History Main / TwinkleSmile

1st Jun '16 4:11:58 PM NASCARLOVER427
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* [[WebVideo/WhatcultureWrestling Adam Blampied]], because he's a smartass!
31st May '16 11:18:53 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* Gasket does this as he completes his transformation in '' [[TransformersCybertron Transformers Galaxy Force]] ''. (More recently, Starscream does the same in ''Animated''.)

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* Gasket does this as he completes his transformation in '' [[TransformersCybertron [[Anime/TransformersCybertron Transformers Galaxy Force]] ''. (More recently, Starscream does the same in ''Animated''.)
28th May '16 7:47:53 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* Negi Springfield of ''MahouSenseiNegima'' does this while [[OvernightAgeUp magically aged-up]], often combined with BishieSparkle.

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* Negi Springfield of ''MahouSenseiNegima'' ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima'' does this while [[OvernightAgeUp magically aged-up]], often combined with BishieSparkle.
24th May '16 8:26:47 AM Quanyails
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* In the second volume of WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}, during Neptune's introduction, Sun asks him to be cool. Neptune's reply is a simple "Dude." and givng a Twinkle Smile, followed by Sun conceeding "Good point."

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* In the second volume of WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}, ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'', during Neptune's introduction, Sun asks him to be cool. Neptune's reply is a simple "Dude." and givng giving a Twinkle Smile, followed by Sun conceeding conceding "Good point."
15th Jan '16 5:10:11 PM eroock
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->''My shiny teeth that twinkle, just like the stars in space''\\

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->''My ->''"My shiny teeth that twinkle, just like the stars in space''\\



''My shiny teeth and me! (Shiny teeth, shiny teeth)''

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''My shiny teeth and me! (Shiny teeth, shiny teeth)''teeth)"''
12th Dec '15 5:30:03 PM IAmNotAFunguy
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* On an episode of ''Series/AmericasFunniestHomeVideos'' host Tom Bergeron mentions how lucky the channels was to pick him as host, and produces a proud pose with a twinkle smile.
3rd Oct '15 6:27:17 PM cosmo359
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* ''Series/NightAndDay'' repeatedly superimposes a cartoon-like twinkle (complete with AudibleGleam) on the teeth of character Django Doyle; he's a cheesy pop star and superficially charming chap, and on the surface this trope is used to imply a kind of physical perfection. However, the show blurs the border between this and AudibleSharpness as it becomes clear he's in fact come to town with the intention of murdering his father. His shark-like quality is played upon repeatedly, to the extent that he is often seen lurking menacingly in the Doyles' hot-tub, and at one point performs a fairly disturbing rendition of Frank Sinatra's song 'Mack the Knife' (which references sharks repeatedly).

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* ''Series/NightAndDay'' repeatedly superimposes a cartoon-like twinkle (complete with AudibleGleam) on the teeth of character Django Doyle; he's a cheesy pop star and superficially charming chap, and on the surface this trope is used to imply a kind of physical perfection. However, the show blurs the border between this and AudibleSharpness as it becomes clear he's in fact come to town with the intention of murdering his father. His shark-like quality is played upon repeatedly, to the extent that he is often seen lurking menacingly in the Doyles' hot-tub, and at one point performs a fairly disturbing rendition of Frank Sinatra's the song 'Mack the Knife' (which references sharks repeatedly).
3rd Oct '15 6:26:15 PM cosmo359
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* ''Series/NightAndDay'' repeatedly superimposes a cartoon-like twinkle (complete with AudibleGleam) on the teeth of character Django Doyle; he's a cheesy pop star and superficially charming chap, and on the surface this trope is used to imply a kind of physical perfection. However, the show blurs the border between this and AudibleSharpness as it becomes clear he's in fact come to town with the intention of murdering his father. His shark-like quality is played upon repeatedly, to the extent that he is often seen lurking menacingly in the Doyles' hot-tub.

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* ''Series/NightAndDay'' repeatedly superimposes a cartoon-like twinkle (complete with AudibleGleam) on the teeth of character Django Doyle; he's a cheesy pop star and superficially charming chap, and on the surface this trope is used to imply a kind of physical perfection. However, the show blurs the border between this and AudibleSharpness as it becomes clear he's in fact come to town with the intention of murdering his father. His shark-like quality is played upon repeatedly, to the extent that he is often seen lurking menacingly in the Doyles' hot-tub.hot-tub, and at one point performs a fairly disturbing rendition of Frank Sinatra's song 'Mack the Knife' (which references sharks repeatedly).
3rd Oct '15 6:19:39 PM cosmo359
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* ''Series/NightAndDay'' repeatedly superimposes a cartoon-like twinkle (complete with audible 'ping') on the teeth of character Django Doyle; he's a cheesy pop star and superficially charming chap, and on the surface this trope is used to imply a kind of physical perfection. However, the show blurs the border between this and [[AudibleSharpness]] as it becomes clear he's in fact come to town with the intention of murdering his father. His shark-like quality is played upon repeatedly, to the extent that he is often seen lurking menacingly in the Doyles' hot-tub.

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* ''Series/NightAndDay'' repeatedly superimposes a cartoon-like twinkle (complete with audible 'ping') AudibleGleam) on the teeth of character Django Doyle; he's a cheesy pop star and superficially charming chap, and on the surface this trope is used to imply a kind of physical perfection. However, the show blurs the border between this and [[AudibleSharpness]] AudibleSharpness as it becomes clear he's in fact come to town with the intention of murdering his father. His shark-like quality is played upon repeatedly, to the extent that he is often seen lurking menacingly in the Doyles' hot-tub.
3rd Oct '15 6:18:30 PM cosmo359
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* ''Series/NightAndDay'' repeatedly superimposes a cartoon-like twinkle on the teeth of character Django Doyle; he's a cheesy pop star and superficially charming chap, and on the surface this trope is used to imply a kind of physical perfection. However, the show blurs the border between this and [[AudiblySharp]] as it becomes clear he's in fact come to town with the intention of murdering his father. His shark-like quality is played upon repeatedly, to the extent that he is often seen lurking menacingly in the Doyles' hot-tub.

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* ''Series/NightAndDay'' repeatedly superimposes a cartoon-like twinkle (complete with audible 'ping') on the teeth of character Django Doyle; he's a cheesy pop star and superficially charming chap, and on the surface this trope is used to imply a kind of physical perfection. However, the show blurs the border between this and [[AudiblySharp]] [[AudibleSharpness]] as it becomes clear he's in fact come to town with the intention of murdering his father. His shark-like quality is played upon repeatedly, to the extent that he is often seen lurking menacingly in the Doyles' hot-tub.
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