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26th Mar '16 4:54:07 PM MHarrington
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** Sylvester the Cat does it in "Claws for Alarm," when he sees a "ghost" (actually a number of murderous mice under a bed-sheet), turns white with fear.
** In "WesternAnimation/DripAlon Daffy," WesternAnimation/DaffyDuck and WesternAnimation/PorkyPig, Nasty Canasta is felled by a tiny wind-up soldier… whose rifle packs a mighty wallop.

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** Sylvester the Cat does it in "Claws for Alarm," when he sees a "ghost" (actually (or rather, a number of murderous mice under a bed-sheet), turns white with fear.
** In "WesternAnimation/DripAlon Daffy," WesternAnimation/DaffyDuck and WesternAnimation/PorkyPig, Nasty Canasta is felled by a tiny wind-up soldier… whose rifle packs a mighty wallop.
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26th Mar '16 4:51:49 PM MHarrington
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** In "[[WesternAnimation/WileECoyoteAndTheRoadrunner Stop, Look and Hasten]]", Wile E. Coyote leaps into the Burmese tiger pit-trap he has dug, thinking he has captured the Road Runner, only to instantly re-emerge with abnormally white fur and fleeing in fear; a Burmese tiger then crawls out of the pit and angrily stalks off.

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** In "[[WesternAnimation/WileECoyoteAndTheRoadrunner Stop, Look and Hasten]]", Wile E. Coyote leaps into the Burmese tiger pit-trap he has dug, thinking he has captured the Road Runner, only to instantly re-emerge with abnormally white fur and fleeing in fear; a Burmese tiger ([[CanisLatinicus Surprisibus! Surprisibus!]]) then crawls out of the pit and angrily stalks off.
26th Mar '16 4:49:32 PM MHarrington
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* This is common in WaltDisney's full-length features, ClassicDisneyShorts, and Disney television series:

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* This is common in WaltDisney's [[DisneyAnimatedCanon full-length features, features]], ClassicDisneyShorts, and Disney television series:
2nd Jan '16 10:00:21 AM nombretomado
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* In Sonic and the Black Knight, Blaze (as Percival) has just been rescued by Sonic. [[TalkingWeapon Caliburn]] suggests that they "save the hugs and kisses for later". Cue Blaze's very first {{Moe}} moment.
* Elh from ''{{Solatorobo}}'' is a {{Tsundere}} cat who blushes hard when some one hits her soft spot regarding her relationship with Red. Chocolat, on the other hand, ''always'' has BlushStickers on her face as a default expression.

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* In ''[[VideoGame/SonicStorybookSeries Sonic and the Black Knight, Knight]]'', Blaze (as Percival) has just been rescued by Sonic. [[TalkingWeapon Caliburn]] suggests that they "save the hugs and kisses for later". Cue Blaze's very first {{Moe}} moment.
* Elh from ''{{Solatorobo}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Solatorobo}}'' is a {{Tsundere}} cat who blushes hard when some one hits her soft spot regarding her relationship with Red. Chocolat, on the other hand, ''always'' has BlushStickers on her face as a default expression.
4th Dec '15 9:29:10 AM jamespolk
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** In "Drip-A-Long Daffy," WesternAnimation/DaffyDuck and WesternAnimation/PorkyPig, among other reactions, turn green, as a result of the drink forced on them by Nasty Canasta.

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** In "Drip-A-Long "WesternAnimation/DripAlon Daffy," WesternAnimation/DaffyDuck and WesternAnimation/PorkyPig, among other reactions, turn green, as a result of the drink forced on them by Nasty Canasta.Canasta is felled by a tiny wind-up soldier… whose rifle packs a mighty wallop.
3rd Dec '15 8:48:55 AM FF32
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* As lampshaded in the AltText of [[http://nedroid.com/2011/07/sunburn/ this]] ''{{Nedroid}}'' comic, birds, being covered in feathers, can't get sunburns. Maybe Reginald's feathers are transparent?

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* As lampshaded in the AltText of [[http://nedroid.com/2011/07/sunburn/ this]] ''{{Nedroid}}'' ''Webcomic/{{Nedroid}}'' comic, birds, being covered in feathers, can't get sunburns. Maybe Reginald's feathers are transparent?
8th Nov '15 4:59:40 PM nombretomado
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* Benson from ''RegularShow'' gets red in the face when angry. Did we mention that Benson is a ''gumball machine''?
* Twice in AllDogsGotoHeaven, when Carface breathes cigar smoke in Killer's face, the latter becomes sickly and his entire body turns green, as the smoke makes him expel hacks.
* On TheRenAndStimpyShow, the former titular character sometimes got red-faced when hot tempered in various episodes.

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* Benson from ''RegularShow'' ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow'' gets red in the face when angry. Did we mention that Benson is a ''gumball machine''?
* Twice in AllDogsGotoHeaven, ''WesternAnimation/AllDogsGotoHeaven'', when Carface breathes cigar smoke in Killer's face, the latter becomes sickly and his entire body turns green, as the smoke makes him expel hacks.
* On TheRenAndStimpyShow, ''WesternAnimation/TheRenAndStimpyShow'', the former titular character sometimes got red-faced when hot tempered in various episodes.
22nd Oct '15 4:34:43 PM nombretomado
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** Flower the skunk in {{Disney}}'s ''Disney/{{Bambi}}'' turns red when being kissed for the first time, the blush travelling from his nose all the way to the tip of his tail.

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** Flower the skunk in {{Disney}}'s Creator/{{Disney}}'s ''Disney/{{Bambi}}'' turns red when being kissed for the first time, the blush travelling from his nose all the way to the tip of his tail.
24th Sep '15 3:11:34 PM TARINunit9
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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 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, 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 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.



* Jenny from ''WesternAnimation/MyLifeAsATeenageRobot'' blushes bright blue.

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* Jenny Jenny, the titular robot from ''WesternAnimation/MyLifeAsATeenageRobot'' ''WesternAnimation/MyLifeAsATeenageRobot'', blushes bright blue.
23rd Aug '15 6:14:47 PM Adept
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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 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 [[MorallyAmbiguousDucktorate 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, 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 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 [[MorallyAmbiguousDucktorate duck]] 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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