Ah! Disney movies! They were the love of our lives, weren’t they? Our freakish maturity now wants to be cool Deadpool but back in our childhood, becoming Cinderella or Ariel was a waking dream. Did you ever wonder you would read the words “Disney movies” and “adult scenes” together? Well, neither did I. But our favourite Disney movies seem to be hiding adult scenes which are glaringly obvious.
So now let’s break the mirage of Disney movies being “innocent” and look at the hidden adult scenes that were not so discrete. Trust me; your childhood would be ruined:
- That’s one hell of a bruise to give Hercules
Hercules was the strongest man alive, we know that but where does give-p3nis-shaped-bruises come in the part? The bump on Nessus’ head looks like one, may we know why Disney?
- The No-panty show in “Who Framed Roger Rabbit.”
As Ariel is flung out of the vehicle after it hits a light post, and her dress we get to see much more than we bargained for as we can see she is missing certain important “accessories.” Get me a knife; I want to gouge my eyes out.
- That tent is awfully small but covers a rather crucial spot for Kronk
In the “The Emperor’s New Groove,” Kronk pitches a tent at a place whose significance would be lost on the kids but is very “meaningful” to us now. “What is under that tent?” Go on, answer that to kids.
- That bold one-liner from Aladdin and the King of Thieves
Remember when the forty thieves gatecrash Alladin’s wedding? This is what Genie blurts out. Why Genie why? Why such a shockingly inappropriate line in a Disney movie, why make adult scenes out of a funny moment?