Imaginary Friend: Los Chimichangos to Skippyjon Jones

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Replica Designer Handbags Skippyjon Jones follows the adventures of a Siamese cat who thinks he’s a Chihuahua. Whenever he’s not with his mother and siblings, he hides in the closet and hang outs with an imaginary group of chihuahuas and goes on crazy adventures with them. Justified, since they’re Skippyjon’s Imaginary Friends. Art Shift: Whenever Skippyjon takes a glimpse at mirror, his reflection is substituted with a picture of an actual Chihuahua. Awesome McCoolname: Skippyjon Jones and his alter ego, El Skippito Friskito. Big Eaters: Los Chimichangos. Cloud Cuckoolander/Mr. Imagination: Skippyjon Jones is defiantly this. He refuses to act like a proper cat, much a dismay to Junebug. Oh, and his crazy adventures with the Los Chimichangos are all imaginary. Continuity Nod: Remember the first villain of the series, El Blimpo Bumblebeeto Bandito? Well, he, an ordinary pi can be found in Skippy’s closet in In The Doghouse. Does This Remind You of Anything?: In Class Action, Mama Junebug tells her son that he can’t go to school because it’s for dogs. Segregation much? Fractured Fairy Tale: Snow What. Gratuitous Spanish: The books use Spanish words a lot, as the series intended to teach basic Spanish. Imaginary Friend: Los Chimichangos to Skippyjon Jones. Large Ham: Skippy. The Finx also counts. Limited Wardrobe: Zig zagged. While Skippito wears the same mask and cape, he wears them differently in each book (for example, sometimes he wears the mask like pants, and sometimes he’ll wear the cape like a kerchief). Moral Guardian: In Mummy Trouble, Junebug declares that the National Geographic Society magazine about the curse of the cat mummy is “taboo”. Mundane Made Awesome: Closets have never been so adventurous. Nothing Is Scarier: In Mummy Trouble, we never get to see what King Rootin Tootin Kitten Kabootin looked like coming out of his sarcophagus due to Skippito running out of the tomb for his life. Oh, Crap!: Skippito’s reaction upon meeting any antagonist. Pun: “ACHOO PICHU!” Rhymes on a Dime: The books do this quite frequently. Riddling Sphinx: There’s an Egyptian Sphinx parody called The Finx in Mummy Trouble. Running Gag: ‘ ito’ being added to certain words (sound effects, exclamations, et cetra.). Space Episode: Lost in Spice. Those Two Guys: Poquito Tito and Don Diego. Too Dumb to Live: Averted. Skippito is too scared to do anything no sane person would do. Not that Los Chimichangos care. Trademark Favorite Food: Skippyjon loves mice and beans Replica Designer Handbags.

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