March 20, 2023


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Did You Catch These Adult Jokes In Kids Movies?

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Let’s face it, The Cat in the Hat is a movie for grown-ups.

You’re never too old for a kids movie, especially when it’s got some humor for the adults. With all the subtle (and often dirty) humor snuck into them, rewatching your favorite childhood films can feel like you’re seeing an entirely new movie. These are some of the best!



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Of course the kids franchise has never confirmed Shaggy is a stoner, but we all know where he gets his munchies from. When a woman onboard his flight introduces herself as Mary Jane, he says, “That’s like, my favorite name!” It’s the closest we may ever get to confirming that Shaggy enjoys the devil’s lettuce.



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When Linguini tries explaining Remy the Rat to Colette, he does it in just about the worst way possible. He chases her into the alley, telling her he’s got a “Tiny, little…” and before he can finish she glances down. Can’t blame Colette for getting her pepper spray ready just a few seconds later.



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After Lightning McQueen’s race at the beginning of the movie, he’s met by two of his biggest fans, Mia and Tia. They pop their headlights up, shouting “Kachow!” and McQueen says (while staring at their headlights), “I love being me.” It’s super weird that they look exactly like Lightning McQueen, but that seems like something he’d be into.


A Bug’s Life

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At P.T. Flea’s circus, two mosquitos assume Francis the ladybug is a lady. One of them shouts, “Hey cutie! Wanna pollinate with a real bug?” I guess his kink is being covered in pollen? It’s not a very clean pickup line, but few are.



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Héctor brings Miguel to Chicharrón to borrow his guitar. When Chicharrón requests a song from Héctor, he sings “Everyone Knows Juanita.” The lyrics seem to be a little dirtier than Héctor lets on, because at one point he sings, “And her… knuckles, they drag on the floor–“. Chicharrón says, “Those aren’t the words,” to which Héctor replies: “There are children present.”


The Incredibles

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After Syndrome captures the Parr family, he is stunned to learn that Elastigirl married Mr. Incredible. He then notices the kids, and when I was young and dumb I never got why the adults in the room would chuckle as he said, “and got busy!”


Monster House

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While some of the jokes on this list are pretty straightforward (see the Cat’s boner-hat at the end), this one really is for the older crowd. When the three kids discover that a hanging light in the middle of the possessed house makes it “vomit,” Jenny says that it must be the uvula. Chowder replies: “Ohh, so it’s a girl house.” If you’re still confused, don’t worry. Luckily, there’s a song for everything!



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As Anna and Kristoff ride on his sleigh, he asks her how she knows whether her relationship with Hans is true love. He quizzes her on a few things about him, including his foot size. She quickly answers, “Foot size doesn’t matter.” Come to think of it, Hans does turn out to have tiny foot energy.



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As Hercules and Megara’s date winds down, he talks about the play they just saw. “That play? That Oedipus thing? Man, I thought I had problems.” Nothing to think twice about, until you grow up and learn the actual story of Oedipus, who accidentally kills his father and marries his mother, who then kills herself, causing Oedipus to blind himself. Perfect play for a date, Herc!



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True to the con-artist who serves as one of the movie’s main characters, Zootopia has a lot of fast-paced dialogue and quick, witty jokes. As she’s catching Nick Wilde for tax evasion, I initially didn’t even catch the line, “I am just a dumb bunny, but we are good at multiplying.”


The Emperor’s New Groove

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Of course, Kronk doesn’t share a tent with Yzma (she would never). So he pitches a tent outside.



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When Jaq and Gus go to retrieve the necklace, it breaks apart. As they pick it up, Jaq slides the beads onto Gus’s tail. That’s all. No dirty joke here. A sweet, innocent mind wouldn’t think twice about the image above!


Aladdin and the King of Thieves

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In this movie, Sa’Luk has a brutal knuckleduster with three claws attached. In what was always the most disturbing scene to me as a kid, he punches an elephant in the rear with the weapon (no animated elephants were harmed) during Aladdin and Jasmine’s wedding. The elephant shakes the ground, interrupting the wedding and prompting Genie to say, “I thought the earth wasn’t supposed to move until the honeymoon.”



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When a sweet reunion on the shores of Madagascar turns into Alex charging at Marty, the zebra screams, “Sugar honey iced tea!” Hey, it’s not a curse word! …right?



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The welcome wagon at Duloc is better than any other. Here’s part of the song that welcomes you to town, giving some helpful tips, “Please keep off the grass / Shine your shoes, wipe your…face!” Not sure about that rhyme scheme but I’m no musician.



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Lord Farquaad is a little man, but he’s got a massive castle. When Shrek and Donkey first walk up to Duloc, Shrek speculates that he’s “compensating for something.”


Shrek 2

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Human-Shrek, horse-Donkey, and Puss in Boots are arrested at one point in Shrek 2. The scene is shot just like an episode of Cops, and one of the arresting knights takes a small baggie from Puss, who says its “not his catnip.” This was clearly a plant by the knight because, I don’t know, HE DOESN’T HAVE POCKETS.


Ice Age

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Sid is really bad with anatomy. To provide for the dinosaurs he’s decided to look after, Sid tries to find some milk. So he goes up to a ram and attempts to milk it. We then see Sid being chased by the ram as the sloth screams, “I thought you were a female!”


The Road to El Dorado

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After Chel seduces Tulio, we hear some kissing noises and Tulio saying “Whoa!” right before they are called for. Chel sits up, followed by Tulio. From where their heads are positioned, those noises start to make a lot more sense.


Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory

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The author of the book, Roald Dahl, has used the term “snozzberry” in a few of his works. In Willy Wonka, he tells the kids that the snozzberries taste like snozzberries. In another one of Dahl’s books (My Uncle Oswald), a “snozzberry” is slang for a man’s…Willy Wonka, if you catch my meaning.


Who Framed Roger Rabbit

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Roger Rabbit is distraught when Eddie tells him Jessica was playing patty-cake with another man. This seems to be a pretty cut-and-dry way to say they had sex in a kids movie, until we see the pictures. It’s a kids joke that seems like it’s for adults, then turns out to actually be patty-cake! Regardless, it’s an incredibly intimate game, so Roger is still understandably upset.


The Rugrats Movie

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During the song, “This World Is Something New To Me,” the babies discover their surroundings and themselves. After one states that their “cord” was removed, this little guy looks down his diaper and says, “Consider yourself lucky.”



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*struggles to not make a “my eyes are up here” pun*



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Josh (Hanks’ character) isn’t quite sure how to react when Susan suggests a “sleepover.” There’s a chance they’re on the same page when Josh says, “Okay, but I get to be on top,” until we find out he’s talking about the bunk beds.


The Cat in the Hat

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This surreal movie is pretty much an hour and twenty minutes of adult humor, but it doesn’t get more straightforward than when the Cat sees a picture of the children’s mom…

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