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* MissingEpisode: Many of Roses' old episodes, such as her Monkees reviews, have been unavailable since her Website/BlipTV channel died.


* Catchphrase: In her webseries "That Time on Murder, She Wrote", whenever a dead person is uncovered she says "Soo... this guy is dead."

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* Catchphrase: CatchPhrase: In her webseries "That Time on Murder, She Wrote", whenever a dead person is uncovered she says "Soo... this guy is dead."

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* Catchphrase: In her webseries "That Time on Murder, She Wrote", whenever a dead person is uncovered she says "Soo... this guy is dead."


** In real life, she tutors computer applications and web coding. "I like Robots more than people."

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** In real life, she tutors computer applications and web coding. coding.
-->''[[NotGoodWithPeople
"I like Robots robots more than people.""]]''



* {{GeniusBruiser}}: She will assault you with intelligent words, then kick your ass with her kickboxing skills.

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* {{GeniusBruiser}}: GeniusBruiser: She will assault you with intelligent words, then kick your ass with her kickboxing skills.



* TroublingUnChildlikeBehaviour: She was sent to a school therapist when wrote that death was something she liked to think about in a questionnaire.

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* TroublingUnChildlikeBehaviour: TroublingUnchildlikeBehavior: She was sent to a school therapist when wrote that death was something she liked to think about in a questionnaire.


* LameExcuse: WebVideo/ToddInTheShadows and WebVideo/PawDugan get out of participating in her ''33 1/3 Revolutions per Monkee'' review by claiming to be 'on fire' and 'drowning' respectively.


* BiTheWay: Offhandedly [[https://twitter.com/PushinUpRoses/status/1133974446337925126 came out]] on her twitter in May 2019, in response to Creator/MaraWilson pointing out her own "Official Bisexual haircut"

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* NobodyPoops: She wonders why ''WesternAnimation/MickeyMouse'' has no toilet in his bathroom in ''Follow The Reader'' but says it would explain why his bedroom carpet is so yellow.


* MoonLogicPuzzle: [[https://youtube.com/watch?v=zpiAFd9OkHY She made a video]] complaining about these ruining the genre.

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* MoonLogicPuzzle: [[https://youtube.com/watch?v=zpiAFd9OkHY She made a video]] complaining about these ruining the adventure game genre.

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* MoonLogicPuzzle: [[https://youtube.com/watch?v=zpiAFd9OkHY She made a video]] complaining about these ruining the genre.


* DeathAndMaiden: She tries to woo Death in ''VideoGame/TheSims'', but it's impossible to get him to sleep with you without cheating.

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* DeathAndMaiden: DeathAndTheMaiden: She tries to woo Death in ''VideoGame/TheSims'', but it's impossible to get him to sleep with you without cheating.

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* DeathAndMaiden: She tries to woo Death in ''VideoGame/TheSims'', but it's impossible to get him to sleep with you without cheating.


* RaisedCatholic: She was raised Catholic as a child and generally dislikes religion as an adult.



* TakeThat: Mocks a character's blue eyeshadow, then shows a picture of Music/{{Kesha}} also wearing blue eyeshadow.



* TakeThat: Mocks a character's blue eyeshadow, then shows a picture of Music/{{Kesha}} also wearing blue eyeshadow.


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* TroublingUnChildlikeBehaviour: She was sent to a school therapist when wrote that death was something she liked to think about in a questionnaire.

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* ChessWithDeath: Discusses the history of the trope in her ''[[https://youtube.com/watch?v=lub4wv7Gr0E Best Portrayals of Death]]'' video. She even does the video in skeleton makeup and has a chessboard in front of her at one point.


On January 1st, 2013, Roses announced her retirement from TGWTG.com and subsequently joined Retroware.TV; shortly afterwards, she began a series called "Second Look", looking at some popular-back-then games and deciding if they warrant a return. Eventually, she transitioned away from doing Let's Play videos, outside of the occasional crossover with ''WebVideo/LazyGamesReviews'', and now focuses more on reviews and video essays. More recently she has started a series reviewing episodes of ''Series/MurderSheWrote'' and, occasionally, ''Series/GoldenGirls''. She also speaks frequently about her struggles with body dysmorphic disorder, depression, and suicidal ideation; she has plans to publish a memoir going into further detail about these experiences.

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On January 1st, 2013, Roses announced her retirement from TGWTG.com and subsequently joined Retroware.TV; shortly afterwards, she began a series called "Second Look", looking at some popular-back-then games and deciding if they warrant a return. Eventually, she transitioned away from doing Let's Play videos, outside of the occasional crossover with ''WebVideo/LazyGamesReviews'', ''WebVideo/LazyGameReviews'', and now focuses more on reviews and video essays. More recently she has started a series reviewing episodes of ''Series/MurderSheWrote'' and, occasionally, ''Series/GoldenGirls''.''Series/TheGoldenGirls''. She also speaks frequently about her struggles with body dysmorphic disorder, depression, and suicidal ideation; she has plans to publish a memoir going into further detail about these experiences.


On January 1st, 2013, Roses announced her retirement from TGWTG.com and subsequently joined Retroware.TV; shortly afterwards, she began a series called "Second Look", looking at some popular-back-then games and deciding if they warrant a return. Eventually, she ended doing Let's Plays outside of crossobers with ''WebVideo/LazyGamesReviews'', and now focuses more on reviews and video essays. She also speaks frequently about her struggles with body dysmorphic disorder, depression, and suicidal ideation; she has plans to publish a memoir going into further detail about these experiences.

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On January 1st, 2013, Roses announced her retirement from TGWTG.com and subsequently joined Retroware.TV; shortly afterwards, she began a series called "Second Look", looking at some popular-back-then games and deciding if they warrant a return. Eventually, she ended transitioned away from doing Let's Plays Play videos, outside of crossobers the occasional crossover with ''WebVideo/LazyGamesReviews'', and now focuses more on reviews and video essays.essays. More recently she has started a series reviewing episodes of ''Series/MurderSheWrote'' and, occasionally, ''Series/GoldenGirls''. She also speaks frequently about her struggles with body dysmorphic disorder, depression, and suicidal ideation; she has plans to publish a memoir going into further detail about these experiences.

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