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    Quote Originally Posted by motohead
    Well the worst I've seen was last year around labor day. There was at least a few hundred goths having a goth day. I ask my wife if disney was holding a transylvanian prostitute convention. It was quite revolting seeing all these nasty looking ghost white girls wearing fishnet stockings and hardley anything else. I litterally saw people turn their kids in a different direction or cover their eyes. It was quite funny to see guys doing their best jonathon davis wearing black skirts but the funniest was the dudes that played tough and wore their black leather trench coats in the 100 degree weather now thats making a statement. I thought for sure there would be some heat strokes. Walt would have never let that into the park!
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    Hey! I was one of those attending the "transylvanian prostitute convention", It is a VERY fun day! (Love that description, BTW!)

    And about what would Walt do? He's been dead for almost 40 years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by motohead
    It was quite revolting seeing all these nasty looking ghost white girls wearing fishnet stockings and hardley anything else. I litterally saw people turn their kids in a different direction or cover their eyes. It was quite funny to see guys doing their best jonathon davis wearing black skirts but the funniest was the dudes that played tough and wore their black leather trench coats in the 100 degree weather now thats making a statement. I thought for sure there would be some heat strokes. Walt would have never let that into the park!
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    Black is ALWAYS in fashion Wayne !

    I've seen people turn themselves & their children away from other people for alot of dumb reasons too.

    I don't think anyone here really cares whether or not Walt would approve of someone else's taste in clothes.

    To quote a very smart & wise friend of mine, " Walt was a nice guy, but he's dead now. "

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    Quote Originally Posted by motohead
    ...I ask my wife if disney was holding a transylvanian prostitute convention...Walt would have never let that into the park!
    Yeah, I think Walt prefered the wild-west-saloon-girl prostitute

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    I once saw a guy wear a It-takes-Two-Hands-to Handle-a-Whopper T-shirt with an arrow pointing down on his shirt at Disneyland. I don't know how he got in the Park.

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    THAT is exactly what should be happening at the front gates! Explain that DL does have a dress code, there is always other parks around that will welcome these folks...even DCA
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    Disneyland's Dress Code is "Shoes and shirts are required".

    You don't even have to wear pants!

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    They should enforce Grad Night dress code, i always admire the way Chinese guests dress up to go to Theme Parks. It reaaly shows how they hold their parks in high standards.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mamabot
    Dsnylndmom has a picture of a woman at Uva Bar that is super scary. If she still has it, I hope hope hope she will post it here.
    Hmmmmm could you be talking about this one?


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    Hahahahahaha!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Not Afraid
    Hey! I was one of those attending the "transylvanian prostitute convention", It is a VERY fun day! (Love that description, BTW!)
    Wow, what a weird day, who would attend a crazy event like that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dsnylndmom
    Hmmmmm could you be talking about this one?
    Holy cow!

    The most hysterical thing is that if you ignore that everyone in the room is looking one direction, it looks like that kid is staring straight at it.

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    Yes, that's Dsnyln's son - start off early on his observations of big booty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Not Afraid
    Yes, that's Dsnyln's son - start off early on his observations of big booty.
    Ohhhhh NA you're sooo evil!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Not Afraid
    Disneyland's Dress Code is "Shoes and shirts are required".

    You don't even have to wear pants!
    I'm not exactly sure if the code is across the board, but on my last trip earlier this month they did stop someone. We were entering DL on a rainy day and a CM at the gate said to another "Do you think the back of his jacket is appropriate?" The kid in question was about 15 and his father was with him. I didn't get to stop and see what his jacket said since I had to keep moving, but they did want him to turn it around or something. They even told him that "it is a family park.."

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    [QUOTE=and i see people wearing these nice clothes and then i look at their feet and they're wearing these really tall chunky heels or some other heel. i just dont get it when girls wear these tall heels around disneyland.[/QUOTE]

    I don't know about any of the other gentlemen out there, but I think the nice jeans and heels trend is excellent and shouldn't be included in threads about a bad dress code. I can however see how they would be rather uncomfortable but they look great!

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