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Old 08-28-2011, 09:11 AM   #841
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Old 08-28-2011, 10:33 PM   #842
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Old 08-29-2011, 08:56 AM   #843
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Hands down, the creepiest thing....((((((shudder)))))
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Old 08-29-2011, 09:09 AM   #844
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This freaked my son out so much when we stayed there. He was 3 at the time and everytime we tried to go into the food court he'd say "no big heads, no big heads". I can still hear him saying it when I see pictures. And since he was cool with them by the time we left it is an adorable memory not a scarring one!
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Are brains available on the Disney Dining Plan for zombies?

Yes, I think they count as quick-service....
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Old 09-03-2011, 01:52 PM   #846
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This freaked my son out so much when we stayed there. He was 3 at the time and everytime we tried to go into the food court he'd say "no big heads, no big heads". I can still hear him saying it when I see pictures. And since he was cool with them by the time we left it is an adorable memory not a scarring one!
I agree w/your DS! Who wants these big heads starring down on you while you eat!!!?!



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Old 09-03-2011, 08:57 PM   #847
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I took this at all star movies only to notice when I got home that from this angle it looks like Donald is being hung.

Then these, the It's a small world clowns....


The first one that looks like it may jump into your boat is a little creepier then the happy ones.
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Old 09-11-2011, 10:47 AM   #848
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if your kid was a murderous fish slaughtering Norwegan
While a picture of a few kids putting the knife to their day's catch may seem out of place at Disney World. I'm a little appalled by quotes like this which makes the kid in the picture evil for fishing. I wonder if all of you are vegans? If not...well somebody has to kill that fish that you eat at the Disney Resort
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Yes, but you are assuming that we are all omnivores on the DIS boards in general, which is not the case. I personally am a Vegetarian, and there are many Vegans on the boards in general. We are all entitled to our opinions, as are you entitled to yours. To paint us all with the same brush is not fair to those of us who choose to live a different lifestyle from you. I personally find, regardless of being a Vegetarian or not this pic creepy in general. How you choose to view it is your opinion. And since I'm a Vegetarian I don't eat fish (just to clear up the misconception that Vegetarians do eat fish, they don't).
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Then these, the It's a small world clowns....

The first one that looks like it may jump into your boat is a little creepier then the happy ones.
Go read the Kingdom Keepers first book. You will never look at IASM the same after reading it!
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While a picture of a few kids putting the knife to their day's catch may seem out of place at Disney World. I'm a little appalled by quotes like this which makes the kid in the picture evil for fishing. I wonder if all of you are vegans? If not...well somebody has to kill that fish that you eat at the Disney Resort
That kid is just enjoying it too much!!! I'd be a vegatarian if I had to kill my own animals! I think that fish picture is perfect for this board/thread. Not often at DW you see someone killing/gutting one of Nemo's friends!!

I still think the Mexican art work is THE most disturbing!
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Go read the Kingdom Keepers first book. You will never look at IASM the same after reading it!
I googled the Kingdom Keeper and I could just imagine. I am now intrigued and plan to look for the books at the library haha.
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My 9 year old son started reading Kingdom Keepers last year. He LOVED them, BTW. He was telling me the other day about the IASW portion of the book. Now my 4 year old doesn't want to ride it!
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My 9 year old son started reading Kingdom Keepers last year. He LOVED them, BTW. He was telling me the other day about the IASW portion of the book. Now my 4 year old doesn't want to ride it!
Haha DH and I just started them yesterday, I ran to the library after lovethattink mentioned it, (we're 25 and 29) and they seem like an interesting read so far, very well written.
I love IASW but I do have a fear of it breaking down because those little people are a little creepy . I have a feeling when I get to that part its not going to help. Hopefully by your trip he will forget about it ad ride, I know not everyone likes the ride but for me its a big part of being in Magic Kingdom.
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Going to the Magic Kingdom and was extremely disturbing


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