When you're a kid, you don't really consider the fact that a bunch of human beings actually sat around a table and came up with all the stuff you see in movies. Why would you, after all? When you're a kid, it's all about the awe and magic of a film: thinking about director's names and low-budget special effects isn't exactly exciting to a child, is it?
Only when you're a bit older does such a realisation set in, and then comes that watershed moment when you suddenly understand. You get it. People wrote what the characters are supposed to say. It's all totally fake... and that's okay. Sometimes you sit down to revisit a favourite movie from your childhood, only to discover something that you failed to grasp all those years ago - in this case, some inappropriate moments that slipped past your undeveloped brain.
And it makes sense now, of course, when you realise that adults are the ones who write kids' movies. And adults are, by definition, disgusting.
Here are 10 unwholesome jokes embedded in a bunch of famous kids' movies, because - well come on, you'd do exactly the same thing in such a position, wouldn't you?