MNSSHP replaced with Mickey's VERY Scary No-Mask Party |

MNSSHP replaced with Mickey’s VERY Scary No-Mask Party

Non-socially distanced villains at Walt Disney World. Photo by Leigh Caldwell [CC BY-SA 2.0] via Flickr.

Headless horsemen are not nearly as scary as invisibly virus particles.

WALT DISNEY WORLD, FL — Disney announced yesterday that it was canceling the crowd favorite Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Parties (called “MNSSHP” or “Menship” by fans) this year. Instead, they’re ramping up the terror with an all new “Mickey’s VERY Scary No-Mask Halloween Party” (“MSNBC,” pronounced “Rubbish”).

Now it won’t be just Disney villains who are not wearing masks! No one attending the MRCVS will be allowed to wear a mask. Said one anonymous source [Ed.: Hi, Bob!], “Guests today are more sophisticated, and are looking for real scares. Well, we can do that!”

Not actually a change

Actually, Iger our source reports, this is not a change at all.

“All of our past MSNSSNCPHSP’s have allowed costumes, but no masks were allowed. It’s just scarier to do it this way now.

“Still, we want our guests to stay safe. So if we see any viruses around, you can bet we’ll be escorting them out of the park. Even if they bought a ticket!”

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Cover photo: MVSNMHP at Walt Disney World. Photo by Leigh Caldwell [CC BY-SA 2.0] via Flickr.