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Disney’s best adult jokes as Cardi B discovers Toy Story’s ‘hooker’ – from Aladdin and Hercules to Inside Out

Disney has long been known for its ability to enthrall all ages – from keeping magic alive for kids to giving parents a giggle too.

It’s no secret that the writers and animators have penned crude jokes and included cheeky references that would go over kids’ heads, but would catch the eye of an adult, giving all of us quite the surprise when we watch back our old favourites.

In fact, Cardi B discovered one when she responded to a social media post that pointed out the ‘hooker’ in Toy Story – a toy that involved a hook being suspended above a pair of legs.

Clearly excited, WAP hitmaker Cardi wrote on Twitter: ‘OMMMMGGGGGGGGG !!!! This the greatest knowledge ever!!!’

While some were insistent they’ve been in the know for years, others were just as surprised as Cardi.

So, with everyone on the look out for Disney’s dirty moments, here are some of the best.

Toy Story 3’s Woody joke

The writers and animators of the Toy Story movies clearly had a blast chucking in a few jokes for the adults.

In the third instalment, everyone’s favourite cowboy Woody is shown introducing himself to the toys at Bonnie’s house.

Quite clearly referencing the double entendre in his name, Dolly asks: ‘Woody, huh? You’re gonna stick with that?’

Aladdin’s wedding earthquake

Aladdin and The King of Thieves is an absolute classic, and some might think they know it inside out from having seen it so many times as a kid. Think again!

One moment should give the adults watching a chuckle as the Genie, voiced by the late Robin Williams, is shocked to experience an earthquake during Aladdin and Jasmine’s wedding.

He reflects: ‘I thought the Earth wasn’t supposed to move until the honeymoon.’

Finding Dory’s ‘birds and the bees’

At least Mr Ray interjected (Picture: Disney)

Yep, even a soul as innocent as Dory isn’t exempt from the saucy jokes.

At the beginning of the movie, Mr Ray tells the class they’re about to have a lesson, with Dory misunderstanding and starting to tell them about ‘the birds and the bees’.

Hey, at least she’s educated, right?

Inside Out’s bears in San Francisco

Turns out there are some bears in San Francisco (Picture: Disney)

Inside Out is sure to make you cry at any age, but it’s also got a couple of strategically placed jokes for the adults.

At one point, Riley hears a sound, Fear is concerned it’s a bear and Disgust assures her that there are ‘no bears in San Francisco’.

Referencing LGBT culture in San Francisco and slang about gay men being categorised as the likes of ‘bears’ and ‘otters’, Anger quips he saw ‘a hairy guy that looked like a bear.’

The Incredibles and the Peeping Tom

Yikes (Picture: Disney)

Our favourite super family! While the Incredibles themselves don’t have too many adult jokes, there are a few placed in the background.

One is a blink and you’ll miss it moment during the montage when the superheroes are forced to retire.

A newspaper shows an image of a former hero behind bars below the headline: ‘X-Ray Vision Peeping Tom?’ We dread to think.

Mulan and Mushu’s weird eyes

Let’s not think too hard about Mushu’s powers (Picture: Disney)

Mushu is, for the most part, the harmless comedian by Mulan’s side.

However, one moment got a little creepy when he was pointing out how powerful he is.

‘My powers are beyond your mortal imagination,’ he boasts. ‘For instance, my eyes can see straight through your armour.’

Monsters University and its ‘baked potato’

The potato seemed to be having a great time (Picture: Disney)

Monsters University has a few but our favourite is another very quick moment, when Sully and Mike are chasing Fear Tech’s mascot through the frat house.

One shot shows a potato sitting in the background, looking completely spaced out.

Eagle-eyed fans, of course, have concluded that it can only be a ‘baked potato’.

Cars and the Piston Cup

There’s a whole host of moments that could be counted as adult humour, including a string of jokes about the cars’ undercarriages – and the less said about those, the better.

One of the more unexpected jokes, though, comes when Lightning tells Mater that Doc Hudson was a three-time winner of the coveted racing trophy the Piston Cup.

In shock, Mater fires back: ‘He did what in his cup?!’

Frozen 2’s leather moment

Oh Anna (Picture: Disney)

Ah, sweet Anna. She just wants to have a good relationship with her sister, have her kingdom be safe, and have adventures with her man Kristoff.

However, it seems Frozen 2 only shows the tip of the iceberg (pun very much intended) of their adventures, when Kristoff dresses up in a suit.

‘It’s okay, I prefer you in leather anyway,’ Anna responds. We have no further comment on that one.

Hercules’ Oedipus complex

Herc’s not having any of it (Picture: Disney)

When Hercules and Meg are hitting it off, they go to seea play about Oedipus. Relevant for Ancient Greece, right?

However, anyone who’s familiar with the story is sure to get the moment when the character comments: ‘And then that play, that Oedipus thing? Man I thought I had problems!’

Of course, the tale goes that  Oedipus accidentally fulfilled a prophecy that he would end up killing his father and marrying his mother, while things got all the more complicated with the development of Freud’s Oedipal complex.

101 Dalmatians and Pongo the ‘rascal’

Roger clearly got the wrong end of the stick (Picture: Disney)

There are a few moments when 101 Dalmatians gets a little weird and Pongo’s owner Roger congratulating him because he thinks all the puppies are his is one of them.

When Anita, quite understandably, asks of the puppies: ‘Where ever did they come from?’ Roger thinks no more of it, telling his dog: ‘Pongo, you old rascal!’

The Rescuers’ topless woman

Some videos had to be recalled (Picture: Disney)

One of Disney’s jokes clearly went a bit far and actually had to be removed from the film.

In one shot, the blurred image of a topless woman could be seen in the background.

In 1977, the company ordered a recall of the VHS tapes with the image on, and it was removed from all subsequent releases.

 


Credit: Original article published here.

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