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6th Mar '16 4:35:06 AM BlazingThor
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6th Mar '16 4:35:05 AM BlazingThor
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* Panini from ''WesternAnimation/{{Chowder}}''.
1st Dec '15 7:10:09 PM Ugolino
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* ''Webcomic/{{Sonichu}}'''s Christian Weston Chandler gives this impression quite a bit. It's not intentional, though, being an AuthorAvatar, many of his comic girlfriends are based on Chris's real-life girlfriends, including Meg, Blamca, Julie, and Ivy. Given that many of Chris's real-life girlfriends were at best mild acquaintances and at worst Internet trolls, this leads to the comic Chris [[StrangledByTheRedString pledging his eternal love to a girl who's never appeared before]] as soon as real-life Chris gets a girlfriend, then the girl being [[ChuckCunninghamSyndrome swiftly written out]] the second real-life Chris loses the relationship.
29th Oct '15 1:22:55 PM EDP
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* ''Franchise/SailorMoon'' has all the Sailors relatively boy-crazy but Makoto/Lita is easily the one who has definitely had the most relationships. A RunningGag when she was first introduced was to say that a random guy reminds her of one of her old boyfriends.

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* ''Franchise/SailorMoon'' has all the Sailors relatively boy-crazy but Makoto/Lita Makoto is easily the one who has definitely had the most relationships. A RunningGag when she was first introduced was to say that a random guy reminds her of one of her old boyfriends.boyfriends.
** In the manga, Minako tops her by a few orders of magnitude. During ''Manga/CodenameSailorV'' Artemis kept count of Minako's 'first loves' (as she called them), and the final chapter had him sarcastically congratulate her for her ''5,000th first love''.
2nd Oct '15 3:19:25 PM Berrenta
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* [[CasanovaWannabe Larry Butz]] from the ''Franchise/AceAttorney'' series is constantly either trying to get together with a woman with whom he's fallen madly in love, or just been dumped. We rarely see him actually ''in'' a relationship. This is a big part of his character, though: [[WhyDoYouKeepChangingJobs He also has a different job every time we see him]].

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* [[CasanovaWannabe Larry Butz]] from the ''Franchise/AceAttorney'' series is constantly either trying to get together with a woman with whom he's fallen madly in love, or just been dumped. We rarely see him actually ''in'' a relationship. This is a big part of his character, though: [[WhyDoYouKeepChangingJobs He also has a different job every time we see him]].him.
25th Jul '15 10:24:32 AM wuggles
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* The music video for "Cupid's Chokehold" by Gym Class Heroes implies this about the protagonist. With each verse describing how great his girlfriend is (one lyric is "I know I'm young but if I had to choose her or the sun/I'd be one nocturnal son of a gun"), a different woman is shown.
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10th Jul '15 5:22:14 PM Discar
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* Adolin from ''Literature/TheStormlightArchive'' is this in spades. Frequently lampshaded by his brother, and several other characters. In the second book he's fine with the prospect of an ArrangedMarriage to a woman from an insignificant house he's never met partially because by this point he's offended ''literally'' every other eligible woman, and the idea of letting someone else make the arrangements sounds good. Oddly enough, the ArrangedMarriage seems likely to become a PerfectlyArrangedMarriage, as he and the girl in question fit together quite well.
** There's a bit of a RunningGag throughout the second book where Adolin will be in the same scene with a random woman and she'll glare at him (or in one case throw stones at him).

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* Adolin from ''Literature/TheStormlightArchive'' is this in spades. Frequently lampshaded by his brother, and several other characters. In the second book he's fine with the prospect of an ArrangedMarriage to a woman from an insignificant house he's never met partially because by this point he's offended ''literally'' every other eligible woman, and the idea of letting someone else make the arrangements sounds good. Oddly enough, the ArrangedMarriage seems likely to become a PerfectlyArrangedMarriage, as he and the girl in question fit together quite well.
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well. There's a bit of a RunningGag throughout the second book where Adolin will be in the same scene with a random woman and she'll glare at him (or in him. At one case throw point, the woman teaching Kaladin's men how to care for their horses starts throwing stones at him).Adolin without missing a beat.
28th Jun '15 1:34:16 AM direguy
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* ''WesternAnimation/PepeLePew'' from ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes''. At least until the tables are turned on him.

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* ''WesternAnimation/PepeLePew'' from ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes''. At least until the tables are turned on him.
* ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' has Mabel a female example of this trope.
1st May '15 7:46:11 PM Schol-R-LEA
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* Rosethorn, of the Literature/WhateleyUniverse, whose first name really ''is'' Romeo. He's strikingly handsome, and has mutant powers. He tends to find Miss Right, make her over, improve her self-esteem, etc., until she dumps him. She always dumps him. Either she hates being the dumpy one in the relationship, or she becomes 'pretty' enough for other guys to see her as desirable, or the whole 'my mother is a dangerous supervillain' thing comes up and torpedoes the relationship, or...

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* Rosethorn, of the Literature/WhateleyUniverse, whose first name really ''is'' Romeo. He's strikingly handsome, handsome (or, as he is more often described, [[{{Bishonen}} beautiful]]), and has mutant powers. He tends to find Miss Right, make her over, improve her self-esteem, etc., until she dumps him. She always dumps him. Either she hates being the dumpy one in the relationship, or she becomes 'pretty' enough for other guys to see her as desirable, or the whole 'my mother is a dangerous supervillain' thing comes up and torpedoes the relationship, or...
20th Feb '15 5:53:28 PM ReaderAt2046
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* Adolin from ''Literature/TheStormlightArchive'' is this in spades. Frequently lampshaded by his brother, and several other characters. In the second book he's fine with the prospect of an ArrangedMarriage to a woman from an insignificant house he's never met partially because by this point he's offended basically every other eligible woman, and the idea of letting someone else make the arrangements sounds good.

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* Adolin from ''Literature/TheStormlightArchive'' is this in spades. Frequently lampshaded by his brother, and several other characters. In the second book he's fine with the prospect of an ArrangedMarriage to a woman from an insignificant house he's never met partially because by this point he's offended basically ''literally'' every other eligible woman, and the idea of letting someone else make the arrangements sounds good.good. Oddly enough, the ArrangedMarriage seems likely to become a PerfectlyArrangedMarriage, as he and the girl in question fit together quite well.
** There's a bit of a RunningGag throughout the second book where Adolin will be in the same scene with a random woman and she'll glare at him (or in one case throw stones at him).
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