In the cartoon "Shrek" found an "adult" scene with an X ratingBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/in-the-cartoon-shrek-found-an-adult-scene-with-an-x-rating
Released in 2001, the animated comedy "Shrek" was characterized by rough humor, so it received a PG rating. But two decades later, one of the fans of the tape noticed one detail that relates to the X rating, that is, positions it as an adult film. I bet you haven't noticed this nuance, even if you've seen the cartoon many times.
A TikTok user with the nickname @kathy_martinez05 posted a short video from the cartoon with the caption " Did anyone else catch this?". It immediately went viral and now has 8.4 million views. I must say that there is a category of bloggers who are engaged in looking for different "Easter eggs" in films and animated films. Sometimes they see the funny or strange in moments that seem to be studied by the audience inside out.
In the video, @kathy_martinez05, Shrek's nemesis, Lord Farquaad (John Lithgow), sits naked in bed and begs his magic mirror to show him his future bride, Princess Fiona (Cameron Diaz). The mirror reluctantly agrees, after which the character sips a martini and sighs with satisfaction. Then comes the moment: a bulge appears under the zebra-print blanket, prompting Farquaad to look under it.
Martinez wrote under the post that as a child, watching this moment, she was sure that Lord Farquaad spilled a martini and it caught his attention. Now it is quite clear that it is not the drink that is to blame, but a physiological reaction, which was hardly worth hinting at in a children's cartoon.
Under the publication, a lot of humorous comments immediately appeared, among which the most common was a joke about a childhood stolen by the Disney studio. One of the subscribers wrote the following:
But the hint of an erection in a chaste Hollywood Shrek is childish pranks compared to what uninhibited Scandinavians offer children. The Danish cartoon "John Dillermand" about a man with an abnormally long penis stunned even tolerant Europeans.