Top Ten Rude and Adult Jokes That Were Sneaked Into Children's Movies

The Top Ten
1 When writing the script for Shrek, the name "Farquaad" was chosen for the main villain such that Mike Myers would pronounce it "f***wod"

I'm not joking. They actually did this for that VERY rude joke.
I haven't seen this for YEARS but now that I think about it, the first time Shrek mentions Farquaad, he hesitates. I now know why.

Amazing but true

2 In Aladdin and the King of Thieves, when a stampede of elephants creates an earthquake at Aladdin's wedding, the genie states that "the Earth wasn't supposed to move until the honeymoon"

I think after they got married they would go on a honey moon. And on their honey moon, the would have sex, the screaming of the woman, would cause the earth to shake, like in animated movies and animated shows...

Fat joke? Sex joke? Fat sex joke? I don't get it...

You do know what that means, right?

Someone said that

3 In Madagascar, when Alex and Marty reunite on the beach and Marty realises that Alex is angry, he turns around and, instead of swearing like the actors normally do in more adult films, he says, "oh, sugar, honey, iced tea".

Oh, I thought I invented that... I've been living a big lie this whole time...

Sugar, honey, iced tea. What do you get when you abbreviate it?

How did the movie maker no abbreviate that?

It took me years to get this! Oh

4 In The Lion King, when Simba collapses onto a pile of dust upon the top of a cliff, the dust rises into the air and spells out the word "sex"

I believe it was supposed to say SFX for a tribute to the special effects team, but someone screwed up.

I'm laughing so damn hard right now at this!

5 In Toy Story, a fishing rod attatched to female legs is seen; implying it's a hooker

Seriously, guys, did anyone notice? Parents, perhaps?

This puts a whole new meaning to fishing...

It's name is legs, and it scares me.

Wow, I just got that. How clever.

6 In Ratatouille, when Skinner catches Linguini messing with a pot of soup, he states that "one can get too familiar with vegetables"

Haha! LOVE THIS! I wonder if any child has asked "What does he mean, mum? "
Love this saucy list!

7 The live action cat in the hat saying to a garden hoe "Dirty Hoe!"

I understood this loke as soon as I heard it. This should be at least number 3

Did they actually mean what I think they mean?

I'm sorry, baby, I love you...

This one is hilarious.

8 In Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, you hear Willy saying as he eyes Veruca Salt, "the raspberries taste like raspberries, the strawberries taste like strawberries, the snozzberries taste like snozzberries!"

Wrong, "Snozzberries" is a reference to Super Troopers. Not everything is a gross, sexual joke, people. Jesus.

@PosWildHawk, possibly snozzberry is slang for the genitalia of a gentleman.

I don't understand that one.

9 The topless woman in The Rescuers

It was unintentional, it was I think a picture to get the animators working on it and they forgot to take it out

10 "Doesn’t even like to keep “the food” in his mouth if he’s not satisfied" in Ratatouille

Took me a while... Now I need to go throw up.

The Contenders
11 In Who Framed Roger Rabbit, Jessica Rabbit claims that she'd "loved him more than a woman has ever loved a rabbit"

"Is that a rabbit in your pocket, or are you just happy to see me? "

Come to think of it, there are a lot in this movie.

Think about it. It's clearly a euphemism. An unpleasant one, at that.

12 In Shrek, when seeing singing dolls at a kiosk, they sing "Keep your feet off the grass/ Shine your shoes, wipe your... feet"

They actually show their butts to the camera, saying "wipe your..." then they turn around with sheepish smiles and say "... Face! "

Now, let's think about this, what rude word rhymes with "grass"?

It's actually 'wipe your... face'

They could've just said butt...

13 "What you gonna do, suck me to death?" in The Brave Little Toaster

I find this unsettling, it's an air conditioner saying it to a vacuum cleaner...

14 The priest's erection in The Little Mermaid

It's his knees.

15 In Aladdin, when Aladdin meets Jasmine on the balcony, Aladdin is caught muttering "teenagers take their clothes off"

You also have to turn it up VERY loud to hear the vocals. It's not something you can hear naturally, you literally have to pause and turn your audio to its maximum setting. It's "good teenager, take off your clothes". When questioned, apparently they said they were bored and were trying to have fun. Still, mountains out of mole hills.

Except he wasn't caught muttering that. You were too young to know what he meant!

I didn't catch that one

16 In the live action version of The Cat in the Hat, the cat is seen handling tennis balls and saying "I love the scent of fresh balls"

There were more innuendos than just that one.

Didn't he also say "Dirty Hoe" on screen as well?

I've just figured it out. Ha Ha Ha!

17 The S.L.O.W. previously being called the super hydraulic instantaneous transporter in The Cat In the Hat

A variation on the "Sugar Honey Iced Tea" joke.

18 In Shrek, Farquaad looks at a picture of Fiona and looks down at his...
19 In Ratatouille, food critic Anton Ego says to Linguini on the topic of food, “If I don’t love it, I don’t swallow.”
20 In Ice Age: The Meltdown, the male dung beetle says "Do we have to move this crap? I'm sure there's crap where we're going!"

This is an example of animation not being just for kids.

THAT was a gift from my mother!

21 In frozen, Kristoff asks what shoe size Hans has, and Anna says "foot size doesn't matter."
22 Dory about to explain sex in Finding Dory

Put a sock in it Dory. I've only seen that movie once or twice, and it was about 2 years ago so...

L love that scene.

23 The Psycho Theme Song in Finding Nemo
24 "Wanna 'pollinate' with a real bug?" in A Bug's Life
25 In Toy Story 2, Buzz's wings pop out when Jessie opens the door

I used to think this meant that Buzz was envious of Jessie. But now I know what it actually means.

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