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23 Hilariously Awkward Stories Of People Accidentally Watching Sex Scenes With Their Parents

Sorry Mom and Dad…and everyone else. We recently asked members of the BuzzFeed Community, “What’s your most awkward/hilarious ‘Whoops, I accidentally watched a movie sex scene with my parent(s) and/or guardians’ story?” and, WHEW BUDDY, they did not disappoint. Here are just a handful of the most delightfully awkward and hilarious stories shared: 1. Brokeback…

23 Hilariously Awkward Stories Of People Accidentally Watching Sex Scenes With Their Parents

Sorry Mom and Dad…and everyone else.

We recently asked members of the BuzzFeed Community, “What’s your most awkward/hilarious ‘Whoops, I accidentally watched a movie sex scene with my parent(s) and/or guardians’ story?” and, WHEW BUDDY, they did not disappoint. Here are just a handful of the most delightfully awkward and hilarious stories shared:

1.

Brokeback Mountain (2005)


Focus Features

“The year is 2005. My in-laws are Southeast Asian immigrants who came to the US in 1980. Though their kids grew up VERY American, they stuck to their traditional culture and were super-conservative Christians. They had never seen a movie in the theater before, so my husband (then boyfriend) decided to treat them to dinner and a movie to celebrate 25 years in the states. Well, one of the biggest movies that came out that year was this one…so he took us all. Needless to say, the car ride home was very quiet. They’d never talked about that night, ever. Flash forward to 2015, when a cousin came out as gay and my father-in-law reacted to the news by saying, ‘Oh, so he goes fishing on the ‘Broken Back Mountain!’ I died, y’all.”

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Cool World (1992)


Paramount Pictures

“My dad was a huge animation nerd, and a big fan of the animated version of The Hobbit. He heard a movie was coming out by the same illustrator and really wanted to take us to see it. I was 13, my brother was 15, and my dad took us to this shady theater to see a movie about a cartoon woman, Holli Wood, who can become human only if she orgasms while having sex with a human. Every single other person in the theater was a middle-aged man.”

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3.

Girls Trip (2017)


Universal Pictures

“I watched this with my conservative mom and it was NOT ideal, especially the scene involving Tiffany Haddish and a grapefruit…”

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4.

Gone Girl (2014)


20th Century Fox

“I had my wisdom teeth removed when I was 20, so I was couch-bound while recovering, all loopy on drugs. My mom came into the living room where I was and started watching TV. She eventually decided on this movie. So — unable to move — I had to watch a very graphic sex/murder scene with my mother. The silence while watching the scene was so awkward, it’s burned into my brain.”

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Cruel Intentions (1999)


Columbia Pictures

“When I was about 15, I convinced my parents to rent this. Cue an incredibly awkward next 90 minutes or so and me plotting 1) How to get through it with a straight face, and 2) When I could watch it again without them!”
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6.

Eyes Wide Shut (1999)


Warner Bros.

“I once made the grave mistake of agreeing to go see this in the theater with my mom and dad. All those orgies! To this day, I still don’t know why we didn’t just leave. Instead, we just looked straight ahead — which was even worse!”

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Meet Joe Black (1998)


Universal Pictures

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“My friend and I watched this one on TV and it was really good, so I bought the DVD to show my parents…not realizing they had cut out a bunch of sex scenes on TV. I got so embarrassed, I pretended to go get a snack from the kitchen for like 10 minutes.”

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Fear (1996)


Universal Pictures

“I was 13 and watched it with my dad. When the roller coaster scene came on, I was red in the face and he was just as uncomfortable. My mom was out playing bingo that night and she called to check in right after that scene, and my dad exclaimed, ‘You couldn’t have called 20 seconds ago?!’ It’s been 24 years and I still cringe thinking about it.”

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Cold Mountain (2003)

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Miramax Films

“I was visiting my grandparents (I was 19 at the time and they were in their early 80s) and we were looking for something to watch. My grandpa came across this and he said, ‘Oh, I read this book, let’s watch it!’ Despite the many graphic sex scenes, we sat through the ENTIRE THING. Then, when the movie was over, my grandpa said, ‘Well, I don’t remember all that happening in the book!’ and my grandma replied, ‘It’s called Cold Mountain…I didn’t think so many people would have their clothes off!’”

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10.

Monster’s Ball (2001)


Lionsgate Films

“I was 15 and I begged my mom to let me see this with her while my dad took my siblings to see Big Fat Liar. It was probably one of the most awkward moments of my life and, to this day, I still cringe every time I see Billy Bob Thornton or Halle Berry.”

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Black Swan (2010)


Fox Searchlight Pictures

“When I was younger, I took ballet lessons, and my grandmother ALWAYS picked me up from school and took me to those lessons. It was a weekly bonding activity for us for years. Fast-forward to my freshman year of high school, and I’m at my grandparents’ house having dinner with them and my dad. Grandma, feeling sentimental about our ballet lesson days, decided to rent an ‘artsy ballet movie’ that she’d heard was popular. And that’s how I came to watch this in its entirety with not just my father, but my grandparents as well. My grandmother was mortified, my grandad was stoic (except that his face got progressively redder throughout the movie), and father was laughing hysterically the entire time.”

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12.

Kick-Ass (2010)


Lionsgate

“I’m 23 now, but when I was younger, I ALWAYS got to pick the movie at the theater when I’d go with my dad…and he ALWAYS fell asleep. EVERY TIME. Anyway, the first time he picked the movie, it was this one. He certainly wasn’t asleep when the main character had sex with the popular girl in an alley by a dumpster. It’s burned in my brain: My dad’s expression, his ‘I’m so, so sorry,’ and his ‘Hey, maybe you should go to the bathroom now because you really shouldn’t see this.’ After that day, he was never allowed to complain about being forced to see Jeremy Sumpter being dreamy in Peter Pan three times in theaters with me ever again.”

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