Despite what the people at The Dove Foundation may tell you, there’s no definitive proof that letting kids watch R-rated movies ruins them for life. Still, there are more than a few in Los Angeles-based artist Newt Clement’s line of hypothetical Happy Meals that should be kept as far away from children as possible, if only to protect parents from having to sit through awkward meetings with overzealous lunchroom monitors (“we saw Timmy playing with the dead girl wrapped in plastic, and we got very concerned…”). Some of Clements’ creations are entirely plausible (you mean they haven’t made an official Grumpy Cat happy meal yet?), while others are best left to the imagination. It’s kind of a tossup between A Serbian Film and Hostel for the title of Most Inappropriate For Children, but Pink Flamingos is also a strong contender.