'''Basic Trope''': A character not known for their sexual prowess enters their workplace/school/wherever in an incredibly good mood. Another character picks up on the fact that the first person had sex recently.
* '''Straight''': Bob comes into work humming jauntily to himself and looking much more active. His friend and coworker Jim correctly guesses that Bob got laid last night.
* '''Exaggerated''':
** Bob dances into his office, moonwalking to his cubicle. Jim smiles knowingly.
** Bob prances around his workplace, singing a Disney-style musical number that eventually evolves into a CrowdSong about how he got laid.
** Bob bursts into a [[WaxingLyrical musical number]]. [[LonelyIsland Featuring Akon]].
* '''Downplayed''': AliceAndBob walk out of a room, and Charles enters the room. The smell lingers in the air, and he just saw Bob walk out with Alice, so he puts two and two together.
* '''Justified''':
** Bob is usually quiet and reserved person and hasn't had any in a while.
** Jim's been there himself, so he knows the signs.
* '''Inverted''':
** Bob comes into his workplace very happy because of the future likelihood of sex.
** [[ChivalrousPervert Bob]] comes in to work depressed; his co-workers guess correctly that this is because his girlfriend/wife [[LysistrataGambit is punishing him by not having sex with him.]]
* '''Subverted''':
** Jim knows Bob had sex last night, but Bob comes into work tired and morose.
** Bob was just in an unusually good mood due to other reasons, and so lied about sex to explain why.
* '''Double Subverted''': But it was all an act in order to avoid any uncomfortable questions
* '''Parodied''': Bob makes it so obvious that he had sex that Jim begins to wonder if he's just [[HaveIMEntionedIAmSexuallyActiveToday faking it]].
* '''Zig Zagged''': Bob comes into work humming jauntily to himself. Jim guesses that Bob has just had sex with Alice, but Bob says that he hasn't. [[YaoiGuys So Jim and Bob have sex instead.]]
* '''Averted''':
** Bob comes into work humming jauntily to himself because he's just had sex. No-one notices or cares.
** Bob has sex and comes into work the next day acting no different than usual.
** Bob doesn't exist.
** Bob didn't have sex.
** Sex doesn't exist.
* '''Enforced''': The writers aren't allowed to explicitly say that Alice and Bob had sex last night. To [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar Get It Past The Radar]], they cut to Bob walking into work, and Jim giving him a knowing look.
* '''Lampshaded''': Bob tries to hide his happiness, but Jim picks up immediately and badgers him for the details.
* '''Invoked''': Bob comes into work humming jauntily to himself because he's just had sex with Alice, but only because Jim made a bet with Alice.
* '''Exploited''': ???
* '''Defied''': Bob had sex with Alice, but he knows Jim will laugh at him, so he walks around the block to get the smile off his face.
* '''Discussed''': ???
* '''Conversed''': ???
* '''Deconstructed''': Everyone in the office thinks Bob's happiness is kind of immature and only chalk it up to Bob being a massive loser and a wimpy lover.
* '''Reconstructed''': Bob's happiness stems from the fact that he had never had sex before, with last night being his first time.
* '''Played For Laughs''': Bob, normally a reserved sort who dresses conservatively, swaggers into work wearing shades and a [[TheSeventies seventies]] polyester suit with shirt opened to expose his chest, as a Barry White song plays in the background. When Jim remarks that he must've gotten lucky, Bob says, "Sure did! Last night I [[ADateWithRosiePalms enjoyed]] my very first copy of ''{{Playboy}}''."
* '''Played For Drama''': Alice tells Bob to keep silent about the consummation of their relationship, because she doesn't want her bigoted parents to know she's gotten serious with someone of a different faith. However, Bob can't keep himself from humming and glad-handing everyone at work the next day, and Jim teases the news out of him. Their coworker Biff, resentful over Bob being chosen over him for a promotion, overhears the conversation and ensures the gossip reaches Alice's parents, who disinherit her and consider her [[IHaveNoSon dead]] to them. As a result, Alice angrily breaks up with Bob.
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