Hi guys, I’m Chris, and this week we’re
shattering your childhood innocence with the top 10 dirty jokes in kids’ movies. Even in the most cherished films of all time,
those cheeky filmmakers couldn’t help slipping in a few innuendos for the parents, if you
know what I mean. So shield your eyes, because things are about
to turn a little PG-13. 10. Space Jam (1996) The basketball players in this Looney Tunes
masterpiece find themselves in a jam when they lose their talent to a gang of cartoon
and can’t score. Not bad for a movie that started out as an
early 90s Nike commercial. 9. Ratatouille (2007) Food and sex jokes go together like wine and
cheese, but Pixar was very tasteful in limiting Ratatouille to the crème de la crème of
innuendos. Bet she likes her sausages spiced with ginger. 8. Monster House (2006) Monster House is about an unusually animated
house that the neighborhood kids suspect might be alive. Vulva, uvula…same thing? Top marks for bravery,
but you might want to brush up on your anatomy. 7. Hocus Pocus (1993) This next one might leave you a little spellbound. Hocus Pocus is a kids’ halloween film, complete
with skeletons, witches, talking cats – and a horny bus driver? Now that is scary. Gross. 6. Aladdin (1992-1996) These Arabian nights are about to get saucy.
Disney’s Aladdin tells the story of a sprightly street urchin and his rebellious princess
wife Jasmine, as they take on the evil vizier, Jafar. But in between fighting evil sorcery, there’s
always time for sex. 5. Brave Little Toaster To the Rescue (1997) The Brave Little Toaster is Toy Story for
household appliances. The third film has a catalogue of inanimate objects who can walk,
talk, sing, cry, and…orgasm too, naturally. It’s so outrageous and drawn out! It
totally doesn’t need to be in the film, but I’m glad it is. Just make sure to clean your paper tray when
you’re finished, buddy. 4. Madagascar (2005) Looking for a clever way to swear in a kids’
movie? DreamWorks’ Madagascar got around this one with an acronym. Well how else would you respond to an angry
lion running at you?! 3. Shrek (2001) Ogres are like onions, after all, so let’s
peel back the layers of Shrek and see what beastly things are hiding. First, there’s Lord Farquaad’s castle
– also, Lord ‘Farq-uaad’? The great ruler of Duloc sounds an awful lot like a ‘fuck
wad’ if you ask me… Anyway, in this scene it’s revealed that
Lord Farquaad has a tiny…inferiority complex. [SHREK SAYS ‘ Do you think he’s compensating?’] But that doesn’t stop him flying the flag
when he’s alone in his boudoir. Is that a scroll in his pocket,
or is he just happy to see me? And after all that dirty work, it’s really
important that you… …wipe your…face. 2. Toy Story (1995-2010) The classic Toy Story films aren’t shy to
erections… [Toy Story 2, Buzz gets turned on by Jesse]
…hookers… …or blowjob jokes. Skilfully done, Pixar. 1. Mrs. Doubtfire (1993) What could be rude about a British nanny?
Well, quite a lot, when you cast Robin Williams as an undercover, cross-dressing, vengeful
husband. The improv genius ran amok with his lines,
and the outcome was so spectacularly vulgar that 3 different edits of the movie were created:
PG-13, R, and NC-17. If only he wasn’t so good with double-entendres… [I should never buy gribene from a Mohel.
It’s so chewy! ] [ON SCREEN TEXT – *He’s making a foreskin
joke] I miss you, Robin. Did you spot those jokes when you were little?
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