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13th Nov '15 9:43:54 AM RainbowPhoenix
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* In the first episode of ''{{Series/Reba}}'', after youngest child Jake revealed that oldest daughter Cheyanne was pregnant, Reba and Brock ask Cheyanne and Van what they were thinking. Cheyanne says that she though a woman could only get pregnant one day of the month. Reba sets her straight. -->'''Reba:''' You can get pregnant most days of the month, sitting down, standing up, [[TooMuchInformation and in a motel hot tub]]!
13th Oct '15 4:48:22 PM ZeldaQueen64
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* The movie ''Jenny, Juno'' has a brief implication of this for the guy. At the start of the movie, when Jenny reveals to Juno that she's pregnant, Juno is confused and asks if what they did really could cause pregnancy. An annoyed Jenny assures him that yes, it can.

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* In ''Webcomic/BetterDays'', Jessica gets pregnant soon after she and Robert get married. When her friends ask how she managed that, [[TheDitz she proudly says it happened pretty quickly when they stopped doing anal]].
29th Aug '15 9:58:45 PM sorako
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* In ''LightNovel/YuushaNiNarenakattaOreWaShibushibuShuushokuOKetsuiShimashita'', Fino's father told her that women get pregnant if they sleep in the same room as a man, so she briefly panics and thinks she's pregnant after waking up in Raul's room (she went to his room half asleep in the middle of the night because he has a fan and she was hot) and Raul has to explain to her that she's not pregnant.
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* In ''LightNovel/YuushaNiNarenakattaOreWaShibushibuShuushokuOKetsuiShimashita'', ''LightNovel/ICouldntBecomeAHeroSoIReluctantlyDecidedToGetAJob'', Fino's father told her that women get pregnant if they sleep in the same room as a man, so she briefly panics and thinks she's pregnant after waking up in Raul's room (she went to his room half asleep in the middle of the night because he has a fan and she was hot) and Raul has to explain to her that she's not pregnant.
23rd Jul '15 11:31:24 PM LancelotG
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* In ''GoSetAWatchman,'' a twelve-year-old Jean Louise "Scout" Finch believes herself to be pregnant after being unwillingly French-kissed by a boy at school.

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* In Mona Simpson's ''Anywhere But Here'', Ann's grandmother, Lillian, conceived her first child, Carol, when she was in her teens. When her boyfriend initiated sexual contact, she didn't know what it was. --> All the time I was growing up, I thought a soul lay in your chest, I even thought I knew what it looked like. It was a wide, horizontal triangle like a yoke, made out of white fog, like clouds. I thought married people had babies by somehow pressing their chests together so their souls touched. That's how dumb I was. That was as much as I knew. I was pretty sure it had something to do with kissing, and so I was careful we didn't kiss.
4th Jul '15 12:02:01 AM LordGro
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She actively fosters this belief in Gilling.
* ''Literature/GautreksSaga'': When the hillbilly Gilling notices his sister Snotra is pregnant, he believes he impregnated her by accidentally touching her cheek with his hand. Snotra, who knows that King Gauti is the father, leaves him in his belief for convenience.
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* ''Literature/GautreksSaga'': When the hillbilly Snotra realizes she is pregnant from Gauti, she makes her brother Gilling notices his sister Snotra is pregnant, believe he believes he (Gilling) impregnated her by accidentally touching her cheek with his hand. Snotra, who knows that King Gauti is Neither Gilling nor any of the father, leaves him in his belief for convenience.other hillbilly siblings see through this fib.
3rd May '15 6:29:04 AM LordGro
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* ''Literature/GautreksSaga'': When the hillbilly Gilling notices his sister Snotra is pregnant, he believes he impregnated her by accidentally touching her cheek with his hand. Snotra, who knows that King Gauti is the father, leaves him in his belief for convenience.
3rd May '15 4:53:09 AM LordGro
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No, actually I did no wonder. Rewriting example to be clearer; crosswicking.
* Ever wonder why Rapunzel made such a stupid slip of the tongue and happened to mention PrinceCharming while talking to Mother Gothel (the witch) in the Grimm Brothers' version? In the original story, her slip of the tongue was a bit subtler: "Mother Gothel, why do you suppose it is my clothes are so tight and they don't fit me anymore?" The trope's rather justified in this case, as she'd been locked up in a tower and quite literally needed to get out more. Note also that even in the Grimms' version, she later gives birth to twins, which certainly were ''not'' brought in by the stork.
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* Ever wonder why Rapunzel made such a stupid slip In "Literature/{{Rapunzel}}" as found in the first edition of the tongue and happened to mention PrinceCharming while talking to Creator/BrothersGrimm fairy tales, Mother Gothel (the witch) in the Grimm Brothers' version? In the original story, her slip gets wind of the tongue was a bit subtler: "Mother Gothel, fair prince visiting Rapunzel when Rapunzel wonders why do you suppose it her dress is my clothes are so tight seemingly getting tighter and they don't fit me anymore?" The trope's rather justified in this case, as she'd tighter around the middle. Obviously it does not occur to Rapunzel (who has been locked up in a tower and quite literally needed to get out more. Note also from age twelve) that even in the Grimms' version, she later gives birth to twins, which certainly were ''not'' brought in could be pregnant. This version of events was [[{{Bowdlerise}} sanitized]] by the stork.Grimms from the second edition onwards, where Rapunzel simply [[IdiotBall blabs out that the prince visits her in a moment of thoughtlessness.]]
3rd May '15 4:07:07 AM LordGro
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** In a ''Disney/LadyAndTheTramp'' parody within the episode "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS19E12LoveSpringfieldianStyle Love, Springfieldian Style]]", Vamp (a cross of Marge and Lady from ''Lady and the Tramp''), alone with Shady (Homer/Tramp) after a romantic dinner at Luigi's, tells Shady "I am in heat. That's the safe time, right?, to which Shady (presumably despite better knowledge) replies "Oh, the safest!" [[LawOfInverseFertility Predictably,]] Vamp gets pregnant.
3rd May '15 4:01:04 AM LordGro
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No potholes in page quotes, please.
'''Dad:''' No, ''you'' were [[WellDoneSonGuy a blue light special at K-Mart]], almost as good, and a lot cheaper.
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'''Dad:''' No, ''you'' were [[WellDoneSonGuy a blue light special at K-Mart]], K-Mart, almost as good, and a lot cheaper.

* ''SpringAwakening''. 14-year-old Wendla's mother tells her that, in order to have a child, she must simply love her husband with her whole heart. She is later shocked to find herself pregnant as a result of having sex with her friend, Melchior. After all, Melchior is not her husband!
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* ''SpringAwakening''.''Theatre/SpringAwakening''. 14-year-old Wendla's mother tells her that, in order to have a child, she must simply love her husband with her whole heart. She is later shocked to find herself pregnant as a result of having sex with her friend, Melchior. After all, Melchior is not her husband!
14th Feb '15 4:43:07 PM Gowan
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* ''The Bonesetter's Daughter''. Eleven-year-old Ruth is unclear on many things relating to sex, including the specific bodily fluid necessary for conception. So when she sits down on a toilet seat immediately after her male neighbor used it and didn't aim well, she fears she's pregnant.
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* ''The Bonesetter's Daughter''. Eleven-year-old Ruth is unclear on many things relating to sex, including the specific bodily fluid necessary for conception. So when she sits down on a toilet seat immediately after her male neighbor used it and didn't aim well, she fears she's pregnant. [[note]] As everything uses the same way, so to speak, anything that comes out of the penis could contain sperm in theory. Still extremely unlikely to get pregnant that way. [[/note]]
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