14 Hidden Jokes From Kids’ Shows and Movies That Were Right Under Your Nose the Whole Time

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14 Hidden Jokes From Kids’ Shows and Movies That Were Right Under Your Nose the Whole Time

I guess it’s hard to blame a six-year-old for not picking up on an obscure sexual innuendo in a Pixar movie. And yet, here I am, blaming six-year-old you for exactly that.

Shaggy Nearly Admits to Smoking Weed

In 2002’s Scooby-Doo, when a woman introduces herself as Mary Jane, Shaggy responds, “That’s like, my favorite name!”

‘Robots’ Glosses Over the Details of Babymaking

Mrs. Copperbottom makes a seductive face (for a robot, anyway), and declares, “Making the baby is the fun part!,” while holding up a box of baby parts that reads, “Some assembly required.”

Lightning McQueen Gets Flashed

Two fans/cosplayers approach McQueen and yell his catchphrase, “Kachow!” as they flash their high beams at him. He responds like a young human celebrity who just saw more skin than he’s used to: “I love being me.”

Robin Williams Snuck a Virginity Joke Into ‘Aladdin III’

After surviving a stampede of animals, Genie says, “I thought the Earth wasn’t supposed to move until the honeymoon!”

The Filthy Pickup Line From ‘A Bug’s Life’

A horny mosquito mistakes Francis the ladybug for a lady bug: “Hey cutie! Wanna pollinate with a real bug?”

A Surprisingly Cynical Joke in ‘Beauty and the Beast’

Cogsworth slips in a little toxic advice while advising Beast on how to win over Belle: “Well, there’s the usual things. Flowers… chocolates… promises you don’t intend to keep.”

It Probably Wasn’t Her Knuckles

In Coco, Héctor sings a song called “Everyone Knows Juanita,” but stumbles on a lyric: “And her… knuckles, they drag on the floor.” Chicharrón corrects him — “Those aren’t the words” — and Héctor reminds him, “There are children present.”

A Key Party in Whoville

During a party scene, there’s a clear shot of a fish bowl filled with keys, which swingers like to use as a way to pair up and kick off the evening’s swinging festivities.

‘Monster House’s Faulty Anatomy Lesson

The kids discover that a hanging light fixture makes the house puke, leading Jenny to deduce that it’s the house’s uvula. Chowder says, “Oooh, so it’s a girl house!”

‘A Girl Worth Fighting For’ in ‘Mulan’

This song is dripping with innuendo, and they even sing the quiet part out loud: “You can guess what we have missed the most, since we went off to war!” (It’s sex).

Anna Is No Size Queen

In Frozen, Kristoff asks Anna some increasingly personal questions, including Hans’ foot size. Anna comes to his defense: “Foot size doesn’t matter.”

Roger Rabbit Didn’t Get Eddie’s Legal Jargon

Eddie: You go downtown to the courthouse and check the probate.

Roger: Yeah, check the probate! Why, my Uncle Thumper had a problem with his probate, and he had to take these big pills and drink lots of water!

Kronk Pitches a Tent

In The Emperor’s New Groove, Kronk sleeps outside with the tiniest tent pitched — right where one might euphemistically pitch a tent.

The Head Chef From ‘Ratatouille’ Gave Alfredo a Coded, But Dire, Warning

“One can get too familiar with vegetables, ya know.”

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