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Does a Cheerful Child have to be cheerful?:

 1 lebrel, Mon, 5th Mar '12 3:45:21 PM from Basement, Ivory Tower
Tsundere pet.
I'm cleaning the wicks for Cute Shotaro Boy (renamed to Adorably Precocious Child), and oh god is there a ton of misuse. The majority of the misuse seems to be "ridiculously cute little boy", and the closest to that that we currently have is Cheerful Child. But not all ridiculously cute little boys are actually cheerful (some are Troubled, but Cute or The Stoic or something), so changing the examples to that often feels wrong. So... does a Cheerful Child have to be actually cheerful?

[edit] Nevermind, we have The Cutie. That covers a lot of these guys.

edited 5th Mar '12 4:51:54 PM by lebrel

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