Teen Denied Dressing As Tinkerbell At Disney World

Submitted by: fancylad 5 years ago in

April Spielman claims Disney World ruined her dreams by kicking her out for wearing Tinkerbell costume. Really? Ruined?
There are 74 comments:
Male 42
1st world problems.
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Male 1,582
Holy poo, the official Disney World Tinkerbell is super drating hot!
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Female 403
I feel bad for her. I have always wanted to go to Disney Land and if I was told off at the park for something as dumb as dressing up, I`d have cried too. What a let down. Boooo the rules!!
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Male 2,384
copyright infringement law, disney isnt going to let that slide
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Male 273
ruined her dreams but made my day :D
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Male 201
so I can go to Disney World dressed like a crack-head Mickey, and be ok, but getting a very similar (if not identical) Mickey costume is bad?

WTF man, WTF

also, I would like to see if they`d pull this stunt if I (or anyone else for that matter) dressed up like Christopher Robin and did the same, get them back for harassment or discrimination or some other B.S.
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Male 546
Ollie[quote]What`s the point of school if you come out of it a drooling idiot?[/quote]

Easier to control....
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Male 337
this made me laugh!
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Male 2,172
A good way for Disney to prevent confusion would be to give name tag to their employees. It`s a little dumb that they prevent people from dressing up and be part of the party the way they desire... even if it looks really dumb from time to time.
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Female 129
stupid.
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Male 15,182
Is the Pedo-bear costume OK?
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Male 6,227
She`s *how* old? And she`s crying on camera because "I just didn`t want to take off the costume"?

~facepaw~
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Male 815
So the news is now doing reports on teenage girl`s livejournals?

"At first she was like this- :), then she was like this- :("

Seriously, is this ACTUALLY news? really?
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Male 31
Ah, your stupid life is over now. You might as well kill yourself. Or sue, I`m sure some scumbag lawyer will take this case.
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Male 10
Who gives a drat!?
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Male 132
First world problems.
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Male 3,631
Every grown-up is a little kid too. Not cool Disney. I wore my Marilyn Manson 2008 tour T-shirt with "Rape of the World" emblazoned across the back, and got nothing. Guess if I`d been dressed up like Jack Sparrow, it would have been the plank for me.
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Male 612
dear god. it is a private property. they can disallow entry if someone does not meet their standards if they want to.

if a person were to dress up like a paid employee, then go around swearing at children or doing any other kind of public disturbance, they would be held accountable for it. so they don`t allow it.
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Male 15,832
[quote]Ollie basically complains about every idiot as if they were the fault of government-run schools.[/quote]
What`s the point of school if you come out of it a drooling idiot?
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Male 1,810
Poor snowflake....has a firstworldproblem.
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Female 2,549
Duh if nothing else it prevents pesos from approaching kids as as a goofy!
I want to smack this girl hard.
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Male 382
Really? A fat tinkerbell would be mistaken for the real one? Most kids know that pigs can`t fly. Just another attention whore. Suck it up, you`re 15 and it`s not halloween.
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Female 595
LOL @ MeGrendel`s Beaker quote. I laughed so hard I sharted.

But seriously, adults that are obsessed with Disney freak me out. And I agree with fancythat, the bf should run!
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Male 181
Missed a word in my post, "these people aren`t actors or employees (They are) paid to BE Mickey, Goofy ect.
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Male 181
Yeah, Disney is VERY strict about this, If the actors even get caught by kids out of costume IE: Mickey without his head on or Aladin out for a smoke break, they typically get fired, it`s not a "Disney is a bad company" thing, these people aren`t actors or employees paid to BE Mickey, Goofy ect..So no The average joe adult is not allowed to portary any disney character because it ruins the illusion for the kids, The lady should have though about this from the get go, Also ATPn34 is correct, you have to buy a ticket before entering and doing so gives the Park the legal freedom to revoke the ticket and remove you from the park at any time..Disney is in the win on this, she should have thought things through a little more.
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Male 27
You have to buy a ticket. A ticket is a revocable license, for any reason, or no reason at all. You don`t like it?...kick rocks. They were offered free clothes? I would put them, and any of their future kids, on a permanent ban list for bad-mouthing my company in the press.
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Male 3,445
wickedjester: Ollie basically complains about every idiot as if they were the fault of government-run schools.
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Male 1,558
Grow up! If ya got tits that big you`re an adult not six!!
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Male 140
...life is tough in america, maybe iab should think about running `you think you got it bad` caption series
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Male 1,449
What an idiot!
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Male 13
"Yet another product of our wonderful unionized government-controlled schools."

Really somehow a union school did this I`ll be the first to tell you that if my kid had acted like this about something so stupid I`d disown her, and yes I am a union member I`d prefer to blame this on rich kids that always get what they want and get whiny if they don`t.
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Male 468
It sucks, but Disney has that right and for good reason.

Imagine someone just to be a prick, dresses up and starts acting stupid and vulgar in front of the kids.

I am more pissed off that they really didn`t explain that in the news program. Go American Media!
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Male 546
LOL... Why would anyone?

Plus Disney offered them free clothes? Are you kidding?

I am sure they planned on getting a good laugh from all the attention they would get.

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Male 15,832
Yet another product of our wonderful unionized government-controlled schools.
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Female 2,602
[quote]SHUT IT TINKERWHORE![/quote]

I know it`s wrong, but that just made me laugh until I cried a little bit. XD
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Male 4,145
Michael Jackson liked to dress up as Peter Pan and play with the Lost Boys
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Male 646
Jesus, what kind of jerk off lets his girlfriend dress him up as Peter Pan and take him to Disney World? I bet the guy is a brony too.
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Female 4,447
She`s crying because she broke the rules? I don`t get it...
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Male 5,413
What a load of BS. AMUUUURICA!
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Male 2,988
those rules are there for a reason. if she doesn`t like them then she can leave. you don`t want every pedo that can make a disney character outfit running around taking pictures with you children in their arms do you?
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Male 8,427
swoop408-"They sell these costumes inside the park as well...hypocritical?"

They sell those costumes for kids who happen to be THREE FEET TALL.

This girl is basically an adult.

The workers of Disney are required to act `in character` and represent Disney.

What would have happened if `this` Tink had got pissed at being harrassed by little 6-year-olds mistaken her for a Disney Tinkerbell and she yelled, "Get away from me you f***ing snot monster!!!"?

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Male 300
America is developing fat adult babies at an alarming rate. I imagine she enjoys hogging the ball pit at fast food joints as well.
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Male 1,625
I used to work at Disneyland in Anaheim, there`s a pretty clear policy on adults in costume. Children are a-ok though. Disney has a standard for all characters, that they talk, and look the same. Even when Halloween comes around, there are things they accept and things they don`t. They tried accommodating her and her bf with free clothes. She refused. And if she`s still claiming her trip was ruined, that`s on her.
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Male 1,949
Here`s some free advice, boyfriend of Tinkerbell.

RUUUUUUUUUUUUNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN
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Male 3,445
@Apexs: That was just a joke based on the Neil DeGrasse Tyson thread just below this one.
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Male 83
Rules are rules. take your costume off and STFU along with fairy gay guy she`s hanging out with. NO normal guy would dress like that. Only somebody trying to get out of friend zone 10000000000!!
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Female 155
Dude, they gave her free clothes! If they kicked her out I would understand, but really. Keep it for Halloween for Christ`s sake, holy.
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Male 40,302
Lets hope she`s a good enough person to NOT involve the lawers, eh?

It`s a policy (no adults in costumes) that makes perfect sense to me! Last thing you want is @FancyLad in a Goofy outfit talking to children...
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Male 355
@ FoolsPrussia - whats her religious views have to do with her being a whiny twit.
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Female 7
@ Duckboy87, I`d feel sorry for the boyfriend, but he`s putting up with her crap by choice.
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Female 3,726
Her dream was to dress like tinkerbell?

Raise the bar a little...
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Male 3,620
Y`know who I feel sorry for?

Her boyfriend.. One, for having to dress up as such, and two, for having to put up with her whiny bulllocks.
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Female 7
See, if I had a daughter and raised her and she grew up and acted like that, someone would have to stop me from drowning her in a bath tub and declaring a do-over.
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Male 14,331
SHUT IT TINKERWHORE!
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Male 5,314
god, shut up.
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Male 296
Its a written policy that has been upheld by Disney for as long as the parks have been open. No adults can enter the parks wearing costumes for fear that they may be assumed to represent the parks and the Disney company. The fact that she got into one of the parks was just a mistake

A smart person would have called ahead and asked if it was allowed before spending the time to get dressed up. They gave her free clothes and fast passes to any ride she wanted, she should be happy they didn`t ban her ass from the parks for life. What a retarded bitch, grow up and go home no one wants to hear your crying.
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Male 2,737
Grow up, ya drama whore.
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Male 329
Apparently her dreams never involved reading the dress code... But how can I really fault her, I too was turned away for my assless chaps.
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Female 1,234
Maybe she should wait for micky`s Halloween party on Halloween at the magic kingdom..there were a lot of people(guests) in very good adult costumes walking around dressed like Disney characters last year....just a suggestion.
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Male 1,754
They sell these costumes inside the park as well...hypocritical? That girl is way over the top with her emotions lol
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Male 1,625
I can see her argument, but why is she crying?

they could`ve just told her to go home, instead they offered her free disney brand clothing to walk the park for the day. isn`t it an american company`s right to refuse service to anyone for any reason?
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Male 62
I`ve got a magic wand she can play with at Tinkerbell
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Male 4,145
I`m with Disney on this one;it is a good was to stop child molesters like Michael Jackson
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Female 2,602
Erm, OK. In other news, I know someone that broke a nail this morning, and didn`t even have any nail clippers to tidy up the raggedy end.
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Male 3,445
100 babies were brutally slaughtered by pro-government militias in Syria today...wait stop everything! Disney made a girl cry! Let`s get team coverage on this one!!!
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Male 5,811
She needs to call whine-one-one for the Whaaaambulance. If it`s in their policy (and I don`t see anything wrong with the policy) to possibly deny entry, then that`s her screw-up.
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Male 39,554

grow up

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Male 6,737
Harsh I guess, but it`s in their rules so I guess you can`t complain.
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Male 3,445
What an attention whore. I bet she`s an atheist too.
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Male 10,338
Really? Crying?

Are you serious?

This is not news.
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Female 2,761
1st world problems
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Male 1,008
seems like they would have to ban this to keep kids from getting confused and approaching strangers not registered with the park, somebody (fancy ) could take advantage of that kind of situation
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Male 1,196
the tears of a clown
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Male 20,827
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