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|“||You know, I'm noticing a complete lack of balls in this room. No soccer balls, no footballs, no baseballs, no balls.||„|
|~ Lynn Loud.|
|“||I finally figured out that if I acted tough, people would stop messing with me, and since it worked for me, I thought it could help protect you guys too.||„|
|~ Lynn talks about her past where she was been picked on by students until she become tough so people later become friends with her and showed to Lincoln and Clyde to act tough and strong so that they can’t get into the same troubles like she did in her past.|
Lynn L. Loud, Jr. is one of the main characters of the Nickelodeon's popular cartoon series The Loud House and a supporting character in an upcoming 2021 movie. Lynn is the fifth oldest sister (fourteen years old), and shares her room with her polar opposite sister, Lucy.
Lynn is a sporty tomboy and participates in all of the sports teams in her school. She even has a bad habit of turning every household item into sporting goods (like a broom into a hockey stick). She sometimes likes to pick on her brother, Lincoln, by hitting him when spotting a car on a road trip, or putting him in the old Dutch Oven when they sleep in the same bed together, but that doesn't mean she doesn't love him. (Lincoln even gets annoyed when she overstays her welcome in his room.)
Lynn Loud is the fifth biggest and oldest of the Loud child, about 10 to 20% bigger than her roommate Lucy is. Lynn has brown hair that is tied into a ponytail. She wears a white jersey that displays a red one and has red sleeves. Her appearance is similar to a tween, not a teen. Her sleepwear consists of a white tank top and red shorts.
As is to be expected by her personality, Lynn is very competitive. She attempts to turn as many things as possible into games or competitions. At times, this can cause her to be a bit overly aggressive. Still, she is very friendly to others, usually getting along quite well with her siblings (Other than one episode in which she had a bitter fight/feud with Lucy for a while) and strongly believes in good sportsmanship.
Lynn can be somewhat superstitious, believing in certain things being lucky or unlucky as far as sports are concerned, and acting accordingly (i.e. she refuses to go to the bathroom before a big game, on the grounds that doing so is apparently bad luck). Her favorite food is subs.
Lynn may have received her brash ego from when she was bullied in Middle School.
- She and her mirror world counterpart from One of the Boys share their given name. He earned his nickname Boy Lynn so the two of them can be told apart. Mirror World Lynn's jersey displays a 0.
- In fact, one of her animation sprites in Lisa Loud's podcast resembles his artwork, albeit with a baseball helmet.
- Technically, Lynn is the antagonist in the infamous No Such Luck, as she is why Lincoln was banned from his family.
- It, Snow Bored and, Lynn-er Takes all, also show her superstitious personality.
- Her personality is very similar to Princess Daisy from the Mario franchise.
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