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Anyone who has even the most basic knowledge of Walt Disney knows that he was a messed-up dude. Between the mommy-issues and obsession with phallic imagery, the man could have benefitted from a shrink (or two).
The saving grace however, is that the majority of his audience is children and the beautiful thing about children is that they only see the good in the world. Of course, we manage to completely and totally ruin that as they get older, but for a few short, precious years they are blissfully unaware of such perverse things.
The New York Post shared a laugh-out-loud, but also incredibly disturbing article whereupon they detailed some more of the dirtier Disney moments/dialogue, and I've gotta say, this sh-t is rank. Well, not so much for FHM readers, but think of the children!! If you don't have any of those, think of yourself as a child and your poor Disney-polluted mind! Image all the subliminal d-cks you must have missed.
There are countless examples of these naughty finds, but the one's below should definitely convince you enough to go back and try to spot all of them on your own.
In the second installment of the film, we are introduced to cowgirl Jesse, who catches the eye of Buzz Lightyear. In a nod to his attraction, his space wings pop up and start flashing out of the blue.
In the last film, there is a scene in which Mrs. Potato Head takes off her lips after being taunted by Lotso bear, this prompts Mr. Potato Head to shout, “Hey! Nobody takes my wife’s mouth except me!”
A Bug's Life
- The ants and grasshoppers are at war and the cheeky flies cast their eyes on an attractive ladybird, in a joke for the parents, one of the flies says: “Hey cutie, wanna pollinate with a real bug?”
- At the end of the movie, Aladdin and Jasmine get married and the palace begins to shake. The Genie then quips, “I thought the Earth wasn’t supposed to move until the honeymoon!”
- There is a scene in which Cruella, played by Glen Close, is told her star employee, Anita, is pregnant. Then her husband, Roger, pipes up, “We’re having puppies, too!,” referring to their dogs. Cruella shockingly says: “Puppies? Well, haven’t you been a busy boy!”