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Old 01-12-2013, 04:47 AM   #76
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?? Yes yes the OP (original poster) was herfnerd, not you so I think many of the post concerning the time there was being directed to them not you
But might i kindly suggest doing less parks and enjoy the parks you do rather than doing more parks and feeling rushed or like you have to pick and chose so much? The 4 Disney parks alone could easily take up your stay and way not enjoy them to the fullest since you are going? Just my opinion
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Old 01-12-2013, 07:00 AM   #77
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Not a fan:
Astro Orbiter
Laugh Floor
Reflections of China
Impressions de France
O Canada
American Idol
Dinosaur

Can't miss:
Carousel of Progress
Peoplemover
JII (at least it still has Figment)
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Maelstrom
Star Tours
Great Movie Ride
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Old 01-12-2013, 08:15 AM   #78
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Not a fan:
Astro Orbiter
Laugh Floor
Reflections of China
Impressions de France
O Canada
American Idol
Dinosaur

Can't miss:
Carousel of Progress
Peoplemover
JII (at least it still has Figment)
Living with the Land
Maelstrom
Star Tours
Great Movie Ride
See, to each their own. I love Laugh Floor and if I missed Maelstrom and the Great Movie Ride I'd be fine and dandy.
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Old 01-12-2013, 08:23 AM   #79
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I think all should be done once if you can go multiple years. Everyone likes different things. Stitch Great Escape is the only one I have no wish to do again. However, if I go with newcomers, I would take them as my nephew liked it.
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Old 01-12-2013, 04:36 PM   #80
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?? Yes yes the OP (original poster) was herfnerd, not you so I think many of the post concerning the time there was being directed to them not you
He was responding to the people that quoted him.
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Old 01-12-2013, 09:51 PM   #81
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He was responding to the people that quoted him.
Yes i know, i was specifically talking about the time period that the OP gave, sorry for the confusion
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Old 01-13-2013, 09:29 PM   #82
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Don't skip all of those!

I tend to just read posts and not reply but I feel like it's my civic duty as a "been to Disney World over 30 times and I just turned 30 guy from PA" All of the rides you are skipping are magical in their own way. Laughing floor imho is hilarious, depending on who "that guy" is and the jokes sent in. Little Mermaid is a great show. Stitch... you're not missing anything The American Adventure makes me proud to be an American every time I watch it, absolute classic. Primeval Whirl is a ton of fun, makes me laugh every time. Fantasmic! has definitely grown on me, didn't like it the first couple times but now I never miss it. I completely understand the time constraint but with the right plan you shouldn't have to miss that much. Oh well, even if you decide to skip all of those attractions have a great trip!!!!!
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Old 01-13-2013, 09:31 PM   #83
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For my first trip, I wouldn't intentionally skip anything. If you don't get to it or you have other attractions you'd rather pursue, that's fine. But, intentionally skipping attractions seems to threaten the magic... letting your child decide where to go to next... letting the trip take its course. What if you happen to love Stitch even just because of a memory your family makes? The ride may not be great, but the memories are priceless.
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Ellen's Energy Adventure at Epcot
Circle of Life Video at Epcot
Country Bear Jamboree (did this the first time last year) Not what I was expecting lol
Mama don't whoop little Buford, I think you should shoot him instead
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Old 01-14-2013, 04:38 PM   #85
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STITCH!!

BTW, I love It's A Small World....just so classic Disney! Enjoy your magical vacation!
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Ahh those Country Bears, with their erotic lyrics.

My kids (3 and 1) love the Country Bears. But if you actually listen to the lyrics they are....inappropriate. Disney would never make something like this today, it's just not PC for 2012.

"A go-go girl caught my hand,
I said, "I can't. I'm a married man."
She said "If you ain't gonna steal,
You better not prowl."
Don't do-si-do with a go-go.
If you can't bite, don't growl."


"There was blood on the saddle.
And blood all around.
And a great big puddle
Of blood on the ground."
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Old 01-14-2013, 04:42 PM   #87
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Also, read back through posts and if this is your first time going, do what intersts you. If I had listened to all the other posts on here I would have missed things I LOVE!
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