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    Baby Jenny
    Gender: Female
    Type: Annoying Crybaby
    The Vietnamese Equivalent of George Pig, Baby Alexander and Duggly Baby
    Age: Unknown (possibly 1 or 2)
    Species: Wolf
    Status: Alive
    Media of origin: Wolfoo

    Baby Jenny is one of the five main characters and family in the infamous YouTube Kids Vietnamese cartoon Wolfoo. She is portrayed as a big crybaby that cries all the time for no reason. She is the baby cousin Wolfoo and Lucy and the niece of Mommy and Daddy Wolf.

    Why She's (Intentionally?) the Biggest Crybaby That We Have Ever Seen

    1. She is portrayed as an unlikeable, annoying, mean, bratty, and disgusting baby and a possibly more infamous character than George Pig and Baby Alexander.
    2. The main problem about this character is that she cries every time for no exact reason at all, like George Pig and Baby Alexander.
    3. Like most of the other Wolfoo characters, her design looks like it was stolen from Peppa Pig.
    4. In "First Day of School", Lucy takes her to school that was made out of cardboard in the night. Isn't she supposed to be in daycare instead of school?
    5. In "Pop It Costume", she bites Lucy's Pop-It costume, making it ripped and made her cry; Mommy Wolf could have punished her.
    6. Her crying will most likely get on your last nerve.
    7. She is obviously a massive vomiting baby; she vomits on Wolfoo, Lucy or any character. Does that sound familiar?

    Redeeming Qualities

    1. Her design looks cute, despite WSTBCTWHES#3.
    2. While she is unlikable, she can be sometimes likeable.
    3. She rarely gets comeuppance for bad things.


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