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5th Feb '16 9:45:02 AM Morgenthaler
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* [[http://www.stlyrics.com/lyrics/music&lyrics/enteringbootytown.htm "Entering Bootytown"]] by Haley Bennett, from the film ''MusicAndLyrics''
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* [[http://www.stlyrics.com/lyrics/music&lyrics/enteringbootytown.htm "Entering Bootytown"]] by Haley Bennett, from the film ''MusicAndLyrics''''Film/MusicAndLyrics''
31st Jan '16 11:46:22 PM charlie95148
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** Subverted by the 2016 Live TV version. In this adaptation, Sandy is given a backstory in-which her parents have always had a lot of control over her life. This is emphasized by how she lies to them about going to study at her friend's house in-order to secretly go to prom, which her parents would disapprove of since they never let her go to dances. With this backstory in-mind, Sandy's decision to take on a "bad girl" appearance at the end of the show is clearly NOT due to the pressure from her friends to fit in, but instead due to Sandy's newfound confidence to be who she has always felt like she was on the inside, NOT who her parents (or friends, for that matter) want her to be. This is emphasized by Sandy's discussion with Rizzo right before the makeover, where Rizzo makes sure that this is something Sandy wants to do before they go through with it.
24th Jan '16 12:25:32 PM jamespolk
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* In ''Film/JulietOfTheSpirits'', Juliet, a middle-aged wife, has discovered her husband is cheating on her. Distraught, she goes to Bhisma the medium for advice. Bhisma urges Juliet to do just this, saying "Learn to please your husband" and telling her to wear sexy stockings. Juliet is indignant, saying "Whoring—some advice!"
11th Jan '16 6:47:20 PM ChesterPolarbear
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*''Film/{{Caddyshack}}'': Lacey Underall, Judge Smails' [[ReallyGetsAround sexually liberated]] niece put this into practice before she [[ThePornomancer meets and picks up]] Danny Noonan. At the Fourth of July banquet, Danny becomes sexually attracted to Lacey and Maggie [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i8kC6QeQ1CU#t=30m39s informs]] him of her reputation. That only makes Danny [[MyGirlIsASlut grow even more attracted to Lacey]]. Later, when [[ModestyBedsheet he's in bed with Lacey]], Danny [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i8kC6QeQ1CU#t=57m48s tells her]] that she's still free to have sex with [[EvenTheGirlsWantHer other people]].{{NSFW}}
20th Dec '15 11:29:13 AM jamespolk
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%% * "I should've beat her where she beat me, in the sack." ''TheWomen''.
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%% * "I should've beat her where she beat me, in the sack." ''TheWomen''.''Theatre/TheWomen''--this is the lesson good wife Mary learns when slutty Crystal seduces Mary's husband and steals him away.

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%% * "I should've beat her where she beat me, in At the sack.beginning of ''Film/LoveFindsAndyHardy'', Polly is hesitant to let Andy kiss her, saying "Really, l think we're getting much too old for that sort of thing, hugging and kissing." ''TheWomen''.At the end, having been made jealous by Betsy, and with Andy having gone through a serious flirtation with sexy Cynthia, Polly lays a long kiss on Andy.
6th Dec '15 8:05:55 PM Quanyails
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-> ''In ''Film/{{Grease}}'', what did Sandy do to get Danny Zuko? She had to ditch the poodle skirt and slap on a catsuit. In short, she had to dress like a 'ho.'''
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-> ''In ''Film/{{Grease}}'', what did Sandy do to get Danny Zuko? She had to ditch the poodle skirt and slap on a catsuit. In short, she had to dress like a 'ho.''''ho'.''

You will not often see this trope in shows produced before the 60s or so, except in cases where the woman is already married to the man whose interest she wants to (re)acquire. The common trope before the 1960's was that [[MadonnaWhoreComplex men would happily tumble into bed with women who said "yes" but would only marry the woman who said "no."]] This makes ''Grease'', set in the 1950s, somewhat anachronistic, as a real-life Sandy would have been seen in her time frame as doing ''exactly the wrong thing'' to catch Danny--unless she only wanted to catch him for the night. As the bad boy, however, Danny is intentionally at odds with the conventional morality of his time.
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You will not often see this trope in shows produced before the 60s or so, except in cases where the woman is already married to the man whose interest she wants to (re)acquire. The common trope before the 1960's was that [[MadonnaWhoreComplex men would happily tumble into bed with women who said "yes" but would only marry the woman who said "no."]] "no".]] This makes ''Grease'', set in the 1950s, somewhat anachronistic, as a real-life Sandy would have been seen in her time frame as doing ''exactly the wrong thing'' to catch Danny--unless she only wanted to catch him for the night. As the bad boy, however, Danny is intentionally at odds with the conventional morality of his time.

** Interestingly subverted in "Stupid Spoiled Whore Video Playset," in which the girls dress and act like, well, stupid spoiled whores, but as part of a fad that is an end in and of itself and NOT to attract male attention. In fact, the boys seem put off by the girls' new personae, and unlike the episodes where Wendy sluts herself up to attract Stan's attention, in this one she rails against the fad. * Inverted in ''WesternAnimation/TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy'', where Mandy dons a similar look (complete with frizzy hair and a lollipop) to reject the new kid, 'Pif', that she's fallen in love with. Soon as he starts slobbering over her new look, he loses his air of coolness, and Mandy's able to "hate again."
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** ** Interestingly subverted in "Stupid Spoiled Whore Video Playset," in which the girls dress and act like, well, stupid spoiled whores, but as part of a fad that is an end in and of itself and NOT to attract male attention. In fact, the boys seem put off by the girls' new personae, and unlike the episodes where Wendy sluts herself up to attract Stan's attention, in this one she rails against the fad. * Inverted in ''WesternAnimation/TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy'', where Mandy dons a similar look (complete with frizzy hair and a lollipop) to reject the new kid, 'Pif', that she's fallen in love with. Soon as he starts slobbering over her new look, he loses his air of coolness, and Mandy's able to "hate again."again".
2nd Dec '15 1:19:18 PM squidlifecrisis
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-> ''In ''Film/{{Grease}}'', what did Sandy do to get Danny Zuko? She had to ditch the poodle skirt and slap on a catsuit. In short, she had to dress like a 'ho'.''
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-> ''In ''Film/{{Grease}}'', what did Sandy do to get Danny Zuko? She had to ditch the poodle skirt and slap on a catsuit. In short, she had to dress like a 'ho'.'''ho.'''

You will not often see this trope in shows produced before the 60s or so, except in cases where the woman is already married to the man whose interest she wants to (re)acquire. The common trope before the 1960's was that [[MadonnaWhoreComplex men would happily tumble into bed with women who said "yes" but would only marry the woman who said "no".]] This makes ''Grease'', set in the 1950s, somewhat anachronistic, as a real-life Sandy would have been seen in her time frame as doing ''exactly the wrong thing'' to catch Danny -- unless she only wanted to catch him for the night. As the bad boy, however, Danny is intentionally at odds with the conventional morality of his time.
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You will not often see this trope in shows produced before the 60s or so, except in cases where the woman is already married to the man whose interest she wants to (re)acquire. The common trope before the 1960's was that [[MadonnaWhoreComplex men would happily tumble into bed with women who said "yes" but would only marry the woman who said "no".]] "no."]] This makes ''Grease'', set in the 1950s, somewhat anachronistic, as a real-life Sandy would have been seen in her time frame as doing ''exactly the wrong thing'' to catch Danny -- unless Danny--unless she only wanted to catch him for the night. As the bad boy, however, Danny is intentionally at odds with the conventional morality of his time.
29th Nov '15 9:03:56 AM MarcInGA
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* Inverted in "Rancho Deluxe" where an older man's sweet, timid, good girl niece cries her way into a man's confidence, getting him to confess his crimes. [[spoiler: It then turns out she actually the older man's smoking hot girlfriend playing the young man all the time]]
6th Sep '15 7:17:17 PM Erin582
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* A season three episode of ''Series/OneTreeHill'' has [[BadassBookworm Haley]], under the guise of [[LovableLibby Brooke]], who meant well but didn't have the same approach on relationships as her friend did, trying this at a costume party to win back her husband, [[BigManOnCampus Nathan]], who has left her because [[ItMakesSenseInContext she abandoned him and became a rock star a year earlier.]] To drive the point home further, she even ''dresses up'' as post-makeover [[Film/{{Grease}} Sandy]]. To say the effort fell flat would be a huge understatement. Haley even discusses how much of a flop it was: -->'''Haley:''' I mean, what did you think Brooke, that I could just dress up in tight, black leather and heels and smoking a cigarette and that it would win back Nathan's heart? -->'''Brooke:''' [[ComicallyMissingThePoint Wait a minute, you were smoking?]]
27th Jul '15 3:52:06 AM LentilSandEater
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* Subverted in ''FanFic/TheSecretLifeOfTheBackyardKids.'' Achmed goes [[ShoppingMontage shopping]] with Sam and gives her a "[[RockAndRoll rock 'n roll]] [[TheMakeover makeover]]", but her look is more "[[TheLadette rocker chick]]" than {{Fanservice}}.
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* Subverted Downplayed in ''FanFic/TheSecretLifeOfTheBackyardKids.'' Achmed goes [[ShoppingMontage shopping]] with Sam and gives her a "[[RockAndRoll rock 'n roll]] [[TheMakeover makeover]]", but her look is more "[[TheLadette rocker chick]]" than {{Fanservice}}.
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