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* ''Manga/ParallelParadise'': Being a LivingAphrodisiac to the girls of the parallel world, Youta takes this to its logical conclusion: a single touch is enough to put them in heat. Despite the obvious temptation, Youta does his absolute damndest to keep his true identity under wraps: not only is it [[ChivalrousPervert just not in his nature to take advantage of girls like that]], Lumi accurately points out that his identity as the sole man in the parallel world could throw its social order into absolute chaos. While the inevitable happens and he does sleep with many of the girls he meets, they're portrayed as FriendsWithBenefits rather than a proper harem, and ultimately he's in a reciprocated boyfriend/girlfriend relationship with the aforementioned [[FirstGirlWins Lumi]].


* ''Series/HappyDays'': The Fonz can get a whole herd of woman to flock to his side by simply snapping his fingers. An {{Outtake}} showed the guys of the show mocking this characteristic by going in place of the girls after the finger snap. Well, we ''are'' talking about [[EvenTheGuysWantHim The Fonz]] here, or at least the ''{{Flanderized}}'' Fonzie; before this, he was just a loser-mechanic who scored the lowest female trash in Milwaukee.

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* ''Series/HappyDays'': The Fonz can get a whole herd of woman to flock to his side by simply snapping his fingers. An {{Outtake}} A {{Hilarious Outtake|s}} showed the guys of the show mocking this characteristic by going in place of the girls after the finger snap. Well, we ''are'' talking about [[EvenTheGuysWantHim The Fonz]] here, or at least the ''{{Flanderized}}'' Fonzie; before this, he was just a loser-mechanic who scored the lowest female trash in Milwaukee.



* Wesley Snipes reported in an interview that Actor/WoodyHarrelson had this going on back in the Nineties. Snipes couldn't understand how Harrelson could be dating several women at once, who all ''knew about each other'' and didn't break up with him.

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* Wesley Snipes reported in an interview that Actor/WoodyHarrelson Creator/WoodyHarrelson had this going on back in the Nineties. Snipes couldn't understand how Harrelson could be dating several women at once, who all ''knew about each other'' and didn't break up with him.


* In ''VisualNovel/IkemenSengoku'', Shingen's route has a scene of him greeting the female main character with numerous scantily-clad women draped over him, causing her to liken him to "a villainous James Bond." However, this scene is actually a subversion: the [[PerspectiveFlip His Perspective]] version of it reveals that the women are actually spies who only pretend to be his harem as a disguise and that while he ''has'' slept with some of them, it was limited to only occasional one-night stands that they knew were done just for friendly comfort.

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* In ''VisualNovel/IkemenSengoku'', Shingen's route has a scene of him greeting the female main character with numerous scantily-clad women draped over him, causing her to liken him to "a villainous James Bond." However, this scene is actually a subversion: the [[PerspectiveFlip His Perspective]] version of it reveals that the women are actually spies who only pretend to be his harem as a disguise and that while he ''has'' slept with some of them, it was limited to only occasional one-night stands that they knew were done just for friendly comfort.

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* In ''VisualNovel/IkemenSengoku'', Shingen's route has a scene of him greeting the female main character with numerous scantily-clad women draped over him, causing her to liken him to "a villainous James Bond." However, this scene is actually a subversion: the [[PerspectiveFlip His Perspective]] version of it reveals that the women are actually spies who only pretend to be his harem as a disguise and that while he ''has'' slept with some of them, it was limited to only occasional one-night stands that they knew were done just for friendly comfort.


* Gaius Baltar gets one in Season 4 of ''Series/{{Battlestar Galactica|2003}}''. Probably due to his running a cult at the time.



* ''Series/DoctorWho'' and its {{spinoff}} ''Series/{{Torchwood}}'' have the charming ExtremeOmnisexual and ChivalrousPervert Captain Jack Harkness (Creator/JohnBarrowman), who could probably be nicknamed Jack "Flirts With AnythingThatMoves" Harkness. And ''a lot'' of those people, regardless of species, gender or even if they're robots, find themselves reciprocating, because EvenTheGuysWantHim.
* ''Series/GossipGirl'''s Chuck Bass. If you can get past the {{Narm}}, that is.



* ''Series/GossipGirl'''s Chuck Bass. If you can get past the {{Narm}}, that is.
* Gaius Baltar gets one in Season 4 of ''Series/{{Battlestar Galactica|2003}}''. Probably due to his running a cult at the time.
%% Commented out for ZCE * TwoWords: [[Series/DoctorWho Jack]] [[Series/{{Torchwood}} Harkness]].


* Never quite played straight in Disney's ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}''. The chorus girls start out mockingly describing Aladdin's charm as a street urchin, and mostly seem to praise him as Prince Ali because of Genie's magic. Their counterpoint adoration of him during the "Prince Ali" song is ''[[CrowningMusicOfAwesome awesome]]'', regardless.

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* Never quite played straight in Disney's ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}''. The chorus girls start out mockingly describing Aladdin's charm as a street urchin, and mostly seem to praise him as Prince Ali because of Genie's magic. Their counterpoint adoration of him during the "Prince Ali" song is ''[[CrowningMusicOfAwesome ''[[SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic awesome]]'', regardless.



* Subverted in ''Film/CatchMeIfYouCan,'' in which Abegnale escapes an airport filled with FBI agents by tricking hot college girls into posing as flight attendants. He strolls right by two police officers in his pilot costume, and all they can say is "I wish I was a pilot." Also counts as a [[CrowningMomentofAwesome crowning moment of awesome]].

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* Subverted in ''Film/CatchMeIfYouCan,'' in which Abegnale escapes an airport filled with FBI agents by tricking hot college girls into posing as flight attendants. He strolls right by two police officers in his pilot costume, and all they can say is "I wish I was a pilot." Also counts as a [[CrowningMomentofAwesome [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome crowning moment of awesome]].


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* TruthInTelevision. For Hugh Hefner anyway. The ability of a man to do this outside of the Magazine/{{Playboy}} Mansion has yet to be demonstrated, though. It's speculated that it's more about Hef's unfathomable wealth and connections than it is his raw sexuality; which, at this point, simply ''has'' to be running on fumes. (And a little blue pill). Six of one, seven of the other. There's a theory that old men who can provide are more attractive than young men who can do as well; any young man can provide stamina and vigor, but an old dude needs to be really fit to do as well, and thus is a better mate.

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* TruthInTelevision. For Hugh Hefner anyway. The ability of a man to do this outside of the Magazine/{{Playboy}} Mansion has yet to be demonstrated, though. It's speculated that it's it was more about Hef's unfathomable wealth and connections than it is his raw sexuality; which, at this point, for the last decade or so of his life, simply ''has'' ''had'' to be running on fumes. (And a little blue pill). Six of one, seven of the other. There's After his death, various former girlfriend stepped up and gave differing accounts: some said they loved him, others called him a theory control freak who ran everything on a schedule and demanded sex that old men who can provide are more attractive than young men who can do as well; any young man can provide stamina and vigor, but an old dude needs not even he seemed to be really fit to do as well, and thus is a better mate.actually enjoy.

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* ''VideoGame/Persona3'':
** Early on, [[ChickMagnet Akihiko]] asks you and Junpei to meet him at the police station...while surrounded by a group of (according to Junpei) ''very'' attractive girls. Humourously, Akihiko completely ignores them for the whole event, implying that he's used to this trope and even finds it rather annoying.
** The female MC social link also takes this on, a bit: [[spoiler:while he may find a lot of girls who are ''attracted'' to him, it's been a long time since he's found anyone who has ''affection'' for him...]]

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* The titular character in ''Series/{{Lucifer}}'' gets this several times.


* ''ComicBook/TheIncredibleHercules'' provides the current page image. Being a Greek god probably helps. As Wolverine puts it, "I've seen it in bar after bar. Whatever women want, that guy has it."

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* ''ComicBook/TheIncredibleHercules'' provides the current page image. Being a Greek god probably helps. As Wolverine puts it, "I've seen it in bar after bar. Whatever women want, that guy has it."" He's stated in-universe to have a reputation as a fantastic and caring lover.



* Gaius Baltar gets one in Season 4 of ''Series/{{Battlestar Galactica|2003}}''.

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* Gaius Baltar gets one in Season 4 of ''Series/{{Battlestar Galactica|2003}}''. Probably due to his running a cult at the time.


** Everyone is {{shotacon}} for Negi Springfield, so he's gotten this on occasion. It gets even worse when Asuna force feeds him his own LovePotion because she doesn't think it will work. [[LoveIsInTheAir It does.]] Though oddly not on ''[[AntiMagic her]]''. Then he breaks out the magic aging pills, turns into a {{Bishounen}}, and pretty much [[InstantFanClub instantly acquires ''a fan club''.]]

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** Everyone is {{shotacon}} lusting for Negi Springfield, so he's gotten this on occasion. It gets even worse when Asuna force feeds him his own LovePotion because she doesn't think it will work. [[LoveIsInTheAir It does.]] Though oddly not on ''[[AntiMagic her]]''. Then he breaks out the magic aging pills, turns into a {{Bishounen}}, and pretty much [[InstantFanClub instantly acquires ''a fan club''.]]


* Naze Turbine from ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamIronBloodedOrphans'' probably beats most of the examples here, for having a harem [[spoiler:large enough to maintain a CoolStarship.]]

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* Naze Turbine from ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamIronBloodedOrphans'' probably beats most of the examples here, for having a harem [[spoiler:large enough to maintain a CoolStarship. Though, as of later episodes revealed, the "harem" part was downplayed as it's more of a front, because that the women he keeps in his group were rescued from obscurity. Still, he's not at all bothered with any of them coming to him.]]


* Happens to Kuzco in an episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheEmperorsNewSchool'' when he drinks a potion that makes every girl see him as a hunk... it does not turn out well.


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* Happens to Kuzco in an episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheEmperorsNewSchool'' when he drinks a potion that makes every girl see him as a hunk... it does not turn out well.
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* TruthInTelevision. For Hugh Hefner anyway. The ability of a man to do this outside of the {{Playboy}} Mansion has yet to be demonstrated, though. It's speculated that it's more about Hef's unfathomable wealth and connections than it is his raw sexuality; which, at this point, simply ''has'' to be running on fumes. (And a little blue pill). Six of one, seven of the other. There's a theory that old men who can provide are more attractive than young men who can do as well; any young man can provide stamina and vigor, but an old dude needs to be really fit to do as well, and thus is a better mate.

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* TruthInTelevision. For Hugh Hefner anyway. The ability of a man to do this outside of the {{Playboy}} Magazine/{{Playboy}} Mansion has yet to be demonstrated, though. It's speculated that it's more about Hef's unfathomable wealth and connections than it is his raw sexuality; which, at this point, simply ''has'' to be running on fumes. (And a little blue pill). Six of one, seven of the other. There's a theory that old men who can provide are more attractive than young men who can do as well; any young man can provide stamina and vigor, but an old dude needs to be really fit to do as well, and thus is a better mate.

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