Now that it’s officially Valentine’s Day, here’s an extremely NSFW song to commemorate the occasion.
In homage to a certain frequent practice of the original Fleischer Studios animators who worked on the famous Betty Boop cartoons, the animators of Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988) included a single frame during the scene with Betty Boop and Eddie Valient in which she appears topless.
Back in the days before home video, DVD, and Blu-ray, there would have been no way for audiences to detect the risque flashing frames in any of the old Fleischer shorts. The versions of these old cartoons in circulation nowadays have had these frames removed.
The unedited version of Who Framed Roger Rabbit containing the Betty flash is extremely rare, and likely no longer in print (if there were many prints struck of it at all).
Don’t believe it exists?
(Obviously, NSFW under the cut)
why bronies think people hate them: they watch a TV show marketed at little girls
why people actually hate bronies: they sexualize technicolor horses, …
I’ll just leave these here:
*tips fedora to Snow Dapples for finding the above*
You forgot the one where she had Shining Armor in a thong.
…I don’t even know how to respond to this.
The girl so vehemently against sexualization in MLP:FiM has, herself, drawn sexualized images of ponies.
At some point in time, someone in Germany thought it would be really hot to make a porno based on E.T. Yep - that E.T. Except, of course, it’s female now, and it speaks German.
This video is from Pittsburgh psychedelica band Tobacco’s Fucked Up Friends DVD compilation. It is edited (and censored) footage from an actual pornographic film created years ago featuring a woman in a surprisingly-decent E.T. costume (for a no-budget skin flick, that is).
There are so many questions in my mind right now, and yet, I don’t think I want to know the answers.
The lyrics are a bit dirty (though, this is Lords of Acid we’re talking about here, so nothing out of the ordinary), so keep this in mind before you click “play”. The song really starts kicking in at around the 30 second mark.
I opted to use the safe-for-work album cover, as opposed to the original Coop cover.
Definitely one of my favorites of their albums.