0:12- getting your parents to pay between $105-$124 to get your through the gate into Disney World is not going to grant you the ability to emit sparkling light from your hands or transform into a princess. Demonic Powers are Not Included with Entry, sorry.
0:16- unless you are going to Disney World in the dead of winter- and even then- you aren't going to be doing a lot of running into exhibits. You will, however, be doing a lot of standing in lines. I love how Disney World is never even remotely crowded in these ads.
0:19- that popcorn probably cost twenty bucks. What spoiled rotten little brat.
0:28- we discussed this just seconds ago. Your entry fee does not include actual magical powers. And that doesn't just preclude the power to emit light from your hands. It also means you won't be making the other 58,000 (estimated daily average) visitors get out of your way when you want to run to attractions or hug underpaid college students dressed up like cartoon mice or part like the Red Sea when you want to go on Your Very Favorite Ride or stand in Exactly the Right Spot to Get That Picture in front of the fake Castle Just Like Those People On TV.
This ad doesn't show the amazing Disney Resort that most of the people shown in these commercials stay at, but I'll add that if you do get mom and dad to take out a second mortgage and bring you to Disney World, the room you get won't actually include a spectacular view of the fake castle mentioned in the previous paragraph. A personal visit from Tinker Bell is also not guaranteed and, in fact, extremely unlikely.
By the way, none of this looks even closely related to Fun. Maybe it's just me, but I'll take Hersheypark followed by dinner at Friendly's and a comfortable bed at the local Red Roof over this any day of the week and twice on Sundays. And I won't have to take out a second mortgage to do it. Win-win.