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  • Remain seated please...

    Ever notice when you listen to the legendery "Remain seated please..." on the Matterhorn , the spanish instructions sound like they are saying "Cinnamon toast and nachos on the floor"....listen for it next time.
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    oh, I get it. It's funny because they talk differently than I do.
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      Oh, Katie?

      Originally posted by ExJungleSkipper95
      Ever notice when you listen to the legendery "Remain seated please..." on the Matterhorn , the spanish instructions sound like they are saying "Cinnamon toast and nachos on the floor"....listen for it next time.





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        Actually, great point. I always interpreted it to be Harmony Soap Tostadas though. Maybe it's just how I hear it?

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          I think that was the first thing I learned when I became a Disney Geek all those many years ago. Someone pulled me aside and told me "Remain seated please . . . Cinnamon toast and tacos on the floor". Now I can't hear the Spanish through the cinnamon tacos.

          Next time you watch the fireworks, listen to the crowd response to the "remain seated" part of the show. Often you will hear people saying "Cinnamon toast . . . "

          Too funny

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            ) This made me bust up.. Thanks for the laugh guys. Who would have thought that spanish could still sound like english. Oh wait here in Santa-ana everything sounds spanglish.:lol:

            Its funny you say that about Remember Dusty, I usually yell out pepermint sour scents poured over. but i usually hear the spanish version from white folks which is extremely funny.
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              Originally posted by thejoshualee
              oh, I get it. It's funny because they talk differently than I do.
              considering I do speak spanish, yeah it's pretty funny
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                we always pretended to talk to a "Mr. Porfavor" who always stood up on the ride, despite the general warning, so he needed a personal message.

                ah... the stupidity of youth.
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                  Re: Remain seated please...

                  That's one of my favorite sound clips.
                  Our family always looks forward to hearing that.
                  It's part of our DL day tradition.

                  ADDED... In fact, I remember a few trips ago, we were just finishing up on Matterhorn, and just passed the "permane"
                  announcement speaker and are bobsled stopped waiting for
                  the sled ahead of us to unload. My daughter (adult daughter), was daydreaming and started to stand up. We all yelled "permane centavos" to her and had a great laugh. So
                  when we go on Matterhorn, at the end , we always remind
                  her.
                  Last edited by ghoofie; 05-26-2006, 07:15 AM.
                  Gawrsh !!

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                    "Pour me a cervesos, por favor."

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                      when I was a kid, I mean real little, 3 years oldish, I used to think that that message told people to remain seated because a monster names Tenemenee would follow you and I would try to picture this monster tailing each bobsled to make sure people stayed in their seat.
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                        I've never actually listened to it. Actually I've never listened to any of them. The only one I've listened to (because of the wait and it was so loud.) was at the Maliboomer. "IT'S A BLAST!!!
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                          Re: Remain seated please...

                          Originally posted by ExJungleSkipper95
                          ...the spanish instructions sound like they are saying "Cinnamon toast and nachos on the floor"....listen for it next time.
                          nah...
                          i mean, how could you miss the "P" in the beginning of "permanecer"?

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                            Hey Fishbulb.... what would Instruction Manuel have to say about this? :lol:
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                              Re: Remain seated please...

                              Originally posted by thejoshualee
                              oh, I get it. It's funny because they talk differently than I do.
                              Remember. The reason we have pirates chasing food and not women is because people today get too easly offended.

                              Its not because the guy talk's differantly, but its because he sounds like he is saying "Cinnamon toast and nachos on the floor". Also, anyone who speaks fluent spanish will tell you he butchered the words. Even spanish speaking people make fun of it!

                              Lets not get all bent out of shape over it, or they will remove the Yetti as to not offend abomitable snowmen. CM's already cant say "Marry Christmas" in December for cryin out loud!

                              Sorry. Im just SICK of the PC BS. I heard they are trying to pass a law that bans lawyer jokes.

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