10 funniest adult jokes in Marvel movies

The Marvel Cinematic Universe is known for well-written, dramatic monologues as well as quitte one-liner jokes. The MCU also has a reputation for being appealing to audiences of all ages and usually chooses more general humor, even the kids can understand.

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Despite this approach and initial concerns over the Disney acquisition, MCU has not shyed away from more adult topics. These movies / series often grapple with some humor that would make adults blush and leave children confused.

Ralph Bohner – WandaVision

Evan Peters as Quicksilver Pietro Ralph Bohner in Wandavision

In perhaps the simplest and rawest joke to date in MCU, in WandaVision it’s revealed that the person in charge of Wanda’s brother, Quicksilver, is just a random guy living in Agatha’s house, and his name is Ralph Bohner. There’s not much more to this – the joke is simply that this character’s name sounds like the term for an erection. While it may have been funny at first, this joke left a sour taste in the mouths of fans who felt drawn in by the stuntcasting of Evan Peters as Pietro.


“Can’t Get Too Excited” – The Incredible Hulk

The amazing Hulk has an intimate scene where Bruce Banner and Betty Ross share a motel room and finally fail their emotional barriers and start to get hot and heavy. This is until Bruce puts an end to it all and says he “can not get too excited.” This is certainly a question that comic book fans have pondered about the Hulk – whether his ailments disrupt his sex life or not – but not one that fans expected to have answered in a film adaptation. Oddly enough, it suggests that Bruce can not manage to get an erection without “hollowing out.”

“Fondue?” – Captain America

Dominic Cooper as Howard Stark in Captain America First Avenger

An ongoing joke in Captain America: The First Avenger is “Fondue”. Howard Stark, entrepreneur and extraordinary lady man has a reputation for having women for “Fondue”, which is suggested to mean do it. It’s even implied that Peggy Carter, Steve’s love interest, may have funded or will with Howard. It gets to a point where Steve awkwardly asks, “are you two … do you have … fondue?” It’s funny to see The Star-Spangled Man with a Plan go around the issue of sex with confidence from a confused and confused scout. This joke and the phrase “Fondue” even became a meme for some time among fan communities.

“Spread On Tony” – Iron Man 2

Christine Everhart Iron Man

IN Iron Man 2, Justin Hammer, the smaller version of Tony Stark, tries to brag that journalist Christine Everhart is making a post about him. To what supportive character and love interest does Pepper Potts respond that she remembers Everhart making some “spread” on Tony, referring to their one night stand at the beginning of the first Iron Man. This joke is a funny burn, and one of the few cases of feline behavior that comes from Pepper.

“Performance Issues” – The Avengers

Loki Tony Stark The Avengers

Throughout The Avengers, Loki has used his staff to mind control various people, including Dr. Selfish and Hawkeye. However, as he tries to do this against Tony Stark, the staff fails to make contact through Tony’s Arc Reactor.

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Tony Stark takes the opportunity to make fun of Loki over his inability to control him by saying “well, performance issues, you know, it’s not uncommon.” This is a more subtle excavation coming from Tony, and a good punctuation for this garbage-talking moment.

“Not the worst thing you’ve caught me doing” – Iron Man

Tony Stark and Pepper Potts in Iron Man

IN Iron Man, Pepper walks in on Tony as his armor is stripped of him by mechanical arms. In a comic beat, Tony says “let’s face it, this is not the worst thing you’ve caught me in.” This could mean a lot of different things, but given Tony’s established story of being a bit of a playboy, it’s safe to say he’s referring to an off-screen moment where Pepper unfortunately got into Tony the burning love.

“The Old Fashioned Way” – Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2

Thanks to the touch of James Gunn, both Guardians movies are spiced with adult humor, and in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 it strikes at the beginning. In a very Captain Kirk from Star Trek moving, Star-Lord begins to flirt with Ayesha, the sovereign high priestess, after completing a mission for her. In a discussion of the nature of the sovereign being manipulated, Peter Quill mentions that he prefers to “make people the old-fashioned way.” What’s surprising is how fascinated the High Priestess is at the prospect of attending an “archaic history lesson” with Star-Lord.

Thor Se Hulk’s Junk – Thor: Ragnarok

In this scene in Thor: Ragnarok Thor gets a glimpse of the green goliath’s cornichon. Thor wakes up in the room of the strongest avenger after his defeat in the gladiator arena on Sakaar. While Hulk in the middle of his bath gets up and absentminds walks to the window and gives the Thunder God a view everything. Thor is visibly confused, closes his eyes and says to himself “it’s in my brain now.” Although the joke is mostly innocent, it’s still about an adult topic, and this is especially the third time the Hulks downstairs are being raised in MCU.

Ego’s Penis – Guardians of the Galaxy 2

Ego tries to convince Peter Quill to join him in Guardians of the Galaxy.

While Starlord’s biological father, Ego, explains how he created the planet that is him, as well as the body he appears in front of them as, Drax interrupts to ask if he has made a penis. After some quarreling among the group, he confirms that he actually has a penis, and even brags that it is “not half bad,” which is appropriate character for a creature called “Ego.”

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Dave Bautista really sells it as Drax in this scene, and seems genuinely offended when Star-Lord gets engrossed in talking about how his parents perceived him, and grumbled that “Earthers has hung up.”

“Hide the Zucchini” – Avengers: Age of Ultron

Until the third act of Age of Ultron, Tony drops this line casually, saying that Bruce and Natasha “better not play hide and seek zucchini.” This line goes between being explicit and subtle; it seems like an innocent enough statement in itself, but there is not much else that the term “hide the zucchini” can mean, especially given the overtly budding romantic relationship between the two. What’s more is that the joke seems to be funny with the color of the Hulk’s “equipment”.

“Jackson Pollock Painting” – Guardians of the Galaxy

Star-Lord flies Milan in Guardians of the Galaxy

This is possibly the grossest adult joke in MCU. In Guardians of the Galaxy After Gamora comments on the dirty condition of Starlord’s ship, Quill thinks out of earshot, “if I had a blacklight, the place would look like a Jackson Pollock painting.” These words paint an unfortunate (or lucky, if you are ugly) picture of Peter Quill unleashing all over his spaceship. This also has a perhaps unintended implication when combined with the fact that his ship, Milan is named after Who’s the boss star, Alyssa Milano.

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