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5th Mar '17 8:10:34 AM AhmedMaklad9000
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* Brock (more ChivalrousPervert) and Ash's Oshawott from ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}''. (Fortunately for Brock, he usually has someone, usually Misty or his Croagunk, to pull him away from a girl he hits on before he makes a ''complete'' fool of himself.)

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* Brock (more ChivalrousPervert) and Ash's Oshawott from ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}''. (Fortunately for Brock, he usually has someone, usually Misty Misty, Max or his Croagunk, to pull him away from a girl he hits on before he makes a ''complete'' fool of himself.)
21st Feb '17 5:43:24 PM TheTrailblazerCritic
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* Clyde McBride from ''WesternAnimation/TheLoudHouse'', who is constantly trying to put the moves on Lincoln's oldest sister, Lori. Every one of his efforts inevitably fail as she already is madly in love with Bobby, much to his chagrin.
11th Feb '17 8:35:15 AM KiyanShahab
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11th Feb '17 1:02:25 AM Daylight
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* Jerome, one of the many characters MartinLawrence played on his [[{{Series/Martin}} television series]], is a man in his late 40s who is going through a major mid-life crisis. He believes himself to be the ultimate player and that all the women want him, especially Martin's wife, Gina. It's all in his head, however, and a lot of hilarity ensues. He even has his own theme song.
19th Jan '17 4:35:11 AM shrikelet
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* VideoGame/ValdisStoryAbyssalCity has Vladyn, who has made "weak advances" on at least two of his crewmates, and tries it on again with ''the first female NPC he meets.''
18th Jan '17 12:41:31 AM Monsund
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* Of course, the eponymous VideoGame/LeisureSuitLarry, the former TropeNamer. He is only an example at the start of the first game (where he's basically a 40-year-old virgin) but manages to get the girl ''at least'' once per game, and frequently more than that.

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* Of course, the eponymous VideoGame/LeisureSuitLarry, the former TropeNamer. He is only an example at the start of the first game (where he's basically a 40-year-old virgin) virgin in the first game, loses his virginity, but doesn't get a steady girlfriend. The general formula is Leisuresuit Larry manages to get the girl ''at least'' once per after going through many absurd hurdles at a game's end, only for the next game to begin with Larry getting dumped. For example even after winning a contest to spend a week with the attractive woman captain at the end of one game, and frequently more than that.Larry has to bribe her with [[ItMakesSenseInContext a large stock in oil hauling]].
4th Jan '17 2:48:53 AM SeptimusHeap
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Sometimes the Casanova Wannabe ''talks'' a great game. He may have all his friends convinced that [[UrbanLegendLoveLife that he's the original ladies' man and that his bed is never cold]]. But the truth is, he still hasn't done it (or, if not, has only had bought-and-paid-for sex. Once. Which will be revealed in a pathetic and embarrassing tearful and/or drunken confession). The women can see the blinking neon "loser" sign bolted to his receding hairline a mile away. He [[FreudWasRight clearly wants to prove his manhood]], via SexAsRiteOfPassage, but hasn't managed it yet. If he has a job, it's likely as a LoungeLizard. In RealLife, the somewhat profane term "fuckboy" has become a current (likely soon to be outdated) slang term for irritating young real world CasanovaWannabe men, particularly those defined by a mix of boorish forwardness thinly disguised as flirtiness ("hehe and then what? ;)" and "wanna play the question game? ;)" being examples of their approach), mindgames that are designed to allow him to put in the bare minimum of effort required to continue extracting sex from his target, and a massive sense of entitlement.

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Sometimes the Casanova Wannabe ''talks'' a great game. He may have all his friends convinced that [[UrbanLegendLoveLife that he's the original ladies' man and that his bed is never cold]]. But the truth is, he still hasn't done it (or, if not, has only had bought-and-paid-for sex. Once. Which will be revealed in a pathetic and embarrassing tearful and/or drunken confession). The women can see the blinking neon "loser" sign bolted to his receding hairline a mile away. He [[FreudWasRight clearly wants to prove his manhood]], manhood, via SexAsRiteOfPassage, but hasn't managed it yet. If he has a job, it's likely as a LoungeLizard. In RealLife, the somewhat profane term "fuckboy" has become a current (likely soon to be outdated) slang term for irritating young real world CasanovaWannabe men, particularly those defined by a mix of boorish forwardness thinly disguised as flirtiness ("hehe and then what? ;)" and "wanna play the question game? ;)" being examples of their approach), mindgames that are designed to allow him to put in the bare minimum of effort required to continue extracting sex from his target, and a massive sense of entitlement.
13th Dec '16 10:47:26 AM LizzieBabes419
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* Eddy from ''WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddy'' fits this trope superbly in several episodes, right down to the leisure suit and the gold medallion.

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* Eddy from ''WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddy'' fits this trope superbly in several episodes, right down to the leisure suit and the gold medallion. Even though, the only (seen) female character he likes is Nazz.
* Tobias from ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball'' is this. He even hits on girls who are already taken.



* Like Quagmire above, Boomhauer from ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill'' is a partial example: he manages to have sex with lots of women, but one episode reveals that his method is to just hit on every woman he can find, usually with lame pick-up lines, until he finds one that will give him the time of day. Bobby points this out to him, but Boomhauer's basic philosophy apparently is that one shouldn't let rejection get you down, though one episode had Boomhauer fall in love with a woman who only saw Boomhauer as a one-night stand and rejected his offer to marry her; man, he was dang ol' ''devastated'', tell you what.

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* Like Quagmire above, Boomhauer from ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill'' is a partial example: he manages to have sex with lots of women, but one episode reveals that his method is to just hit on every woman he can find, usually with lame pick-up pickup lines, until he finds one that will give him the time of day. Bobby points this out to him, but Boomhauer's basic philosophy apparently is that one shouldn't let rejection get you down, though one episode had Boomhauer fall in love with a woman who only saw Boomhauer as a one-night stand and rejected his offer to marry her; man, he was dang ol' ''devastated'', tell you what.
7th Dec '16 3:49:00 AM Morgenthaler
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* Henry and Dave compete for the title in ''DropTheDeadDonkey''. Henry is closer, though, probably because he turns 60 during the series' run and Dave is supposed to be in his early to mid thirties.

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* Henry and Dave compete for the title in ''DropTheDeadDonkey''.''Series/DropTheDeadDonkey''. Henry is closer, though, probably because he turns 60 during the series' run and Dave is supposed to be in his early to mid thirties.
16th Nov '16 1:34:07 PM Discar
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Sometimes the Casanova Wannabe ''talks'' a great game. He may have all his friends convinced that [[UrbanLegendLoveLife that he's the original ladies' man and that his bed is never cold]]. But the truth is, he still hasn't done it (or, if not, has only had bought-and-paid-for sex. Once. Which will be revealed in a pathetic and embarrassing tearful and/or drunken confession). The women can see the blinking neon "loser" sign bolted to his receding hairline a mile away. He [[FreudWasRight clearly wants to]] [[AManIsNotAVirgin prove his manhood]], via SexAsRiteOfPassage, but hasn't managed it yet. If he has a job, it's likely as a LoungeLizard. In RealLife, the somewhat profane term "fuckboy" has become a current (likely soon to be outdated) slang term for irritating young real world CasanovaWannabe men, particularly those defined by a mix of boorish forwardness thinly disguised as flirtiness ("hehe and then what? ;)" and "wanna play the question game? ;)" being examples of their approach), mindgames that are designed to allow him to put in the bare minimum of effort required to continue extracting sex from his target, and a massive sense of entitlement.

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Sometimes the Casanova Wannabe ''talks'' a great game. He may have all his friends convinced that [[UrbanLegendLoveLife that he's the original ladies' man and that his bed is never cold]]. But the truth is, he still hasn't done it (or, if not, has only had bought-and-paid-for sex. Once. Which will be revealed in a pathetic and embarrassing tearful and/or drunken confession). The women can see the blinking neon "loser" sign bolted to his receding hairline a mile away. He [[FreudWasRight clearly wants to]] [[AManIsNotAVirgin to prove his manhood]], via SexAsRiteOfPassage, but hasn't managed it yet. If he has a job, it's likely as a LoungeLizard. In RealLife, the somewhat profane term "fuckboy" has become a current (likely soon to be outdated) slang term for irritating young real world CasanovaWannabe men, particularly those defined by a mix of boorish forwardness thinly disguised as flirtiness ("hehe and then what? ;)" and "wanna play the question game? ;)" being examples of their approach), mindgames that are designed to allow him to put in the bare minimum of effort required to continue extracting sex from his target, and a massive sense of entitlement.
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