The Worst Thing You Can Say To A WDW Character

Discussion in 'Theme Parks Attractions and Strategies' started by jhaig, Oct 7, 2012.

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The Worst Thing To Say To A WDW Character

  1. Your zipper is stuck. Here, let me get that.

  2. What time is the kegger at the Pi Kapp house?

  3. Oh, the silent treatment - nice.

  4. Didn't I see you at Hogwarts the other night?

  5. You look much older than our last Ariel

  6. 95 degrees today. Boy that last sip of ice cold water sure was refreshing.

  7. Is it me or is this whole Disney thing overrated?

  8. Tag, you're it.

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  1. jhaig

    jhaig Still looking for Donald's pants

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    Nice, gotta try that one:lmao:
     
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  3. mrsap

    mrsap DW '86, '04, '05, '06, '10, '12, '13, '14, stb '15

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    I'm crying!!!!!!!!!! That is hysterical!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
  4. ebtbmom

    ebtbmom DIS Veteran

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    We went down before Christmas last year and I asked Mickey if he was getting Minnie a ring, that mouse flipped out on me! He kept trying to tell me not talk and did the finger slash across throat motion, admittedly I was laughing hysterically but I hadn't expected that kind of reaction.

    Minnie acted pouty like she didn't like his reaction.
     
  5. Danjocass

    Danjocass Mousketeer

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    Bahahahahahahaha :lmao::lmao: Hysterical...I wanna try that one.

    In AK last year we saw Goofy and then went to Dinoland to see Pluto. He was with Goofy and my DD said to me out loud "Goofy already signed my book" I replied, "That's ok Goofy is my favorite, he can sign twice." Well, Pluto put his hands on his hips and was not happy with me...LOL
     
  6. minnie mum

    minnie mum Unapologetic Disney Fan(atic)

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    My DH is kinda goofy for Goofy. A few years ago Goofy was doing a M&G for guests at our DL Paris resort. So he's standing beside the big guy and I'm getting ready to snap the photo and say "Big smile please, Goofy, and the same for the tall guy standing next to you" (DH is probably an easy 6 inches shorter than Goofy). Snap the photo and there is DH with a huge smile on his face and Goofy giving me a big thumbs up. Perfect!
     
  7. FlaNative

    FlaNative Mouseketeer

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    "Say, do you know which Epcot flower bed Jimmy Hoffa's in?" ;)


    (Bonus pixie dust to the first non CM who gets that one.) :thumbsup2
     
  8. gtpoohbear

    gtpoohbear DIS Veteran

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    A few years ago I decided to treat my whole family to breakfast in the Castle (parents, sister, and brother with his family). When Jasmine came to our table, my brother was suddenly like, oh I need a picture with her to show off at work!

    Before I could stop him, he was out of his seat and practically hanging all over her while SIL (laughing) took a picture of them. He even said to her, "Hey baby, come here and get close to me."

    Jasmine, to her credit, took it all very graciously and never missed a beat. But I was mortified and made a mental note to never let me brother near scantily clad princesses again.

    I was very relieved, when later in the day, he opted not to join us for the fairies meet-n-greet. Don't even want to imagine how that one might have gone!
     

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