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Sonichu and Rosechu's children
Cerah Rosey (also spelled "Cera"), Christine Rosey and Robbie Sonee are the children of Sonichu and Rosechu. Cerah is the oldest (born 29 June 2006, followed by Christine (b. 7 October 2006), and finally Robbie (b. 26 February 2007).
It is probable that Cerah is named after Chris's childhood best friend and Robbie is named after either Chris's father or his childhood hero. Christine's name may come from the feminine variant of Christian's name (due to his narcissism) or his obsession with the name "Crystal". It should be noted that while Chris was uploading images to use as thumbnails for his character bio pages, he attempted to display a non-existent image file entitled "CrystalRosey.jpg" where a drawing of Christine should have gone.
They are identified by their whiny, high-pitched voices and irritating speech impediments. It is notable that to date Sonichu or Rosechu have not been seen spending time with a child of the opposite gender. Rosechu spends large amounts of time with Cera and Christine in the kitchen, while Sonichu and Robbie do manly activities such as gazing into each others' eyes and talking about their Wii.
The little shits end almost every statement with "Yay!" It should be noted that this is how Chris talks, not how children talk. They are also known for their creepy, blank expressions and soul-less eyes.
The children are widely hated by everybody, even more so than the other characters.
The kids' first prominent appearance is in the sign Chris drew to show his support for McIntire Park. They've also been seen in two pages of Sonichu #9, as well as getting a quick mention on page 41 of the same issue. They spend the rest of their time being watched over by their Spanish lesbian nanny, Heather Iglesias, while their neglectful parents waste time trying to assist their hideous father in his quest for balls.
The hellish abominations spawned from Rosechu's loins have also appeared in "A Sonichu and Rosechu Christmas Story", and in Sonichu #11. Here we learn that Christine is no longer a virgin, and Robbie replaces his R's with W's while speaking in an effort to be as saccharine and grating as possible. However, this could be interpreted as a way of Chris trying to pass of the extremely complex dialogue Robbie has as something a child would say, you know, because he's making malapropisms like those melon-headed kids in the funnies. Cera (formerly Cerah) breaks the fourth wall to say "I wuv you!" to Chris.
Robbie makes a brief appearance in Sonichu #10, describing an incident which involved him pissing on a lizard. Needless to say, cruelty to animals is one of the early signs of a potential psychopath.
The children also appear in Chris's disingenuous plea for helping Haiti.
Christine is a "Shining" (or "Shiney" [sic]) Rosey according to Chris. Unsurprisingly, Chris has, yet again, ripped off an element of Pokémon canon (in the games, a Pokémon that has a different coloration from what is usual for its species is considered to be "shiny").
However, like Chris, they seem to have devolved into something much more disturbing: Robbie has changed his name to "Robee" and has become a tomgirl (or the Electric Hedgehog Pokémon equivalent: Sonirose?) while Cera has become a tomboy. The band name makes little sense, since it implies Cerah and Christine are tomgirls, or feminine boys. If this is to be believed, however, it would not be the first time Chris has created a transsexual character that appeared female.
The children of Sonichu and Rosechu are also a popular subject for fanart. In August 2009, a large volume of art depicting Sonichu and Rosechu's frolicking children was emailed to Chris. He did not appreciate it, for some odd reason. Ironically, in a later comic, he all but confirmed this art as canon with the implication that Christine is not a virgin.
- Sonichu#Married Life and Children
- Katie Bay E-mails 4
- Katie Bay E-mails 6
- Sonee & Rosey
- CWC Update 12 August 2009, in which Chris addresses the former.
- A Sonichu Day
- "A Sonichu and Rosechu Christmas Story"
- Robee Sonee and the Tomgirls
- Wikipedia article on The Lurking Fear