"There's a double meaning in that."
— Benedick, Much Ado About Nothing
Index of tropes used to make innuendoes, double entendres, and similar jokes.
- Accidental Innuendo: A work has dialogue that isn't intended to be dirty, but the audience still interprets it as lewd.
- "Balls" Gag: A joke on "balls" being slang for testicles.
- Double Entendre: A phrase that has a second and filthier meaning.
- Entendre Failure: The risque meaning of the double entendre is lost on someone.
- Erotic Eating: Someone consumes a food item in a suggestive manner.
- Freudian Slippery Slope: Someone has a habit of accidentally talking about risque things at random.
- Heh Heh, You Said "X": Someone laughs over another person saying a word that sounds dirty.
- Innocent Innuendo: The work depicts a scene that deliberately looks or sounds naughty, but is actually more wholesome than it seems.
- Lampshaded Double Entendre: Someone acknowledges the hidden filthy meaning to their statement, often by ending their sentence with "if you know what I mean".
- LOL, 69: Innuendos on how the number 69 is also the name of a sex position.
- Mating Dance: A dance that is suggestive.
- Nosebleed: A person gets nose bleeds when they are aroused.
- Or Are You Just Happy to See Me?: Asking a person if they have an erection while suggesting a less risque reason for the person to be having a bulge in their pants.
- Parallel Porn Titles: A porn movie has a title that's a play on that of a non-pornographic work of fiction.
- Pelvic Thrust: Someone thrusts their pelvis to exhibit how lecherous they are.
- Phallic Weapon: A weapon is regarded as a penis metaphor.
- Sexual Euphemism: A euphemism for sexual intercourse.
- Something Else Also Rises: A visual gag implying a person is sexually aroused.
- That Came Out Wrong: Someone realizes to their embarrassment that what they just said could be interpreted as obscene.
- That's What She Said: Joking about an unintentionally filthy statement by remarking that someone would have said it during sex.
- Un-Entendre: A literal statement is interpreted for a double entendre.
- Visual Innuendo: Imagery open to risque interpretations.