namely robots, are inorganic, and have no blood with which to blush. However, a remarkable phenomenon takes place in the world of animated beings. There, if a {{bear|sAreBadNews}} burns or drops a hammer on its paw, or a duck is bilked of a million-dollar prize, or a [[OurGryphonsAreDifferent griffin]] is caught in the shower without a towel on -- or even if a [[AnthropomorphicObjects factory whistle]] is just blowing too strenuously -- the creature or object will turn bright red -- flesh, fur, feathers, or metal included. This phenomenon is usually restricted to the face, but will on some occasions spread over the whole body.

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Most mammals are covered in fur, most birds in feathers, most reptiles in scales. Thus, [[LuminescentBlush if the blood rushes to the animal's skin skin]] as a result of effort, anger, embarrassment or pain, it should be covered from view, though if an animal has light-colored, thin fur or feathers, something of the skin tone may still be visible. Some creatures, namely robots, are inorganic, and have no blood with which to blush. However, a remarkable phenomenon takes place in the world of animated beings. There, if a {{bear|sAreBadNews}} burns or drops a hammer on its paw, or a duck is bilked of a million-dollar prize, or a [[OurGryphonsAreDifferent griffin]] is caught in the shower without a towel on -- or even if a [[AnthropomorphicObjects factory whistle]] is just blowing too strenuously -- the creature or object will turn bright red -- flesh, fur, feathers, or metal included. This phenomenon is usually restricted to the face, but will on some occasions spread over the whole body.
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