One Disney International theme park, Tokyo Disney Resort, has imposed a strict ban on live streaming and vlogging, and many fans can’t wait for similar rules to get to Disneyland Resort and Walt Disney World Resort.
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It might seem fun to visit and review theme parks for work, but “Disney Adults” and Disney Influencers have been the target of backlash on social media over the past few months. Sometimes, it’s because of something as harmless as crying while cuddling Pluto in EPCOT. Some guests feel that simply portraying others’ social media content is “unbelievably rude” and “disturbing”.
Many Disney Parks fans feel that social media has “destroyed” Disneyland and Walt Disney World Resort, making secret locations crowded. Others were forced to make policy changes at parks after guests were encouraged to “wear coded clothes” in exchange for a free T-shirt. One influencer suggested permanently destroying 3D glasses at Disney parks to make them fit better.
Now, Disney Parks fans are taking action. on me redditFans discussed ways to disrupt live broadcasts at Disney Parks rides and during shows.
“I like to use my own power to be equally vocal and passive-aggressive with these guys. The sheer look of disgust they gave me makes my day,” u/No_Ne mob 1987 Wrote.
u/CCrypto1224 suggest loudly promoting your social media accounts or your business to make the Disney live stream put the camera away:
“Choose it to promote your own things. This will take effect immediately.
The best part is that you don’t actually need an account or channel, you just need to use a real username with a random number and platform. They won’t know the difference.”
“That’s why you only talk about regular droppings too loudly to be boring and annoying. Talk about your hobby in detail.” I find that I paint my birdhouses with oil-based paint because it tolerates sunlight better, but if it’s in a shaded area I tend to Doing a fool…”
u / visa agreed:
“One trick is to tell them stories that don’t go anywhere like the time I took the ferry to Shelbyville. I needed a new heel for my shoes, so I decided to go to Morganville which they called Shelbyville in those days. So, I tied an onion in my belt which is the style Back then. Now, the cost of taking the ferry is a nickel. And in those days, Nickel had pictures of bumblebees on it. You’d say ‘Give me five bees for a quarter.’ And now where were we? Oh yeah! The important thing was that I had an onion on my belt and it The style back then. They didn’t have white onions because of the war. The only thing you could get were those big yellow ones.”
Do you think live broadcasts should be banned at Disneyland Resort and Walt Disney World Resort?