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Old 06-22-2009, 11:58 AM   #241
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YAY! Another update.
I think I may have to take our Pal Mickey this trip. I don't remember him being so much fun. But, we did have an infant to lug around then.
I agree with pp, I believe you would be good at stand up.
Absolutely...you need to take your Pal Mickey. In fact...we need to start a worldwide Pal Mickey revival...because we've started to take him for granted.

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"Besides...last time I checked... Pal Mickey had an unreasonable fear of water...not beer.."

I almost spit water out of my nose reading that! That Pal Mickey, he is a trip! Tinkershell should have let Mickey induldge a bit. It was afterall his vacation too
I wonder what the legal drinking age would be for Pal Mickey.

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Im bidding on a pal mickey on ebay! I just hope everything is still up and running at Disney by the time our december trip comes, or else thats a lot of money to pay for just a stuffed mickey!!!
Good luck....I think you are making a wise purchase.

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I admit that I found this TR late -- but I guess I should be pretty happy about that....with pages and pages of people griping about how slowly you update. The only bummer about joining a party at the 11th hour is when you try to bring something up that happened earlier, everyone sort of rolls their eyes at you and says, "Oh that was so twelve pages ago." So I won't bore you and your loyal readers about how much I enjoyed your observations on seagulls on page 7, for example.

I love a good TR. Problem is, I really haven't found any good TRs in awhile. And then two days ago some catchy TR title about Pal Mickey's ultimate demise got my attention, and suddenly I was in love again.

Seriously, this is one of the funniest TRs I've ever read. Usually I give up on them about 5 pages in, but lucky you, I'm on page 16 and still reading. In fact, I'm going to become one of those other posters who say, "I'm ready for another update already...what is taking so dang long?" So be prepared. I've already hit the "Subscribe to the thread" link. THAT'S how much I'm enjoying it.

I do have one question though...strangely enough I say "Long story short --too late" a lot. My question isn't "are you my long-lost brother?" But rather, "Where the heck is that quote from?" I've been saying it for years but I cannot remember for the life of me where I got it.

Love, love LOVE your brilliant prose. I sincerely hope this TR goes on forever. Funny stuff, dude. Funny stuff.

ETA: We too have taken several trips with our Pal Mickey, and both of my TRs are chock-full of the little guy. He's worth writing about, for sure. Well, he was worth writing about BEFORE children since he was all we had. Mine had surgery in the middle of vacation, but he came out of it okay. I shudder to read about what happens to yours.

Okay, I'll shut up now.
First of all...I'm glad you're enjoying the TR.

Regarding your "long story short - too late" questions...I have no idea where that qoute came from....but I know I've heard it a million times...and it just strikes me as funny especially when I've gotten a little "wordy".

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QUOTE=Peter Panic Attack;32229571Chpt 23 - Who's up for 30-40 chapters about a single day at Epcot?
So with coffee in hand...we settled into line to pick up some beignets. Ok....here’s the problem. Tinkershell didn’t know how to pronounce beignets. Now...I should also mention that sometimes Tinkershell has a hard time remembering that she needs to use her inside voice. So..we were standing in line..and she was proclaiming to the entire building..how excited she was to try one of those “bag-nets”. Mmmmm....can you smell the bag-nets? How many bag-nets do you get? Do you think the kids would like some bag-nets? Finally....a good Samaritan in line behind us...who probably just couldn’t bear to watch the mounting carnage of chronic mispronunciation mixed with public humiliation....leaned in and whispered they were called “bin-yays”.

That is the funniest thing ever !!! I was laughing like a crazy lady while reading that !

When we stayed at POFQ in 2005 I had to try the beignets also, but I guess I kept saying it wrong, because some man in line had to correct my pronounciation !!! those people take their "bag-nets" seriously !

Anyways, thanks for all the entertainment !!!
I wonder if we ran into the same guy that corrected your pronounciation. Maybe they station a guy in line to help out the ignorant masses.

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So I'm about 2 months late joining in here, but oh well, I'm here now and everyone can relax. I'm thoroughly enjoying this trip report. I just happened to stumble upon it 3 hours ago and haven't left my laptop since. I was laughing out loud at one point...something about the "giraffes go bleet" - wasn't there a Sesame Street episode that acknowledged the fact that giraffes don't make a noise? Something about Kermit having to make all the animal sounds. Or maybe it was Elmo? Or maybe it wasn't even Sesame Street. Or maybe it is all made up in my mind. My 19-year-old brain doesn't remember back that far.

And we call them BIG-nets out here in California. With a surfer accent if you wish. You can make them into a dirty word not appropriate to say aloud on here by changing the vowel in one of the words that is not "big"...if you get my drift.

This is one of the best trip reports I've ever read! It's hard to find a good laugh-out-loud-trip report these days. Keep 'em coming!
Where in the heck have you been? We were starting to worry.

Glad you like the TR.
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Old 06-22-2009, 12:37 PM   #242
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DH loves Biegarten, too! We've been there more than any other restaurant in Epcot. I told him this trip we're going to mix it up for a change and go to France. His reaction was like this: I love Illuminations, too! The fireworks and that huge globe really work well together. I'll be interested to find out if you actually sleep in. Was that part of Tinkershell's non-negotiable itinerary?
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Old 06-22-2009, 01:31 PM   #243
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Chpt 28 - Tomorrow we're sleeping in

We were at the half-way point in our trip...which meant it was time to take a breath and assess our progress. Life is all about setting goals and measuring progress....unless you’re Pal Mickey...in which case it’s all about skipping meals and watching your girlish figure.

So far..we had enjoyed a wonderful day at Animal Kingdom....where the rest of the family had nurtured there deep connection with nature and all it’s hidden beauty....and I had fallen victim to the enchanting siren call of the wickedly illusive DeVine. At Magic Kingdom...we had been transported to a world of make believe were life’s troubles were left behind...only to be wrenched back to reality when confronted with Dale’s self-destructive battle with the bottle. Finally, we had enjoyed a magical day at Epcot...where our family was treated to a rare glimpse at what things might look like in the future...while an unfortunate group of teenage boys battled for the chance to even have a future against a pack of rogue Canadian seagulls. In other words...things had gone exactly as we had planned.

This day was special because it was our Cinderella’s Royal Table day. We had made a reservation for lunch...rather than breakfast....because then the princesses could sleep in instead of getting up at the crack of dawn to make us flapjacks. Plus...we had heard that Cinderella always burns the toast.

As long as the princesses were sleeping in....we decided to do the same. In fact...I think it would have been a serious breach in royal etiquette to do otherwise...and the last thing we wanted was to start an international incident....like on our last trip. So...with no pressure to make rope drop...we enjoyed a leisurely morning....and arrived at MK a little before 11:00.

It was a glorious day....blue skies...gentle breeze...and just cool enough to keep Pal Mickey comfortable in his santa coat. Even at this point in the day...the crowds were light. We took a lazy stroll up Main Street USA on the way to Fantasyland...stopping at a couple of photopass stations along the way to capture the moment. I believe it was American author and activist Helen Keller...who became known worldwide through her depiction in the film The Miracle Worker ...who said "the best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen, nor touched… but are felt by the heart"...or was that Helen Hunt.. who became known worldwide for seeing a flying cow in the film Twister...I always get those two mixed up.

In Fantasyland....the line was reasonable at Peter Pan’s Flight...so we climbed aboard a mini pirate ship and pelted it with a handful of pixie dust. Next stop.....Neverland. What started out as a carefree ride soon turned sinister...or foreboding if you prefer...thanks to the society induced criminal behavior of one Captain James Hook...aka Hook Diddy....aka Captain Crunch...who notoriously financed his illegal activities by selling sugary cereal to unsuspecting children. Before our very eyes...Hook Diddy unleashed his evil plan to trap Peter Pan. Pal Mickey was outraged when he saw the captive Wendy below him...and it was all I could do to keep him in the boat....because he suffers from a rare medical condition called “enlarged chivalrous computer chip syndrome” ...or ECCCS. Thankfully...by the time we had rounded the pirate ship’s sail...the tide had turned and Peter Pan had saved the day. And not a moment too soon....because Pal Mickey is sneaky strong....and gets as slippery as an eel when he starts to sweat.

After PPF....Pal Mickey had one of his physic fits were he gets a message from the great beyond....and he announced in his mystical tourguide voice that the line for Pooh was short. In the past....we had found his visions to be quite reliable...so we headed over to take a look. Turns out...it was Pal Mickey who was full of pooh...because there was line...but it wasn’t short. Why must you turn this into a park of lies Pal Mickey? Anyway, we passed on Winnie the Pooh with his new and improved longer line and headed for Philharmagic instead. I think the whole Pooh diversion had been Pal Mickey’s weak attempt to avoid Philharmagic....because large 3D glasses on his tiny head do not a pretty picture make.

Next up: Chpt 29 - Lunch with royalty
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Old 06-22-2009, 01:33 PM   #244
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Regarding your "long story short - too late" questions...I have no idea where that qoute came from....but I know I've heard it a million times...and it just strikes me as funny especially when I've gotten a little "wordy".
CLUE! It's from the movie Clue. (Okay, I cheated and googled it.) That's been bothering me for a decade. Whew! Thanks, Mr. Attack.






And now....your next installment follows...



no?

I mean *ahem* ...your next installment above.

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DH loves Biegarten, too! We've been there more than any other restaurant in Epcot. I told him this trip we're going to mix it up for a change and go to France. His reaction was like this: I love Illuminations, too! The fireworks and that huge globe really work well together. I'll be interested to find out if you actually sleep in. Was that part of Tinkershell's non-negotiable itinerary?
How could you consider passing up an oom-pah-pah band for snails in garlic? That would be absolutely, totally, and in all other ways inconceivable.(I had to throw in a little Princess Bride reference because I know you're a fan)

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CLUE! It's from the movie Clue. (Okay, I cheated and googled it.) That's been bothering me for a decade. Whew! Thanks, Mr. Attack.

And now....your next installment follows...

no?

I mean *ahem* ...your next installment above.
That's weird...because Clue is Tinkershell's favorite game....and nice recovery on the next installment announcement by the way....very smooth.
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How could you consider passing up an oom-pah-pah band for snails in garlic? That would be absolutely, totally, and in all other ways inconceivable.(I had to throw in a little Princess Bride reference because I know you're a fan)
You know, I really did struggle with the decision to not let DH go to the Biergarten. Perhaps he can go there with his parents and I'll take my sister with me for the snails with garlic and butter. Don't forget about the butter, it's all about the butter! (P.S. Thanks for the Princess Bride reference, I'll take it whenever I can!)
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"Why must you turn this park into a park of lies Pal Mickey?"
Very funny updates. My husband knows O Christmas Tree in German.
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You know, I really did struggle with the decision to not let DH go to the Biergarten. Perhaps he can go there with his parents and I'll take my sister with me for the snails with garlic and butter. Don't forget about the butter, it's all about the butter! (P.S. Thanks for the Princess Bride reference, I'll take it whenever I can!)
It is not the garlic or butter that concerns me......it's our friendly little garden pest.

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Very funny updates. My husband knows O Christmas Tree in German.
Thanks. Tinkershell knows a bunch of stuff in German....supposedly. She could be making it all up and I would be none the wiser.
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Plus...we had heard that Cinderella always burns the toast.
How DARE she burn the toast! Doesn't she know that you people are paying a pretty penny to have her wait on you?? Sheesh!

Another great update.
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Another PPA update! I thought it was back to back but then I realized there wasn't one yesterday. BTW, hope you had a good fathers day.

Tinkershells non-negotiable itinerary is working out great!
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How DARE she burn the toast! Doesn't she know that you people are paying a pretty penny to have her wait on you?? Sheesh!
Poor Cinderella, she had to server her Evil stepmother and stepsisters before she found her prince, now she has her prince and is still stuck down in the kitchen out of sight. In most Royal Meals don't the royals usually entertain their guests. Poor Cinderella is forced to greet all her guests and then sends them up to eat, while she is made to go in the kitchen to prepare the meals. She doesn't even get to enjoy the meal with the guests or interact with them during the meal. She was a slave in the kitchen before she met the prince and is still a slave in the kitchen now that she is a Princess. All that has really changed is that she is in a MUCH bigger house and has to cook for MANY more people. Poor Cinderella. She probably doesn't even get to wear those pretty clothes once the guests are sent up to eat.
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How DARE she burn the toast! Doesn't she know that you people are paying a pretty penny to have her wait on you?? Sheesh!

Another great update.
I'm sure Cinderella has tons of things she's good at......making toast just doesn't happen to be one of them.

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Another PPA update! I thought it was back to back but then I realized there wasn't one yesterday. BTW, hope you had a good fathers day.

Tinkershells non-negotiable itinerary is working out great!
PPA.....woohoo...I'm an acroynym.

I had a great fathers day....DD Woobie took me to Night at the Museum 2...and then we went out to eat later. I don't think 24 hours is enough though...I'm pushing for a Fathers Week....or possibly a Fathers Fortnight.

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Poor Cinderella, she had to server her Evil stepmother and stepsisters before she found her prince, now she has her prince and is still stuck down in the kitchen out of sight. In most Royal Meals don't the royals usually entertain their guests. Poor Cinderella is forced to greet all her guests and then sends them up to eat, while she is made to go in the kitchen to prepare the meals. She doesn't even get to enjoy the meal with the guests or interact with them during the meal. She was a slave in the kitchen before she met the prince and is still a slave in the kitchen now that she is a Princess. All that has really changed is that she is in a MUCH bigger house and has to cook for MANY more people. Poor Cinderella. She probably doesn't even get to wear those pretty clothes once the guests are sent up to eat.
Plus...I think she's back to sleeping in the fireplace....because I'm pretty sure I spotted a cinder in my soup.
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Wohoo! Great update.


Patiently awaiting the next installment.......

I just like this little guy
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Wohoo! Great update.


Patiently awaiting the next installment.......

I just like this little guy
Thanks....and thank you for your patience....and thank you for sharing your favorite upside down smiley
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I am new to this rodeo, or trip report, whatever, but I am loving it. Just found it and had to read the whole thing this afternoon. I have been laughing out loud through it all.

I have a Pal Mickey somewhere in this house but have not seen it since we moved in 3 years ago. Note to self: Empty those boxes stuck in the back of the closet.


Quote from page 10.........
"Anyway, after a short wait in line....during which Pal Mickey and I slipped over to Frontierland to watch Woody’s Ho-Down (who was surprisingly light on his feet for a seven foot tall child’s plaything by the way)... "

I think my teenage boys and husband want to go to WDW with you and Pal Mickey. When we go they only get to see Woodys HOE-down. I think they would enjoy your version better.....I'm just saying.....

I am joining in with the demands of faster writing.
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