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Post by Len90 » Jan Sat 24, 2009 12:57 am

99Soulz wrote:You know you are in WDW when you are waiting at the bus stop thinking you need to take a shower........when you just got out of one 15 minutes ago.
Classic. Nothing like getting on the bus from your resort looking as if you just ran a marathon. As bad as the Florida humidity is, I would not mind enduring it right now!
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Post by horizons1 » Jan Sat 24, 2009 1:21 pm

You know you are at WDW when you're riding the riverboat AT NIGHT.
No one's gloomy or complaining while the flatware's entertaining.
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Post by secondstar » Mar Sun 22, 2009 9:46 am

You know you are in Disney when you see a two-fingered point.
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Post by Len90 » Mar Sun 22, 2009 11:40 pm

You know you are in the Magic Kingdom when the CM in Tomorrowland warns you to not bump the car in front of you... who just happens to be your older brother! They always can tell I will not obey from the moment I get on. 8-)
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Post by Mark86 » Mar Sun 22, 2009 11:55 pm

You know you are in the MK when you are walking around with whiplash after your brother strikes your car on the Tomorrowland speedway.

:lol:

You know you are in the MK when you get off the Mad Tea Party completely unable to walk, talk, or stand up straight.

You know you are on the last day of your Disney vacation when a CM tells you that you have the going home face on! :(
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Post by secondstar » Mar Wed 25, 2009 3:38 pm

You know you're in Animal Kingdom when you don't mind looking at a tree's roots.
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Post by ugahutto » Mar Thu 26, 2009 2:09 pm

You know you are in Epcot when you change your mind about going on Test Track when you spot the flag at the head of a South American Tour group headed in the same direction.

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Post by secondstar » Mar Fri 27, 2009 8:03 am

You know you're in Epcot when you can walk across the Strait of Gibralter.
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Post by momeja » Apr Fri 10, 2009 6:34 pm

You know you're in the Magic Kingdom when you're running down the street screaming like a maniac so that you can be the first one on Dumbo.
secondstar wrote:You know you are in Disney when you see a two-fingered point.
What's the 2 fingered point????

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Post by secondstar » Apr Sat 11, 2009 4:24 pm

All Disney cast members, when giving a directional indication, point by putting their index finger and middle finger together. They do this because in some cultures, pointing with just your index finger is considered rude.
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Post by momeja » Apr Sat 11, 2009 5:28 pm

Thanks. I never knew it was called "the two fingered point."

Here's another, which I feel every time I visit this particular park:
You know you're in Epcot when you're lost.

I love Epcot, but I find its layout totally confusing, and I don't generally consider myself to be directionally challenged.

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Post by secondstar » Apr Sat 11, 2009 5:50 pm

momeja wrote:Thanks. I never knew it was called "the two fingered point."
No problem, momeja. Although I don't know if that's its "official" name.
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Post by packwingfn » Apr Sun 12, 2009 6:11 pm

secondstar wrote:
momeja wrote:Thanks. I never knew it was called "the two fingered point."
No problem, momeja. Although I don't know if that's its "official" name.
It is called the Disney Point. I still do it to this day.
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Post by secondstar » Apr Mon 13, 2009 7:33 pm

packwingfn wrote:
secondstar wrote:
momeja wrote:Thanks. I never knew it was called "the two fingered point."
No problem, momeja. Although I don't know if that's its "official" name.
It is called the Disney Point. I still do it to this day.
Thanks, packwingfn.
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