Friday, May 24, 2013

Gay Days 2013

I'm not going to Gay Days, I have to work every day that it's on. I thought I'd share my thoughts on the ridiculous statement made by One MillIon Moms

June 1 Gay Pride Day at Disney
As soon as school lets out at the end of May, many families will plan to take their family vacation right away. Tens of thousands will make reservations in Orlando, Florida, for the first weekend in June. Warning! Not everyone there will be excited, innocent children anticipating a fun weekend at Disney World.
Um, hi, yeah. You're kids are going to be fucking excited. THEY'RE GOING TO DISNEY WORLD

The first Saturday in June, homosexuals, bisexuals and transvestites will be at the Magic Kingdom with an agenda and purpose different than what would be expected at Disney.
So the 160,000 LGBT revellers that are attending this years 23rd Annual Gay Days aren't there to enjoy the theme parks for what they are? They're there to just have sex and fuck shit up aren't they, cause as a Disney gay, that's totally what I plan on doing every day. I plan on waking up, having my morning cup of tea, then decide how I can most offend the conservative minds of the 8 year old audience.
Homosexuals will be celebrating the 23rd anniversary of Gay Day wearing matching Gay Day merchandise, such as T-shirts.
OOOOOHHHHHH T-shirts are totally going to make your kid gay!
There will also be transvestites dressed in drag showing their support for the event.
There you go again with another wrong statement. Transvestite is such a negative term used to describe someone who according to wikipeidaare clinical terms that carry potentially negative connotations or implications of mental illness. It's just drag, nothing more nothing less. When your daughter borrows her boyfriends jacket because she's cold, she becomes a transvestite because she's wearing mens clothes.
This event is planned with the intent to expose and desensitize children to this lifestyle by same-sex couples holding hands, hugging and kissing. In short, a Gay Day participant's main goal is to be seen versus seeing Disney World.
In past years when we have contacted Disney representatives about this same issue, their response was simply that they do not sponsor this event.
:O you got something right!? Disney is only home the event, the third party company Gay Days is the organisation responsible for 22 years of gay pride.  For many, Gay Days is treated just like a regular vacation, much like the one you're taking your children on.  The people attending are here to experience Disney just like you are.
On June 1, unsuspecting families will witness a well-orchestrated event that Disney says they have no control over. Disney has taken no action to stop this, which leaves families stunned and offended. So instead of a normal day at this popular theme park, parents will be angry at the harm this causes families.
Disney has been irresponsible for far too long. Disney representatives and security need to maintain a family-friendly atmosphere and require proper conduct and dress code on a daily basis.
Apparently this is what all gay men wear.

Parents who have already made travel plans to be in Orlando during this time should make arrangements to visit a park other than the Magic Kingdom on Saturday, June 1.
Take Action:
Please click on the following link to send your email to Disney's CEO and other Disney officials urging the park to no longer "go along" with Gay Day. Disney should monitor this day and event for public displays of affection and require proper conduct and appropriate attire. This should always be policed, but especially on Gay Day.
ooh sorry again, I'm fairly certain the the Guest Correspondence team don't really care for your stupidity and you'll get the same answer everyone else is, that Disney doesn't run the event.  If you, so badly, want Disney to ban the gays from entering their theme parks and resorts, looks like you won't have anyone to serve you your Mickey Premium Ice Cream Bar, or take your order at the new Be Our Guest restaurant. If you don't think that's bad, then also say goodbye to all the parades and to meeting your child's favourite characters, no more Goofy, no more Mickey and certainly no Princes.  I'm not saying that the princes are gay, they're not, they're all happily in love with their respective princesses, I'm saying that majority of their friends are gay.

I really gotta say One Million Moms, you sure are spastic in the head, not a mental disability, you're just retarded.

Friday, December 28, 2012

let's be honest

There are certain people who work in my department here that, how to put this nicely, get everything handed to them on a silver platter.  Take for instance the girls who go to auditions, get asked to stay behind everyone else for a fitting and then somehow get the idea that they are going to be friends with said character they had a fitting for.

In all honesty, having that opportunity is a privilege.  Dancing in a parade or show is a privilege.  For some reason they miss the whole reason they were hired into this company, it's to don grey shirts and blue sweats and hang out with some famous furry friends.

This is what they are doing
Take for example a story a friend told me about one of his groups of new performers.  He told me that one girl was adamant that because she had had a fitting in Cinderella's dress, she was going to be dancing and singing just like Cindy does in her movie.  He gave her a reality check and told her that she would be spending majority of her time walking Pluto.

Then comes the CP's who get everything.  It seems nowadays all the princesses are still in college.  And of course because you get to play in the parks with them that makes you 100 times better than everyone else.

I really think that the people in charge need to wake up to all the bitchiness that is caused by people getting handed things so freely and change the way they do things, so that it can go back to the way it used to be where people had to earn their right to be in said show, parade or costume.

Friday, September 21, 2012

roommate issues

Following on two days after our less than happy welcoming, we received a new roommate. His name was Pavlo. Pavlo was a homophobe. He told us that he was moving in because the place he was originally at was disgusting. We didn't see him much, he was always visiting friends till late at night. Two days after he arrived, he left. Apparently it was because the housing people made an error and were going to force him to pay the $100 moving fee. We heard rumours that he moved out because we left our sex toys laying around the apartment. Another one was the Josh and Chris met the first day and had sex in every room. A few nights later our friend Brii, confronted him at a party. He was drinking. Pavlo is underage, that shit can get you termed. Brii told Pavlo off for saying things about her friends. There was no one else around. Pavlo cried. Pavlo got his friends to say they witnessed it. Pavlo's friends reported Brii and made ludicrous accusations against her and what she had said. Brii went to a meeting. They made her sign a confidentially agreement. Brii called her mum in New Zealand. Someone filmed Brii calling her mum. Brii was termed. Pavlo left a few days after and sent Brii a nasty Facebook message. Recently Pavlo's friends have all started leaving, I think they're scared.

Saturday, September 15, 2012

not the best welcome

Welcome to Disney World! The most Magical place on earth.

Yeah, not really. When we arrived at our apartment, it was a pigsty. There was a pile of dirty dishes in the sink, there was clothes strewn all throughout, the place was a total mess. Good thing I didn't get here first, the two boys who arrived before me went to the main reception area and told them, they were all like "oh it should have already been cleaned, i don't believe you." So a manager came up to the apartment, had a look and got Consuela* and her team to clean it, they did a great job. They spent the best part of two hours cleaning.

We then returned home from shopping to find our locks had been changed, and we had to wait three hours for the key man to come and unlock our door, all the while our frozen food perished. The next morning when we went downstairs to collect our new keys, the staff at the front desk were less than helpful. The woman basically said that the locks were changed because someone left our apartment, she couldn't grasp the fact that we had moved in the day before.

So later that day at our housing meeting where we got our ID's that they stretched the pictures to make us look like how we would at the end of our program, fatter, one of my housemates, Chris, spent forever talking to one of the ladies and we got really worried it was something bad, turns out he was just filing a complaint with her because she's second in charge of the housing company. As two of the people in our apartment are over 21 in a wellness apartment, the housing people printed our ID's saying we were under 21, good thing I noticed, or else we wouldn't be able to drink.

The lady that Chris spoke to, settled everything with the people at the front desk, we even got an apology from the woman there who wouldn't believe us. and we ended up getting a gift card to cover the loss of our frozen foods.

Sunday, July 29, 2012


Hello from sunny California.

The past four days have been super busy, I'm really tired now.

Day 1
After spending 15.5 hours on a plane, 5 hours waiting in airports, and an hour getting through customs, I arrived at the terminal entrance for Eer Neuw Zulland. I caught the shuttle bus that would take me to the station so I could catch a train in to get to my hotel. The ticket machines wouldn't accept my card, :/ so I went to "Lindy's Liquor" to get cash out, went back to the station and bought my ticket.

My first night I walked about 7kms to Hollywood and Highland to see Cirque Du Soleil's Iris, it was an amazing show, funny and spectacular. Sadly we weren't allowed to take picture's inside the auditorium, because the Dolby (nee Kodak) Theatre is spectacular. After the sow was over, I decided to go take some photos of the Chinese Theatre all lit up.

Day 2
Today I went on the Paramount Studio Tour. It was really amazing all the TV shows and Movies that have filmed there. Our tour guide, who is also a page, told us about stage 19 and it's association with being the "haunted" stage. If it is, it would make sense seeing as how the Hollywood Forever Cemetery is right over the back wall...

Our tour did manage to catch a glimpse of Scott Bayo (Happy Days), as he walked past our cart in a mullet wig, and a random Cheerio from Glee. We got to see the exterior of the Greendale Community High building which was rather exciting, and turns out they film sections of their show all over the lot. As does Glee. Turns out the studio's dining hall substitutes for BreadSticks and the Studio Store is the Lima Bean Cafe.

I took a trip up to the Disney Soda Fountain and Studio Store to have some lunch, or rather an ice-cream (that came with a limited edition pin). I explored the Ripley's Believe it or Not museum, was really average, and the Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum, which was super impressive.

Day 3
I spent this morning at Universal Studios, it's not really a full day park, especially if you get there just after 7.30 when they've just opened. The first thing I did was ride the new Transformers ride. It was super impressive, and I was wowed. I skipped out on the mummy because after being jolted around for 8 or so minutes, all I wanted to do was sit and see if I could spot any stars on the backlot. Turns out Weeds was filming that day, super shattered. I freaked out in the house of horrors, why would somebody go through that without friends or people they know? Bitches who do, be cray.

I took in the sights of Far Far Away next, and watched the Shrek 4D movie, Lord Farquadd's banners look like the Facebook symbol, I lolled. WaterWorld was a good show, as was the Special Effects Stage. I didn't want to stand in a queue for ages, so anything that was too long I skipped... I'm definitely going to get a shock at Disneyland.

I got home and found a message on my wall from Colleen about dinner, she said that there was a group heading to Hollywood for dinner and that I should join them. I did. It was nice meeting them, and eating something proper for once.

Friday, July 27, 2012

Camberwell Showtime

Hi Showtime Kids!

I'm sending you all my love and a super big hug all the way from California. Chookas on your opening night. First years, enjoy the excitement and the buzz you get from performing in front of an actual audience. Everyone else remember to smile heaps (DT gives out smile awards), projects and have your head to the front!

Congratulations on an awesome season!


Wednesday, July 25, 2012

departure day

It's finally here, the day I leave for the US. A little part of em is scared, but I know that it's going to be a great experience, and I'll have so much fun, yada yada.

A big shoutout to the amazing cast at Camberwell Showtime, who open in two days on Friday 27th July. Make me proud kids!

I set up a flickr account, you can follow me, and biew all of my wonderful pictures.

Friday, June 15, 2012


It's actually 49 right now, but eh.

So update: I've gotten my visa. I was so nervous, but calm at the same time, I had fellow cast member Sofia with me...

Flights are booked. Tickets to Cirque Du Soleil's Iris, USH, and DL. Now that everything is falling into place, all I have to do is save up more money. From here on out, it's the agonising wait till I leave on July 25.

39 days till I leave :D