Tsukkomi

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Tsukkomu Lucky Star.jpg
An example of tsukkomi in Lucky Star
Base Info
Moe Point Tsukkomi (ツッコミ)
Moe Point Synonyms straight man
Type Personality class

Tsukkomi (Japanese: み, ツッコミ) is a personality type and a moe point in ACG subculture.

Introduction

"Tsukkomi" in Japanese means "to rush into". in Japanese media (especially in manga), it means "sudden encounter" and "deeply inserting words", etc.[1], which is roughly equivalent to "doubt" in cross talk. ("Is this fair?") and "vomit" ("Okay—not so good!") Two types.

In Chinese, the term for tsukkomi is Tucao (吐槽, Tǔ cáo), Taiwan uses the Hokkien "黜臭" (Hokkien vernacular character: thuh-chhàu) to translate this Japanese word, and the pronunciation of "黜臭" in Hokkien is similar to the standard Chinese "Tucao". However, the closest colloquial words to the meaning of "Tucao" should be said to be "lifting the bar", "turning off the old bottom", "dismantling the platform" and so on.

With more and more applications in ACG, it has become one of ACG terms. A cute girl who has the attributes of Tsukkomi can be called a tsukkomi. The role of tsukkomi in the work is called Tucao.

In ACG's works, most of the characters who take on the role of tsukkomi are those who have more common sense in character, or the subject itself is more silly than the tsukkomi, so that the remaining relatively normal one becomes the tsukkomi

In addition, the role of a tsukkomi has the effect of "covering up the irrationality of the plot". The characters in the plot are arranged to spit out these unreasonable places, so that the audience has nothing to say and the plan is clear.

Characters with this moe point

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This list only uses classical characters associated with this moe attribute as examples.
If you wish to add another character with this attribute, please refer to this category: Category:Tsukkomi.
Please do not add an excessive number of characters to this list.


  • Kyon (Haruhi Suzumiya series)
  • Kagura, Shinpachi Shimura, Gintoki Sakata (Gintama)
  • Haruhi Fujioka (Ouran High School Host Club)
  • Kagami Hiiragi (Lucky Star)
  • Sakuya Aizawa (Hayate the Combat Butler)
  • Chika Itou (Ichigo Mashimaro)
  • Yuuko Aioi (Nichijou)
  • Shiho Miyano (Detective Conan)
  • Kaname Chidori (Full Metal Panic!)
  • Tsumugi Shirogane (Danganronpa V3)
  • Kaori Misaka (Kanon)
  • Kyou Fujibayashi (CLANNAD)
  • Takeru Amado (Etotama)
  • Riki Naoe (Little Busters!)
  • Takatoshi Tsuda, Nozomi Mori, Suzu Hagimuchi (Seitokai Yakuin Domo)
  • Hachiman Hikigaya (My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU)
  • Tenten (Rock Lee & His Ninja Pals)
  • Yang Jinghua (Spiritpact)
  • Nameless Male Protagonist (One Hundred Thousand Bad Jokes)
  • Sorata Kanda (Sakurasou no Pet na Kanojo)
  • Tanukichi Okuma (Shimoneta)
  • Mahiro Yasaka (Haiyore! Nyaruko-san)
  • Yui Funami (YuruYuri)
  • Yui Ichii (Yuyushiki)
  • Yuuta Togashi (Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions)
  • Saiki Kusuo (The Disastrous Life of Saiki K.)
  • Kousaku Hata (No-Rin)
  • Tomoya Aki (Saikano: How to Raise s Boring Girlfriend)
  • Kanade Amakusa (Noucome: My Mental Choices are Completely Interfering With My School Romantic Comedy)
  • Illyasviel von Einzberg (Fate/kaleid liner PRISMA☆ILLYA)
  • Liliya Olenyeva (Honkai Impact 3)
  • Yuu Ishigami (Kaguya-sama: Love is War)
  • Kratos, Mímir (God of War)
  • Protagonist (Humanity Has Declined)
  • Protagonist (The Tatami Galaxy)
  • Aruto Hiden (Kamen Rider Zero-One) As a comedian, he doesn't use humor, but he is full of tsukkomi talent.

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