History NoodleIncident / AnimeAndManga

27th Nov '16 2:04:18 AM ILikeRobots
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** The Republic of Nikko Nikko starts out as an [[OrdinaryHighSchoolStudent ordinary (human) middle school student]], but is ''somehow'' able to become a nation personification. His method in doing so is never explained; Nikko Nikko says that he "believed and tried his best." Japan is completely bewildered.
6th Oct '16 10:30:37 PM Gamermaster
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* [[AllThereInTheManual The second Sound Stage]] of ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaStrikerS'' had [[WrenchWench Alto]] and the school toilet incident back when she was seven and thought she was a boy ([[IHaveBrothers only having brothers probably had something to do with that last part]]), which she always interrupted before anyone could elaborate.

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* [[AllThereInTheManual The second Sound Stage]] of ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaStrikerS'' ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaStrikers'' had [[WrenchWench Alto]] and the school toilet incident back when she was seven and thought she was a boy ([[IHaveBrothers only having brothers probably had something to do with that last part]]), which she always interrupted before anyone could elaborate.
28th Aug '16 7:22:40 PM Argon2
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* Tsuda, of ''Manga/SeitokaiYakuindomo'', writes an essay for the school paper. While the actual essay isn't ever shown or read, it is represented metaphorically with a TearJerker story about an abandoned kitten who gets washed into the ocean by a storm, but is rescued by a heroic sailor named Georgie(implied to be a HeroicSacrifice), and is finally adopted by a recent widow. It is explicitly stated that this is ''not'' the story the essay is telling, but, since it turns every girl who reads it into a [[OcularGushers blubbering wreck]], the feelings generated are clearly the same.

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* Tsuda, of ''Manga/SeitokaiYakuindomo'', writes an essay for the school paper. While the actual essay isn't ever shown or read, it is represented metaphorically with a TearJerker story about an abandoned kitten who gets washed into the ocean by a storm, but is rescued by a heroic sailor named Georgie(implied Georgie (implied to be a HeroicSacrifice), and is finally adopted by a recent widow. It is explicitly stated that this is ''not'' the story the essay is telling, but, since it turns every girl who reads it into a [[OcularGushers blubbering wreck]], the feelings generated are clearly the same.




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* In ''Manga/AnoKoNiKissToShirayuriWo'', a melodramatic rumor about Shiramine's absence on orientation day prompts Sawa and Itsuki to ask her if it's true. Shiramine explains what she was really doing that day in a lengthy flashback which answers all their questions...[[BrickJoke and then]] Sawa realizes that they still don't know who spread the original rumor. Neither she or the readers ever find out.
11th Jul '16 12:21:01 PM ecuvulle6267
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* ''Manga/SgtFrog'': It's mentioned often that Keroro was the most insane and violent soldier in all of Keron ''"in the old days"'', but the only times we see anything close to it is when Keroro gets drunk on moisture. A better example would be Keroro's own father, the "Demon Sergeant", rumored to be the most fearsome sergeant in the galaxy, but only appears on vacation in a Hawaii shirt and an easygoing attitude, [[ObfuscatingStupidity at least on the surface.]]
27th May '16 8:22:16 PM LinTaylor
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*** An image released with a special edition DVD for the end of the series depicts C.C., Kallen, and another soldier running from searchlights while wearing nothing but towels, explaining this incident and rendering it no longer noodle.

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*** An image released with a special edition DVD for Subsequent side-materials de-mystified this incident, showing the end of the series depicts C.C., Kallen, and another soldier running from searchlights Black Knights nearly got busted by Britannia while they were at a hot springs, forcing them to run away while wearing nothing but towels, explaining this incident and rendering it no longer noodle.{{Modesty Towel}}s.
18th Mar '16 12:10:56 PM Willbyr
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* Tsuda, of ''SeitokaiYakuindomo'', writes an essay for the school paper. While the actual essay isn't ever shown or read, it is represented metaphorically with a TearJerker story about an abandoned kitten who gets washed into the ocean by a storm, but is rescued by a heroic sailor named Georgie(implied to be a HeroicSacrifice), and is finally adopted by a recent widow. It is explicitly stated that this is ''not'' the story the essay is telling, but, since it turns every girl who reads it into a [[OcularGushers blubbering wreck]], the feelings generated are clearly the same.

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* Tsuda, of ''SeitokaiYakuindomo'', ''Manga/SeitokaiYakuindomo'', writes an essay for the school paper. While the actual essay isn't ever shown or read, it is represented metaphorically with a TearJerker story about an abandoned kitten who gets washed into the ocean by a storm, but is rescued by a heroic sailor named Georgie(implied to be a HeroicSacrifice), and is finally adopted by a recent widow. It is explicitly stated that this is ''not'' the story the essay is telling, but, since it turns every girl who reads it into a [[OcularGushers blubbering wreck]], the feelings generated are clearly the same.same.
1st Mar '16 6:34:22 AM StFan
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* In the ''Anime/{{Mai-Otome}}'' anime, Shizuru and Youko recall a mishap that occurred during Natsuki and [[spoiler:Mai]]'s attempt at the survival exam. Shizuru notes that when she heard Natsuki's distress signal, she rushed to the scene as quickly as she could, only to find the two girls [[LesYay in a "most improper" position]], at which point Natsuki angrily cuts her off and tells her to "forget about it" before she gets to the juicy parts.

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* In the ''Anime/{{Mai-Otome}}'' ''Anime/MaiOtome'' anime, Shizuru and Youko recall a mishap that occurred during Natsuki and [[spoiler:Mai]]'s attempt at the survival exam. Shizuru notes that when she heard Natsuki's distress signal, she rushed to the scene as quickly as she could, only to find the two girls [[LesYay in a "most improper" position]], at which point Natsuki angrily cuts her off and tells her to "forget about it" before she gets to the juicy parts.
7th Sep '15 6:56:52 PM Kohdok
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* Tsuda, of ''SeitokaiYakuindomo'', writes an essay for the school paper. While the actual essay isn't ever shown or read, it is represented metaphorically with a TearJerker story about an abandoned kitten who gets washed into the ocean by a storm, but is rescued by a heroic sailor named Georgie(implied to be a HeroicSacrifice), and is finally adopted by a recent widow. It is explicitly stated that this is ''not'' the story the essay is telling, but, since it turns every girl who reads it into a [[OcularGushers blubbering wreck]], the feelings generated are clearly the same.
21st Aug '15 3:00:29 PM rjd1922
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** A variation occurred where the NoodleIncident in fact happened immediately when it was first mentioned, but never elaborated on: In "The Battle of the Badge," Giovanni, while chewing out Team Rocket for supplying him with a Togepi (ironically, despite it being a rare pokemon, he had no interest in it whatsoever), he received a call from someone, only to react with shock and horror, and demanding when it happened, before departing quickly and having to abdicate his position as Gym Leader to the trio, before departing from a fake wall, and then telling his mystery pokemon (Mewtwo) that he has an emergency assignment for it before unleashing it. Exactly what happened was not really explained.

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** A variation occurred where the NoodleIncident in fact happened immediately when it was first mentioned, but never elaborated on: In "The Battle of the Badge," Giovanni, while chewing out Team Rocket for supplying him with a Togepi (ironically, despite it being a rare pokemon, Pokémon, he had no interest in it whatsoever), he received a call from someone, only to react with shock and horror, and demanding when it happened, before departing quickly and having to abdicate his position as Gym Leader to the trio, before departing from a fake wall, and then telling his mystery pokemon Pokémon (Mewtwo) that he has an emergency assignment for it before unleashing it. Exactly what happened was not really explained.
9th Jun '15 2:44:29 PM StFan
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* ''KaitouJoker'' subverts this trope by allowing the audience to find out the events of "that summer" and why he doesn't like dipping sauce, but not Hachi, who was just as curious as the audience to find out about the Noodle Incident which came up in dialogue.

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* ''KaitouJoker'' ''Anime/KaitouJoker'' subverts this trope by allowing the audience to find out the events of "that summer" and why he doesn't like dipping sauce, but not Hachi, who was just as curious as the audience to find out about the Noodle Incident which came up in dialogue.
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