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Adult Jokes You Missed In 'The Lego Movies'

Updated April 26, 2019 1.6k votes 300 voters 16.2k views12 items

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Just because The Lego Movie franchise is based on children's toys doesn't mean it can only be enjoyed by easily distracted youngsters. Although these flicks might seem wholesome and charming on the surface, they actually offer a rollercoaster ride of blatantly sassy quips and subtle one-liners. The cast of each feature is filled with personalities that pack side-splitting punches, and some choice Lego Movie quotes could easily be mistaken for extracts from adult-oriented Comedy Central specials. 

Multiple films are centered around the Lego world's zany characters, with each one throwing line after line of quick-witted zingers. Since all funny Lego gags need to be discreet enough to scrape by censors, many dirty references fly right over the target audience's heads. If you didn't catch them the first time, you're not alone.

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    Batman's 'Wayne Car'

    In every Batman film, the Dark Knight cruises around in some sort of fancy transportation. In The Lego Batman Movie, his snazzy Batmobile has a license plate that reads "Wayne Car."

    Phonetically, that phrase sounds like a rather cheeky British epithet.

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    MetalBeard's Lewd Pirate Rules

    MetalBeard details the laws of the sea in The Lego Movie, with the number one rule being, "Never place your rear end on a pirate's face." The rules on the wall include suggestive statements like, "Never release a Kraken," and, "Never wear a dress on a Tuesday."

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    Only A Real Lady Would Spit In A Spittoon

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    In The Lego Movie, Wyldstyle demonstrates how to blend into the Wild West. A bystander comments on how ladylike it is for her to spit in a spittoon.

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    Where Are My Pants?

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    The Lego Movie contains a running gag about a sitcom called "Where are my Pants?" The meta-show is a total spoof of the TV sitcom How I Met Your Mother. Lego Movie directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller previously worked on How I Met Your Mother as writers and executive producers.

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