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* AlternateCharacterInterpretation: Readers have created multiple theories for Amelia Bedelia's LiteralMinded behavior, such as not being a native English speaker, or having a mental condition that makes metaphors harder to understand.

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* AlternateCharacterInterpretation: Readers have created multiple theories for Amelia Bedelia's LiteralMinded behavior, such as not being a native English speaker, or having a mental condition neurotype that makes metaphors harder to understand.

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* RonTheDeathEater: Some interpretations of Amelia has her LiteralMinded behavior include crimes like murder.

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* MemeticMutation: Vulgar or nightmarish versions of Amelia Bedelia have become common, perhaps having her misinterpret "cock" for the former or "brainstorm" for the latter.


* HilariousInHindsight: In the first book, Amelia Bedelia "trimmed" the fat of a steak not by cutting it off, but rather by decorating it with lace and ribbons. Over 20 years later, ''Merry Christmas, Amelia Bedelia'' shows her "trimming" a Christmas tree not by decorating it with ribbons, but rather by cutting off some branches.

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* HilariousInHindsight: In the first book, Amelia Bedelia "trimmed" "trims" the fat of a steak not by cutting it off, but rather by decorating it with lace and ribbons. Over 20 years later, ''Merry Christmas, Amelia Bedelia'' shows her "trimming" a Christmas tree not by decorating it with ribbons, but rather by cutting off some branches.

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* HilariousInHindsight: In the first book, Amelia Bedelia "trimmed" the fat of a steak not by cutting it off, but rather by decorating it with lace and ribbons. Over 20 years later, ''Merry Christmas, Amelia Bedelia'' shows her "trimming" a Christmas tree not by decorating it with ribbons, but rather by cutting off some branches.

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* AlternateCharacterInterpretation: Readers have created multiple theories for Amelia Bedelia's LiteralMinded behavior, such as not being a native English speaker, or having a mental condition that makes metaphors harder to understand.

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* SignatureScene: In the first book, Amelia Bedelia draws the drapes not by shutting them, but instead sketching a picture of them.

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