Hocus Pocus bus driver makes VERY rude comment about Sarah Jessica-Parker in clip that'll ruin your childhood

HOCUS Pocus has become a cult film since it was first released in 1993.

But some fans who are rewatching it as adults may have noticed a rude comment directed at Sarah Jessica Parker's witch character, Sarah Sanderson, which went over their heads as children.


The film follows a villainous comedic trio of witches which also includes Winifred Sanderson (Bette Midler) and Kathy Najimy as Mary Sanderson.

In one scene, a bus pulls up and the witches enquire what it is, before the driver says it is to "convey gorgeous creatures such as yourselves to your most forbidden desires."

Bette's character tells him they desire children, as Sarah smiles sweetly at him.

With a chuckle, he cheekily replies: "It may take me a couple of tries but I don't think that'll be a problem, hop on up."

While the innuendo suggested he was referring more to himself than the journey, a few moments later, Sarah is seen sitting on his lap behind the wheel.

He says: "Hey buttercup, anyone ever tell you you're very easy on the eyes?"

They then go over a man hole, causing them to bump along, and clearly enjoying themselves, Sarah and the bus driver bounce up and down as she presses the horn a few more times crying "speed bump, speed bump!"

And put it this way, he looks like he's having just as good a time as the witch is.

Fans couldn't help but comment on the moment now they're grown up, with one writing online: "OMG!!!!!! when i was little i totally didn't get this, but now, i laughed so much! "We desire, children." "It might take me a couple of tries but i don't think that would be a problem!" Children's moive fail!"

Another added: "That adult joke went over my head for several Halloweens until now lmao."

A third wrote: "WWOOOOOWWW The jokes I didn't even catch as a child. lol".

Fans will no doubt be on the look out for similar jokes in the long awaited sequel, which is currently in production with all three actresses returning to their roles.


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