Disney Princess 5k 2017

A tradition of sorts my Mom and I share is participating in the Disney Princess 5K each year. We started when I was a Senior in College and have done one every year since, minus the year I got married.

This year was a perfect theme.

Beauty and the Beast

My favorite Disney Princess and tied for favorite Disney film, but what I thought made it perfect was the theme of the 5K race.

Mrs. Potts and Chip

Here I was on a beautiful Friday morning,
running with my Mrs. Potts as well as with my Chip 😉

We took it extremely slow.
Trying our Best not to disturb the Baby

The only issue I really had was wishing I could have just worn shorts and no sleeves like a normal runner, not having to worry about mosquitoes.

But what are ya gonna do.

All I can hope and pray for is that I won’t have to worry about the Zika Virus the next time I’m pregnant.

Usually, I like to dress like Minnie Mouse, last year I was Lilo and ran with a Stitch backpack.

This year I decided to put my Bump to work and dressed as Ursula, the Sea Witch.

My Mom was the Red Queen from Alice in Wonderland.

I must say, we were pretty cute pair of villainesses 😛

And like I said, we were in it for the fun and what’s more fun than an all you can eat Character Breakfast! Complete with Mickey, Pluto and Stitch!

I hope you get to have a good breakfast tomorrow!

Thank you for Reading.

Sweet Dreams

Don’t forget to Check out Instagram for photos from the Race!

~Post Script~

My favorite part of the day is that I can show these pictures to the baby someday and tell him/her that this was her/his first 5K

How I spent my Solo “Day” at Disney ♡

After our Romantic Day just the three of us 😉

Stan had to head back to work which left me alone at Disney World.

I’ve spent many vacations at Disney World
I’ve lived through many memories and milestones.
I have never been to Disney by myself before.

This was a first.

Remember I said that we were married in Disney?

An odd question we were both asked from a Bridesmaid and a Groomsmen was:

“What is my Significant Other going to do while I’m getting ready for the Wedding?”

I thought this was a bit of an odd question since:

  1. We’re all adults and I think one can be alone for a few hours.
  2. We’re in Disney.
  3. I’ve had to entertain myself plenty of times.
  4. We’re in Disney!

So, I decided to take this Solo Disney Day as an opportunity…
and I hit the ground running.

Stan and I had a farewell Breakfast, took a picture on the Beach, in front of the Castle and then I kissed him goodbye and began my solo day at 10:30AM…

– DAY 01 –

  1. I took a quick nap…sorry I am pregnant after all 😛
  2. I bought myself a Virgin Strawberry Daiquiri (tradition) and went to the Beach to lay out in the sun in my new maternity swimsuit ❤
  3. After soaking up some sun, I got dressed and began my Monorail Crawl.
    • Grand Floridian
      • I walked over to the GF so I could warm myself with some Wedding Pavilion Memories ❤
    • Magic Kingdom
    • Contemporary
    • Transportation & Ticket Center
    • Polynesian
  4. I went to the Great Ceremonial House for their Free Hula Lessons…I was a little nervous to go by myself but I thought, what the hell…then I got there and it had been canceled 😛
  5. I tried Octopus for the first time 0_O
    • Serious, opinion? It was like creepy chicken. It didn’t taste bad, it was just…odd.
  6. I walked back to the Great Ceremonial House to witness the Torch Lighting Ceremony.
    • They had our cousin from ‘Ohana playing the drums while this man ran out and fire danced. Very Cool.
  7. Then had a lovely little solo dinner of soup and salmon.
    • I tried to write out some postcards but I had a very friendly waiter 😛
  8. I had bought myself a bath bomb from the Grand Floridian, some desserts to go and had myself a relaxing little bath.
  9. To cap off the night, I had myself a Double Feature of Sorts. With my feet up I wrote out postcards and watched Switched at Birth and Ratatouile.
    • It was my first time watching Ratatouille, I was actually pretty darn cute. I was iffy about the whole rat thing and it didn’t seem like there were any relatable characters for me. But all and all it was not bad. I’m glad to finally have that under my belt.

– DAY 02 –

  1. Rainy Day, so I found myself heading Downtown to-uh, Disney Springs.
  2. It was pouring but I made it on time to the Cinema and watched 20th Century Women.
    • It was the only film playing that I hadn’t seen and sounded interesting.
    • I don’t know if it was the film or the fact that I was pregnant sitting in an uncomfortable seat but I found my mind drifting at times, but although it was slow overall it was an enjoyable viewing.
    • I really enjoyed the way the story played out and all of the different characters. The narrations were an interesting device which I found really added to the overall feel of the film.
    • If you find yourself on the couch needing something to watch that’s similar to companionship, I recommend this film.
  3. The rain had turned to a light drizzle so I walked the streets of Disney Springs, window shopping and whatnot. Mentally making a list of things I needed and wanted.

    • When I was hurrying to the theater I passed a bunch of posh shops which worried me that they changed the atmosphere of Downtown Disney pass the point of no return.
    • After the movie, I was able to see that for the most part Disney Springs has kept its charm.
      • There’s this nice Chocolate Shop with a Chocolate BB-8 under glass.
      • They have these really cool Disney shops with hip Disney fashions.
        • Which was a bit depressing since I couldn’t fit into anything…yet made window shopping easier and nice for my wallet 😛
      • They still have the Art of Disney ❤
        • Sad News: They got rid of the store in Hollywood Studios 😦
  4. Back at the bus depot it was pouring and my bus had just left, so no worries I hopped on the bus to the Contemporary and the monorail back to home-base…
    • Funny Social Experiment: I don’t expect people to give up their seats for me because I usually don’t feel that exhausted but I do like the offer. Just to see. My Dad gives up his seat at the drop of a hat. So, I’m intrigued to see who will offer me a seat.
    • Over this Disney visit two people offered me their seat. One woman was in crunches and the other woman was on this monorail.
      • Aside from children we were the only women on board and she was holding an infant.
  5. My parents arrived in the afternoon and then the Vacation could really begin!


I feel like as a Pregnant Woman I had a pretty successful Solo Day.

So to anyone thinking they can’t spend a few hours alone at Disney, there’s more than enough. And I didn’t even hit the parks!

Don’t forget to check out my Instagram for  pictures from my Solo Day!

Thank you for Reading!


What will our Lives look like One Month from now?

My exact due date is One Month from Today.

Now, lets see how accurate this will be.

I read that 50% of Pregnant Women are late…uh, thanks 😛

My Mom was exactly 2 weeks late with me.

While my Mother-in-Law was about a month early with Stan.

Does that have anything to do with anything?

For the past 8 months I just assumed that I was going to be late.
But now that I’m 30 Days away I can’t help but realize, she or he could be here any day now!

30 Days from now, where will we be?

Will we be taking care of an infant?
Will I be walking around the house trying to get the Baby moving?
will Stan be rushing me to the hospital?

Feel Free to Skip to the Bottom,
I’m just going to share some of my Pregnancy experiences with you.

I’ve felt a lot of kicks and a lot of pressure from the Baby.
I’ve been fortunate that the Baby sleeps when I sleep. I don’t get awoken much in the middle of the night. Other than bladder issues that is.

I’m nervous about going into labor early.
I don’t know if I shared this but I was put on bed rest for a few months.
My placenta was too low and I couldn’t exercise.
I was taken off bed rest in January. Which fortunately coincided with the weather cooling down. (Mosquitoes)

I’ve walked at least one mile around the block with Annie ever since.

But recently, I’ve taken it easier.
I’ve felt a lot more tired and I’ve been feeling minor (period like) cramps.
But my stomach hasn’t been tightening so I doubt that these are Braxton Hicks.
I just hope the Baby waits at least 2 more weeks!
(37 Weeks is considered full term)

I better leave you now because I still have A LOT to do.

Pack my Hospital Bag!!!
Finish the nursery!!

And if you have any ideas or advice send it on over!

Thank you for Reading.

It’ll be interesting to see where we’ll be in 30 days.
Maybe starting a whole new life!

Disney Date for Three

Stan and I first met in Disney World.
We had our First date in Epcot.
We were fortunate enough to get married in Disney World.

And I’m extremely fortunate to have found a Soul Mate who gets Disney like I do.

For all you fellow Disney Fans out there, don’t you get tired of having to explain your love of Disney to people?
I mean, Get Off Our Backs!!!

So, since I was Pregnant and we were in Florida, I thought it’d be the best time to recreate a little magic.


We had Annie with us and dropped her off for the night at Disney’s Best Friend Pet Care.
Let me just say, if you have the chance, take your pet here.
It’s absolutely adorable!

The outside of Best Friend’s looks similar to this picture but they’ve smartly changed the fencing to scenes from Lady and the Tramp. There’s also a giant bone and over sized fire hydrant.

Once inside there’s an area for cats, an area for birds and of course one for dogs.
I got to peak in at the Cats and Birds and overall they looked like a wonderful place to stay.
Checking in, they have toys and Disney Collars for sale.

Since she was only staying one night, we asked for the villa.

Once signed in, we were led down a hallway of glass rooms each with one dog inside.
Each room had a corner dog hammock, corner water bowl, a concrete step with a cushy dog pillow on it and the Crème de la Crème : a flat screen TV playing Disney on loop.
There was also a door which led to the bathroom.

I hated to leave her, but she looked happy.
Later in the day she had playtime with other dogs and story time.

(When Stan picked her up she was given a lovely little report card to boot)

After checking into our Hotel, we made a Beeline to Epcot.

While we waited for World Showcase to open, we got the opportunity to look at the last pieces of art they had on display.

Since this was Stan’s only Disney Day and  I’m Pregnant, I was leaving all our plans up to him…except Dinner.
That was covered.
We spent the day with
me window shopping around the world
Stan drinking around the world.

We did watch the American Adventure show.
I had forgotten how moving that was.

Anniversary Dinner

Originally, we were going to have a romantic dinner the weekend before our Catholic Anniversary…but our friend Juice moved out of his apartment and we were housing him for the weekend. (We really like Juice, so it wasn’t a huge deal, but I still wanted our romantic dinner. I bought a special maternity dress for the occasion)
Personally, it worked out well.
We were in Disney World.
Close to both our Wedding Anniversary and our Catholic Anniversary.
We got a reservation at the fancy California Grill.

I was able to get my hair and makeup done, put on my new red maternity dress with the plunging neckline, Stan wore his matching red tie and we were good to go!

Overall, it was a magical evening.

I hope you and your loved ones have a wonderful Sunday
happy Monday.
Thank you for Reading!

Florida – Baby Shower ♡

My Mom and I signed up for the RunDisney Princess 5K back in July, right before I became pregnant.

Because of the Zika Virus I was on the fence about going. I know the only cases were in Dade County, Miami, but it’s scary. I spoke to my Doctor about it and she said that since I was in my third trimester and that I wouldn’t be in the danger zones that it would be all right if I went to Florida…just don’t go out into the brush or woods looking for trouble.

So, after much consideration we decided to go to Florida.

Friends of ours just had their Baby Girl in the beginning of February.
The Weekend before the Race Stan had a 4-Day.
It worked out perfectly.

We left Saturday morning and reached Stan’s family by the afternoon.
After dropping Annie off we went straight to see the new Baby.

It was a surreal moment.
Everything was exactly the same except it was completely different.

I went to College with these Friends, Stan went to Elementary School with one and Middle School/High School with the other. They’re our first friends to have a Baby and to see them caring for such a tiny human being made me realize just how real this whole thing is.

I really have a tiny being inside me!

Sunday – 19 – February – 2017

From Stan’s Best Friend to one of My Best Friends,
we had a delicious Breakfast with my Friend who kept me alive in Ireland, Leigh ❤

Leigh is one of the best cooks I know and her specialty is definitely Breakfast,
Sunday she made us sticky buns, baked eggs and croissants.

Then I had to rush over to meet my Grandma for lunch…or so I thought.

We had planned to have lunch at this very special restaurant my Grandfather used to take us to. It over looks the water and is right next to where he used to keep his boat. This was also the place I ate Grouper for the first time 😛

When we arrived at the restaurant we turned the corner and saw all of my Florida friends and family! The biggest surprise of all was that my Mom and Godmother were there! They had flown in for the occasion.
I felt kind of bad because I’m not very outwardly expressive with my emotions.
But I was a bit overwhelmed.
I don’t know if you can relate but sometimes you can feel so down in the dumps focusing on how lonely you feel but then times like these remind you of just how loved you truly are.

I may not have made a big deal
I seriously got choked up seeing everyone
witnessing all of the love that surrounds me.

Overall, it was a wonderful weekend.

Thank you for Reading!

International Women’s Day 2017

Since I’m not currently working full-time I don’t have a place I can skip today.

So, I’ve decided to celebrate in other ways:
Getting Caught up with,
listening to the Women in Pop Radio Station on Pandora
Wearing Red when I took Annie for our walk,
most importantly,
I took time for myself and kept my Pregnant feet up on the couch.

I just want to give a Shout out to all the Women in my life.

To my Aunts who work hard at Thankless Jobs and are constantly there for me,
To each of my amazing girlfriends who are so creatively passionate in their endeavors.

To my Mother-in-Law and Sister-in-Law for welcoming into the family with open arms and never make me feel awkward.

To my Grandma who is much stronger than she believes
and to most importantly
my Mother.
Who is constantly putting others before herself without hesitation
my forever Best Friend.

I salute each and every one of you today.
Keep Pushing Forward!

A friend of mine posted on Facebook today, stating that International Men’s Day is November 19. At first, I just laughed, isn’t every day Men’s Day? But then when I seriously thought about it, this is equality. This is what Feminism is all about.

There’s a special Day for Women and a special Day for Men.
It’s that simple.

Since we’re still striving towards Equality,
today Women participated in a Strike.

Another Friend of mine posted this Article:
Can’t take off for the Women’s Strike? Here are 21 ways to show your support.

I know it’s too late to really do many of these but these are all things you can do
all year round.

If you need the short version, here’s the list:
(But make sure to read the full article when you have a chance!)

  1. Take part in an International Women’s Day event in your community.

  2. Wear red to show your support.

  3. Learn more about women in the labor movement.

  4. Dine out at a woman- or minority-owned restaurant.

  5. Join or support your local women’s chamber of commerce.

  6. Stream films by female directors.

  7. Support female artists and performers in your community.

  8. Freshen up your timeline and follow female leaders, scientists, writers, and performers on Twitter.

  9. Call or write your legislator and share where you stand on living wage, equal pay, family leave, reproductive justice, and maternal health issues.

  10. Look up the next town hall in your area.

  11. Contribute what you can to different women’s groups and nonprofits.

  12. Buy a box of Girl Scout cookies.

  13. You’ve got friends who should run for office. Tell them.

  14. Find your inner RBG, or at least attempt one of her intense workouts.

  15. Celebrate the women in your life and thank them for the work they do.

  16. Inspire the next generation of brave women with picture books.

  17. Donate new packages of pads and tampons to shelters.

  18. Take a minute for yourself.

  19. Be an ally for other women you work with.

  20. Watch speeches from the Women’s March to remember why you’re fighting and stay inspired.

  21. Share why you’re striking or why you’d like to strike with your network.

Here’s another interesting article from Amy Poehler’s Smart Girls

March 8th: A Day Without A Woman

If you’re having trouble thinking of a film you can watch, Buzzfeed has this fun little quiz with plenty of fun films for you to indulge in today!

How Many Of These Movies By Female Directors Have You Seen?

Thank you for Reading!

I’ll leave you with a little humor…



Baby Thoughts

Please forgive my absence, first I didn’t have much to write about during February, other than getting ready for Baby.
Then I didn’t have time to sit down and write!

C’est la Vie.

I’m back and ready to go!

As I was saying Life was pretty normal there. I was given the Okay by my Doctor to start exercising again. So, Annie and I have been walking about a mile a day. I’ve been eating healthy and aside from my growing bump, I’m starting to feel like myself again.

Speaking of Bump.

I don’t know about other pregnant women, but I keep forgetting that I actually have a Baby inside me.

And I know Annie and Stan are probably getting tired of me forgetting that I’ve gained the extra weight 😛 I find myself moving around like I’m light as a feather! Or I’ll try to sneak behind chairs or through tiny corridors forgetting that I’m longer in the front and back.

So, I guess that’s a good thing in a way. Meaning, it’s good that I don’t see myself as FAT. My Mom hates it when pregnant women call themselves fat or when other people try to Fat Shame pregnancy. Which, as a Pregnant Woman is a hard trap not to fall into. I find myself constantly slipping into comparing myself to other pregnancies. Wondering if I’m gaining too much too soon and what not.

Which is absurd, because everyone is different. Everyone’s body is going to gain in different ways. So as long as you’re not hurting yourself or the Baby by gaining TOO much, then you really shouldn’t worry…

Easier said than done

Back to the fluffy stuff, I find myself forgetting that I’m pregnant all the time.

As I was saying, I forget my size until I look at my side view in the mirror.

And the flitter of baby’s feet inside my tummy didn’t really feel like tiny feet for the longest time. Even now! Though once I actually started to see my tummy move on its own…it makes it that much more real though I could just have an alien inside me 😛

Overall, the threat of the Zika Virus has been my main concern throughout these past 8 months. I’ve been forcing myself to stay inside unless absolutely necessary. And then I would only wear pants and long sleeves and slather on the bug spray. Now that I’m further along and it’s colder outside, I’m still wearing my long pants, covering my ankles and using bug spray but I’m no where near as stressed.

I’m going to leave you with that for now.

I hope you’re doing well and that you had an awesome February!

And as you saw from my Instagram, you can guess what my next Post will be about…


Thank you for Reading.


Please wish me Luck, I gave up sweets for Lent.
(except for a Baby Shower, of course!)

Rest in Peace, Ms. Moore

Mary Tyler Moore

December 29, 1936 – January 25, 2017

I can’t remember the first time I saw Mary Tyler Moore on TV.

It was either her performance as the progressive Laura Petrie on The Dick Van Dyke Show (’61-’66) or her brilliant and truly groundbreaking performance as Mary Richards on The Mary Tyler Moore Show (’70-’77).

I thought The Dick Van Dyke Show was funny but I loved The Mary Tyler Moore Show. I used to watch it all the time with my Mom. I used to reenact Mary throwing her hat into the air on the playground at school. I dreamed of putting a Giant M on my wall and when I was old enough to buy one I did just that.

Click here for reference

Overall, she was an inspiration to so many women around the world. I wasn’t alive when The Mary Tyler Moore Show was airing new episodes but she still touched my soul.

Having the Women’s March on Washington only days before her death seems like a bittersweet ending for this Feminist Icon.
How many women who marched on Saturday was touched by Mary Richards?

Moore was a trained dancer before she went on to acting. Moore would go on to state, “I’m a failed dancer but a successful actress”. Her big break being the Dick Van Dyke Show. Back then women were made to be flawlessly dressed on television which included wives to wear pearls and skirts even when cleaning the house. Mary Tyler Moore objected this standard and insisted on pants. Since none of her friends cleaned in heels. The studio settled on Moore being allowed to wear capris pants.

Moore started The Mary Tyler Moore Show, a show about a career focused woman succeeding in a male dominated field while casually dating men without the end game of marriage. Mary Richards was not focused on finding a husband, she lived on her own and did her own things. Never having to apologize for it. Moore was not the first actress to portray a career woman, that title would go to Marlo Thomas’s Ann Marie from That Girl (’66-’71). Moore has commented on this fact saying, “Anne Marie opened the door and Mary Richards walked right through it”. The show did not sit back on purely featuring Mary Richards as a single independent woman, they also focused on many controversial topics of the times, subjects such as, equal pay for women, pre-marital sex, homosexuality, marital infidelity and divorce, as well as infertility, and adoption.

The Mary Tyler Moore Show was produced by MTM, the Production Company Moore cofounded with her second husband, Grant Tinker. Making her her own Producer, much like Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz with Desilu Studios.

Over her career Moor accumulated a lengthy list of Awards:

  • Seven Emmy awards, two for Dick Van Dyke, four for Mary Tyler Moore and her last was for her role in the 1993 miniseries, Stolen Babies.
  • Three Golden Globes, one for Dick Van Dyke, one for Mary Tyler Moore and one for the 1980 film, Ordinary People.
  • She also received an Oscar nomination for Best Actress for her role in the film.
  • In 2012, Moore received the Screen Actors Guild’s Lifetime Achievement Award.


Although she had a successful career, Moore has been dealt with a lifetime of heart-break. Her Father was emotionally distant, her mother was an alcoholic, her sister, Elizabeth died of a drug overdose in 1978 and in 1992 she assisted her terminally ill brother, John in trying to commit suicide but it was unsuccessful.  He died three months later from Kidney Cancer. Most tragic of all her only child, her son, Richie died after an accident involving a gun in 1980. (The gun he owned was later recalled). Despite of all this tragedy, Moore kept pushing forward and kept smiling.

Which is good advice for anyone in despair. Things happen and life deals you some bad hands. You can either let that define you or you can pick yourself up and keep on truckin’.

Keep Smiling.

I’ll leave you with this iconic scene from The Mary Tyler Moore Show.


Thank you for Reading.

*Some Fun Facts*

Producers wanted “someone like Betty White” to play Sue-Anne Nivens. Eventually, someone asked “Why not cast Betty White?”

Reportedly Mary Tyler Moore told the producers she was older than she really was in order to get the role of Laura. This fact was later incorporated in episode The Dick Van Dyke Show: Laura’s Little Lie (1963) in which Rob and Laura have to get re-married in The Dick Van Dyke Show: Very Old Shoes, Very Old Rice (1963) because Laura had lied about her age, telling Rob she was 19 in reality, she was only a 17 year young damsel.

Jack Cassidy was offered the role of Ted Baxter. He turned it down because he didn’t want to be in the supporting cast of a female-led show. Cassidy later guest starred as Ted’s brother.

Dick Van Dyke and Mary Tyler Moore played a married couple so convincingly on the show that many viewers actually thought they were married in real life. They did in fact become very close – “like siblings”, as Dick Van Dyke said – and both admit they had crushes on each other while the show was in production. They have remained close friends ever since.

She could turn the World on with her Smile!


Strawberry Pie & Jedi

I know I’ve been pretty heavy lately so today I’m going to lighten the mood a bit:

Yesterday I was pretty obsessed with Pies.

With it being a Pie day and all.

Not Pi as in 3.14 (March 14th) but just a regular random pie.

I haven’t baked a pie since 2016 but I also didn’t have any of the filling ingredients on hand so what was I to do?

But, I couldn’t get Pie Day out of my head.
I had gotten the bug.

Then I started to think about Star Wars Episode VIII and the reveal of its title:


and it hit me….Strawberry Pie.

So, I hoped in the car for an impromptu midnight snack…could you say a pregnancy craving, perhaps?

Since it was a last-minute decision I used an extremely simple pie recipe.

All you need for the filling is:
white sugar
heavy whipping cream (optional)

  1. Then I sliced less than half of the strawberries and set aside the rest. I placed half of the halved strawberries into the bottom of the baked pie crust.
  2. Then mash the rest of the strawberries, add the sugar and put everything in a sauce pan.
  3. Bring to a Boil (Stir).
  4. In another bowl combine the cornstarch and water and whisk.
  5. Slowly add mixture to the boiling sauce pan.
  6. Reduce heat and simmer mixture until thickened, about 10 minutes (Keep stirring).
  7. Pour mixture into the baked pie crust and add the remaining half berries to the top.
  8. This is when I added my top pie crust and I baked for about 9 minutes at425° (because I love Double Crusts 🙂 )
  9. Chill before serving (Since this was a late night venture I didn’t get to chill for hours).

    *In a small bowl, whip cream until soft peaks form. Serve each slice of pie with a dollop of whipped cream.

Click here for the finished product!

It was good last night when we had a slice.

Lets see how it tastes after chilling over night!
(update: it too was good)

Now let’s get down to the important stuff.

Which of course is:


Like most fans I’ve been waiting for this announcement since walking out of the theater the early hours of December 18th.

And the suspense has been…well, on the one hand I just want to see the trailer.
I cannot wait.
But on the other hand, I’m a patient person and a firm believer in:
good things come to those who wait.

Yesterday morning, my husband simply texted : The Last Jedi.

I didn’t know what that meant until I got on the computer for the day.

So deliciously cryptic. What could that possibly mean?

The easy question would be:

Is Luke going to be killed leaving Rey as the last Jedi?

Back in A New Hope there were two living Jedi, though could you count Luke yet?

And what about Darth Vader, a fallen Jedi?

Mark Hamill reminded everyone yesterday that the singular and plural form of Jedi is indeed Jedi.

So are Luke and Rey the last Jedi?

And is Kylo Ren still considered a Jedi?

So, the bigger question on my mind is when will a trailer or teaser appear?

So, now I will patiently wait for the trailer that seems like it will never come.

But at least we’re one step closer.


Thank you for Reading!

Post Script

For some the Disney Fans, here are two links to brighten your day!

17 Disney Posts That’ll Make You Realize Some Shit

27 Jokes About Disney That Are Actually Hilarious