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9th May '16 1:28:28 PM DoctorCooper
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* In Giambattista Basile's "Literature/SunMoonAndTalia", the direct predecessor to "Sleeping Beauty", the enchanted princess Talia is raped and impregnated in her sleep, and finally awakened by one of her newborn twin babies suckling at her thumb and removing the magic splinter. Think about this the next time you watch ''Disney/SleepingBeauty''.

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* In Giambattista Basile's "Literature/SunMoonAndTalia", the direct predecessor to "Sleeping Beauty", the enchanted princess Talia is raped and impregnated in her sleep, and finally awakened by one of her newborn twin babies suckling at her thumb and removing the magic splinter. Think about this the next time you watch ''Disney/SleepingBeauty''.
7th May '16 5:27:54 PM Sharriah
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* An episode of ''Series/{{Fringe}}'' sees Peter visiting a comatose Olivia in the hospital. [[spoiler: after she returned to our world from her visit with William Bell in the parallel dimension in a moving car, resulting in a horrific crash. She had originally been taken from the moving car, and "physics" determined that she return to this universe with the same force as she had originally left.]] She had left a living will with a Do Not Resuscitate order, and was to be taken off of life support the next day. This trope could be considered averted, as when Peter leaned over to give her a (supposed) goodbye kiss, she jolted into consciousness. [[spoiler: while simultaneously speaking the Greek phrase Peter's mother said to him before bed as a boy.]]
1st Apr '16 9:58:00 PM nombretomado
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* Referenced in the "Very Special Drew" episode of the ''TheDrewCareyShow''. Drew is marrying Kate, who's in a coma. She manages to wake up just in time to say "I do". Oswald notes that the honeymoon will be a lot less creepy now.

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* Referenced in the "Very Special Drew" episode of the ''TheDrewCareyShow''.''Series/TheDrewCareyShow''. Drew is marrying Kate, who's in a coma. She manages to wake up just in time to say "I do". Oswald notes that the honeymoon will be a lot less creepy now.
19th Mar '16 3:18:29 AM Hossmeister
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7th Mar '16 5:56:48 PM justanid
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Contrast KissOfLife, which is often mistaken for this, and ILoveTheDead, which is about kissing a corpse. One common reason why OrderliesAreCreeps in fiction is that they're often portrayed as being into this.

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Compare with SlainInTheirSleep. Contrast KissOfLife, which is often mistaken for this, and ILoveTheDead, which is about kissing a corpse. One common reason why OrderliesAreCreeps in fiction is that they're often portrayed as being into this.
27th Feb '16 1:53:55 PM StFan
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* In ''Anime/{{Mai-HiME}}'', Shizuru gives in to her [[SchoolgirlLesbians repressed feelings for Natsuki]] and kisses her while she sleeps off her injuries. A few seconds later, [[spoiler:Haruka and Yukino]] pop out from the nearby bushes to call her out for it. There are silhouette flashbacks of Shizuru undressing, with the implication is that she did a bit more than kissing, but it's unclear whether that was a flashback or a visualization of the worst possible case. The writers have [[ShrugOfGod refused to elaborate.]]

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* In ''Anime/{{Mai-HiME}}'', ''Anime/MaiHime'', Shizuru gives in to her [[SchoolgirlLesbians repressed feelings for Natsuki]] and kisses her while she sleeps off her injuries. A few seconds later, [[spoiler:Haruka and Yukino]] pop out from the nearby bushes to call her out for it. There are silhouette flashbacks of Shizuru undressing, with the implication is that she did a bit more than kissing, but it's unclear whether that was a flashback or a visualization of the worst possible case. The writers have [[ShrugOfGod refused to elaborate.]]
13th Feb '16 1:52:18 AM Mhazard
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Contrast KissOfLife, which is often mistaken for this. One common reason why OrderliesAreCreeps in fiction is that they're often portrayed as being into this.

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Contrast KissOfLife, which is often mistaken for this.this, and ILoveTheDead, which is about kissing a corpse. One common reason why OrderliesAreCreeps in fiction is that they're often portrayed as being into this.
3rd Feb '16 7:35:58 PM jamespolk
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* In ''Film/BulldogDrummond'' (1929), Dr. Lakington feels up a drugged Phyllis. The usually cheerful Drummond (who's tied up) gets very pissed at this and promises to kill Lakington.
2nd Feb '16 6:17:47 PM ZeldaQueen64
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%% * [[http://litbrick.troutcave.net/comic.php?date=2011-02-08 This]] ''Webcomic/LitBrick'' strip [[http://litbrick.troutcave.net/comic.php?date=2011-02-10 creeps]] up the story of Hero and Leander. %% Weblinks are not examples

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%% * In the ''Webcomic/LitBrick'' adaptation of Hero and Leander [[http://litbrick.troutcave.net/comic.php?date=2011-02-08 This]] ''Webcomic/LitBrick'' strip Hero is]] [[http://litbrick.troutcave.net/comic.php?date=2011-02-10 creeps]] not happy]] at all to wake up the story of Hero and Leander. %% Weblinks are not examplesfind Leander kissing her seemingly-dead body.
--> '''Leander:''' Hey, in my defense, I thought you were dead.
--> '''Hero:''' ''That doesn't make it better.''
14th Jan '16 11:19:40 PM livemike
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* The Bible has a female, incestous version in Genesis 19. There's no men around in the Wilderness so Lot's daughters form a plan. Get Dad so drunk he " was not aware of it when she lay down or when she got up." and have sex with him. This works twice on sucessive nights and they both get pregnant.
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