It’s been less than a week since Disney+ dropped, and people have already coined a term for, well, making a move on someone while watching something on the new streaming service. “Disney Plus and thrust” is trending on social sites, leading to a slew of jokes and memes.
“20 mins into Disney Plus and thrust and “The Hunch back of Norte Dame” turns into Arch that back more Madam,” user @Hdoubleos wrote.
20 mins into Disney Plus and thrust and “The Hunch back of Norte Dame” turns into Arch that back more Madam pic.twitter.com/LomDTQjeeX— RP2 (@Hdouble0s) November 15, 2019
Her: Netflix and chill?— JackStoned (@MrJackSTONED) November 14, 2019
Me: Nah we off that, how bout Disney plus and thrust?
I got Disney plus 2 days ago and not one woman has thrown herself at me to “Disney plus and thrust” and I’m pissed about it— Harry (@Harrington617) November 16, 2019
Is it maybe kind of creepy that people are getting it on while kid’s movies play in the background? You decide.
“Y’all trynna ‘disney plus and thrust’ while watching that’s so raven and in the middle all you gonna hear is,” user @raineraineh wrote.
y’all trynna “disney plus and thrust” while watching that’s so raven and in the middle all you gonna hear is pic.twitter.com/jgaDOt9LSK— raine (@raineraineh) November 14, 2019
Netflix and Chill is a phrase that started appearing in 2014 and is commonly used as a suggestive invitation to hook up with someone. But now that there are several streaming services beyond Netflix, people are creating new slang terms. Not all of them are as catchy as Netflix and Chill. And, as evidenced by “Disney Plus and thrust,” some of these new terms are purposefully cringe-inducing.
Let’s hope “Disney Plus and thrust” doesn’t stick.