A woman sees a man and becomes so infatuated with him that she practices pronouncing or signing her first name with his last name, or even "Mrs." plus his full name.

Less commonly, men do this with their girlfriends' names.

Averts TheMaidenNameDebate.

[[folder:{{Anime}} and {{Manga}}]]
* Happens in ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf'' during the Soun/Hinako arc with Hinako writing her name as Hinako Tendo on the school chalkboard.
* In ''Manga/WitchCraftWorks'', Ayaka spends a whole night writing Takamiya Ayaka (and at least one Kagari Honoka) while watching over love interest Takamiya Honoka.

* In ''Film/MeanGirls'', when Regina wants to convince Aaron that Cady is a psycho, she lies that Cady writes "Mrs. Aaron Samuels" all over her notebooks.
* In ''Film/{{Big}}'', Susan complains about her recently-engaged secretary doing this all day long:
-->'''Susan:''' I'm not getting any of my mail, nothing has been filed. Ever since she got engaged, my life has been a disaster. She spent the last three months writing down her married name. "Mrs. Judy Hicks", "Mrs. Donald Hicks"; "Mrs. Judy Mitchellson Hicks", sometimes with a hyphen, sometimes without a hyphen. Sometimes, she spells the hyphen.

* ''PrideAndPrejudice'': Lydia leaves a note when she elopes rejoicing over how the next time she writes, she will sign her name "Lydia Wickham."
* The narrator of ''Literature/WutheringHeights'' first becomes interested in the story of Heathcliff and Catherine when he finds evidence of this trope in Catherine's old room.
* In the ''Literature/VorkosiganSaga'' book ''A Civil Campaign'', after [[spoiler:Ekaterin proposes to ''Miles'' during the middle of a council session]], '''he''' begins writing her name in excess on loose sheets of paper, [[spoiler:Lady Ekaterin Nile Vorvayne Vorsoisson Vorkosigan (the three Vors are her maiden name, her recently deceased husband's name, and Miles' own name along with him granting her the title of Lady). This is in contrast to the mercenary hand-weapon doodles he was making before]].
* In Creator/StephenKing's ''{{IT}}'', Ben Hanscom thinks of Beverly Marsh like this at one point early in the story.
* ''LittleWomen'': Jo realizes she is in danger of, as she sees it, losing Meg when she finds out Meg has been scribbling "Mrs. John Brooke."
* In ''[[SidneySheldon Sidney Sheldon's]]'' "Bloodline", Elizabeth Roffe imagined becoming "Mrs. Rhys Williams". [[spoiler:It became true]].

[[folder:Live Action TV]]
* ''Series/ICarly'': Sam calls Carly and Freddie 'Mr and Mrs Benson' in ''iSaved Your Life.''
** Carly in ''iDream Of Dance'': "If he's a nub, then someday I want to be Mrs. Carly Nub."
** Sam in ''iPie'': "Why can't I marry this pie? All I want out of life is to be Mrs. Sam This Pie."
** In ''iParty With Victorious'', Carly imagines herself as Mrs. (Steven) Carson, writing "Carly Carson" on the computer in various fonts.
* Rachel's friend Mindy does this in ''{{Friends}}'': "I want to be Mrs. Barry Farber, DDS."
* In ''Series/LoisAndClark: The New Adventures of Superman'', Lois briefly considers taking up the name Kent after her marriage to Clark. She takes Clark's nameplate from his desk at the office and covers the "Clark" in "Clark Kent" with her own nameplate to see how "Lois Lane Kent" would look.
** In the season 1 finale as Lois is about to marry Lex Luthor, she practices "Lois Luthor" and its variations to herself in the mirror before realizing that none of them feel right; but "Lois Kent" does. She still goes through with the ceremony though.
* On ''Series/TheBradyBunch'' when Marcia develops a crush on her dentist, she imagines life as "Mrs. Marcia Dentist."
* In ''Series/TheBigBangTheory'', when the guys are watching ''Series/AmericasNextTopModel'', Howard keeps pointing out which of the contestants is "the future Mrs. Wolowitz". Of course, being Howard, "the future Mrs. Wolowitz" is pretty much every contestant.
* Anya sings a whole song about becoming [[OverlyLongName Mrs. Anya Christina Emmanuella Jenkins-Harris]] in the ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' episode ''Selfless''.
** This is also partly [[ContinuityNod a callback]] to the name she made up for when the Watchers' Council was investigating Buffy's TrueCompanions, and she was afraid they would find out she used to be a demon.
* In ''Series/{{Neighbours}}'', Tad Reeves develops a crush on Susan Kennedy and is caught writing 'Susan Reeves' over and over again in his exercise book. Oh, and Susan just happens to be his school principal.
* In the ''Series/DoctorWho'' episode ''Blink'', upon meeting Detective Inspector Billy Shipton and being told of the mysterious disappearing vehicles at Wester Drumlins, plucky girl detective Sally Sparrow fumbles and switches his surname for hers, identifying herself as Sally Shipton. [[FreudianSlip It's played as an unmistakable sign that she's into him.]]
* Played for laughs in ''Series/HappyEndings'' with Penny after she meets the unfortunately named Doug Hitler.
* In ''Series/HowIMetYourMother'', the incredibly drunk Ted and Barney get into a [[CockFight fight over Robin]] and have this eloquent and well reasoned debate.
-->'''Barney''': Robin Stinson!
-->'''Ted''': Robin Mosby!
-->'''Barney''': Robin Stinson!
-->'''Ted''': Ted Sherbatsky! I'll take her name. I don't care.
* Genderflipped in [[http://sincerelyrobink.tumblr.com/post/73905909464/the-consummate-professional this]] fanart for Series/CallTheMidwife.

[[folder:Newspaper Comics]]
* In ''{{Garfield}}'', Jon takes the thought process to a ridiculous extreme when he ponders what Liz's name could be if they got married: "Mrs. Jon Arbuckle, Mrs. Liz Arbuckle, Mrs. Liz Wilson Arbuckle, Dr. Mrs. Liz Wilson Arbuckle," etc.
* In an early ''{{Peanuts}}'' strip, Violet tries to imagine being married to Charlie Brown and says, "Mrs. Violet Brown..., Nope, I just can't see it."
** In a later strip, Sally imagines herself as "Mrs. Sally 95472" and delivers the same punchline.
* ''BeetleBailey'': One of General Halftrack's officers is mildly disturbed to find a notepad with "General Amos Buxley" on it.

* While serving as a commentator on ''WWESmackdown'', JohnBradshawLayfield would refer to [[LayCool Michelle [=McCool=]]] as the "next ex-Mrs. Layfield".
* When the German national soccer team went through a series of coaches in a rather short time period, the host of a comedy show joked about the decision on who would be the next coach. "What's his name? Our future ex-national coach? A yes, Christoph Daum." HilariousInHindsight, as Daum really lasted only a few months.

* In ''OneTouchOfVenus'', when Venus first hears Rodney Hatch say his full name, she repeats it to herself, then adds "Venus Hatch" to test how much she likes the sound.
* ''Theatre/ByeByeBirdie'' has a song in which Rosie sings about how she could have been "Mrs. Peterson ... Mrs. Albert Peterson ... Mrs. Phi Beta Kappa Peterson, the English teacher's wife." She actually ''is'' engaged (sort of) to Albert and is (mostly) bemoaning that he's Conrad Birdie's agent/songwriter rather than a professor of English, but the reason he's not an English teacher is largely the same reason they're not married yet: he refuses to stand up to his controlling shrew of a mother.

[[folder:Western Animation]]
* Seen in Fiona's childhood diary in ''{{Shrek}} 2'': "Mrs. Fiona Charming" (as in, the wife of PrinceCharming).
** Though Charming is shown to be his first, or even only, name, so it's unlikely she'd actually be called that even if she did marry Prince Charming.
* Played with in ''MickeyDonaldGoofyTheThreeMusketeers'': a lovestruck Minnie writes "Mickey and Minnie Mouse" in her notebook, and then notices that [[SpeciesSurname they already have the same last name]].
* ''DuckDodgers'': Genderflipped when the title character is attracted to the beautiful secret agent brought on board.
--> '''Duck Dodgers:''' Captain Duck Yoshimi. S'got a nice ring to it.
* ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'' crosses paths with this trope when Scrooge visits a BadFuture where Magica de Spell, after taking over his business (and the city along with it) changed the name of [=McDuck=] Enterprises to "Magica [=McDuck=] Enterprises," for [[ShipTease some unexplained reason]].
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Archer}}'' featured a HoYay version of this with [[spoiler: [[SingleTargetSexuality Lucas Troy]], Archer's best friend, trying to come up with what their names would be if they took each other's last names... while hunting Lana and Cyril]].