The Funniest DIRTY JOKES IN CARTOONS You Might Have Missed!

I can't believe they got away with that!
By Alex Firer
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  • You may think you know everything about your favorite cartoons, but there might have been a few jokes that went way over your head as a kid. Now you might be thinking, “How the hell did they even get away with that!?” Well, we don’t know that. But we do know these are the funniest dirty jokes from your favorite cartoons.

    If you’re making cartoons for kids, why not sneak in a few jokes about jerking off? In Cartoon Network’s “Ed, Edd, and Eddy,” you can see a note in Double-D’s bathroom that says, “Don’t Touch Yourself.” On “Rocko’s Modern Life,” Rocko and Heffer frequently hung out at the Chokey Chicken, which was later renamed to “Chewy Chicken.” And on one episode, Rocko works as a phone sex operator when he’s on the hunt for new jobs.

    I mean, I get it. It’s a cute accent.

    There’s these sweatpants that say “Dad’s Trophy” on them from an episode of “Dexter’s Lab.” You might not think there were any dirty jokes in the Powerpuff Girls, but here is a very subtle one, when the Professor tells the Powerpuff Girls’ new friend that he made the girls in an accident in his lab, to which the little girl responds “Don’t worry professor, I was an accident too!”.

    One of the filthiest jokes to ever sneak past censors has to be this joke about Prince from Animaniacs—

    ”I found Prince” “No no no, “finger prints”. “I don’t think so”.

    Superheroes are not immune to sexual innuendos. Take for example, this moment from Justice League —

    ”Fastest man alive.” “Which might explain why you can’t get a date.” “Yeah… HEY!”

    Dirty jokes and references have been snuck into kids cartoons for a long time. Even in Disney’s ‘”The Rescuers” from 1977, for just two frames, you can see a topless woman in a window in the background.

    Obviously, there are tons of adult references in kids cartoons. Which is your favorite?

    Would you like to see us cover one cartoon specifically? Let us know in the comments or on Twitter at @WhatsTrending.