No D in Disneyland?
Over the weekend a photo of a couple walking at Disneyland went viral. The couple were seen wearing matching shirts that used Disney’s trademark “D” that read “I wanted the D” and “I gave her the D.”
D is for Don’t pic.twitter.com/XnWGDAxTql
— Sam Carter💀 (@Cartarsauce) October 22, 2021
Disney says the reserve the right to refuse admission for ‘inappropriate’ attire. Per both the Disney World and Disneyland website:
We reserve the right to deny admission to or remove any person wearing attire that we consider inappropriate or attire that could detract from the experience of other Guests.
However, some Disney fans think they’re not going far enough and should ban “raunchy” T-shirts.
Ugh 😑 I hope 🤞🏾 Disney parks management DOES ban the shirts
— SJCarras (@SJCarras) October 25, 2021
And others disagree.
But why ban it? It’s not obscene. If you know what it’s talking about, your mind is already corrupted. It’s a lot milder than some of the innuendo in Disney cartoons.
— Acererak the Eternal (@techjunkie30) October 25, 2021