Shrek and its sequels have entertained both kids and adults for years. One reason these films have withstood the test of time is due to the hidden adult humor in Shrek movies. Parents are able to enjoy the dirty jokes in Shrek films without the little ones getting the subtle references to sex, drugs, and other stuff for grown-ups. He then utters this quote, implying that Farquaad might be not be very well-endowed. This innuendo was lost on the kids, but gave adults a laugh. At the entrance of Duloc, Shrek and Donkey watch an animatronic puppet show sing the laws and rules of the city.
19 jokes and references from 'Shrek' that probably went over your head as a kid
Things Only Adults Notice In Shrek
As you sat there trying desperately to remember every word of this annoying song, your parents were trying not to laugh at subtle "ass" joke. Shrek jokes that Lord Farquaad is overcompensating for something due to his extremely large castle. We imagine once Shrek saw him, he knew he was right. During Robin Hood's jaunty little song where he tries to win over Fiona, he mentions that he likes "saucy little maids.
All The Dirty Jokes In 'Shrek' You Didn't Get As A Kid
Subscriber Account active since. In the almost 20 years since "Shrek" was released, the franchise has gone on to create three more "Shrek" movies , two "Puss in Boots" spin-offs, a few holiday specials and shorts, and even a Broadway musical. The original "Shrek" movie has had a large following since its release, but even die-hard fans may not have caught everything that makes the animated film so funny. It especially stands out when watching the movie in , since the DreamWorks logo has changed since "Shrek" was first released. Our first view of Shrek shows him leaving his bathroom while saying, "What a load of —.
In Shrek was released as a new kind of animated tale. And I don't mean computer-generated, although the film was part of that movement in the early s. I mean that the supposed kids movie Shrek had dirty jokes that may have gone over your head when you first saw it. The movie is smart, hilarious, and puts a modern twist on all those wholesome fairytale cartoons I watched as a kid, like Cinderella, Snow White, and Sleeping Beauty.