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The Porno Switcheroo Archives: Dora The Explorer DVD

By Gabe Delahaye / February 8, 2011 - 9:30 am

Our research suggests that the last year without any reported porno switcheroos was 1963 when not a single mimeograph machine accidentally spewed out hundreds of blue-tinted copies of an image of a pregnant woman’s ankles. Ever since then, it’s been non-stop porno switcheroos, and the streak continues with the first porno switcheroo of 2011. From the New York Daily News:

A Queens mom says a Long Island Toys “R” Us store sold her a kid-friendly “Go, Diego, Go!” video that turned out to be an X-rated surprise.

Candice Connor’s jaw dropped when she and her two young boys sat down to watch the cartoon about the animal-loving Nickelodeon character and saw a nude couple having sex.

THE COUPLE HAVING SEX WAS NUDE!!!!! OUTRAGE!!!!! PLEASE HAVE SEX WITH YOUR CLOTHES ON FOR THE SAKE OF THE CHILDREN!!!! Haha. Man, I do love journalism, you know? Because I have a feeling whoever wrote this article ASKED THE QUESTION to get that riveting detail. “What was the couple wearing? Ma’am, please, I’m just trying to do my job. Now when you say nude, you’re talking completely nude, or was the lady maybe wearing lucite heels? Any notable bruises or tattoos? Hold on, sorry, I am a slow note-taker.”

Any idea what the porno that they ended up watching by mistake was called? It wouldn’t be something completely hilarious would it?

Instead of getting “Nickelodeon All-Star Sports Day” featuring Diego, she got a graphic video titled “Bubble Butt Bonanza No. 17.”

Hahahha. A porno switcheroo featuring a Dora the Explorer DVD can already be filed under CLASSIC SWITCHEROO, but the fact that the porno was called Bubble Butt Bonanza No. 17 is basically just the best. Those poor children. Our thoughts and prayers are obviously with those children during this difficult time. To imagine them being mildly confused for, like, 30 seconds, and then not having any idea why their mom was so angry and why there’s a reporter at their house now and not knowing if they’ll ever even get to watch Go, Diego, Go: Nickelodeon All-Star Sports Day at this point. It’s just heartbreaking.

This seems important:

Connor showed The News her receipt for the $12.99 DVD and the plastic wrapping it was sealed in when she bought it.

Detective New York Daily News is on the case! Round up all the witnesses, he has some questions. Mostly about bruises. (Via ONTD.)