What the blogger thinks about the great Disney Emu vs. Turkey leg mystery.


There is much controversy and disagreement about the “turkey” legs served at Disney’s theme parks. The nation is in turmoil and friendships have been severed.  Tensions tear apart the dinner table and Donald Trump watches on in awe.


Some say yes…some say no.


Does Disney use umu legs in place of turkey legs?







Zachary Levi may be starring in Disney’s TV installment of the Rapunzel-inspired flick Tangled, but that hasn’t stopped the actor from spreading some fowl rumors about the turkey legs at Walt’s theme parks. In a recent appearance on Conan, SoCal-native Levi shared this tidbit: “I have friends that have worked for Disneyland, and I was talking about how the turkey legs tasted more like ham than they did like turkey, and they said, well they’re actually emu.” Conan O’Brien — to his credit — wasn’t buying it, chalking the whole thing up to an urban myth, but Levi insisted he heard it on very good authority.







Want to know what I think? I don’t give a flying crap. I don’t. I do my very best to avoid going to any Disney-related frivolity. Disney is utter garbage. Talking animals and the cult of naiveté rendered to suck in young children and brainwash them into being diligent and mindless consumers and purveyors of this facade of passivity.


Screw Disney.


Everything Disney is a recreation of something, of reality, anyhow, so why is it such a shock that they can’t just use turkey legs without indulging in make believe?