DemonOfMusic wrote:I'm personally a fan of those moments where people are speaking in another language and then someone randomly throws out an English phrase that piques your curiosity even more...Amy wrote:That is funny Epcotmaniac I often wish I could speak another language fluently. Sometimes you see the facial expressions of the people having a conversation and just know it is something goodEpcotmaniac wrote:Ok, here is mine
We were in the line of Tower of Terror, outside in the garden where you can see and hear the people at the top and there was a family in front of us. We could listen to the conservation between the two kids, a girl which was around 17 and a boy which I guess was 8.
Girl: Have you ever been on this ride?
Girl: Do you know what will happen?
Girl: Are you scared?
Girl: Well, you better should be!
Man, you should have seen the look on the face of the boy. It was a mix of panic and fear.
Its always very interesting when I listen to other germans in the parks and they think no one does understand what they are saying.
Or when you are in line and start a conversation with people in front of you who keep smiling and nodding and find out later that they don't speak English. Boy, did I feel stupid