Creep me the fuck out.
Adults who are really into Disney...
|by Anonymous||reply 141||03/09/2016|
Have you ever met a gay man who was really into Barbie dolls?
|by Anonymous||reply 1||12/07/2010|
Agreed. I know a guy who married a girl "right out of high school, so nice and fresh" and they go to DLand every year. Creepy. Does DLand have a rule about adults being accompanied by children? If not, I imagine it is rampant with pedophiles.
|by Anonymous||reply 2||12/07/2010|
They either didn't really get to have much of a childhood or their childhood was unfortunately the highlight of their lives ("My life peaked at age 8! It was all downhill from there... ")
I admit that I get nostalgic from time to time and I'll look up clips from "The Little Mermaid" or "Sleeping Beauty" on Youtube but I don't plan frequent trips to Disney World or have entire rooms of my house dedicated to "Beauty and the Beast" paraphernalia.
|by Anonymous||reply 3||12/07/2010|
A guy I dated was friends with this lesbian couple (he grew up with one of them). The first time I met them, they wouldnt shut the fuck up about their perfect Christmas holiday the year before ... at Disney World.
Or as one of them called it "CHreeeestmas with Meeeeeeckey" (she was Cuban).
I thought it was weird that they would spend Christmas day at Disney World. But of course I didnt say anything as they showed me the pics they had. Most were of the two of them in baggy Disney-themed sweatshirts, pneumatic smiles plastered on their faces, posing with the different characters.
|by Anonymous||reply 4||12/07/2010|
I agree OP...it is
|by Anonymous||reply 5||12/07/2010|
Amen. I love our neighbors, but they have a huge display case filled with crystal Disney figurines as you walk in their house. Eww.
|by Anonymous||reply 6||12/07/2010|
You queens have an opinion on everything. So tedious. Who gives a sh&t if some adults still love Disneyland. It's a momentary escape from the problems and stress in their lives.
Some people drink or do drugs. What's the harm in spending 1 day a year at Disneyland?
|by Anonymous||reply 7||12/07/2010|
I met a gay male couple who were obsessed only with the Disney princesses. They would take turns and one might be Jasmine all day, the other Ariel or Belle or Snow White. And they collected all the dolls and themed merchandise. %0D %0D I wonder if they extended this role-playing to the bedroom. Ewww.
|by Anonymous||reply 8||12/07/2010|
But Disneyland is the Happiest Place On Earth!
|by Anonymous||reply 9||12/07/2010|
I have a cousin who spent her honeymoon there. OMG...talk about white trash.%0D %0D Also, my partner's sister and husband have vacationed there every year for the past 20 years. They have been absolutely no where else. I think that Auschwitz would be more fun. Seriously.%0D %0D Unless you have a 3 year old (and even then it's debatable), Disney definitely targets the unimaginative, over-weight, middle class of this nation.
|by Anonymous||reply 10||12/07/2010|
Nobody is concerned with 1 day a year at Disneyland.
Childless adults with Annual Passes, and rooms devoted to Disney collectibles are the horror story here.
|by Anonymous||reply 11||12/07/2010|
I used to be friends with a girl from a "Disney Family." They collected the crap, visited the parks multiple times per year, etc. The mother carried a Mickey Mouse stuffed toy around the house and occasioanlly talked to it in a baby voice: "Does Mickey wanna go to store with Mommy?" It's supposed to be cute and quirky but it's annoying and creepy.%0D %0D For all the "joy" Disney supposedly brought them, they seemed to me like a bunch of zombified depressives. Nice people, though. %0D
|by Anonymous||reply 12||12/07/2010|
[quote]Nobody is concerned with 1 day a year at Disneyland. Childless adults with Annual Passes, and rooms devoted to Disney collectibles are the horror story here. How many people do you know devote an entire room to Disney collectibles? Are you one? Annual passes saves money. People with annual passes don't go everyday. They're working people who can actually afford the passes and the trips. As for Disney collectibles, people collect everything. From baseball cards to cars. It's one facet of their lives and you're making them out to be some psycho. It's a lot better than certain members of a community who cruises for sex with strangers. Those are the real horrors.
|by Anonymous||reply 13||12/07/2010|
I think it is a comfort zone for a lot of adults.
It's also a great amusement park.
If there were no Disney products to collect then a lot of these people would be collecting something else - beanie babies, movie memorabilia etc.
|by Anonymous||reply 14||12/07/2010|
I have about 5 Disney collectibles and have been to Disneyland as an adult 2 times I think. For me, it definitely is an escape. My job is soul-sucking and dark and I need to balance it with something light-hearted and bright.
|by Anonymous||reply 15||12/07/2010|
"and rooms devoted to Disney collectibles are the horror story here."%0D %0D Which reminds me of an episode of "House Hunters" on HGTV a couple of years ago. A woman was searching for a place to buy in order to attended Tulane Law School. %0D %0D She ended up buying a two story town house and every, fucking square inch of that place was covered with Mickey Mouse memorabilia, top to bottom. It was truly the bizzaro world. %0D
|by Anonymous||reply 16||12/07/2010|
No, it's weird for any adult to want to spend any amount of time there. There are better thrill rides in other parks. There are better things to do and collect then Disney garbage.
I think the people know the Disney thing is odd, too. Notice the freak at R13, Yeah dude, I don't like Disney so therefore my next stop is raw only glory hole in a prison wall. That's totally logical!
|by Anonymous||reply 17||12/07/2010|
How is Disney different than being a big fan of your NFL team with season tickets (or your local high school or college team)? Or read the GLEE threads on here and tell me that's any better than Disney.
Seriously, why is Disney creepier than any other obsession?
|by Anonymous||reply 18||12/07/2010|
[quote]I met a gay male couple who were obsessed only with the Disney princesses. They would take turns and one might be Jasmine all day, the other Ariel or Belle or Snow White.
Did they don drag to do this?
|by Anonymous||reply 19||12/07/2010|
R18, I think NFL obsession is weird too but it makes sense b/c it's a substitute for war. I'd rather a bunch of rednecks get excited over the Steelers game than get excited about bombing Iran.
I think Glee is lame too but there's just something extra creepy about Disney freaks. I've worked with a few and they're were all crazy in a way that wasn't fun or interesting.
|by Anonymous||reply 20||12/07/2010|
"Seriously, why is Disney creepier than any other obsession?"%0D %0D I cannot explain but it is, oh it definitely is creepier. I agree 100% with the OP.
|by Anonymous||reply 21||12/07/2010|
Shouldn't this be on the thread about cartoon profile pics on Facebook?
|by Anonymous||reply 22||12/07/2010|
I went to grad school in Orange Co. and knew some Disney freaks. I worked with a woman who bought many of her clothes from a Mickey Mouse catalog. Mickey cocktail dresses, Mickey bolo ties, Mickey leather jackets... it was incredibly creepy. %0D %0D There was a thread a year ago about this subject and some posters had either worked at Disney or knew someone who did. They told some great stories about the people who belong to the special club (I think you have to spend over $10000 on merchandise or some BS). And the people who go around the park looking for the hidden mice.
|by Anonymous||reply 23||12/07/2010|
I think the problem here is the incredible lack of discernment on this site. There is a huge difference between the person who goes to Disneyland or Disney World once a year, the person who collects Disney memorabilia from the '30s and '40s, the person with a 1/4" scale replica of Disneyland in his back yard (Bobbie Sherman), and the person who hoards everything and anything with a Disney licensed character and has their entire non-work life revolve around all things Disney. It is the difference between a person who has a glass of wine at dinner and a raging alcoholic. The problem is the politically correct yutzes that feel that one is just as valid as the other. As I have posted before, I don't care if collect Hummels if you can talk intelligently about "full bee", "Crown" and TMK4 marks, but people who just acquire stuff to have stuff, have a problem.
|by Anonymous||reply 24||12/07/2010|
It's really big in the bear community; tons of guys (no pun intended) are crazy with the Disney stuff.
Also, lots of bears tend to be crazy into the Winnie the Poo thing and Looney Tunes characters.
I'm sort of a bear myself and like other beefy to muscular guys so I'm not sure why this is such a prominent trend among my own crowd, but it is.
|by Anonymous||reply 25||12/07/2010|
My 50-year-old sister and her husband - a childless couple by choice - go once a year. She loves it and he indulges her in all aspects of their life. She's not childlike, but her favorite time in life was high school - Grease her favorite movie. She use to have a guest bathroom with a Disney decor. Not creepy, just unusual - and she seems "stuck."
|by Anonymous||reply 26||12/07/2010|
My sister knows someone like this, who not only takes his family multiple times a year but can recite obscure Disney factoids as if they're gospel. He also has taken to pretending to be handicapped so that he can skip the traditional long wait for Disney attractions.%0D %0D Do I need to tell you that I've always thought he pinged to high heaven? Clearly living through his small daughter (who is routinely treated to a 'do in the Bippity Boppity Boutique, which my young nephew finds hilarious and never fails to tell everyone about). GROSS.
|by Anonymous||reply 27||12/07/2010|
My old boss an his wife are obsessed with Disney - the park, the cruises, the memorabilia etc. They hosted a Christmas party at their house and it was like Mickey hurled. Everything, Everything was Disney based - the decor, the cookware/serving ware, the furniture, everything . . .simply horrifying.
|by Anonymous||reply 28||12/07/2010|
[quote]He also has taken to pretending to be handicapped so that he can skip the traditional long wait for Disney attractions.
Doesn't he know that there is a special pass for that, or is he too cheap to spring for it.
|by Anonymous||reply 29||12/07/2010|
[quote]It's a lot better than certain members of a community who cruises for sex with strangers. Those are the real horrors.%0D %0D You are incorrect about that.
|by Anonymous||reply 30||12/07/2010|
[quote]He also has taken to pretending to be handicapped so that he can skip the traditional long wait for Disney attractions.%0D %0D [quote]Doesn't he know that there is a special pass for that, or is he too cheap to spring for it.%0D %0D Maybe that's what he did--I wasn't there, so didn't see, and maybe didn't hear all of the details correctly. There was a fake handicap involved, which those who witnessed it seemed to think was bad enough (rightly so, no?).
|by Anonymous||reply 31||12/07/2010|
My ex-SIL decorated her bedroom in Disney. Disney rugs, bedspread, sheets, lamps, pictures. EVERYTHING.%0D %0D I often wondered if her husband was able to achieve erection in that environment. %0D %0D They had been married 30 years at that point, had a couple of kids.%0D %0D On second thought, maybe she decorated that way because she knew it was boner killer.
|by Anonymous||reply 32||12/07/2010|
I always thought that Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, and all of those old school Disney characters were darling. %0D %0D So, I have a few bits of old school Disney scattered about as well as a few vintage Mickey Mouse watches. %0D %0D A wee bit of something retro from your childhood is now big deal, imho.
|by Anonymous||reply 33||12/07/2010|
"It's a lot better than certain members of a community who cruises for sex with strangers. Those are the real horrors."%0D %0D Good lord on a raft...will ya get a load of this cunt?^%0D %0D
|by Anonymous||reply 34||12/07/2010|
Not Disney, but similar: one of my colleagues, a very no-nonsense woman, is strangely and proudly obsessed with Elmo and even got the character tattooed on her back. I can't pretend to get it, but then again, she would not get why I am into certain things.
|by Anonymous||reply 35||12/07/2010|
What about those crazy fraus who collect those dolls that look like real babies and they dress them and everything. Weirdorama! Something totally disturbed about them.
|by Anonymous||reply 36||12/07/2010|
It's creepy because it's a symptom of severely arrested development.
Many cases of arrested development are caused by a trauma the person suffered at the age where they seem to be "stuck."
People who are severely traumatized but who haven't dealt with it in any way tend to be creepy people. You know it's true.
|by Anonymous||reply 37||12/07/2010|
I go to a Disney park once every 10-15 years. It's fun and a laugh to "be a kid" every once in a while.%0D %0D Does this mean I'm creepy?
|by Anonymous||reply 38||12/07/2010|
R38, no. I like amusement parks once in awhile. Can't stand the crowds though since I am something of a misanthrope. To me, the adults who obsessively collect Disney crap are weird though.
|by Anonymous||reply 39||12/07/2010|
Looney Tunes people are awful too but Disney weirdos are especially odd.
|by Anonymous||reply 40||12/07/2010|
Trips to Disney parks are OK. Wearing Mickey Mouse socks when you're 50 is a tad odd.
|by Anonymous||reply 41||12/07/2010|
Teen idol Bobby Sherman, who we now know was fucked by actor Sal Mineo(*) built a Disney Main Street that he kept in his backyard. Built to scale.%0D %0D (*) SAL MINEO, a biography by Michael Gregg Michaud
|by Anonymous||reply 42||12/07/2010|
Not according to R17
|by Anonymous||reply 43||12/07/2010|
I know a gay couple in NJ who collect teddy bears. I'm sure there are some Disney characters in the mix. They are all kept in their guest bedroom, and yes, it's utterly creepy beyond belief to sleep in that room.%0D Oh, they also take several of these teddies on vacations or cruises whenever they travel.
|by Anonymous||reply 44||12/07/2010|
|by Anonymous||reply 45||12/07/2010|
We watched a few of the older Disney movies when we were very young ("Sword In The Stone" was the one I liked best) but that was as far as it went. Just wasn't very interested in it, to be honest. Our household was more about Tom & Jerry and Warner Brothers stuff. And even then, only as far as TV. Proud to say I haven't seen any of the 90s stuff except the desperately overrated "Toy Story"- it just looked like a lot of dressed up fascism to me lol. A few on their non-animated films are alright, like "Tron".
|by Anonymous||reply 46||12/07/2010|
I worked with a woman who went to Disneyland every chance she got & always wore Micky Mouse sweatshirts, caps, socks, backpacks, etc. 35-ish Chinese-American childless spinster, living with her widowed mom & never dating. Overweight & homely, not interested in traditional female subjects like cooking & fashion, but claimed to have a crush on various macho actors & singers. Very smart (though no advanced education), excellent worker, pleasant, friendly.
I liked her & didn't think the Disney love was any odder than everything else about her. But I really don't understand what adults without kids see in all that.
|by Anonymous||reply 47||12/07/2010|
pedophiles, and/or molestation victims.
|by Anonymous||reply 48||12/07/2010|
A former co-worker (a single, gay male who was about 35) had an annual pass to Disneyland and would go there every time he had a day off from work.%0D %0D He explained, "Disneyland is the only place in my life where I really feel happy. The rest of the time I'm just surviving."%0D %0D Once I heard that, I made a more concerted effort to include him in after-work plans to to invite him over anytime we were having a party. %0D %0D A sweet guy, but profoundly lonely and bit too vulnerable for this world.%0D %0D
|by Anonymous||reply 49||12/07/2010|
I've posted about this before, but I have an annual Disneyland pass, and I go several times per year.
I have to go to Anaheim/Irvine and Orange County in general for work, so I stay on Harbor Blvd. Across from the park. It's very convenient to the 5 or the 405. In the evening I much prefer to wander over to either the Park or Downtown Disney and eat, walk around, catch the fireworks, maybe watch a show (I almost never ride any rides), and kill time rather than sit in my room or in a bar. If that makes me a freak, so be it.
It is a great place to people watch, and I do admire the job they do keeping it fresh and entertaining. I read somewhere that 7 of the top 10 amusement parks in the world are Disney Properties, and that doesn't happen by accident. They know what they're doing.
I really never notice the freaks everyone is talking about in this thread. I'm sure they're there (someone has to be buying all that shit on Main Street), but they aren't very visible. Maybe they come in the daytime? Other than the fact that a staggering number of visitors are just plain HUGE, it's a pretty normal bunch. Amazing well behaved too. I've never seen anything that required Security or the Police.
|by Anonymous||reply 50||12/07/2010|
OK, I have been thinking about this way too much, but Disney really does deserve a special ring in hell for this. Yes, character licensing existed before Mickey Mouse. The first really big licensed characters to the extent we think of them were Rose O'Neill's Kewpies (circa 1910). However, it wasn't until Disney and that damn rodent that character licensing took off to the extent that we are familiar with today.
|by Anonymous||reply 51||12/07/2010|
Every single gay man I've ever known has been obsessed with Tigger. Every one of them. I've known quite a few with Tigger tattoos. I wonder what it is about that particular character.
|by Anonymous||reply 52||12/07/2010|
I don't know what it is, R52, but I was a huge Tigger fan as a kid, and long before I saw the Disney version. In the book he's a pain in the ass but you feel sorry for him when Rabbit decides he needs to be taught a lesson.
|by Anonymous||reply 53||12/07/2010|
I keep secret the fact that my husband and I have annual passes and go to Disneyland 3-4 times per year. We also went there on our honeymoon (we're a gay couple btw).
Let me tell you that I was extremely suspicious of adults who liked Disney before I started visiting the park. I found Disney corny, greedy and politically conservative (the fetishizing of hetero love in all of their movies is so over-the-top). Disney wasn't even a big part of my childhood, so I had no nostalgia for it. I visited the park only as a favor to my (then) boyfriend.
I can only describe Disneyland's effect on me as magical. I reverted back to my childhood in the best sense of that phrase. The park presents a totally immersive experience, and it draws power from the myths and fairy tales that inform it. The old dark rides--Pinnochio, Mr. Toad, Snow White and especially Peter Pan--are masterpieces of design and are beautiful and sweet. The Matterhorn and Big Thunder Mountain coasters are campy fun. Pirates of the Carribean is amazing--you ride down a flume into a humid subterranean landscape with half-buried skeletons and really warped- looking animatronic figures fighting on enormous, detailed sets.
I get why people are creeped out by adult Disney fans; I don't understand the appeal of collecting Disney stuff, or dressing in the clothing, or getting tattoos or what have you. But being contemptuous of the parks makes no sense either. They are grand achievements filled with superb detail, eye-popping visuals and, if you look for it, sly wit. And there are fireworks every night.
|by Anonymous||reply 54||12/07/2010|
to add, I think a lot of kids identify with Tigger because he's a bit of a handful, everyone complaining about how bouncy and active he is.
|by Anonymous||reply 55||12/07/2010|
Oh, Mary Poppins!
|by Anonymous||reply 56||12/07/2010|
ayb is starting to sound like Kirker.
|by Anonymous||reply 57||12/07/2010|
Sometimes I get the irresistible urge to dress up as Tinkerbell. Fortunately it only happens once every couple years.
|by Anonymous||reply 58||12/07/2010|
I wish Disneyland was still the same as it was back in the 70's when I used to go, with no California Adventure and all that new stuff, but I guess they had to change with the times.
|by Anonymous||reply 59||12/07/2010|
I never really have figured out what is so special about Disney and its parks.%0D %0D I much prefer the old WB/Looney Tunes characters and give me Magic Mountain and Knott's over Disneyland anytime.
|by Anonymous||reply 60||12/07/2010|
I would like to go to a theme park inspired by Geek Love.
|by Anonymous||reply 61||12/07/2010|
Keep seeing ads for those Disney cruises. Anyone know what those like? Do they have alcohol for the adults?
|by Anonymous||reply 62||12/07/2010|
I grew up in the shadow of Disneyland. Evil. Pure evil.
|by Anonymous||reply 63||12/07/2010|
Last semester I had a lab class with a fat chick with a full-on beard. Not just a few stray hairs. This bitch had pubes on her face and didn't even try to hide it. She always wore this Eeyore jacket, even during the warm months. I used to call her Winnie the Beard.
To be fair, my mom has a Piglet obsession, and she cried when her sister got her a Piglet ornament last year. Creeped me the fuck out too.
|by Anonymous||reply 64||12/07/2010|
Fat chicks with beards usually have PCOS.
|by Anonymous||reply 65||12/07/2010|
Love the parks for lots of reasons. There may be more exciting faster rides in other parks, but Disney appeals to me. My favorite roller coasters are Space Mountain (In Disneyland) and California Screamin' because of the music. Each car has it's own speaker and the music is the perfect soundtrack for the ride.
I can't believe more DL queens aren't into the musical aspect of Disney.
I have no stuffed animals, collectibles, memorabilia, etc, but I do have all the CD releases of park music since the 50's. I listen to it and it makes me smile.
Maybe it's because I saw Small World in Queens at the '64 World's Fair when I was 4!
|by Anonymous||reply 66||12/07/2010|
r66 better be a parody post.
|by Anonymous||reply 67||12/07/2010|
My partner and I have annual passes to Disney World. We live in Orlando and it is just 20 minutes away. We are not collectors of the memorabilia but we do wear the occasional Disney t-shirt. It is just a fun place to go as a couple or with friends and if you live in Orlando someone is always coming to visit that wants to go there. We like to go out there after work and have dinner, maybe see a show or some fireworks. There is nothing creepy about it if you live in this town. In fact, much fun can be had by "drinking around the world" at EPCOT.
|by Anonymous||reply 68||12/07/2010|
It's totally creepy. It's like a grown man on a tricycle or an adult woman drinking from a baby bottle.
|by Anonymous||reply 69||12/07/2010|
Geek Love or Greek Love, r61?
|by Anonymous||reply 70||12/07/2010|
Geek Love, the novel about the sideshow people.
|by Anonymous||reply 71||12/07/2010|
Thanks- I had a whole different ride in mind.
|by Anonymous||reply 72||12/07/2010|
I love r49. Seriously--how sweet are you?
|by Anonymous||reply 73||12/08/2010|
My bf and I are taking my sister's kids on a Disney cruise this spring, and we are bringing my bf's Mom too...she's really into the whole Disney thing. She has a "MICKEY" bathroom, and wears Disney sweatshirts. She also collects the "Limited Edition" watches. (Keep in mind she also collects banks, Barbie Dolls, and has various other "collections" of tchochkiez all over her trailor. She's a sweetheart, and seems to enjoy it, so...(meh). (She's never been to Disneyland or world).%0D %0D We don't get into the Disney thing, I just thought it would be a fun time with family and the kids and my Mom-in-Law are looking forward to it. It was either Disney or Royal Carribean, but I figured why not Disney?
|by Anonymous||reply 74||12/08/2010|
The secret club at Disneyland is called "Club 33".
[quote]As of 2010, there is a 14 year wait list for membership and it is closed to new additions. It only allows 487 members. Members pay an initiation fee of $27,500 (if they are a corporation) or $10,450 (for individuals). On top of that, they pay annual fees of about $6,100 or $3,275, respectively.
|by Anonymous||reply 75||12/08/2010|
If you're taking kids on a cruise, nobody does it better than Disney.
You can ditch the kids all day and they won't even miss you.
|by Anonymous||reply 76||12/08/2010|
R57 you take that back!
To be fair, I have heard from adults that Disney World has a lot of cool rides- adults that don't really like Disney characters, that is.
I just don't like the newer films.
|by Anonymous||reply 77||12/08/2010|
[quote]Keep seeing ads for those Disney cruises. Anyone know what those like? Do they have alcohol for the adults?%0D %0D I should think ample alcohol is considered non-negotiable by even the most ardent Disneyphiles.
|by Anonymous||reply 78||12/08/2010|
I think this is a weirdness that tends to intersect with Furries.%0D
|by Anonymous||reply 79||12/08/2010|
any obbsession is bad i guess but at least football is for men. haha
|by Anonymous||reply 80||03/04/2012|
I knew someone who had a Psycho themed bathroom. I was a little afraid to ask if he had a fruit cellar.
|by Anonymous||reply 81||03/04/2012|
I have a friend who is obsessed with The Simpsons. Watching them is one thing. But any claim to coolness they might have for their satirical edge is somewhat tempered by the fact that there is an absolute shit-ton of Simpsons-related merchandise out there for your purchasing pleasure. You have no idea. I marvel at the amount of satisfaction my friend derives from all that molded yellow plastic.
|by Anonymous||reply 82||03/04/2012|
I put this in the same category with people who go overboard for Christmas - 8 Christmas trees decorated with different themes, etc.
Of my close friends:
-1 gay man obsessed with Disney -1 lesbian obsessed with Disney - 2 gay couples obsessed with Christmas - 1 straight guy who collects action figures "to resell"
|by Anonymous||reply 83||03/05/2012|
Oh hell yes OP, I co-sign this.
|by Anonymous||reply 84||03/05/2012|
Add my name to your petition, please, OP.
|by Anonymous||reply 85||03/05/2012|
I am so with you, OP. After reading this thread, I'm a little less judgmental of adults who like the amusement parks, sans the collection mania. It sounds like an equal access gated community, where you don't have to worry about reality or everyday stressors. I'd rather find that on a beach or in the mountains, but I do understand escapism. I find the Disney gestalt unappealing to the point of creepiness, but obviously it has some compelling cultural resonance for a lot of people.
I do remain profoundly grateful that my parents restricted TV time in our household, and surrounded us with books.
|by Anonymous||reply 86||03/05/2012|
Point being that supplanting TV with books meant my childhood exposure to the Pooh and Arthurian characters came via Milne and TH White, not the repellant (to me) Disney versions.
|by Anonymous||reply 87||03/05/2012|
Somebody needs to 'splain to R15 that Disney is a soul-sucking evil corporation, the same as wherever it is you work.
|by Anonymous||reply 88||03/05/2012|
|by Anonymous||reply 89||03/07/2012|
I just assume they're pedophiles and steer clear.
|by Anonymous||reply 90||03/07/2012|
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|by Anonymous||reply 92||10/08/2013|
This thread makes me feel bad. My nephew bought me some 3d nintendo game machine thing with Mario games last Xmas. For about 2 weeks I played the hell out of that machine.
|by Anonymous||reply 93||10/08/2013|
I'm a brony. I don't know if this falls into the same category that OP is criticizing.
|by Anonymous||reply 94||10/08/2013|
I'm really wanting to go see "Escape from Tomorrow" that indie movie that was secretly filmed at Disneyland.
I heard it's really fu ked up what they got away with filming.
|by Anonymous||reply 95||10/08/2013|
I just saw "Tangled" again, and damn it's a good movie!
Fuck the joyless Disney haters, some of their stuff is good!
|by Anonymous||reply 96||10/08/2013|
Get over yourselves, kids. Let adults enjoy whatever they want to. :P
|by Anonymous||reply 97||11/02/2013|
[quote]If not, I imagine it is rampant with pedophiles.
I've always wanted to go to Legoland, but I don't have any kids or nieces/nephews, so I've never gone because I don't want people to think I'm a child molester!
|by Anonymous||reply 98||11/02/2013|
I keep seeing middle-aged women in Eeyore shirts.
|by Anonymous||reply 99||11/02/2013|
[quote] He also has taken to pretending to be handicapped so that he can skip the traditional long wait for Disney attractions
A lot of people do this. It got to be such a problem that Disney has halted the program that lets disabled people skip the line
|by Anonymous||reply 100||11/02/2013|
America's leading Disney nerd remodels his house -- and it actually isn't creepy.
|by Anonymous||reply 101||06/26/2014|
[qupte]If you're taking kids on a cruise, nobody does it better than Disney. You can ditch the kids all day and they won't even miss you.
Which is why it totally SUCKS. I got tricked into going with some family members one time. I know first hand what it's like.
They have a day care to drop off the kids if you want staffed with like 30 women. The only thing is, no one drops their kids off when they can just let them run free on the ship like rats.
Basically, the parents figure the kids cant go far on a ship so they cut them loose and do nothing to control them. Its like Chuck-e-Cheese on Tina.
|by Anonymous||reply 102||06/26/2014|
My sister and her husband of 30 years as well as their two adult kids are all Disney obsessed. They even drive around with like 20 stuffed animals in the back window of their car.
Family gatherings at their house are quite odd. Especially Christmas when I am expected to know the latest character even though no one in the room is under 25 years old.
Worst of all, one of the kids who just got married did the same thing, met a guy in college and proposed at Disneyland. Oh and they all have annual passes.
Why do they not see this is bizarre?
|by Anonymous||reply 103||06/26/2014|
[You do realize that this is a troll, right? It does not believe what it posts. It just craves attention. You might want to stop talking to it.]
|by Anonymous||reply 104||06/26/2014|
They are invading my neighborhood with a Florida type apartment house, all fake theme facade on a concrete box.
|by Anonymous||reply 105||06/27/2014|
I bet the people R103 described are also furries.
|by Anonymous||reply 106||06/27/2014|
Disney couple bits are at the beginning and end. By the way, "thick" means "dumb".
|by Anonymous||reply 107||06/27/2014|
Personally, I love the jacked up looking Mickeys, the crackhead Minnies and ratchet Ariel murals you see from time to time on sleazy daycare centers in East LA.
If you think civilians who are into Disney are weird, you should meet the people who work for their studio (and actually "believe" in Disney, as opposed to faking it for a paycheck).
|by Anonymous||reply 108||06/27/2014|
Creepier than we even thought.
|by Anonymous||reply 109||06/27/2014|
The same with adults that are into Harry Potter.
|by Anonymous||reply 110||06/27/2014|
Walt Disney was the bastard son of a Spaniard--hence the latino-looking face.
Disney is the most successful Hispanic-created business in the world.
Disney is not illuminati, but they are strange and really hard-ass to work for.
|by Anonymous||reply 111||06/27/2014|
Disney was a Mason, R111, and his early cartoons are full of their beliefs.
|by Anonymous||reply 112||06/27/2014|
As a kid I always thought that Walt Disney looked like Caesar Romero crossed with Xavier Cugat.
|by Anonymous||reply 113||06/27/2014|
Walt was the son of Irish immigrants, not Spaniards. But yes I agree he had a Latino looking face. Walt's mother Flora looked like black Irish.
|by Anonymous||reply 114||06/27/2014|
Many of the Spanish Catholics who came to the southwest early on started Freemasonry Halls.
I don't know what-all is wrong with Freemasonry, but I don't attribute it to Satanism, like with that fuckhead Jimmy Saville.
|by Anonymous||reply 115||06/27/2014|
Oh the "Latino looking face" is actually a French face. The name Disney is of French descent, but his family left for Ireland as well, and his mother Flora was of German descent. Hence Walt's love of Hitler.
|by Anonymous||reply 116||06/27/2014|
R114, that is the official American story, but many Spaniards know it to be true.
|by Anonymous||reply 117||06/27/2014|
[quote]Hence Walt's love of Hitler.
|by Anonymous||reply 118||06/27/2014|
Ah yes, straight guys who dream of fucking the Little Mermaid.
|by Anonymous||reply 119||06/27/2014|
I remember his television shows about nature and they were exquisitely dull. I vowed never to go camping, fishing, or hiking after watching those bore-fests.
Mutual of Omaha's something or other, but the Pabst Blue ribbon beer commercials were awesome.
|by Anonymous||reply 120||06/27/2014|
Oh and that awful Davy Crockett series, or was it Daniel Boone?
|by Anonymous||reply 121||06/27/2014|
Davy Crockett was a homosexual alpha male. Daniel Boone was just an illiterate thug.
|by Anonymous||reply 122||06/28/2014|
My parents are adults who love Disney - I can remember years in middle school of which I spent a full month at WDW, in four week+-long trips.
Though I can recognize a love of Disney parks and movies as something one acquires before developing critical faculties, anyone could do a lot worse than to take a relaxing vacation at any of the Disney resorts - Fort Wilderness campground in particular.
|by Anonymous||reply 123||06/28/2014|
[quote] I remember his television shows about nature and they were exquisitely dull. I vowed never to go camping, fishing, or hiking after watching those bore-fests.
Oh come on, you loved Charlie the Lonesome Cougar, admit it. And when those crazy raccoons got into the house and spilled all the flour and stuff--well, you know that was a hoot.
|by Anonymous||reply 124||06/28/2014|
Those Disney nature movies make me hungry.
|by Anonymous||reply 125||06/28/2014|
For the Haters.
|by Anonymous||reply 126||06/28/2014|
[quote] I can remember years in middle school of which I spent a full month at WDW, in four week+-long trips.
You should write your memoirs.
I'd buy it. Sounds fascinating.
|by Anonymous||reply 127||06/29/2014|
Disney was part of my cultural life as a kid in the 60s.
Saw Mary Poppins a couple of times when it came out(we even went on a class trip to see it,) went on the Disney created rides at the NY World's Fair, would go to see the periodically re-released classics and would watch the Wonderful World of Color in b and w every Sunday night.
I do go to Disney World every few year and enjoy it immensely partly out of nostalgia. But I don't need to collect stuff or go there constantly.
In the 70s there was only The Magic Kingdom. It was very secluded so it had a certain magic that cannot be recaptured and there was no cross merchandising with other brands so it was pure Disney. Starbucks is now on Main Street and to my chagrin was always packed. Also the rides created after Thunder Mountain are pure Palisades Park.
My favorite used to be Space Mountain but they perversely ruined it and I have no idea why.
Still staying at Wilderness Lodge is great, Le Cellier has the best fillet mignon and Ohana has a dessert so delicious it is obscene.
|by Anonymous||reply 128||06/29/2014|
which part R127, sexing on a towel in Injun Joe's Cave, swapping with a guy my age (16) at the Contemporary tennis courts at night, or the creepy Saddam lookalike that followed me for the better part of an afternoon at Typhoon Lagoon? he later hit off with some white dude and they headed for the changing/locker room.
|by Anonymous||reply 129||06/29/2014|
Disney loving adults, still creepy as fuck.
|by Anonymous||reply 130||03/09/2016|
If this is your idea of "creepy," OP/R130, then you've got some serious self-loathing issues to work out.
|by Anonymous||reply 131||03/09/2016|
And another thing, OP, it's one thing for you not to like Disney movies, but to insult those who do? What. Is. Your. Damage?
|by Anonymous||reply 132||03/09/2016|
[quote]we even went on a class trip to see it
Good thing I homeschooled my kids. What's wrong with that?
|by Anonymous||reply 133||03/09/2016|
[quote] A woman was searching for a place to buy in order to attended Tulane Law School.
Jeez. It must be nice. When I was in law school I had to go see the finance office whose job was to get the rest of the money due that semester before I could pre-register for fall classes. Without pre-registration you get shut out of the classes you want. They didn't care that my loan money wasn't disbursed yet. As I left the office I saw my fellow student in the same boat and I cried to her "I gave them my rent money. What am I going to do now?" They were merciless and to this day I refuse to give them any donations no matter how much they beg. Fuck 'em.
|by Anonymous||reply 134||03/09/2016|
damaged damagaed individuals. Not as worse as a theater queen though. I could never go around with another one of those types again. No matter how perfect the hair or tight the ass.
|by Anonymous||reply 135||03/09/2016|
I used to be snobby like this, until I reached middle age and realized I still loved sci-fi, comic books and video games.
It's just another form of escapism. It might not be your cup of tea but don't judge. Basic fandom isn't inherently creepy.
|by Anonymous||reply 136||03/09/2016|