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Your Favorite Childhood TV Show Is Ruined In This Raunchy "Adult Film"

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You probably remember waking up early on Saturday mornings to go downstairs and watch cartoons.

These shows were near and dear to our hearts at the time, and as we grew older, we looked back fondly on their innocence and charm.

Unfortunately, not everyone wants to preserve the purity of the past. There is a market for the weird, wild, and wacky in the adult film industry, and nothing is off limits.

One company in particular has been revisiting our cherished memories with a wicked twist, and you may never see this show in the same way again.

Rugrats was a fun and interesting series that showed the world from a baby's perspective using crazy colors and blurring the lines between imagination and reality.

Well you may want to brace yourself, because the only lines that are getting blurred now are the love lives between the now-adult characters.

Get ready, because the diapers are still there.

Woodrocket is an adult film agency that specializes in parodies of popular movies, TV shows, and current events.

They have produced such hits as Strokemon, SpongeKnob SquareNuts, and their debut film The Young and the Topless.

Now, they are drawing the curiosity and horror of audiences with their latest release, Tugrats. Before you start calling your local congressman, the plot is based on the same characters but all above the legal age of consent.

In the above video (that contains no nudity) we see the characters reuniting and hinting towards their adult urges.

While it may seem crude and unusual to most, the producers feel it is just part of the job, and there's definitely a market for it.

However, they also admit it isn't everyone's cup of tea. "What you're going to see is going to be weird, creepy, and childhood-ruining," says Woodrocket producer Seth Beard.

Would you watch something this crazy? Tag a friend in the comments who has no idea what's coming!