- Alternative Character Interpretation:
- After the 3rd story, the inverted Mickey from the first one is sometimes interpreted as merely a manifestation of a greater evil which caused the catastrophe in Room Zero.
- The Gascots are shown to mostly appear to people who learn about Room Zero. Given that they are heavily implied to be the ghosts of the people who died there, it's possible they're hoping to find someone who will bring the truth of what happened to the world.
- Disney itself in "Corruptus". Due to the Corruptus being born of people's thoughts and emotions, Disney's cover-ups become less a case of preserving their image and more utter desperation to keep more from being born.
- Critical Research Failure:
- The writer apparently didn't know Disney would never dream of calling their costumed characters mascots. As any Disney nerd worth their salt knows they're cast members. It's a small detail, but one that can break willing suspension of disbelief right before The Reveal. Later addressed in "Corruptus" where he admits this mistake and chalks it up to fear.
- This isn't a problem with the creepypasta itself, but almost every single fanwork related to this pasta (including the Know Your Meme page) claims that this story takes place at the real-life Treasure Island resort in the Bahamas. Treasure Island is mentioned, but the story itself actually takes place at a fictional abandoned resort called Mowgli's Palace, located in North Carolina. What makes this so glaring is that this fact is mentioned less than half a page into the pasta.
- Fridge Brilliance The carving "ABANDONED BY GOD" in Mowgli's Palace takes on a whole new meaning if you know that The Jungle Book (1967) was the last movie Walt Disney worked on. Wouldn't you feel abandoned if you were a fictional character whose original creator died?
- The "thick, chunky yellow blood" mentioned in the last paragraphs of the original story comes off more hilarious than frightening after such a well-written build-up to the final encounter.
- The whole "Inverted Mickey" thing is hard to take seriously or even see as frightening because the use of "photo negative" imagery is a very cliched trope in web-based horror.
- Paranoia Fuel: Hoo boy. Disney theme parks will never be the same. Not just Disney parks though, but anything related to Disney, especially when you take into account how vast Disney is around the world.
- Squick: The possessed mascot in "A Few Suggestions" killing Frank and stuffing his body in a toilet. When Frank's body is discovered, the mascot laughs at the fact that he looks like "a bad-looking plate of mashed potatoes".
- Spiritual Adaptation: The famed 2017 horror game Bendy and the Ink Machine could be seen as this for the creepypasta, given that it shares numerous similarities such as the concept of an abandoned Disney-esque area being corrupted by an eldritch horror.
- Unconventional Learning Experience: Mowgli's Palace may be fictional, but the Treasure Island resort wasn't. In addition, the "utilidors" are a real thing, as are the in-park apartments and exclusive clubs. Disney employees have said they can do just about anything at Disney parks except drop their kids off at school.
YMMV / Abandoned by Disney