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11th Mar '17 9:02:53 PM Pichu-kun
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* In ''Manga/OnePiece'', during one of Boa Hancock's {{Bishonen}}!Luffy daydreams, she imagines Luffy like this with Nami and Robin once he mentions their names.

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one of Boa Hancock's {{Bishonen}}!Luffy daydreams, she imagines Luffy like this with Nami and Robin once he mentions their names.



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* [[Franchise/{{Batman}} Bruce Wayne]] is often seen like this to better promote his RichIdiotWithNoDayJob Playboy persona.

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* [[Franchise/{{Batman}} ''Franchise/{{Batman}}'': Bruce Wayne]] Wayne is often seen like this to better promote his RichIdiotWithNoDayJob Playboy persona.



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* Pietro from ''XMenEvolution'' shows up to a dance with a girl on each arm... And two girls besides them.

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* Pietro from ''XMenEvolution'' ''WesternAnimation/XMenEvolution'' shows up to a dance with a girl on each arm... And two girls besides them.



* Riot from ''WesternAnimation/{{Jem}}'' often does this with Minx and Rapture. They're his bandmates but he only seems romantically interested in Jem.

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* Riot from ''WesternAnimation/{{Jem}}'' often does this with Minx and Rapture. They're his bandmates but he only seems romantically interested Minx and Rapture (such as in Jem.the first music video to "Take It Or Leave It"). Unusually, their relationship is completely platonic. WordOfGod is that there is no attraction between the three.
8th Feb '17 12:12:38 PM AdelePotter
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* ''Series/{{Riverdale}}'': Archie walks into the school dance with Betty on one arm and Veronica on the other. Betty had intended to ask Archie to just take ''her'', with Veronica's support, but chickened out and played it off as asking Archie to go with her ''and'' Veronica "as friends." Veronica played along and claimed that she and Betty "needed an escort," while Betty said they'd be making sure newcomer Veronica wouldn't go to her first dance alone.
3rd Jan '17 7:13:49 PM Basara-kun
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* Rob Python, the Boxing {{Casanova}} of ''VideoGame/BurikiOne'' as seen in [[http://snk.wikia.com/wiki/File:Robpython-promo.jpg this official artwork]].
13th Nov '16 5:41:52 AM foxley
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* ''Film/DeadInTombstone'': When Satan appears on the balcony in the saloon just before Gurerro's murder, he has a girl on each arm. When Gurerro looks back, the girls are there but Satan is gone. When Gurerro is sent back to Earth, Red is sitting in the saloon with a topless prostitute on each arm.
10th Nov '16 11:43:01 PM Morgenthaler
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A common EstablishingCharacterMoment. A man walks into a room, arms intertwined with those of two conventionally attractive ladies, displaying them as trophies to show what a {{Badass}} stud he is. Conversely, the ladies may get on his arms mid-scene just to imply that everything's goin' pimpin'. Very commonly, the women [[NominalImportance won't have names]] (or, if the trope is PlayedForLaughs, the guy simply can't remember their names and refers to them with [[AccidentalMisnaming a wide range of incorrect names]]), nor will they say anything: they're just there to act as props for the male character. If they do get to speak, it'll probably only be to imply that they’re going to have sex with the man later. It is he who decides what they’re going to do and where they're going to go, while the ladies just follow around and agree with everything the stud says. After all, [[MenActWomenAre men are defined by their actions and women by their passiveness]]. "A lady on each leg" is a variant of this trope that takes place when the man is sitting down, with the women at his feet. Or perhaps even one sitting on each knee.

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A common EstablishingCharacterMoment. A man walks into a room, arms intertwined with those of two conventionally attractive ladies, displaying them as trophies to show what a {{Badass}} badass stud he is. Conversely, the ladies may get on his arms mid-scene just to imply that everything's goin' pimpin'. Very commonly, the women [[NominalImportance won't have names]] (or, if the trope is PlayedForLaughs, the guy simply can't remember their names and refers to them with [[AccidentalMisnaming a wide range of incorrect names]]), nor will they say anything: they're just there to act as props for the male character. If they do get to speak, it'll probably only be to imply that they’re going to have sex with the man later. It is he who decides what they’re going to do and where they're going to go, while the ladies just follow around and agree with everything the stud says. After all, [[MenActWomenAre men are defined by their actions and women by their passiveness]]. "A lady on each leg" is a variant of this trope that takes place when the man is sitting down, with the women at his feet. Or perhaps even one sitting on each knee.



* The Music/{{ACDC}} song "TNT" makes a reference to this, along with several other tropes among the {{Badass}} vein.

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* The Music/{{ACDC}} song "TNT" makes a reference to this, along with several other tropes among the {{Badass}} badass vein.
23rd Oct '16 7:25:02 AM JackG
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* The ''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries'' episode "Shore Leave" ends with the revelation that all the strange occurrences have been just illusions; [=McCoy=] appears (having been seemingly killed) with a lady on each arm.



* The ''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries'' episode "Shore Leave" ends with the revelation that all the strange occurrences have been just illusions; [=McCoy=] appears (having been seemingly killed) with a lady on each arm.
23rd Oct '16 7:23:43 AM JackG
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* Inverted when Q turns up on ''Series/StarTrekVoyager''. Tom and Harry are on the holodeck being massaged by a pair of FanserviceExtras. Then Q materialises with the babes vanishing and reappearing in his lap.

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* Inverted when Q turns up on ''Series/StarTrekVoyager''. Tom and Harry are on the holodeck being massaged by a pair of FanserviceExtras.{{Fanservice Extra}}s. Then Q materialises with the babes vanishing and reappearing in his lap.
23rd Oct '16 7:22:54 AM JackG
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** Also on the holodeck in "Alter Ego", the Doctor is shown being kissed by two Polynesian beauties. It's likely not a coincidence that Robert Picardo (who plays the Doctor) directed this episode.
23rd Oct '16 7:18:30 AM JackG
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* Inverted when Q turns up on ''Series/StarTrekVoyager''. Tom and Harry are on the holodeck being massaged by a pair of FanserviceExtras. Then Q materialises with the babes vanishing and reappearing in his lap.
11th Oct '16 2:54:02 PM Morgenthaler
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* Pavi Largo in ''RepoTheGeneticOpera''.

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* Pavi Largo in ''RepoTheGeneticOpera''.''Film/RepoTheGeneticOpera''.
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