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15 Times That Archie Comics Were Unintentionally Inappropriate

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Archie comics were a part of almost everyone's childhood. I even still have a box of them sitting around for when my children get to the age that they can read them.

As kids we often see things through a child's eyes, missing out on innuendo and jokes that would become evident as we get older. These 15 snippets from Archie comics really make you wonder what the artists were thinking, or if they intentionally drew these in for their own amusement. They really draw the line between children's comics and adult humor.

1. A little context is needed.

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2. This seems like it should be on an episode of Criminal Minds.

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3. Again, context is needed for this one...

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4. This is wrong on several levels.

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5. They aren't leaving much to the imagination.

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If you think these were suggestive, wait until we get through the next batch...

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