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(Buzzfeed)   Twenty-five wildly inappropriate jokes from cartoons you loved as a child that probably went over your head   (buzzfeed.com) divider line 124
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2012-09-29 02:19:35 PM  

B.L.Z. Bub: lawboy87: I know I'm going to regret this, but......

I don't get the Simpson's one above.. Sneed's Feed and Seed formerly Chuck's

I know I'm probably missing the blatantly obvious

Please be kind.

Chuck's F*ck and Suck


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2012-09-29 03:19:30 PM  

master_of_rayality: Saw someone mention "Rocky & Bullwinkle" -- one of my all-time favorites was when they were doing a version of "Four-and-Twenty Blackbirds" and Boris was playing the King. After putting the pie down in front of him, Bullwinkle looks straight into the camera and says, "I always wanted to give that guy the bird."

Even as a kid, I remember knowing what that meant and fell off the couch laughing. That show was brilliant on so many levels.


Yes it was. Rocky and Bullwinkle was pure genius.
 
2012-09-29 03:30:38 PM  

PacManDreaming: Yes it was. Rocky and Bullwinkle was pure genius.


My 3 year old specifically asks for Moose and Squirrel when it's movie time. Heck, it's in the DVD player right now.
 
2012-09-29 03:40:41 PM  
Not a cartoon, but this exchange from the first Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie went over my head as a kid, but made me laugh when I re-watched it a couple years ago:
Raphael: "What, are you claustrophobic?"
Casey Jones: "Hey, I've never even LOOKED at another guy that way..."
 
2012-09-29 03:48:16 PM  
I do hate it when people write articles that tell me about something I "loved as a child" and then proceeds to assume I'm currently in my 20s.

As if a 20-something isn't still a child, these days.

It's like these 20-something article writers can't imagine that the world existed before their own childhood, and that anyone over 28 years old wouldn't be on the Internet. And in this particular case, there seems to be some belief that cartoons only recently started slipping in adult humor.

Jeez... Check out the old Popeye cartoons (no, not the crap 80s stuff. I mean the Fleischer stuff from the 30s)- All sorts of racy jokes in those, as well as Popeye muttering curse words under his breath.

Check out the Loony Tunes from the 30s, 40, and 50s. Lots of subversive jokes there, too.

Hell, check out Betty Boop stuff from the 30s. They're filled with innuendo and straight-up sexuality. In her appearance in a Popeye cartoon, she's topless except for a lei (which she also did in one of her own, original toons from the early 30s).

No, kids... Your generation was not the first to experience subversive adult humor in animation aimed at the whole family. Far from it.

And please please PLEASE stop assuming that there's nobody over 30 on the Internet.
 
2012-09-29 03:51:18 PM  

borg: ongbok: I was expecting to see the Flintstones, Popeye and some of the older cartoons. Those cartoons had some down right raunchy stuff.

The Flintstones was an adult cartoon that aired at 8:30pm.


The Flintstones was a family show. EVERYTHING in that era was a family show. There was no such thing as "adult" television until the 1970s, I'm pretty sure. The censors made certain that anything that aired could be viewed by anyone in the family without issue.
 
2012-09-29 03:54:55 PM  
Anybody remember a show called, "Wait Till Your Father Gets Home"? It aired @ 8:00 PM or so in the late '70's. The opening sequence had cartoon bewbs under a see through nightgown.
 
2012-09-29 04:01:45 PM  

ZeroCorpse: The Flintstones was a family show. EVERYTHING in that era was a family show. There was no such thing as "adult" television until the 1970s, I'm pretty sure. The censors made certain that anything that aired could be viewed by anyone in the family without issue.


Link
 
2012-09-29 04:07:32 PM  

qsblues: Anybody remember a show called, "Wait Till Your Father Gets Home"?


Yep, it was that cheap, crappy Hanna-Barbera animation, but I liked the show, nonetheless.
 
2012-09-29 05:36:59 PM  
I remember this one from Pinky and The Brain being ridiculously blatant. I end up replaying this clip in my head whenever I see a well endowed young lady.

Bubba Bo Bob Brain
 
2012-09-29 06:19:51 PM  
Is the one with Mr. Rogers flipping the kids off real? lol
 
2012-09-29 06:24:33 PM  

Onkel Buck: Bathia_Mapes: King Something: Here's a few gross more
(TV Tropes^)

I used to watch "Animaniacs" with my son when he was younger and even then I was surprised at how many adult-oriented references the show made.

However, the Rocky and Bullwinkle cartoons did the same thing in my youth.

I work with a women who is from Bulgaria and everytime she speaks, and no matter what she says, all I can hear her saying is "Moose and squirrel."


lulz
 
2012-09-29 06:28:50 PM  

Colour_out_of_Space: I remember an episode of Tiny Toon Adventures (if you've never seen it, don't knock it. It was NOT what I expected and it was pretty much a practice run for Animaniacs) where they sang the "Name Game."
They get to the point where everybody shouts "Plucky!"
the music stops abruptly, Buster breaks the fourth wall saying, "I don't think so."
Everybody shouts, "Hampton!" and they continue the song.


Have I only seen a censored version? I'm thinking of an MTV parody episode, Toon TV, in which Elmyra leads the gang in song in an outer-space setting, and the Plucky joke only appears in the end credits as "Name Inadvertently Omitted in "The Name Game": Plucky"
 
2012-09-29 07:11:56 PM  

qsblues: Anybody remember a show called, "Wait Till Your Father Gets Home"? It aired @ 8:00 PM or so in the late '70's. The opening sequence had cartoon bewbs under a see through nightgown.


PacManDreaming: qsblues: Anybody remember a show called, "Wait Till Your Father Gets Home"?

Yep, it was that cheap, crappy Hanna-Barbera animation, but I liked the show, nonetheless.


Up until this moment I would have sworn that I was the only 70s kid who watched that show. I will now be able to live my life knowing that I am not alone...

Link
 
2012-09-29 07:36:52 PM  
What about the Carpet munching female bikers from Cow and Chicken
 
2012-09-29 09:04:17 PM  

FirstNationalBastard: They missed Heffer and the milking machine from Rocko.

/Nickelodeon also cut the scene from the DVDs and all current reruns.


I remember that back when I was a kid and it first aired. Couldn't believe they showed something like that on Nickelodean.
 
2012-09-29 10:44:07 PM  
An episode of Gravity Falls (a Disney cartoon that premiered this year) has a character, how shall I put this, getting high off banned candy. It's hilarious, but I still can't believe they let that air, in the Disney channel of all places. Then again, the creator does cite The Simpsons as an influence.
 
2012-09-29 10:49:39 PM  

TheJoe03: I dunno, us lousy gen y people watched plenty of Loony Tunes, Tom and Jerry, Scooby Doo, Jetsons, Flinstones, etc. Cartoon Network played plenty of old cartoons.


You must mean the versions where they did Black Face, Bugs Bunny fought the Japanese, Donald Duck joined the Nazi Party, Heckle and Jeckle episodes aired and so on?

Because risque and outright racist are the same thing.We were fed a steady diet of racism, homophobia and outright violent insanity on Saturday mornings, sad stuff.
 
2012-09-29 11:07:59 PM  

ZeroCorpse: I do hate it when people write articles that tell me about something I "loved as a child" and then proceeds to assume I'm currently in my 20s.

As if a 20-something isn't still a child, these days.

It's like these 20-something article writers can't imagine that the world existed before their own childhood, and that anyone over 28 years old wouldn't be on the Internet. And in this particular case, there seems to be some belief that cartoons only recently started slipping in adult humor.

Jeez... Check out the old Popeye cartoons (no, not the crap 80s stuff. I mean the Fleischer stuff from the 30s)- All sorts of racy jokes in those, as well as Popeye muttering curse words under his breath.

Check out the Loony Tunes from the 30s, 40, and 50s. Lots of subversive jokes there, too.

Hell, check out Betty Boop stuff from the 30s. They're filled with innuendo and straight-up sexuality. In her appearance in a Popeye cartoon, she's topless except for a lei (which she also did in one of her own, original toons from the early 30s).

No, kids... Your generation was not the first to experience subversive adult humor in animation aimed at the whole family. Far from it.

And please please PLEASE stop assuming that there's nobody over 30 on the Internet.


Lighten up, Francis.
 
2012-09-29 11:24:40 PM  

NathanAllen: TheJoe03: I dunno, us lousy gen y people watched plenty of Loony Tunes, Tom and Jerry, Scooby Doo, Jetsons, Flinstones, etc. Cartoon Network played plenty of old cartoons.

You must mean the versions where they did Black Face, Bugs Bunny fought the Japanese, Donald Duck joined the Nazi Party, Heckle and Jeckle episodes aired and so on?

Because risque and outright racist are the same thing.We were fed a steady diet of racism, homophobia and outright violent insanity on Saturday mornings, sad stuff.


You do know that when Bugs Bunny fought the Japaneses America was at war with Japan, right?

You sound like you are loads of fun, loads at parties.
 
2012-09-29 11:58:37 PM  
That would've been more interesting had i heard of more than a quarter of those cartoons.
 
2012-09-30 02:56:19 AM  

NathanAllen: You must mean the versions where they did Black Face, Bugs Bunny fought the Japanese, Donald Duck joined the Nazi Party, Heckle and Jeckle episodes aired and so on?


No I don't, I don't recall those episodes being played on CN in the 90s. I saw all of those on youtube.
 
2012-09-30 05:42:47 AM  

TheJoe03: NathanAllen: You must mean the versions where they did Black Face, Bugs Bunny fought the Japanese, Donald Duck joined the Nazi Party, Heckle and Jeckle episodes aired and so on?

No I don't, I don't recall those episodes being played on CN in the 90s. I saw all of those on youtube.


Plus, the Cartoon Network versions were edited so that most of the "offensive" stuff had been removed, Because of parents groups and PC bullshiat.
 
2012-09-30 02:12:58 PM  
From the last time we had this thread, Ms. Bellum from PowerPuff Girls lives at 69 Yodelinda Valley Lane.
 
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