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Sometimes many of her friends were boys, or are from rough, unhappy, flawed backgrounds.

Also note that The Lad-ette in fiction not uncommonly winds up dropping her lifestyle in favour of something more conventional.

If you tell him you don’t give a sh*t about him, if he’s from the egotistical stable, he’s likely to want to prove you wrong.

If you appear to have moved on or seem like you might be getting over him, he’ll probably get back in touch.

Even when you don’t have to get medieval on him and cut contact, I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it a million times again, this whole staying in touch and trying to be friends after you’ve broken up is BS – just ask the millions of women out there that are secretly hoping for him to suddenly see them for the great women they are so they can have their fairy tale ending, who actually in effect end up being used for a shag and/or an ego stroke.

But…women, especially Fallback Girls and assclown lovers are obsessed with the big question: Will he try to get in contact with me?

A Gender Bender plot (especially via a "Freaky Friday" Flip) can often result in a girl with a masculine personality who acts much like a Lad-ette.

Contrast with Yamato Nadeshiko and Proper Lady; two ideals of feminine beauty (Eastern Asia and Western Europe, respectively.) Also contrast with the Iron Lady, a similarly masculine woman with a very different personality.

If that hot girl is acting like a guy because she's not 100% girl, it's a case of Everybody Wants the Hermaphrodite.If he does try, it’s probably for an ego stroke or a shag, or to put himself back in the driving seat…and then disappear.If you got down on your knees and held on to his feet begging him to stay, he’ll probably get in touch for a shag and an ego stroke.It is difficult to tell whether this is Truth in Television or not, given how relatively recent the character type is, but there is probably at least an element of wishful thinking at play.Compare and contrast with other tropes about women who look/behave in a traditionally "masculine" way: the Tomboy (she might have been one when young); Bifauxnen (where the girl can effectively pass as a male - though ironically while lacking most of the 'masculine' behaviour of the Ladette); her ancestor, the Pirate Girl; and her great-grandmother, who shares some of her mannerisms and points of view, but retains a more feminine image: The Flapper.

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