Disney has removed a depressing tweet about a broken Pinocchio

Disney has removed a depressing tweet about a broken Pinocchio

Readers have responded to it differently.

The official Disney account on Twitter appeared to surprise many users post with the caption: “When someone praises you, but you’re dead inside.” It included a GIF with a fragment from the cartoon “Pinocchio”.

Disney just deleted the “dead inside” tweet. pic.twitter.com/bebFlBQW3m

— Ryan Parker (@TheRyanParker) April 9, 2018

Subscribers reacted to the publication in different ways: someone was surprised were atypical of the tweet (usually Disney publishes optimistic selections), for someone to tweet has become an occasion for jokes. Others suggested that the one who leads Twitter, personal problems. May need a hug.

After a few hours the post was removed without explanation, and the account began to appear as a normal entry.

the fact that Disney is whipping out depression jokes would kill me if I wasn’t already dead

— slute (@whoreylamb) April 9, 2018

“The fact that Disney jokes about depression would have killed me if I hadn’t already been dead.”

Disney media worker: what’s something the teens say nowadays
someone: idk my daughter used to joke about being “dead inside” like that was some everyday thing. must be a teenager thing to say.
dmw: oh okay thanks.

— Kommo-o Kisser (@SyntaxAero) April 9, 2018

“Disney employee: “What are you talking about teenagers?” Someone: “I don’t know, but my daughter jokes that she is “dead inside”, like it’s some everyday thing. Probably, Teens and communicate”. Disney employee: “Oh, well, thank you.”