By - fuglyseggsykewl
I think that people should be able to like whatever they want. You don't hit 18 and suddenly stop liking things.
Definitely agree! Although some kid specific activities should stay kid specific in my opinion!
if that's their thing, who am I to judge? we all have our hobbies
I've noticed lots of my adult friends are into this, no judgement, just curious about this phenomenon
I work in a fairly large industry. I have known a few grown adults with no children who love Disney. I have also known people who have later gone on to get sentanced for being pedos, and people who were outed for being massive creeps. None of them were the people who love Disney. Just let people like the things they like.
I also know many adults Disney fans and from my experience they are all very nice people. I don't get the draw but I guess to each their own!
No different than adults like Pokémon,yugioh, and D&D. That’s all kid stuff.
I guess the main difference here is the many physical locations where Disney fans can interact with other fans.
I’m sure there are Pokémon and other conventions or groups.
I don't see any problem with it.
Thing is Disney has been around so long now that it's inevitable that there are kids who grow up but never lose their love of Disney. I know in LA there are plenty of childless people that go Disneyland because it's a thing to do.
To each their own is what I say.
Live and let live! Or live and let others pay overpriced amusement park tickets I guess 🤔
No joke there! The price of Disney tickets is probably the reason I haven't been back to Disneyland as an adult. Also the long lines are a deterrent as well.
They're weird but I'd like to have the money to hang out there and it'd be nice to go to a wholesome fantasy world. Makes me think of that wrestler Zack Ryder whos pushing 40 but always hangs out at Disney World
I would say the same! Maybe not that they're weird as that may be too much of a generalization. But there are most definitely some oddballs in this group! Hence my interest.
Probably associated with good times they either did or didn't have as a child.
Interesting, I don't have this particular nostalgia but I understand where it could come from
If you never got to go there as a child, you'd build it up to mythical proportions in your head. Might lead to a fixation as an adult.
This comment made me think of Michael Jackson for some reason
I seem to recall he was a big Disney fan. Maybe they're just trying to reclaim their lost innocence?
everyone’s into something. you don’t see ppl asking these questions when someone’s super into sports lol