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A type of walk where the character swings their arms back and forth while skipping. This is a visual clue of that the character is young or immature. Characters that walk like this are most likely a Cheerful Child or a Genki Girl. If it is not the character’s default walk it is sign of joyousness. Almost always done exclusively by females. Bonus points for whistling while doing this.

Related to Girly Run.

Examples of Skip of Innocence include:


Comic Books

  • The Smurfs: The Smurfette often does this when she joyfully has a walk in the forest, in various albums of the series.

Film

  • The Wizard of Oz: Dorothy, the Tin Man, Scarecrow and the Cowardly Lion.
  • In the film of Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, Luna skips. This is never mentioned in the books, but it fits her character perfectly.
  • Buddy does this in Elf.

Literature

Live Action Television

  • Doctor Who: The little girl in "Remembrance of the Daleks" skips around town when she's not plugged into the Dalek battle computer. She's not exactly "innocent", though.

Video Games

Western Animation

  • My Little Pony Friendship Is Magic: Pinkie Pie skips more often than she walks. Though without the arm-swinging as she doesn't really have any. Given that she is a quadruped, the way she skips looks like bouncing.
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