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* ''Film/HerculesReturns'' parodies the [[DullSurprise underwhelming acting]] of the OfficialCouple post-coitus.

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* ''Film/HerculesReturns'' parodies the [[DullSurprise underwhelming acting]] post-coital behavior]] of the OfficialCouple post-coitus.actors playing RunawayFiance Labia and her beloved Testiculi.

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* ''Film/HerculesReturns'' parodies the [[DullSurprise underwhelming acting]] of the OfficialCouple post-coitus.
-->''' Testiculi:''' I didn't expect the Earth to move...but I at least expected you to.


* In ''WesternAnimation/AladdinAndTheKingOfThieves'' when the 40 Thieves crash Aladdin and Jasmine's wedding with a stampeding elephant. When the ground begins to shake, the Genie says "[[GettingCrapPastTheRadar I thought the earth wasn't supposed to move until the honeymoon.]]"

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* In ''WesternAnimation/AladdinAndTheKingOfThieves'' when the 40 Thieves crash Aladdin and Jasmine's wedding with a stampeding elephant. When the ground begins to shake, the Genie says "[[GettingCrapPastTheRadar "[[{{Double Entendre}} I thought the earth wasn't supposed to move until the honeymoon.]]"


* Referenced but not actually said in ''Series/BlakesSeven'' episode "Ultraworld": Tarrant and Dayna (an explosives and weaponry expert) are captured by the Ultras, who want them to demonstrate the "human mating ritual" so they can catalogue the information on their computer. They decide to humour the Ultras, while using the "ritual" as cover for Dayna to extract an explosive device she has hidden in her tooth (?!). She blows a hole in the wall, they escape, the nonplussed aliens are left wondering what happened (one says something along the lines of "Have they finished the ritual?")

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* Referenced but not actually said in ''Series/BlakesSeven'' episode "Ultraworld": Tarrant and Dayna (an explosives and weaponry expert) are captured by the Ultras, who want them to demonstrate the "human mating ritual" bonding ceremony" so they can catalogue the information on their computer. They decide to humour the Ultras, while using the "ritual" "ceremony" as cover for Dayna to extract an explosive device she has hidden in her tooth (?!). She blows a hole in the wall, they escape, the nonplussed aliens are left wondering what happened (one says something along the lines of "Have they finished "Was that the ritual?")human bonding ceremony?")

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* When O-ha and A-ho mate early in ''Literature/HuntersMoon1989'', O-a feels "the grass begin to crackle beneath her".


* In the ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'' novel ''Discworld/WyrdSisters'', Magrat and Verence the Fool are kissing whilst Lancre is moved forwards 15 years in time, technically making it the longest kiss in history.

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* In the ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'' novel ''Discworld/WyrdSisters'', ''Literature/WyrdSisters'', Magrat and Verence the Fool are kissing whilst Lancre is moved forwards 15 years in time, technically making it the longest kiss in history.


* In ''Disney/AladdinAndTheKingOfThieves'' when the 40 Thieves crash Aladdin and Jasmine's wedding with a stampeding elephant. When the ground begins to shake, the Genie says "[[GettingCrapPastTheRadar I thought the earth wasn't supposed to move until the honeymoon.]]"

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* In ''Disney/AladdinAndTheKingOfThieves'' ''WesternAnimation/AladdinAndTheKingOfThieves'' when the 40 Thieves crash Aladdin and Jasmine's wedding with a stampeding elephant. When the ground begins to shake, the Genie says "[[GettingCrapPastTheRadar I thought the earth wasn't supposed to move until the honeymoon.]]"



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* In ''VideoGame/NoMoreHeroes2DesperateStruggle'', just before the Rank 1 fight, [[spoiler: Travis and Sylvia have sex so good that it causes the entire Motel No More Heroes to shake and causes letters to fall off of the sign, turning it from "No More Heroes" to "More Ero".]]


* In ''Series/KnightRider'' with a couple making out in a parked car, and KITT had to push it out of the way in order to drive off.
* ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer''. After Spike and Buffy have DestructoNookie, Buffy wakes up the next morning in the wreckage and asks, "When did the house fall down?"
** After TheirFirstTime turns him evil, [[KickTheDog Angelus taunts Buffy]] by asking if she expected "Fireworks, bells ringing, a dulcet choir of pretty little birdies?" And that's when he's pretending to be Angel - once that's over, he writes "Was it good for you too" in the blood of his next victim.

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* In ''Series/KnightRider'' with episode 3 of ''Series/KnightRider'', KITT gets stuck at the impound. He eventually breaks-out by pushing the car in front of him hard enough to break open the gate. It just so happens that there's a couple making out in a parked car, and said car. When KITT had to push it out of pulls away the way in order to drive off.
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* ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer''. ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer''.
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After Spike and Buffy have DestructoNookie, Buffy wakes up the next morning in the wreckage and asks, "When did the house fall down?"
** After TheirFirstTime turns him evil, [[KickTheDog Angelus taunts Buffy]] by asking if she expected "Fireworks, bells ringing, a dulcet choir of pretty little birdies?" And that's when he's pretending to be Angel - once that's over, he writes "Was it good for you too" too?" in the [[CouldntFindAPen blood of his next victim.victim]].



* In the ''Series/DadsArmy'' episode "The Day the Balloon Went Up", Captain Mainwaring flies through a haystack on the end of a rope. A man and woman, of course, climb out of the collapsed haystack...

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* In the ''Series/DadsArmy'' episode "The Day the Balloon Went Up", while hanging from said balloon on the end of a rope, Captain Mainwaring flies through a haystack on the end of a rope.haystack. A man and woman, of course, climb out of the collapsed haystack...


* ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' episode "Proper Condom Use" has the subplot of sexually inexperienced Mr. Mackey and Ms. Choksondik engaging in intercourse. While this is happening, the children are having a war boys vs. girls vice because they're worried [[ItMakesSenseInContext the other gender will give them AIDS]], which eventually leads to them setting off bombs to one another. The scene cuts to Mackey and Choksondik quickly sitting up from where the screen obscured their activities and the latter asking: "Did you feel something?"

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* ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' episode "Proper Condom Use" has the subplot of sexually inexperienced Mr. Mackey and Ms. Choksondik engaging in intercourse. While this is happening, the children are having a war boys vs. girls vice because they're worried [[ItMakesSenseInContext the other gender will give them AIDS]], which eventually leads to them setting off bombs to on one another. The scene cuts to Mackey and Choksondik quickly sitting up from where the screen obscured their activities and the latter asking: "Did you feel something?"

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* ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' episode "Proper Condom Use" has the subplot of sexually inexperienced Mr. Mackey and Ms. Choksondik engaging in intercourse. While this is happening, the children are having a war boys vs. girls vice because they're worried [[ItMakesSenseInContext the other gender will give them AIDS]], which eventually leads to them setting off bombs to one another. The scene cuts to Mackey and Choksondik quickly sitting up from where the screen obscured their activities and the latter asking: "Did you feel something?"


** ... that's a bit long for a non-Earth-moving kiss. About 20 and a half seconds, for anyone one cares.

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** ... that's a bit long for a non-Earth-moving kiss. About 20 and a half seconds, for anyone one who cares.


Inevitable Stock Phrase when somebody is kissing/having sex during an explosion, earthquake, or similar event. The phrase comes from Creator/ErnestHemingway's ''For Whom the Bell Tolls,'' when the hero and his lover are describing the intensity of the sexual pleasure they had ([[DestructoNookie no literal earth-moving is involved]]). Naturally, the phrase lent itself to much spoofing.

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Inevitable Stock Phrase when somebody is kissing/having used after characters kiss/make out/have sex during an explosion, earthquake, or similar event. The phrase comes from Creator/ErnestHemingway's ''For Whom the Bell Tolls,'' ''Literature/ForWhomTheBellTolls,'' when the hero and his lover are describing the intensity of the sexual pleasure they had ([[DestructoNookie (though, in that particular case, [[DestructoNookie no literal earth-moving is was involved]]). Naturally, the phrase lent itself to much spoofing.


* The back-cover blurb for Creator/MercedesLackey's ''Literature/The Fire Rose'' ends with the statement that the female lead comes to love the male lead[[note]]"Literature/BeautyAndTheBeast" in early-20th Century America[[/note]], "And -- the earth moves..." Of course, this '''is''' 1906 in California, so along with any pleasure the two may take in one another, the earth is moving because of the big San Francisco quake.

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* The back-cover blurb for Creator/MercedesLackey's ''Literature/The Fire Rose'' ''Literature/TheFireRose'' ends with the statement that the female lead comes to love the male lead[[note]]"Literature/BeautyAndTheBeast" in early-20th Century America[[/note]], "And -- the earth moves..." Of course, this '''is''' 1906 in California, so along with any pleasure the two may take in one another, the earth is moving because of the big San Francisco quake.


* The back-cover blurb for Creator/MercedesLackey's ''[[Literature/ElementalMasters The Fire Rose]]'' ends with the statement that the female lead comes to love the male lead[[note]]"Literature/BeautyAndTheBeast" in early-20th Century America[[/note]], "And -- the earth moves..." Of course, this '''is''' 1906 in California, so along with any pleasure the two may take in one another, the earth is moving because of the big San Francisco quake.

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* The back-cover blurb for Creator/MercedesLackey's ''[[Literature/ElementalMasters The ''Literature/The Fire Rose]]'' Rose'' ends with the statement that the female lead comes to love the male lead[[note]]"Literature/BeautyAndTheBeast" in early-20th Century America[[/note]], "And -- the earth moves..." Of course, this '''is''' 1906 in California, so along with any pleasure the two may take in one another, the earth is moving because of the big San Francisco quake.

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