Fireman Sam double entendres 


I’ve covered the topic of double entendres in children’s TV before, and so far Fireman Sam seems to be filled with filth, as the above photo shows! Fireman Sam remains Isla’s favourite show so we have to sit through an episode or two most days, and the innuendos just keep on coming, no pun intended…

Station Officer Steele: Cridlington, you’re licking my strawberry sensation!

Station Officer Steele: Now listen Cridlington, I want to win, so you tiddle those winks like you’ve never tiddled before! Elvis: Yes sir, I’ll do my best tiddling ever!

Station Officer Steele: (talking about apple bobbing) You put your hands behind your back and do it with your mouth!

Ben: Stop for a minute Charlie… Charlie:  But it’s not quite in yet.

Bronwyn: there’s a storm in the way, I can tell when my seaweed gets damp.

Mike Flood: Help! My tool’s weighing me down!

James Jones: I’ve finished polishing the cucumbers Mrs Price!

Ellie Phillips: Shakey-shakey Sam? Fireman Sam: Shakey-shakey Ellie… 😏

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