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Fans of Disney's Cars have been left stunned after they missed a pretty rude scene that completely went over their head when watching it as a child. Watch the scene below to see if you missed it as well:
The 2006 childhood favourite was - and still is - a massive hit back in the day and now that fans have grown up, they've come to the realisation how they missed a rather adult joke in the movie.
In the scene, main character Lightning McQueen (Owen Wilson) was confronted by two fangirl cars, Mia and Tia, who were super excited to see him.
After introducing themselves, the pair flash their lights at him, which might not sound too bad, but you soon realise they were doing the animated equivalent of lifting their tops and flashing them.
It all seems pretty obvious now...
Fans were stunned after realising what the writers were translating in that scene and were quite taken aback after watching it with their adult eyes.
"I finally realized what they were doing after all these years," one user wrote.
A second commented: "This joke always went straight over my head as a kid, now that I understand it, I both groan and laugh my ass off."
"Now I know why my dad laughed so hard at this scene when I was a kid," someone else added.
Another user said: "McQueen's reaction just totally gave it away!!!! LMAO."
Whilst a final user concluded: "Watching this scene a few times I realized what they were meant to be doing...
The Pixar animation starred the late Paul Newman as McQueen's mentor, Doc Hudson, and also Bonnie Hunt as Sally Carrera.
For those that don't know, the synopsis reads: "Lightning McQueen, a racing car, learns a hard lesson in life when he damages a lot of property in Radiator Springs.
"His task is to repair the damage done before he can get back on the road."
The film continues to hold a solid 7.1 rating on IMDb and 74 percent on Rotten Tomatoes.
There were three films in total, with the other two coming out in 2011 and 2017 respectively, however, the first was considered to be the best, which is often the case with most movie franchises.
Cars is available to watch and stream on Disney+.
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