As a child, I think many of us missed the punchline in “adult references” that shows up in the most sneaky way in Kid’s movies. They are very wisely hidden from getting the limelight, obviously because it’s a child’s movie. I mean, after all, Disney has taught us mostly about fairies, princesses, and happy endings.
But now we’re grown and we are wise in that way. So after re-watching those childhood movies of the 90’s, wait-for-it, I can’t believe it was even there. Who would’ve thought right?. So, here are some confessions that people started sharing on social media about their discoveries on “adult innuendos”, we hope you re-watch them as well.
1. How the Grinch Stole Christmas.
“In the grinch there’s a scene where they explain that “who babies” are delivered to their parents from the sky in baskets with umbrellas. One of the baskets lands in front of a house and the dad finds it and yells something like “honey, our baby’s here!” And then he takes a puzzled look at the baby and says “looks just like your boss”
2. Bugs Bunny and Lola in Spacejam.
“In Space Jam Bugs Bunny acts like a wooden board after Lola flirts with him. Did not understand that until much later”
3. Alladin and the King of Thieves.
“In Aladdin and the King of Thieves, when the thieves raid the wedding. The ground is shaking because of a stampede and the genie says, “I thought the ground wasn’t supposed to shake until the honeymoon.”
“In Goonies, when they’re trying to glue the statue’s d**k back on, Mikey says “Guys, that’s my mom’s favorite piece. Mouth says “You wouldn’t be here if it wasn’t”
The first time it clicked for me, I nearly pi*sed myself.”
“In Robots, the father is running down the street yelling “I’m gonna be a dad!!!” because his son is about to be born. When he gets home, a delivery truck is just leaving, and his wife says “oh, honey, I’m sorry, you missed the delivery…. but that’s ok, making the baby is the fun part” and holds up the box they are given with the parts to build their child with.”
“From Ratatouille, Linguini is trying to confess the real reason everyone thinks he can cook:
Linguini: [hesitantly] I have a secret. It’s sort of disturbing. I have a ra… I have a raaaaa…
Colette: You have a… rash?
Linguini: No no no. I have this-this tiny, uh, little… little…
[Collette quickly glances down at Linguini’s pants.]”
7. Hocus Pocus.
“In Hocus Pocus, when the witches are getting onto the bus and Winifred tells the bus driver that they desire children and the bus driver replies, “Hey, that may take me a couple of tries, but I don’t think it’ll be a problem.”
I watched it recently and was like… yeahhhh that joke flew the f*ck over my head during my entire childhood.”