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* This old joke:
-->'''Airport Official:''' Your name, sir?\\
'''Immigrant:''' Abdul Al Razhib.\\
'''A.O.:''' Sex?\\
'''Immigrant:''' Three to five times a week.\\
'''A.O.:''' No, no, I mean: male or female?\\
'''Immigrant:''' Yes... male, female, sometimes camel.\\
'''A.O.:''' Holy cow!\\
'''Immigrant:''' Yes... cow, dog, even sheep.\\
'''A.O.:''' But isn't that hostile?\\
'''Immigrant:''' Horse style, doggy style, any style!\\
'''A.O.:''' Oh dear!\\
'''Immigrant:''' No, no... deer run too fast!
* Creator/EmoPhillips said "My schoolmates would make love to anything that moved, but I never saw any reason to limit myself."
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* Elliot from the web novel [[http://sarahtales.livejournal.com/218141.html The Turn of the Story]] is a mild version of this. He doesn't hit on everyone, but he's open-minded about potential romantic/sexual partners and ''extremely'' comfortable with fantastical cross-species flings, much to the bafflement of his friends.
-->'''Luke''': Oh, my God. Don't tell me you would let one of those creatures touch you!

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* Elliot from the web novel [[http://sarahtales.livejournal.com/218141.html The Turn In ''Literature/BreakfastAtTiffanys'' (set in 1943-4), Holly Golightly advocates this behavior:
-->'''Holly:''' I'd settle for [Greta] Garbo any day. Why not? A person ought to be able to marry men or women or-- listen, if you came to me and said you wanted to hitch up with a Man o' War, I'd respect your feeling. No, I'm serious. Love should be allowed. I'm all for it. Now that I know what it is.
* Probably describes a large portion
of the Story]] is a mild version human population of this. He doesn't hit on everyone, but the world of ''Literature/{{Cerberon}}'', considering the number and variety of {{Half Human Hybrid}}s encountered. George, from RegencyEngland, might also qualify, as he's open-minded about potential romantic/sexual shamelessly attracted to a [[OurCentaursAreDifferent centauress]].
* In Tanya Huff's ''Literature/ConfederationOfValor'' series, Taykan in the di' phase are the most enthusiastically undiscriminating species in the known galaxy, and will gladly sleep with anyone they see. However, once their pheromone masker comes off, so does any choice on the other side. It goes to the point that a simple "Fuck you!" becomes an offer.
* ''Literature/CountToTheEschaton'': Nymph culture was based on sexual intercourse. They have words according to how often they copulate with someone--and no word at all for someone they haven't copulated with at all--especially since a formal greeting is an invitation to sexual intercourse. Normally, a man's first intercourse is [[ParentalIncest with his mother]]. All
partners and ''extremely'' comfortable with fantastical cross-species flings, much appear to be human by some standard--though the bafflement extent of bioengineering makes it a very loose standard. (There are some people who do not fit. They are given a chance to cryogenically sleep until they are needed.)
* Greebo in the ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'' novels has been noted to give
his friends.
-->'''Luke''': Oh, my God. Don't tell me you would let one
amorous attentions to female members of those creatures touch you!species other than his own (cats), including several that should by all rights have some degree of say in the matter, such as wolves. Judging by his actions (and the reactions of other people) when he's temporarily transformed into a human, it's implied that he may just be ''that good'' at it.



* The protagonist in ''Literature/TheWarAgainstTheChtorr'' has this to say about an incidental character.
-->Clayton Jones--big and beefy; he'd been a college football star or something. He was always grinning and slapping people on the back, and fucking everything that moved or even looked like it was capable of movement or had maybe thought about moving once.
** Jim [=McCarthy=] himself becomes this during the time he spends with a cult.
* In Tanya Huff's ''Literature/ConfederationOfValor'' series, Taykan in the di' phase are the most enthusiastically undiscriminating species in the known galaxy, and will gladly sleep with anyone they see. However, once their pheromone masker comes off, so does any choice on the other side. It goes to the point that a simple "Fuck you!" becomes an offer.



* Magnus Bane from ''Literature/TheMortalInstruments'' and ''Literature/TheInfernalDevices'' has been with men, women, warlocks, vampires, humans, fey, and the occasional djinn, which does show that he does go for anything. Except mermaids. They smell like seaweed.
* The Lady Faire, from the ''Literature/SecretHistories'', was a male/female merged creation ''designed'' to be this by Baron Frankenstein. The annual Ball s/he throws for his/her numerous ex-lovers is attended by men, women, elves, demons, aliens, robots, assorted humanoid or not-so-humanoid fantastic creatures, and even the Living Shroud, who doesn't seem corporeal enough to ''have'' sex.



* Probably describes a large portion of the human population of the world of ''Literature/{{Cerberon}}'', considering the number and variety of {{Half Human Hybrid}}s encountered. George, from RegencyEngland, might also qualify, as he's shamelessly attracted to a [[OurCentaursAreDifferent centauress]].
* ''Literature/CountToTheEschaton'': Nymph culture was based on sexual intercourse. They have words according to how often they copulate with someone--and no word at all for someone they haven't copulated with at all--especially since a formal greeting is an invitation to sexual intercourse. Normally, a man's first intercourse is [[ParentalIncest with his mother]]. All partners appear to be human by some standard--though the extent of bioengineering makes it a very loose standard. (There are some people who do not fit. They are given a chance to cryogenically sleep until they are needed.)
* The Lady Faire, from the ''Literature/SecretHistories'', was a male/female merged creation ''designed'' to be this by Baron Frankenstein. The annual Ball s/he throws for his/her numerous ex-lovers is attended by men, women, elves, demons, aliens, robots, assorted humanoid or not-so-humanoid fantastic creatures, and even the Living Shroud, who doesn't seem corporeal enough to ''have'' sex.
* Greebo in the ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'' novels has been noted to give his amorous attentions to female members of species other than his own (cats), including several that should by all rights have some degree of say in the matter, such as wolves. Judging by his actions (and the reactions of other people) when he's temporarily transformed into a human, it's implied that he may just be ''that good'' at it.
* Magnus Bane from ''Literature/TheMortalInstruments'' and ''Literature/TheInfernalDevices'' has been with men, women, warlocks, vampires, humans, fey, and the occasional djinn, which does show that he does go for anything. Except mermaids. They smell like seaweed.
* In ''Literature/BreakfastAtTiffanys'' (set in 1943-4), Holly Golightly advocates this behavior:
-->'''Holly:''' I'd settle for [Greta] Garbo any day. Why not? A person ought to be able to marry men or women or-- listen, if you came to me and said you wanted to hitch up with a Man o' War, I'd respect your feeling. No, I'm serious. Love should be allowed. I'm all for it. Now that I know what it is.

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* Probably describes a large portion of the human population of the world of ''Literature/{{Cerberon}}'', considering the number and variety of {{Half Human Hybrid}}s encountered. George, from RegencyEngland, might also qualify, as he's shamelessly attracted to a [[OurCentaursAreDifferent centauress]].
* ''Literature/CountToTheEschaton'': Nymph culture was based on sexual intercourse. They have words according to how often they copulate with someone--and no word at all for someone they haven't copulated with at all--especially since a formal greeting is an invitation to sexual intercourse. Normally, a man's first intercourse is [[ParentalIncest with his mother]]. All partners appear to be human by some standard--though the extent of bioengineering makes it a very loose standard. (There are some people who do not fit. They are given a chance to cryogenically sleep until they are needed.)
* The Lady Faire,
Elliot from the ''Literature/SecretHistories'', was a male/female merged creation ''designed'' to be this by Baron Frankenstein. web novel ''[[http://sarahtales.livejournal.com/218141.html The annual Ball s/he throws for his/her numerous ex-lovers is attended by men, women, elves, demons, aliens, robots, assorted humanoid or not-so-humanoid fantastic creatures, and even Turn of the Living Shroud, who Story]]'' is a mild version of this. He doesn't seem corporeal enough to ''have'' sex.
* Greebo in the ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'' novels has been noted to give his amorous attentions to female members of species other than his own (cats), including several that should by all rights have some degree of say in the matter, such as wolves. Judging by his actions (and the reactions of other people) when
hit on everyone, but he's temporarily transformed into open-minded about potential romantic/sexual partners and ''extremely'' comfortable with fantastical cross-species flings, much to the bafflement of his friends.
-->'''Luke:''' Oh, my God. Don't tell me you would let one of those creatures touch you!
* The protagonist in ''Literature/TheWarAgainstTheChtorr'' has this to say about an incidental character.
-->Clayton Jones--big and beefy; he'd been
a human, it's implied college football star or something. He was always grinning and slapping people on the back, and fucking everything that he may just be ''that good'' at it.
* Magnus Bane from ''Literature/TheMortalInstruments'' and ''Literature/TheInfernalDevices'' has been with men, women, warlocks, vampires, humans, fey, and the occasional djinn, which does show that he does go for anything. Except mermaids. They smell
moved or even looked like seaweed.
* In ''Literature/BreakfastAtTiffanys'' (set in 1943-4), Holly Golightly advocates
it was capable of movement or had maybe thought about moving once.
** Jim [=McCarthy=] himself becomes
this behavior:
-->'''Holly:''' I'd settle for [Greta] Garbo any day. Why not? A person ought to be able to marry men or women or-- listen, if you came to me and said you wanted to hitch up
during the time he spends with a Man o' War, I'd respect your feeling. No, I'm serious. Love should be allowed. I'm all for it. Now that I know what it is.cult.



* ''Series/{{Blackadder}} II'': The Baby-eating Bishop of Bath and Wells.
-->'''Bishop:''' You see, I am a colossal pervert. No form of sexual depravity is too low for me. Animal, vegetable or mineral--I'll ''do'' anything ''to'' anything.\\
'''Blackadder:''' Fine words for a bishop. Nice to hear the church speaking out for a change on social issues.



* ''Series/{{Torchwood}}'', Captain Jack's HotterAndSexier spinoff from ''Series/DoctorWho'', pushes this trope to its natural limit.
** Jack himself, same as ever. Though he does eventually get in a committed relationship with a human man.
--->'''Gwen:''' Have you ever eaten alien meat?\\

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* ** ''Series/{{Torchwood}}'', Captain Jack's HotterAndSexier spinoff from ''Series/DoctorWho'', pushes this trope to its natural limit.
** *** Jack himself, same as ever. Though he does eventually get in a committed relationship with a human man.
--->'''Gwen:''' ---->'''Gwen:''' Have you ever eaten alien meat?\\



** There's also Captain Jack's ex-boyfriend, John Hart.
--->'''Capt. John:''' ''[eager]'' Oh, that's ''gorgeous!''\\

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** *** There's also Captain Jack's ex-boyfriend, John Hart.
--->'''Capt.---->'''Capt. John:''' ''[eager]'' Oh, that's ''gorgeous!''\\



* ''Series/{{Blackadder}} II'': the Baby-eating Bishop of Bath and Wells.
-->'''Bishop:''' You see, I am a colossal pervert. No form of sexual depravity is too low for me. Animal, vegetable or mineral--I'll ''do'' anything ''to'' anything.\\
'''Blackadder:''' Fine words for a bishop. Nice to hear the church speaking out for a change on social issues.

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* ''Series/{{Blackadder}} II'': [[SpellMyNameWithAThe The]] Todd from ''{{Series/Scrubs}}'' "appreciates hotness, regardless of gender" and "accepts all applicants, regardless of age or disability". And if he can't find a bedmate to do it with, he'll just ''do it with the Baby-eating Bishop of Bath and Wells.
-->'''Bishop:''' You see, I am a colossal pervert. No form of sexual depravity is too low for me. Animal, vegetable or mineral--I'll ''do'' anything ''to'' anything.\\
'''Blackadder:''' Fine words for a bishop. Nice to hear
bed itself''. And then ''cheat on it with other beds''.
-->'''The Todd:''' Sometimes when I'm banging ''this'' mattress, I'm thinking about banging ''that'' one.
* Samantha (Kim Catrall) on ''Series/SexAndTheCity'' also used
the church speaking out for a change on social issues.trysexual line.
* Tig from ''Series/SonsOfAnarchy''. Women, drag queens, horses, the ''dead'', you name it.



* Samantha (Kim Catrall) on ''Series/SexAndTheCity'' also used the trysexual line.
* Tig from ''Series/SonsOfAnarchy''. Women, drag queens, horses, the ''dead'', you name it.
* [[SpellMyNameWithAThe The]] Todd from ''{{Series/Scrubs}}'' "appreciates hotness, regardless of gender" and "accepts all applicants, regardless of age or disability". And if he can't find a bedmate to do it with, he'll just ''do it with the bed itself''. And then ''cheat on it with other beds''.
-->'''The Todd:''' Sometimes when I'm banging ''this'' mattress, I'm thinking about banging ''that'' one.



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* This old joke:
-->'''Airport Official:''' Your name, sir?\\
'''Immigrant:''' Abdul Al Razhib.\\
'''A.O.:''' Sex?\\
'''Immigrant:''' Three to five times a week.\\
'''A.O.:''' No, no, I mean: male or female?\\
'''Immigrant:''' Yes... male, female, sometimes camel.\\
'''A.O.:''' Holy cow!\\
'''Immigrant:''' Yes... cow, dog, even sheep.\\
'''A.O.:''' But isn't that hostile?\\
'''Immigrant:''' Horse style, doggy style, any style!\\
'''A.O.:''' Oh dear!\\
'''Immigrant:''' No, no... deer run too fast!
* Creator/EmoPhillips said "My schoolmates would make love to anything that moved, but I never saw any reason to limit myself."
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* From ''VideoGame/BaldursGate'', we have Bhaal, Lord of Murder, who seems to have slept with anyone and anything that was capable of sexual reproduction to ensure that either he would be resurrected or replaced when he was finally felled. This is not an exaggeration.

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* From ''VideoGame/BaldursGate'', we have Bhaal, Lord of Murder, who seems to have slept with anyone and anything that was capable of sexual reproduction to ensure that either he would be resurrected or replaced when he was finally felled. This is not an exaggeration. Some of the Bhaalspawn in the game include humans, half-orcs, elves, giants, dragons, and [[spoiler: a chinchilla]]. Yes, that last one is something you find in the game.

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* In ''VideoGame/FireEmblemThreeHouses'', a few characters believe Sylvain to be this - Ingrid accuses him of hitting on her grandmother when he was [[KidAnova eight]] and making eyes at a scarecrow one time (in the Japanese version, this was a cross-dressing man, likely changed due to ValuesDissonance), and according to Flayn, Seteth told her that he's willing to go after men, women, and even chickens. Sylvain contradicts the chicken part, but all the rest seems to be accurate. But in practice, outside of [[spoiler:his paired ending with Felix]] we really only see him hit on typically attractive looking women, and he explicitly doesn't flirt with [[{{Tomboy}} Leonie]] because he mistakes her for a boy.


* The protagonist of ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'' can be an innocent PrecociousCrush take on this trope: they can flirt with a female [[PettingZooPeople goat monster]], a [[FishPeople fish lady]], a [[DemBones male skeleton]], a genderless ghost, a [[AnimateInanimateObject plane]], and a [[BlobMonster curvaceous slime mold]], among others.

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* The protagonist of ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'' can be an innocent PrecociousCrush take on this trope: they can flirt with a female [[PettingZooPeople [[BeastMan goat monster]], a [[FishPeople fish lady]], a [[DemBones male skeleton]], a genderless ghost, a [[AnimateInanimateObject plane]], and a [[BlobMonster curvaceous slime mold]], among others.


* Probably describes a large portion of the human population of the world of ''Literature/{{Cerberon}}'', considering the number and variety of half-human hybrids encountered. George, from RegencyEngland, might also qualify, as he's shamelessly attracted to a PettingZooPerson and a [[OurCentaursAreDifferent centauress]].

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* Probably describes a large portion of the human population of the world of ''Literature/{{Cerberon}}'', considering the number and variety of half-human hybrids {{Half Human Hybrid}}s encountered. George, from RegencyEngland, might also qualify, as he's shamelessly attracted to a PettingZooPerson and a [[OurCentaursAreDifferent centauress]].


* Tex Porneau and Anders Klimakks in ''ComicBook/TheFilth'': the former will try to have sex with anyone who comes to his door, has the motto "Fuck Or Be Fucked", and eventually [[spoiler: creates a species of giant sperm so that he can lay THE ENTIRE CITY OF LOS ANGELES]]. The latter is a porn star/[[spoiler: bio-engineered sex god]] whose black semen can impregnate anyone and whose record for women slept with is approaching the 900 mark.

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* Tex Porneau and Anders Klimakks in ''ComicBook/TheFilth'': the former will try to have sex with anyone who comes to his door, has the motto "Fuck Or Be Fucked", and eventually [[spoiler: creates [[spoiler:creates a species of giant sperm so that he can lay THE ENTIRE CITY OF LOS ANGELES]]. The latter is a porn star/[[spoiler: bio-engineered star/[[spoiler:bio-engineered sex god]] whose black semen can impregnate anyone and whose record for women slept with is approaching the 900 mark.



* Tek Knight from ''Comicbook/TheBoys'' suddenly began having (and following through with) sexual urges towards a great deal of things including a telepathic android, a chinchilla, a meteorite, a cup of coffee and a CaptainErsatz of Catwoman named Talon. [[spoiler: Turned out to be a symptom of a massive brain tumor.]]

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* Tek Knight from ''Comicbook/TheBoys'' suddenly began having (and following through with) sexual urges towards a great deal of things including a telepathic android, a chinchilla, a meteorite, a cup of coffee and a CaptainErsatz of Catwoman named Talon. [[spoiler: Turned [[spoiler:Turned out to be a symptom of a massive brain tumor.]]



--> '''Cheech:''' No, a trysexual, he'll try anything: mud, chickens, anything.

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--> '''Cheech:''' -->'''Cheech:''' No, a trysexual, he'll try anything: mud, chickens, anything.



* In ''Literature/BreakfastAtTiffanys'' (set in 1943-4), Holly Golightly advocates this behaviour:
--> '''Holly''': I'd settle for [Greta] Garbo anyday. Why not? A person ought to be able to marry men or women or-- listen, if you came to me and said you wanted to hitch up with a Man o' War, I'd respect your feeling. No, I'm serious. Love should be allowed. I'm all for it. Now that I know what it is.

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* In ''Literature/BreakfastAtTiffanys'' (set in 1943-4), Holly Golightly advocates this behaviour:
--> '''Holly''':
behavior:
-->'''Holly:'''
I'd settle for [Greta] Garbo anyday.any day. Why not? A person ought to be able to marry men or women or-- listen, if you came to me and said you wanted to hitch up with a Man o' War, I'd respect your feeling. No, I'm serious. Love should be allowed. I'm all for it. Now that I know what it is.



--->'''The actress''': When she meets Kira, she falls in love with Kira. My intention always was that it was pure narcissism. Here was simply someone who looked like her, it had nothing to do with being a woman. But in subsequent episodes, it became, you know, it just didn't matter. I assume lizards would have been all right with her too.

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--->'''The actress''': actress:''' When she meets Kira, she falls in love with Kira. My intention always was that it was pure narcissism. Here was simply someone who looked like her, it had nothing to do with being a woman. But in subsequent episodes, it became, you know, it just didn't matter. I assume lizards would have been all right with her too.



--> '''Q:''' Now I see. You think I'm interested in some tawdry one night stand. That's because I haven't told you why I'm here yet. Out of all the females of all the species in all the galaxies, I have chosen you to be the mother of my child.\\

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--> '''Q:''' --->'''Q:''' Now I see. You think I'm interested in some tawdry one night stand. That's because I haven't told you why I'm here yet. Out of all the females of all the species in all the galaxies, I have chosen you to be the mother of my child.\\



---> 05 CNN... they're always flashing sparkly lights all over the screen. Only one partner gets to explode in sparkly lights during sex, and that partner is the Z-man.

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---> --> 05 CNN... they're always flashing sparkly lights all over the screen. Only one partner gets to explode in sparkly lights during sex, and that partner is the Z-man.



-->'''Gigolo''': Let's be honest: You sleep with anything that walks on two legs. Sometimes, you're not even that discriminating.

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-->'''Gigolo''': -->'''Gigolo:''' Let's be honest: You sleep with anything that walks on two legs. Sometimes, you're not even that discriminating.



** Joker may fit as well. He watches alien porn and [[spoiler: starts dating EDI, the ''Normandy'''s AI, in [=ME3=] after she gets a "hot robot body". Granted, he always had kind of a weird attachment to the Normandy; EDI just allowed it to be reciprocated]]. Credit for showing interest in a type of sentient being that Shepard doesn't.

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** Joker may fit as well. He watches alien porn and [[spoiler: starts [[spoiler:starts dating EDI, the ''Normandy'''s AI, in [=ME3=] after she gets a "hot robot body". Granted, he always had kind of a weird attachment to the Normandy; EDI just allowed it to be reciprocated]]. Credit for showing interest in a type of sentient being that Shepard doesn't.



--> '''Hawke:''' How do you know Isabela?
--> '''Zevran:''' How does anyone ''know'' Isabela?

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--> '''Hawke:''' --->'''Hawke:''' How do you know Isabela?
-->
Isabela?\\
'''Zevran:''' How does anyone ''know'' Isabela?



--->'''Dabbler:''' *to Maxima* I find complex women arousing.
--->'''Maxima:''' *[[DeadpanSnarker deadpan]]* You find ''stairs'' arousing.

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--->'''Dabbler:''' *to Maxima* -->'''Dabbler:''' I find complex women arousing.
--->'''Maxima:''' *[[DeadpanSnarker deadpan]]*
arousing.\\
'''Maxima:''' ''[[[DeadpanSnarker deadpan]]]''
You find ''stairs'' arousing.



-->'''Mackenzie:''' ''(in her video, to a balloon with Edward Cullen's face on it)'' Oh I can't wait to be a vampire so we can finally make ''loove''. Oh, can't we do it now, I can't wait! I want your glistening vampire penis inside of my human vagina! Edward, I'm not afraid.
-->'''Shay:''' ''(to Brittnay)'' Oh God, she's gonna fuck those balloons.

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-->'''Mackenzie:''' ''(in ''[in her video, to a balloon with Edward Cullen's face on it)'' it]'' Oh I can't wait to be a vampire so we can finally make ''loove''. Oh, can't we do it now, I can't wait! I want your glistening vampire penis inside of my human vagina! Edward, I'm not afraid.
-->'''Shay:''' ''(to Brittnay)''
afraid.\\
'''Shay:''' ''[to Brittnay]''
Oh God, she's gonna fuck those balloons.



** Amaranth is a nymph who will have sex with any intelligent being whatsoever, so long as they consent. [[spoiler: And she's trying to prove that [[BestialityIsDepraved animals are intelligent beings]].]]

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** Amaranth is a nymph who will have sex with any intelligent being whatsoever, so long as they consent. [[spoiler: And [[spoiler:And she's trying to prove that [[BestialityIsDepraved animals are intelligent beings]].]]



** Though there's occasionally taboos against robots and humans having intercourse, this is generally crossed. Then there's the many ...close encounters... between species and planets, especially the species Zapp has bedded (or claimed to). Finally, that time Fry made out with the radiator woman from the Radiator Planet. [[spoiler: It was normal radiator.]]

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** Though there's occasionally taboos against robots and humans having intercourse, this is generally crossed. Then there's the many ...close encounters... between species and planets, especially the species Zapp has bedded (or claimed to). Finally, that time Fry made out with the radiator woman from the Radiator Planet. [[spoiler: It [[spoiler:It was normal radiator.]]



-->'''Steve''': Hey, Roger, go take some euphoria and rape the data journal!\\
'''Roger''': I've been eyeing it, I'm not gonna lie.

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-->'''Steve''': --->'''Steve:''' Hey, Roger, go take some euphoria and rape the data journal!\\
'''Roger''': '''Roger:''' I've been eyeing it, I'm not gonna lie.



-->'''Quagmire:''' Hello 911? It's Quagmire. <beat> No, it's stuck in a ''window'' this time...

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-->'''Quagmire:''' --->'''Quagmire:''' Hello 911? It's Quagmire. <beat> ''[beat]'' No, it's stuck in a ''window'' this time...



-->'''Airport Official''': Your name, sir?\\
'''Immigrant''': Abdul Al Razhib.\\
'''A.O.''': Sex?\\
'''Immigrant''': Three to five times a week.\\
'''A.O.''': No, no, I mean: male or female?\\
'''Immigrant''': Yes... male, female, sometimes camel.\\
'''A.O.''': Holy cow!\\
'''Immigrant''': Yes... cow, dog, even sheep.\\
'''A.O.''': But isn't that hostile?\\
'''Immigrant''': Horse style, doggy style, any style!\\
'''A.O.''': Oh dear!\\
'''Immigrant''': No, no... deer run too fast!

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-->'''Airport Official''': Official:''' Your name, sir?\\
'''Immigrant''': '''Immigrant:''' Abdul Al Razhib.\\
'''A.O.''': :''' Sex?\\
'''Immigrant''': '''Immigrant:''' Three to five times a week.\\
'''A.O.''': :''' No, no, I mean: male or female?\\
'''Immigrant''': '''Immigrant:''' Yes... male, female, sometimes camel.\\
'''A.O.''': :''' Holy cow!\\
'''Immigrant''': '''Immigrant:''' Yes... cow, dog, even sheep.\\
'''A.O.''': :''' But isn't that hostile?\\
'''Immigrant''': '''Immigrant:''' Horse style, doggy style, any style!\\
'''A.O.''': :''' Oh dear!\\
'''Immigrant''': '''Immigrant:''' No, no... deer run too fast!

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* Creator/EmoPhillips said "My schoolmates would make love to anything that moved, but I never saw any reason to limit myself."


* ''Webcomic/TheCummoner'': [[HotWitch Vilga]]. To date, her lovers include various men, at least two women, a pair of satyrs and a demon plant.

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* ''Webcomic/TheCummoner'': [[HotWitch Vilga]]. To date, her lovers include various men, at least two women, a pair of satyrs and a demon plant. Also a group of shadow guardian hands, an eagle man (while escaping from a dragon!) and openly discusses the possibility of designing a trap that would keep her prisoner in constant orgasm until she dies. ''She finds that last idea intriguing.''

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-->'''Randall:''' [[OrphanedPunchline ... and that's how my crabs got chlamydia.]]


* In the Seraph of the End Light Novel ''The Story of Vampire Mikaela'', Victor Roleine is this and is also AmbiogouslyBi

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* In the Seraph of the End Manga/SeraphOfTheEnd Light Novel ''The Story of Vampire Mikaela'', Victor Roleine is this and is also AmbiogouslyBiAmbiguouslyBi.



* ''ConicBook/{{Deadpool}}'': Wade Wilson, aka Deadpool, fits this trope. WordOfGod has used the very trope name AnythingThatMoves to describe his sex life. He hasn't slept with animals. But he seems to be open to anything else. Some of his relationships and sexcapades include regular women, other mutants, giant space aliens, demon queens / vampires, and the personification of Death herself. He has shown to flirt with other men, but thus far we haven't seen him actually date or sleep with a man yet.

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* ''ConicBook/{{Deadpool}}'': ''ComicBook/{{Deadpool}}'': Wade Wilson, aka Deadpool, fits this trope. WordOfGod has used the very trope name AnythingThatMoves to describe his sex life. He hasn't slept with animals. But he seems to be open to anything else. Some of his relationships and sexcapades include regular women, other mutants, giant space aliens, demon queens / vampires, and the personification of Death herself. He has shown to flirt with other men, but thus far we haven't seen him actually date or sleep with a man yet.


This person is often a LoveableSexManiac, [[DepravedBisexual a depraved villain]] or is just really, ''really'' desperate.

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This person is often a LoveableSexManiac, LovableSexManiac, [[DepravedBisexual a depraved villain]] or is just really, ''really'' desperate.



* Spark from ''Literature/FloatingPoint'' is a [[ArtificialIntelligence living A.I.]] inside [[InsideAComputerSystem an entirely digital world]]. As a result, she could care less what shape another Program's avatar takes... male, female, furry, robot, tentacle monster, superintelligent shade of the color blue, doesn't matter for her LoveableSexManiac lifestyle. Others in her world don't quite feel the same way, preferring specifically gendered humanoid shapes.

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* Spark from ''Literature/FloatingPoint'' is a [[ArtificialIntelligence living A.I.]] inside [[InsideAComputerSystem an entirely digital world]]. As a result, she could care less what shape another Program's avatar takes... male, female, furry, robot, tentacle monster, superintelligent shade of the color blue, doesn't matter for her LoveableSexManiac LovableSexManiac lifestyle. Others in her world don't quite feel the same way, preferring specifically gendered humanoid shapes.


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* In the Seraph of the End Light Novel ''The Story of Vampire Mikaela'', Victor Roleine is this and is also AmbiogouslyBi


* Helen Klench from ''WesternAnimation/SitDownShutUp'' is occasionally attracted to humans, but usually only when they are dressed up to resemble inanimate objects. More often, she's depicted as lusting after things like a coat rack, a toilet brush, or one of those arm-flailing tube men set up in front of a store for advertising. This is implied to be related to her AmbiguousGender.

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* Helen Klench from ''WesternAnimation/SitDownShutUp'' is occasionally attracted to humans, but usually only when they are dressed up to resemble inanimate objects. More often, she's depicted as lusting after having romances with things like a coat rack, a toilet brush, a moose, or one of those arm-flailing tube men set up in front of a store for advertising. This is implied to be related to her AmbiguousGender.

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* Helen Klench from ''WesternAnimation/SitDownShutUp'' is occasionally attracted to humans, but usually only when they are dressed up to resemble inanimate objects. More often, she's depicted as lusting after things like a coat rack, a toilet brush, or one of those arm-flailing tube men set up in front of a store for advertising. This is implied to be related to her AmbiguousGender.

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