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What does M.S.M. stand for? I understand that "M.S." stands for Mary Sue, but what about the second M?
I just wanted to ask...Why is the self demonstrating Report Siht a male? "This Troper" comes in all genders. At the very least, I expected them to be female. Because, you know, Mary-Sue.
wouldn't Peanut and his character Spot (superdog) from Housepets fall under this? since Spot (superdog) is quite the Mary Sue, Grape even accuses Peanut of his character being so whilst they're using Tarot's psychic abilities to Roleplay in a method akin to virtual reality
Could Caboose from Red vs. Blue and all the versions of the other characters in his head be qualified for this trope?
Hey, didn't there used to be a panel from FoxTrot on this page? What happened to it? Maybe I'm thinking of something else...
The self demonstration sucked so bad it hurt my eyes, although I assume that was the point.
Also the "This Troper" backwards was hilarious, I have a feeling the person that wrote that didn't read the article that stated that most people can read words fairly easily if 1. the first and last letter are in the right place 2. that their is the right amount of the right letters and no wrong letters. This results in the first name of the sue in question being read in a fairly strait forward way, its a relatively common word spelled properly "Report". Reading the last name however, while easy, leads to thinking of something that people with manners probably wouldn't admit to thinking about, at least without being asked.
Wait, how is this not a perfectly valid trope?
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How well does it match the trope?