Toy Story fans have been left speechless after spotting a disturbing adult joke in the second movie.
The franchise, which is owned by The Walt Disney Company, follows a diverse group of toys who unbeknown to human beings have a mind of their own.
This includes a classic cowboy named Sheriff Woody and a modern spaceman action figure who goes by the name Buzz Lightyear.
Toy Story has been a widely successful franchise and is estimated to have grossed more than $3.3 billion worldwide.
It also has a huge fanbase, and some of these fans are now just discovering that there are some rather rude jokes that they didn’t understand when they were younger.
Warning: prepare for your childhood to be ruined.
There’s a scene in particular between Buzz and cowgirl Jessie in which there is a cheeky adult connotation.
It happens in Toy Story 2 when Jessie arrives at Andy’s home and the family’s dog, Buster, needs help getting out of the bedroom after being trapped inside.
To help the dog get out of the room, the cowgirl hops onto a toy car and performs an extravagant loop before jumping onto the door knob.
Impressed by this act, Buzz stares at Jessie in disbelief and suddenly, his wings pop out on either side. Clearly, this is meant to symbolise that the moment has left him aroused.
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The cheeky scene has since been shared on TikTok, where people have taken to the comments and admitted that they had never noticed it before.
“It’s fun rewatching these old movies and noticing the adult humour that we missed years ago,” one person comments.
Another viewer jokes: “RIP to my childhood.”
While somebody else asks: “Why Pixar why, WHY WOULD YOU DO THIS TO ME?!”
Defending the scene, one fan writes: “It’s humour for the adults watching along with the kids. The kids don’t understand it yet.”
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But this isn’t the only scene in the Toy Story franchise that alludes to Buzz and Jessie having chemistry.
In Toy Story 3, when Buzz is switched to ‘demo mode’, he describes the cowgirl as a ‘temptress’ with ‘bewitching good looks’.
When he is then reset to ‘Spanish mode’, the spaceman calls Jessie ‘my desert flower’ and dances around her.
He also asks for her to join him on his adventures around the galaxy and shields the cowgirl from Mr. Potato Head when he sees him as a threat.
At the end of Toy Story 4, Jessie places her hand on Buzz’s shoulder as they say goodbye to Woody – which symbolises that their relationship will last forever.