Gaston: Eat Me a Book

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    Oh man. I’ve never thought of this movie in a sexual way before. I can’t help but thinking of how he could win her over, then basically kill her pussy, assuming his package matches the rest of his body, and assuming she’s a virgin.


    Since when do guys like him ever have proportional junk? I mean, there’s got to be a reason why he’s so angry all the time.


    @Crystalkestrel: I doubt /THAT’s/ why he’s so angry all the time. I mean, back then, there really wasn’t much sex going on. And besides, it’s disney and it’s set back in like 1800 something.


    Ladies, I learned from Disney to do the opposite of what Gaston does. Just FYI.


    Most disney movies have a hidden sexual refference. Where was the one in this movie?


    found this link where they debunk some


    @freakymescan: I remember the one about alladin asking “undress pretty ladies” and the lion laying down and the sparkly dust spelling “sex” but none of the other ones.

    For some reason, the one about alladin reminds me of a simpler time. A time when I didn’t yet understand the meaning of “ho”, yet one told me to listen to alladin telling the girls to undress. Good times, good times.


    @Nannerpuss: Animaniacs is plump full of stuff I didn’t catch as a youngin. Animaniacs rules!


    @Puulaahi: Actually what I meant was, I was very innocent as a child.


    @Nannerpuss: Everyone is supposed to be innocent as a child.


    @Puulaahi: Well I mean, there were girls that were basically “ho’s”. Thinking back, they were very statistical characteristically, even for grade school.


    @Nannerpuss: Didn’t notice those until Jr. High and even still I was clueless.


    @Puulaahi: Well I’m just now discovering them. Now that I know what the signs are, I look back into my childhood and see that they were/are that way. It’s a shame when parents are druggies…


    @kendobunny: loooooooooooooooooooooool


    Wow, snopes got one wrong.

    I’ve seen a little mermaid cover where one of the biggest golden towers in the background looks like a giant penis. IIRC that was only on the first release, then they caught it, touched up the cover art and every copy since then doesn’t have it. Snopes must not have seen the first one.


    @LostOne: click through. They did know about it, and in fact have a picture of it…the whole article is about the original cover. What was “false” was the notion that the dick was drawn by a disgruntled disney artist who was about to be fired.