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Old 04-07-2018, 07:23 PM   #21
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What aspect do you like? That was my least favorite but not bad. It seems like an “etc” boneyard for ideas that didn’t make into the other parks. We did “turtle talk” and the Nemo ride that had the projections of the cartoons. Very cool


I’m not generally a fan of amusement park rides, so with Epcot, I’m a sucker for the “lands,” food and shows. Fascinated by it all. That said, my wife has never been and I’m so looking forward to taking my daughter when she can somewhat appreciate it in a few years.
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Old 04-07-2018, 08:22 PM   #22
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I forgot to mention this in my first reply. When we were there about 5 years ago, we were waiting to see our picture after Space Mountain but it had been flagged as obscene because my jackass son, who was around 14 at the time, had seductively pulled up his shirt and pretended to be licking his breast for the picture
Sounds like a natural risk taker ... love it, hopefully he doesnít hurt himself doing something stupid
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Old 04-07-2018, 08:23 PM   #23
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Iím not generally a fan of amusement park rides, so with Epcot, Iím a sucker for the ďlands,Ē food and shows. Fascinated by it all. That said, my wife has never been and Iím so looking forward to taking my daughter when she can somewhat appreciate it in a few years.
Gotchu. I just love looking at all the little details, I get off to that type of stuff
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Old 04-07-2018, 08:27 PM   #24
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The older I get the more my fear of heights is developed. When I was a kid I'd pretty much climb, ride, or jump off of anything. No matter what.

Fast forward to my 30's. Go to Kings Island for the first time in years. They have a roller coaster called "Firehawk". It's a roller coaster that you start the ride on your back. Due to the design of the coaster you are looking straight up, and have no real idea of where you are because looking to your side is rather fruitless. I legit had a panic attack on the way up, I felt like my heart was going to beat so hard it was going to leap out of my chest.

You really have no idea where you are until the thing flips over, you are looking straight down, and are going down the first hill. It's an awesome coaster.

I loved it, have ridden it several times, and even helped parents talk their kids out of crying when i rode it.

But I wish I had the picture of me the first time I rode it. I had the most horrified look on my face, and I was gripping the handles so tight my hands were whiter than Casper.
Ive been on an upside downer. I thought space mountain was gonna be upside down so I was relieved it was not.
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Old 04-08-2018, 05:44 PM   #25
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Sounds like a natural risk taker ... love it, hopefully he doesn’t hurt himself doing something stupid
I imagine this is the same son who just gave mitch’s blood pressure a workout with his multitude of speeding tickets recently. So ‘natural risk taker’ seems about right.

Though, I give a #slowclap for the feaux nipple lick post seductive shirt raise. Veteran move.
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Old 04-08-2018, 06:30 PM   #26
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I imagine this is the same son who just gave mitch’s blood pressure a workout with his multitude of speeding tickets recently. So ‘natural risk taker’ seems about right.

Though, I give a #slowclap for the feaux nipple lick post seductive shirt raise. Veteran move.
I didn’t know nipple licking on roller coasters was a thing, I would’ve lifted my girls shirt. But actually that sounds like something that would be a sex offense given the children there
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Old 04-09-2018, 11:42 PM   #27
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When I saw "I just got back from Disney World" the first thing that popped into my head is "I'm sorry."

Disney World, and anything like it, is hell on earth to me. Anywhere were you stand next to generally non-adventurous people looking for a manufactured adventure experience with excessive sides of fried dough and overpriced cheap, shitty beer, is like the most horrifying thing in the world to me.

It's like cruises. I did a cruise once and the whole time I was just reminded why I hate the average human being so much. Anything that involves taking in 25,000 calories a day while you sit on your ass on a shitty ride, in beach chairs, on in a pool while you wrestle with clueless mofos that have no sense of personal space is something that holds zero interest to me.

Not saying that's you, TM. I think a lot of people venture to Disney World just to cross it off the list, but I literally couldn't be paid enough to go to Disney World for a week, nevermind proactively fly there and actually pay to get in.
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Old 04-09-2018, 11:43 PM   #28
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Noooope. None of it. No way.
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Old 04-10-2018, 12:50 PM   #29
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When I saw "I just got back from Disney World" the first thing that popped into my head is "I'm sorry."

Disney World, and anything like it, is hell on earth to me. Anywhere were you stand next to generally non-adventurous people looking for a manufactured adventure experience with excessive sides of fried dough and overpriced cheap, shitty beer, is like the most horrifying thing in the world to me.

It's like cruises. I did a cruise once and the whole time I was just reminded why I hate the average human being so much. Anything that involves taking in 25,000 calories a day while you sit on your ass on a shitty ride, in beach chairs, on in a pool while you wrestle with clueless mofos that have no sense of personal space is something that holds zero interest to me.

Not saying that's you, TM. I think a lot of people venture to Disney World just to cross it off the list, but I literally couldn't be paid enough to go to Disney World for a week, nevermind proactively fly there and actually pay to get in.
I agree to a degree. Do you own any Apple products? Do you ever look at your phone and think how much care and attention to detail went into making it? Disney is the same to me. I love all the care and creativity they put into the craft.
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Old 04-10-2018, 01:33 PM   #31
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Yeah there’s nothing wrong with that of it works for you.

Different strokes and all that. It just doesn’t work for me.
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Old 04-10-2018, 01:34 PM   #32
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I would never go on a cruise BTW. If you think Disney is the same, you’re just wrong. Every inch of the place has been thought out. For the Pixar stuff, they go and get the 3D computer models and make the real object to perfection. You just don’t appreciate subtlety bro

Your criticism might be valid for Epcot. I’d rather just visit those countries than see a recreation. But everything else you’re dead wrong

I bet you have an Android and PC, amirite?
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In fairness, I went when I was 12 and hated it, which makes me think I’d hate it even more at 33. But I could be totally wrong. You make a good point that Pixar is much more of a thing now than it was then.
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Old 04-10-2018, 09:48 PM   #34
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In fairness, I went when I was 12 and hated it, which makes me think Iíd hate it even more at 33. But I could be totally wrong. You make a good point that Pixar is much more of a thing now than it was then.
Iím actually not a huge Disney fan ... it was really Pixar that brought me into the fold
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