It’s no secret that many kid’s movies and TV shows have instances where there’s some ‘adult humor’ thrown in that most of the of the time goes unnoticed by children...and sometimes it even gets missed by adults.

For example; The Hooker Doll in Toy Story, Daffy Duck reading ‘Play Duck’ magazine, Anna talking about how “Foot size doesn’t matter” in Frozen, and many more.

I’ve seen the 2001 film Shrek probably a dozen times with my kids and there’s a part in a certain scene that I’ve never noticed before.

No, not where Shrek reacts to the size Farquaad’s castle and says to Donkey, “Do you think maybe he’s compensating for something?”

The scene that I’m referencing has much more subtle innuendo, but once you notice it, you’ll never be able to ‘unsee it.’

It’s where a shirtless Lord Farquaad (voiced by John Lithgow) is lying in his bed, under a blanket, drinking what looks like a martini.

“Mirror, mirror, show her to me. Show me the princess,” orders Lord Farquaad.

The mirror, with a disgusted look on its face, then shows Princess Fiona looking sadly out of the tower window.

As Farquaad sees the princess in the mirror, he then sips on his drink and says “Ah, perfect.” He then has an extremely sheepish look on his face.

Why did Lord Farquaad look so guilty? Because the blanket, uh, rises a bit near his, uh, groin area.

He also takes a quick peek under the covers.

I guess now we know why the mirror looked so disgusted by Farquaad’s request. He knew what was about to happen.

 

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