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* A ''ComicStrip/BloomCounty'' strip features a grade-school math teacher (who may or may not be drunk) addressing his class as "ladles and gentlemints" before embarking on a lesson about fractions, which is simply a thinly-disguised rant about his low pay.
* ''ComicStrip/{{Garfield}}'' [[http://www.garfield.com/comics/vault.html?yr=1981&addr=810420 once]] greeted his audience as "Ladies and Germs" while on the fence for a show.
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* On ''Series/{{Tattletales}},'' whenever Dick Gautier was on the panel and the question was directed towards the husbands, Bert Convy would preface it with "Men...and you too, Dick..."



* On ''Series/{{Tattletales}},'' whenever Dick Gautier was on the panel and the question was directed towards the husbands, Bert Convy would preface it with "Men...and you too, Dick..."



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* A ''ComicStrip/BloomCounty'' strip features a grade-school math teacher (who may or may not be drunk) addressing his class as "ladles and gentlemints" before embarking on a lesson about fractions, which is simply a thinly-disguised rant about his low pay.
* ''ComicStrip/{{Garfield}}'' [[http://www.garfield.com/comics/vault.html?yr=1981&addr=810420 once]] greeted his audience as "Ladies and Germs" while on the fence for a show.
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->''"Dearly beloved. Gems. Humans. Lions big and small. Living gourds. Onion."''

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->''"Dearly beloved. Gems.[[GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe Gems]]. Humans. Lions big [[CoolPet big]] and small. [[CuteKitten small]]. [[{{Planimal}} Living gourds. Onion.gourds]]. [[MyFriendsAndZoidberg Onion]]."''

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** In the mexican dub, Red Guy would often adress people as "Damas y caballos" (Ladies and horses) instead of "Damas y caballeros".


* On ''Series/Tattletales,'' whenever Dick Gautier was on the panel and the question was directed towards the husbands, Bert Convy would preface it with "Men...and you too, Dick..."

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* On ''Series/Tattletales,'' ''Series/{{Tattletales}},'' whenever Dick Gautier was on the panel and the question was directed towards the husbands, Bert Convy would preface it with "Men...and you too, Dick..."

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* On ''Series/Tattletales,'' whenever Dick Gautier was on the panel and the question was directed towards the husbands, Bert Convy would preface it with "Men...and you too, Dick..."


* A very appropriate variation from [[GoldfishPoopGang Gilgamesh]] in the Game Boy Advance version of ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyV'': "Now we fight like men! And women! And [[SweetPollyOliver women who dress like men]]!"

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* A very appropriate variation from [[GoldfishPoopGang Gilgamesh]] in the Game Boy Advance version of ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyV'': "Now we fight like men! And women! ladies! And [[SweetPollyOliver women ladies who dress like men]]!"


# "X and Y," if the writers are clever enough, with plays on "ladies" and "gentlemen" respectively.

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# "X and Y," Y", if the writers are clever enough, with plays on "ladies" and "gentlemen" respectively.



Generally not used as an insult against X -- but compare gender-based versions of MyFriendsAndZoidberg.

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Generally not used as an insult against X -- but compare gender-based versions of MyFriendsAndZoidberg.


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* ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsResistance'': In [[Recap/StarWarsResistanceS1E8ThePlatformClassic "The Platform Classic"]], Aunt Z opens up bets on the titular race with "Ladies and gentaliens".


* Visually taken literally in the Bakshi WesternAnimation/MightyMouse cartoon "Bat With A Golden Tongue". Trophy thief Ski Nose (a caricature of Bob Hope), about to disrupt a ceremony by stealing another trophy, greets the audience as ladies and germs. The tables are populated by ladies and germs.

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* Visually taken literally in the Bakshi WesternAnimation/MightyMouse ''WesternAnimation/MightyMouse'' cartoon "Bat With A Golden Tongue". Trophy thief Ski Nose (a caricature of Bob Hope), about to disrupt a ceremony by stealing another trophy, greets the audience as ladies and germs. The tables are populated by ladies and germs.



-->'''Cyborg:''' Ladies and gentlemen, and whatever Beast Boy is[[labelnote:note]]Beast Boy is transformed into an obscure animal to provide the drumrol.[[/labelnote]]...\\

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-->'''Cyborg:''' Ladies and gentlemen, and whatever Beast Boy is[[labelnote:note]]Beast is...[[labelnote:note]]Beast Boy is transformed into an obscure animal to provide the drumrol.[[/labelnote]]...\\[[/labelnote]]\\


* ''[[https://m.fanfiction.net/s/10836553/1/Harry-Five-0 Harry Five-0]]'', a ''Literature/HarryPotter'' / ''Series/HawaiiFive0'' crossover has "Ladies and gentlemen… and Danny," in chapter 26.

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* ''[[https://m.fanfiction.net/s/10836553/1/Harry-Five-0 Harry Five-0]]'', Five-0,]]'' a ''Literature/HarryPotter'' / ''Series/HawaiiFive0'' crossover has "Ladies and gentlemen… and Danny," in chapter 26.



** A wrestling announcer says "Ladies, gentlemen and smizmars...". We don't find out what a smizmar is for a few more seasons.

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** A wrestling announcer says "Ladies, gentlemen and smizmars...". " We don't find out what a smizmar is for a few more seasons.


* A funny corruption was used in an episode of ''WesternAnimation/FostersHomeForImaginaryFriends'', when Wilt got nervous on stage and after fumbling his introductory monologue several times, he tried to start again, but his note cards had become so soaked with nervous sweat that it came out as "Lardies and gestlemen" before he got dragged offstage.

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* A funny corruption was used in an episode of ''WesternAnimation/FostersHomeForImaginaryFriends'', when ''WesternAnimation/FostersHomeForImaginaryFriends'': In "Hiccy Burp", Wilt got nervous on serves as the MC for the big talent show, but suffers an attack of stage and after fright. After fumbling his introductory monologue several times, he tried to start again, but again. Unfortunately, his note cards had become so soaked with nervous sweat flop-sweat that it came out as "Lardies and gestlemen" before he got dragged offstage.offstage by a VaudevilleHook. Madame Foster then quipped that he still did better than [[NoodleIncident last year]].



** Speaking of Zoidberg, he actually Lampshaded this. "Good evening, ladies and germs. ''[[[http://www.instantrimshot.com/ Rimshot]]]'' That wasn't a joke. I was talking to [[MegaMicrobes Dean Streptococcus]]."

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** Speaking of Zoidberg, he actually Lampshaded this. this while doing open mic night in "That's Lobstertainment": "Good evening, ladies and germs. ''[[[http://www.instantrimshot.com/ Rimshot]]]'' That wasn't a joke. I was talking to [[MegaMicrobes Dean Streptococcus]]."


* ''WebComics/BrunoTheBandit'' [[http://www.brunothebandit.com/d/19990105.html shows us]] how complicated this can be in a fantasy world. (The wizard eventually gets sent to multicultural sensitivity training.)

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* ''WebComics/BrunoTheBandit'' ''WebComic/BrunoTheBandit'' [[http://www.brunothebandit.com/d/19990105.html shows us]] how complicated this can be in a fantasy world. (The wizard eventually gets sent to multicultural sensitivity training.)


* ''WesternAnimation/SpongebobSquarepants'': The line "Ladies and Jellyfish" is used on a few occasions.

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* ''WesternAnimation/SpongebobSquarepants'': ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants'': The line "Ladies and Jellyfish" is used on a few occasions.

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* At Phoebe's wedding in ''Series/{{Friends}}'', Joey begins the ceremony by saying "Friends, family, dog."


-->'''Cyborg:''' Ladies and gentlemen, and whatever Beast Boy is...\\

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-->'''Cyborg:''' Ladies and gentlemen, and whatever Beast Boy is...is[[labelnote:note]]Beast Boy is transformed into an obscure animal to provide the drumrol.[[/labelnote]]...\\



** At the time, Beast Boy had transformed into some obscure species and was hitting his belly to perform said drum roll.

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