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20th Feb '17 3:24:23 PM Prfnoff
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** ''Magical Melody'': You can only have a baby if you keep up the Heart Meter, but one of the requirements to be married is [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar having a double bed in the house]]. If you try to put in a single bed after the wedding, your spouse says something like "We ''are'' married, after all". You get one {{cutscene}} in which you find out that you're pregnant and one in which you have the baby (with all of your clothes onů [[FridgeLogic somehow]]). Interestingly, if you're playing as a female character, you lose health a little more quickly while pregnant.

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** ''Magical Melody'': You can only have a baby if you keep up the Heart Meter, but one of the requirements to be married is [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar having a double bed in the house]]. If you try to [[SleepingSingle put in a single bed after the wedding, wedding]], your spouse says something like "We ''are'' married, after all". You get one {{cutscene}} in which you find out that you're pregnant and one in which you have the baby (with all of your clothes onů [[FridgeLogic somehow]]). Interestingly, if you're playing as a female character, you lose health a little more quickly while pregnant.
20th Feb '17 3:21:36 PM Prfnoff
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* Housemaster and Good Kitty's "sex" in ''WebAnimation/{{Arfenhouse}}: The Movie'', much like the game demonstrated above.

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* Housemaster and Good Kitty's "sex" in ''WebAnimation/{{Arfenhouse}}: The Movie'', much like the game demonstrated above.above, but with added maniacal laughter.
27th Jan '17 8:18:41 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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* ''Film/TheAdventuresOfBaronMunchausen'' sets this up as a gag. The King and Queen of the Moon have [[LosingYourHead detachable heads]], allowing them to separate their cerebral aspects from the base urges of their bodies. At one point, the Queen's disembodied head begins making suggestive noises and expressions, prompting the Baron to awkwardly tell his KidSidekick that the King is tickling her feet in bed. Incredibly, that ''isn't'' an example of LiesToChildren -- the King is literally tickling the Queen's feet in bed.

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* ''Film/TheAdventuresOfBaronMunchausen'' sets this up as a gag. The gag with the King and Queen of the Moon Moon, who have [[LosingYourHead detachable heads]], allowing them to separate their cerebral aspects from the base urges of their bodies.heads]]. At one point, the Queen's disembodied head begins making suggestive noises and expressions, prompting the Baron to awkwardly tell his KidSidekick that the King is tickling her feet in bed. Incredibly, that ''isn't'' an example of LiesToChildren -- the King is literally tickling the Queen's feet in bed.
27th Jan '17 8:16:48 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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* ''Film/TheAdventuresOfBaronMunchausen'' sets this up as a gag. The King and Queen of the Moon have [[LosingYourHead detachable heads]], allowing them to separate their cerebral aspects from the base urges of their bodies. At one point, the Queen's disembodied head begins making suggestive noises and expressions, prompting the Baron to awkwardly tell his KidSidekick that the King is tickling her feet in bed. Incredibly, that ''isn't'' an example of LiesToChildren -- the King is ''actually tickling the Queen's feet in bed''.

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* ''Film/TheAdventuresOfBaronMunchausen'' sets this up as a gag. The King and Queen of the Moon have [[LosingYourHead detachable heads]], allowing them to separate their cerebral aspects from the base urges of their bodies. At one point, the Queen's disembodied head begins making suggestive noises and expressions, prompting the Baron to awkwardly tell his KidSidekick that the King is tickling her feet in bed. Incredibly, that ''isn't'' an example of LiesToChildren -- the King is ''actually literally tickling the Queen's feet in bed''.bed.
27th Jan '17 8:15:25 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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* ''Film/TheAdventuresOfBaronMunchausen'' sets this up as a gag. The King and Queen of the Moon have [[LosingYourHead detachable heads]], allowing them to separate their cerebral aspects from the base urges of their bodies. At one point, the Queen's disembodied head begins making suggestive noises and expressions, prompting the Baron to awkwardly tell his KidSidekick that the King is tickling her feet in bed. Incredibly, that ''isn't'' an example of LiesToChildren -- the King is ''actually tickling the Queen's feet in bed''.
27th Jan '17 2:39:52 AM TrueBlue170
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* The original ''VideoGame/TheSims'' required only a sufficient number of passionate kisses to provoke the arrival of the baby bassinet. Later expansion packs introduced the Heart Bed, which could be used to "play in bed", which would also create a baby. In ''Sims 2'' and ''3'', this gets averted as Sims have sex in all but name--they "Woo Hoo" instead. Complete with comedic sound effects ranging from giggling to meowing to content moaning. In ''Sims 2'', they could even Woo Hoo in the car or a changing booth. Later expansions introduce hot tubs, hammocks, tents and an elevator. ''Sims 3'' allows you to Woo Hoo or Try For Baby while touring City Hall.

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* The original ''VideoGame/TheSims'' required only a sufficient number of passionate kisses to provoke the arrival of the baby bassinet. Later expansion packs introduced the Heart Bed, which could be used to "play in bed", which would also create a baby. In ''Sims 2'' and ''3'', this gets averted as Sims have sex in all but name--they "Woo Hoo" instead. Complete with comedic sound effects ranging from giggling to meowing to content moaning. In ''Sims 2'', they could even Woo Hoo in the car or a changing booth. Later expansions introduce hot tubs, hammocks, tents and an elevator. ''Sims 3'' allows you to Woo Hoo or Try For Baby while touring City Hall. And in ''Sims 4'', you can Woohoo/Try for Baby in a closet or even in a BUSH.
17th Jan '17 9:00:45 AM Monolaf317
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** In "Clum Babies'', ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' expy Ling-Ling starts dating a female monster, who he "fights" on a regular basis; among his people, battles to the death are an allegory for sex, complete with one-night stands and unsatisfied opponents faking it. Near the end of the episode, they're both getting bored, and his partner suggests they spice things up by dropping the metaphor and actually having sex.

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** In "Clum Babies'', ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' expy Ling-Ling starts dating ends up in an ArrangedMarriage with a female monster, who he "fights" on a regular basis; among his people, battles to the death are an allegory for sex, complete with one-night stands and unsatisfied opponents faking it. Near the end of the episode, they're both getting bored, and his partner suggests they spice things up by dropping the metaphor and actually having sex.
16th Jan '17 3:31:57 PM Monolaf317
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** In a later episode, Franchise/{{Pokemon}} expy Ling-Ling starts dating a female monster, who he "fights" on a regular basis. Near the end of the episode, they're both getting bored, and his partner suggests they spice things up by dropping the metaphor and actually having sex.

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** In a later episode, Franchise/{{Pokemon}} "Clum Babies'', ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' expy Ling-Ling starts dating a female monster, who he "fights" on a regular basis.basis; among his people, battles to the death are an allegory for sex, complete with one-night stands and unsatisfied opponents faking it. Near the end of the episode, they're both getting bored, and his partner suggests they spice things up by dropping the metaphor and actually having sex.
6th Jan '17 6:11:53 AM SeptimusHeap
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* In ''Bollywood/DilSe'', the "Jiya Jale" ItemNumber (where Preity is imagining what it would be like to be married to Amar, not long before her wedding) has the two dancing together (some of the moves being rather suggestive) in water. The [[FreudWasRight Freudian imagery]] is enforced with Amar and male backup dancers dancing surrounded by elephants. Reviews of the film noted how the lack of a sex scene was compensated for by the "exoticism" of this scene.

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* In ''Bollywood/DilSe'', the "Jiya Jale" ItemNumber (where Preity is imagining what it would be like to be married to Amar, not long before her wedding) has the two dancing together (some of the moves being rather suggestive) in water. The [[FreudWasRight Freudian imagery]] imagery is enforced with Amar and male backup dancers dancing surrounded by elephants. Reviews of the film noted how the lack of a sex scene was compensated for by the "exoticism" of this scene.
24th Nov '16 3:34:23 PM shawnvw
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* ''Series/{{Dinosaurs}}'': Robbie does "the mating dance" in school, obviously a substitute for getting an erection. He later tries to learn more about sex by visiting a dance hall of ill repute. And Charlene gets self-conscious when her tail starts to grow.

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* ''Series/{{Dinosaurs}}'': Robbie reflexively does "the mating dance" in school, obviously a substitute for getting an erection. He later tries to learn more about sex by visiting a dance hall of ill repute. And Charlene gets self-conscious when her tail starts to grow.
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