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I don't think Emily Dickinson's poem fits in this trope. She's trying to say that she gets drunk on…air? Dew? some kind of spirituality? Whatever it is, it's not alcohol and doesn't involve parties. The lady, as I recall, was a complete recluse and hid all her poems in her desk drawer.
Zero Context Example. Does anyone know why/which character makes this an example?
Emily Dickinson is also a ZCE with an embedded link -that leads to a poem. (!?)
Oh look, another changed trope title. Apparently, Bottle Fairy was too hard to remember. I don't understand how she can't be The Alcoholic if she's female...can someone explain that to me?
^ It was renamed because Bottle Fairy was unclear (could easily be confused for a literal bottled fairy or the anime, Bottle Fairy) and was getting misuse for any girl that drank alcohol regardless whether she fit the description. Anyway, The Alcoholic only requires heavy drinking, Hard-Drinking Party Girl requires more than that, such as an exuberant personalty and being a party animal.
Okay, thank you.
kitsune in love hina and mutsumi too!!!!
I imagine that a lot of people come in thinking it means the Exactly What It Says on the Tin meaning seen in The Legend Of Zelda. Is there a trope namer for this? If not, might there be a better name?
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