Every day, Twitter has a "main character," someone who gets everyone talking for one reason or another. Today, the main character is an adult man who wrote an op-ed about how he doesn't want to go to Disney World anymore because of the park's supposed "wokeness."
In the article, he complains about recent and upcoming changes that would allow Disney employees more freedom of hairstyles and allow them to show their tattoos, which they previously had to cover.
The op-ed also has complaints about proposed changes to the Splash Mountain and Jungle Cruise rides, as well as changes to the Pirates of the Caribbean ride that have already been implemented.
Naturally, the dunking-upon has begun:
Some are expressing their appreciation for his alleged commitment to avoid the park:
While others are just stuck on how astronomically bad the take is:
Some are pointing out why the changes for employees are particularly important:
And then there's always the point that, really, there are other problems with the park to worry about:
There are points being made about the privilege that comes with a take like this:
Even Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn has joined in:
Of course, there are some meta milkshake-duck jokes:
And then there's just the point that...like...buddy, it's not for you:
But ultimately, I think Parks and Rec co-creator Mike Schur speaks for all of us here:
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