A gay YouTube couple set a high challenge for themselves, and we loved every second of it.
Gregory Gaige is the owner of a YouTube channel where he vlogs about his life, discusses films, and reviews Disney merchandise. But in his latest video, Gaige joined up with husband Craig Moss to visit Disney World. That’s not all though, the two also decided to spice up their trip with a fun challenge.
The pair decided that they would go to the historic and popular Florida destination and kiss at every ride at every theme park. Disney World is made up of four theme parks (Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Hollywood Studios, and the Animal Kingdom) and the couple surmises there are 49 rides overall.
The 21-minute video then sees the two walking around Disney’s second theme park resort and kissing everywhere they can, from It’s A Small World, to the Pirates of the Caribbean ride, and everywhere in-between.
But did they complete the challenge? Did they kiss on every ride in Disney World? Watch the video below to find out.
If you didn’t complete the video and don’t mind spoilers, here’s the answer to the above question. Unfortunately, the married couple did not complete the challenge.
At the end of the video, Gregory and Craid make it back to their hotel room with wounded spirits. They explain that they only completed “Three and a half parks,” namely Epcot, Hollywood Studios, and the Animal Kingdom. Sadly, the couple couldn’t fit in enough time to finish the Magic Kingdom.
But the two stayed positive with a humbling message about the video’s project. Namely, the fact that they were able to walk around as a couple and kiss in public at so many places.
“With so many terrible things happening to LGBTQ+ people around the world today it’s important that we spread messages of love, positivity and acceptance,” said Gregory.
“What better way to do that than sharing a kiss with my best friend in the place that makes us the happiest, and what better time to share this message than Pride Month? We may not have managed every single ride, but I’m really proud of what we did.”
Happy Pride to Craig and Gregory.