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The Simpsons and five other really disturbing porno parodies

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By some scientific estimates, over half the internet consists of pornography. That statistic is actually made up, but there's no doubt that there is a mind-boggling amount of porn out there -- so much of it, in fact, that there is a universal rule for it: "Rule 34: If it exists, there is porn for it. No exceptions." Don't believe us? Try it sometime. Or just consider this week's latest and truly unsettling addition to the porno canon: Simpsons: The XXX Parody (see teaser below), a live-action horrorshow of pop-culture oddity yellow skin. It's gross, sure, but it wouldn't be the first time a porno has taken a beloved cultural touchstone and -- in the truest sense of the word -- desecrated it.

That said, keep in mind that Rule 34 is for real -- if you type it into Google with the word "porn" after it, you will find what you seek, my friend, and it will be disgusting. In contrast, what we're showing here is limited to what we can get away with, and it's actually pretty tame by cartoon porn standards. Here's The Simpsons:

You will never be able to unsee that, but if there's any consolation, it's at least that Flanders looks surprisingly authentic. Interestingly, though, there's no visual of Homer in this teaser -- possibly because nobody wants to see a fat man have sex. Then again, these trailers would seem to suggest otherwise.
5. The Flintstones: A XXX Parody As far as porn parodies go, this one's fairly easy to stomach. Yeah, it will presumably show a fat man having sex, and yeah, it will probably ruin The Flintstones for you -- but then again, it's tough to ruin a Hannah-Barbera cartoon a whole lot more than Hannah-Barbera already ruined the original. In terms of weirdness, this doesn't seem much worse than the recent 3D version of Yogi Bear.
4. Pirates XXX In some ways, Pirates seems to indicate a renaissance for porno parodies -- high budget, professionally shot and edited, hell, there even seems to be some decent acting it it. It's like the original, minus Johnny Depp and plus blowjobs -- which is basically what we expect all movies to be in about 20 years.
3. Super Hornio Bros. It kind of gives us the giggles just to write "super hornio," and the flick lives up to that initial reaction. Starring none other than Ron Jeremy in the role for which he was seemingly destined, Super Hornio takes the liberty of adding some plot points to the game that were never there in the first place -- like, as Jeremy explains it, "We are inside that black void that exists in a computer monitor when the computer's turned off." Ah, so that's where porn comes from.
2. Avatar (NSFW) In an interesting reversal of the trend, Avatar takes a live-action (sort of) movie and turns it into a cartoon, which basically makes it a lot like the semi-disturbing CGI sex scene in the actual movie except for more uncomfortable. It is pretty funny in spots, but yeah, the ending is just downright disgusting. On the bright side, unlike most porno cartoons, this one doesn't feature incest or children.
1. This Ain't Saved by the Bell XXX Weird -- but not as weird as the porno the actor who played screech in the actual series would go on to make in real life.

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