With "spotted dick" and "rubbers" and a certain term for cigarettes, British lingo can have a way of catching Americans off guard, but even Brits are balking at the name for this 1980s children's show.
Because this is the internet, we can't just let things be pure. Twitter users had a lot to say:
God, I love the British and how they use English to hilariously unintended effect.— Casey Hewlett (@SnowElfPaladin) March 5, 2018
I thought that was a screen cap from a mid 90's porno VHS.— Some Fat Guy (@nightofthecrabs) March 4, 2018
Some saw past the unintentional entendre and opted to reminisce about "T-Bag" (yes, that's the name of the show):
When you're scrolling randomly on twitter and suddenly get a face full of childhood nostalgia.— Chris (@Knorg) March 5, 2018
I freaking loved this show! I think T-shirt was my first crush.— Chris Curtain-Magee (@mstakenidentity) March 6, 2018
But there were burns to be had:
TBF, it was a pile of shite when it aired as well.— Craig 'Lost Limey' Little (@lost_limey) March 5, 2018
We shudder just thinking about which other beloved kids show titles will be relegated to sex act slang in the future: "And then we just Wizards of Waverly Placed in every single room, bro." "I'm gonna Phil of the Future all over you." "Are you into Bear in the Big Blue House?"