Rugrats porn parody
Rugrats porn parody

The Porn Parody You Never Wanted, of Nickelodeon’s ‘Rugrats,’ Is Officially Here (Video)

Remember Rugrats, the early ‘90s Nickelodeon cartoon series about a bunch of toddlers having imaginative adventures? It was turned into a few feature length animated movies near the turn of the century and now someone has gone and made a Rugrats porn parody.

The porn parody is called Tugrats and features adults playing the diaper-wearing main character Tommy, his red-haired pal Chuckie, his male and female twin pals Phil and Lil, the older and judgmental Angelica and Angelica’s rival Susie. In the trailer, Chuckie accidentally takes boner pills rather than his usual headache medicine and he begins to notice Angelica’s large breasts and his Reptar action figure’s large penis.

Before you get too squicked out, the trailer for the porn parody (below) establishes very early on that the Rugrats are no longer young kids but are actually grown adults. They just still happen to dress almost identically as they did when they were toddlers. Oh, and Phil has a newfound interest in eating people’s butts.

Here’s the original Rugrats cartoon intro:

And here’s the Rugrats porn parody trailer, Tugrats:

This porn parody is brought to you by Woodrocket, the heterosexual porn studio that also brought you such tragic porn parodies like SpongeKnob SquareNuts, Porks & Recreation, Mighty Muffin Pounder Rangers and Fap to the Future.

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They also released a four-part series called Pirates: A Gay XXX Parody, though we weren’t sure if it was meant as a parody of Pirates of the Caribbean or the 1986 swashbuckling film Pirates.