Follow TV Tropes

Following

History Funny / StrawberryMarshmallow

Go To



'''Nobue:''' Listen to me, Miu. What you think of as hypnosis... ain't.

to:

'''Nobue:''' Listen to me, Miu. What you think of as hypnosis... ain't.ain't.
* One episode has the girls communicating by writing so they don't wake up Nobue. Something Miu does prompts Ana to write "Is she funny in the head?" Chika gently pushes her paper down, out of sight.


* Episode 31 (manga): When the salesman decided to return to Matsuri's house in hopes that her mother would be home, the realization that ''all'' the "scary little girls" he had been encountering along the way (save possibly Ana) were ''already there'', and he was about to encounter them ''again''... Unfortunately, some of the humor is derived from his [[MistakenForPedophile undeserved perception of being a pedophile]], started by Miu's lie and seemingly substantiated by Matsuri's [[PoorCommunicationKills poor explanation skills]].
* Episode 12 (anime): The teacher in Ana and Matsuri's class picks on [[DesignatedMonkey Sasazuka]] again and tells him to "[[StandingInTheHall go stand in the hall]]". Sasazuka defiantly says "No" and sends the teacher outside instead.
** In the "Momotaro" chapter of the manga, Sasazuka ([[ItMakesSenseInContext dressed as a monkey]]) Falcon Punches the teacher ([[ItMakesSenseInContext dressed as a demon]]) in the face. The girls don't even know why he was so angry and [[BigLippedAlligatorMoment don't bother dwelling on it]], instead joining him in beating up the teacher.
* In episode 29 (manga), "Mind Control", Miu attempts to hypnotise Nobue into going to but some juice. Nobue's reaction? She holds up a mirror, resulting in Miu convincing ''herself'' into going to the store.
** Not to be deterred, she tries again, leading to this exchange:
---> '''Nobue:''' Was that your attempt to hypnotise me?!\\
'''Miu:''' Fine! Look here. You will be eeeasily hypnotiiiiised...\\
'''Nobue:''' Listen to me, Miu. What you think of as hypnosis... ain't.

to:

* Episode 31 (manga): When the salesman decided to return to Matsuri's house There is nothing funny in hopes that her mother would be home, the realization that ''all'' the "scary little girls" he had been encountering along the way (save possibly Ana) were ''already there'', and he was about to encounter them ''again''... Unfortunately, some of the humor is derived from his [[MistakenForPedophile undeserved perception of being a pedophile]], started by Miu's lie and seemingly substantiated by Matsuri's [[PoorCommunicationKills poor explanation skills]].
* Episode 12 (anime): The teacher in Ana and Matsuri's class picks on [[DesignatedMonkey Sasazuka]] again and tells him to "[[StandingInTheHall go stand in the hall]]". Sasazuka defiantly says "No" and sends the teacher outside instead.
** In the "Momotaro" chapter of the manga, Sasazuka ([[ItMakesSenseInContext dressed as a monkey]]) Falcon Punches the teacher ([[ItMakesSenseInContext dressed as a demon]]) in the face. The girls don't even know why he was so angry and [[BigLippedAlligatorMoment don't bother dwelling on it]], instead joining him in beating up the teacher.
* In episode 29 (manga), "Mind Control", Miu attempts to hypnotise Nobue into going to but some juice. Nobue's reaction? She holds up a mirror, resulting in Miu convincing ''herself'' into going to the store.
** Not to be deterred, she tries again, leading to
this exchange:
---> '''Nobue:''' Was that your attempt to hypnotise me?!\\
'''Miu:''' Fine! Look here. You will be eeeasily hypnotiiiiised...\\
'''Nobue:''' Listen to me, Miu. What you think
series. It is constantly the opposite of as hypnosis... ain't.funny. A teenage delinquent doing a bunch of delinquent things isn't funny.


There is nothing funny in this series. It is constantly the opposite of funny.

to:

There * Episode 31 (manga): When the salesman decided to return to Matsuri's house in hopes that her mother would be home, the realization that ''all'' the "scary little girls" he had been encountering along the way (save possibly Ana) were ''already there'', and he was about to encounter them ''again''... Unfortunately, some of the humor is nothing funny derived from his [[MistakenForPedophile undeserved perception of being a pedophile]], started by Miu's lie and seemingly substantiated by Matsuri's [[PoorCommunicationKills poor explanation skills]].
* Episode 12 (anime): The teacher
in Ana and Matsuri's class picks on [[DesignatedMonkey Sasazuka]] again and tells him to "[[StandingInTheHall go stand in the hall]]". Sasazuka defiantly says "No" and sends the teacher outside instead.
** In the "Momotaro" chapter of the manga, Sasazuka ([[ItMakesSenseInContext dressed as a monkey]]) Falcon Punches the teacher ([[ItMakesSenseInContext dressed as a demon]]) in the face. The girls don't even know why he was so angry and [[BigLippedAlligatorMoment don't bother dwelling on it]], instead joining him in beating up the teacher.
* In episode 29 (manga), "Mind Control", Miu attempts to hypnotise Nobue into going to but some juice. Nobue's reaction? She holds up a mirror, resulting in Miu convincing ''herself'' into going to the store.
** Not to be deterred, she tries again, leading to
this series. It is constantly the opposite exchange:
---> '''Nobue:''' Was that your attempt to hypnotise me?!\\
'''Miu:''' Fine! Look here. You will be eeeasily hypnotiiiiised...\\
'''Nobue:''' Listen to me, Miu. What you think
of funny.as hypnosis... ain't.


* Episode 31 (manga): When the salesman decided to return to Matsuri's house in hopes that her mother would be home, the realization that ''all'' the "scary little girls" he had been encountering along the way (save possibly Ana) were ''already there'', and he was about to encounter them ''again''... Unfortunately, some of the humor is derived from his [[MistakenForPedophile undeserved perception of being a pedophile]], started by Miu's lie and seemingly substantiated by Matsuri's [[PoorCommunicationKills poor explanation skills]].
* Episode 12 (anime): The teacher in Ana and Matsuri's class picks on [[DesignatedMonkey Sasazuka]] again and tells him to "[[StandingInTheHall go stand in the hall]]". Sasazuka defiantly says "No" and sends the teacher outside instead.
** In the "Momotaro" chapter of the manga, Sasazuka ([[ItMakesSenseInContext dressed as a monkey]]) Falcon Punches the teacher ([[ItMakesSenseInContext dressed as a demon]]) in the face. The girls don't even know why he was so angry and [[BigLippedAlligatorMoment don't bother dwelling on it]], instead joining him in beating up the teacher.
* In episode 29 (manga), "Mind Control", Miu attempts to hypnotise Nobue into going to but some juice. Nobue's reaction? She holds up a mirror, resulting in Miu convincing ''herself'' into going to the store.
** Not to be deterred, she tries again, leading to this exchange:
---> '''Nobue:''' Was that your attempt to hypnotise me?!\\
'''Miu:''' Fine! Look here. You will be eeeasily hypnotiiiiised...\\
'''Nobue:''' Listen to me, Miu. What you think of as hypnosis... ain't.

to:

* Episode 31 (manga): When the salesman decided to return to Matsuri's house There is nothing funny in hopes that her mother would be home, the realization that ''all'' the "scary little girls" he had been encountering along the way (save possibly Ana) were ''already there'', and he was about to encounter them ''again''... Unfortunately, some of the humor is derived from his [[MistakenForPedophile undeserved perception of being a pedophile]], started by Miu's lie and seemingly substantiated by Matsuri's [[PoorCommunicationKills poor explanation skills]].
* Episode 12 (anime): The teacher in Ana and Matsuri's class picks on [[DesignatedMonkey Sasazuka]] again and tells him to "[[StandingInTheHall go stand in the hall]]". Sasazuka defiantly says "No" and sends the teacher outside instead.
** In the "Momotaro" chapter of the manga, Sasazuka ([[ItMakesSenseInContext dressed as a monkey]]) Falcon Punches the teacher ([[ItMakesSenseInContext dressed as a demon]]) in the face. The girls don't even know why he was so angry and [[BigLippedAlligatorMoment don't bother dwelling on it]], instead joining him in beating up the teacher.
* In episode 29 (manga), "Mind Control", Miu attempts to hypnotise Nobue into going to but some juice. Nobue's reaction? She holds up a mirror, resulting in Miu convincing ''herself'' into going to the store.
** Not to be deterred, she tries again, leading to
this exchange:
---> '''Nobue:''' Was that your attempt to hypnotise me?!\\
'''Miu:''' Fine! Look here. You will be eeeasily hypnotiiiiised...\\
'''Nobue:''' Listen to me, Miu. What you think
series. It is constantly the opposite of as hypnosis... ain't.funny.


--> '''Nobue:''' Was that your attempt to hypnotise me?!
--> '''Miu:''' Fine! Look here. You will be eeeasily hypnotiiiiised...
--> '''Nobue:''' Listen to me, Miu. What you think of as hypnosis... ain't.

to:

--> ---> '''Nobue:''' Was that your attempt to hypnotise me?!
-->
me?!\\
'''Miu:''' Fine! Look here. You will be eeeasily hypnotiiiiised...
-->
hypnotiiiiised...\\
'''Nobue:''' Listen to me, Miu. What you think of as hypnosis... ain't.

Added DiffLines:

** In the "Momotaro" chapter of the manga, Sasazuka ([[ItMakesSenseInContext dressed as a monkey]]) Falcon Punches the teacher ([[ItMakesSenseInContext dressed as a demon]]) in the face. The girls don't even know why he was so angry and [[BigLippedAlligatorMoment don't bother dwelling on it]], instead joining him in beating up the teacher.


** Episode 31 (manga): When the salesman decided to return to Matsuri's house in hopes that her mother would be home, the realization that ''all'' the "scary little girls" he had been encountering along the way (save possibly Ana) were ''already there'', and he was about to encounter them ''again''... Unfortunately, some of the humor is derived from his [[MistakenForPedophile undeserved perception of being a pedophile]], started by Miu's lie and seemingly substantiated by Matsuri's [[PoorCommunicationKills poor explanation skills]].
** Episode 12 (anime): The teacher in Ana and Matsuri's class picks on [[DesignatedMonkey Sasazuka]] again and tells him to "[[StandingInTheHall go stand in the hall]]". Sasazuka defiantly says "No" and sends the teacher outside instead.

to:

** * Episode 31 (manga): When the salesman decided to return to Matsuri's house in hopes that her mother would be home, the realization that ''all'' the "scary little girls" he had been encountering along the way (save possibly Ana) were ''already there'', and he was about to encounter them ''again''... Unfortunately, some of the humor is derived from his [[MistakenForPedophile undeserved perception of being a pedophile]], started by Miu's lie and seemingly substantiated by Matsuri's [[PoorCommunicationKills poor explanation skills]].
** * Episode 12 (anime): The teacher in Ana and Matsuri's class picks on [[DesignatedMonkey Sasazuka]] again and tells him to "[[StandingInTheHall go stand in the hall]]". Sasazuka defiantly says "No" and sends the teacher outside instead.instead.
* In episode 29 (manga), "Mind Control", Miu attempts to hypnotise Nobue into going to but some juice. Nobue's reaction? She holds up a mirror, resulting in Miu convincing ''herself'' into going to the store.
** Not to be deterred, she tries again, leading to this exchange:
--> '''Nobue:''' Was that your attempt to hypnotise me?!
--> '''Miu:''' Fine! Look here. You will be eeeasily hypnotiiiiised...
--> '''Nobue:''' Listen to me, Miu. What you think of as hypnosis... ain't.

Added DiffLines:

** Episode 31 (manga): When the salesman decided to return to Matsuri's house in hopes that her mother would be home, the realization that ''all'' the "scary little girls" he had been encountering along the way (save possibly Ana) were ''already there'', and he was about to encounter them ''again''... Unfortunately, some of the humor is derived from his [[MistakenForPedophile undeserved perception of being a pedophile]], started by Miu's lie and seemingly substantiated by Matsuri's [[PoorCommunicationKills poor explanation skills]].
** Episode 12 (anime): The teacher in Ana and Matsuri's class picks on [[DesignatedMonkey Sasazuka]] again and tells him to "[[StandingInTheHall go stand in the hall]]". Sasazuka defiantly says "No" and sends the teacher outside instead.

Showing 9 edit(s) of 9

Top

How well does it match the trope?

Example of:

/

Media sources:

/

Report