Tuesday, 31 December 2019

In Japanese, tehe pero てへぺろ is a silly pose that basically means "oops!"

There are many variations of the pose, but it's generally used when a character cute girl does something wrong, a mischief, so they giggle a "tee hee" and put their "tongues" out in a silly expression.

This gesture is often accompanied by placing one hand behind the head, like to say sorry, or using the hand to strike a pose, like with a peace sign, with one eye close, as if they're about to take a photo or something like that.

Lilith リリス striking a  tehe pero てへぺろ pose.
Character: Lilith リリス
Anime: Machikado Mazoku まちカドまぞく (Episode 8)

It's also spelled terepero テヘペロ, tehe pero with star てへぺろ☆, and, in English, "teehee pero."
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