These are what we call the 'YMMV items.' Things that some people find in this work. We call them 'your mileage might vary' because not everyone sees these things in the same way. This starts discussions in the trope lists, a thing we don't want. Please use the discussion page if you'd like to discuss any of these items.
Dude, Not Funny!: Pucca has destroyed public property, invaded personal spaces, injured people who weren't causing her any harm and invades in Garu's life... all in the name of "funny love". Hell, she once beat up Cupid solely for not having an arrow he can use on Garu.
Foe Yay/Ho Yay: In the episode "Stuck on Goo" Garu and his enemy Tobe end up stuck together via a mishap with melted candy canes. They end up having to share a bed in one scene, in which Tobe accidently touches Garu's hand, he then jerks away, embarrased, and says they "will never speak of this again." Later as the two learn to get along, Tobe suggests they return to "Our home" (Garu's house) in a loving manner as they look at each other warmly.
God-Mode Sue: She does everything effortlessly, always gets her way, (Getting a year named for her in one instance), and is basically unbeatable. And she will sometimes have a new power out of nowhere when it suits the plot.
A particularly blatant example is the "chicken pox" episode, a disease that literally makes you act like a chicken. Like real chicken pox, it's incredibly contagious, but unlike real chicken pox, it spreads when the pox-spots themselves leap from person to person. Everyone, even Garu and Santa Claus, is infected...and then Pucca shows up. The pox-spots try to infect her...and fail. Just like that.
Jerk Sue: She is adored almost unconditionally, and whoever dares object to her is swiftly "put in their place" whether they're right or wrong. She also gets away with LOTS of shit that wouldn't be tolerated if done with other characters.
Tobe. It's hinted that he just wants to fight for fun with Garu (even Garu himself wants to), but Pucca always have to interrupt their game by kicking him away.
Moral Dissonance: "Feud Fight". Apparently Pucca crying over never getting her favorite meal is what makes the chefs get over their feud and make noodles again... not that the village has become a depressing, zombie filled world without their cooking.
The Woobie: Garu, Oh, Garu. He never gets sympathy from anyone when it comes to being chased and mentally harassed by Pucca (except maybe Tobe)