There is no doubt that every child spends their childhood in front of the television watching their favorite animated shows. Cartoons for children are typically full of hidden meanings and messages, as well as valuable life lessons. However, some animators go too far and slip some dirty humor into what you would think to be an innocent scene.
From dirty jokes to humorous moments, some of your favorite childhood programs were full of gags that would definitely raise your eyebrows as an adult. It’s unclear whether this content was included on purpose or by mistake, but there’s no denying that some of the most famous cartoons contain scenes that are not meant for children’s eyes.
Keep reading to see 11 times that kid’s cartoons had inappropriate moments. You may be surprised to find familiar movies that you’ve seen dozens of times, but it’s true! So scroll down and check them out now!
#1 Toy Story
The first part of the movie is full of jokes for adults. Bo Peep thanks Woody for rescuing her sheep: “What do you say I get someone else to watch the sheep tonight?” In response to this, the sheriff laughs stupidly and says only one thing: “Oh, yes.”
In the first part of the movie, Andy’s favorite toy, Woody, advises his companions not to be concerned about Andy’s birthday and new gifts. However, not all of the toys are as tranquil as Woody’s. Mr. Potato Head expresses his displeasure with Woody’s viewpoint. When Slinky defends Woody, Mr. Potato Head slips his lips behind his back, thereby branding Slinky a “butt kisser.”
#2 Hotel Transylvania
Source: Sony picture
When Wayne the Werewolf pulls off the invisible man’s swimming trunks, the monster justifies “I was just in the pool. The water is cold. Don’t judge me!”
#3 SpongeBob SquarePants
In one of the episodes, Sponge Bob watches a TV show in which an actinia dances to sensuous music. Judging by Bob’s expression, the show on the screen is not intended for kids. It’s no coincidence that as soon as Gary walks into the room, he immediately changes to the sports channel.
#4 Tiny Toon Adventures
Source: Warner Bros. Cartoons
In one of the episodes of the cartoon series, Daffy Duck feels bored at the movies so he read a magazine with a peculiar name.
When Judy and Nick go to the nudist club, the poor bunny is uncomfortable and doesn’t know where to conceal her eyes. In fact, that’s exactly the reply the cunning fox was looking for.
#6 Shrek 2
When Prince Charming arrives at the tower where Fiona is being held captive, he discovers the Wolf instead of the princess. Little Red Riding Hood looks to be amusing himself by reading a fascinating magazine called Pork Illustrated, a play on Sports Illustrated.
Hercules shares his thoughts on the play they both saw while on a date with Meg. “And then that, that play, that, that, that Oedipus thing. Man, I thought I had problems.” Kids may not understand why Meg is laughing at this joke, but adults who are familiar with Greek mythology will recognize the irony.
King Oedipus murdered his father and married his mother without realizing they were his parents. That’s why Hercules says that his problems are simply ridiculous compared to what kind of trials fell upon poor Oedipus.
#8 Ralph Breaks the Internet
Another scene in a children’s animation is inappropriate for youngsters. The Disney princesses exhibit their determination to defend their turf from the stranger in the scene where Vanellope enters their room. Cinderella becomes enraged and smashes her slipper, much how men shatter bottles in bars during brawls.
During an after-race photograph with the victors, two girls (Mia and Tia) drive up to Lightning McQueen. They introduce themselves as ardent supporters of the racer suddenly lift themselves up on their wheels and start to show the racer their “high beams.” This was meant to mimic how some girls lift up their T-shirts and flash rock stars at concerts.
Jane describes to her father what she found remarkable about Tarzan “And his eyes were intense and focused and…I’ve never seen such eyes.” Professor Porter joked, seeing his daughter’s sentiments, “Should I leave you and the blackboard alone for a moment?”
#11 Frozen II
This animation offers great humor for adults. Anna has an odd reaction when Kristoff appears in front of her all dressed up, reminding her that he only put it on for an hour. She says “I prefer you in leather anyway.” These words embarrass Kristoff and he grins stupidly.