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So I had a little spare time - and I created this ...

Posted: Wed Sep 16, 2020 5:21 am
by Rath Darkblade
Disney-related Things That Sound Dirty, But ... Aren't. We Know 'Cos Disney Told Us So. And They Wouldn't Lie. Right? :P

18. Polishing your lamp (Aladdin)

17. Waving your tail (The Little Mermaid)

16. Letting it go (Frozen)

15. Standing in the spotlight (The Lion King)

14. Making a man out of you (Mulan)

13. Making the shoe fit (Cinderella). Why does that sound like a euphemism for ... something else?

12. Baring your necessities (The Jungle Book - oh, come on. That was way too easy) :P

11. Cutting off your strings (Pinocchio)

10. Feeling the love tonight (The Lion King)

9. Foot size doesn't matter, Anna? (Frozen) We all know what you mean.

8. A customer in Ratatouille telling the chef that "If I don't love it, I don't swallow". Golly, Disney ...

7. The genie likes Aladdin, but doesn't want to pick out curtains or anything. Err ...

6. Wreck-it Ralph refers to Pac-Man as a "cherry-chasing dot muncher". Double entendre clearly intended.

5. "Darling, it's better down where it's wetter" (Under the Sea).

4. "Some day my prince will come" (Snow White and the Seven Dwarves).

3. "There will be a head for you, a tail for me" (Lady and the Tramp).

2. Buzz Lightyear gets excited. Many, many times. Oo er, missus.

1. Flower the Skunk gets a kiss from a girl skunk, goes utterly rigid, and falls over. (Bambi)

Re: So I had a little spare time - and I created this ...

Posted: Wed Sep 16, 2020 12:21 pm
by BBP
"And don't forget the importance of body language!" - The Little Mermaid

Re: So I had a little spare time - and I created this ...

Posted: Wed Sep 16, 2020 4:18 pm
by Tawmis
You should see this (some of which you mentioned is there) -
https://www.eightieskids.com/2018/08/naughtydisney-3/

Re: So I had a little spare time - and I created this ...

Posted: Thu Sep 17, 2020 3:49 am
by Rath Darkblade
Hmm. Some people read far too much into it, though. There's a difference between "suggestive" or "risque" and obscene -- and I doubt any kids will be pausing the movie (at home, naturally) to ask "Daddy, what's that?" ;)

I wonder how people learned about these things in the first place. Back in the mid-to-late 80s, when VCRs started becoming commonplace ... did people rent the video just for one reason -- to try and catch that one-or-two-frames of naughtiness? :lol:

I can just imagine. "Oh dear lord! How unimaginably filthy! We've never seen such things in all our born days!" Or, as Maud Flanders would put it ... "Won't somebody PLEASE think of the children!" :P

I don't think the kids would be that fussed, to be honest ... it's not as if kids had never seen a pair of "unclad buttocks" before. Or even a "male member". :roll:

Re: So I had a little spare time - and I created this ...

Posted: Thu Sep 17, 2020 5:14 pm
by BBP
Funny link - the Treasure Island one is well-known among Curry fans - it being one of Tim's favourite roles. Allegedly he turned down Dr Who to do Muppets Treasure Island.

In one of the bonus features on the DVD (couldn't find it on YT :( ) Tim jokingly tells about his relationship with Miss Piggy and how it ended when he called her a "silly sausage."

And there's this golden quote from the Canada talk event:
Incidentally the last gentleman with the memorable line? I think one of my most memorable lines is one I improvised on Muppet Treasure Island, in which as Long John Silver I was supposed to have had an affair with Miss Piggy. And I have a confrontation with her on this island. And she made some kind of lewd remark about my sabre or my sword, about the length of my sword...
"Well you know Piggy, I always said once you've had pork you never go back." But they cut it. Which really pissed me off.

There's also that moment when Tim says to Jim Hawkins: "I'll take it either way, Jim."

Re: So I had a little spare time - and I created this ...

Posted: Thu Sep 17, 2020 6:12 pm
by Rath Darkblade
:lol: I can just imagine Miss Piggy's reaction to being called a "silly sausage". "I am NOT a sausage, you -- you --" *thwacks Tim with a plastic sword* ;)

I'm not surprised that pissed him off. Double-standards and all. But I suppose they didn't want complaints from some parents. "How dare you use the word 'pork' in a children's movie! You've traumatised my little Timmy by exposing him to pig-related products!" :roll:

Re: So I had a little spare time - and I created this ...

Posted: Fri Sep 18, 2020 1:17 pm
by BBP
One that wasn't on the list that should've been there is that there actually were 2 frames in The Rescuers that had a picture of a topless woman. This went by most people until the VHS release. The VHSs were recalled and a re-release had the scenes blocked out.

Re: So I had a little spare time - and I created this ...

Posted: Fri Sep 18, 2020 2:07 pm
by Tawmis
BBP wrote:
Fri Sep 18, 2020 1:17 pm
One that wasn't on the list that should've been there is that there actually were 2 frames in The Rescuers that had a picture of a topless woman. This went by most people until the VHS release. The VHSs were recalled and a re-release had the scenes blocked out.
Yeah I was gonna post a link to that... but figured, it shows nudity so maybe not. :lol:

Re: So I had a little spare time - and I created this ...

Posted: Fri Sep 18, 2020 6:28 pm
by DeadPoolX
Rath Darkblade wrote:
Thu Sep 17, 2020 6:12 pm
:lol: I can just imagine Miss Piggy's reaction to being called a "silly sausage". "I am NOT a sausage, you -- you --" *thwacks Tim with a plastic sword* ;)
Yeah, but... what about this? :twisted:
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Re: So I had a little spare time - and I created this ...

Posted: Sat Sep 19, 2020 3:14 am
by Rath Darkblade
:shock:! I doubt Jim Henson ever even thought of that! :P

Speaking of which ... what kind of creature is Gonzo? Or Scooter? Or (gods help us) Animal? ;)

As for this guy ...

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... he's a silly character, but he certainly doesn't speak Swedish. ;) Germans think he's from Denmark, IIRC -- and Swedish people think he sounds Norwegian. :P And they'd like to you please stop asking. ;) :lol:

Re: So I had a little spare time - and I created this ...

Posted: Sat Sep 19, 2020 8:23 am
by DeadPoolX
Rath Darkblade wrote:
Sat Sep 19, 2020 3:14 am
Speaking of which ... what kind of creature is Gonzo? Or Scooter? Or (gods help us) Animal? ;)
Well, Gonzo has been called a "whatever" (most Muppet movies, such as The Muppet Movie and The Great Muppet Caper), a "weirdo" (Muppet Babies, a cartoon from the 1980s), and an alien (Muppets from Space). Most likely he's just a pervert who has a thing for chickens, which is pretty damn weird, but probably not unheard of on the Internet. :roll:

Animal is... well, an animal or something. I've always heard he was sort of based on Keith Moon of The Who.

As for Scooter, I have no idea. Maybe he's a slug or a leech or something...
Rath Darkblade wrote:
Sat Sep 19, 2020 3:14 am
As for this guy ...

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... he's a silly character, but he certainly doesn't speak Swedish. ;) Germans think he's from Denmark, IIRC -- and Swedish people think he sounds Norwegian. :P And they'd like to you please stop asking. ;) :lol:
Now just wait a moment... I learned to speak FLUENT Swedish from The Swedish Chef! Maia's witnessed this firsthand! :D

Re: So I had a little spare time - and I created this ...

Posted: Sat Sep 19, 2020 6:52 pm
by Rath Darkblade
DeadPoolX wrote:
Sat Sep 19, 2020 8:23 am
As for this guy ...

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... he's a silly character, but he certainly doesn't speak Swedish. ;) Germans think he's from Denmark, IIRC -- and Swedish people think he sounds Norwegian. :P And they'd like to you please stop asking. ;) :lol:
Now just wait a moment... I learned to speak FLUENT Swedish from The Swedish Chef! Maia's witnessed this firsthand! :D
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Do you mean this bit?

Yorn desh born, der ritt de gitt der gue, Orn desh, dee born desh, de umn, BORK BORK BORK! :D

Sorry. That's gibberish, not Swedish. ;) "Todayen we will be making doh-nuts." *throws muffin in the air, shoots it* :lol:

Anyway, in gooder (sorry) news ... for some reason, who knows why, my adapter finally connected me to my modem's 5G network, which means that now I'm getting between 35-40 Mbps (instead of the 6-7 I was getting before). Yay! :D

At least, that's what I got last night. Let's try again (it's now 8:47am here) ... oh, my! Now I'm getting 52 Mbps. Wow! :shock:

Not sure what happened. My little slice of the 5G network showed up last night and I tried connecting ... it asked me for a password, then wouldn't connect me. So I power-cycled my modem, restarted my computer, and -- this time it connected. How, or why, I don't know. Magic? :lol: I doubt it, but ... who knows. For all I know, it could be My Little Pony and the Power of Friendship. :roll: :lol:

Re: So I had a little spare time - and I created this ...

Posted: Sun Sep 20, 2020 3:12 am
by DeadPoolX
Rath Darkblade wrote:
Sat Sep 19, 2020 6:52 pm
Sorry. That's gibberish, not Swedish. ;) "Todayen we will be making doh-nuts." *throws muffin in the air, shoots it* :lol:
Yeah, Rath, the fact that it's gibberish and not Swedish is the joke. :roll: