: The Casanova
who can and will sleep with anyone he likes.
- Straight: Bob has slept with many, many people.
- Bob has slept with everyone within his city block. Yes, everyone.
- Bob has slept with God himself.
- Bob has slept with people in different universes.
- Downplayed: Bob lives in a Polyandry that has a sexually active life. Sure Bob's gotten plenty, but so has everybody.
- He uses mind control, pheromones or the like to control people to his whims.
- He is a very perverted Reality Warper.
- He has the power to fix people's problems just by having sex with them and is quite famous for it.
- Bob is a Shape Shifter who tricks people into sleeping with him.
- Subverted: Bob is an incredibly magnetic but ultimately Celibate Hero.
- Double Subverted: Or so he says, right before hitting the skins.
- Parodied: Bob is a Gonk who has slept with everyone within 20 miles of his house.
- Zig Zagged: Bob appears to be doing everybody. But he's really just a great party organizer. He does a lot of people at/after the parties, though.
- Averted: Sometimes Bob gets lucky, sometimes he doesn't.
- Lampshaded: "There's Bob. Running and banging everybody."
- Invoked: Bob realizes he could use something that would let him get laid, and let his more perverted side take over.
- Exploited: An Omnicidal Maniac uses Bob to spread a sexually-transmitted plague.
- Defied: Bob realizes the negative impact of sleeping with everybody, and refuses to manipulate things that direction.
- Discussed: ???
- Conversed: "How did the guy from that show convince all the cute girls in his class to sleep with him?"
- Implied: No sex is ever depicted, but Bob is shown literally carving notches in his bedpost (perhaps to the point the wood is so hacked and battered he needs a new one).
- Deconstructed: Bob sleeps with anyone who'll have him because he was brought up to think that's what men do.
- Reconstructed: Because of his upbringing, Bob only sees worth in himself by the number of people he's slept with.
- Played For Laughs: Bob sleeps with anyone and everyone—and we know this because every time someone turns a corner, opens a door, etc. everywhere they go, they catch him at it.
- Played For Drama: Bob sleeps with so many people that he leaves countless children in his wake (or else something else). The consequences of this, financially, emotionally, and socially, are then explored with serious and painful detail for all involved.
Pull your pants back up
and go back to Lemon Stu