Playing With: Sweet Dreams Fuel
: A moment (or moments) that trigger warm, pleasant and gratifying feelings. It may induce Tears of Joy
- Straight: In Albert: Champion of justice, Albert has just beat the villain of the week and is walking back to his hideout when he is stopped by a little girl, handed a flower, and she says "You worked so hard to save me today. I'm sorry I don't have anything else."
- Exaggerated: The entire show is about puppies and kittens playing with toddlers.
- Downplayed: Something small and heartwarming occurs.
- Justified: ???
- Inverted: Nightmare Fuel.
- Subverted: A little girl gives Albert a flower, apparently in gratitude, and it's seemingly adorable. Then it turns out that the flower is a Man-Eating Plant.
- Double Subverted: The little girl didn't know it was a Man-Eating Plant and is adorably apologetic about what she did.
- Parodied: The term "fuel" is taken literally, and gas cans of happiness are spread across the world.
- Zig Zagged: ???
- Averted: There is neither much Sweet Dreams Fuel nor Nightmare Fuel.
- Enforced: The author(s) wanted to develop a kind of anti-depressant for all the Tear Jerker moments both in and out of fiction.
- Lampshaded: "Wasn't that just so cute you could puke a kitten?"
- Invoked: ???
- Exploited: ???
- Defied: ???
- Discussed: ???
- Conversed: ???
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