|Adults hid a lot of dirty|
messages in cartoons.
They don’t make children’s entertainment like they used to. Kids used to grow up watching Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, and The Road Runner and really clever, subversive, genius entertainment that’s still good to this day. These days kids watch dumbed down, watered down, neutered crap that’s probably turning their brains into salt water taffy. Of course, the one negative to all that clever, ingenious childrens’ entertainment of the past is you get a lot of hidden adult themes and dirty jokes mixed in with the humor. Most of it was probably put there just for the enjoyment of the writers and producers who were likely disturbed individuals. Here are three famous classic cartoon catchphrases that were secretly dirty, yet no one noticed:
1. “You are much too pink! That is why that is your nombre!” - Speedy Gonzales
This doesn’t seem like it’s inappropriate until you realize he’s delivering the line to a cat who he always refers to as “Pussy cat.” You put two and two together on that and let me know what you come up with.
|This was a catchphrase that actually made little to no sense aside from the hidden context.|
2. “Well blow me down!” - Popeye
Popeye never explicitly mentioned oral sex in any episode I can remember, but he did say “Well blow me down!” all the time. There’s a lot wrong with that phrase. The obvious part “Blow me” and then as we all know, oral sex is considered “Going down” so it’s clear what the writers meant by that. If you need anymore hints, just remember the guy’s name is Popeye. What’s an activity where someone can “pop” in an eye? It’s hard to believe no one was able to figure this stuff out til now.
|What did you think he was talking about? A wind tunnel?|
3. “Ain’t I a stinker?” - Bugs Bunny
One of Bugs Bunny’s classic lines was “Ain’t I a stinker?” We all just accepted this as a funny playful comment after he did something mischievous. What we didn’t realize at the time was that “Stinker” is a common synonym for the human anus. What’s more, this saying still makes sense when applied in that context. Bugs Bunny would say “Ain’t I a stinker?” After he just did something befitting of an asshole. You don’t even need to read into that one at all. He was basically calling himself an asshole in front of children.
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