Christian Comedian John Crist's 'Every Parent at Disney' Video Goes Viral


Disneyland: the happiest place on Earth. It’s full of wonder, light and sound, but sometimes the festivities can get to you.

How much fun you have at Disneyland is often related to whether or not you are responsible for anyone when you go. If you’re a child, you have the freedom to take in all the magic.

If you’re a parent, you prepare for war.

Along with all the magic, there are parents trying to let their kids experience everything without breaking the bank.

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Comedian John Crist, well-known for his hilarious (mis)application of Bible verses to everyday situations, has struck again with a side-splitting video that’s funny because it’s so true.

As he films himself rushing around Disneyland with panicked looks and a desperate parental edge to his voice, he spits out lines that are undeniably relatable.

“Listen, Rebecca, she’s not coming out today, okay. That dream to meet Elsa? You’d better let it go.”

“No, you cannot have Goofy-shaped chicken nuggets. Sit down, your mother brought ham sandwiches.”

“We’re not waiting an hour and a half for impressions of France, okay? Eat a baguette and lose a World War, that’s my impression of France. Let’s go to Space Mountain.”

“$45 for bedazzled mouse ears? Baby, you want these or you want to go to college?”

“We made it to the happiest place on Earth. It’s 9:00 a.m., I’ve got to schedule every minute of our day until 9 p.m. Pay attention and stay close.”

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“I just flew my family halfway across America to visit Disney, and all my home-school kids want to do is visit the hall of presidents?”

“We have been here for ten hours. I mean, my love language is quality time, but not this much.”

“Well hurry up. Make believe your feet aren’t sore. This is Disney. Use your imagination.”

“Oh great. Now my wife wants a photo with Gaston. PERFECT.”

“Oh, you want to go to A Small World all by yourself, huh? Well, it’s going to turn into a pretty big world when you come outside and can’t find your parents.”

Which of these could you relate most to?

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