Cuteness


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Cuteness

Bambi
adorable deer grows rhapsodically in beautiful forest. [Am. Cinema: Bambi in Disney Films, 53–56]
teddy bear
cuddly commodity named after President Theodore Roosevelt. [Am. Hist.: Frank, 46]
Thumper
Bambi’s huggable rabbit sidekick. [Am. Cinema: Bambi in Disney Films, 53–56]
Allusions—Cultural, Literary, Biblical, and Historical: A Thematic Dictionary. Copyright 2008 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
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He argues that cuteness is an addictive antidote to today's pressured expectations of knowing our purpose, being in charge, and appearing predictable, transparent, and sincere.
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Top it with a cropped sweater for warmth + cuteness.
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Here's how Solomon described one work in the show (a mash-up of pink panties and a teddybear): "In that explicit conversion of eroticism and cuteness, I found basically the definition of perversion." With the word "perversion," Soterios seemed to come out of character.
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Prof David Perrett of St Andrews University asked 90 adults to analyse and rate the cuteness of 200 infant faces and from this identified the 20 features which consistently came up.