Apparently a sugar-covered Mickey Waffle is a little TOO much, because a recent DFB Facebook photo was flagged with a trigger warning!?
Everybody relax. No need to panic. But a Mickey Waffle just broke the Internet.
Here we are, minding our own Disney business as usual, posting photos of Disney World snacks as we usually do. We posted a Facebook photo of our Mickey Waffle (which looked pretty perfect if we do say so ourselves), along with the phrase, “Your first @ has to take you on a Disney World vacation.”
Seems innocent enough, right? Well, Facebook was SHOOK, and the image for some strange reason was flagged as “sensitive content,” with the warning that “this photo may show violent or graphic content.” Umm WHAT!
Unless powdered sugar is considered “graphic,” we beg to differ! And our readers had a LOT to say about it too! The comments came FLOODING in with this one. A reader posed the question on everyone’s mind: “What’s so dangerous about a Mickey waffle exactly? This has to be a joke right?”
Another comment was a tad more understanding: “I can see why it’s graphic content for someone like me, as I would kill for one of those right now drizzled with strawberries and syrup.”
Then there was this astute observation: “Well, it is naked without strawberries and whipped cream.” The mystery of the graphic Mickey Waffle = solved!
Thank you, Facebook, for the LOL!
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Why do YOU think our Mickey Waffle was flagged as “graphic content”? Let us know in the comments!