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  • The Mystery of the DeeBees

    Ok, I got a Twitter update from DLtoday about DeeBees. Does anyone have info on these amazing creatures that mysteriously appear only at night? I have heard rumors that they have been appearing at WDW, and now the DLR....my hunt for the DeeBees is on!

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    Well, the link within the tweet goes to a page on the DisneyPinTrading site...so think it's an attempt at viral marketing?

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    • #3
      Re: The Mystery of the DeeBees

      Yep, it definitely looks like another attempt at viral marketing. I tweeted the news from DLtoday about an hour ago when I found it on Disney's Pin Event website.


      According to the FAQ on www.findthedeebees.com, this is what is known about Deebees:

      What we know. . .


      * Deebees seem to be small, most pictures indicate they are roughly the height of a small child.
      * So far I've only heard of reports of these unknown lifeforms inside Disney theme parks.
      * I have heard reports from both DisneylandWalt Disney World
      If you're a believer, you can change your MiceChat avatar to one of these images:

      Last edited by 2DieFR; 06-30-2009, 05:10 PM.

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      • #4
        Re: The Mystery of the DeeBees

        What in the (Disney)world?
        ap·pur·te·nant – adjective: appertaining or belonging; pertaining.

        ...to Disneyland.

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          Re: The Mystery of the DeeBees

          Uh..?

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            Re: The Mystery of the DeeBees

            Dee bees were in Frontierland last year and dee people got stung.

            Dee bees need to stay out of dee park.

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            • #7
              Re: The Mystery of the DeeBees

              A Deebee named Phoebe gave me the heebee-jeebees, but that Deebee was a freebie. Thanks Phoebe!

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              • #8
                Re: The Mystery of the DeeBees

                Originally posted by stevo505 View Post
                Uh..?
                I agree. except I would add one more to make my reply to your

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                • #9
                  Re: The Mystery of the DeeBees

                  Originally posted by Mac Daddy View Post
                  Dee bees were in Frontierland last year and dee people got stung.

                  Dee bees need to stay out of dee park.



                  yep you have to "bee" careful to watch out for debees. I hear some people are allergic to their stings.

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                  • #10
                    Re: The Mystery of the DeeBees

                    Originally posted by 2DieFR View Post
                    A Deebee named Phoebe gave me the heebee-jeebees, but that Deebee was a freebie. Thanks Phoebe!



                    youbee arebee sobee sillibee

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                    • #11
                      Re: The Mystery of the DeeBees

                      Did someone said.. Sobe?!

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                      • #12
                        Re: The Mystery of the DeeBees

                        yes. sobee as in so"bee" you know? so "bee"?

                        I am hearing cricket chirpings........

                        [[[thumping on the microphone]]] is anybody out there?????

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                        • #13
                          Re: The Mystery of the DeeBees

                          I heard Sobe as in the drink

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