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28th Sep '17 3:33:47 AM JoeMerl
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* In ''Film/BigFish'', Edward describes how he had dreams which predicted the deaths of his family members just before they happened. Eventually, a dream told him his father would die. After being told this, his father became increasingly paranoid over the next few days. Then the milkman died. -->'''Edward:''' [[DontExplainTheJoke Because, you see, my mother was banging the milkman]].

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* In ''Film/BigFish'', Edward describes how he had dreams which predicted the deaths of his family members just before they happened. Eventually, a dream told him his father would die. After being told this, his father became increasingly paranoid over the next few days. Then the milkman died. died.
-->'''Edward:''' [[DontExplainTheJoke Because, you see, my mother was banging the milkman]].
28th Sep '17 3:25:02 AM JoeMerl
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* In ''Film/BigFish'', Edward describes how he had dreams which predicted the deaths of his family members just before they happened. Eventually, a dream told him his father would die. After being told this, his father became increasingly paranoid over the next few days. Then the milkman died. (It's a recycling of a pretty old joke.)

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* In ''Film/BigFish'', Edward describes how he had dreams which predicted the deaths of his family members just before they happened. Eventually, a dream told him his father would die. After being told this, his father became increasingly paranoid over the next few days. Then the milkman died. (It's a recycling of a pretty old joke.)-->'''Edward:''' [[DontExplainTheJoke Because, you see, my mother was banging the milkman]].
18th Sep '17 7:33:36 PM foomushroom
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* Satirized in ''Logjammin!'', the porno featuring "Bunny" (Tara Reid) in ''Film/TheBigLebowski'', with a cable repair technician in the milkman role.
7th Aug '17 12:56:34 PM Briguy52748
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* ''Divorce Court'' -- at least with the scripted 1957-1969 version, likely early in the series' run, this was used as a plot line at least once. Whether it was just a standard case of a woman looking for more excitement, thinking she could get away with it, or it rose to a more serious issue of the husband's health issues will likely never be known as many of the 1950s-1960s run has been erased.
5th Aug '17 11:12:57 PM Titus88
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* Several Creator/RodneyDangerfield jokes were about his wife cheating and having kids with the mailman or butcher.
10th Jul '17 3:01:28 AM john_e
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* Murdo [=McSnood=], one of Russ Abbot's ViolentGlaswegian characters, boasts that he can 'trace his family right back to the milkman'.
29th Jun '17 2:20:37 PM faunas
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* One profession in which affairs with the clients (whether male or female) are very common is personal trainers, due to chemical (training makes one release oxytocin AKA the "love hormone", endorphines which make one feel relaxed and happy and can even dull pain, emotions which make one be far more sexually receptive when felt, and pheromones which increase one's attractiveness to others), emotional (when a client goes training they're usually unkempt and the trainer accepts then that way; trainers are there to pep you up and compliment you in order to encourage you to exercise; many people who go exercise at first have confidence issues but later regain it; much of what personal trainers do is actually a form of informal therapy - talking with the clients about personal problems they tell the trainers) and (duh) physical (trainers are {{hunk}}s) aspects. Many clients actually end their pre-training relationships to move on with their trainers. [[LoveDodecahedron And there's also trainers two-timing on their significant others and their two-timing clients with other two-timing clients...]] let's just say they [[ReallyGetsAround really get around]].

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* One profession in which affairs with the clients (whether male or female) are very common is personal trainers, due to chemical (training makes one release oxytocin AKA the "love hormone", endorphines which make one feel relaxed and happy and can even dull pain, emotions which make one be far more sexually receptive when felt, and pheromones which increase one's attractiveness to others), emotional (when a client goes training they're usually unkempt and the trainer accepts then that way; trainers are there to pep you up and compliment you in order to encourage you to exercise; many people who go exercise at first have confidence issues but later regain it; much of what personal trainers do is actually a form of informal therapy - talking with the clients about personal problems they tell the trainers) and (duh) physical (trainers are {{hunk}}s) {{hunk}}s; trainers and clients are physically very close to one another during their sessions) aspects. Many clients actually end their pre-training relationships to move on with their trainers. [[LoveDodecahedron And there's also trainers two-timing on their significant others and their two-timing clients with other two-timing clients...]] let's just say they [[ReallyGetsAround really get around]].
29th Jun '17 1:51:44 PM faunas
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* One profession in which affairs with the clients (whether male or female) are very common is personal trainers, due to chemical (training makes one release oxytocin AKA the "love hormone", endorphines which make one feel relaxed and happy and can even dull pain, emotions which make one be far more sexually receptive when felt, and pheromones which increase one's attractiveness to others), emotional (when a client goes training they're usually unkempt and the trainer accepts then that way; trainers are there to pep you up and compliment you in order to encourage you to exercise; many people who go exercise at first have confidence issues but later regain it; much of what personal trainers do is actually a form of informal therapy - talking with the clients about personal problems they tell the trainers) and (duh) physical (trainers are {{hunk}}s) aspects. Many clients actually end their pre-training relationships to move on with their trainers. [[LoveDodecahedron And there's also trainers two-timing on their significant others and their two-timing clients with other two-timing clients...]] let's just say they [[ReallyGetsAround really get around]].
21st Jun '17 9:19:37 AM RedScharlach
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* LordMelody's 1956 calypso "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wxs0nBG7qEw The Milkman]]" deals with a milkman having sex with Melody's wife on a daily basis. Melody's son observes it and tells him, which leads to Melody's wife hastily saying that she invited the milkman indoors cause it was raining. However, he doesn't fall for this as she is pregnant "too much bad milk swell up your belly".

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* LordMelody's 1956 calypso "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wxs0nBG7qEw The Milkman]]" deals with a milkman having sex with Melody's wife on a daily basis. Melody's son observes it and tells him, which leads to Melody's wife hastily saying that she invited the milkman indoors cause it was raining. However, he doesn't fall for this as she is pregnant pregnant: "too much bad milk swell up your belly".



* The theme of [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Meri_Wilson Meri Wilson]]'s novelty hit ''Telephone Man'', and also of several follow-up songs, including ''Peter, The Meter Reader''.



* In 1925, American housewife Ruth Snyder began an affair with Henry Judd Gray, a door-to-door corset salesman. She fraudulently took out a large insurance policy on her husband Albert in collusion with their insurance agent and postman, who would ring the bell twice when delivering an insurance statement so that she could collect it in secret. In 1927, Snyder and her lover successfully murdered her husband in a staged burglary after ''seven'' failed attempts, but their ruse was soon found out and they were arrested, tried, sentenced to death, and executed by electric chair. The story is the inspiration for the noir film ''Film/DoubleIndemnity'', it's loose remake ''Film/BodyHeat'', and the title of the novel ''Literature/ThePostmanAlwaysRingsTwice'' (and [[Film/ThePostmanAlwaysRingsTwice1946 both film]] [[ThePostmanAlwaysRingsTwice1981 adaptations]]) is a reference to the infamous case.

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* In 1925, American housewife Ruth Snyder began an affair with Henry Judd Gray, a door-to-door corset salesman. She fraudulently took out a large insurance policy on her husband Albert in collusion with their insurance agent and postman, who would ring the bell twice when delivering an insurance statement so that she could collect it in secret. In 1927, Snyder and her lover successfully murdered her husband in a staged burglary after ''seven'' failed attempts, but their ruse was soon found out and they were arrested, tried, sentenced to death, and executed by electric chair. The story is the inspiration for the noir film ''Film/DoubleIndemnity'', it's its loose remake ''Film/BodyHeat'', and the title of the novel ''Literature/ThePostmanAlwaysRingsTwice'' (and [[Film/ThePostmanAlwaysRingsTwice1946 both film]] [[ThePostmanAlwaysRingsTwice1981 adaptations]]) is a reference to the infamous case.
28th Apr '17 1:39:31 PM Madrugada
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* One profession in which affairs with the clients (whether male or female) are very common is personal trainers, due to chemical (training makes one release oxytocin AKA the "love hormone", endorphines which make one feel relaxed and happy and can even dull pain, emotions which make one be far more sexually receptive when felt, and pheromones which increase one's attractiveness to others), emotional (when a client goes training they're usually unkempt and the trainer accepts then that way; trainers are there to pep you up and compliment you in order to encourage you to exercise; many people who go exercise at first have confidence issues but later regain it; much of what personal trainers do is actually a form of informal therapy - talking with the clients about personal problems they tell the trainers) and (duh) physical (trainers are {{hunk}}s) aspects. Many clients actually end their pre-training relationships to move on with their trainers. [[LoveDodecahedron And there's also trainers two-timing on their significant others and their two-timing clients with other two-timing clients...]] let's just say everyone ReallyGetsAround.

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* One profession in which affairs with the clients (whether male or female) are very common is personal trainers, due to chemical (training makes one release oxytocin AKA the "love hormone", endorphines which make one feel relaxed and happy and can even dull pain, emotions which make one be far more sexually receptive when felt, and pheromones which increase one's attractiveness to others), emotional (when a client goes training they're usually unkempt and the trainer accepts then that way; trainers are there to pep you up and compliment you in order to encourage you to exercise; many people who go exercise at first have confidence issues but later regain it; much of what personal trainers do is actually a form of informal therapy - talking with the clients about personal problems they tell the trainers) and (duh) physical (trainers are {{hunk}}s) aspects. Many clients actually end their pre-training relationships to move on with their trainers. [[LoveDodecahedron And there's also trainers two-timing on their significant others and their two-timing clients with other two-timing clients...]] let's just say everyone ReallyGetsAround.
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