Chuggaaconroy: Frequently, which is especially funny because he has many very young fans who would never even notice - if he didn't stop to dwell on the innuendo he'd just made every single time.
At one point, he claimed that he makes too many innuendos in general, especially in Real Life, and would start trying to cut back - but he was back at it again in the very next video.
In-universe, he likes pointing it out when he sees it. In particular, he found himself unable to take a certain scene in Majora's Mask seriously, due to the camera angles adding layers of Visual Innuendo for him.
Over The Gun: Happens in RE 3, Nemesis, after getting away from the huge worm... thing and claiming he did it because of his 'Master Baiting' skills. However, this time, he slips up and it soundsl ike something else... This is, of course, immediately lampshaded by himself as he KNEW it would only be a matter of time before said slip up occurred.
PewDiePie: Innuendos are often intentional, but once he gets scared he spurts some more honest ones.
And now we will ride Farsa!note Farsa means "dad" in Swedish, so you can see where that might sound wrong. He lampshades this in one video.
Whenever he says Condemned, it sounds an awful lot like "condom".
Pointed out in Mario Party, as they note that DK's pose during the Limbo minigame is somewhat suggestive of a different kind of donkey.
In Golf in Wii Sports, Chugga asks whether they can hit each others' balls.
During Fortune Street, Chugga says that, "Rocking his hand back and forth on the Wiimote gives his hand something to do."
In the Great Maze, Jon is playing as Charizard and tells Tim to "follow the angry dragon". Tim and Chugga tell him Urban Dictionary's definition of "angry dragon". note It involves fellatio.
SlimKirby: During the Mario Party 7 missed minigames, Wario jumped on a banana just as Slim was jumping on it, which bumped Slim to the next space. What did he say? "Wario jumped on my banana"
John saying he would "only take it from Tom" in episode 115 of The Bugle. He was actually referring to an apology for the difficulty in accessing the Bugle email account.
In one YoGPoD, Simon asks Lewis a series of questions, which he needs to answer using randomized music titles in his iTunes play list. When Simon asks the question "What do you think of your secret crush?", Lewis gets the Song "You raise me up". Think about that for a second.
Nanabey being "protected" and wanting "protection" seemed innocent enough. Then Marvelous started acting like a Bastard Boyfriend towards her, Nanabey being "protected" by Etna had much innuendo and then the player used the phrase "getting it on" in regards to "protecting" Nanabey. If "protection" is innuendo, then she Really Gets Around.
In chapter 7 of Knight Blades, Black Fang asks Grek for a book about positions and says he wants to know how Ridder uses his pole so good.
Strong Sad: Hello? Is somebody down there? Strong Bad: Go away, Strong Sad! The Cheat and I are down here shenanigan-ing each other in the dark alone by ourselves. Strong Sad: Uh, are you sure you wanna go on record with that explanation? Strong Bad: Of course! I don't see how that could possibly be taken out of context!
Also seen in the cartoon Which Ween Costumes?, where the gang dresses up in Decemberween-themed costumes as they normally would in a Halloween cartoon (due to a hiatus, there was no Halloween cartoon in 2010).
Strong Bad: I think we may have gotten our… 'Weens crossed.
Nyan Neko Sugar Girls: Koneko-chan loves mochi ice cream so much, she makes suggestive noises as she chews and is left in a daze of pleasure after finishing.
If there are other people in the room, invite them over to watch with you. Otherwise they'll just hear Raku-chan talking and think you're watching Asian porn. This goes double for episode four.
Strong Bad Email: In "coloring", Strong Bad attempts to color in a page of the Limozeen coloring book with one of the "crayons" he got from Marzipan called "Dermal Discoveries" (a nod to the real life renaming of the "Flesh" crayon to "Peach"). He then tells the band to "prepare themselves for a dermal discovery". Considering this is addressing a band, it could be intentional.
RWBY: When Professor Ozpin's office is first revealed, it's an impressive example of visual animation, set in the heart of a clock tower, where absolutely everything is designed to look like it's made out of, or driven by, gears - even the desk and chair. From the front, which is where most people (and therefore the most camera angles) stand, the Cool Chair looks like it has a tall, slightly pointy back with circular, gear-shaped "wings" where the back meets the seat. When the chair is eventually seen from the back, the phallic shape of the chair was instantly noted. When the scene's designer found out how everyone was interpreting it, his reaction made it clear it was an accident and that he saw the funny side.
Invoked during "The Game", where he jokes that before we discover they're actually talking about the titular game, the conversation sounds more like Crusher and Troi laughing at the latest STD Riker picked up on Risa.
In "Rascals", whilst talking about some of the difficulties that occur whenever doing a show involving child actors, Chuck mentions his own growth spurt during puberty;
Chuck: Between the ages of 12 and 14, I grew 11 inches... taller!
In "Remember Me", Chuck puts the audio of the Traveler instructing Wesley on how to save his mother over a still shot of a shuttlecraft. Suddenly, everything the Traveler says comes off a lot creepier:
The Traveler: There's "your warp bubble", Wesley.
He couldn't talk about Harry Kim's musical hobbies without running into these. Finally he just gave up:
Some members found the first of the Cat's messages way too amusing...
Also, in one of HF's comments, he said that he "had the most wonderful things planned for [Blizz] to do today..." Since this was after they had kits together, this was greeted wityh a slew of comments about Blizz needing to take birth control.
Narrator: July is spent gazing dreamily at the cream of American manhood.
Linkara: Okay, don't say "cream" or "manhood" ever again, okay?
In episode 13 of The Autobiography of Jane Eyre, injured Mr Rochester says to Jane who wants to treat his wound that they should go back to bed. He definitely meant that each should go to their respective bed, but some comments sniggered at this innuendo and it was hinted that gee, he should buy her a drink first.
Comedy Shorts Gamer: A lot of stuff Deji does ends up digging him deeper in the rumor that he's gay. From his "I Love KFC" video, he mentions the sensation of putting a drumstick in your mouth and sucking all the meat off, and from his "Idiot Test" video he asks the viewer to suck their thumb really hard and then demonstrates.
Sometimes you have to wonder if he's doing this on purpose.
The Cynical Brit does this from time to time, at which point either he or someone he is playing/casting with will inevitably tell people not to look into it. invoked
Crossing a Watermelon field while playing a female engineer in Guild Wars 2: "Look at that advanced melon technology. No, not THAT kind of melon technology."
"Stop trying to blow through it and enjoy yourself."
In their Pacific Rim video, Jon says "I know, I'm inside you!" in regards to his and Arin's psychic connection. This is lampshaded by giggling from Dodger.
Jacksfilms: Jack points out that the amount of people who can't spell "rapper" and instead type "raper" is rather worrying. It truly falls into this trope, however, when people make this mistake with things which would otherwise be innocent and heartwarming. One of the worst examples would be that of a picture of a child being wrapped up, with the tagline "I raped my sister so she will be quiet"... yeah...
A few younger users show that their age is partly to blame, if it's any consolation; at least a few times the named and shamed have their age typed. For example "I'm a rap(p)er and I'm 8 peace".
In-Universe: Fingers/arms coming out from holes in the wall in the Total Recall (1990) game? And looking like... something else due to the NES graphical limitations? Cue the Ding Dong Song by Gunther !
Earlier, in the Dark Castle review, the same song played when he encounters the whipping torturer.
The NES Home Alone review. Two men chasing a young kid, then placing themselves behind him once he's caught. (cue Psycho Strings)
JdG: RUN KID! RUN FOR YOUR LIFE! RUN FOR YOUR ASS!
Film Brain: This is you. And you're screaming to all the other peas, “Oh, save me! Oh, save me! He's going to eat me!” But I've already eaten the other peas. Om nom nom nom! Hahahahahaha! Luke: Wow, that's a lot of peas. And I'm just full of them. Film Brain: That's right. Luke: I am totally full of pea...ness. Film Brain: You've got it. Luke: So, what are you going to do? Film Brain:I WILL EAT YOUR PEANESS!!! (everyone else looks back disgusted) Film Brain: Oh, n-no no no no! I didn't mean that! I didn't mean that! It's just—- Angry Joe: Yeah, whatever! You go to the back!
Welcome To Sanditon: Edward Denham is a cinema and sci-fi geek and he used the phrase "blue pill" as a way of switching off the in-story application Domino. It was probably meant as a reference to film The Matrix, where "blue pill" represented a choice to be "in", and Edward said he would be using Domino even if he found it rather creepy in a Big-Brother-esque way. Gigi understood that "blue pill" would mean "out" and that it would be used to end Domino's recording. However, some viewers didn't get that and thought Edward meant another blue pill — the Viagra. Edward has slightly creepy vibes, but he's a young twenty-something guy who probably doesn't need it. Who knows, perhaps the writers went for both meanings of "blue pill".
Pokémon Vietnamese Crystal: (player)!DRUG BAG FUCK. This is how the game renders "(player) put the Potion into the bag". This gets worse with some other items, such as Poke Balls; "(player) put the Poke Ball in the Ball Pocket" is translated to "(player)!HUGEBALL BALL FUCK".
"(player)!GREASY BAG FUCK"
"HOW MANY MONSTERS HAVE YOU GRABBED?"
The game repeatedly translates "catch Pokemon" or similar phrases as "grasp monsters".
The Childcare Action Project review of The Dark Knight includes a discussion on teaching children right from wrong…which features the terms "rod", "thrust", "beat", "discipline" and "sheep". Also, the "sexual immorality" section references "word for rapist," presumably for when The Joker mentions a "gangbanger." Moral Guardians have the dirtiest minds.
"jpm. Jacktions per minute......Sounded o.k. in my head it didn't sound like Masturbating".Explanation "apm" is "actions per minute", a common measurement of how quickly players can do things. "jpm" was a player in the game shown.
At a tournament a few days before the previous example, possibly the king of this trope was said by a co-caster. "He's not going to pull out at the last second. He's going to stick it in for the long haul."
A story on Watt Pad (An iPhone/iPod touch app meant for literature) called "Dinner with Vampires (Did I Mention I'm a Vegetarian?) features an in universe example. The main character Violet spills some vodka on her shirt in front of Kaspar, one of the vampires. She says "Why is it that I always end up getting wet around you?" she later realizes the double meaning.
A Dutch example: one Internet company tried to promote switching from any other company to them. Their slogan: "Overstappen is niet eng" ("Switching isn't scary"). Their URL: www.overstappenisnieteng.nl, which with the words squashed together can and will be read as "Overstap penis niet eng" ("Switch to penis not scary"). It took them a few months to catch on, after which they verrrrry quickly changed their ads and URL.