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Anime characters are becoming more and more prevalent in pop culture, and one of the most popular is the shy girl (or guy) who snaps when provoked—known as a "kuudere".
or dry wit. The appeal is their bluntness and directness, in contrast to shy reserve or boisterous rowdiness. If playing a Love Interest, either the other partner will be the source of Will They or Won't They?, or they'll skip that and the focus will be on the drama that comes after they admit They Do. Occasionally this is a trait of a more exaggerated character, the Emotionless Girl. Our page picture, Teen Titans' Raven, is an example of this variation.Kuudere is a fictional Japanese character archetype. It exists in popular Japanese media like manga, anime, film, and video games. A typical kuudere is blunt, cynical, and stoic at all times. They would refuse to talk with their peers. Any insignificant events around them won’t matter to them. They would also misunderstand shallow jokes. They may keep their kindness hidden, as they consider it to be a weakness. Characters and fans would see them with little to no emotions at all, but their true emotions lie deep under their unmovable facade. They truly care for their love interest or friends despite their cold exterior.
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