JEDDAH, KSA – “Kingdom of Saudi, meet the Magic Kingdom,” announced Disney CEO Michael Eisner at the opening of his empire’s latest theme park in Jeddah.
The park, which had been plagued with various construction delays for the past 14 years (mostly due to heavy modifications for Disney to conform to traditional Islamic etiquette), was finally finished early this month.
Popular Disney characters such as Minnie Mouse, who is famous for flaunting herself around in a mini-skirt, now can be seen strutting in the customary hijab and jilbab forcing Mickey to lower his gaze.”We only recieved about 4 bomb threats this morning, which is always a good low number for this time of year,” stated Mujabr El-Mukhara bin Lulu, a local deputy.
In general, local-area residents welcomed the park’s grand opening. SauDisney represents a vast change for the landscape of a country that usually consists of bedouins, camels, and the ocassional mini-mall.Other modifications include the replacement Disney’s popular “Gay Day” in favor of “No-Gay Day.”
“This is a much-needed change from the same old stupid camel rides,” raved Afeef Abdul-Majeed.
Eisner enthusiastically closed the opening cermonies by pointing out, “Mickey loves everyone, even you people.”