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Apparently There's A Rude Word Moulded Into The Head Off 'Art Attack'

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Apparently There's A Rude Word Moulded Into The Head Off 'Art Attack'

It seems that everything we held most dear to our hearts as kids is hiding some kind of innuendo, x-rated message or imagery.

Remember Hey Arnold!? Good old Arnold. A wonderful day time watch. Well, fuck that, because not long back someone completely ruined it, by pointing this out...

According to the lads over at BroBible, the guy in question is actually licking a plate in the previous scene, and this is just a continuation.

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That still doesn't mean it's not been intentionally made to look like he's tasting something else.

Producers can be sly like that.

As if that wasn't enough, someone ruined The Lion King. Truth be told they've only ruined the cover, as they have pointed out that Musafa's nose is actually the behind of a woman wearing underwear

It's not all that bad, but it kind of ruins the innocence of it.

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Credit: Disney

Another blow to our childhood is that people reckon the ever famous head off Art Attack actually has a rude word moulded into its hair.

Someone, weirdly, was watching an episode of Neil Buchanan's brilliance recently, and noticed that 'sex' appeared to have been written across the head, and posted it to Twitter.

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Credit: ITV

Is nothing sacred?

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Of course, there's every chance that it is just a coincidence. One thing's for sure, Neil Buchanan definitely doesn't give a shit.

Neil ended his 17-year stint with the show in 2007, leaving to focus on other things. Specifically, his music.

It'll surprise you all to find out that he is part of the heavy metal band Marseille. The group formed in 1976, and reunited in 2008. He was a founding member in the 70s, no less.

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The 55-year-old is the axe man of the group, and is just as handy with a guitar as he was with a paint brush.

The band won the UK Battle Of The Bands, at Wembley, in 1977, and were the first British outfit to do so. Brian May and Roger Taylor of Queen were the judges, so it was a pretty big thing.

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