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  • ♫ I can show you the world

  • and some disturbing sexual jokes

  • that were hidden in Disney movies.

  • Disney films, they're funny, they teach

  • life lessons and they're good, wholesome,

  • PG-rated fun, or are they?

  • Well, as it turns out, if you take a close

  • look at the movies that you love,

  • whether they're from your childhood

  • or even from this past year, you might

  • just find a few not-so-appropriate jokes.

  • Now, granted these jokes go over most

  • children's heads, but if you're an adult,

  • you probably picked up on them,

  • and if you didn't, well, you're about to.

  • Get ready to be shocked at the sheer dirtiness

  • of the writer's minds of some of your

  • favorite Disney movies.

  • Without further ado, here they are

  • 10 dirty jokes hidden inside Disney movies.

  • Number one is the Cars 2 lemon party.

  • Oh, God!

  • We start this list with, arguably, one of the most

  • disturbing sexual references in a Disney

  • movie in Disney's Cars 2.

  • In the movie, the antagonists are the lemons,

  • broken-down, unwanted cars led

  • by the evil Professor Zundapp.

  • The lemons have a small victory and feel

  • that their plans are working perfectly,

  • so they throw themselves a party, a lemon party.

  • Now, for those of you that don't know

  • the Internet's version of what a lemon party is,

  • uh, how do I describe this, it's a single image

  • of (throat clearing) three elderly men

  • who really enjoy each other's company.

  • It's considered one of the unholy trinities

  • of the Internet and is no stranger to Hollywood's

  • jokes, with even A-list celebrities telling people

  • to check out their website that is really

  • just the image of a lemon party.

  • Thanks, Disney!

  • Visual nightmare achieved!

  • Number two is a walking joke in Toy Story.

  • Released on November 22, 1995, Toy Story

  • has the honor of being the first fully

  • computer-animated feature film ever made.

  • Centered around toys that come alive once alone,

  • the film features their adventures after getting

  • lost and trying to make their way back to their homeowner.

  • In one scene, the two main characters, Buzz Lightyear

  • and Woody, encounter the disfigured and terrifying

  • toy creations of a sadistic kid named Sid Phillips.

  • Now that you already know, but what you likely

  • never noticed is that one of these creations

  • seems to be the subject of Sid's immature

  • humor since it's comprised solely of a fishing

  • reel and a hook with a pair of bare Barbie

  • legs attached to it.

  • In other words, it's a walking metaphor for a lady

  • of the night, A-K-A, a hooker.

  • Whaa whaa.

  • Well done, Disney.

  • Yeah, you're clever.

  • Disturbing, disturbing minds behind these writers.

  • I'm tellin' you.

  • Dirty.

  • Number three is Hans' foot size in Frozen.

  • Disney's Frozen, released on November 27, 2013,

  • finds Princess Anna on her journey to find

  • and convince her sister Elsa to return to their

  • kingdom despite Elsa's uncontrollable magic

  • powers over ice and cold.

  • On Anna's journey, she meets a young

  • ice worker named Kristoff.

  • The pair talk about Anna's recent engagement

  • to Prince Hans, who she had just met that day.

  • So, Kristoff challenges her to recall things

  • about the prince, like his last name

  • or his favorite food, his best friend's name

  • or of course, his foot size.

  • Now, seems pretty innocent except that, you know,

  • Anna invents answers for everything except his foot size,

  • to which she replies, foot size doesn't matter,

  • which of course, is a clever reference to the myth

  • about the correlation between a man's foot size

  • and the size of his junk.

  • Ew Disney, you gettin' nasty with those references, girl!

  • Number four is Miss Potato Head's mouth in Toy Story 3.

  • Toy Story 3, released on June 18, 2010, is

  • the heart-warming third installment of the series,

  • this time following the sentient toys as they are

  • accidentally donated to a daycare for young children.

  • There, the toys meet the film's main villain,

  • Lotso, a big pink teddy bear who's

  • the leader of the daycare toys.

  • Now, at one point, Mrs. Potato Head begins

  • giving Lotso a verbal lashing due to his

  • attitude and actions, when he abruptly silences

  • her by pulling out her mouthpiece.

  • Seemingly harmless except that Mr. Potato Head

  • angrily announces, "No one takes my wife's mouth except me,"

  • a very tongue-in-cheek metaphor

  • for an action that involves two adults,

  • uh, num, num, num. Heh heh.

  • Just gonna leave it at that.

  • Number five is the gay joke in Inside Out.

  • Inside Out, released on June 19, 2015, follows

  • the inner workings of a young girl's mind

  • as her five main emotions deal

  • with difficult situations in her life.

  • For example, like moving across the country

  • and attending a new school.

  • Well, during a scene at night, Fear, one of the emotions,

  • hears a noise and quickly assumes he's hearing a bear.

  • Another emotion, named Disgust replies,

  • "There are no bears in San Francisco."

  • And Anger claims that he saw a really hairy

  • guy and that he looked like a bear.

  • Now, uh, let me explain that to you.

  • San Francisco is world-famous for its gay

  • community, and a bear is a slang word used

  • for the community for a large, hairy gay man.

  • Yeah, a lot of these are very subtle,

  • but a lot of them aren't.

  • This one pretty much wasn't.

  • it's very obvious.

  • Heh, heh raahr.

  • I'm never doing that again.

  • Number six is groupies flash in Cars.

  • Released on June 9, 2006, Cars was

  • a huge hit with audiences.

  • Lightning McQueen, the protagonist in the film,

  • is a super-famous race car in the midst of his prime.

  • During a scene, which he poses for a large

  • crowd of fans and photographers, two younger

  • female race cars come to the front of the crowd

  • and flash their high beams at McQueen.

  • Think about that.

  • In case you didn't get it, in a more adult context,

  • the two adoring female fans represent McQueen's

  • groupies, and the act of throwing their high beams

  • would, of course, be their way of uh,

  • (throat clearing) flashing him.

  • Oh, Disney.

  • Well, at least they never made an up the tailpipe joke.

  • Number seven is skunk love in Bambi.

  • Released in theaters on July 24th all the way back

  • in 1945, Bambi is the story of a white-tailed deer

  • who is heir to his father's title

  • of great prince of the forest.

  • During Bambi's travels, he meets and befriends

  • a skunk, who he names Flower.

  • Further on in their adventures, Flower happens

  • to meet a female skunk named Bluebell,

  • who gives him a kiss.

  • Aw, isn't that cute.

  • Everything's lovely and nothin's wrong at all,

  • and nothin's dirty at all.

  • Flower's body immediately after being kissed

  • turns pink from his head to his tail.

  • Then he goes stiff as a board, falling over backwards.

  • He turns pink, gets stiff and goes like this.

  • Think about it.

  • It's a boner joke, okay.

  • Boner joke all the way back in 1945,

  • the skunk turned into a boner.

  • Now you know.

  • Childhood ruined. You're welcome.

  • Number eight is a naked woman in The Rescuers.

  • Released on June 19, 1977, The Rescuers is a tale

  • of two mice who are part of a global rescue aid society

  • that track down and save victims of abduction.

  • Just three days after the movie's second VHS release,

  • on January 5, 1999, Disney had to recall 3.4 million

  • units, sighting that there was questionable content

  • hidden within just two frames out of the film's

  • total 110,000-plus frames.