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6th Feb '16 5:23:49 AM shonengirl
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A short riff on the saxophone used to indicate the arrival or presence of a sexy woman.
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A short riff on the saxophone used to indicate the arrival or presence of a sexy woman.woman (or occasionally [[MrFanservice man]]).
6th Dec '15 6:00:01 PM nombretomado
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* ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'' in "The Royale". Lampshaded by SciFiDebris in his review of the episode:
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* ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'' in "The Royale". Lampshaded by SciFiDebris WebSite/SFDebris in his review of the episode:
22nd Nov '15 11:31:17 AM gallium
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Not to be confused with the device in ''Literature/BraveNewWorld'', nor a [[CargoShip character having sex ]]''[[CargoShip with ]]''[[CargoShip a saxophone]], nor a sex hotline.
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Not to be confused with the device in ''Literature/BraveNewWorld'', nor a [[CargoShip character having sex ]]''[[CargoShip with ]]''[[CargoShip a saxophone]], nor SexySaxMan, nor a sex hotline.
18th Nov '15 8:35:36 PM wolftickets1969
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Added DiffLines:
* Highway Superstar's [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p8kg7E2tuPg "Careful Shouting"]] from ''Film/KungFury'' appears to be an AnswerSong to GeorgeMichael's "Careless Whisper".
8th Nov '15 4:51:47 PM nombretomado
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* The same three-note sting is played every time someone on ''[[{{Sixteen}} 6Teen]]'' looks "sexy", whether female or male. * Both played straight and averted in ''TheRenAndStimpyShow''. The sexophone was used both upon arrivals of attractive women, as well as various scenes involving Stimpy (e.g. [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar a scene of him stripping of his fur before going skinny-dipping]]).
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* The same three-note sting is played every time someone on ''[[{{Sixteen}} 6Teen]]'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Sixteen}}'' looks "sexy", whether female or male. * Both played straight and averted in ''TheRenAndStimpyShow''.''WesternAnimation/TheRenAndStimpyShow''. The sexophone was used both upon arrivals of attractive women, as well as various scenes involving Stimpy (e.g. [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar a scene of him stripping of his fur before going skinny-dipping]]).
20th Oct '15 12:44:00 AM thesunisup
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fixing quote
*** And "I wasn't even acting sexy until the slutty sax music started!"
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*** And "I wasn't even acting being sexy until the slutty dirty sax music started!"
4th Oct '15 11:59:38 PM McJeff
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Neither are examples
* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'': ** After being woken from a dream about [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dP-TeMshOj0&feature=player_detailpage#t=033s a pirate novel she was reading]]: --->'''Marge:''' Lisa, [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar stop blowing my sex--I mean your sax!]] ** Also, Bleeding Gums Murphy's album "Sax on the Beach".
27th Sep '15 12:24:38 AM Malitia
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it's animated.
* This is used in ''WesternAnimation/{{Felidae}}'' of all things.

* This is used in ''{{Felidae}}'' of all things.
14th Sep '15 3:49:31 PM malter
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Not to be confused with the device in ''Literature/BraveNewWorld'', nor a [[CargoShip character having sex]] ''[[CargoShip with]]'' [[CargoShip a saxophone]], nor a sex hotline.
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Not to be confused with the device in ''Literature/BraveNewWorld'', nor a [[CargoShip character having sex]] ''[[CargoShip with]]'' [[CargoShip sex ]]''[[CargoShip with ]]''[[CargoShip a saxophone]], nor a sex hotline.
5th Sep '15 2:16:12 AM DragonQuestZ
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I'm guessing the date is wrong, so a citation might be in order to back that up.
The history of this trope comes from the fact that in the 1860's jazz and R&B were played in brothels and burlesque houses. The musicians were supposed to play music to, ahem, enhance the experience. Many jazz musicians' nicknames were often euphemisms, like [[ICallHimMisterHappy Jelly Roll]] Morton, which reflected their roots as brothel musicians.
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The history of this trope comes from the fact that in the 1860's jazz and R&B were played in brothels and burlesque houses. The musicians were supposed to play music to, ahem, enhance the experience. Many jazz musicians' nicknames were often euphemisms, like [[ICallHimMisterHappy Jelly Roll]] Morton, which reflected their roots as brothel musicians.
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