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  • People Swearing/Wearing offensive shirts in Disneyland :(

    I don't mean dropping the occasional cuss word because someone stepped on your toe or you tripped.
    I mean those people that use those words obnoxiously. And loudly. In front of children.
    Also I've seen people wearing shirts that have

    -naked women
    -one guy just had the word SEX MACHINE plastered across the shirt
    -F bombs

    Don't get me wrong, I swear a normal amount when I'm not in the park, but as for the people I mentioned above constantly doing it to the point of being annoying or teens who do it to be "cool", or people wearing these unnecesarily obcene tshirts, I just don't understand why you have to do it.

    It's Disneyland, a place for all people but nobody is oblivious to the fact that it's mostly children there.
    It just seems to me that some of these people are doing it intentionally to just be a nuisance.
    I mean clearly, you pick out your outfit for the day, planning to go to Disneyland.

    "what shirt should I wear? The red one? This Mickey Mouse one? No, definitely this Playboy shirt, yep."

    I just can't stand it!

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    eh, people are retarded. I almost wasn't allowed for wearing a threadless shirt that had a cartoon picture of a knife, and a small caption saying "Hey kids, put me in your enemies". I mean i understand the objection, but i thought it was funny, and freedom of expression and speech is important to me even at the expense of seeing ridiculous tees.
    Last edited by Dirton; 07-05-2012, 11:19 AM.

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    • #3
      Re: People Swearing/Wearing offensive shirts in Disneyland

      I agree, completely! And I'll go further to say ANYWHERE in public. There are always people around you, and you should always be considerate of those around you. Of course, you don't even get that type of consideration in Fantasyland.

      I'm no prude. I admit that I swear my fair share. I'll even admit that the occasional swear word slipped out at Disneyland, although I do try to watch myself pretty well. But people should be considerate enough to try not to be offensive.

      I do hate having to deal with explaining to my young daughters why they can't say those words that they just heard near It's a Small World, or wherever.

      It's behavior like this that makes me want to spend more time with my dogs.
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      • #4
        Re: People Swearing/Wearing offensive shirts in Disneyland

        I guess people at the front gate can't really tell them they can't come in, unless that's in their policy somewhere, like wearing a costume. You'd think people would know better. :/
        - Walt Disney

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        • #5
          Re: People Swearing/Wearing offensive shirts in Disneyland

          Originally posted by TL59 View Post
          I guess people at the front gate can't really tell them they can't come in, unless that's in their policy somewhere, like wearing a costume. You'd think people would know better. :/
          IMO, it SHOULD be a policy :/ It's just really not nice in front of children, and I bet you 95% of parents would agree that they don't want their small children seeing things like that.

          ---------- Post added 07-05-2012 at 11:20 AM ----------

          Originally posted by sbk1234 View Post
          I agree, completely! And I'll go further to say ANYWHERE in public. There are always people around you, and you should always be considerate of those around you. Of course, you don't even get that type of consideration in Fantasyland.

          I'm no prude. I admit that I swear my fair share. I'll even admit that the occasional swear word slipped out at Disneyland, although I do try to watch myself pretty well. But people should be considerate enough to try not to be offensive.

          I do hate having to deal with explaining to my young daughters why they can't say those words that they just heard near It's a Small World, or wherever.

          It's behavior like this that makes me want to spend more time with my dogs.
          Amen. And like you said, I'm no prude either and have swore at Disneyland not on purpose.

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          • #6
            Re: People Swearing/Wearing offensive shirts in Disneyland

            That's modern society for you. There will always be people out there without any morals. Quite sad if you ask me.



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            • #7
              Re: People Swearing/Wearing offensive shirts in Disneyland

              I wish that more people exercised common sense and consideration for others, but there's nothing you can do. I try not to let it ruin my day.

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              • #8
                Re: People Swearing/Wearing offensive shirts in Disneyland

                Yea, out of all the places where a kid would be exposed to that kinda stuff, the last place should be Disneyland.
                - Walt Disney

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                • #9
                  Re: People Swearing/Wearing offensive shirts in Disneyland

                  This is more of a political and moral question because where is the line drawn of what's offensive. Hair styles, colors, tattoos, shoes....

                  I'm not defending the moronic people who wear visibly offensive stuff but it's their choice to make that kind of statement.

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                  • #10
                    Re: People Swearing/Wearing offensive shirts in Disneyland

                    Originally posted by brenden View Post
                    I wish that more people exercised common sense and consideration for others, but there's nothing you can do. I try not to let it ruin my day.
                    Yeah, I don't let it ruin my vacation I just usually roll my eyes and keep moving.

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                    • #11
                      Re: People Swearing/Wearing offensive shirts in Disneyland

                      Originally posted by TL59 View Post
                      I guess people at the front gate can't really tell them they can't come in, unless that's in their policy somewhere, like wearing a costume. You'd think people would know better. :/
                      It IS a policy. It just isn't enforced often enough. Clothing with "objectionable material" is prohibited, as is clothing that exposes excessive skin making all those whale tails and muffin tops on bare midriffs against park policy.
                      General Questions | FAQ | Disneyland Resort

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                      • #12
                        Re: People Swearing/Wearing offensive shirts in Disneyland

                        Originally posted by Dirton View Post
                        This is more of a political and moral question because where is the line drawn of what's offensive. Hair styles, colors, tattoos, shoes....

                        I'm not defending the moronic people who wear visibly offensive stuff but it's their choice to make that kind of statement.

                        I think it's understandable to be offended by a tshirt with pornographic content on it.
                        I don't know who would be offended by someone's shoes, hairstyle, tattoo, or ...colors?
                        That would be a small percentage of people. Not that they don't matter, but they are not who I started the thread about.

                        ---------- Post added 07-05-2012 at 11:30 AM ----------

                        Originally posted by dougeebear View Post
                        It IS a policy. It just isn't enforced often enough. Clothing with "objectionable material" is prohibited, as is clothing that exposes excessive skin making all those whale tails and muffin tops on bare midriffs against park policy.
                        General Questions | FAQ | Disneyland Resort
                        LOL muffin tops against park policy?! I would be an offender there, I have curves there.
                        But yeah I totally agree that they should also enforce it on people showing nearly their whole breasts, bottoms, and otherwise. you're at Disneyland, not a strip club.

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                        • #13
                          Re: People Swearing/Wearing offensive shirts in Disneyland

                          I will admit that I do swear... A LOT. But out in public, especially at Disneyland I say it in low volume so no one else can hear me. If i'm talking to someone who I am with at the park, I will whisper it to them or just use replacement words like "freakin" instead of ********** etc...
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                          • #14
                            Re: People Swearing/Wearing offensive shirts in Disneyland

                            I meant that some people are offended by many things. There are shoes with wheels in them or lights blinking. Colors are associated with gangs and organized days like GayDay, and some are offended by dreads or Mohawks.

                            So where is the line drawn. Cause i would say that anything out of the ordinary could be offensive and disruptive.

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                            • #15
                              Re: People Swearing/Wearing offensive shirts in Disneyland

                              I sometimes wonder how folks make it through security checks with the shirts that are obviously not family friendly, with the profanity or sometimes graphic pictures. On our last visit, a man was wearing a black shirt that said "******* That" in big white letters on the front and a white graphic of a person flipping the bird on the back. Our daughter is 5 and doesn't need to see that, and frankly, Disneyland is the one place where I feel I should not have to worry about that kind of stuff.

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                              • #16
                                Re: People Swearing/Wearing offensive shirts in Disneyland

                                I think people can be offended by all sorts of things, reasonable or not, but I would think we can all agree swear words or semi-pornographic images on clothing is universally unacceptable. Pink hair is not.
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                                • #17
                                  Re: People Swearing/Wearing offensive shirts in Disneyland

                                  Originally posted by Dirton View Post
                                  I meant that some people are offended by many things. There are shoes with wheels in them or lights blinking. Colors are associated with gangs and organized days like GayDay, and some are offended by dreads or Mohawks.

                                  So where is the line drawn. Cause i would say that anything out of the ordinary could be offensive and disruptive.
                                  Good question. I don't know where the line is :/

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                                  • #18
                                    Re: People Swearing/Wearing offensive shirts in Disneyland

                                    It's even worse at Universal. I see bad stuff everyday.

                                    A couple trips ago to DL, I was wearing my "House of a 1,000 Corpses" shirt, and the people at securtiy stopped me to examine it before letting me into the plaza.
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                                    • #19
                                      Re: People Swearing/Wearing offensive shirts in Disneyland

                                      Originally posted by brenden View Post
                                      I wish that more people exercised common sense and consideration for others, but there's nothing you can do. I try not to let it ruin my day.
                                      speaking of common sense, yesterday one of my friends was being stupid with fireworks and almost blew his face off... and he had no regrets either. People are just plain stupid in our society... its a sad fact of life...
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                                      • #20
                                        Re: People Swearing/Wearing offensive shirts in Disneyland

                                        I definitely think people should be considerate of their language, but that's all you can ask. As for clothing, I strongly believe you don't tell people how to dress, but that being said if someone is wearing something that is clearly offensive, and not just a matter of taste, like a shirt with the F word on it, or nudity, or racial slurs, that's a different issue. People should be expected to keep their clothes pg 13. Disney can enforce it to, if they want. They do have a dress code. It's a very fair one, too.

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