Open Post: Hosted By Daryl Hannah’s Ass Fur In The Family-Friendly Edit Of “Splash” On Disney+

April 14, 2020 / Posted by:

Disney+ has banished gay sex stuff from its wholesome stage and now it’s coming for asses!

Disney+ has used some extremely advanced technology to edit out Daryl Hannah’s bare ass from 1984’s Splash. Not since Cats have we seen such an impressive use of CGI. I mean, when we run out of toilet paper from the pandemic, Daryl Hannah‘s Splash character will be covered. Those bottom five-inches aren’t split-ends. That’s her ass-wiping hair!

Disney+ recently moved their Love, Simon series to Hulu because they felt it wasn’t family-friendly enough for them. Well, ass cracks aren’t family-friendly enough either, which makes sense, since nobody poops!

In Splash, there’s a scene where a naked Daryl Hannah walks up to the Statue of Liberty, and another where she returns to her home in the ocean after giving Tom Hanks a kiss. Well, goodbye to that smut! They’ve been edited via blurring and some specifically-placed body fur. Here’s Daryl’s blur butt:

And here’s Daryl’s ass of fur (just think of the mermaid dingles that’d get caught up in that):

Or maybe Disney+ is being considerate during these times of corona. Since people can’t go to the salon to get their holes and cheeks waxed, Disney+ is letting them know that it’s okay to let their butt fur fly with pride. Disney+ is uniting the hairy asses of the world.

Pic: Twitter

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