Sexual Innuendos In Popular Cartoons.

Everyone knows that certain cartoons are riddled with sexual content.  Family Guy, and South Park both warn viewers that although they’re cartoons, there’s nothing childish about their themes.  But every so often, (like in the case of Disney) people have peeped some below the radar innuendo that might be a little frightening to parents.  My intent of this post isn’t to warn the parents that the cartoons their children may be watching have subliminal themes hidden deep below their fluffy exterior… It’s to point out how absolutely hilarious it is to think that I watched some of these shows, and had NO idea how good the jokes they threw in were.

    • Anonymous
    • January 13th, 2013

    Has anyone ever noticed that in Rocko’s Modern Life, Rocko’s friend name was “Heffer”? Think about it for a minute. Then there’s Shake It Up. Tinka and Gunther HessenHEIFER. In the episode where Gunther and CeCe are chosen to dance on Good Morning Chicago, Tinka is upset and says that, without Gunther “he is just a hessen and she is just a heifer.” Just a couple of things I thought you’d like to know.

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    • Anonymous
    • January 13th, 2013

    Now, Kim Possible is/was a pretty clean show, probably one of the few cleanest ones you can find. But in the episode Graduation, Drakken appears with his weapon that grows vengeful plants. He’s standing on top of a fallen machine and declares, “Prepare to taste defeat, and, boy, is it salty!” possible reffering to orgasms. But the show is still cleaner than anything on TV now.

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