Universal’s Orlando theme park has added a glitter-farting troll to its character line-up, attracting fame on Twitter.
The daily meet and greet with the characters from Trolls usually features Poppy and Branch. Recently, a sparkly purple troll named Guy Diamond has also been added to the event.
Guy Diamond does a short dance, and then farts confetti.
The character has attracted lots of attention on Twitter, with viral Tweets joking about the character – including the suggestion that he should star in next year’s Superbowl Half Time Show:
— Jake Coonfare (@JakeCoonfare) February 4, 2019
And another user that was thankful to the character:
I hate the troll that farts glitter but I appreciate Universal for making me feel something again
— alex (normal) 🇩🇴🇦🇷 (@disneyjail) February 3, 2019
UK theme park Thorpe Park got in on the action:
Based on recent theme park industry trends, we’ve decided to reconfigure Stealth so that it now farts glitter with every launch 🎢💨✨
— THORPE PARK Resort (@THORPEPARK) February 4, 2019
There were comparisons between different approaches to live appearance character development taken by Disney and Universal!
Disney: “we built a talking Mickey that cost years of R&D that we retired in five years”
Universal: “put a glitter fart thing in this mother fucker”
— Parkscope Joe (@parkscopejoe) February 2, 2019
Other users raised concerns about the character:
I’m very uncomfortable with how sculpted his butt is
— Brittani Tuttle (@brittanituttle) February 2, 2019
As well as the additional clean-up he requires:
The fart glitter cleanup. pic.twitter.com/qzyBnZJI0w
— Universally Driven (@UniversalDriven) February 3, 2019
Last year, Museums in the UK celebrated ‘Museum Meme Day’ by posting captioned pictures of their artefacts on Twitter.
Many of the Twitter accounts behind popular UK museums posted a meme related to art, history and even the people that visit. It follows a popular trend of Classic Art memes, where pictures of famous artworks were captioned.
And earlier this year, museums went viral on Twitter by sharing their best “duck pics”.