Postman's Knock

Postman's Knock is a children's kissing game.

It may also refer to Postman's Knock (film), a 1962 British comedy film directed by Robert Lynn and starring Spike Milligan.

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... wounded legs, but found himself unable to settle down to the life of an urban postman ... was advised to take a walking holiday before returning to his work as a postman ... holiday he took in or near Cleobury Mortimer, and there he found a postman willing to exchange a rural postal round for Simon's urban one ...
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Famous quotes containing the word knock:

    There is nothing in the world more stubborn than a corpse: you can hit it, you can knock it to pieces, but you cannot convince it.
    Alexander Herzen (1812–1870)