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!! Have You Seen My Potty contains examples of...

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* GirlishPigtails: Suzy-Sue has a pair tied with blue bows.

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* GirlishPigtails: Suzy-Sue has a pair tied with blue purple, polka-dotted bows.


''Have You Seen My Potty?'' is a children's picture book about a girl named Suzy Sue (who also features in ''Literature/{{Achoo}}'' and ''''Literature/ABedOfYourOwn'').

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''Have You Seen My Potty?'' is a children's picture book about a girl named Suzy Sue (who also features in ''Literature/{{Achoo}}'' and ''''Literature/ABedOfYourOwn'').
''Literature/ABedOfYourOwn'').



%%* GirlishPigtails: Suzy-Sue.

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%%* * GirlishPigtails: Suzy-Sue.Suzy-Sue has a pair tied with blue bows.



* PottyEmergency: ''Everyone'' has one in this story. Suzy-Sue's need for her potty is described as "important", and
%%* TheProtagonist: Suzy Sue.

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* PottyEmergency: ''Everyone'' has one in this story. Suzy-Sue's need for her potty is described as "important", and
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the animals at one point say they’re “nearly desperate” and the sheep even flat-out says “I have to pee”.
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TheProtagonist: Suzy Sue.Sue is ours.


''Have You Seen My Potty?'' is a children's picture book about a girl named Suzy Sue (who also features in ''Achoo'' and ''A Bed of Your Own'').

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''Have You Seen My Potty?'' is a children's picture book about a girl named Suzy Sue (who also features in ''Achoo'' ''Literature/{{Achoo}}'' and ''A Bed of Your Own'').
''''Literature/ABedOfYourOwn'').



* GirlishPigtails: Suzy-Sue.
* HairOfGoldHeartOfGold: Suzy-Sue.

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* %%* GirlishPigtails: Suzy-Sue.
* HairOfGoldHeartOfGold: Suzy-Sue.Suzy-Sue has blonde hair and is portrayed as a very polite, innocent little girl.
* NatureTinkling: At the end, Suzy-Sue tries to go on the grass but the animals give her the potty instead.



* PottyEmergency: ''Everyone'' has one in this story.
* TheProtagonist: Suzy Sue.
* RhymesOnADime: The story.

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* PottyEmergency: ''Everyone'' has one in this story.
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story. Suzy-Sue's need for her potty is described as "important", and
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TheProtagonist: Suzy Sue.
* RhymesOnADime: The story.
Sue.


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!! Have You Seen My Potty contains examples of....of...



* NearlyNormalAnimal: The animals are ''almost'' normal despite being able to communicate with Suzy Sue, the goat walking on his hind legs once, and the cow being able to read. It is unconfirmed if Suzy Sue SpeaksFluentAnimal or if the animals are TalkingAnimal/s.

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* NearlyNormalAnimal: The animals are ''almost'' normal despite being able to communicate with Suzy Sue, the goat walking on his hind legs once, and the cow being able to read. It is unconfirmed if Suzy Sue SpeaksFluentAnimal or if the animals are TalkingAnimal/s.{{Talking Animal}}s.



* PottyEmergency: ''Everyone'' has one in htis story.

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* PottyEmergency: ''Everyone'' has one in htis this story.


Have You Seen My Potty? is a children's picture book about a girl named Suzy Sue (who also features in ''Achoo'' and ''A Bed of Your Own''.

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Have ''Have You Seen My Potty? Potty?'' is a children's picture book about a girl named Suzy Sue (who also features in ''Achoo'' and ''A Bed of Your Own''.Own'').



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* PainfulRhyme: Rhyming "rotten" and "forgotten" with "bottom", despite the former words ending in "n" and the latter ending in "m".


* RhymingNarrative: The story.
* RosseuWasRight: Despite the cow being described as "rotten", she and the others are willing to share.

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* RhymingNarrative: RhymesOnADime: The story.
* RosseuWasRight: RousseauWasRight: Despite the cow being described as "rotten", she and the others are willing to share.

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Have You Seen My Potty? is a children's picture book about a girl named Suzy Sue (who also features in ''Achoo'' and ''A Bed of Your Own''.
Basically she uses her potty every day (which is treated as ''very important'') but then the animals on the farm take it because they think it's useful, and she goes around asking the animals if they've seen her potty, only they don't know the word for "potty".
!! Have You Seen My Potty contains examples of....
* GirlishPigtails: Suzy-Sue.
* HairOfGoldHeartOfGold: Suzy-Sue.
* NearlyNormalAnimal: The animals are ''almost'' normal despite being able to communicate with Suzy Sue, the goat walking on his hind legs once, and the cow being able to read. It is unconfirmed if Suzy Sue SpeaksFluentAnimal or if the animals are TalkingAnimal/s.
* NeatFreak: The animals. They have an aversion to pooping/peeing outside and make it clear that they only use the outdoors as a toilet because they have to.
* PainfulRhyme: Rhyming "rotten" and "forgotten" with "bottom", despite the former words ending in "n" and the latter ending in "m".
* PoorCommunicationKills: The only real reason the animals didn't hand Suzy Sue the potty when they were finished with it was because they didn't know the word for "potty".
* PottyEmergency: ''Everyone'' has one in htis story.
* TheProtagonist: Suzy Sue.
* RhymingNarrative: The story.
* RosseuWasRight: Despite the cow being described as "rotten", she and the others are willing to share.
* SeriousBusiness: "Who had something ''really important'' to do".
* ToiletHumour: The whole situation is PlayedForLaughs.
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