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YMMV / The Girl Who Never Made Mistakes

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  • Esoteric Happy Ending: Sure Beatrice was happy, but other than that, the ending doesn't seem as happy as it should be, because she went from being a celebrity and a prodigy to just a normal person.
  • Fridge Horror: Beatrice's shift from whizz kid who never makes mistakes, to normal mistake-making person would imply that:
    • In the past, she has never tripped, bumped into things, stubbed her toe, etc., so now that she's started making mistakes, those minor injuries might feel very painful to her because she isn't used to them.
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    • In the past, she would learn things instantly after being told/shown how to do them (because trial and error wouldn't exist for her). Now that she makes mistakes now, she might have to start learning things the normal way, which would be frustrating for someone who's never made mistakes before.


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