->''"Get a room!"''

When a couple cannot keep their hands or lips off each other for more than a few seconds. Typically becomes a RunningGag, with the characters indifferent to how awkward they make everyone else feel with their nonstop public displays of affection. While the other characters are having conversations, they'll be off to the side snogging through the entire scene.

This often overlaps with its SisterTrope SickeninglySweethearts, but sweethearts are not necessarily this physical (see any Disney Channel show), and people who make out all the time aren't necessarily sweet to each other. Related to CoitusUninterruptus. Named for the {{Motion City Soundtrack}} song, [[SubvertedTrope which is decidedly not about this trope.]]
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!!Examples

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[[folder:Advertising]]
* One of the most infamous examples in North America are the old "Big Red" cinnamon gum commercials, which featured couples kissing to show how long the product can keep your breath fresh. A RunningGag (such as you can have one in a 30-second spot) in each one is cutting back to a particular couple who are shown smooching in the beginning ''and'' at the end, the latter where everybody else at the location is in the process of going home (one had said couple at a kissing contest. The last judge just hangs the trophy on their arms and leaves).
* A commercial for ''Netflix'' simulating a cop show's morning briefing (''a la'' ''HillStreetBlues'') has a couple like this as the AnthropomorphicPersonification of RomanticComedy.
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[[folder:Anime & Manga]]
* Chet and Adie in ''JungleWaItsumoHaleNochiGuu''. Taken a step further in the {{OVA}}s, when there's a mosaic filter over them most of the time they're onscreen, censoring whatever they're supposed to be doing.
* After [[spoiler:Keitaro and Naru]] in ''LoveHina'' became an OfficialCouple, they became like this to the point of pissing off the other residents at the Inn.
* In ''FutariEcchi'', the Kubotas, a young couple moving next to the Onodas, are especially bad about it. They're not only always hugging, but the one time Makoto rode the elevator with them, they started making out, leading to a serious UncomfortableElevatorMoment. And if that wasn't enough, they're retelling their exploits on a blog, which is borderline pornographic.
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[[folder:Films -- Live-Action]]
* ''Film/ManosTheHandsOfFate'' contains an especially {{egregious}} example.
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[[folder:Literature]]
* Ron and Lavender in ''Literature/HarryPotterAndTheHalfBloodPrince.''
** Harry is terrified of the same thing happening to Ron and Hermione.
** In ''[[Literature/HarryPotterAndTheOrderOfThePhoenix Order of the Phoenix]]'', when Harry goes on an awkward date with Cho in a teashop, at the next table there's Roger Davies with his girlfriend who seem "glued together at the lips", which makes Harry even more uncomfortable.
** According to a "Daily Prophet" article released by Rowling, Teddy Lupin and Victorie Weasley are this.
* Katniss and Peeta play this up during their Victory Tour in [[Literature/TheHungerGames Catching Fire]] in order to sell their pseudo-fake romance.
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[[folder:Live-Action TV]]
* In ''{{Smallville}}'', Chloe tends to be a bit open on her love interests, much to the embarrassment of Clark.
* When Shawn and Angela on ''BoyMeetsWorld'' got back together after a nasty breakup, they became like this for an episode.
* ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'': Buffy and Angel, for a time.
** Also, Buffy and Spike in the episode "Something Blue", while [[KissingUnderTheInfluence under the influence]] of [[LovePotion Willow's spell.]] The other characters found the event very... disturbing.
-->'''Giles:''' Stop that right now! I can hear the smacking.[[note]]Giles was blind at the time.[[/note]]
* Tony and Michelle in ''Series/{{Skins}}'' are sometimes like this in series 1. In the episode "Jal", there's a good image of Jal awkwardly sitting on the opposite end of the couch while the couple are making out.
* Jimmy Fallon and Rachel Dratch played a couple like this on ''SaturdayNightLive''.
* Hyde and his GirlOfTheWeek Jill in the ''{{That 70s Show}}'' episode "The Third Wheel".
** Eric and Donna are like this in a fair number of episodes as well.
* Frank and Alice in ''{{Friends}}'' (though she's in her forties).
* A behind-the-scenes version occurred in ''Series/{{Farscape}}''. Claudia Black commented that the crew was so used to seeing she and Ben Browder rehearsing for their kissing scenes that no one paid attention to them while they made out on set.
* Mike and Gloria in ''AllInTheFamily'', at least in Archie's eyes.
* In ''Series/DoctorWho'', Amy and Rory end up like this for a while after they're reunited in ''The Big Bang''. The Doctor comments on them coming up for air.
** And again in "A Christmas Carol." The Doctor is so annoyed at [[spoiler:teen Kazran and Abigail]]'s endless kissing that he decides to accept a marriage proposal from Marilyn Munroe.
* ''Series/{{Scrubs}}'': J.D. and Elliot, at least during [[WillTheyOrWontThey their first]] hook-up.
* In ''GreenAcres'', Oliver is at a DriveInTheatre, trying to put the speaker on his car when he accidentally lets go, it smashes into the side window of a pickup truck where a boy and girl are passionately necking. ''They never even notice.''
* Melana Scanlon and Jason Peoples on ''Average Joe''.
* In ''Series/DrakeAndJosh'', [[TheCasanova Drake]] frequently did this [[GirlOfTheWeek with whatever girl he was dating that episode.]]
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[[folder:Music]]
* The SickeningSweethearts in the MitchBenn song "Disgustingly In Love":
-->Our life just is one great big public display of affection,
-->If it annoys you you could try looking in the other direction.
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[[folder:Newspaper Comics]]
* Richandamy from ''{{ComicStrip/Zits}}'' are ''such'' Make-Out Kids that they're always depicted as an impossible tangle of limbs, only ever referred to by their PortmanteauCoupleName, and just generally treated by all the other characters as being a single organism.
** In one comic, Jeremy's girlfriend finds Amy sobbing all by herself, talking like Rich left her or something. In the last panel, Rich comes out of the men's room and Amy glomps him, sobbing "Don't leave me like that again!"
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[[folder:Theater]]
* The Jeffersons in ''Theatre/SeventeenSeventySix''. When Martha arrives in Philadelphia, she and Thomas immediately glom onto each other. Both of them are completely oblivious to Adams' attempt to introduce himself and Franklin to the lady. After they do meet Martha properly, Tom's only good-morning is a written message telling them to go away because he wants to take his wife back to bed. John is quite astonished by the whole thing.[[note]]Why he ''should'' be astonished is anyone's guess, given that he and his wife Abigail wrote some of the spiciest love letters known to history to each other during their long separations -- and that at least one reprise of the song "Yours, Yours, Yours" consists entirely of John and Abigail complaining to each other about all the sex they're ''not'' having with each other.[[/note]]
-->'''John:''' [to Tom] She ''is'' your wife, isn't she?\\
'''Franklin:''' Well of course she is. [[LampshadeHanging Look at how well they fit]].
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[[folder:Video Games]]
* In case 3-1 of ''Franchise/AceAttorney'', Dahlia Hawthorne states during the trial that she is so "lovey dovey" with her lover Phoenix Wright around other people that it literally makes them sick. Of course [[spoiler:her whole relationship with him is a cover up for the fact that she's using him to hide a bottle of poison. Iris, however, could very well have done this instead.]]
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[[folder:Web Original]]
* Riley and Zaboo in ''TheGuild'' Season 3.
* In ''Webcomic/GirlsNextDoor'' there are two couples like this, Christine and Raoul, who are also SickeninglySweethearts, and Jadis and Darkness, who are [[UnholyMatrimony something else]].
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[[folder:Western Animation]]
* There's the Make-out Couple on ''{{Sixteen}}'' who are ''exactly'' this, and they're only once seen not making out because Jonesy finally yelled at them that "No one wants to see that!"
* Geoff and Bridgette in ''TotalDrama Island''.
** Anne Maria and Mike (As Vito) in ''Revenge of the Island''.
* Kevin and Brittany from ''{{WesternAnimation/Daria}}''. Once even during a CPR lesson.
* Used in ''TheSimpsons'' episode "Bart's Friend Falls in Love" when Milhouse falls for the new girl at Springfield Elementary, it irritates Bart to the point he indirectly gets her sent to an all girls school.
* Oddly enough, [[SickeninglySweethearts Tree Trunks and Mr. Pig]] in ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime''. In "Dream of Love", this provokes lots of vocal outrage and discomfort from everyone around them, culminating in Jake and Finn bodily removing them from each other.
* Ms. Martian and [[spoiler: Lagoon Boy]] act like this in the second season of ''WesternAnimation/YoungJustice''. It's possible she's just doing it to make [[spoiler: Superboy]] jealous.
** She and [[spoiler:Superboy]] were also like that, though they mostly kept their lips off each other in front of their teammates. (You can't [[http://dc.violentred.net/gallery/main.php?g2_itemId=65582 say the same]] [[http://violentred.net/gfx/tumblr/1x20love.png about their hands]].)
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[[folder:Real Life]]
* Many couples in RealLife, especially in high school.
* JohnLennon and YokoOno.
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