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1st Dec '16 7:39:04 PM ChesterPolarbear
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* "This Woman" by K.T. Oslin is also about a [[RareFemaleExample female version]] of this and she's telling a guy that they're only having a fling:

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* "This Woman" by K.T. Oslin is also about a [[RareFemaleExample female version]] of this and [[EthicalSlut she's telling a guy that they're only having she's a fling:playgirl who isn't into long-term monogamous relationships]]:
24th Nov '16 7:53:39 PM ChesterPolarbear
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22nd Nov '16 6:32:28 PM Briguy52748
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* When Larry Dallas isn't giving a little extra support to one of "[[PowerStable The Scene]]" wrestlers he "[[ScrewTheRulesIHaveMoney sponsors]]", he's surrounded by women, and rarely the same ones.[[/folder]]

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* When Larry Dallas isn't giving a little extra support to one of "[[PowerStable The Scene]]" wrestlers he "[[ScrewTheRulesIHaveMoney sponsors]]", he's surrounded by women, and rarely the same ones.[[/folder]]




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22nd Nov '16 6:30:49 PM Briguy52748
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* During the late 1980s, [[Wrestling/RickRude "Ravishing" Rick Rude]] and his gimmick of kissing a completely hot babe in the ring that he would choose from the crowd after winning one of his squash matches. (These were always a local girl hired before the show, but planted in the audience to give the impression Rude was picking them out at random.) This was used to push Rude's character as a "ladies' man" and ChickMagnet (although in reality, he had just gotten married).



* Cowboy Casanova, by Carrie Underwood:

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* Cowboy Casanova, "Cowboy Casanova," by Carrie Underwood:




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* "I Loved 'Em Every One," a No. 1 country and top 40 pop hit by T.G. Sheppard. The cover of the album where the song came from even plays upon the song's main theme: the mysterious stranger who bounds into a number of young women's lives for what's ultimately (each time) one-night stands, and boasting of his conquests:
--->Big or little or short or tall\\
Wish I'd have kept them all\\
Oh, I loved 'em every one\\
I'd like to thank them for their charms\\
Holding me in their arms\\
And I hope they had some fun\\
* "The Wanderer," originally a No. 2 pop hit for Dion in 1962, and remade in 1988 by country music superstar Eddie Rabbitt (in a rockabilly style that was reminiscent of early 1960s rock and roll). This is another of the "mysterious stranger" type casanovas, wherein a handsome, young man romances all the desirable young women in town and he boasts of the girls that he's met and loved on ("There's Jo on my left, and Mary on my right/Janie is the girl that I'll be with tonight").
16th Nov '16 1:40:07 PM Discar
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* Wilt Chamberlain famously claimed to have slept with "20,000 women" in his autobiography. This, however, is all but disbelieved by [[BasedOnAGreatBigLie anyone with a brain]]. Dennis Rodman, no [[MyGuyIsASlut paragon of monogamy]] himself, wrote: "Wilt Chamberlain lied out of his ass and made some money. He said he slept with 20,000 women. Think about it. That's three or four women a day every day for fifteen to twenty years. I defy anyone to keep up that kind of pace."

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* Wilt Chamberlain famously claimed to have slept with "20,000 women" in his autobiography. This, however, is all but disbelieved by [[BasedOnAGreatBigLie anyone with a brain]]. Dennis Rodman, no [[MyGuyIsASlut paragon of monogamy]] monogamy himself, wrote: "Wilt Chamberlain lied out of his ass and made some money. He said he slept with 20,000 women. Think about it. That's three or four women a day every day for fifteen to twenty years. I defy anyone to keep up that kind of pace."
8th Nov '16 4:25:34 PM BlazePfeff
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** Ironically, he sometimes is on the receiving end of the female version of this trope. In one episode, while investigating a petty officer's psychiatric admission, an "orderly" comes onto Tony as Gibbs and Kate leave. [[spoiler: Turns out, she's a patient.]]
29th Oct '16 5:06:26 PM nombretomado
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* Mime from ''HappyTreeFriends'', as seen in the episode "Easy Comb, Easy Go"

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* Mime from ''HappyTreeFriends'', ''WebAnimation/HappyTreeFriends'', as seen in the episode "Easy Comb, Easy Go"
29th Sep '16 12:47:15 PM Morgenthaler
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* There is a story that during WorldWarII, [[JosephStalin Stalin]] received a report about one of the military commanders (usually stated to be Rokossovsky) being that, and was asked "What shall we do"? His answer? "We shall envy"!

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* There is a story that during WorldWarII, [[JosephStalin UsefulNotes/WorldWarII, [[UsefulNotes/JosephStalin Stalin]] received a report about one of the military commanders (usually stated to be Rokossovsky) being that, and was asked "What shall we do"? His answer? "We shall envy"!
24th Sep '16 4:40:30 PM nombretomado
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* JFK from ''CloneHigh''.

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* %%* JFK from ''CloneHigh''.''WesternAnimation/CloneHigh''.
27th Aug '16 1:21:33 AM Bionicman
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* At Juilliard in the 1970s, one dorm room had the perfect selection: women could shoot for the [[{{Hunk}} hunky]] Creator/ChristopherReeve, and if that didn't work out, they could settle for his cute funny roommate, Creator/RobinWilliams.
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