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28th Mar '18 5:31:55 PM KibaDoku
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* ''Webcomic/AxisPowersHetalia'' fanfic ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/11886910/1/Gankona-Unnachgiebig-Unità Gankona, Unnachgiebig, Unità]]'': [[CaptainObvious Italy is Italian]]. [[{{Tsundere}} Germany]] and [[YamatoNadeshiko Japan]] happen to be head-over-heels in love with him.
16th Mar '18 9:17:45 AM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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The LatinLover was originally from UsefulNotes/{{Spain}} or UsefulNotes/{{Italy}}, but has expanded to include UsefulNotes/PuertoRico (which is part of the UsefulNotes/UnitedStatesOfAmerica), UsefulNotes/{{Cuba}}, UsefulNotes/{{Brazil}}, UsefulNotes/{{Argentina}}, and other Latin American countries—and, OnceUponATime, men from the UsefulNotes/{{Philippines}} sometimes fit this description too, given that Asian country was a Spanish colony for over ''300 years''. [[UsefulNotes/{{Mexico}} Mexicans]] are usually not considered exotic enough for Americans, but they can also fall under the trope if handsome and smooth-talking enough.

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The LatinLover was originally from UsefulNotes/{{Spain}} or UsefulNotes/{{Italy}}, but has expanded to include UsefulNotes/PuertoRico (which is part (a territory of the UsefulNotes/UnitedStatesOfAmerica), UsefulNotes/TheUnitedStates), UsefulNotes/{{Cuba}}, UsefulNotes/{{Brazil}}, UsefulNotes/{{Argentina}}, and other Latin American countries—and, OnceUponATime, men from the UsefulNotes/{{Philippines}} sometimes fit this description too, given that Asian country was a Spanish colony for over ''300 years''. [[UsefulNotes/{{Mexico}} Mexicans]] are usually not considered exotic enough for Americans, but they can also fall under the trope if handsome and smooth-talking enough.
2nd Mar '18 5:29:11 AM mirisu92
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* ''Literature/WithoutSeeingTheDawn'' had Luis Castro, son of feudal landlord and TheGhost Don Diego Castro, both of them of Iberian/Spanish descent. This being the Philippines, Latin Lovers are not as dark or tanned as the general populace, and instead are lusted over for their fairer skin and hair. Lucing, the ''married'' country girl who falls for him (and whom he falls for), even compared him to the heroic Hispanic princes in local folk plays.
24th Feb '18 4:03:56 AM EdnaWalker
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The LatinLover was originally from UsefulNotes/{{Spain}} or UsefulNotes/{{Italy}}, but has expanded to include UsefulNotes/PuertoRico (which is part of the UsefulNotes/UnitedStatesOfAmerica), UsefulNotes/{{Cuba}}, UsefulNotes/{{Brazil}}, UsefulNotes/Argentina, and other Latin American countries—and, OnceUponATime, men from the UsefulNotes/{{Philippines}} sometimes fit this description too, given that Asian country was a Spanish colony for over ''300 years''. [[UsefulNotes/{{Mexico}} Mexicans]] are usually not considered exotic enough for Americans, but they can also fall under the trope if handsome and smooth-talking enough.

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The LatinLover was originally from UsefulNotes/{{Spain}} or UsefulNotes/{{Italy}}, but has expanded to include UsefulNotes/PuertoRico (which is part of the UsefulNotes/UnitedStatesOfAmerica), UsefulNotes/{{Cuba}}, UsefulNotes/{{Brazil}}, UsefulNotes/Argentina, UsefulNotes/{{Argentina}}, and other Latin American countries—and, OnceUponATime, men from the UsefulNotes/{{Philippines}} sometimes fit this description too, given that Asian country was a Spanish colony for over ''300 years''. [[UsefulNotes/{{Mexico}} Mexicans]] are usually not considered exotic enough for Americans, but they can also fall under the trope if handsome and smooth-talking enough.
24th Feb '18 4:02:57 AM EdnaWalker
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The LatinLover was originally from UsefulNotes/{{Spain}} or UsefulNotes/{{Italy}}, but has expanded to include UsefulNotes/PuertoRico (which is part of the UsefulNotes/TheUnitedStatesOfAmerica), UsefulNotes/{{Cuba}}, UsefulNotes/{{Brazil}}, UsefulNotes/Argentina, and other Latin American countries—and, OnceUponATime, men from the UsefulNotes/{{Philippines}} sometimes fit this description too, given that Asian country was a Spanish colony for over ''300 years''. [[UsefulNotes/{{Mexico}} Mexicans]] are usually not considered exotic enough for Americans, but they can also fall under the trope if handsome and smooth-talking enough.

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The LatinLover was originally from UsefulNotes/{{Spain}} or UsefulNotes/{{Italy}}, but has expanded to include UsefulNotes/PuertoRico (which is part of the UsefulNotes/TheUnitedStatesOfAmerica), UsefulNotes/UnitedStatesOfAmerica), UsefulNotes/{{Cuba}}, UsefulNotes/{{Brazil}}, UsefulNotes/Argentina, and other Latin American countries—and, OnceUponATime, men from the UsefulNotes/{{Philippines}} sometimes fit this description too, given that Asian country was a Spanish colony for over ''300 years''. [[UsefulNotes/{{Mexico}} Mexicans]] are usually not considered exotic enough for Americans, but they can also fall under the trope if handsome and smooth-talking enough.
24th Feb '18 4:02:37 AM EdnaWalker
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The LatinLover was originally from UsefulNotes/{{Spain}} or UsefulNotes/{{Italy}}, but has expanded to include UsefulNotes/{{Puerto Rico}}, UsefulNotes/{{Cuba}}, UsefulNotes/{{Brazil}}, and other Latin American countries—and, OnceUponATime, men from the {{UsefulNotes/Philippines}} sometimes fit this description too, given that Asian country was a Spanish colony for over ''300 years''. [[UsefulNotes/{{Mexico}} Mexicans]] are usually not considered exotic enough for Americans, but they can also fall under the trope if handsome and smooth-talking enough.

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The LatinLover was originally from UsefulNotes/{{Spain}} or UsefulNotes/{{Italy}}, but has expanded to include UsefulNotes/{{Puerto Rico}}, UsefulNotes/PuertoRico (which is part of the UsefulNotes/TheUnitedStatesOfAmerica), UsefulNotes/{{Cuba}}, UsefulNotes/{{Brazil}}, UsefulNotes/Argentina, and other Latin American countries—and, OnceUponATime, men from the {{UsefulNotes/Philippines}} UsefulNotes/{{Philippines}} sometimes fit this description too, given that Asian country was a Spanish colony for over ''300 years''. [[UsefulNotes/{{Mexico}} Mexicans]] are usually not considered exotic enough for Americans, but they can also fall under the trope if handsome and smooth-talking enough.
14th Feb '18 1:29:58 AM jormis29
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* Ruy Sanchez de Casador y Ortiz in ''Literature/SixteenThirtyTwo''. This is lampshaded in one book where an "uptimer" character meets Ruy and ruminates on how the fellow bears a striking resemblance to certain Latino actors such as Ricardo Montalban and Giancarlo Giannini whose looks improved as they aged. Ruy is described several times as having an exceptionally fit physique that contrasts strikingly with his gray-haired, lined face.

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* Ruy Sanchez de Casador y Ortiz in ''Literature/SixteenThirtyTwo''. This is lampshaded in one book where an "uptimer" character meets Ruy and ruminates on how the fellow bears a striking resemblance to certain Latino actors such as Ricardo Montalban Creator/RicardoMontalban and Giancarlo Giannini Creator/GiancarloGiannini whose looks improved as they aged. Ruy is described several times as having an exceptionally fit physique that contrasts strikingly with his gray-haired, lined face.
4th Feb '18 8:07:39 PM mirisu92
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The LatinLover was originally from UsefulNotes/{{Spain}} or UsefulNotes/{{Italy}}, but has expanded to include UsefulNotes/{{Puerto Rico}}, UsefulNotes/{{Cuba}}, UsefulNotes/{{Brazil}}, and other Latin American countries. [[UsefulNotes/{{Mexico}} Mexicans]] are usually not considered exotic enough for Americans, but they can also fall under the trope if handsome and smooth-talking enough.

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The LatinLover was originally from UsefulNotes/{{Spain}} or UsefulNotes/{{Italy}}, but has expanded to include UsefulNotes/{{Puerto Rico}}, UsefulNotes/{{Cuba}}, UsefulNotes/{{Brazil}}, and other Latin American countries.countries—and, OnceUponATime, men from the {{UsefulNotes/Philippines}} sometimes fit this description too, given that Asian country was a Spanish colony for over ''300 years''. [[UsefulNotes/{{Mexico}} Mexicans]] are usually not considered exotic enough for Americans, but they can also fall under the trope if handsome and smooth-talking enough.
29th Dec '17 10:31:58 AM nombretomado
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* A lesser-known example would come from Vulcano Rosso, a [[PlayingWithFire flame-wielding]] Italian man with ElvisPresley-styled MulticoloredHair and [[WTHCostumingDepartment a ridiculous getup]], from the ''VideoGame/StreetFighterEX'' [[AlternateContinuity series]]. Sadly, ''his'' lover is killed, sending Rosso on a quest to avenge her. He enacts his {{revenge}} after ''[=EX2=]'' and mellows out. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L_itijgg3lg Oh, and he definitely has the look.]]

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* A lesser-known example would come from Vulcano Rosso, a [[PlayingWithFire flame-wielding]] Italian man with ElvisPresley-styled Music/ElvisPresley-styled MulticoloredHair and [[WTHCostumingDepartment a ridiculous getup]], from the ''VideoGame/StreetFighterEX'' [[AlternateContinuity series]]. Sadly, ''his'' lover is killed, sending Rosso on a quest to avenge her. He enacts his {{revenge}} after ''[=EX2=]'' and mellows out. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L_itijgg3lg Oh, and he definitely has the look.]]
27th Dec '17 5:35:33 PM Carliro
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* Being a pastiche of mexican celebrities like Pedro Infante, Jorge Negrete and Vicente Fernández, Ernesto de la Cruz from ''WesternAnimation/{{Coco}}'' naturally invokes this, being the ideal mexican man and implied to ReallyGetsAround.
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