Couple wears raunchy 'I gave her the D' T-shirts to DISNEY theme park

Couple sparks UPROAR on Twitter after wearing raunchy ‘I gave her the D’ T-shirts to Disney theme park – with some blasting the ‘offensive’ designs while others insist they’re ‘hilarious’

  • Both T-shirts make use of the letter ‘D’ written in Disney’s signature calligraphy font and read ‘I gave her the D’ and ‘I wanted the D’
  • They play on a double entendre where ‘D’ can stand for both Disney and a piece of male anatomy
  • Similar shirts are available to buy from several websites and Etsy sellers
  • Some social media users find the shirts tacky, offensive, and inappropriate
  • Others argue it’s just a joke and most kids won’t understand it 
  • An unidentified couple has become the subject of furious debate after wearing T-shirts with a sexual message to Disney theme park.

    Both T-shirts make use of the letter ‘D’ written in Disney’s signature calligraphy font — but play on a double entendre where ‘D’ can stand for both Disney and a piece of male anatomy.

    ‘I gave her the D,’ reads the man’s shirt, with a Cinderella’s castle icon after the D.

    ‘I wanted the D,’ reads the woman’s shirt, with the same Cinderella’s castle icon.

    The D: An unidentified couple has become the subject of furious debate after wearing T-shirts with a sexual message to Disney theme park

    The D: An unidentified couple has become the subject of furious debate after wearing T-shirts with a sexual message to Disney theme park

    Not impressed: Sam Carter, a former Disney creative designer, shared the photo on Twitter this weekend with the offensive guests' faces obscured by clown emojis

    Not impressed: Sam Carter, a former Disney creative designer, shared the photo on Twitter this weekend with the offensive guests’ faces obscured by clown emojis

    It’s not clear from the photo where it was taken, though it appears to be somewhere in or near Disney World in Florida or Disneyland in California.

    Members of the crowd walking around the couple are also wearing Disney-themed gear, though it’s all more child-friendly, including shirts with Mickey and Minnie Mouse and another with the Captain America logo.

    But while the two theme parks are family-friendly places that cater to children, the unidentified couple seems unconcerned with making anyone uncomfortable.

    They’re pictured walking hand-in-hand in matching jeans with sweaters tied around their waists, the raunchy message on their shirts easily legible. 

    Sam Carter, a former Disney creative designer, shared the photo on Twitter this weekend with the offensive guests’ faces obscured by clown emojis. 

    Upset: The T-shirts sparked a furious debate on social media, where some voiced their outrage over the 'tacky' designs, while others insisted they were harmless

    Upset: The T-shirts sparked a furious debate on social media, where some voiced their outrage over the ‘tacky’ designs, while others insisted they were harmless 

    ‘D is for Don’t,’ he wrote.

    Some commenters have had similarly disgusted reactions, with one calling the couple ‘kind of tacky.’

    ‘It’s simply not appropriate attire when around children. Not appropriate, shouldn’t be worn. Point blank,’ said another. ‘Kids ask questions. The older kids can read.’

    ‘Complely inappropriate and the couple needs to be punished, period,’ another Twitter user wrote.

    Other commenters called it ‘disturbed,’ ‘cringe,’ and ‘in poor taste.’

    ‘At Disneyland??????? not cute, babe,’ wrote one more. 

    ‘Keep the trash out of the park. The park is for KIDS,’ argued another, while one more Twitter user snapped, ‘People try to hard to be edgy.’

    Gross: Some commenters have had disgusted reactions, with one calling the couple 'kind of tacky'

    Gross: Some commenters have had disgusted reactions, with one calling the couple ‘kind of tacky’

    Yet hardly everyone is upset about the shirts’ R-rated joke — in fact, many Twitter users find it quite funny.

    ‘It’s literally just the letter D. Let people have fun. Damn,’ argued one.

    ‘What a great shirt,’ wrote another, while a third said: ‘Ahh, have a sense of humor. If your children “get it,” then they already joke with their friends about it.’

    ‘This is honestly clever. Nothing to get upset about,’ wrote one more.

    Others called it ‘cute,’ ‘goals,’ ‘hilarious,’ ‘awesome,’ and ‘adorable.’ 

    ‘I don’t mind shirts like this. I just wish people were a little more creative. Tired of seeing the same old Etsy shirt designs over and over and over AND over,’ said one more.

    Fun: Yet hardly everyone is upset about the shirts' R-rated joke — in fact, many Twitter users find it quite funny.

    Fun: Yet hardly everyone is upset about the shirts’ R-rated joke — in fact, many Twitter users find it quite funny.

    In fact, countless websites sell similar T-shirts with the same words and varying designs, with Etsy alone carrying dozens of options.

    Photos of other couples wearing such shirts have been shared on social media — including at least one couple with children in tow. 

    It appears that no one at Disney theme parks took issue with these particular shirts, though the parks to reserve the right to turn away guests wearing clothed deemed to be inappropriate. 

    ‘We reserve the right to deny admission to or remove any person wearing attire that we consider inappropriate or attire that could detract from the experience of other Guests,’ reads Disney World’s website.

    Similar T-shirts can be found on several websites, and photos of other couples wearing such shirts have been shared on social media — including at least one couple with children in tow

    Similar T-shirts can be found on several websites, and photos of other couples wearing such shirts have been shared on social media — including at least one couple with children in tow