10 dirty references you probably missed in these Disney's classics

Because apparently, our childhood wasn't as innocent as it seemed.

Ariela Abir
Created By Ariela Abir
On Jun 10, 2019
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Can you count the number of times you've watched Mufasa die in The Lion King or Aladdin and Jasmine singing A Whole New World? neither do us. But there are a few details that managed to stay out of sight during binge watching Disney movies as kids. Here are some of the sex insinuations in our favorite childhood films.

1

The Little Mermaid

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If you'll look closely at Ariel and Eric's wedding scene, you might notice someone is extremely happy to see Ariel, and it's not necessarily Eric, though Disney claim that the priest's bump is actually his knee.

2

The Lion King

At first, The Lion King's poster seems powerful and intense. But when you notice the almost naked lady in the picture, well, you just can't take Mufasa seriously anymore.

3

Toy Story

Remember all the times Buzz Lightyear got excited? perhaps a bit too excited, if you ask us.

4

The Little Mermaid

What about The Little Mermaid's poster? There's clearly a phalic shaped tower hiding in Poseidon's castle.

5

Hercules

We feel like this picture from Hercules speaks for itself.

6

Bambi

But Buzz has nothing on Flower, the sweet skunk from Bambi, who had no idea what a kiss from a girl-skunk could do to a boy-skunk.

7

The Lion King

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What about the moment Simba flopped down on the ground, and the flowers he scattered made the shape of the word "sex"? Disney insists the word they were alluding to is SFX - the name of their special effects department, but you'll be the judge of that.

8

Tangled

Have room for some more movie posters? check out this one, for Tangled. It's not as easy to see, but it looks like Rapunzel's hair spell the word, you guessed it, "sex".

9

Frozen

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You know what they say... The foot size doesn't matter.

10

Aladdin

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We saved the creepiest to last. Is it possible that aladdin is trying to convince teenagers to take off their clothes? listen and decide for yourself.

Which reference surprised you the most?

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