From the State Supreme Court decision in State v. Douglas D.
¶27 Douglas is correct insofar as he indicates that not
all conduct which causes personal discomfort in others
necessarily falls within the ambit of disorderly conduct. This
court has held as much:
[Section 947.01] does not imply that all conduct which
tends to annoy another is disorderly conduct. Only
such conduct as unreasonably offends the sense of
decency or propriety of the community is included.
The statute does not punish a person for conduct which
might possibly offend some hypercritical individual.
The design of the disorderly conduct statute is to
proscribe substantial intrusions which offend the
normal sensibilities of average persons or which
constitute significantly abusive or disturbing
demeanor in the eyes of reasonable persons.
Zwicker, 41 Wis. 2d at 508. Thus, we agree that § 947.01
requires more than mere offensive speech or behavior
Emphasis is mine