We kind of figured this would have to happen eventually.
BURBANK, CA -- Officials at the Company announced today that they are erasing 's name from films, theme parks, and products world-wide. (the company) spokesperson Jun (no relation) shared the reasoning.
" was a backwards thinker. And he had a major part in creating things that can never see the light of day again, including Song of the South, Nazi-loving Donald Duck, and cream cheese-filled pretzels. Because of this, ...
Just one more thing to clean up after the Main Street Autonomous Zone.
MAGIC KINGDOM, FL -- Disney officials are scrambling after discovering Cinderella Castle was painted pink at some point during the shutdown. Disney (the company) spokesperson Jun Disney (no relation) spoke with our reporter.
"Since we've all been working at home, including our maintenance teams, no one has been seen the castle since March!"
Prep for reopening
Disney (no relation) continued, "The Bobs told the parks they should probably get ready for ...
If the new attraction looks like Mardi Gras, "flashing" will actually add to the realism.
GLENDALE, CA -- The Internet nearly shut down recently after news that Disney would be re-theming Splash Mountain to The Princess and the Frog, the story of Tiana, princess of Genovia Arendelle New Orleans. [Ed.: It's been a while since we watched it.]
Now that the dust has settled and keyboard warriors everywhere have been distracted by other news, details are coming out about what we can expect from ...
Pulling down statues may prevent past "atrocities." Like Song of the South?
ANAHEIM, CA -- The statue of noted oppressor Mickey Mouse was toppled last week at Disneyland, leaving many Disney fans asking, "What's next?" [Ed.: Actually, only a few asked "What's next?" The majority of questions we got after that article ran were, "Is this real?," followed by "What?," "Can I get Marty's number?," and "When does Disneyland Escanaba reopen?"]
Apparently, "what's next" may be the statue of the young Walt Disney at ...