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* TheCasanova: Titi always tries to charm girl and he is often successful.

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* TheCasanova: Titi always tries to charm girl girls and he is often successful.


* SequelNumberSnarl: The first album, ''Recap/{{Slaloms}}'' was first published in black and white by an independant editor (L'Association) in 1993. Then, three albums numbered 1, 2 and 3 were published by Dargaud. In 1997, a redrawn colored version of ''Recap/{{Slaloms}}'' was published by Dargaud under the number 0. Finally, the album number 9, ''Recap/Laccelerateur atomique'', was published before the album number 8, ''Recap/LaVieCommeElleVient''.

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* SequelNumberSnarl: The first album, ''Recap/{{Slaloms}}'' was first published in black and white by an independant editor (L'Association) in 1993. Then, three albums numbered 1, 2 and 3 were published by Dargaud. In 1997, a redrawn colored version of ''Recap/{{Slaloms}}'' was published by Dargaud under the number 0. Finally, the album number 9, ''Recap/Laccelerateur atomique'', ''Recap/LaccelerateurAtomique'', was published before the album number 8, ''Recap/LaVieCommeElleVient''.


* FunnyAnimal: All the characters of the series have a human body frame, they speak, they wear clothes, they have animal heads, but they have no tail. Lapinot has very long rabbit feet.



* WorldOfFunnyAnimals: The {{Funny Animal}} characters take the place of people. There are no people.

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* WorldOfFunnyAnimals: The {{Funny Animal}} FunnyAnimal characters take the place of people. There are no people.


* WorldOfFunnyAnimals: The characters take the place of people. There are no people.

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* WorldOfFunnyAnimals: The {{Funny Animal}} characters take the place of people. There are no people.


* FourFingeredHands: The PettingZooPeople all have four-fingered hands.

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* FourFingeredHands: The PettingZooPeople characters all have four-fingered hands.



* FurriesAreEasierToDraw: Creator/LewisTrondheim chose to draw PettingZooPeople as an easy option.
* FurryConfusion: There are non-humanlike dogs, birds... alongside PettingZooPeople.

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* FurriesAreEasierToDraw: Creator/LewisTrondheim chose to draw PettingZooPeople animals as an easy option.
* FurryConfusion: There are non-humanlike dogs, birds... alongside PettingZooPeople.{{Funny Animal}}s.



* PettingZooPeople: All the characters of the series have a human body frame, they speak, they wear clothes, they have animal heads, but they have no tail. Lapinot has very long rabbit feet.



* WorldOfFunnyAnimals: The PettingZooPeople characters take the place of people. There are no people.

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* WorldOfFunnyAnimals: The PettingZooPeople characters take the place of people. There are no people.


* GenreRoulette: some books are in a contemporary setting, while others parody a specific genre: TheWestern (''Recap/{{Blacktown}}''), [[GothicHorror Gothic fiction]] (''Recap/{{Walter}}''), {{romance}} (''Recap/VacancesDePrintemps''), ''ComicBook/SpirouAndFantasio'' (''L'accélérateur atomique'').



* SequelNumberSnarl: The first album, ''Recap/{{Slaloms}}'' was first published in black and white by an independant editor in 1993. Then, three albums numbered 1, 2 and 3 were published by Dargaud. In 1997, a redrawn colored version of ''Recap/{{Slaloms}}'' was published by Dargaud under the number 0. Finally, the album number 9, ''L'Accélérateur atomique'', was published before the album number 8, ''Recap/LaVieCommeElleVient''.

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* SequelNumberSnarl: The first album, ''Recap/{{Slaloms}}'' was first published in black and white by an independant editor (L'Association) in 1993. Then, three albums numbered 1, 2 and 3 were published by Dargaud. In 1997, a redrawn colored version of ''Recap/{{Slaloms}}'' was published by Dargaud under the number 0. Finally, the album number 9, ''L'Accélérateur ''Recap/Laccelerateur atomique'', was published before the album number 8, ''Recap/LaVieCommeElleVient''.



* UniversalAdaptorCast: Lapinot, Titi and Richard live in most albums in a contemporary setting, but they can be transplanted in TheWildWest (''Recap/{{Blacktown}}''), TheEdwardianEra (''Recap/{{Walter}}''), UsefulNotes/VictorianBritain (''Recap/VacancesDePrintemps'') or the TheFifties (''L'accélérateur atomique'').

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* UniversalAdaptorCast: Lapinot, Titi and Richard live in most albums in a contemporary setting, but they can be transplanted in TheWildWest for a parody of TheWestern (''Recap/{{Blacktown}}''), TheEdwardianEra for a parody of [[GothicHorror Gothic fiction]] (''Recap/{{Walter}}''), UsefulNotes/VictorianBritain for a parody of {{romance}} (''Recap/VacancesDePrintemps'') or the TheFifties (''L'accélérateur atomique'').for a parody of ''ComicBook/SpirouAndFantasio'' (''Recap/LaccelerateurAtomique'').
* TheVerse: ''The Spiffy Adventures without [=McConey=]'' (''Les Formidables Aventures sans Lapinot'') are set in the same universe: the events of the fourth instalment, ''Trop ouf'', happen two months after ''Recap/LaVieCommeElleVient'' and involve the same characters: Richard, Félix, Patrick, Alice, and Vincent.

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* LimitedWardrobe: In the albums set in the present-day, Lapinot generally wears a blue shirt, a grey coat and brown trousers. Richard wears a red pullover, black trousers and a dark green jacket. Titi wears a white shirt, grey trousers and a tie.


* GenreRoulette: some books are in a contemporary setting, while others parody a specific genre: TheWestern (''Recap/{{Blacktown}}''), [[GothicHorror Gothic fiction]] (''Recap/{{Walter}}''), {{romance}} (''Vacances de printemps''), ''ComicBook/SpirouAndFantasio'' (''L'accélérateur atomique'').

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* GenreRoulette: some books are in a contemporary setting, while others parody a specific genre: TheWestern (''Recap/{{Blacktown}}''), [[GothicHorror Gothic fiction]] (''Recap/{{Walter}}''), {{romance}} (''Vacances de printemps''), (''Recap/VacancesDePrintemps''), ''ComicBook/SpirouAndFantasio'' (''L'accélérateur atomique'').



* UniversalAdaptorCast: Lapinot, Titi and Richard live in most albums in a contemporary setting, but they can be transplanted in TheWildWest (''Recap/{{Blacktown}}''), TheEdwardianEra (''Recap/{{Walter}}''), VictorianBritain (''Recap/VacancesDePrintemps'') or the TheFifties (''L'accélérateur atomique'').

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* UniversalAdaptorCast: Lapinot, Titi and Richard live in most albums in a contemporary setting, but they can be transplanted in TheWildWest (''Recap/{{Blacktown}}''), TheEdwardianEra (''Recap/{{Walter}}''), VictorianBritain UsefulNotes/VictorianBritain (''Recap/VacancesDePrintemps'') or the TheFifties (''L'accélérateur atomique'').


* UniversalAdaptorCast: Lapinot, Titi and Richard live in most albums in a contemporary setting, but they can be transplanted in TheWildWest (''Recap/{{Blacktown}}''), TheEdwardianEra (''Recap/{{Walter}}''), or the TheFifties (''L'accélérateur atomique'').

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* UniversalAdaptorCast: Lapinot, Titi and Richard live in most albums in a contemporary setting, but they can be transplanted in TheWildWest (''Recap/{{Blacktown}}''), TheEdwardianEra (''Recap/{{Walter}}''), VictorianBritain (''Recap/VacancesDePrintemps'') or the TheFifties (''L'accélérateur atomique'').

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* UniversalAdaptorCast: Lapinot, Titi and Richard live in most albums in a contemporary setting, but they can be transplanted in TheWildWest (''Recap/{{Blacktown}}''), TheEdwardianEra (''Recap/{{Walter}}''), or the TheFifties (''L'accélérateur atomique'').


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* TheCasanova: Titi.

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* TheCasanova: Titi.Titi always tries to charm girl and he is often successful.



* GenreRoulette: some books are in a contemporary setting, while others parody a specific genre: TheWestern (''Blacktown''), [[GothicHorror Gothic fiction]] (''Recap/{{Walter}}''), {{romance}} (''Vacances de printemps''), ''ComicBook/SpirouAndFantasio'' (''L'accélérateur atomique'').
* TheLastOfTheseIsNotLikeTheOthers: The back cover of all the albums has a sentence which reads "This nth volume of the Spiffy Adventures of [=McConey=] will delight those who like..." followed by a list of items where the last one stands out in [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking a way]] or [[BreadEggsMilkSquick another]].

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* GenreRoulette: some books are in a contemporary setting, while others parody a specific genre: TheWestern (''Blacktown''), (''Recap/{{Blacktown}}''), [[GothicHorror Gothic fiction]] (''Recap/{{Walter}}''), {{romance}} (''Vacances de printemps''), ''ComicBook/SpirouAndFantasio'' (''L'accélérateur atomique'').
* TheLastOfTheseIsNotLikeTheOthers: The On the back cover of all the albums has albums, there is a sentence which reads "This nth volume of the Spiffy Adventures of [=McConey=] will delight those who like..." followed by a list of items where the last one stands out in [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking a way]] or [[BreadEggsMilkSquick another]].



* SequelNumberSnarl: The first album, ''Recap/{{Slaloms}}'' was first published in black and white by an independant editor in 1993. Then, three albums numbered 1, 2 and 3 were published by Dargaud. In 1997, a redrawn colored version of ''Slaloms'' was published by Dargaud under the number 0. Finally, the album number 9, ''L'Accélérateur atomique'', was published before the album number 8, ''Recap/LaVieCommeElleVient''.

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* SequelNumberSnarl: The first album, ''Recap/{{Slaloms}}'' was first published in black and white by an independant editor in 1993. Then, three albums numbered 1, 2 and 3 were published by Dargaud. In 1997, a redrawn colored version of ''Slaloms'' ''Recap/{{Slaloms}}'' was published by Dargaud under the number 0. Finally, the album number 9, ''L'Accélérateur atomique'', was published before the album number 8, ''Recap/LaVieCommeElleVient''.

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* TheLastOfTheseIsNotLikeTheOthers: The back cover of all the albums has a sentence which reads "This nth volume of the Spiffy Adventures of [=McConey=] will delight those who like..." followed by a list of items where the last one stands out in [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking a way]] or [[BreadEggsMilkSquick another]].

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* ThePrankster: Richard is fond of practical jokes.

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* FourFingeredHands: The PettingZooPeople all have four-fingered hands.

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