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If you always test the same sized square, you will be able to check the percentage of shrinkage. In " Freak City ," he spends most of the episode trying to convince Finn to remain a "good-smelling" foot, and uncharacteristically tells Finn to give up hope. This behavior is somewhat explained later by his confession that he kind of always wanted to be a foot.
At times, Jake is shown to have somewhat of a dark side. Throughout the series, Jake makes some questionable comments and actions that come off as evil or selfish, such as in the episode " My Two Favorite People ," when he laughs evilly. Furthermore, in " Susan Strong ," he says "We can rule them like gods.
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Angry gods. In " Morituri Te Salutamus ," Jake shouts at the cute animals to go away after saving them. Jake has a tendency to steal items without realizing what he is doing, as seen in the episodes " The Witch's Garden " and " City of Thieves. In the episode " Hot to the Touch ," when Finn and Jake are flying in the robot suits Neptr made, Jake says "I feel like I could touch the heavens and sock angels.
Jake is generally easy-going, but certain things have been known to set him off.
In " Goliad ," Jake yelled and barked at the children when they would not calm down. He is also shown to take some games very seriously, such as Card Wars and Kompy's Kastle.
Jake is not afraid of death as shown in " The New Frontier. It is possible that Jake has a particular phobia of intruders, and or interlopers. As in the episodes: " Conquest of Cuteness ," " Evicted! This could imply that he is not a natural guard dog, either by nature or by nurture; despite his career path of adventuring, perhaps preferring the up-front adversity. He is a firm believer in fate and destiny. He is also not very willing to do things that require effort sometimes as shown in "The Witch's Garden" when he is unwilling to run and save Finn from Gary.
His lack of effort is also shown in " Who Would Win " when he states that he would rather play Kompy's Kastle than train. Jake's firm belief in determinism is underpinned, or at least is indicative, of a possible commitment to the philosophical creed of stoicism. In the episode " Puhoy " Jake consoles Finn's love induced melancholy by suggesting he 'focus on what's real' as opposed to "getting all hung up on imaginary problems.
This is a direct reference to the third aphorism of stoic philosopher Epictetus' Enchiridion AD , which in turn may be the influence on the Enchiridion that was destroyed by the Lich. However, later that episode he fishes the cup out so his belief in determinism is somewhat inconsistent. Jake also seems to like boots, as seen in "City of Thieves" Jake steals boots from a store, and also in "Incendium" when he goes out to find Finn a new love interest, he puts on a pair of boots, meaning that Jake likes wearing boots sometimes.
He has also been known to have a great love for sandwiches as seen in " Jake the Dog ," "The Limit," and "Dungeon. In the debut of the series, Jake was said to be 28 years old in "magical dog years," although at the time, it wasn't specified how old that is in human years.
In " Dad's Dungeon " and " Jake the Dad " he and Finn are seen as babies at the same, meaning that he ages at a faster rate than humans, but a slower rate than dogs do normally. However, this may just be an error. In " Memory of a Memory " in Finn's memories Finn is seen as a baby and pictures on the wall show Jake and Jermaine as older kids hinting that Jake may be older than Finn in human years. His current biological age is 34, as stated by Steve Wolfhard in the Conversation Parade podcast,  meaning that at some point his aging slowed down from when he was a puppy.
Jake says in " Daddy-Daughter Card Wars " that he's lost track of how old he is, but thinks he might be almost Jake's subconscious is the subconscious manifestation of Jake that appears in the episode " The Witch's Garden. Jake's subconscious then appears before Jake and also tells him that it is too hard to cross the river and that Jake should simply wear a hat instead.
This suggests that Jake's subconscious has a personality similar to Jake's.
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He later appears when Jake is making his appeal to the Witch in order to get his powers back. When Jake refuses to give in to the Witch's humiliating demands, Jake's subconscious tells Jake that he is the subconscious form of Jake's old magical self, and is, therefore, beginning to die. This makes Jake start to cry and apologize. The Witch is thoroughly happy with Jake's sorrow and decides to take pity on him.
She returns his powers and subsequently restores the vitality of his subconscious self. Jake and his subconscious then leave the Witch's garden in laughter after Jake takes away the Witch's cane, rendering her powerless. Although Jake's subconscious is translucent and merely Jake's subconscious, he is still solid as when Jake cried over his dying body, tears ran off to his sides.
This also means that Jake's subconscious can affect the material plane, as shown when he passes the hat to Jake; he also blames his subconscious for somehow getting a donut, so it could've been that his subconscious actually went and brought it to Jake. It can be assumed that only magical beings can see Jake's subconscious because while Jake was having a vibrant conversation with his subconscious, Finn tells him to "stop talking to yourself! The Conductor is the main antagonist in " Mystery Train.
- Gut it Out Shirt by Jake Diekman (2017 Red & Blue).
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- Finding Mr. Right (Mills & Boon Kimani) (Kimani Romance).
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- Initiation (Chronicles of a Courtesan Book 2).
Not until all other suspects are dead is he actually suspected of murdering all the candy people, because according to Finn, "It's never the creepy guy who's the murderer. After a short one-on-one battle in the train's control room, he is revealed to be Jake in disguise-via pink and blue paint and his stretchy powers. The paint may be some sort of liquid candy since Jake licked it off of himself after he revealed himself. Magic Fist is the disguise Finn and Jake wore in " Wizard Battle " in order to be eligible to compete.
Since Jake cannot see while his head is inside the cloak, Finn tells Jake where to attack with clock position code. Even though Jake was not the Gut Grinder , he believed himself to be the Gut Grinder so much he became one. And throughout the episode, the scared townspeople thought Jake was the Gut Grinder. The Gut Grinder was actually Sharon the mayor 's wife. Jake pretended that he was of royal blood to court Flame Princess for Finn, but later on, discovers that Flame Princess is evil.
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In the episode " The Creeps ," Jake wears a tall top hat with a green mask along with a purple cape with a tuxedo and a bow tie. He also wears black shoes. Jake shows a lack of appreciation for his alias when he throws the card on the ground. When he turned back to normal Jake, he was at Promcoming and he fell on the antidote that Finn brought. He is pink and his face looks the same.