WARNING: If you’re serious about your Walt Disney World fandom and can’t appreciate some dark humor when the Magic Kingdom is the topic, then by all means, PLEASE skip this post! But if you have an open mind, and can appreciate a little satire, irony and a gleam in an artist’s eye, even when it’s at the expense of The Most Magical Place On Earth and its surrounding areas, then, by all means, keep on reading!
I saw this “Judgmental Map of The Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World” not long ago and chuckled quite a bit. I’ll admit the map isn’t 100% up-to-date anymore, but if you’ve walked through WDW in the past several years, you may laugh at it, too. “Circus Tents With Stores Instead of An Actual Circus.” “Fastpass…Sold Out!” “Worst Spot Ever To Watch A Live Show”…they’ve got it all! Fair warning…there’s a little (or sometimes more than a little) political incorrectness here and there, and a few words and concepts that are NSFW, but overall, funny stuff! Just click here to see a larger size on JudgementalMaps.coms’ website.
And if you’re a fan of travel, check out the other maps they have…NYC, London (or London2), San Francisco, Budapest, Key West, Calgary and, my home (complete with “Food Stamps & Pit Bulls,” “White People Museums” and “Apartments Pretending to Be Windermere,” Orlando (it’s more than just theme parks, I promise!).
Keep on smiling and I hope you have a good rest of your day!
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