We have just returned from our most recent Disneyland research trip (hence the resounding silence of the last few days), and have a few interesting (sic.) things to share with you before we return to our current mania for posting the contents of other people’s mail.
One thing we noticed for the first time at Disneyland was the pattern of window cutouts in the homes in Toontown. Take a look:
- Minnie’s house shows heart cutouts, because she’s so full of love.
- Mickey’s house has diamonds, because he’s the shining jewel of Toontown.
- Goofy’s house has clubs, because his house is a clubhouse.
- Pluto’s dog house (not pictured here) has spades, but we’re not sure why.
Any theories on why there is a card theme to these cutouts? Or why Donald’s boat has circles instead of more card-related shapes?
We are sure there is some deep meaning here, but are unable to puzzle it out.