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Adults obsess with Disney not coping well
|by Anonymous||reply 62||10/21/2020|
That should be "obsessed"
|by Anonymous||reply 1||10/14/2020|
I went to Disney World once, when I was eighteen. That was enough.
|by Anonymous||reply 2||10/14/2020|
They are the most annoying adults ever! They refuse to grow. Childish adults are the worst! Grease fire to all of them!
|by Anonymous||reply 3||10/14/2020|
Adults obsessed with Disney make me sad. I can't even laugh at them (too much). I just pity them.
|by Anonymous||reply 4||10/14/2020|
I found it interesting how they all act and dress really childish, but they all look 5+ years old than their ages.
|by Anonymous||reply 5||10/14/2020|
[Quote] They refuse to grow.....
|by Anonymous||reply 6||10/14/2020|
Childish, same for adult cosplayers.
|by Anonymous||reply 7||10/14/2020|
Adults obsessed with Disney are emotionally damaged/stunted.
|by Anonymous||reply 8||10/14/2020|
I used to have a boss when I worked at a V.A Hospital who was a 58 yrs old single white female. She never took sick days and twice a year she would take a 3 day vacation and she would go to Disney World. Her entire life was work and Disney
When she retired, she actually had something like 312 vacation/sick days available (our time carried over year to year and it had been her only job ever). They had to pay her almost an entire year's salary when she quit. She hated anyone who called out sick
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|by Anonymous||reply 10||10/14/2020|
Watch them cry tears of unfathomable sadness! Boo f’ing hoo! Now grow up.
|by Anonymous||reply 11||10/14/2020|
I need to go visit and overpriced overrated them park during a pandemic. It’s my “right”! 🤡
|by Anonymous||reply 12||10/14/2020|
My heart breaks for all of the gay twinks who get paid to play Disney princes and have been furloughed.
|by Anonymous||reply 13||10/14/2020|
They could always come to DataLounge, The Bitchiest Place on Earth!
|by Anonymous||reply 14||10/14/2020|
That daddy featured in the article is hot! Apparently he's a bodybuilder of some sort.
|by Anonymous||reply 15||10/14/2020|
Fuck me, daddy!
|by Anonymous||reply 16||10/14/2020|
R15: That girl looks more Latina than Chinese, and she's dressed as Mulan. Is it still cultural appropriation?
|by Anonymous||reply 17||10/14/2020|
R17 I can't blame the girl, since there are no Latina Disney princesses yet (yeah, I know there's one on Disney Channel, but those TV princesses don't count).
|by Anonymous||reply 18||10/14/2020|
I knew three female co-workers who were obsessed with anything Disney and they turned out to be bitchy, condescending Karens. "Disney love" is a calculating act to disguise the cuntitude.
|by Anonymous||reply 19||10/14/2020|
I don't understand why lighthearted wholesome fun is a bad thing. I lived for the trips to Disneyland when I was a kiď and still like going.
|by Anonymous||reply 20||10/14/2020|
Who are worse: Disney-obsessed adults or food-obsessed fat hoes?
|by Anonymous||reply 21||10/14/2020|
These are the kind of losers who are also into puppy play in bed; bad taste always breeds more bad taste
|by Anonymous||reply 22||10/14/2020|
[quote] Who are worse: Disney-obsessed adults or food-obsessed fat hoes?
What's the venn diagram overlap? More than 50%, I bet.
|by Anonymous||reply 23||10/14/2020|
R19 That has been my experience as well.
|by Anonymous||reply 24||10/15/2020|
I've had two friends and a bf who were/are Disney people. I couldn't really have a conversation with them because they were basically children. All of them lived in this child like bubble that protected them from the real world. My bf was also into Scobby Doo and the Muppets and only ate kid foods especially desserts. He was obsessed with them. He would give toys as gifts to everyone. I really did love him but I couldn't take it any longer and broke up with him. It was madding!
|by Anonymous||reply 25||10/15/2020|
The only person I know who frequents Disney parks and buys merch is the person who was formerly my best friend in elementary. She grew up to be one of those T loons, a wannabe animator (she draws eye-bleedingly terrible ‘Furry/anthro’ art), and a general mental case constantly in therapy for everything under the sun but her actual problems (which are clearly denial of homosexuality and ASD, from one who knows). And yes, xe is fat as well, though to be fair xe does have a legit chromosomal disorder that causes obesity.
Still remember how she would brag on the playground about her tri-annual trips to Disney, in front of all of us poorer kids who couldn’t really care less and though it lame.
|by Anonymous||reply 26||10/15/2020|
[quote] I knew three female co-workers who were obsessed with anything Disney and they turned out to be bitchy, condescending Karens. "Disney love" is a calculating act to disguise the cuntitude.
Disney movies are basically cinematic Karenism.
|by Anonymous||reply 27||10/15/2020|
It has been 214 days since Disneyland closed, and Stacey Major is struggling.
“I haven’t been to Disneyland in seven months,” said Major, a 32-year-old high school teacher. “This has been my longest stretch since 2012.”
She’s not alone. When the coronavirus pandemic forced the park to close in March, it left thousands of its fervent fans — annual passholders who spend $400 to $1,500 a year to visit the park on a weekly basis — without a beloved escape from reality.
“Being a single mom and a teacher means I have a lot of adult responsibilities,” said Major, who visits Disneyland at least once a month and even toured the park in a wheelchair when she was eight months pregnant. “I am a very Type A personality and can’t relax. For me, Disneyland is a stress release. It’s very freeing for me to be there for a day. I can watch parades and be with my friends and not feel any pressure.”
For Disneyland enthusiasts, the thrill is gone. The park is closed. The magic is missing. How to keep going when the “Happiest Place on Earth” is closed?
“I’ve been watching videos of Disneyland parades on YouTube and crying,” Major said.
You can even get married at Disneyland. (Scattering cremated ashes, a misdemeanor, is not allowed in the park, although it is rumored to be a popular covert activity.)
“Disneyland is a community,” said Cameron Keaggy, a 30-year-old Apple salesman who visited the Anaheim theme park 123 times last year. “The people are what makes it magical. Everyone loves Disneyland for different reasons — nostalgia and magic. At Disneyland, you are transported into a story. You become a part of the story.”
Before the park closed, Keaggy visited Disneyland three or four times a month. During quarantine, Keaggy has kept himself busy by making “Star Wars” videos (he is certified to represent the Storm Troopers as a member of the volunteer 501st Legion), hosting Disneyland trivia nights on Zoom, and transforming his backyard into a Jungle Cruise-meets-Adventureland hangout (think fire pit and bamboo fencing).
“Since we have to be home, why not bring some of the Disney magic here?” Keaggy asked.
Creating Disney magic extends to Disneybounding, a subtle costume trend of dressing like a Disney character using clothes from the closet. (Disneyland does not allow guests 14 and older to wear costumes.)
|by Anonymous||reply 28||10/15/2020|
For Gabourel, Disneyland is where she socializes with friends and decompresses after a stressful day at work.
“Normally, I would go at least once a week or twice a week,” she said. “On my way home from work, I’d often stop at the park and meet a friend. I miss the days of riding one ride, getting some popcorn and a churro, and leaving after the fireworks. Just being there makes me feel safe and happy. I attribute that to the cast members.”
Disappointment about canceled trips goes beyond feeling sad. For many, travel — and anticipating travel — is self-care.
Vacation anticipation is a real thing. It helps your brain. And now it’s gone. Fall fashions are a go.
Gabourel said Disney employees, among the most cherished talent pool in the service industry, contribute to the park’s enchantment. “They are the magic makers,” she said as she fondly recalled the time a cast member performing as Jack Skellington gave her an Honorary Citizen of Disney badge.
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“It’s something they hand out when people are representing Disney in a positive way,” she explained. “It is so heartwarming to be seen as part of the Disney community. The relationships that you make with other people are amazing. It’s a beautiful community.”
Because cast members are “on the front lines,” Gabourel said she understands why the park is closed. “I would prefer that people are safe,” she said. “I was worried about them.”
“I put together a Disney playlist and found all of the parades and fireworks shows that I could think of on YouTube,” he said. “I used the Disney food blog and made eggs benedict and ham and hash browns just like at the Carnation Cafe. For a snack, I made banyan beef skewers and churro bites and Monte Cristo sandwiches from the Blue Bayou. We found Mickey ice cream bars at Target. We would wear our Mickey Mouse ears, and our daughter would wear her costumes.” Despite pressure from company officials as well as politicians and the tourism industry, no one knows when visitors will be able to return to Disneyland.
Even so, fans know that the magic of Disneyland can continue as long as, to quote Walt Disney, “there is imagination left in the world.”
“It’s an adjustment, but we all have to make adjustments right now,” Simpson said. “I can’t wait to get on the Indiana Jones Adventure ride again, but until things return to normal, I’ll just have to keep the magic of Disneyland alive at home.”
|by Anonymous||reply 29||10/15/2020|
[quote](Disneyland does not allow guests 14 and older to wear costumes.)
So if I went there dressed up as the computer who wore tennis shoes, they would throw me out?
|by Anonymous||reply 30||10/15/2020|
I enjoy going to Disneyland, mostly because it brings back fond memories of vacations from my childhood. My siblings and I still take our parents on big family trips to the park from time to time. That said, I am not going into withdrawals because I haven’t been able to go in almost two years. I definitely think it’s strange how some of these Disney adults cry and seem seriously upset about not being able to go and use their fucking annual pass everyday. They need menta help.
|by Anonymous||reply 31||10/15/2020|
[quote]Even so, fans know that the magic of Disneyland can continue as long as, to quote Walt Disney, “there is imagination left in the world.”
There is not much magic left at Disney where they laid 28,000 cast members off yet restored COVID-related pay cuts for executives.
|by Anonymous||reply 32||10/15/2020|
"Creating Disney magic extends to Disneybounding, a subtle costume trend of dressing like a Disney character using clothes from the closet. (Disneyland does not allow guests 14 and older to wear costumes.) "
|by Anonymous||reply 33||10/16/2020|
I can’t say I have withdrawals but I have missed going to the parks. It’s an escape into fantasy for a few hours and brings back memories of my childhood visits.
I feel sorry for all of the laid off employees, it’s especially difficult during the holidays.
|by Anonymous||reply 34||10/16/2020|
For the people who go every week after work, wouldn’t the parking add up? This girl says she goes just to go on one ride, grab a churro and then leave. Wouldn’t she still have to pay $60 for parking? So it makes daily short trips not worth it.
|by Anonymous||reply 35||10/16/2020|
I was talking to a guy on a dating website and he seemed ok, but it was taking him a really long time to actually go on a date. One weekend I went out of town and he seemed really disappointed. He said his big plan for our first date was to invite me to Disney (we lived in Florida) for the whole weekend with his 2 kids. I thought he was joking and I laughed and said that would be my worst nightmare. He wasn't joking and got his feelings really hurt. What kind of a weirdo would want to do that on a FIRST DATE?
|by Anonymous||reply 36||10/16/2020|
[quote]What kind of a weirdo would want to do that on a FIRST DATE?
|by Anonymous||reply 37||10/16/2020|
R36: A date at Disney World is not a deal breaker. The fucked up part is that he wanted his children to join you on a first date. What a nutcase.
|by Anonymous||reply 38||10/16/2020|
What's even sadder is going to foreign countries and spending several days ... at a Disneyland in that foreign country. I know somebody who does this with their family. Went to Tokyo and spent several days at Tokyo Disneyland.
For these die-hard Disney fans, it's not enough to spend one day at Disneyland in Anaheim.
|by Anonymous||reply 39||10/16/2020|
Tokyo Disney is worth going. So is Paris Disney. It’s fun to compare all the Disnies and see what makes them different. My dream is to go to Shanghai Disney.
|by Anonymous||reply 40||10/16/2020|
After about 4 hours at Disney, I'm done. I've had sufficient.
|by Anonymous||reply 41||10/20/2020|
I LOVE Disney parks, but these people are so strange to me.
|by Anonymous||reply 42||10/20/2020|
That's the main problem for me, the people R42.
|by Anonymous||reply 43||10/20/2020|
I can't imagine loving them so much that that's literally the only place you want to vacation.
I mean, you could have a great trip to Europe or Asia for what you'd spend for a family of four at Disney World.
|by Anonymous||reply 44||10/20/2020|
Disney is great nostalgia for me. As a child Disney was a great escape from unhappy parents.
But what I have trouble with is the adults without children who insist on meet and greets with other adults dressed as cartoon characters. I truly find this disturbed. Okay a tourist picture with Mickey Mouse. Maybe. But to wait on a long line to meet Donald Duck or the 7 Dwarfs seems totally looneytoons.
|by Anonymous||reply 45||10/20/2020|
If these weirdos are so obsessed, why hasn't even one of them hopped a plane to Florida to visit Disney World, which has been open for months?
|by Anonymous||reply 46||10/20/2020|
Because they're charging through the nose for the privilege and the Disneyland season passes don't work in Orlando.
|by Anonymous||reply 47||10/20/2020|
I live in LA and I know a few people who in the Great Before went to Disney at LEAST every month. It's fun and enjoyable once or twice a year, but doesn't the magic wear off if you go constantly?
|by Anonymous||reply 48||10/20/2020|
I do not mind people who are into disneyland. For me it is for children, but whatever.
I do think you might have a serious mental illness if you are mad that disneyland is shut down to save lives because we are in a serious fucking PANDEMIC. Can't they just pop in a disney movie and order merch online. Disney stuff is everywhere.
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|by Anonymous||reply 51||10/20/2020|
I never thought about it before, but now upon reflection, R10's comment about "Incest Survivor's" is right on the money- at least from the people I've met through my 12 step groups. Talk about trying to regain your innocence! Also this mantra, we oft- repeat in AA about addictions and why people seek them out in the first place, " Individuals, who just can't deal with life on life terms- and turn to addiction to deal with past traumas."
Often true I've found, no matter how cliche.
|by Anonymous||reply 52||10/20/2020|
FFS no wonder America is going down the shitter. The idea of entertaining and enabling these twats.
|by Anonymous||reply 53||10/20/2020|
They've announced Disneyland is going to be closed indefinitely.
Expect some suicides.
|by Anonymous||reply 54||10/20/2020|
R54 the sad part is...you're probably right
|by Anonymous||reply 55||10/20/2020|
I know a family with a looooooot of money. Likely billions. They are Disney fanatics amd they have a house in Orlando just for the DisneyWorld trips. The house is Disney-themed, with shit like an “Under the Sea” dining room with murals and starfish-adorned cutlery and valances shaped by ocean waves and shit. They have parties with Disney music piped in every room and costumes for guests to wear.. I can’t even tell you the crazy shit. It’s what these obsessed people would do if they had unlimited funds. It’s kind of creative, but also slightly disturbing.
|by Anonymous||reply 56||10/21/2020|
^^ and yes, I’m envious that they have all that money. I wish I could indulge my passion to that degree.
|by Anonymous||reply 57||10/21/2020|
I have a friend who is a member of Club 33, which not being a Disney fan, knew nothing about. It costs 100K to get into and 20K annually with a 14 year wait list. It was fine. It absolutely wasn't worth anything near this amount, but his love of Disney is strong and they had the money. They go a couple times a week and will just go to the park to dine while watching the parade. I don;t get it, but to each their own.
|by Anonymous||reply 58||10/21/2020|
R19 I just think it's general immaturity. They never left middle school mentally.
|by Anonymous||reply 59||10/21/2020|
See also adult women who love Twilight, use adult coloring books, and believe in witchcraft. Men of course can be immature but it's hardly as often or nearly as grating as a grown ass woman acting like a Disney Princess complex.
|by Anonymous||reply 60||10/21/2020|
R52 I once had a coworkers who was obsessed with kiddie stuff to the point where his lunch looked like something a child would eat. He was busted for kiddie porn.
|by Anonymous||reply 61||10/21/2020|
[quote]For the people who go every week after work, wouldn’t the parking add up? This girl says she goes just to go on one ride, grab a churro and then leave. Wouldn’t she still have to pay $60 for parking? So it makes daily short trips not worth it.
Some annual passes include parking.
|by Anonymous||reply 62||10/21/2020|