Top Ten Disney Tweets for Monday, March 16, 2020
We miss being in the Disney Parks and it’s only been one day. To enjoy the MAGIC outside of the Parks, we bring to you Top Ten Disney Tweets of the Day!
These tweets will encompass the best and worst of #DisTwitter. We hope you enjoy!
— Joe Rohde (@Joe_Rohde) March 16, 2020
@mikethefs innocently asks @Jou_Rohde if 14 days is enough to fix Disco Yet. A great question and inquiring minds want to know.
Rohde answered with a simple “No.” Enough said.
Kermit The Hermit
Everybody right now: pic.twitter.com/LDueGoXHmY
— Muppet History (@HistoryMuppet) March 16, 2020
@HistoryMuppet history posted a photo of the classic Muppet Babies book Kermit the Hermit.
While that book cover needs no words, @HistoryMuppet does a fantastic job with his simple tweet, “Everybody right now.”
Crowds? What crowds?
— Orlando Sentinel (@orlandosentinel) March 16, 2020
The Orlando Sentinel took to Twitter to share a photo of a large crowd gathered at Magic Kingdom.
The Twitterverse slammed Disney for ignoring the social distancing recommendation most of us have been adhering to.
Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Maybe…
And finally… we had to send our Irish entertainers home today in advance of flights from Ireland to USA being halted from midnight tonight
We're hoping to provide an alternative act to play some Irish tune instead.
— Raglan Road (@RaglanRoadPub) March 16, 2020
It’s St. Patrick’s Day! Who wants to go to Raglan Road to celebrate? Oh wait.
Ragland Road tweeted they had to send their Irish entertainers back home to Ireland. Ultimately, Raglan Road will be closed today.
Nothing is Gone on the Internet…Even If You Delete It
this is the now-private video of last night's Magic Kingdom closing celebration, as posted to the Disney Parks YouTube channel earlier today.
notice the lack of crowd shots, despite the park being packed for this special "goodbye" ceremony. pic.twitter.com/6Xa5wEbBLq
— 🍭 carlye wisel (@carlyewisel) March 16, 2020
Disney Parks Blog seemed to be proud to showcase the video above of Mickey and Minnie throwing a party for guests inside Magic Kingdom as it closed. After receiving backlash, Disney Parks Blog deleted the video from their YouTube channel.
Thanks to Carlye Wisel, a copy of that video lasts forever.
Speedy Delivery…eh Recovery
— The Hollywood Reporter (@THR) March 16, 2020
With all the bad news we’ve received over the last few weeks, it was nice to finally receive some good news. Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson are doing well enough that they’ve been released from the hospital.
That’s great news. We wish Hanks and Wilson all the best!
can we talk about how repunzels mom forced her to stay inside so she’d be safe from her kingdom which is named corona
— dillan☁️-lfw n1 (@secretmoments13) March 16, 2020
My head is spinning. @secretmoments asked if we “can talk about how repunzelsmom forced her to stay inside so she’d be safe from her kingdom which is named corona”
Go ahead and read that again…
Due to the increased and widespread concern over the spread of the COVID-19, we have made the decision to temporarily close our restaurant. pic.twitter.com/TFnPOfnMEc
— Via Napoli Pizzeria (@ViaNapoliPizza) March 17, 2020
Go ahead and read that tweet from Via Napoli again. Then look at the time they tweeted it.
For those that aren’t aware, Via Napoli is located in Epcot. They’re just a few days late with that tweet…
The Hits Keep Coming
We continue to closely monitor the guidance from public officials regarding COVID-19. Based on and in line with Mayor London Breed’s announcement today, The Walt Disney Family Museum will remain closed through April 7, 2020. https://t.co/iALSBrYyMC pic.twitter.com/mQ9BFeoNVw
— The Walt Disney Family Museum (@WDFMuseum) March 17, 2020
A few days ago we told you about the Walt Disney Museum closing. Then we told you that closure was extended. Well, now that extended closure is even more extended. You following along?
Don’t expect the Walt Disney Museum to open anytime soon. We hope we’re wrong, but…
— Jess siswick (@tinymallet) March 16, 2020
@tineymallet might have won the day on Twitter. No words can adequately describe this masterpiece so we’ll let you watch and enjoy!
Keep an eye out for tomorrow’s Top Ten Disney Tweets. We can’t wait!