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Brian_WDW74
03-20-2007, 03:49 PM
According to WDWMagic, the "Monsters, Inc. Laugh Floor Comedy Club" attraction has had its named changed to just "Monsters, Inc. Laugh Floor".

Unfortunately, this leaves the attraction with some rather embarassing initials. :eek:

*Brian*

MyGoofy26
03-20-2007, 03:52 PM
I wonder if the board will censor this one out when people inevitably start referring to it by initials :lmao:

2Xited4Disney
03-20-2007, 04:09 PM
I wonder if the board will censor this one out when people inevitably start referring to it by initials :lmao:

That has to be one of the FUNNIEST things I have ever heard


I can't wait to see ****


EDIT: HAHAH I guess it automatically censored! Hilarious! PS I'm sorry to the moderators but I had to try

ChrisFL
03-20-2007, 04:11 PM
:lmao: :rotfl2: :rotfl:

KimAshton
03-20-2007, 04:26 PM
LMFAO. It's a show and it opened while I was there. It a great show especially when they go into the audience and talk with the kids.

Go prepared with jokes cause they ask you to text them in while u are waiting

thefirebuilds
03-20-2007, 06:34 PM
awesome, then maybe this guy has a new excuse so he can get his license plate back:

http://youtube.com/watch?v=pvSZVFLnPN8

(work safe)

Angelrose
03-20-2007, 08:23 PM
Guess I am really out of the loop. I have no idea what the initials mean. Would some kind soul PM me and let me know?

disrailfan
03-20-2007, 09:18 PM
Guess I am really out of the loop. I have no idea what the initials mean. Would some kind soul PM me and let me know?

Uh, go rent the movie American Pie.

Oh if I would have had the vision to have trademarked that name when I was in High School. See my fist name is Milford and guess what everyone in high school called me for short? You guessed it. Understanding this was in the 80's and long before American Pie.

thefirebuilds
03-20-2007, 09:39 PM
Guess I am really out of the loop. I have no idea what the initials mean. Would some kind soul PM me and let me know?

If you're hot and you're a mom then you are a M.I.L.F. BTW, got pics?

(this isnt appropriate for a disney website, LMAO)

in the future (if you have younger kids or friends that speak in riddles) find yourself comfortable with the urban dictionary:

http://www.urbandictionary.com

Definetely an R-Rated definition. I don't consider it non-work safe but i dont want to overstep my bounds on a G/PG website either, lol. To ME it's hilarious. To people with young children, proly not.

edit: i cannot believe "****" is banned on this website. ugh.

Clotho
03-21-2007, 02:17 AM
I am DYING over here. This is AWESOME!
LOLOLOL

DisneyFanGuy
03-21-2007, 06:20 AM
Who want's to bet that Disney never thought about this one. I am 45, and never heard of that until somebody told me about it last year. Sooooooooo I bet they might not be aware of the reference.

YoHo
03-21-2007, 04:29 PM
Oh I'm sure people at Disney know the reference. It's been around a lot longer then American Pie.

Another Voice
03-21-2007, 07:13 PM
Who want's to bet that Disney never thought about this one.
Disney is a Hollywood company. The average employee routinely uses expressions and language that would make your teeth curl.

EUROPACL
03-21-2007, 07:41 PM
Disney is a Hollywood company. The average employee routinely uses expressions and language that would make your teeth curl.


I know like... "lets make an Underdog Movie" or a "TV Show based on a caveman commercial".

daber
03-22-2007, 02:23 PM
They can change the name all they want....a lemon is still a lemon. Went there this weekend and walked out about a third of the way thru the show after waiting in two waiting room areas. I said "If I wanted to waste time I'd go visit Stitch (which might even be better than this show).

thefirebuilds
03-22-2007, 05:51 PM
i kinda liked stitch :guilty:

Wick
03-22-2007, 08:42 PM
Disney is a Hollywood company. The average employee routinely uses expressions and language that would make your teeth curl.

Does that mean you think it was intentional?:confused:

KathyRN137
03-23-2007, 07:09 AM
Guess I am really out of the loop. I have no idea what the initials mean. Would some kind soul PM me and let me know?

Don't feel bad, I just had to ask my DH what it meant!:blush:

Here he is watching TV in the living room and I call out from the next room,
"Honey, what does M.I.L.F. stand for?" Usually, he just calls out a response and doesn't bother getting up from the couch, but this time he shot up out of his seat to come see who I was talking to!:rotfl:

raidermatt
03-23-2007, 12:13 PM
i kinda liked stitch :guilty:

I did too until they Millionaired him, and then didn't even try to give him a quality attraction.

Macca1111
04-07-2007, 12:38 AM
They can change the name all they want....a lemon is still a lemon. Went there this weekend and walked out about a third of the way thru the show after waiting in two waiting room areas. I said "If I wanted to waste time I'd go visit Stitch (which might even be better than this show).

I saw clips of it on the latest travel channel behind the scenes show...is the quality really as bad as it appeared? The characters were jumpy and unrealistic, and did not impress me at all. :sad2:

rwodonnell
04-07-2007, 01:08 AM
They can change the name all they want....a lemon is still a lemon. Went there this weekend and walked out about a third of the way thru the show after waiting in two waiting room areas. I said "If I wanted to waste time I'd go visit Stitch (which might even be better than this show).
I'm sure your fellow guests appreciated that.

I personally thought it was decent. I went in with low expectations based on what I had read. I can imagine how it would change from show to show quite a bit. Like Jungle Cruise, you're at the mercy of the comics and the crowd. Hard to imagine it being so bad, though, that you actually had to walk out during a 12 minute show.

tink2020
04-09-2007, 04:12 PM
I wonder if the board will censor this one out when people inevitably start referring to it by initials :lmao:

Oh, it definitely does! Even if it's just in part of a word! I was talking to a friend about house hunting in M-I-L-F-O-R-D, and she couldn't figure out for the life of me where I was looking :rolleyes: :rotfl:

ETA: Hey! It definitely doesn't do it as part of Milford now! I wonder if that's a recent change? There are other words where that has happened to me, too! Hmm...

raidermatt
04-10-2007, 03:29 AM
Like Jungle Cruise, you're at the mercy of the comics and the crowd.

With the Jungle Cruise, its just the skipper, not the crowd. I don't like the idea of relying on the crowd to make the show entertaining. You're bound to have duds.

Most of the reviews are that its ok. They range from the horrible, like the one above, to it's worth a visit every 2 or 3 trips. Ordinarily that wouldn't be so bad I guess, but given how the Stitch thing has gone, they really could have used a bonafide hit.

KingdomHeartsFan
04-14-2007, 08:45 PM
I saw clips of it on the latest travel channel behind the scenes show...is the quality really as bad as it appeared? The characters were jumpy and unrealistic, and did not impress me at all. :sad2:

I noticed this too. I haven't seen it in person, but I was surprised at the horrible video quality that it appeared to have on Travel Channel. I assumed it used the same technology as Crush does at Epcot. Crush's video is almost flawless, very smooth and lifelike. I don't understand why the Monsters Inc. show would be so jumpy and cheap looking. Does anyone have any first hand experience with the show??

MyGoofy26
04-14-2007, 11:55 PM
I'm hoping that maybe it was just a choppy, generic version that maybe they used in testing. Keeping my fingers crossed that the Travel Channel needed the footage before they got all the the techie stuff done for the video portion because that was just bad.

Tigger1
04-15-2007, 06:12 AM
Could someone pm me what **** refers too. We just can not figure it out.

Thanks Tigger

Sha
04-15-2007, 08:22 AM
If you're hot and you're a mom then you are a M.I.L.F. BTW, got pics?

(this isnt appropriate for a disney website, LMAO)

in the future (if you have younger kids or friends that speak in riddles) find yourself comfortable with the urban dictionary:

http://www.urbandictionary.com

Definetely an R-Rated definition. I don't consider it non-work safe but i dont want to overstep my bounds on a G/PG website either, lol. To ME it's hilarious. To people with young children, proly not.

edit: i cannot believe "****" is banned on this website. ugh.

thanks for the enlightenment! got a good LOL this rainy Florida morning

miss missy
05-07-2007, 05:54 AM
great, I was curious to what it meant and search came to very bad site... i am at work :eek:

maxtomsmom
05-13-2007, 12:20 AM
Tori Amos has a new song about being a M.I.L.F. so I suppose it will become more and more in the mainstream.:sad2:

disrailfan
05-15-2007, 08:01 PM
Wow, what really sucks is that my First name is Milford. Guess what everyone in high school (this was the eighties before the movie American Pie), thats right M!1F is what they called me for short. Boy if I would have had the insight to patent or trademark that name when I was 18. Or better yet if I had registered the domain names. :-) I could have been rich, maybe. Some sly lawyer would have gotten the sites away from me I guess.

I really personally hate it when people use the term.

I was recently designing lighting for a stage musical here where I live at the local high school auditorium and a funny thing happened. The guy that was auditorium manager at the school when I was in school is still there. He would call me by this name as well. He still does it today, all of his current students started laughing when he called me this and he had no idea why they were laughing. I had to finally let him in on the joke.

At any rate, this will be interesting.:cool1:

schmitty
05-15-2007, 09:04 PM
I'm hoping that maybe it was just a choppy, generic version that maybe they used in testing. Keeping my fingers crossed that the Travel Channel needed the footage before they got all the the techie stuff done for the video portion because that was just bad.I didn't think it was that bad. There where acouple times when the video skipped but I doubt it happens everytime. The video seemed to look fine from what I remember.

OhMari
05-21-2007, 09:45 PM
They can change the name all they want....a lemon is still a lemon. Went there this weekend and walked out about a third of the way thru the show after waiting in two waiting room areas. I said "If I wanted to waste time I'd go visit Stitch (which might even be better than this show).

Stitch no, but ITA with the show. The time said 5 minutes. ya, it took 5 minutes to walk all the turnstiles that were empty to the main door. That was a 15 minute wait, then we waited another 15 for show to start. What a waste of my morning time. I was in the park at 8:00 and at 8:15 I wasted 45 minutes of precious morning time.