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The term Lounge Lizard is usually used to refer to lounge musicians, most often in a negative sense (as tacky, tasteless, etc). Since its first appearance as American slang in 1917, "lounge lizard" has surprisingly shown up in nearly every decade. A "lounge lizard" is typically depicted as a well-dressed man who frequents the establishments in which the rich gather with the intention of seducing a wealthy woman with his flattery and deceptive charm. The term presumably owes something to the cold and insinuating quality of reptiles. It has also been suggested that the name derives in part from the "lizards," that is, shoes made from crocodile or snakeskin, that were sometimes sported by such men, but there is no solid evidence of this. Charles Plymell has written that Robert Branaman coined the phrase in the 50's (Wichita, KS) in regards to those people that spend an excessive amount of time going from bar to bar. Eventually, the lounge lizard as social parasite decided to play chameleon and take on many appearances. "Lounge lizard" then became a generalized term applying to any frequenter of nightclubs. It may also refer to: Applied Acoustic System's electric piano emulator the Lounge Lizard. Austin Lounge Lizards, band from Austin, Texas formed in 1980 The Lounge Lizards, jazz group formed in 1978 by saxophone player John Lurie Leisure Suit Larry in the Land of the Lounge Lizards, the first in a series of video games starring Leisure Suit Larry. This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the same title. If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article.