“It’s whatever you make of it, whatever you want to take away. Because like all of the best virtual realities, Disneyland interacts with its visitors. It becomes what we seek, and we contribute.” —Leslie Le Mon
Disney is a magical place; it’s a place where we can once again experience the joys of childhood. It appeals to just about anyone, from the Disney-obsessed superfan to the dad who’s just along for the ride. Who doesn’t get pumped about seeing their first glimpse of Mickey and the princesses? Or get that sharp nostalgic pang in the pit of their stomach standing outside the Magic Kingdom? Disney in all its forms truly is a magical place.
But it’s also a massive dumpster fire of the worst humanity has to offer. People do bizarre, disturbing things in the Magic Kingdom, and the poor workers of Disney are here to share it with us.
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