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7th Jan '17 1:26:52 AM SeptimusHeap
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If pornography is to be believed, no profession results in higher rates of sexual promiscuity than being a pizza delivery boy. Any mention of pizza in a pornographic movie will result in a pizza boy having sex. You'd be surprised that there aren't people clamoring to sign up with Pizza Hut or Domino's just for the ''tips'' alone. Expect to hear some really crappy dialogue about [[FreudWasRight "sausage"]].

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If pornography is to be believed, no profession results in higher rates of sexual promiscuity than being a pizza delivery boy. Any mention of pizza in a pornographic movie will result in a pizza boy having sex. You'd be surprised that there aren't people clamoring to sign up with Pizza Hut or Domino's just for the ''tips'' alone. Expect to hear some really crappy dialogue about [[FreudWasRight "sausage"]]."sausage".
3rd Jan '17 9:08:14 PM HasturHasturHastur
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Note though that this trope does not happen in real life. Ever. Part of this has to do with the fact that this is all a fantasy. In addition, all the pizza delivery services do share a policy of not entering a private residence. This is not to prevent sexual encounters, but to prevent the possibility of the driver being robbed, raped, or kidnapped. It is typical policy to remain at the door, in plain sight of the street at all times and to avoid any darkened areas or locations that look to be uninhabited for the same reason. Plus, every delivery is timed, the store management knows the exact address the driver is going to, and how long it should take them to drive there, make the delivery and return. Any delay must be explained, and no normal delay is long enough to have a successful sexual encounter even if one were offered. Nor are there an abundance of attractive women so desperate that they will offer themselves to random strangers who knock at their door. Also, remember, the pizza guy/gal is working for a ''business''; sex is great, but it won't pay for the overhead costs of running the pizzeria or having a home-delivery service in the first place... so it's not a suitable payment or acceptable substitute for one.

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Note though that this trope does not happen in real life. Ever. Part of this has to do with the fact that this is all a fantasy. In addition, all the pizza delivery services do share a policy of not entering a private residence. This is not to prevent sexual encounters, but to prevent the possibility of the driver being robbed, raped, or kidnapped. It is typical policy to remain at the door, in plain sight of the street at all times and to avoid any darkened areas or locations that look to be uninhabited for the same reason. Plus, every delivery is timed, the store management knows the exact address the driver is going to, and how long it should take them to drive there, make the delivery and return. Any delay must be explained, and no normal delay is long enough to have a successful sexual encounter even if one were offered. Nor are there an abundance of attractive women so desperate that they will offer themselves to random strangers who knock at their door.door (though anyone who has been delivering pizzas for long enough has probably been propositioned by a customer at least once). Also, remember, the pizza guy/gal is working for a ''business''; sex is great, but it won't pay for the overhead costs of running the pizzeria or having a home-delivery service in the first place... so it's not a suitable payment or acceptable substitute for one. \n Every once in a while, you ''may'' get a driver who is dumb enough to sleep with a willing customer, but they will not have a job after (and, if they do manage to avoid getting fired, probably work for a badly-managed store that likely has bigger problems than drivers fucking customers).
7th Dec '16 9:46:24 PM CurledUpWithDakka
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Note though that this trope does not happen in real life. Ever. Part of this has to do with the fact that this is all a fantasy. In addition, all the pizza delivery services do share a policy of not entering a private residence. This is not to prevent sexual encounters, but to prevent the possibility of the driver being robbed, raped, or kidnapped. It is typical policy to remain at the door, in plain sight of the street at all times and to avoid any darkened areas or locations that look to be uninhabited for the same reason. Plus, every delivery is timed, the store management knows the exact address the driver is going to, and how long it should take them to drive there, make the delivery and return. Any delay must be explained, and no normal delay is long enough to have a successful sexual encounter even if one were offered. Nor are there an abundance of attractive women so desperate that they will offer themselves to random strangers who knock at their door. Also, remember, the pizza guy/gal is working for a ''business''; sex is great, but it won't pay for the overhead costs of running the pizzeria or having a home-delivery service in the first place...so it's not a suitable payment or acceptable substitute for one.

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Note though that this trope does not happen in real life. Ever. Part of this has to do with the fact that this is all a fantasy. In addition, all the pizza delivery services do share a policy of not entering a private residence. This is not to prevent sexual encounters, but to prevent the possibility of the driver being robbed, raped, or kidnapped. It is typical policy to remain at the door, in plain sight of the street at all times and to avoid any darkened areas or locations that look to be uninhabited for the same reason. Plus, every delivery is timed, the store management knows the exact address the driver is going to, and how long it should take them to drive there, make the delivery and return. Any delay must be explained, and no normal delay is long enough to have a successful sexual encounter even if one were offered. Nor are there an abundance of attractive women so desperate that they will offer themselves to random strangers who knock at their door. Also, remember, the pizza guy/gal is working for a ''business''; sex is great, but it won't pay for the overhead costs of running the pizzeria or having a home-delivery service in the first place... so it's not a suitable payment or acceptable substitute for one.



* ''Series/TopGear'' featured a lengthy gag about how presenter James May's idea of a porn film would have the boiler repairman meet the lonely housewife in her negligee and.... repair the boiler.

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* ''Series/TopGear'' featured a lengthy gag about how presenter James May's idea of a porn film would have the boiler repairman meet the lonely housewife in her negligee and....and... repair the boiler.
11th Sep '16 7:14:08 PM MsChibi
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Note though that this trope does not happen in real life. Ever. Part of this has to do with the fact that this is all a fantasy. In addition, all the pizza delivery services do share a policy of not entering a private residence. This is not to prevent sexual encounters, but to prevent the possibility of the driver being robbed or kidnapped. It is typical policy to remain at the door, in plain sight of the street at all times and to avoid any darkened areas or locations that look to be uninhabited for the same reason. Plus, every delivery is timed, the store management knows the exact address the driver is going to, and how long it should take them to drive there, make the delivery and return. Any delay must be explained, and no normal delay is long enough to have a successful sexual encounter even if one were offered. Nor are there an abundance of attractive women so desperate that they will offer themselves to random strangers who knock at their door.

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Note though that this trope does not happen in real life. Ever. Part of this has to do with the fact that this is all a fantasy. In addition, all the pizza delivery services do share a policy of not entering a private residence. This is not to prevent sexual encounters, but to prevent the possibility of the driver being robbed robbed, raped, or kidnapped. It is typical policy to remain at the door, in plain sight of the street at all times and to avoid any darkened areas or locations that look to be uninhabited for the same reason. Plus, every delivery is timed, the store management knows the exact address the driver is going to, and how long it should take them to drive there, make the delivery and return. Any delay must be explained, and no normal delay is long enough to have a successful sexual encounter even if one were offered. Nor are there an abundance of attractive women so desperate that they will offer themselves to random strangers who knock at their door.
door. Also, remember, the pizza guy/gal is working for a ''business''; sex is great, but it won't pay for the overhead costs of running the pizzeria or having a home-delivery service in the first place...so it's not a suitable payment or acceptable substitute for one.
30th Aug '16 9:03:23 PM MsChibi
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* On ''Series/MyNameIsEarl'', it's revealed that Darnell [[spoiler: back when he was known as Harry Munroe]] used to have a roommate. That roommate is now the warden at Camden's prison, and married to the governor. He used to be a porn star, and is shown filming a porn movie involving a cable guy in his and Darnell's shared apartment. Darnell is unfazed, but [[NotInFrontOfTheParrot requests to put a cloth over his pet parrot's cage so he won't have to hear the parrot talking about it all night]]. [[spoiler: The warden agrees to let Earl out of prison in exchange for Darnell keeping quiet about his past.]]
9th Aug '16 3:43:16 PM FuzzyBoots
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* Music/IvorBiggun's "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f90G95ItQBY Toolbag Ted from Birkenhead]]"
--> ''Ripping my missus's drawers out,''
--> ''Banging on the bedroom floor,''
--> ''He's Toolbag Ted from Birkenhead, the randy handyman''
--> ''He walks in when I walk out,
--> ''Does a bloody sight better than ever I can.''
10th Jul '16 11:25:35 AM SteveMB
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** Parodied, with Conan O'Brien playing an inept pizza boy who didn't realize his customers were hitting on him.

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** Parodied, with Conan O'Brien playing an inept pizza boy who [[CaptainOblivious didn't realize realize]] that his customers were hitting on him.
3rd May '16 2:26:02 PM Monolaf317
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Note though that this trope does not happen in real life. Part of this has to do with the fact that this is all a fantasy. In addition, all the pizza delivery services do share a policy of not entering a private residence. This is not to prevent sexual encounters, but to prevent the possibility of the driver being robbed or kidnapped. It is typical policy to remain at the door, in plain sight of the street at all times and to avoid any darkened areas or locations that look to be uninhabited for the same reason. Plus, every delivery is timed, the store management knows the exact address the driver is going to, and how long it should take them to drive there, make the delivery and return. Any delay must be explained, and no normal delay is long enough to have a successful sexual encounter even if one were offered. Nor are there an abundance of attractive women so desperate that they will offer themselves to random strangers who knock at their door.

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Note though that this trope does not happen in real life. Ever. Part of this has to do with the fact that this is all a fantasy. In addition, all the pizza delivery services do share a policy of not entering a private residence. This is not to prevent sexual encounters, but to prevent the possibility of the driver being robbed or kidnapped. It is typical policy to remain at the door, in plain sight of the street at all times and to avoid any darkened areas or locations that look to be uninhabited for the same reason. Plus, every delivery is timed, the store management knows the exact address the driver is going to, and how long it should take them to drive there, make the delivery and return. Any delay must be explained, and no normal delay is long enough to have a successful sexual encounter even if one were offered. Nor are there an abundance of attractive women so desperate that they will offer themselves to random strangers who knock at their door.



* A pornographic ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' webcomic series by the artist Winick-Lim involves a ''male'' Braixen (named Chris) sleeping with the mailman (a Zoroark named Zack). The affair actually goes on for a couple days [[ParentsWalkInAtTheWorstTime until the former's caught by his mother when he's in the middle of the act.]]

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* A pornographic ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' webcomic series by the artist Winick-Lim involves a ''male'' Braixen (named Chris) sleeping with the mailman (a Zoroark named Zack). The But neither are cheating on anyone; the affair actually goes on for a couple days [[ParentsWalkInAtTheWorstTime until the former's caught by his mother when he's in the middle of the act.]]



3rd May '16 2:24:28 PM Monolaf317
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* A pornographic ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' webcomic series by the artist Winick-Lim involves a ''male'' Braixen (named Chris) sleeping with the mailman (a Zoroark named Zack). The affair actually goes on for a couple days or so [[ParentsWalkInAtTheWorstTime until the former's caught by his mother when he's in the middle of the act.]]

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* A pornographic ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' webcomic series by the artist Winick-Lim involves a ''male'' Braixen (named Chris) sleeping with the mailman (a Zoroark named Zack). The affair actually goes on for a couple days or so [[ParentsWalkInAtTheWorstTime until the former's caught by his mother when he's in the middle of the act.]]
3rd May '16 1:48:44 PM Monolaf317
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* A pornographic ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' webcomic series by the artist Winick-Lim involves a ''male'' Braixen (named Chris) sleeping with the mailman (a Zoroark named Zack) who had earlier delivered...uh... anyway, affair goes on for a couple days or so [[ParentsWalkInAtTheWorstTime until the former's caught by his mother when he's in the middle of the act.]]

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* A pornographic ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' webcomic series by the artist Winick-Lim involves a ''male'' Braixen (named Chris) sleeping with the mailman (a Zoroark named Zack) who had earlier delivered...uh... anyway, Zack). The affair actually goes on for a couple days or so [[ParentsWalkInAtTheWorstTime until the former's caught by his mother when he's in the middle of the act.]]
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