There are a lot of ways to be really into Disney as an adult. You can go on a Disney cruise , attend the three-day Disney convention , or get married at one of the parks. Suddenly, in 2013, a whole new vein of fandom sprouted: Disneyland social clubs. Like an oddly wholesome motorcycle gang, members wear denim vests festooned with Disney trading pins on the front. On the back are patches bearing the image of their club's totem character. Many members own annual passes and visit Disneyland frequently. Some members have tattoos of Walt Disney himself. Each club has its own bent: Some are named after movie characters while others focus on features of the parks themselves. But the denim vests are a mainstay. "We wanted something we could be comfortable...
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