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 » Jun Tue 26, 2012 3:56 pm

DisneySpin wrote:IF (the big if), I had the room, I'd have to snitch Dinosaur Gertie from the Studios. What an awesome drive hauling her back to SoCal that'd be :lol:
:shock: I'm thinking that would get you some weird looks and lots of honking on the way back! :lol:

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

Post by DemonOfMusic » Jun Tue 26, 2012 6:34 pm

DisneySpin wrote:IF (the big if), I had the room, I'd have to snitch Dinosaur Gertie from the Studios. What an awesome drive hauling her back to SoCal that'd be :lol:
Even if you don't have room, make it :lol:
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Re: If you were allowed - what 'souvenir' would you take hom

Post by DisneySpin » Jun Wed 27, 2012 9:02 am

DemonOfMusic wrote:
DisneySpin wrote:IF (the big if), I had the room, I'd have to snitch Dinosaur Gertie from the Studios. What an awesome drive hauling her back to SoCal that'd be :lol:
Even if you don't have room, make it :lol:
Wouldn't it be awesome to have her in a huge swimming pool in your back yard? And I'm thinking I'd have her dishing out more than ice cream, too. Even though she's a docile vegetarian, I'd hook her up with the T-Rex roar from Jurassic Park, just in case the adult beverage partakers got out of hand. Ooh, now I'm thinking I might have to grab me the T- Rex from the DL RR; I'm liking the thought of the faces when he would suddenly add his voice to the conversation, :shock: Yes!
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Re: If you were allowed - what 'souvenir' would you take hom

Post by Thumper1 » Jul Mon 09, 2012 8:59 am

After watching a Disney Parks dvd, I think I'd like a mechanical brer rabbit out of one of the scenes of Splash mountain!! I forgot how cute he is on that ride!!

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

Post by junebug1233 » Jul Mon 09, 2012 11:50 am

I think I would take one of the various Twilight Zone items in the rooms where you watch the video or after you get off of the ride. I'm a big Twilight Zone fan and I think it is awesome that they have different items from the show scattered around.

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Post by Monakie78 » Jul Wed 18, 2012 11:17 pm

I miss Mr. Toad's Wild Ride...I wish I could have one of those crazy old time cars. When I was 15 & my brother 16, we went on Mr. Toad's Wild Ride 12 times in a row (when it was the off season, of course). We had the ride operators laughing nonstop as we pretended we were about to embark on the scariest, wildest ride ever in existence.

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

Post by Amy » Jul Thu 19, 2012 1:34 am

Monakie78 wrote:I miss Mr. Toad's Wild Ride...I wish I could have one of those crazy old time cars. When I was 15 & my brother 16, we went on Mr. Toad's Wild Ride 12 times in a row (when it was the off season, of course). We had the ride operators laughing nonstop as we pretended we were about to embark on the scariest, wildest ride ever in existence.

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That sounds like it was quite the adventure ~ fun for the CMs too :D

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

Post by junebug1233 » Jul Thu 19, 2012 7:42 am

Monakie78 wrote:I miss Mr. Toad's Wild Ride...I wish I could have one of those crazy old time cars. When I was 15 & my brother 16, we went on Mr. Toad's Wild Ride 12 times in a row (when it was the off season, of course). We had the ride operators laughing nonstop as we pretended we were about to embark on the scariest, wildest ride ever in existence.

-Monica
That's really funny! I loved that ride as a kid too, even though I barely remember it now. I remember when I was in middle school going to the Save Mr. Toad websites and feeling sad!

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

Post by Amy » Jul Thu 19, 2012 6:06 pm

junebug1233 wrote:
Monakie78 wrote:I miss Mr. Toad's Wild Ride...I wish I could have one of those crazy old time cars. When I was 15 & my brother 16, we went on Mr. Toad's Wild Ride 12 times in a row (when it was the off season, of course). We had the ride operators laughing nonstop as we pretended we were about to embark on the scariest, wildest ride ever in existence.

-Monica
That's really funny! I loved that ride as a kid too, even though I barely remember it now. I remember when I was in middle school going to the Save Mr. Toad websites and feeling sad!
I sort of remember that attraction from when I was little. Mostly just the train sound and my Dad laughing...

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

Post by Goofyfan » Jul Sun 22, 2012 8:31 pm

It also had a very catchy tune :D :goofy:
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Re: If you were allowed - what 'souvenir' would you take hom

Post by figmentaholic » Jul Sat 28, 2012 10:20 am

Goofyfan wrote:It also had a very catchy tune :D :goofy:

But you have to admit that the catchiest tune of all must be from 'its a small world'. Hmm.. actually having one of those AA figures would be a nice souvenir too :)
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Re: If you were allowed - what 'souvenir' would you take hom

Post by DisneySpin » Jul Sat 28, 2012 9:53 pm

figmentaholic wrote:

But you have to admit that the catchiest tune of all must be from 'its a small world'. Hmm.. actually having one of those AA figures would be a nice souvenir too :)
Wouldn't it be fun if you had a real tropical theme backyard and you had those 3 little Tahitian Dancing girls, shimmying at all your luau parties, :lol: . I'd also have to be an electrical genius and have the mermaids singing in their underwater voices in my pool!
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Re: If you were allowed - what 'souvenir' would you take hom

Post by figmentaholic » Jul Sun 29, 2012 8:46 pm

DisneySpin wrote:
figmentaholic wrote:

But you have to admit that the catchiest tune of all must be from 'its a small world'. Hmm.. actually having one of those AA figures would be a nice souvenir too :)
Wouldn't it be fun if you had a real tropical theme backyard and you had those 3 little Tahitian Dancing girls, shimmying at all your luau parties, :lol: . I'd also have to be an electrical genius and have the mermaids singing in their underwater voices in my pool!


I actual;y do have a little tiki corner on my wall.. it isn't anything Disney related, but that does remind me of that.. I would love to make it bigger and more Disney, hehe
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Re: If you were allowed - what 'souvenir' would you take hom

Post by Amy » Jul Mon 30, 2012 6:18 am

figmentaholic wrote:
DisneySpin wrote:
figmentaholic wrote: But you have to admit that the catchiest tune of all must be from 'its a small world'. Hmm.. actually having one of those AA figures would be a nice souvenir too :)
Wouldn't it be fun if you had a real tropical theme backyard and you had those 3 little Tahitian Dancing girls, shimmying at all your luau parties, :lol: . I'd also have to be an electrical genius and have the mermaids singing in their underwater voices in my pool!
I actual;y do have a little tiki corner on my wall.. it isn't anything Disney related, but that does remind me of that.. I would love to make it bigger and more Disney, hehe
That sounds interesting! Pictures??? :mrgreen:

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

Post by DisneySpin » Jul Mon 30, 2012 11:25 am

figmentaholic wrote: I actually do have a little tiki corner on my wall.. it isn't anything Disney related, but that does remind me of that.. I would love to make it bigger and more Disney, hehe
Oooh, I'm jealous! Ok, now I have to really ponder...alright, with the tropical corner, you have some neat options ( Jungle Cruise, Indy, Treehouse), but I'd have to go with old school Pirates. Years ago a friend converted his garage into his own lounge/bar and themed it really well as a Pirates Lair, down to a glowing treasure chest, lit from inside, full of glass jewels and gold coins, cannons, and a nice skeleton. Naturally, I spent a bit of time there :lol:
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