I love Disney channel and the movies. The animators always sneak funny reverences in their for older audiences like the bubble volcano from the fish tank in Nemo is called Mt. Want to Hock a Lugie.The Disney collection in my house was there before we had our son. Bee enjoy Phineas and Ferb as a family. The cartoon has spoofed and references 80s 90s pop culture all the time. They spoofed Monty python, comic con, lord of the rings, king Arthur, star wars. It's great! There are some shows on their I think are just goofy, but most of its still better and funny than the near porn you find on regular cable during primetime. (we are 35)
I don't know.. I watch Littlest Pet Shop and My Little Pony and I'm 13 XD And I love Disney Channel movies and stuff and if there's nothing really on occasionally I used to watch it but they removed those channels from my TV so all I have now is little kid cartoons:) Oh well I like them to be honest! L.O.L.!
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I know an 11 year old that watches barney caillou (I have no idea how to spell it ) and one more but I forgot it no not of course not no one will judge you I still like Disney also Liam from one direction admitted that he loves toy story and he is going to be 20 on August 29! so watch it if you want
I'm 14 and I admit I still watch a little Good Luck Charlie here and there! I watch Sam and Cat on Nick sometimes. I watch Dance Moms and Toddlers and Tiaras and a lot of other shows too but Disney is for everyone and its a big part of my childhood so no it's perfectly fine! (:
I don't see the big problem by watching Disney channel im 15 and I still watch it, its your life you can do whatever you want I really can see the problem because most people on Disney channel are like 15 and over =]
I watch Disney Channel all the time and I'm older than 15. Though there aren't many good shows any more, Good Luck Charlie is okay, but Suite Life of Zach and Cody, That's So Raven, Wizards of Waverly Place, and even Hannah Montana were great! Nick is the same way, I miss Zoey 101 and Drake and Josh!!!
I would watch with my daughter and her brother 8 and 10 years older than her.The whole family would watch Bleach, Naruto, Inuyasha, Zack and Cody, and all the Disney TV classics like Rescue Rangers, Duck Tales, and movies. My daughter and I went to see Princess and the Frog when it came out, and Tangled the year after and the evening shows were not only little kids, but all ages, heavily in the junior high age and adults. My daughter is 16 1/2, a junior in high school now and her room is all teen except for all her framed Disney posters, one shelf of Disney plushies and Disney DVDs.
It is not what you watch, it is not what you collect, it is how you act that will determine how other people react to what you do and enjoy. If you act like a baby, they may use that to support what they think about you. If you act responsible, sensible, and self-assured (that last one will go a long way), you will not care what some twit thinks.