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10th Jan '17 4:39:13 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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* In ''VideoGame/Fallout2'', there is the Miria, daugther of the farmer Grisham, who is a classic example, but there is also her brother, Davin, who is a SpearCounterpart and RareMaleExample. In keeping with the trope, PlayerCharacter can even chose to have a fling with one of them (regardless of gender), which results in Grisham and forcing a ShotgunWedding upon them.

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* In ''VideoGame/Fallout2'', there is the Miria, daugther of the farmer Grisham, who is a classic example, but there is also her brother, Davin, who is a SpearCounterpart and RareMaleExample. In keeping with the trope, PlayerCharacter can even chose to have a fling with one of them (regardless of gender), which results in Grisham finding out and forcing a ShotgunWedding upon them.
10th Jan '17 4:38:01 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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* In ''VideoGame/Fallout2'', there is the Miria, daugther of the farmer Grisham, who is a classic example, but there is also her brother, Davin, who is a SpearCounterpart and RareMaleExample. In keeping with the trope, PlayerCharacter can even chose to have a fling with one of them (regardless of gender), which results in Grisham and forcing a ShotgunWedding upon them.
27th Dec '16 6:04:23 PM MagnusForce
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'': Fry, Leela, and Bender are forced to take refuge at a farm on the moon. The farmer lets them stay, so long as they stay away from his robot daughters. Guess what Bender ''doesn't'' do... Let the record show that he didn't touch the Crushinator. A lady ''that'' fine, you've gotta romance first!

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'': Fry, Leela, and Bender are forced to take refuge at a farm on the moon. The (human) farmer lets them stay, so long as they stay away from his three robot daughters.daughters - two [[RobotGirl relatively attractive humanoids]] named Lulubelle and Daisy Mae, and [[GonkyFemme the huge truck-like Crushinator]]. Guess what Bender ''doesn't'' do... Let the record show that he didn't touch the Crushinator. A "A lady ''that'' fine, you've gotta romance first!first!"
19th Nov '16 9:31:15 PM MsChibi
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* On ''Series/MyNameIsEarl'', one of the items on Earl's ListOfTransgressions is "Seduced Seven Virgins." There was a settlement of "Camdenites" on the outskirts of town. (Kind of like the Amish, except...[[QuirkyTown bizarre]]. Even ''the wheel'' is [[LuddWasRight too much technology for them!]]) The Camdenites had a RiteOfPassage for the girls when they turned 21, that involved the girls leaving the Camdenite settlement to experience life in the outside world, which they could choose to stay in if they wanted. Earl and Randy pretended to be from a neighboring similar society on the same kind of journey, in order to get the girls to trust them enough to be seduced. The girls liked going to bars, drinking "barley soda" (beer), and casual sex so much, that they were all deciding not to return to the village. Earl has to make up for it by protecting the PreachersKid. [[spoiler: She ends up not coming back to the village, but Earl's ex-wife Billie takes her place.]]
--> '''Earl''': "We did it every year. Some years, the crops were plentiful. Other years...eh, there was a drought. But, a good farmer always finds somethin' to plow!"
9th Oct '16 5:34:31 AM DeepRed
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This is mainly a Western trope, but rare Japanese examples do exist despite this trope is also common in some Asian countries. It's also OlderThanSteam, since a lot of novels and poems in the Middle Ages were about knights meeting a farmers daughter and falling for their beauty and innocence.

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This is mainly a Western trope, but rare Japanese examples do exist despite this trope is also common in some Asian countries. It's also OlderThanSteam, since a lot of novels and poems in the Middle Ages were about knights meeting a farmers daughter and falling for their beauty and innocence. See also the Cowgirl sub-type in {{Cowboy}}.
22nd Sep '16 8:37:30 PM nombretomado
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* Daisy Duke on ''TheDukesOfHazzard'' is probably the TropeCodifier... considering the shorts are named after her.

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* Daisy Duke on ''TheDukesOfHazzard'' ''Series/TheDukesOfHazzard'' is probably the TropeCodifier... considering the shorts are named after her.



* Ellie Mae in ''TheBeverlyHillbillies''.

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* Ellie Mae in ''TheBeverlyHillbillies''.''Series/TheBeverlyHillbillies''.
26th Jul '16 2:22:17 PM margdean56
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* ''ComicStrip/DickTracy'' had such a character in the 88 Keys story when said crook is hiding out at a dairy farm and while he proves hopeless working there, the farmer's preteen daughter is smitten with him. It progresses to the point where Keys manipulates her into be an accomplice to elude Tracy, but she realizes what she is doing and attempts a HeroicSacrifice to stop him. Fortunately, unlike a lot of one-off characters in that AnyoneCanDie story world, all she gets is a good scare and is returned home alright and even gets a fatherly kiss from Tracy at the conclusion of the story. Of course, she takes said fatherly kiss somewhat differently than he intended...

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* ''ComicStrip/DickTracy'' had such a character in the 88 Keys story when said crook is hiding out at a dairy farm and while he proves hopeless working there, the farmer's preteen daughter is smitten with him. It progresses to the point where Keys manipulates her into be an accomplice to elude Tracy, but she realizes what she is doing and attempts a HeroicSacrifice to stop him. Fortunately, unlike a lot of one-off characters in that AnyoneCanDie story world, all she gets is a good scare and is returned home alright all right and even gets a fatherly kiss from Tracy at the conclusion of the story. Of course, she takes said fatherly kiss somewhat differently than he intended...
19th Jul '16 5:04:01 PM nombretomado
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* In one episode of ''OneThousandWaysToDie'', a farm hand is caught banging the farmer's daughter and suffers a KarmicDeath by being accidentally BuriedAlive in manure.

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* In one episode of ''OneThousandWaysToDie'', ''Series/OneThousandWaysToDie'', a farm hand is caught banging the farmer's daughter and suffers a KarmicDeath by being accidentally BuriedAlive in manure.
6th Jul '16 9:49:14 PM Phys101
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* We learn that the Ultimate Joke in ''VideoGame/QuestForGloryIV'' is a joke about "The Wizard and the Farmer's Daughter". It might be classed as a {{Noodle|Incident}} Joke.
3rd Jul '16 1:22:20 PM gewunomox
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* According to TheBeachBoys in "California Girls," the Mid-west farmer's daughter really makes them feel alright.

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* According to TheBeachBoys Music/TheBeachBoys in "California Girls," the Mid-west farmer's daughter really makes them feel alright.
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