The innocence that youth holds is something to be cherished, respected and admired. The little people in our lives that we hold close with their pure hearts and minds are the very souls we mold to become the leaders and innovators of tomorrow. While at their most crucial developmental stages we have the huge responsibility of shaping their habits, thought processes and attitudes. It's a tough job. So, to make things easier on the parents, adult comments get slipped into conversation and entertainment, here and there, which is far too complex for a child's understanding or comprehension.
With those little, subliminal messages carefully crafted into the content we watched as kids, a generation later, can you imagine the filth and debauchery that is inserted into children's shows today? It's somewhat terrifying to think about, knowing that we might have to sit in on a majority of the TV shows our kids watch, just to make sure the content is appropriate.
Let us take you back in time so we can relive all the darkness that lived in some of our favorite cartoons. Check them out for yourself and see if you don't get that weird, awkward, vaguely familiar tingle going down your spine, knowing that you were just an unknowing youth, blindly watching your favorite animation, unaware your young mind was getting corrupted.
15 The Flash Might Just Have A Stamina Issue
Episode: "Eclipsed" [Season 2, Episode 13]
14 Smurfette Flirts A Lot With Bigmouth
Episode: "Supersmurf" (Season 1, Episode 12)
13 Batman Beyond's High School Jock, Nash, Offers Bobbi A 'Ride'
Episode: "Golem" (Season 1, Episode 4)
12 Spongebob & Patrick Have A Baby Scallop
Episode: "Rock-a-Bye Bivalve" (Season 3, Episode 9)
11 Johnny Bravo's Not Worth A Virgin Sacrifice
Episode: "Johnny Bravo and the Amazon Women" [Season 1, Episode 1]
10 The Powerpuff Girl's Sedusa Sharpens The Mayor's Pencil
Episode: "Something's A Ms." [Season 2, Episode 13]
9 Adventure Time's Jake Bites Lady Rainicorn By Accident?
Episode: "From Bad To Worse" (Season 3, Episode 13)
8 Prison Is Definitely No Place For Yosemite Sam
Episode: "Carrotblanca" (1995)
7 The Animaniacs, Dot, Doesn't Do 'Fingerprints'
Episode: "Hercule Yakko" [Season 1, Episode 25]
6 Fred & Daphne Do The Deed On Johnny Bravo
Episode: "Bravo Dooby-Doo" [Season 1, Episode 3]
5 Eddy Has A Magazine Stash Under His Bed
Episode: "The Day The Ed Stood Still" [Season 3, Episode 11]
4 Cow & Chicken's Biker Gang Eats Carpet
Episode: "Buffalo Gals," [Season 2, Episode 20]
3 Rocko's Modern Life Infamous Motel Scene
Episode: "Road Rash" [Season 2, Episode 4]
2 Rocko's Strange Hot Line Job
Episode: "Canned" [Season 1, Episode 8]
1 Stimpy & Sven Are In The Closet... Sorta
Episode: "Sven Hoek" [Season 2, Episode 4]
You guys really didn't think the honors of the most disturbing children's cartoon scene would go to any other than Ren & Stimpy, right? The show took such a dive off the deep end that it began on children's programming and ended up on late night television before it was officially canned. Anyway, Ren's weirdo cousin Sven and Stimpy took such a liking to each other that in the second season, the two ended up hanging out in a closet together. Before anything got too graphic, Stimpy turns to the camera and says: "Hey, this is private." Sven then slams the closet door and you can hear what the two are doing in there, which isn't hard to guess, especially when Stimpy says, "I'm a sword swallower." We understand, your gaping jaw. Let this be a message that you might want to analyze what the youth are watching. You definitely wouldn't want them asking questions about any cartoon closet scenes, would you?
Sources: Complex, Buzzfeed, Wikipedia
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