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[[caption-width-right:250:Another day, another robot. [[SpotOfTea Tea, anyone?]]]]

->''"Thank you so much for the new socks. They're right warm and a snug fit. Yeah, I'm doing well. Although this war has grown a little wearisome. Nothing much interesting ever happens these parts. Today I landed a Nazi helicopter on a nicked Nazi nuclear submarine aircraft carrier. After which I donned a deep-water diving suit, swam down an abyssal trench in the middle of the Atlantic fucking ocean, don't mean to bother you with the details. Long story short, I'm in a secret vault full of things so magical and abnormal in nature the mind has no recourse but to shudder in bewilderment. 'Course I'm accompanied by a Nazi-killing lunatic and some kind of genius wizard who claims to be on a first-name basis with God Almighty himself. Ah, well, we can only hope for a more stimulating turn of events in the future. Give my love to everyone back home, Fergus out."''
-->-- '''[[TheLancer Fergus Reid]]''', ''VideoGame/WolfensteinTheNewOrder''

A specific type of TokenHuman, The Unfazed Everyman is an [[{{Muggle}} ordinary human]] with no special powers, who happens to hang around with aliens, {{time travel}}lers, espers or wizards, and assorted other weirdos. Unlike [[InnocentBystander most]] of [[{{Muggles}} their kind]] for whom such oddbods are [[InvisibleToNormals invisible]], Unfazed Everymen have a great capacity to cope with and ''accept'' the incomprehensible wackiness that surrounds them; in many cases with a wise and rational demeanor.
Generally, they are in there so that the audience has [[AudienceSurrogate somebody to relate to]]. Commonly the main character, and may be a FishOutOfWater or/and an UnluckyEverydude. May or may not be [[ThisLoserIsYou played up as a loser]]. They've probably been dragged into this by a MagneticPlotDevice, and usually [[SeenItAll used to it]], such that everything they see only causes a DullSurprise at most. Expect them to become PalsWithJesus.

Compare BadassNormal, a person whose lack of superpowers doesn't get in the way of kicking evil ass; OrdinaryHighSchoolStudent, who may look like this in the beginning, but eventually is revealed to be another thing; SuperpowerSillyPutty, who is actively affected in weird ways by the strangeness around him; and TheEveryman, who is like this trope but with [[FlatCharacter less personality]]. Contrast OnlySaneMan, who loudly insists that none of this can possibly be happening. Compare HeroicBystander, who despite his [[WhatMeasureIsANonSuper lack of powers]] actually manages to help, and the ActionSurvivor.

If they are a protagonist, they tend to be Muggle Weight on the SuperWeight scale. If they join a team, they are TheTeamNormal.

See also WeirdnessMagnet, TheWatson. [[note]] (Coincidentally, Creator/MartinFreeman has played both [[Film/TheHitchhikersGuideToTheGalaxy Arthur Dent]] and [[Series/{{Sherlock}} John Watson]]).[[/note]] Compare DidWeJustHaveTeaWithCthulhu



[[folder:Anime and Manga]]
* OnlySaneMan Furuichi from ''Manga/{{Beelzebub}}'' eventually becomes one, and gets MistakenForBadass as a result.
* ''Manga/BoboboboBobobo'': Despite the extreme, glass-shattering reactions to her companions' antics most of the time, Beauty has no issue with staying with Bo-bobo and his downright insane group of rebel fighters; in fact, she embraces her life with them with joy. [[spoiler:The end of the sequel manga has her mention that she rejoined Bo-bobo for another adventure, [[DistressedDamsel despite the danger]], because she had grown to love his insane, comedic lifestyle.]]
* Tomoyo in ''Manga/CardCaptorSakura'' has no special powers but serves as Sakura's assistant, helping to keep her life as a Cardcaptor a secret.
* Kimihito Kurusu of ''Manga/DailyLifeWithMonsterGirl'' is surprisingly tolerant of the misfortunes that constantly befall him. [[TheUnmasquedWorld The world HAS gotten used to the existence of]] [[CuteMonsterGirl monster girls]] [[FantasticRacism (mostly),]] but good GOD can that man adapt fast.
* [[SatelliteCharacter Matt]] from ''Manga/DeathNote''. He knows nothing about killer notebooks, but unquestioningly goes along for the ride when Mello chases after Kira.
* Bulma in ''Manga/DragonBall''. Despite seeing powerful enemies that can blow up planets, she doesn't see it as a big deal and calmly goes about her techy business until really strange or out-of-this-world happens. Not even Vegeta's temper-tantrums faze her. Especially so during the Androids saga, where she seems even more unfazed than the heroes themselves at all the powerful villains going around. She even actively follows the heroes when Frieza shows up again twice, just because she wants to finally catch a glimpse of him.
* Maes Hughes from ''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist'' is the sole regular bloke in a cast filled with Homunculi, [[LargeHam Hammy]] super-soldiers, hard-nosed veterans and murderous assassins, most of which can wipe out entire buildings via some application of Alchemy. Hughes takes it all in stride, being just at the cusp of a BadassNormal and happily pointing out that his job keeps him safe behind a desk away from such casual, everyday horrors. Lampshaded in one fight where Hughes ducks for cover until it's all over, pointing out that a guy like him had no choice but to hide in a "contest of freaks."
* Kyon from ''LightNovel/HaruhiSuzumiya''. He does have one thing that sets him apart from everyone else: [[spoiler:[[TrustPassword He's John Smith]]]]. This fact puts him in BadassNormal territory, because it allows him to control Haruhi, Yuki's boss, and almost anyone who knows of Bamboo Leaf Rhapsody. It also explains why Haruhi gravitated towards him: [[spoiler:he's the reason she came to North High to begin with (she just doesn't know it yet)]].
* In ''Manga/InuYasha'', Kagome's mother, brother, and grandfather are totally unsurprised when they learn the well in their shrine is a time portal to the 16th century, as well as learning that supernatural demons exist. They also don't seem to be concerned about Kagome skipping school to go to a place where she nearly gets killed on a regular basis.
* ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima'''s Asakura; she's one of the first girls to discover Negi's magical abilities, yet never gained any sort of magic or kung fu abilities of her own until near the end of the series, and it was an emergency situation. Despite that, she was still able to be more or less self-sufficient when she was forced to fend for herself in the Magic World.
** Jonny [[BossSubtitles "Blazing Rumbling Trucker"]] Raidein is one in the Magic World arc, being nearly the only non-empowered person in the crew. He helps out Ala Alba purely because he's friends with some of the girls, and takes the whole "saving the world" thing in stride.
* Kaede from ''Manga/NininGaShinobuden''. She apparently spends a good chunk of her free time hanging around a ninja mansion despite being an OrdinaryHighSchoolStudent.
* Haruhi Fujioka, from ''Manga/OuranHighSchoolHostClub'', who starts out utterly weirded out by the bishonen antics of the aforementioned club, but gradually learns to cope, even enjoy herself a bit.
* Oz from ''Manga/PandoraHearts'' takes pride in his ability to accept the oddities he encounters and adapt to them. This manga is one big AliceAllusion MindScrew, so having that kind of adaptability deserves some applause. [[spoiler: Subverted when his true origins are revealed.]]
* Everyone in the ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' anime that follows Ash and Pikachu.[[labelnote:*]]Yes, this includes the TeamRocket trio[[/labelnote]] This is [[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt especially]] [[CapturedSuperEntity evident]] [[DidWeJustHaveTeaWithCthulhu in the]] [[PalsWithJesus movies]]. The Japanese name of the guy from the first [[VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite Unova]] Gym that follows Ash (Dent) seems more likely a coincidence than a LampshadeHanging, though.
* Nabiki Tendo of ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf''. For the most part she's unfazed by the [[GenderBender gender-bending]], [[ShapeShifter shape-shifting]], and [[MartialArtsAndCrafts martial arts insanity]] surrounding her, getting involved only to the degree that she can [[HonestJohnsDealership make money]] from it. Her sister Kasumi is an even better example. She's never even fazed at the insanity surrounding her family, to the point where she constantly refers to Ranma's various mortal enemies as his "friends."
%%* Nenene Sumiregawa and Drake Anderson from ''Anime/ReadOrDie''.
* Tsukune in ''Manga/RosarioToVampire'' is an ordinary high school student who ends up going to a school intended for monsters learning to blend in with humans. Despite not having any super powers, he quickly accepts that monsters exist and learns to operate within their realm.
* Naru Osaka, from ''Anime/SailorMoon,'' in both senshi and youma knowledge. It rendered her the nickname of [[FanNickname Youma Bait]]; to a lesser extent, Umino fits this trope.
* Ataru Moroboshi of ''Manga/UruseiYatsura''. Though, this might be subverted as time goes on, as he seems to gain an inhuman level of super-speed (whether running away from trouble or running after a woman) and a comic invulnerability that would make Daffy Duck proud.
** The Principal of Tomobiki High School is a much clearer example. No matter how much insanity is going on around him he shows little to no concern about it.
* Kawachi from ''Manga/YakitateJapan'' is [[CantCatchUp an average guy]] stuck in a world of overly-dramatic bakers who break out [[CrazyAwesome all sorts of crazy recipes and techniques]] and get entangled in [[SeriousBusiness life-or-death]] [[CookingDuel bread-making contests]].
* Sota Mizushino from ''Anime/ReCreators'' adjusts pretty quickly to the fact that fictional characters are appearing in the real world.

[[folder:Comic Books]]
* In ''Franchise/{{Batman}}'', [[ServileSnarker Alfred]] [[BattleButler Pennyworth]] is an example of this trope. His duties as butler at Wayne Manor include cooking, cleaning, laundry, tending the -often serious- injuries of the Bat-Family, maintaining crimefighting equipment and sometimes using firearms to defend the Manor and Cave. He does this all without losing his composure, wrecking his suit or missing tea.
** Some versions of Alfred's backstory justify his [[BattleButler extraordinary competence and composure]] by making him a former intelligence agent or Marine veteran, and thus less an "everyman".
* Marvel's ''Comicbook/TheAvengers,'' through their founding member and frequent-chairman, Franchise/{{Ironman}}, has their own British butler (complete with ex-Royal Air Force veteran backstory), Jarvis, who's a NiceGuy with a personality (at least in the main Earth-616 universe), that is the exact opposite of that of DC's Alfred.
* ''Franchise/{{Superman}}'': ComicBook/JimmyOlsen. The city of Metropolis seems to get their superhero-supervillain battle updates after the weather report, so he might not be as unique as he seems...
* Snapper Carr, the ComicBook/JusticeLeagueOfAmerica's mascot/collective sidekick back in the '60s.
** ...and his Marvel Universe equivalent, Rick Jones.
* Jeremy Feeple from ''ComicBook/NinjaHighSchool'' is no doubt this, especially considering the weirdness he attracts to himself.
* From his own point of view, ComicBook/HowardTheDuck is one of these for the MarvelUniverse. True, he is an anthropomorphic duck, but he comes from a world where that is normal so living among humans does seem like being surrounded by strange aliens to him. What is more, his attempts at leading a normal, blue collar life are constantly being interrupted by encounters with people who are even considered strange by Earth standards, such as the ComicBook/ManThing and the ComicBook/SheHulk.

[[folder:Fan Works]]
* In ''Fanfic/DreamingOfSunshine'', Shikako describes the civilians of the Hidden Villages as this as they are able to unflappably live regular lives alongside ninja who could easily massacre them with their training.

* The cab driver in the 1990 TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles film nonchalantly tells a passenger that a big turtle in a trench coat rolled over the hood of the cab when the passenger asks. He immediately brushes it off and asks if the passenger is still trying to go to La Guardia.
%%* Watson definitely is this in ''Film/SherlockHolmes2009'' and ''Film/SherlockHolmesAGameOfShadows''.
* Agent John Meyers in the first ''Film/{{Hellboy}}'' film, an FBI agent who gets transferred to the "nonexistent" Bureau of Paranormal Research and Defense. He's chosen by Professor Bruttenholm specifically to be Hellboy's [[TheConscience conscience and moral helper.]] Too bad he's [[spoiler: PutOnABus in [[Film/HellboyIITheGoldenArmy the sequel]].]]
* ''Franchise/{{Ghostbusters}}''
** Janine Melnitz from the original duology. She is surrounded by men who hunt ghosts, half of whom are mad scientists. She even has a ghost in a cage close to where she works that the busters keep as a "pet". Not once has she ever batted an eye at any of this.
** Winston Zeddmore was this in the [[Film/{{Ghostbusters 1984}} first film]], casually commenting "As long as there's a steady paycheck in it, I'll believe anything you say."
%%* Dean from ''WesternAnimation/TheIronGiant''.
* The Love Interest from ''Film/{{Red}}''. Sarah is kidnapped, drugged, shot at, almost blown up, and kidnapped again. She is surrounded by old and young spies, assassins and government agents who are fighting over her life all the time. What does she say when she is confronted with the death sentence or life in prison if she is caught? [[spoiler:"Awesome."]] And when she finally is? [[spoiler:That her boyfriend will kick the interrogator's ass.]] The movie is full of lines like this from her.
** There's a strong indication that Sarah is taking to life with the spies LikeADuckTakesToWater.
* Francesco Dellamorte, ''Film/CemeteryMan'' - for some reason, unbeknownst to both the townsfolk and the audience, all corpses in the Buffalora cemetery reanimate seven days after burial. Despite having no clue as to why this happens, Francesco expresses neither surprise nor concern, and instead dispatches zombies nightly without batting an eyelid. He refuses to inform the authorities of the situation because he does not want the cemetery closed, which would put him out of a job.
** "This is my business. They pay me for it." "There comes a moment in life when you realize you know more dead people than living." "Disposing of dead people is a public service, whereas you're in all sorts of trouble if you kill someone while they're still alive." "Hold on a minute Franco - *shoots zombie* - You were saying, Franco."
* Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse:
** In his time, Agent Phil Coulson meets a [[ComicBook/CaptainAmerica Super]] [[SuperSoldier Soldier]], a guy in [[ComicBook/IronMan Powered]] [[PoweredArmor Armor]], a [[Myth/NorseMythology Norse]] [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor god]], and a [[HulkingOut green]] [[ComicBook/IncredibleHulk rage monster]] while still remaining a slightly jaded DeadpanSnarker. Though he's [[TheKnightsWhoSaySquee a bit less blase]] about the SuperSoldier. For example: He had to recall one of his fellow SHIELD agents, Natasha Romanov, interrupting her in the middle of her [[YouJustToldMe unique inter]][[WoundedGazelleGambit rogation style]]. She tells him to hold over the phone, while she summarily curb-stomps her captors... while Coulson is on the other end of the line hearing the whole fight and acting as if he's listening to boring hold music.
** There's also the janitor played by Harry Dean Stanton who helps out Bruce Banner. Coulson, at least, is a full-fledged secret agent -- this guy sees a giant naked green man crash through a warehouse ceiling, and decides to find him some pants once he goes back to normal.
* Not alien or fantastical, but Slevin Kedevra in ''Film/LuckyNumberSlevin'' shortly after the intro gets pulled into the world of mob bosses and hit men (by being mistaken for a dude that owes them a lot of money), but acts completely unfazed by most of his ordeals. Subverted though, [[spoiler: in that he ''intended'' for all this to happen, so he could enact his revenge upon the mob bosses who killed his father]].
* Not alien or fantastical either, but Keiko Nishi in ''Film/TheBigHit'' goes from being a normal everyday heiress to enthusiastic participation in her new boyfriend's [[BadassNormal high-end assassination]] business and takes being kidnapped, bounced around in a life-or-death joyride, and other weirdness pretty much in stride.
* Mills of ''Film/TheLivingWake'' is a bit of a CloudCuckooLander, but compared to his surroundings, including his UpperClassTwit of a best friend who has until exactly 7:30 that night to live, he's quite ordinary. He doesn't appear to mind, though. Organizing and AttendingYourOwnFuneral? Well, if that's what K. Roth wants! Random musical numbers? Just another day! Smuggling [[StylisticSuck horrible]] and [[BlackComedy disturbing]] children's books into a library? Sure, why not! Distracting a ninety-year-old man so K. Roth can go on a date with his wife? On it!
* Agent Jay in the first ''Film/MenInBlack'' movie was more than willing to accept that aliens exist, are in fact all around us, enough so to join the Men In Black. What he doesn't get is Agent Kay's behavior and quick use to the memory eraser pen.

* Quinn from ''Literature/{{Gone}}''.
* Former TropeNamer and current image holder Arthur Dent in ''Franchise/TheHitchhikersGuideToTheGalaxy''. Though he notably [[spoiler:gains the power of ''Flight'', not that it matters since he [[MundaneUtility only uses it for sex and eavesdropping on birds]].]]
** He is also ''very'' good at [[spoiler:making sandwiches]].
** And he carries a ''very'' useful towel.
** In the original radio series, he progresses to BadassNormal over the course of the Brontitall storyline, even holding his own in a fire-fight with the Footwarriors (granted those guys couldn't run very fast), and by the end he [[spoiler:steals the Heart of Gold with his girlfriend and swears a blood oath against Zaphod to avenge the destruction of Earth. Although he never gets to carry it out.]]
** He takes a while to come into the "coping and rationality" part of the trope; his initial reaction to the sight of the Vogon ships is to admit to Ford that he ''can't'' cope with it, announcing that he'll "go and have a little lie down somewhere."
** Averted in the movie, where he can't handle any of the weird things going on, and comes close to ''cracking'' quite a few times.
** In the books, he actually decides that he will go mad. And then he does. Although that was due more to loneliness than the weird, the weird still played a major part.
*** "The weird" actually ''ramps up'' somewhat at that point: Shortly after deciding to go mad, Arthur finds himself chasing a sofa across the fields of prehistoric Earth, which pleases him greatly at how well the madness thing seems to be going for him.
* As concerns this trope in sci-fi context, the Strugatsky brothers considerably predate Adams with their humorous novel ''[[Literature/MondayBeginsOnSaturday Monday Begins on Saturday]]'' and its programmer hero, Privalov. He is not fazed by the most fantastic event, and doesn't see why he even should - which stands to reason, since he works at the ''Scientific'' Research Institute of Sorcery and Wizardry.
* Jason Wood in ''[[Literature/JasonWood Digital Knight]]''. By the end of the book, he has fought, befriended, and had interaction with [[OurVampiresAreDifferent vampires]], [[OurWerewolvesAreDifferent werewolves]], demons, and basilisks. He even [[spoiler:married a witch]].
* Jim in ''Skunk Works''
* Kit's older sister Carmela in the ''Literature/YoungWizards'' series, though she's a secondary character who doesn't get much "screen time" until the later books.
** [[spoiler:And then she jumps over to BadassNormal with a mail-order death ray.]]
* Richard Mayhew in ''Literature/{{Neverwhere}}''
* OlderThanRadio: Lemuel Gulliver from ''Literature/GulliversTravels''. However, he does eventually crack and end up a broken misanthrope after being rejected by the passionless horse-people in book four, who he [[UnreliableNarrator looks up to despite their coldness and talk of genocide]].
* Bella Swan of the ''Literature/{{Twilight}}'' saga. She figured out that Edward wasn't human and then decided that "It doesn't matter". Much to the [[MemeticMutation chagrin]] of Edward himself. Since she was [[MarySue born with a special shield on her mind]], that is not revealed till the end and is implied allows her to cope with weird stuff , Edward [[LampshadeHanging lampshades]] often enough how her reactions are not human, she might just be TheEveryman. She also manages to [[WeirdnessMagnet bump into countless other vampires and werewolves, just because]].
* Bilbo Baggins in ''Literature/TheHobbit''. He lives in a world well known to contain wizards, dragons, dwarfs and the like, but he, like most hobbits, has spent most of his life comfortably away from all that and is certainly dragged into it. [[note]]None other than the former trope namer's actor (Martin Freeman, not Simon Jones) has played him in Peter Jackson's film adaptation. Given that Freeman also played UnfazedEveryman Dr. Watson in the modern-day transposition of ''Literature/SherlockHolmes'', ''Series/{{Sherlock}}'', he really is in danger of being typecast.[[/note]]
* ''Literature/SherlockHolmes'' [[TheWatson Watson]] definitely.
* The first of Creator/JohnBrunner's ''Literature/TheTravellerInBlack'' stories has a 20th-century Londoner called Bernard Brown find himself transported to the stories' setting of a far-distant past where magic still works. He makes his way to the nearest city where he gets treated as a god. [[spoiler:He manages to defeat the ''real'' god of a rival city by using the kind of calm and logical approach which the people of his adopted city prize most highly.]] It's fairly strongly implied, though never stated explicitly, that the Traveller brings Bernard to the city so that he will do precisely that, [[spoiler:thereby sating a sudden mad desire on behalf of the people of the city to have a god -- any god -- and returning them to their normal level-headed ways]].
* Waldo Butters, in ''Literature/TheDresdenFiles''. Well, he's a {{muggle}} who accepts the supernatural easily and hangs around with a powerful wizard who's always getting him into danger... his freakish love for polka might discount him from being considered "normal", exactly.
** As ''Literature/GhostStory'' he has left this to become [[spoiler:[[NinjaPirateZombieRobot Magical]] [[GuileHero Batman]] [[GadgeteerGenius Q]]]] and by the end of 'Literature/SkinGame'' he becomes a [[spoiler:[[NinjaPirateZombieRobot Jewish]] [[StarWars Jedi]][[ChurchMilitant Knight]] [[ThePaladin of the]] [[EmpoweredBadassNormal frikking]] [[DivineIntervention Cross]]]]
* Lyra Volfrieds from ''Literature/BlackDogs''. Starts out as an unathletic bookworm, wide-eyed and surprised at everything from dog soldiers to lesbians.
* Rincewind the "Wizzard" of ''{{Literature/Discworld}}'' fame. He is such a bad wizard that if he died, the per capita magical capacity of the Disc would go up. Despite his ineptitude, he has been to hell, heaven, Earth, the dawn of ages, the court of the fabulously rich and good-natured serif Creosote of Klatch, the court of the fabulously rich and ObliviouslyEvil emperor of Agatea, the abode of an EldritchAbomination, the Dungeon Dimensions (from which the latter originally came), Death's Domain, and outer space, and not necessarily in that order. Although he ''is'' a wizard, and can still, for example, see Octarine (he does not know the time of his death, but that is because his timeline is so screwed up that even ''Death'' doesn't know, rather than any incompetence or tendence towards muggledom).
* Newton Pulsifer from ''Literature/GoodOmens'' is a wages clerk turned witch-finder out of desperation for some excitement in his life. He eventually [[BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor gets entangled in all matter of supernatural weirdness]], up to and including TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt.
* Daniel in ''Literature/LonelyWerewolfGirl''. Whether it is an angry werewolf, or an upset fire demon he can be relied upon to have one constant response. SpotOfTea?
* Faile in ''Literature/TheWheelOfTime'' is introduced as one of these. She gets more nuanced as the series progresses, but she is introduced as a normal person who just gets caught up with a cast of strange characters, much to her initial annoyance.
* Alice in ''Literature/AliceInWonderland'' and ''[[Literature/AliceInWonderland Through the Looking Glass]]''. Though her adventures regularly give her fairly concrete evidence that she's gone out of her skull, she takes it pretty well, given that her standard reaction is generally along the lines of "Golly, that's unusual", followed by a brief philosophical discussion with said unusual thing about whether or not she's objectively justified in considering it unusual.
* The protagonist of ''Literature/TheSubjectSteve'' pulls this off, despite a lack of supernatural elements in the book.
* Shadow from "Literature/AmericanGods".
-->'''Mr. Wednesday''': Why don't you argue? Why don't you exclaim that it's all impossible? Why the hell do you just do what I say and take it all so fucking calmly?
* Shin-tsu, the protagonist of ''Literature/TheLongingOfShiinaRyo'', tries to convince himself of this every day.
* David Wong and John Cheese from ''Literature/JohnDiesAtTheEnd'' are Unfazed Everymen who [[spoiler: come into contact with all kinds of weird shit because of the soy sauce and]] eventually become unaffected.
* George Dorn from the ''Literature/{{Illuminatus}}''-trilogy definately qualifies: he gets recruited to the League of Dynamic Discord implicitly due to this quality, and promptly sent to deal with the International Crime Syndicate for a job vital to the safety of the human race after being member only for a day or two, and only getting a brief explanation for the goals and history of the organization. Though it's not directly stated, it's implied that Hagbard Celine does this because he wants a person who's mostly free even from the Discordian preconceptions to be his representative. In fact most people in the Discordian organizations are like this when they first join.
* Kamele Waitley from the later ''Literature/LiadenUniverse'' books by Sharon Lee & Steve Miller, who over the course of knowing Professor Jen Sar Kiladi goes from being a naive, cloistered ivory-tower academic (''Fledgling'', ''Saltation'') to [[spoiler:setting out to "rescue" Kiladi from Clan Korval but ending up rescuing ''herself'' from the machinations of the Department of the Interior instead]] (''Ghost Ship'', ''Dragon Ship'').
* Literature/{{Coraline}} is an Unfazed Everygirl; admittedly, she does get scared (as who wouldn't) by things like a demonic "Other Mother" attempting to [[EyeScream replace her eyes with buttons]], but she always maintains a calm, even tone.
* Henry Bacon from ''[[Literature/{{Dragons}} The Last Dragon Chronicles]]'' - he never ''really'' knows what's going on, but he provides sturdiness in all the chaos surrounding him.
* Ed from ''Literature/TheTomeOfBill''. Though he does react to the big things, he takes most everything else - including discovering that Bill is a vampire - in stride.
* Comes up quite often in ''Literature/{{Animorphs}}'', usually people whose cultures have myths of animals turning into humans (or vice versa). They don't seem all that concerned that a bunch of monkeys or seals or whatever turned into teenage humans.
* Rachel Elizabeth Dare from ''Literature/{{Percy Jackson}}'' is a human gifted with Sight (the ability to see through Mist which hides the Mystical). [[spoiler:she eventually uses this sight to become the Oracle.]]
* Dr. Dillingham, the protagonist of Creator/PiersAnthony's Prostho Plus, is a typical human dentist until he is abducted by a passing alien with a severe cavity. Despite being confronted with (and treating) hundreds or even thousands of aliens of absurd composition, his extreme unfazedness allows him to rise to become the Dean of the Galactic University of Dentistry.

[[folder:Live Action TV]]
* Many of The Doctor's companions in ''Series/DoctorWho''. Ten, who loves pop culture, notably considers Arthur Dent a "nice chap".
** It has been lampshaded (in a rather dark way) that being one of The Doctor's companions turns you into a BadassNormal.
** One of the stand-out moments being in "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS24E3DeltaAndTheBannermen Delta and the Bannermen]]". After an initial shriek of fright, Mel is seen nonchalantly sharing her room with Delta and her newly-hatched green alien baby.
** Rory Williams really wants to be this trope. By the time he reaches it, however, he's turned into a EmpoweredBadassNormal in the process.
*** His dad however, is. Brian Williams gets picked up by the Doctor by accident, and of course is a little miffed at first. After that, he goes along with the Doctor not questioning anything.
** Clara is believably weirded out by her initial meetings with the Doctor, especially when she learns the truth about the TARDIS - all the more that the ship is shown and explained to her in [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-9lOmJMOT_0 a]] no-time-to-explain rush - but afterward, she's surprisingly nonchalant about the Doctor being an alien adventurer. Eleventh expresses a degree of surprise over her being "Okay with that.", sitting in a cafe and sipping a shake, as if she just hadn't made a weird acquaintance. In later series, Clara's can-do attitude actually becomes a problem. The Doctor openly worries he's encouraged her to become ''too fearless'' [[RealityEnsues and this in turn tempts her]] to become a cheery adventure junky in order to block out personal tragedies she's faced in her ordinary life. [[spoiler:After they're both forced to part ways, Clara takes the trope to its logical conclusion, becoming an adventurer in her very own TARDIS, with her very own companion.]]
** Gwen Cooper in series 1 of ''Series/{{Torchwood}}'', and her husband Rhys Williams from series 2. In season 4, Gwen scares a CIA agent by being rather unfazed after a battle.
* Marilyn in ''Series/TheMunsters''. Of course, Marilyn has the distinct advantage of being raised by, well, monsters. She believes that monsters are completely normal, and that ''she's'' the freak of the family.
* John Watson from ''Series/{{Sherlock}}''. Yeah, every now and again his military and medical expertise comes in handy, but he's usually just a BadassNormal doctor; yet, he willingly follows along on bizarre and dangerous cases, and is probably the only person in the world who not only tolerates the NightmareFetishist InsufferableGenius that is Sherlock Holmes, but also considers him his best friend. That, and he's [[WarOnTerror seen active service in Afghanistan]], so Sherlock's eccentricities don't bother him. Much.
** Mary too. Well, she ''was'' an assassin, so Sherlock's weirdness doesn't freak her out.
** Same goes for Lestrade. Doubles as a ReasonableAuthorityFigure.
** Molly's also unfazed at Sherlock's weirdness, but is normal, and the only one (other than John) [[OnlySaneWoman to notice how stupid you can be to take drugs that are bad for your health.]]
* John Crichton in ''Series/{{Farscape}}'', initially, though after a few years of being the universe's punching bag, he becomes BadassNormal on the grounds that whatever doesn't kill you makes you stronger. He may qualify as an evolved Unfazed Everyman after [[spoiler:the Ancients unlock the wormhole knowledge in his brain. Wormhole technology is apparently the most powerful tool available to the the major characters.]] By the end of the miniseries, he creates [[spoiler:an exponentially expanding wormhole capable of destroying the entire Universe.]]
* Xander in ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer''
** Oz also had the potential for this before going all wolfie. His reaction to discovering the existence of the supernatural (though he did react like that to everything...):
--->'''Oz''': Yeah. Hey, did everybody see that guy just turn to dust?
--->'''Willow''': Ohhh, well ... sort of.
--->'''Xander''': Yep. Vampires are real. A lot of them live in Sunnydale. Willow will fill you in.
--->'''Willow''': I know it's hard to accept at first.
--->'''Oz''': Actually, it explains a ''lot''.
** He has more of a reaction to Willow being with Xander than he does to:
---> Helping find Buffy after she was turned into a rat, who then turns out to be naked when she's changed back.
---> A student who's turned into Mr. Hyde wanting to kill him.
---> Willow appearing to have become a vampire.
---> Buffy gaining the ability to read his thoughts.
* Stiles in ''Series/TeenWolf''. Despite being one of the [[MuggleBestFriend only humans]] in the central group, he's remarkably unfazed by all of the weird stuff around him and at times is even less surprised by supernatural things than the werewolves themselves.
** His only complaint about his best friend's werewolf transformations is that they're "very stressful" on him.
-->'''Scott''': I swear, I donít have the urge to maim and kill you.
-->'''Stiles''': You know, you say that now. But then the full moon goes up and out come the fangs and the claws and thereís a lot of howling and screaming and running everywhere, okay? Itís very stressful on me! So yes, Iím still locking you up.
* Ando Masahashi from ''Series/{{Heroes}}'' was one for a while, but eventually he got powers of his own.
** HRG's wife and Claire's adoptive mother, Sandra Bennett, seems to have adapted to her daughter having superpowers and her husband being an all-purpose spook rather well, all things considered.
* Darren Stevens in ''Series/{{Bewitched}}''.
* Tony Nelson in ''Series/IDreamOfJeannie''
* Kaoru from ''Series/{{GARO}}''. She is more affected by Kouga carrying her back to her flat after she was knocked out then being caught in middle of fight between a golden warrior and monster the man she spoke to just a moment ago turned into.
* Matt from ''Series/TheVampireDiaries''
* Sheriff Carter from ''Series/{{Eureka}}'' qualifies for this trope most of the time, though he generally has to rise to badass level by the climax of the episode.
* Harper from ''Series/WizardsOfWaverlyPlace'' at least after she finds out about the Russo's secret. Also Theresa.
* Frank Lapidus on ''Series/{{Lost}}'', a recurring character introduced in season four (and later made a regular for season six). He doesn't have any connection to the story or mythology, and his only personal problem (being a drunk) was dealt with before he arrived. He's possibly the only normal, well-adjusted person to ever set foot on the Island...and also accepts all the weird crap that happens on it without question.
* Joel, Mike and Jonah from ''Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000''. Escape attempts aside, they're all weirdly accepting of being the subjects of mad scientists' experiments, the bizarre antics of their robot friends, and the colorful movie character who keep dropping in.
* Wendy from ''Series/TheMiddleman'' was hired for her cynical, snarky attitude and matter-of-fact reactions to things like the eyeball monster.
* Sheriff Jody Mills from ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'' who fights the supernatural even though she is not trained as a hunter.
* ''Series/{{Smallville}}'': [[TheMedic Dr. Emil Hamilton]] had this vibe. Sure, he comes into the series as the team's medic who Oliver trusts enough to operate on Martian Manhunter (who, as his name suggests, is ''[[HumanAlien from Mars]]''), but despite that it's still remarkable how many things get very little reaction from him, if they get any at all. For example, in "Rabid," he is [[SuperSpeed supersped]] by Clark to a location halfway across town, has to deal with a ZombieApocalypse, and finds out that a friend of his is an alien that is at least in some way similar to a guy who was a horrific ''SerialKiller'', and he is ''completely unconcerned''.
* ''Series/{{Bewitched}}'' has side character Abner Kravitz. While his wife, Gladys, sees all of the kooky supernatural going-ons and freaks out, Abner is completely nonchalant about the whole thing. When he hears there is a chess-playing horse in at the Stephens's house, Abner brings over a chess set to challenge it.
* Kolya Gerasimov (Creator/AlexeiFomkin) in Soviet SciFi classic ''Series/GuestFromTheFuture'' is an OrdinaryHighSchoolStudent who one day accidentally winds up 100 years in the future. He does pretty well, given how confused he is.

[[folder:Role-Playing Games]]
* Andrew of ''Roleplay/DinoAttackRPG'' is just your average civilian who hangs out with [[AmusingAlien Laxus]] and [[HalfHumanHybrid Pterisa]] while fighting an apocalyptic war against Mutant Dinosaurs, all without so much as raising an eyebrow.

[[folder:Video Games]]
* Johnny Cage is this for the first story mode chapter of ''VideoGame/MortalKombat9'', by way of being the most relatively normal kombatant.
** [[Franchise/FridayThe13th Jason]] in ''VideoGame/MortalKombatX'', ImplacableMan not withstanding.
* Derek Badger, unflappable [[OopNorth Yorkshireman]] and protagonist of Creator/BenCroshaw's ''VideoGame/{{Poacher}}''. Not even a tumble down the proverbial rabbit hole into a world of spirits and monsters can shake him.
* Dudley from ''Franchise/StreetFighter'' plays the role in ''VideoGame/StreetFighterXTekken''. Elena shows up on his doorstep and tells him that a tree in Dudley's garden has told her about a great danger, so they must go to the South Pole and stop it. Dudley's reaction? It's all right, he'll help her in her quest, as long as he's back home in time for his next boxing match.
* Some players in ''VideoGame/NexusClash'' choose to reject the Good, Evil, ''and'' Neutral PowersThatBe and remain Mortal for their entire existence. This is generally considered a form of SelfImposedChallenge but some characters that do this are surprisingly effective.
* Heather in ''VideoGame/SilentHill3'' doesn't start off this way, but she gradually adapts to the horrors she encounters throughout the story until she just shrugs at it like it was an everyday thing. She doesn't even flinch after finding out that [[spoiler: she's the reincarnation of Alessa, who was the daughter of the antagonist from the first game and said antagonist was also the mother of the current antagonist in this game.]]

[[folder:Web Comics]]
* Dad Egbert from ''WebComic/{{Homestuck}}''. As the only [[spoiler: naturally born human]] in the comic he was never destined to play a part in Sburb at all. His involvement in the game [[spoiler: and very existence]] seems to be a complete accident.
* Moloch [=VonZinzer=] of ''Webcomic/GirlGenius'' is an ordinary mechanic and soldier fallen on hard times, who against his best wishes, keeps getting caught up with [[MadScientist Mad Scientists]] of all flavors, to quote "I've been around way too many sparks!" Even when he ''tries'' to stay out of the way ("I'm nobody's happy helper, got it?!"), he's clearly minion material, as he immediately accepts the job of carrying the Sparky heroine's tools and (unwillingly) following her through death traps.
** Although sparks have a natural, almost supernatural charisma that makes anyone not BadassNormal into a willing (or in Moloch's case, unwilling) helper. Especially with Agatha, who is one of the most powerful sparks in the series.
** Airman Higgs at first seemed to be one of these - a common soldier being hauled along after a group of very important people and managing to maintain ''some'' degree of detachment. He's actually a subversion, though, as bit by bit he has revealed various superhuman abilities. He is ''incredibly'' durable, superhumanly strong and quick, personally acquainted with Castle Heterodyne, and [[spoiler: may either be connected to the Jagers or actually ''be'' one.]]
* Trevor Savage from ''Webcomic/{{EVIL}}'' is just your average [[LoserProtagonist slacker]], with no special skills or powers and no real penchant for evildoing, surrounded by mad scientists, magic users, psychics, and criminal masterminds.
* In ''Webcomic/ElGoonishShive'', although she [[http://www.egscomics.com/?date=2010-04-30 wants to be in her friends' league]], Sarah has been from the start a mostly-ordinary human with a matter-of-fact attitude toward all the weirdness surrounding her.
--> '''Sarah:''' [[http://www.egscomics.com/?date=2002-03-20 Thanks]], but I'm really not that cool. I just have some experience with this sort of thing...
* ''Webcomic/{{Digger}}'', of the Ursula Vernon webcomic of the same name, is an anthropomorphic wombat who manages to be an UnfazedEveryman thanks to the sheer weirdness of the rest of the characters. In fact, this is practically Digger's racial superpower: wombats are so sensible and tied to realism rather than faith or magic that they gain a mild immunity from divine/magical/prophetic dealings.
* Torg and Zoe from ''Webcomic/SluggyFreelance'' play this role most of the time. True, Torg ''does'' have a magic sword, and Zoe's got the cursed tattoo that occasionally turns her into a camel. But compared to the [[MadScientist Mad Scientists]], witches, Aliens, and [[TalkingAnimal Talking Animals]] they hang out with, they're downright mundane (though Torg does occasionally enter BadassNormal territory, generally by way of being a CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass).
* Bob Smithson in ''Webcomic/TheInexplicableAdventuresOfBob''. has been an UnfazedEveryman since the beginning, and has gradually been turning into an Evolved Unfazed Everyman as he becomes more and more capable.
* Susan (Susie) Bell in ''Webcomic/IWasKidnappedByLesbianPiratesFromOuterSpace'', though [[spoiler:it is revealed that she is a lesbian, despite not being the princess or having antennae.]]
* Saya and Jason from ''Webcomic/EmergencyExit''. Saya [[spoiler: has a toy laser gun that shoots people]], and Jason [[spoiler: grew up in a circus--which is more handy in combat than you might think.]]
* Sam of ''Webcomic/SamAndFuzzy''. The poor sap is a walking WeirdnessMagnet.
-->'''Sam''': I was once like you...I had no idea there was an entire world of weird stuff out there. But then, bit by bit, my life got caught up in it. Soon, just dealing with it was practically a full time job!\\
'''Devahi''': What did you do?\\
'''Sam''': I made dealing with it my full time job.\\
'''Fuzzy''': Here's our card!
* Ben in ''Webcomic/TemplarArizona''
* Red from ''Webcomic/GirlsInSpace'' is a normal human, traveling the universe, surrounded by aliens.
* Marten and his friends in ''Webcomic/QuestionableContent'' seem to be {{Weirdness Magnet}}s getting involved with anything from mating vacuuming robots, to government agents looking to take away [[RobotBuddy Pintsize]], to a Vespa riding vigilante and a parallel world coffee shop. And that's not counting the [[WillingSuspensionOfDisbelief accepted breaks from the world as we know it]] such as talking small robots.
* Dave in ''Webcomic/{{Narbonic}}''. [[spoiler:At least until he goes mad at the end.]]
* ''ComicStrip/WhatsNewWithPhilAndDixie'' had fun with [[http://www.airshipentertainment.com/growfcomic.php?date=20070902 roleplayers]] being so [[http://www.airshipentertainment.com/growfcomic.php?date=20070909 jaded]] one would merely turn into an AscendedFanboy if something weird really happens.
--> '''A gamer''': (to a big frog alien from whom everyone else flees in panic) Have a nice trip?
%% * Soren from ''WebComic/{{Precocious}}'' excels at this.
* While having an identity crisis, [[spoiler: Kronos]] from ''Webcomic/WaywardSons'' befriends a family of feudal Chinese peasants, and brings them back to the spaceship to meet his crew. The father of the family, Huang, seems considerably less worried about the monstrous-looking aliens than he was about local (human) warlords, and his bio notes that he's good at finding things he can relate to about them and makes friends easily.
* Oscar, the main character in ''Webcomic/WildeLife'', isn't completely unfazed by the weirdness around him, but he gets over each revelation in a couple of pages. As far as we can tell, he's completely normal himself.
* ''Webcomic/{{Whither}}'' has Alex, an amateur OccultDetective who doesn't bat an eye at the weird. He does, however, take pictures.

[[folder:Web Original]]
* Bee of ''WebAnimation/BeeAndPuppycat'' has a tendency to under-react to events that would freak out lots of people. The most she gets fazed is frustrated groaning when a letter magically appears out of nowhere. Upon reading it, and seeing it offers her new pet cat and/or dog temp work, she offers to get him a pen to sign the letter.
* {{Discussed}} in Creator/AllisonPregler's ''Series/{{Charmed}}'' reviews:
-->"Poor [[FriendOnTheForce Darryl]]. He just goes about his life and all this weird shit happens around him. ''(As Darryl)'' '[[YouDoNotWantToKnow I DON'T wanna know, I DON'T wanna know.]]'"
* This seems to be the mindset of everyone that lives in [[Podcast/WelcomeToNightVale Night Vale]]. Even [[ScienceHero Carlos]] eventually got used to the town's weirdness, as shown in "Lazy Day", where he takes advantage of everyone and everything (including body organs and ''gravity itself'') lazying off by doing various household chores (including cleaning out his gutters while gravity was gone).
* Website/CollegeHumor's "Horror Movie Daycare" sketch relies on this for a lot of its humor. The daycare hosts children from ''Film/TheShining'', ''Film/TheRing'', ''Film/RosemarysBaby''... and the teacher is a cheerful, upbeat young woman who doesn't even bat an eye at tall the supernatural weirdness that comes with her job. In a way, it's actually quite sweet to see her treating the little hellions like ordinary children, and she clearly loves the kids. To be fair, she does look a little creeped out during the alphabet singing activity, where the kids use inhuman voices to sing, but she doesn't let it bother her. Based on her work history (a nurse in a youth mental hospital, which burned down, then a governess in an old orphanage, which also burned down), it appears she has been adequately prepared for her current position and even knows how to properly read the [[TomeOfEldritchLore Necronomicon]].
* Arguably, Bowser from [[WebVideo/SuperMarioLogan Super Mario Logan]] is like this. Despite his [[Main/AbusiveParents violence to Junior]], he's relatively unfazed about some things. For example, in the "Home Alone 2" video, upon seeing the bodies on the robbers that Junior killed, he responds with, "Alright, just make sure you clean up after." In "Sicken", Cody tries to kill him, due to Junior killing his doll/boyfriend, Ken, however it is unsuccessful.
--> Junior: Dad! Dad! Just run! Run away! [[Cody]] tried to kill you! Just run!
--> Bowser: Okay. (walks away}

[[folder:Western Animation]]
* Finn from ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'', due to being the [[spoiler:former]] last human in his time, spends his time with his magical stretching dog, Jake, a vampire, candy, and other wacky things.
* Sokka from ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' is this being the only non-bender in the group (before [[ActionGirl Suki]] joined mid-season 3) and actually coped quite well thanks to meat and sarcasm.
* Ben and Gwen Tennyson in the original ''WesternAnimation/{{Ben 10}}'', pilot episode. In fact they only freak out for a couple minutes, as Ben had turned into a living candle and had accidentally started a forest fire. After Grandpa Max explained that Ben was an alien they calmed down quickly.
** Julie Yamamoto in ''WesternAnimation/Ben10AlienForce'', while she only finds out in the last 5-10 minutes of the episode she found out in. She had caught Ben in his Jet-ray mode and when questioned she said she thought it was "cool". And then she gets a pet that doubles as a CoolShip.
* In ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddparents'', the PoorlyDisguisedPilot for Crash Nebula reveals the eponymous hero was like this once: the only human in an intergalactic school. Once he gets the powerful space suit he begins to get less so.
* Fry from ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'', although it takes him a while to cope with the weirdness. Once he does, he realizes that [[CloudCuckooLander he probably never]] [[BornInTheWrongCentury really belonged in the 21st Century anyway]].
** Although the fact that he was [[spoiler: conceived as his own grandfather giving him no delta brainwaves, and deliberately sent into the future by Nibbler specifically because of this]] may disqualify him.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Gargoyles}}'' has the father of David Xanatos, who meets Goliath and Demona before being taken on a time travel trip a thousand years. Dude never even blinks at the crazy stuff he sees.
** Elisa counts as well, she's a normal cop in the NYPD who keeps up with the stuff she and the clan are up against.
* ''WesternAnimation/JimmyTwoShoes'' has the eponymous character in this role.
* Candace in ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb''. In spite of her neurotic tendencies, she has seen so many astounding things over the course of the show that they rarely surprise her anymore. Particularly in later seasons, there's an ironic trend for her to remain relatively calm in real crises, in contrast to her typical overreacting.
** This conversation between [[WeirdnessMagnet Phineas]] and Candace in Season 4 showcases this trend perfectly.
--> '''Phineas''': It's me, Candace. Phineas! Outer-space alien super-crooks from a planet of frogs and reptiles have taken over our bodies.
--> '''Candace''' (completely straight-faced): Okay. What do you want me to do?
--> '''Phineas''': Really? You believe that weird story just like that?
--> '''Candace''' (still completely straight-faced): Yeah. It's been a long summer, kid. What do you need?
** An even better example is her UnderstandingBoyfriend [[NiceGuy Jeremy]], who gets a front-row seat to both Phineas and Ferb's crazy antics and Candace's attempts to bust them, and just rolls with all of it.
* This is how Stan manages to cope living in ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark''. The entire town is a WeirdnessMagnet and his father is perhaps the most insane in a town of people with multiple personalities, illiterates, [[KnightTemplarParent Knight Templar Parents]], the son of the devil, a DepravedBisexual teacher and [[ManipulativeBastard Eric Cartman]]. Despite all this, he usually watches on unfazed by what is happening this week other than to [[FacePalm hold the bridge of his nose]].
** Craig is this in the ''Pandemic'' two-part special. Not only does he spend the ''entire episode'' completely jaded and unfazed by [[ItMakesSenseInContext being shipped to Peru by the US Government, facing giant guinea pigs, and being the chosen one destined to defeat the guinea pirate]], but he also constantly [[LampshadeHanging lampshades the weirdness]] and criticizes Stan and his friends for constantly getting involved in these things, culminating in this ''legendary'' summary of the episodes which he says in [[ComicallySerious complete deadpan seriousness:]]
--> '''Craig:''' My name is Craig Tucker. Last week I stopped a guinea pirate from taking over the earth. All the Peruvian flute bands were released, and drove the guinea creatures back to the Andes mountains. Many people had died, but mankind had prevailed. All over the world, survivors were found, living witnesses to the horror that had been seen. The guinea pirate lived, but was taken to prison to live out the rest of his days. And people all over the world learned to support their local Peruvian flute bands, and buy their [=CDs=]. For they protect us from the guinea creatures. As for me, I was returned home by Homeland Security. My parents were sooo happy. I realized that we don't always have control over what happens to us. We are but players on the stage of life. And I also learned to never listen when people come asking you for money.
* Connie from ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'', she's a little shocked when she learns new things about the Gems sometimes but her shock always lasts about 0.02 seconds. A good example being when [[spoiler:Lapis Lazuli steals the ocean, Connie doesn't know about Lapis's ability to attack with water-dopplegangers and has never fought with the Gems before, but she runs right in anyway and even saves Steven when the tower falls.]]
* The humans in all series of ''Franchise/{{Transformers}}.'' They exist to ''not'' be awesome next to all of the cool robots. In fact, the most annoying humans have been some of the ones designated to be more equal to the Transformers themselves. Except for [[WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated Sari]], but she's [[RobotGirl unusual]].
** However, the fleshies of WesternAnimation/TransformersPrime seem to hold up quite well next to their co-stars, as each has perpetrated his/her fair share of [[BadassNormal badassery]].
* Mark from ''WesternAnimation/UglyAmericans'' could probably out-Unfaze Everyman Arthur Dent. In the first episode, he's already sharing an apartment with a zombie, and dating a succubus who is also his boss. He works at New York's Department of Integration, where he helps immigrants adapt to American society, and monsters adapt to human society. It's basically a FantasyKitchenSink, with vampires, demons, wizards, and robots, but also weirder stuff like landwhales and man birds.
* In all of ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'', there is only one citizen who is unaffected by the chaos. One pillar of emotional strength who remains stoic in the face of danger. One person who lets none of the monsters get her down. That person isÖSoos' grandmother. In the episode "Soos and the Real Girl", we find that she'd been following Soos' date, even when an {{Yandere}} AI was running amuck. When Weirdmageddon rolls around and turns her into an easy chair, she just tells Soos he can go out and help his friends, then reclines to take a nap.
** She is nothing compared to the [[TheGenericGuy normal-est man in town]], [[IronicName Tad Strange]].
* Over time, the citizens of [[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic Ponyville]] start to acquire this trait. Magical HatePlague causes you to go nuts and attack someone? Meh, it had been a slow day anyway.

[[folder:Real Life]]
* UsefulNotes/NewYorkCity is notorious for this, and for good reason. [[Film/{{Thor}} Loki]] is invading a Starbucks? [[http://28.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_lykus3n4dl1qeeuteo1_500.jpg Not even enough to get the locals to stop checking their smartphones]]. And this wasn't even on a day with a con nearby!
* When there's any kind of convention or gathering (such as cosplay) that involves people in costumes wandering around, non-participants generally fall into one of three categories -- the people who are accustomed to it; the people who openly gawk at the weirdos in costumes; and the people who determinedly ignore the whole thing.
* In University towns and cities, on any given night, you can determine who's a local, who's a student, and who's not from the area by their reaction to a group of students in fancy dress. The locals have SeenItAll, the students wonder what the occasion is, and the out-of-towners openly gawk.
* Similarly, it's said you can tell who's a foreigner and who's not at Christmas parades in the Netherlands that feature performers disguised as Zwarte Piet ("Black Pete"). That is, mischievous clown figures in {{Blackface}}, imitating the folk character who (to the Dutch, at least), is Santa Claus's black servant. [[ValuesDissonance Since the Netherlands has always had a very small black population, and since Europeans don't tend to associate characters like Zwarte Piet with racial inferiority]], nobody complained that the parades were offensive until quite recently, and even then there was massive backlash when the Piets were made up in all different colors to avoid being offensive. Among the crowds lining the streets for these parades, the Dutch are the ones smiling, laughing, or just passively taking in the spectacle. The foreigners - ''especially'' the Americans - are the ones with their jaws on the ground.
* During filming for ''Film/{{Star Trek IV|The Voyage Home}}'' the director was somewhat disappointed that the locals didn't even ''blink'' at the actors wandering around in strange uniforms. It wasn't even during filming, it was prior to filming, and it was non-actors in the full Starfleet "Red Jacket" uniforms. Of course they '''weren't''' strange uniforms. They were probably recognized as being ''Star Trek'' uniforms and then not given a second glance.