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21st May '16 7:08:33 PM erforce
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* In ''[[Film/AustinPowers Goldmember]]'', Austin is approached by two attractive Japanese twins named Fook Mi and Fook Yu. Due to their accents, and Austin's obvious reaction to hearing their names, it is very obvious that they are implying the word "fuck." However, as the film is PG-13, only one use of "fuck" is allowed throughout the entire film in accordance with MPAA regulations. By making it not technically the word, they get away with saying it multiple times.

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* In ''[[Film/AustinPowers Goldmember]]'', ''Film/AustinPowersInGoldmember'', Austin is approached by two attractive Japanese twins named Fook Mi and Fook Yu. Due to their accents, and Austin's obvious reaction to hearing their names, it is very obvious that they are implying the word "fuck." However, as the film is PG-13, only one use of "fuck" is allowed throughout the entire film in accordance with MPAA regulations. By making it not technically the word, they get away with saying it multiple times.



* ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}'', a PG-rated movie that kids enjoy, has subtle innuendo. For instance, the one scene where a siren unzips Ray's pants in the middle of the night to do what would be implied as fellatio.

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* ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}'', ''Film/{{Ghostbusters 1984}}'', a PG-rated movie that kids enjoy, has subtle innuendo. For instance, the one scene where a siren unzips Ray's pants in the middle of the night to do what would be implied as fellatio.
18th May '16 2:37:38 PM LongTallShorty64
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* ''Film/{{Fallen Angel|1945}}'': It's no surprise that an Creator/OttoPreminger film has an open-mouth kiss in the era of TheHaysCode. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cAChp2BSV3M See for yourself]].
9th Apr '16 12:43:10 AM 3rdStringPG
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** [[{Bowdlerised} John Brown]]. It's an old Southern euphemism for the word "damn", "damned", or "God damn", and Coach Boone uses it often in the film, usually when exasperated or trying to prove a point. His wife even utters "Well, I'll be a John Brown" in amazement in one scene.

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** [[{Bowdlerised} John Brown]].Brown. It's an old Southern euphemism for the word "damn", "damned", or "God damn", and Coach Boone uses it often in the film, usually when exasperated or trying to prove a point. His wife even utters "Well, I'll be a John Brown" in amazement in one scene.
9th Apr '16 12:42:47 AM 3rdStringPG
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** "John Brown hind parts" could easily be a {{Bowdlerised}} way of saying "motherfuckin' ass".
** Also, Coach Boone saying "I don't give a John Brown," and in another scene, his wife saying "Well, I'll be a John Brown" in amazement.

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** "John Brown hind parts" could easily be a {{Bowdlerised}} way of saying "motherfuckin' ass".
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[[{Bowdlerised} John Brown]]. It's an old Southern euphemism for the word "damn", "damned", or "God damn", and Coach Boone saying "I don't give a John Brown," and uses it often in another scene, his the film, usually when exasperated or trying to prove a point. His wife saying even utters "Well, I'll be a John Brown" in amazement.amazement in one scene.
9th Apr '16 12:40:04 AM 3rdStringPG
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** Also, Coach Boone saying "I don't give a John Brown," and in another scene, his wife saying "Well, I'll be a John Brown" in amazement.
9th Apr '16 12:39:02 AM 3rdStringPG
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* ''Film/RememberTheTitans'':
** As this is a {{Disney}} film, the "n" word is not used to refer to the black players and Coach Boone -- the word "coon", which is also a derogatory, albeit far more obscure term for African-Americans, is used instead.
** "John Brown hind parts" could easily be a {{Bowdlerised}} way of saying "motherfuckin' ass".
3rd Apr '16 1:26:30 PM TARINunit9
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* ''Film/{{The Avengers|2012}}''. Loki calls Natasha Romanoff a "mewling quim" which is Victorian era slang for "whining [[CountryMatters cunt]]".

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* ''Film/{{The Avengers|2012}}''. Loki calls Natasha Romanoff a "mewling quim" which is Victorian era slang for "whining [[CountryMatters cunt]]". WordOfGod is that the Radar actually caught this, gave the director a stern talking to, then let him air the joke anyway.
4th Mar '16 6:58:57 AM Pinokio
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* ''[[Film/CatsAndDogs Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore]]'' gets away with this in the title. You see, there was once a James Bond character who was performing as a catwoman, training to be cat burglar. That's where that comes from.
20th Feb '16 10:04:48 AM nombretomado
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* ''Film/{{The Avengers}}''. Loki calls Natasha Romanoff a "mewling quim" which is Victorian era slang for "whining [[CountryMatters cunt]]".

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* ''Film/{{The Avengers}}''.Avengers|2012}}''. Loki calls Natasha Romanoff a "mewling quim" which is Victorian era slang for "whining [[CountryMatters cunt]]".
16th Feb '16 4:00:08 PM Anddrix
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---> '''Mikey:''' Dude, she's so hot I can feel [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything my shell tightening.]]\

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---> '''Mikey:''' Dude, she's so hot I can feel [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything my shell tightening.]]\]]\\
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