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Harry, realizing that Hermione will be there, pleads with his uncle not to be taken to the open house, claiming the other kids would make fun of him. Films — Animation In the film version of The Magic Roundabout when Dougal is caught, the soldier asks him how he should torture him for information.

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A commercial for Knorr frozen dinners deliberately bleeps out the word "frozen", but only enough that you can still hear the "f" at the start and "n" at the end. Near the end of the commercial, the narrator notes "frozen doesn't have to be a bad word".

A Swedish insurance company is currently running radio commercials of the form: The claimant confirms that this is what happened, and the clerk tells him that no problem, we can cover that. Cartoon Network made similar bumpers for [adult swim]using clips from Scooby-Doo and Superfriends.

It wasn't a literal bleep, but some people found Mikuru's "I tried to contact but they said Classified Information, etc. Especially when you consider what could be in there. Kyon even asks whether it's meant to censor something obscene. Haruhi gets bleeped in the anime as she blackmails the computer science club president to give her a computer by taking photos of him groping Mikuru.

Although, in the novel, she explicitly says she'll accuse them of gang rape. This is apparently supposed to mean "cosplay" Partially because of actual copyright laws, and it's funnier that way. Summon the Beasts love to replace one letter with an asterisk to censor the name while still giving enough of a clue of what they're referring to.

One of the best examples in anime and one of the funniest as well. The Beach Episode has another kind of humorous censoring. Cue an Imagine Spot of strange pink and purple things assaulting Kaname while she's screaming at them to stop.

Hayate the Combat Butler has a lot of these effects throughout the anime series, which is due to parody. Gintama uses this at times, usually to censor the names of copyrighted material, and also to make things sound perverted when they aren't Which almost always get lampshaded by somebody.

The Pixellation they apply to poop and vomit probably could count, as well. Invoked in-universe during a recap episode, where Gintoki proudly shows a clip of him saying the quote that was voted most popular by fans, only for Shinpachi and Kagura to try making it sound perverted by censoring parts of it immediately after.

Episodewhich the cast devotes to apologizing to all the viewers they might've offended Due to it having been planned as the final episode at the timehas this in spades.

They censor things that normally aren't censored, such as the names of copyrighted material they got away with mentioning in previous episodes and Kondo's butt. They also add a Censor Box saying "We're sorry" on top of Kondo's already pixeled groin Though while having him pose in a fashion that emphasizes it and zooming in with each take Then Gintoki points that they can make vomiting less offensive by covering up the sound of it with something else, which leads to pleasant music playing while he, Kagura, and Shinpachi puke their guts out for about 10 seconds straight One of the previews in Higurashi No Naku Koro Ni Kai cover what the hell Hanyuu's horns are.

Well, it's obvious isn't it?

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This is done both in the manga and anime. While much of what Ayame says and the pictures she shares in her Blue Snow persona do have to be censored in order to meet Japanese broadcast standards, the anime's production staff decided to take advantage of this by using cartoonish caricatures of her and strategic bleeps to go for this.

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Partially averted in the English dub; some images are still censored for comedic effect but all the language is uncensored. Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid: Fafnir's "Curse Anthology", his attempt at making a manga, is completely pixelated to the viewers.

Tohru points out that he put actual instructions of real curses, including how to kill people. She also mentioned that selling it at yen is quite a bargain. Tohru's Christmas present for Kobayashi was some weird and still living thing from her world she'd have to grind up and apply to her back to get rid of her back pain.

Some of the leftover ingredients from Tohru's omurice are still wriggling by the time Kobayashi gets back home. The Prince of Tennis: When Inui loses his glasses, his face is a pixelated mess, either to hide how he looks without said glasses or as visual shorthand for how Inui is Blind Without Them or both.

The whole joke is that the "audience" apparently finds the list hilariousbut anyone listening to the album can't make anything out because almost every other word is bleeped.A Tecate "cerveza" radio commercial aired in California in has the word "beer" beeped out.

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