If you were allowed - what 'souvenir' would you take home?

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Re: If you were allowed - what 'souvenir' would you take hom

Post by Amy » May Sun 15, 2011 7:33 am

Jacca5660 wrote:Time Keeper!!
He would be pretty awesome. You might have to keep him from the front door though, he might scare people as they first walked in :shock:

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Post by Wizzard419 » May Sun 15, 2011 8:18 pm

They chopped part of him up and sold it off, if I recall.

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Post by Jacca5660 » May Sun 15, 2011 8:24 pm

Wizzard419 wrote:They chopped part of him up and sold it off, if I recall.
Part of him or I should say one of him is in Star Tours.
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Post by mindflipper » May Sun 15, 2011 9:08 pm

Well, there were three of him at one point: DLP, WDW and TDL.

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Post by yodiwan1 » May Wed 18, 2011 8:58 am

Gosh, I could only take one..well, I would save the animals from taking them from a zoo, lol. I would say either I would put Spaceship Earth on my front lawn...Or Fantasmic! in my backyard to use as a pool/show for when I have guests come over. That would be awesome!
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Post by mindflipper » May Wed 18, 2011 9:12 am

yodiwan1 wrote:Gosh, I could only take one..well, I would save the animals from taking them from a zoo, lol. I would say either I would put Spaceship Earth on my front lawn...Or Fantasmic! in my backyard to use as a pool/show for when I have guests come over. That would be awesome!
How friggin' big is your lawn/backyard?!? :shock:

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Post by figmentaholic » May Wed 18, 2011 10:24 am

yodiwan1 wrote:Gosh, I could only take one..well, I would save the animals from taking them from a zoo, lol. I would say either I would put Spaceship Earth on my front lawn...Or Fantasmic! in my backyard to use as a pool/show for when I have guests come over. That would be awesome!


Oh man, I would *SO* put the Asian Small Clawed Otters in my bathtub! (I am kidding, I know that would be cruel. But I *love* otters)
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Post by yodiwan1 » May Wed 18, 2011 10:58 am

I actually have come face too face with Asain small claw otters on a tour of Metro Zoo. We were told they were actually very vicious and bite. My father-in-law found out the hard way!..back yard not too big, but it's the thought that counts, lol.
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Post by figmentaholic » May Wed 18, 2011 11:19 am

yodiwan1 wrote:I actually have come face too face with Asain small claw otters on a tour of Metro Zoo. We were told they were actually very vicious and bite. My father-in-law found out the hard way!..back yard not too big, but it's the thought that counts, lol.


Yes, otters in general are pretty vicious and bitey, I have to admit. Most animals in the Mustelid family are much fiercer than their size belies. The Badger and the Wolverine are two Mustelids that show that well. They make up for size with meanness. :)
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Post by mindflipper » May Wed 18, 2011 11:52 am

yodiwan1 wrote:..back yard not too big, but it's the thought that counts, lol.
Dream big, dude... :wink: 8-) :mickey:

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Post by Jacca5660 » May Wed 18, 2011 6:01 pm

OK, OK I'm putting the Rose and Crown in "MY" backyard!! NO!! I'm putting Great Britain in my backyard, complete with the British Invasion playing 4 times a day!! Behind my house is a 150 acre farm, so I could fit it!!
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Post by jlpeaches255 » May Wed 18, 2011 7:23 pm

I have a small yard. I will just take some metal palm trees from Tomorrowland.

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Post by wdwparksgal » May Sat 21, 2011 10:12 pm

I would take home a teacup and make it a breakfast table for my kitchen! Although it would probably be way too big, since I have a small kitchen! :D :mickey:
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Post by mindflipper » May Sun 22, 2011 12:15 am

wdwparksgal wrote:I would take home a teacup and make it a breakfast table for my kitchen! Although it would probably be way too big, since I have a small kitchen! :D :mickey:
Eating breakfast while your spinning around wildly - I dunno, but somehow that doesn't seem conducive for good digestion... :shock: :roll: :wink:

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Post by Amy » May Sun 22, 2011 7:46 am

mindflipper wrote:
wdwparksgal wrote:I would take home a teacup and make it a breakfast table for my kitchen! Although it would probably be way too big, since I have a small kitchen! :D :mickey:
Eating breakfast while your spinning around wildly - I dunno, but somehow that doesn't seem conducive for good digestion... :shock: :roll: :wink:
But it might make a good diet plan ;) :lol:

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