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DaibhidC
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07:14:56 AM Oct 11th 2013
Would Superman laying the verbal smackdown on some Anti Heroes by saying "These 'no-nonsense" solutions of yours just don't hold water in a complex world of jet-powered apes and time travel" count as an example?
AxelxGabriel
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01:46:10 AM Sep 24th 2013
How about the same as the Idealism trope? Saying its for kids? it would acknowledge that being closed minded to any hope or idealism is just as childish as being too idealistic.
MrDeath
08:41:10 AM Sep 24th 2013
I'd say no, because kids are not typically seen as cynical.
DaibhidC
07:13:41 AM Oct 11th 2013
edited by 86.138.212.171
Silly Rabbit Cynicism Is For Teens?
Goremand
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01:17:11 PM Jan 1st 2013
Got to say, the trope title is mighty ironic. "Loser" means "someone incapable of success", which is a very cynical concept.
HandsomeRob
03:25:23 PM Jan 4th 2013
Never thought of that.
memememememe
05:42:22 PM Apr 29th 2013
Exactly. Calling a cynic a loser only means that you agree with him that he's a loser.
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