Adventure Time is a bright and colorful cartoon that's a captivating thrill-ride for anyone who joins Finn and Jake on their Candy Kingdom quests. It's also got some pretty dirty jokes for a kids' cartoon. While the characters the two protagonists encounter on their journeys might seem charming and innocent enough, the adult jokes in Adventure Time will sneak up on you and make you think twice about how much of a children's show it really is. Filled to the brim with both silly antics and grown-up humor, Adventure Time is a cartoon that provides fun for the whole family, not just the little ones.
Dirty jokes in cartoons are typically pretty low-key, since they need to fly over the heads of their younger audiences, so some of the Adventure Time adult jokes are pretty easy to miss. But just because a little kid can't appreciate the adult humor in Adventure Time, doesn't mean that you can't!
Tree Trunks And Her Sweet Apple Pie
The way Tree Trunks talks about apple pie is not in the way normal people talk about apple pie. Actually, the way she talks about her pie is the same way the movie American Pie talks about apple pie.
She likes to tease other characters with it, saying things like, "If you want a taste of my juicy apple pie, you better be nice, got that?"
The Ice King Gets Tied Up
Ice King's favorite thing to do is to capture princesses, tie them up, and force them into marrying him. And the frosty villain even acts like this isn't just a specific - or problematic - interest of his.
In the episode "I Remember You," the Ice King happens to fall over and tangle himself up in some chords of musical equipment. He doesn't even really try to escape.
Romancing Princess Bubblegum
In "To Cut a Woman's Hair," Finn is trying to snag some of Princess Bubblegum's hair. He decides that the best way to go about doing this is by romancing her with some spaghetti dinner. But during their date, Finn's language gets a bit freaky.
From demanding "put your butt here!" to "shove this in your mouth, it's hot!" their dinner suggests there's more going on than just some fine dining.