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Disney Unveils Mickey Mouse Pumpkin Mug

Judging by the recent temper tantrum that was thrown by a so-called “Disney Adult” after being unable to buy a certain large replica of the Mickey Mouse pumpkin that graces Main Street, U.S.A. in Disneyland with its presence, it seems safe to say that many Disney fans are fond of autumnal Disney decorations (whether they are in Disney Parks, or DIY projects at home). Now, yet another fun Mickey Mouse pumpkin merchandise option has come onto the market — and fans are already excited to get their hands on it!

shopDisney, the online store that sells Disney products (including this about-to-be-permanently-discontinued skincare line), has revealed a new mug for the colder seasons. Take a look at this orange and green Mickey Mouse pumpkin mug!

This mug is available for purchase on shopDisney for $19.99. According to the website’s product description, Disney fanatics can “get in a frightfully festive Halloween mood with this ceramic mug, featuring Mickey ears and Mickey Mouse jack-o-lantern design on each side. The handle is fashioned like a pumpkin stem.”

This mug might not be a giant replica of the enormous Mickey Mouse pumpkin decoration from Disneyland Resort’s Main Street, but it might be the next best thing for you and Disney Adults like the woman who recently became irate after missing out on her own Mickey Mouse pumpkin!

Even though this mug might seem perfect for autumn and fall weather (especially cozy nights in, or early mornings with a good book in the foliage), many Disney fans will probably find themselves unable to resist using this mug in other seasons as well!

After all, a good-sized and well-made mug like this Mickey Mouse mug from shopDisney is also the right size for a cup of hot cocoa — and we happen to have a Frozen recipe for hot chocolate, right here.

Will you be lining up in the virtual queue to purchase this Mickey Mouse mug for autumn and winter?

About Sharon

Sharon is a writer and animal lover from New England. Sharon's two main focuses in her work are Disney's correlations with pop culture and the significance of Disney princesses (which was the basis for her college thesis). When she's not writing about Disney, Sharon spends her time singing, dancing, and cavorting with woodland creatures!