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Do you know what Pumba was about to say when he and Timon singing Hakuna Matata ?

And oh, the shame,
Thoughta changin' my name,
And I got downhearted,
Every time that I ........... ???

What do you think he was about to say before Timon covered his mouth ?
Do you know what Pumba was about to say when he and Timon singing Hakuna Matata ?
 adang posted over a year ago
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Sapling132639 said:
Farted, of course :P (it rhymes with downhearted.)
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posted over a year ago 
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Farted ? x_X Yeah *looking at Pumba's pic* I should have known
adang posted over a year ago
lionkingartist said:
FARTED!!!
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posted over a year ago 
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-_- there's no need to yell it out you know
adang posted over a year ago
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Hehe but it's so funny.XD don't you think?
lionkingartist posted over a year ago
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* Imagine what Simba's face gonna look like if Pumba continue his song * yea, couldn't agree more XD
adang posted over a year ago
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Yeah that would have been priceless
lionkingartist posted over a year ago
bendaimmortal said:
Indeed - "farted", of course. The whole part of the song was dedicated to how much Pumbaa stinks as he is a warthog + the rhyming.

But I've never got the joke, though. I mean, what's supposed to be so inappropriate about that word that you dhoulsn't say it in fron of the kids? "Fart" is probably one of the favourite words in very young children's vocabulary as they would find it funny, and any older kids & adults wouldn't care. I mean, it's not like it's a curse word or anything actually disgusting.
And even if it was meant just in-storily, in my opinion, SImba as a 10-11 years old, belonged to that age group that wouldn't have cared much if at all if someone just _said_ the word "fart". I mean, even in the "funny" category of the word's possible means. It would be another thing if Pumbaa was about to actually fart.

Really, that joke was probably targetted at kids age 2-7 or something. No offense to anyone older who might have find it especially funny. To each their own and so on.
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You said the reason in your answer. "'Fart' is probably one of the favourite words in very young children's vocabulary as they would find it funny..." Right there is why they didn't want to say it. The kids would dwell on that line, not letting it go or forgetting about it. They would continually sing that line nonstop, perhaps making farting noises in the process. It would basically get very annoying hearing that line over and over again with unneeded noises added into it.
Sapling132639 posted over a year ago
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Could be.
bendaimmortal posted over a year ago
kion_1372-roar said:
Farted... duh
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