Patricia Caulfield

Alias Patty
Gender Female
Age 16-17
Status Alive
Height 170cm
Professional Status
Occupation Student
Class 2-4
Club Karate Club
Personal Status
Friends Keisuke Tsuji (Boyfriend)
Manga Chapter 9
Anime Episode
Voice Actors
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Patricia Caulfield is a character in Tsurezure Children. She is a student in class 2-4 and is in the karate club.


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Patricia at the beach

Patricia is an american and has shoulder length blond hair with light-blue eyes. She is often seen wearing a red headband. She has a curvy figure and the other girls in her grade say that she has a really big chest.

At the beach she wore a two piece bikini with a bow in the front.


Patricia is a cheerful and active girl who enjoys helping other couples with their relationships. She is a little tomboyish due to the fact that she made Keisuke switch with her so that she could play boy's soccer during sports day.

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Patricia not liking physical intimacy

Patricia doesn't like getting physical with her boyfriend and only lets Keisuke hug her. She either gets gets angry or blankly stares at him whenever he brings up anything of that sort.

She seems to be athletic since she played soccer with the boys during sports day and even scored a goal.

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Patricia scoring a goal


Patricia is an American exchange student.


Keisuke Tsuji: Edit

Keisuke is Patricia's boyfriend. She may have been interested in him because he is really good at English. Although Keisuke is sort of a pervert, he doesn't initiate or do anything because Patricia doesn't think that physical intimacy is appropriate. However, she lets him hug her since hugging is more of a greeting in western culture. They genuinely love each other and Keisuke is studying hard so that he can study abroad with Patricia when they graduate high school.


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    Patricia saying her trademark word: "sushi".

    Her trademark word is "sushi" ("I sushi you"). Patricia says it often, and even some of her classmates say it even though they don't really know what it means. She says that it is totally different from the word "like" which confuses people since everyone thinks that it means that. However, she told Youichi Kirihara that it actually means "love".
  • She wants to try sumo wrestling.
  • She studied a ton during middle school so that she could go to Japan.
  • Since she's a westerner Patricia calls everyone by their first names.

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