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DAT STITCH BALLOON
Seriously, if someone were to give me that balloon, I’d probably marry them.
You know how in Disneyland the Haunted Mansion gets a Nightmare Before Christmas make over for Halloween?
WDW MK should get something like that too, but I don’t want to change our Mansion. I want to Villain-ize PhilharMagic instead.
Can you imagine how awesome a “Be Prepared,” “Poor Unfortunate Souls,” “Mother Knows Best,” “Friends on the Other Side,” or “Gaston” segment would be in that theater?!
It was closed because it was expensive to maintain, had higher costs than many other attractions, required a minimum of four castmembers at each end, and had very limited passenger per hour numbers. Access issues were also considered, as there was no real alternative for making this attraction ADA compliant.
I only rode WDW’s version a handful of times before it was discontinued, mostly because of my extreme fear of heights as a kid. I definitely would have appreciated the SkyBuckets a lot more these days. It’s a shame that the last relics of them ever existing, the buildings in both Fantasyland and Tomorrowland, have been remodeled into (supposedly, still not buying it in Fantasyland) bathrooms.
Serious Questions for my West Coast Friends
Ok, so I was watching an old Peoplemover video ride through yesterday. First of all, I’m so sorry for your loss, because I couldn’t imagine MK sans Peoplemover, just no.
Anyways though, I was intrigued by the section where the track came right beside the monorail station?, (which is already weird to me, monorail’s stopping inside parks, crazy Californians) but the thing was, it looked like there were no doors on the one side of the monorail, which is also weird because monorails here, it can be tricky to guess sometimes which side you’re getting off. This is fascinating, because if true, just think of
all the planing and the limitations they had when choosing platforms and locations, all stuff that only me being a weirdo doesn’t already know and wants to figure out.
So my question is, in all seriousness, do your Disneyland Monorails really only have doors on one side?
Ok, I love first world disney problems, but I’ma warn you, this is a full on rant right here.
I used to love screaming in the stretching room, but now this shit drives me insane. Usually because the more obnoxious the screaming is, the more likely to have those people being rude and inconsiderate the rest of the ride. It’s like a barometer for how pissed off I’m gonna be when I get off the ride.
I like my Mansion quiet and spooky. I wouldn’t even go on this ride before I was like twelve because it creeped me the fuck out for the OUTSIDE. Hell, my brother still can’t go through the graveyard scene without freaking out at the heads that pop up.
Now a days, you can’t get people to shut up long enough to get them in the chamber so the door can close before the room starts stretching. Then you get the flash photography, Not to mention more screaming. It’s ok to be genuinely startled, but you can’t scream the entire ride through (it’s happened before, and not from little kids either) And then you get the fuckers having full blown conversations three buggies down from you. Bitch, I don’t care what Bobby said to Susan after he didn’t show up to their date, I just want to hear Madam Leota rhyme Halloween and tambourine.
If you want to scream, fine, but please, PLEASE, be quiet the rest of the time ok? Then maybe I won’t be tempted to try and nip it in the bud in the stretching room