I hate to break it to you, but your childhood just wasn't what you thought it was. You child was filled with lies and filth! Let me guess. You grew up watching the Muppets and Disney movies and thought that what you were watching was all PG, right. Well, you were wrong. There are many filthy jokes hidden in your favorite children's movies that you probably have never even noticed. That is, until now. People took to Reddit to discuss hidden innuendos in your favorite childhood movies. Needless to say, the results were...surprising. Buckle up, folks. Things are about to get PG-13.
"In the Great Muppet Caper, there is a scene in a restaurant where Gonzo is going from table to table hawking souvenir photos to get cash. He goes to a table where an old man is sitting with a hot young woman. He offers a photo and the man declines. Gonzo says, "It'd make a great memento for you and your wife." The man says, "My wife isn't feeling very well. " Gonzo looks at the woman sympathetically and says, "Aw, that's too bad. Maybe she should be at home." The man angrily says, "My wife is at home!" Gonzo stammers awkwardly, "Uh, uh, uh...next table!" Totally confused me as a kid."—FrigidLizard
They call Gonzo the "weirdo" but nothing's weirder than an affair. Nothing!
"In the grinch there's a scene where they explain that "who babies" are delivered to their parents from the sky in baskets with umbrellas. One of the baskets lands in front of a house and the dad finds it and yells something like "honey, our baby's here!" And then he takes a puzzled look at the baby and says "looks just like your boss""— huesofelktongue
No one's heart changed. BUT the father's divorce lawyer paycheck grew three sizes that day!
"In Hocus Pocus, when the three witches are getting on the bus, one of them says to the bus driver something along the lines of "we want children". To which he replied "it might take me a couple tries, but ok""—Limeber
Not to mention, that whole movie is based on the fact that the main character is a virgin. That was a fun thing for our parents to explain to us.