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    22 Jokes About "Ratatouille" Because It's The Most Bonkers Pixar Movie


    If you grew up in the 1990s or 2000s, you might remember a little Pixar movie called Ratatouille.

    It's honestly pretty wild, so, to nobody's surprise, people like to talk about it online. Below are some of the best jokes.

    1. One thing you should know about Ratatouille fans is that they do NOT take kindly to anyone thinking Remy's name is actually Ratatouille:

    ratatouille 👏🏾 is 👏🏾 not 👏🏾 the 👏🏾 name 👏🏾 of 👏🏾 the 👏🏾 rat 👏🏾 it's 👏🏾 remy 👏🏾 you 👏🏾 fake 👏🏾 ass 👏🏾 fans 👏🏾

    2. I'm serious. This has divided a generation:

    “Ratatouille is not the name of the rat” is the “Frankenstein is not the monster” of our generation

    3. This person made a very valid point:

    You (hasn't seen Ratatouille): gross get this rat outta here Me (smart, has seen Ratatouille): now wait just a minute

    4. And this person provided a very accurate description of how Ratatouille was probably pitched:

    I can only imagine the silence that followed after a Pixar employee pitched 'Ratatouille' with emphasis on the 'rat'

    I'm sure they got a standing ovation.

    5. This tweet perfectly captured the reality of eating food made by a literal rat:

    the guests in the restaurant of Ratatouille after finding out the meal was made by a rat

    6. Turns out there's a *bit* of a plot hole in the film:

    7. Maybe more than one, actually:

    the absolute balls it takes to open a restaurant called “la ratatouille” with a rat on the sign just months after your previous restaurant was shut down for rodent-related health code violations

    8. If you don't sing this in your head, you're missing out:

    9. This tweet just proves how far we have strayed from God's light:

    what if linguini from ratatouille was having sex and the girl pulled his hair and he started cooking spaghetti

    10. I mean...he's not wrong.

    RATATOUILLE IS-- nno-- stop it [being wrestled to the ground of the walmart dvd section] RATATOUILLE IS JUST AIR BUD FOR MILENIALS

    11. This post addressed an important debate:

    12. This one post even went so far as to say Remy could beat Thanos. THANOS:

    13. I mean...this sounds pretty intimate:

    1st base: sex 2nd base: talking about ratatouille 3rd base: watching ratatouille homerun: going to Paris together and befriending a rat to recreate ratatouille

    14. I think most millennials can relate to this:

    15. I can't believe Ratatouille single-handedly saved the legacy of all rats everywhere:

    The Black Plague was a PR disaster for rats as a species. They never truly recovered until 2007 (release of Ratatouille)

    16. You thought we were done with Stuart Little, but he once again made his way into the national Ratatouille conversation!

    people in my mentions talking about "stuart little." stuart little is a mouse, you babbling idiots.

    17. You know what? I've never thought about this before!

    18. I guess I'd have $1 left over, because the rat's name was NOT Ratatouille, but this is still a good joke:

    ladies you have $5 to build the perfect man $300 - tall $200 - smart $400 - has a good job $1 - is a rat $3 - is a chef $1 - His name is Ratatouille $500 - attractive

    Although I'd like to point out that Remy did have a good job. He was also kind of smart?

    19. This person made a truly horrifying abomination:

    20. This post was a little frightening, but I liked the wordplay:

    mess with ratatouille you get stabatouille

    21. This seems like a logical reaction:

    Almost broke up with my therapist on the spot when she said she had never seen Ratatouille. How could she possibly help me she knows nothing

    22. Yikes. I guess Linguini really did need Remy's help after all:

    In Ratatouille (2007), Remi gags at the smell of Linguini’s soup. Rats are physically unable to gag or vomit, which means that the soup was so atrocious, it broke the laws of nature.

    I'd like to take this opportunity to point out one last time that THE HUMAN'S NAME WAS LINGUINI. ALFREDO LINGUINI. AND HE WAS A BAD COOK.

    That's all. Time to go rewatch Ratatouille for the millionth time.