->''"You know the difference between a slut and a bitch? A slut will screw anyone. A bitch will screw anyone but '''you.'''''"

So there's this one girl. You know the one. The one who ReallyGetsAround. She'll jump into bed with just about anyone who asks. She… well, she just really likes having the sex. You get the point.

But this girl, who will [[YiddishAsASecondLanguage schtup]] [[AnythingThatMoves men, women,]] [[ExtremeOmnisexual and most species of plants]], is utterly unobtainable for this one character. That character doesn't have to be the protagonist, and, in fact, rarely is. Most of the time this is used to demonstrate that the character's sad and pathetic--after all, if Betty Bangs-A-Lot won't kiss him, he must be pretty crummy at this life thing. This is almost always used as a comedy gag, largely because it's too depressing to contemplate under any other circumstances. Think of it as [[EveryoneHasStandards Even Sluttiness Has Standards]].

More rarely, on the other hand, it can be used to demonstrate quite the opposite. Sometimes the reason the promiscuous character refuses to have their usual mindless, consequence-free sexytimes with one target is that [[CantActPervertedTowardALoveInterest just this once, she's holding out for something more meaningful]].

Can cross over with EntitledToHaveYou, when the rejected dude feels that because the woman in question sleeps with "everyone" she has an obligation to sleep with him.

Note that, pronoun-laced description aside, this trope is ''not'' AlwaysFemale and also works perfectly well with man whores.



[[folder:Anime & Manga]]
* In ''Anime/PantyAndStockingWithGarterbelt'', Panty has sex with nearly everyone but Brief. She did offer him sex once, but Brief thought it was going too fast. Panty dropped the option right then. [[spoiler:She does try and do it with him once she finds out that he's BeautifulAllAlong, but by then her hymen's rebuilt and damn-near impenetrable. They finally do the deed in the last episode, which restores her powers.]]

[[folder:Comic Books]]
* In Creator/NeilGaiman's 2006 relaunch of ''ComicBook/TheEternals'', [[Really700YearsOld Sprite]], while explaining that his motives boil down to being really sick of being [[NotGrowingUpSucks stuck in a prepubescent body]], notes that he's the only male Eternal with whom Sersi hasn't slept.
* In ''Venerdì 12'', this is the dynamic Aldo had with his girlfriend Bedelia (who had so many lovers that in high school she already referred to them with the number she had them tattoo on their inner thigh next to the "best before" date). It was hinted, and eventually confirmed, it was completely Aldo's fault: whenever ''she'' tried he'd either miss the hints or gross her out, and when she went at his home to have sex the day before she planned to dump him she flat-out told him she wanted to have sex... And he locked himself in the bathroom out of shyness.

[[folder:Fan Fiction]]
* The [[Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion Evangelion]] [[{{Hentai}} H-]]{{fanfic}} ''The A.L.I.A.S. Vignettes'' has Asuka finding a really creative way to torture Shinji: whenever she has a date, she drags the poor shmuck back home, throws Shinji out of his room then does the deed in there, knowing full well that Shinji is within earshot. And she's not doing this because she's a slut, she's doing this purely [[ForTheEvulz out of sadism]].
* A major plot point of the'' {{Naruto}}'' {{fanfic}} ''[[http://www.fanfiction.net/s/5012103/1/ That Look]]'', in which Anko sleeps with everyone in Konoha but Naruto, and even reacts violently whenever he so much as ''touches'' her... After she gets him drunk and climbs naked into bed with him. And she seems to believe that he's in the wrong when he disapproves of her actions.
* In the [[Series/{{Sherlock}} Sherlock]] fanfiction series ''[[http://archiveofourown.org/series/13034 The Art Of Seduction]]'', Sherlock is a gay "seduction consultant" and John is his gay flatmate. Sherlock goes to gay bars with John to pick up men and have sex with them (for one time only) so he can perform experiments about seducing people. It is mentioned many times that Sherlock has had sex with most of London's male population... at least, every man but John. John believes this is because Sherlock lives with him and just doesn't want to make things awkward with sex. [[spoiler: Sherlock later explains that when he started living with John, he was doing an experiment about having sex with someone who had time to know more about him as a person and not just a good shag. After some time had passed, Sherlock abandoned the experiment because despite the fact that he does want to have sex with John, he was afraid he may treat John, his OnlyFriend, like all the other men and lose interest afterward.]]
** During the events of the second story in the series, [[spoiler: after Jim's attack on John, Sherlock goes on the offensive about finally having sex with John]]. When the third story starts, [[spoiler: they are in the midst of doing the deed]], and by the end of that story, [[spoiler: they have a RelationshipUpgrade]].
* ''FanFic/PleaseStopEatingTheHellButterflies'': Kurosaki Ichigo is a massive man whore who has slept with just about every character in the story...except Gin. To be perfectly fair to Ichigo, that has less to do with him personally, and more to do with how Gin's attempts to get into his bed leave ''much'' to be desired. Yamamoto himself outright states on the list that if Gin stopped being a creepy StalkerWithACrush, Ichigo probably ''would'' sleep with him.

* ''Film/KissKissBangBang'': Harmony slept with everyone except Harry when they were in school together. (Even Chook Chutney!)
* This is a major plot point/source of gags in ''Film/TheManWithTwoBrains''. After Creator/SteveMartin marries Kathleen Turner's GoldDigger, she won't consummate the marriage, but she'll do just about anyone else.
%%* ''Film/BoogieNights'': Little Bill's wife.
* ''Film/AMillionWaysToDieInTheWest'' takes this trope to ridiculous levels with Ruth, a prostitute who sleeps with 10 guys on a slow day, but won't have sex with her boyfriend Edward because they're Christians and she wants to wait until marriage.
* In the movie ''Film/{{Innerspace}}'', nebbish hero Jack Putter's dysfunctional love interest Wendy idly remarks on the irony of her sleeping with just about everyone he knows except him when he's the one guy she might actually like. At the end, after he's [[TookALevelInBadass taken a level in badass]] and she tentatively suggests they start dating ("Jack, I think we should try dating. Maybe not exclusively at first, at least for me, but... "), [[spoiler:he brushes her aside with a quick "not a chance" before moving on to his next adventure]].
* In ''Trucker'', [[Creator/NathanFillion Runner]] calls [[{{Tomboy}} Diane]] out on this fact, although her reason for not sleeping with him is a pretty damn good one considering he's married, but his frustration comes from her blatant refusal to acknowledge the fact that they have a thing for each other, not simply because she won't sleep with him.
* In ''Film/JingleAllTheWay,'' Sinbad's character, a mailman, complains about having to pay alimony to his ex-wife, who slept with everyone at the post office [[SexlessMarriage except for him]].
* In ''Dangerous Beauty'', [[HighClassCallGirl courtesan]] Veronica Franco sleeps with a very high percentage of the Venetian aristocracy, but refuses Maffio Venier, since he cannot afford her. He resents this, which becomes very important to the plot later.
* Becomes a major plot point in ''Hangin' with the Homeboys''. Johnny, the naive member of four when it comes to dealing with women, falls in love with a seemingly GirlNextDoor type. He convinces himself that she's innocent and virginal. Later in the film, [[spoiler: he discovers that she does porn films and has quite the reputation with guys in the community. It seems like every guy in the know, including Vinny, knew about her and possibly had sex with her in the past. What makes it worse is that Johnny actually runs into her at a party and catchers her dancing erotically with Vinny which pisses him off. She lets Johnny know that he was only in the friend zone, before his outburst of jealousy ruined even that.]]

%%* TropeNamer might be this joke: What's the difference between a slut and a bitch? - A slut sleeps with everyone, a bitch SleepsWithEveryoneButYou.
%%* An insult about "not being able to get laid in a whorehouse" comes to mind.

* ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'': A side character (whose face is covered with boils) reminisces about his boyhood in a small village. As a teenager, he spent hours gathering flowers for a girl in the village who had the "town slut" reputation. When he presented them to her, she laughed at him. So he killed her, and was exiled to the Night's Watch.
* ''Literature/TheCulture''
** In ''Literature/UseOfWeapons'', Diziet Sma, TheHandler, is definitely a GoodBadGirl (which makes sense, since the Culture is the epitome of FetishFuelFuture). That being said, the one person she won't sleep with is the novel's other protagonist, the sociopathic badass Zakalawe. It's hard to tell if this is because she wants to keep the relationship professional or is somewhat turned off by him. But it's not for lack of trying on his part.
** This is part of what drives the protagonist of ''Literature/ThePlayerOfGames'' so nuts that he embarks on the epic journey that constitutes the plot. It should be noted that this is in the Culture, which is ridiculously sexually liberated (the hero is widely considered a bit odd because he has never changed sex!), which makes the snub even more annoying than usual. She does at least give him her reason when he asks, and he has trouble denying it; she gets the feeling that he's such an obsessive gamer that he treats their relationship like one, and thinks of her more as a piece to be taken than as a person he wants to have sex with. [[spoiler: When he returns home at the end, she's ecstatic to see him and hints that she missed him so much she might have changed her mind]]
* There's a short by Fukazawa Shichiro with this premise. The main character is a Jinmu (a derogatory term for second born son), in a village where second born are treated like livestock (they aren't even allowed to have sex, ever). One man who feels guilty for killing a Jinmu once, leaves a will behind before dying declaring that his wife must sleep with every Jinmu in the village. Guess who's the only one left out.
* In the novel ''Literature/SuperFolks'', David Brinkley's ex-crush is known to have slept with every superhero except him. In this case, however, it wasn't because of any sort of disgust (indeed, it's implied she would have, if he'd tried) so much as him never thinking to go for it.
* In ''Literature/TheSunAlsoRises'', this is true between Brett (the girl) and Jake. Zigzagged in that they are in love with each other, and Brett would very happily jump his bones if he hadn't [[TheLoinsSleepTonight lost them to some sort of war injury]].

[[folder:Live-Action TV]]
* Penny from ''Series/TheBigBangTheory'' has slept with dozens of men, including Leonard and almost Raj (they get drunk and wake up together, but it's later revealed he was too drunk to actually accomplish the deed), and even Sheldon has at least seen her naked. Even she, however, refuses to sleep with Howard, [[CasanovaWannabe who fancies himself a Casanova]].
-->'''Penny''': I know you think you're some sort of smooth-talking ladies' man, but the truth is, you are just pathetic and creepy.\\
'''Howard''': Um, so what are you saying?\\
'''Penny''': I am saying it is not a compliment to call me doable. It's not sexy to stare at my ass and say, "Ooh, it must be jelly 'cause jam don't shake like that." And most important, we are not dancing a tango, we're not to'ing and fro'ing. Nothing is ever going to happen between us EVER!\\
'''Howard''': Wait a minute. This isn't flirting, you're serious!\\
'''Penny''': Flirting? You think I'm flirting with you? I am not flirting with you, no woman is ever gonna flirt with you, you're just gonna grow old and die alone.
* In ''Series/{{Lexx}}'', Zev/Xev is a love slave with an unshakeable libido - but she refuses to have anything whatsoever to do with Stanley, whom she sees as repugnant. Ironically, she herself fails to bang anyone, since her choice of lovers tend to be killed, are already dead, is a disembodied robot head, or is Stanley.
* Stuart in the British version of ''Series/QueerAsFolk'' will sleep with anyone (once) except Vince. Vince's mother says it's because Stuart's "saving him" for when they're both old. They do eventually settle down with each other, but it takes the run of the show to get them there.
** Happens in the US version as well. Though Michael gets over Brian eventually, and they both settle down with other people.
* ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'': Jadzia Dax actively dates men of all species ([[BiTheWay also a woman in one episode]]) but will not sleep with Dr. Julian Bashir, who has a huge crush on her. The fact that Julian comes on very strong very quickly doesn't help; she seems to prefer the strong silent type to the overeager schoolboy type. Ezri Dax, who inherits Jadzia's memories, at one point tells him that if Jadzia hadn't married Worf, she would have given him a shot, which lends credence to the theory that it is his approach more than anything that puts her off and she is more interested in him once he stops trying so hard.
* Gina from ''Series/TheGeorgeLopezShow'' will sleep with AnythingThatMoves... anything, that is, that can get past the initial nausea. At one point, Ernie decides he's finally gotten desperate enough to make a pass at her, which she turns down.
-->'''Gina''': I guess I have standards. Hey, I'm as surprised as you!
* Male example in Owen of ''Series/{{Torchwood}}''. He sleeps around quite a bit, even having affairs with two of his coworkers (one of whom was in a relationship at the time), but never even notices Tosh who is madly in love with him. He even calls her on it in "A Day in the Death."
-->'''Owen''': For some reason you want me. You know I don't know why, but you always have -- always looking at me, watching me screw all those other women, your heart breaking.
* Subverted on ''Series/{{Frasier}}''. Roz gets all over every man as soon as she sets eyes on him, but doesn't get with Frasier. However, both of them know this is because they don't want to hurt each other's friendship. In fact, when she finally ''does'' have a fling with him, both of them panic about it the next day.
** This is explored in one episode when Roz starts a relationship with a psychiatrist who mentored Frasier through college and who is similar to him in many ways, prompting Frasier to be uncomfortable around him after he inadvertently catches them together at her apartment one night. He comes to realize that he's actually sublimating his jealousy about this trope (although she gets tetchy when he initially tries to phrase it in these terms), since he'd previously been able to comfortably rationalize the situation with the assumption that he simply wasn't her type but has now received confirmation that he ''could'' be.
--->'''Roz:''' Frasier, did you ever stop to think there may be something special about not being picked?\\
'''Frasier:''' Roz, that didn't work when I was cut from pee-wee football, it's not gonna work now.
* [[EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep The Waitress]] in ''Series/ItsAlwaysSunnyInPhiladelphia'' will slip into anyone's bed when she's drunk, even Frank's. Anyone except Charlie (inverting RomanceOnTheSet, since they're married in real life.) At least part of it is because [[CantActPervertedTowardALoveInterest Charlie refuses to take advantage of her]] [[{{Asexuality}} and according to a deleted scene, may not even be interested in sex]]. The other part is because he's her creepy StalkerWithACrush. [[spoiler:Eventually rectified in Season 12, when Charlie tells her that for him, there is no one like her.]]
* Laurie from ''Series/That70sShow'', after marrying Fez, refuses to sleep with him. She'll sleep with everyone else during this time and he calls her out on it. Ironically enough she did sleep with him once and only once, before they married.
** Big Rhonda, also towards Fez, but of the "holding out for something more" variation. She's been with a lot of guys, but Fez is more special and she wants to wait. Fez...does not.
* Occurs in the ''Series/ColdCase'' episode "Rampage".
* In the first season of ''Series/TrueBlood,'' Jason Stackhouse will pretty much bang anything female... except Tara, who has a huge crush on him. Of course, considering what happens to the rest of his conquests, that may not be a bad thing for Tara.
** It might be more that Tara's his sister's best friend and they grew up together; it would feel like bedding Sookie.
* A victim on an episode of ''Series/{{Psych}}'' would have sex with everyone but the killer, who was more or less a StalkerWithACrush, resulting in said murder.
* The titular hero of ''Series/{{Arrow}}'' has slept with nearly every eligible female character- except [[GirlFriday Felicity.]] This seems to lean more towards the "actually caring" side of the trope:
-->'''Oliver:''' (to Felicity) Because of the life that I lead, I just think that it's better to not be with someone that I could really care about.
* Madalena's taste in ''Series/{{Galavant}}'' is pretty much anyone but Richard.
* In ''Series/AllyMcBeal'', Ally's secretary Elaine is notorious for her oozing sexuality and flirting with every men around. She is sued by her friend nicknamed Peanut who feels she intentionally humiliated him. Eventually his issues are revealed -- he's in love with her and thinks everyone is her type but him. They manage to patch things up and he drops the lawsuit, though she doesn't like him back in that way. Interestingly, later seasons imply Elaine doesn't sleep around and has problems finding a relationship.

[[folder:Mythology & Folklore]]
* Myth/ClassicalMythology (and all variations thereof) gives us the Aphrodite who was widely known for bedding gods/mortals/anything with a penis EXCEPT her husband Hephaestus. Zeus dodges this by taking the "Sleeps with Everyone AND You" approach when it came to Hera (though it didn't help much in [[WomanScorned Hera's]] eyes as it is unclear if they ever had anything going on after their 300-year wedding night). Of course, Zeus still didn't sleep with Thetis, due to a certain prophecy stating that she will only bear sons stronger than their fathers. He instead did the smarter and married her to a mortal- as she is a deity, any child she has with a mortal will by default be stronger than the father.

* Music/NinjaSexParty's song "Dragon Slayer" is about the singer trying to go home with a girl at a party by telling outrageously BlatantLies. In the end, the girl decides to go home with everyone except the singer.
* The Music/BlueOysterCult explore this trope, memorably, in "Eyes On Fire":
-->At the stroke of midnight, staring at the phone'\\
For the millionth time I'm all alone;\\
I'm the guy she turns to, when her lovers leave,\\
I'm the wild card she's got up her sleeve;\\
But she don't look at me with\\
Eyes on fire, glowing like coals in the night;\\
Hungry eyes, burning with love and desire...

* In [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=boBwLh8YTDc "Sexy Soda Pop"]], Cindy Margolis [[TakeOurWordForIt explains this to a guy who's trying impress and seduce her with cocaine]]. She then [[AmbiguousSyntax does the coke with the guys]] she actually has sex with.
* The Hush Sound "I Could Love You Much Better" in which the singer complains about this. Set to an upbeat tune, with a hint of {{Tsundere}}.
--> While you kiss everybody but me \\
I just sit back and watch \\
Oh but one day soon I'm gonna grab you by the collar \\
And kiss you all I want

* Wrestlng/ChrisJericho cut [[OnceAnEpisode numerous]] promos regarding Wrestling/StephanieMcMahon being a slut, one promo suggesting that she had slept with "three quarters of the locker room, and the lighting crew, and the camera crew, and the sound technicians, and the stage hands, and the prop guys, and the merchandise sellers and [[MyFriendsAndZoidberg the popcorn vendor in the 15th row]]! Congratulations, Louie!", followed with saying she'd slept with everyone on the planet earth, before bringing out members of Film/PlanetOfTheApes2001. Everyone however, did not include Jericho, leading to some FoeYay sexual tension.

[[folder:Tabletop RPG]]
* A very special porn star in ''TabletopGame/UnknownArmies''. Often referred to in the fandom as TWECHBY - The Woman Everyone Can Have But You.

* In ''Theatre/{{Seminar}}'', the only guy Izzy doesn't sleep with (at least during the course of the play) is [[spoiler:Douglas. This is rather ironic, first because Izzy is using Douglas for his connections in the literary world, (and you'd think a little action would make that easier) and because Douglas is probably more attractive than the other guys in the play. (And unlike the teacher she sleeps with, isn't old enough to be her father).]]

[[folder:Video Games]]
* In ''VideoGame/TooHuman'', Freya (Goddess of Love) rightfully has a reputation for jumping in bed with just about anyone, and indeed goes to some length to lure the main character to her bed (unsuccessfully, but that's mostly because he's too busy trying to avenge his recently-dead wife). The only one who actually calls her out on this, however, is the ever-brash Thor, who refers to her as 'The whore of the Gods', and accuses her of having 'been' with every man in the hall (it was during a council-meeting of the entire Aesir Corporation.) To this, she snarkily replied "Aye, I've been with every man here, but I've not been with YOU. Not that you'd know what to do with me." The hall is leveled with laughter as Thor splutters angrily.
* In ''[[VideoGame/DarkSeed Dark Seed II]]'', [[spoiler:Mike Dawson discovers his murdered ex-girlfriend has slept with pretty much every man in town except him. Admittedly, this is an awful thing to find out about your significant other, but [[ManChild he still doesn't have a very mature reaction to this.]]]]
* During Act 3 in ''VideoGame/DragonAgeII'', Hawke encounters Emile De Launcet, a disgusting little man who claims to have escaped the Circle so that he can have sex with a woman. Hawke can offer [[ReallyGetsAround Isabela's]] services in exchange for his return to the Circle, at which point Isabela refuses, saying that she does have some standards.
* This is the gist of Shaundi's romance scene in ''VideoGame/SaintsRowIV''; when the Boss asks why he or she was the only person Shaundi never gave a tumble, her response is "You never asked for one." [[spoiler:This is very quickly remedied.]]

[[folder:Web Comics]]
* Lorraine to Bud, in ''Webcomic/NineteenSeventySevenTheComic''. Although they put this right when they meet again in later life, long after 1977.
* Used several times in ''Webcomic/SomethingPositive'' to emphasize how ugly Davan [[InformedDeformity is supposed to be]].
* Jodie in ''Webcomic/{{Loserz}}'' has slept with virtually every person her age, of both genders, in the entire zip code. ''Except'' for her two best friends, Ben and Eric. Oddly enough, this isn't even used to lampshade how pathetic they must be (although they are both geeks): Even at their horniest and loneliest, even if they're all ''stoned'', neither of them seems to even ''think'' of asking Jodie for sex, or vice versa. Its just not in their mental universe at all. All three of them are just ''that deep'' in each other's Friend Zone. At least it's mutual.
* ''WebComic/MagickChicks'': Faith has a raging libido and has slept with much of the student body at Artemis, excluding her secretary, [[http://www.magickchicks.com/strips-mc/stinkweed Sandi]], who's been permanently [[JustFriends friendzoned]]. Plus, Faith is also dating/banging Ash and she's fallen in love with [[spoiler: [[FoeRomanceSubtext Tiffany.]]]] With all of the competition in the way, [[HopelessSuitor Sandi doesn't have a chance.]]
* In the backstory of ''Webcomic/{{Shadowgirls}}'', teenaged Charon ([[MyNaymeIs pronounced "Sharon")]] was portrayed as going through every bad boy in Innsmouth, while using her best friend, Jackson, as an emotional backstop when those flings inevitably went sour. When Jackson finally has enough and tells her off, Charon tells him that she would've turned to him... eventually. It's implied that they do actually get together later... just in time for Charon to [[StarCrossedLovers disappear and return, amnesiac and pregnant]].
* ''Webcomic/KarinDou4koma'': LoveableSexManiac Elza refuses to have sex with Mifi because of Mifi's VirginPower as shaman of her [[LastOfHisKind perished tribe]]. The result is an extremely sexually frustrated maid who constantly begs her master for sex, with the occasional ''attempted rape''.
-->'''Elza:''' That tribe perished, leaving Mifi as the last priestess. That said, she must stay pure, or else her powers will disappear. If she loses her purity, just to satisfy myself, Mifi's tribe will perish in a different meaning. If it wasn't for that, I wouldn't be showing any restraint...\\
'''Seren:''' (Why is she a good person under ''this'' circumstance?)
* "Union" Jackie in ''WebComic/{{Fans}}'', towards Will. Since Jackie was also something of an AttentionWhore, she ''also'' had a tendency to try and monopolise Will's attention while practically rubbing it in his face that he wouldn't get anywhere with her, to the point where she at one point showily rejected him in front of everyone only to also showily start flirting with someone else in his presence. Unfortunately, this ended up backfiring on her, since his friends -- who, since she was deep down rather lonely, she'd also started to think of as her friends -- bluntly pointed out that they didn't like her very much as a direct result of this cruelty, and when she did try to seriously pursue him (albeit still more for her own narcissistic reasons than a genuine interest in him) he eventually overcame his initial feelings and rejected her for someone else, leaving her alone.

[[folder:Web Original]]
* This is [[WesternAnimation/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame Frollo]]'s plight in ''WebOriginal/TheFrolloShow'' - he loves [[Anime/PantyAndStockingWithGarterbelt Panty]], who is well known to have slept with [[AllWomenAreLustful at least 1000 men]], but Frollo is apparently below her total lack of standards.

[[folder:Western Animation]]
* ''WesternAnimation/CloneHigh'' has great fun with this with Cleo's many references to sexual escapades, yet Abe has to jump through several incredibly difficult hoops to get anywhere near sex, even after he becomes her boyfriend.
* ''WesternAnimation/TitanMaximum'': Sasha sleeps with just about everyone. And yet, she finds team nerd Willie utterly repulsive. He worships her and dreams about one day touching "her left, or, even better, right, boob!"
* Gigi from ''WesternAnimation/HarveyBirdmanAttorneyAtLaw''. Harvey becomes frustrated that this continues even after they marry. Not that it stops Gigi from claiming Harvey fathered her baby.
* A variant in ''WesternAnimation/{{Metalocalypse}}''. Dethklok, being Dethklok, is besieged with women who will do unspeakable sexual things with every member of the band... except [[NobodyLovesTheBassist Murderface]], the bass guitarist so ugly and unpersonable that being in a band that can raise mythological monsters and change the very nature of reality still isn't enough to get him laid. Not even the female roadies (who are all loyal to the band) will sleep with him.
* ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'':
** Seemingly, every teen-aged boy in Quahog will sleep with any teen-aged girl... except Meg Griffin, who is portrayed as so hideously ugly that boys will go out of their way ''not'' to have sex with her; several have taken extreme measures to avoid the humiliation of having "scored" with Megan. Usually this is implied, such as the hunk who, after Meg asks him to a dance, ''kills his own little brother'' just so he can use the funeral as an excuse to avoid going with her.
** Quagmire, [[RuleOfFunny who's even made multiple passes to Meg,]] refuses to have sex with Peter's boss Angela.
* In ''WesternAnimation/ClerksTheAnimatedSeries'', Caitlin Bree chases AnythingThatMoves -- even a [[CargoShip Ferris wheel]] in the final episode -- but still won't give Dante the time of day.
* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Sealab 2021}}'', (white) Debbie will sleep with anyone and everyone... except good-looking but idiotic Stormy. Apparently she once told him she was [[BlatantLies saving herself for marriage]].
* Michele of ''WesternAnimation/HeyJoel''.
-->'''Michele''': Oh God, why do I always sleep with my friends?\\
'''Joel''': Maybe you just wanted to take your friendship to the next level?\\
'''Michele''': Some friendships are already at the perfect level.