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* BaseBreakingCharacter: Misae[=/=]Mitzi gets this for being [[DomesticAbuser abusive]] [[AbusiveParents tendencies]]. Sure, Shin is no boy scout, but she reacts to everything he does with the maturity of a 12-year-old. Her hypocritical behavior towards her husband rubs people the wrong way since she would hit him for even glancing at another woman, and yet she would do anything to get the attention of a handsome man.

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* BaseBreakingCharacter: Misae[=/=]Mitzi gets this for being [[DomesticAbuser abusive]] her [[AbusiveParents abusive tendencies]]. Sure, Shin is no boy scout, but she reacts to everything he does with the maturity of a 12-year-old. Her hypocritical behavior towards her husband rubs people the wrong way since she would hit him for even glancing at another woman, and yet she would do anything to get the attention of a handsome man.


** The [[UsefulNotes/{{Philippines}} Filipino]] Dub with the main character voiced by the {{Dirty Rap}}per Music/AndrewE is well-known among Filipinos who grew up in the 2000s. Shin-chan [[VocalDissonance voiced by an adult man]] could have been WTHCastingAgency but it worked so well that a lot of Filipinos who grew up watching the dub consider it {{SugarWiki/super|lativeDubbing}}ior over the original Japanese, not only because of the voice acting but also because of the CulturalTranslation and EarWorm AlternativeForeignThemeSong.



** If Ai is included, so does Penny. After she TookALevelInJerkass, she develops a HairTriggerTemper and became bullying towards the gang (particularly Masao), mostly forcing them into playing "Extremely Real Tea Party" with her in a normal day. She's also this in-universe, where even Shin Chan sometimes scared of her.

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** If Ai is included, so does Penny. After she TookALevelInJerkass, she develops a HairTriggerTemper and became bullying towards the gang (particularly Masao), mostly forcing them into playing "Extremely Real Tea Party" with her in a normal day. She's also this in-universe, where even Shin Chan is sometimes scared of her.


* WhatAnIdiot: [[Has its own page. WhatAnIdiot/CrayonShinChan]]

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* WhatAnIdiot: [[Has [[WhatAnIdiot/CrayonShinChan Has its own page. WhatAnIdiot/CrayonShinChan]]page.]]


* WhatAnIdiot: Shin Chan + Lighter + Gas Leak = Home blown to Kingdom Come. And that's just an example of about half the stupid things Shin does most of the time.

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* WhatAnIdiot: Shin Chan + Lighter + Gas Leak = Home blown to Kingdom Come. And that's just an example of about half the stupid things Shin does most of the time.[[Has its own page. WhatAnIdiot/CrayonShinChan]]


* NeverLiveItDown: If you live outside these countries (such as Spain) and its native Japan where the series is popular there, good luck finding anyone who finds Misae's domestic abuse treatment towards Horoshi justified.

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* NeverLiveItDown: If you live outside these countries (such as Spain) and its native Japan where the series is popular there, popular, good luck finding anyone who finds Misae's domestic abuse treatment towards Horoshi justified.


* NeverLiveItDown: If you live outside these countries (such as Spain) and its Native Japan where the series is popular there, good luck finding anyone who finds Misae's domestic abuse treatment towards Horoshi justifying.

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* NeverLiveItDown: If you live outside these countries (such as Spain) and its Native native Japan where the series is popular there, good luck finding anyone who finds Misae's domestic abuse treatment towards Horoshi justifying.justified.

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* NeverLiveItDown: If you live outside these countries (such as Spain) and its Native Japan where the series is popular there, good luck finding anyone who finds Misae's domestic abuse treatment towards Horoshi justifying.


** Misae/Mitzi constantly hitting Shin is not all that unjustified, seeing how much of a troublemaker he can be, but it can still make her come off as an AbusiveParent to western audiences. In Japan, however, hitting children is actually a common form of discipline as long as there's a good reason for it. The Vitello dub from the 90's softens Mitzi's discipline to where she gives Shin 'noogies' instead of hitting him.

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** Misae/Mitzi constantly hitting Shin is not all that unjustified, seeing how much of a troublemaker he can be, but it can still make her come off as an AbusiveParent to western audiences. In Japan, however, hitting children is actually a common form of discipline as long as there's a good reason for it. The Vitello dub from the 90's softens Mitzi's discipline to where she gives Shin 'noogies' instead of hitting him.


* BaseBreakingCharacter: Misae/Mitzi gets this for being [[DomesticAbuser abusive]] [[AbusiveParents tendencies]]. Sure, Shin is no boy scout, but she reacts to everything he does with the maturity of a 12-year-old. Her hypocritical behavior towards her husband rubs people the wrong way since she would hit him for even glancing at another woman, and yet she would do anything to get the attention of a handsome man.

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* BaseBreakingCharacter: Misae/Mitzi Misae[=/=]Mitzi gets this for being [[DomesticAbuser abusive]] [[AbusiveParents tendencies]]. Sure, Shin is no boy scout, but she reacts to everything he does with the maturity of a 12-year-old. Her hypocritical behavior towards her husband rubs people the wrong way since she would hit him for even glancing at another woman, and yet she would do anything to get the attention of a handsome man.



* JerkassWoobie: Misae[=/=]Mitzi. She's incredibly strict, highly prone to anger, and frequently hits both her husband and son. However, given how much hell she's put through, often given very little sympathy, it's safe to say her life sucks.



** If Ai is included, so does Penny. After she TookALevelInJerkass, she develops a HairTriggerTemper and became bullying towards the gang (particularly Masao),mostly forcing them into playing "Extremely Real Tea Party" with her in a normal day. She's also this in-universe, where even Shin Chan sometimes scared of her.

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** If Ai is included, so does Penny. After she TookALevelInJerkass, she develops a HairTriggerTemper and became bullying towards the gang (particularly Masao),mostly Masao), mostly forcing them into playing "Extremely Real Tea Party" with her in a normal day. She's also this in-universe, where even Shin Chan sometimes scared of her.


* AmericansHateTingle: The anime and manga series are ''beloved'' Spain, its native Japan, and most of Asia in general. However, reception in Europe and North America have been mixed-to-negative, with the crude art style and equally crude humor turning off a lot of people. Even worse by having been around since [[LongRunner 1990]].

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* AmericansHateTingle: The anime and manga series are ''beloved'' in Spain, its native Japan, and most of Asia in general. However, reception in Europe and North America have been mixed-to-negative, with the crude art style and equally crude humor turning off a lot of people. Even worse by having been around since [[LongRunner 1990]].


* AdaptationDisplacement: How many people knew that it was actually a manga?
* AmericansHateTingle: Western audiences (with the exception of Spain) aren't too fond of the series, with the crude art style and raunchy humor turning off a lot of people. Even worse by having been around since [[LongRunner 1990]].

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* AdaptationDisplacement: How many people knew that it was actually originally a manga?
* AmericansHateTingle: Western audiences (with the exception The anime and manga series are ''beloved'' Spain, its native Japan, and most of Spain) aren't too fond of the series, Asia in general. However, reception in Europe and North America have been mixed-to-negative, with the crude art style and raunchy equally crude humor turning off a lot of people. Even worse by having been around since [[LongRunner 1990]].



* CultClassic: The anime isn't all too well-known in America, but it still managed to build up a fairly decent fanbase.

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* CultClassic: The anime isn't all too well-known in America, America (the manga series even moreso, to the point of AdaptationDisplacement), but it still managed to build up a fairly decent fanbase.



** Ai, who manages to combine RoyalBrat, AbhorrentAdmirer ''(to Shin)'' and KarmaHoudini ''(nobody ever calls her out on her condescending behaviour)'' into one annoying character when she's seen. May have been intentional though, as nobody in-universe really seems to like her ether (save for poor [[TheWoobie Masao]], who has a crush on her but is often treated like the dirt under her fingernails whenever they interact).

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** Ai, who manages to combine RoyalBrat, AbhorrentAdmirer ''(to Shin)'' and KarmaHoudini ''(nobody ever calls her out on her condescending behaviour)'' into one annoying character when she's seen. May have been intentional though, as nobody in-universe really seems to like likes her ether either (save for poor [[TheWoobie Masao]], who has a crush on her but is often treated like the dirt under her fingernails whenever they interact).



* {{Squick}}: Are the closeups of Shin-Chan's and the Kappa's genitalia really necessary?

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* {{Squick}}: {{Squick}}:
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Are the closeups of Shin-Chan's and the Kappa's genitalia really necessary?necessary?
** The sheer amount of ToiletHumor can get nauseating after a while.

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* SacredCow: Good luck finding a person who hates the series, especially if you live in Spain, Japan, and other Asian countries such as Taiwan and Indonesia.


* AudienceAlienatingPremise: To western audiences at least (with the exception of Spain), with the crude art style and raunchy humor turning off a lot of people. Even worse by having been around since [[LongRunner 1990]].

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* AudienceAlienatingPremise: To western AmericansHateTingle: Western audiences at least (with the exception of Spain), Spain) aren't too fond of the series, with the crude art style and raunchy humor turning off a lot of people. Even worse by having been around since [[LongRunner 1990]].


** Misae/Mitzi constantly hitting Shin is not all that unjustified, seeing how much of a troublemaker he can be, but it can still make her come off as an AbusiveParent to western audiences. In Japan, however, hitting children is actually a common form of discipline as long as there's a good reason for it.

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** Misae/Mitzi constantly hitting Shin is not all that unjustified, seeing how much of a troublemaker he can be, but it can still make her come off as an AbusiveParent to western audiences. In Japan, however, hitting children is actually a common form of discipline as long as there's a good reason for it. The Vitello dub from the 90's softens Mitzi's discipline to where she gives Shin 'noogies' instead of hitting him.


** The series is also popular enough in Korea (they, instead, call Shin-chan as "Jangoo") to even had the movies dubbed and a line of snacks sold in stores.

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** The series is also popular enough in Korea (they, instead, call Shin-chan as "Jangoo") to even had the movies dubbed and a line of snacks sold in stores.

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