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  • Video Disney characters always remain in character, even when they are presented with...

    No idea if this has been posted but Disney maybe loosing money on autograph books =)~

    The actor playing Flynn, mmm =)

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    That's awesome. I want one of those (as in Flynn) in my castle.

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      Lol there prolly thinking in their mind *this is some legal document thats im about to sign away everything i own"


      jk hahahahah
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        I bet they don't sign many of those! HA!

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          Could u post a link please!

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            Ok that was seriously cute.

            And the guy playing Flynn... YES PLEASE! :evil:

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              That was awesome! You see- even the walk-around (or m&g in this case) are better at Disney Theme Parks than all of those other parks! (I once saw Wonder Woman pick a wedgie out, RIGHT IN PLAIN VIEW of everyone, "on stage"!!! ... this was a couple years ago at Magic Mountain, fwiw)

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                You ladies can have Flynn, I'll take Rapunzel
                Marquis d'Bod of the RCMC... always and forever

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                  what app are you using? lol i wanna try this

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                  • #10
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                    Originally posted by Stitch626626 View Post
                    I bet they don't sign many of those! HA!
                    I'm doing when I go to Disneyland and the D23 Expo in August.

                    Duffeteer Society of Tenders, Artists & Romantics
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                      Last edited by ilovemegs; 07-13-2011, 08:14 PM.

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                        That's my friend in the video (the one with the iPad).
                        Many as a kid (1986-1998)Aug 98- Port OrleansMarch 03- Jr Band Trip (offsite)Aug 03- Port OrleansJan 12-Aug 5, 05- CP (CS)Jan 1-5, 06- AS Sports (Solo Trip)May 24, 06 to Jan 5, 07- CP (CS)Jan 31-Feb 3, 07- offsite (solo trip)March 1-3, 2007- Dad + Me (offsite)May 16-Aug 10, 07- CP (CS)Aug 10-12, 07- GF/P&PMay 21-Aug 15, 08- CP (PC)Aug 15-18, 08- AKLMarch 25-29, 09 (off-site)Aug 10, 09-Jan 2, 10- CP (CS)Jan 3-May 14, 2010- CP (CS)Feb 12-16, 2012: DCL DreamOct 20-27, 2012: DCL Fantasy (East)Sept 8-12, 2013: DCL DreamJan 20-24, 2014: DCL MagicFeb 17/18, 2015 AS Music

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                        May 16- Aug 10, 2007- Epcot WS Custodial/Seasonal CA
                        May 21- July 5, 2008: Casey's (QSFB); July 6-Aug 15, 2008: character attendant
                        Aug 10, 2009-Jan 2, 2010: Toy Story Mania
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                          Originally posted by dland_lover View Post
                          That was awesome! You see- even the walk-around (or m&g in this case) are better at Disney Theme Parks than all of those other parks! (I once saw Wonder Woman pick a wedgie out, RIGHT IN PLAIN VIEW of everyone, "on stage"!!! ... this was a couple years ago at Magic Mountain, fwiw)
                          The Sesame Street characters at Busch Gardens Tampa are really great. I got so excited when I first saw Cookie Monster (my favorite since I was 3 or 4) I made a beeline to him and went "COOKIE!" and he practically tackle-hugged me. It was just bliss to finally meet my cookie hero after 30+ years. I did pretty much the same thing when I met Grover on a different day. I started going off about an old Sesame Street book starring Grover my mom would read to me called "There's a Monster at the End of This Book" and how it was my favorite as a kid and apparently whoever was playing Grover knew what I was talking about because they got all excited. It was awesome.

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                            In an attempt to take a picture of me and my gf with pocohontas my mom hit the power camera on my gf's camera and when I told her she hit the power button, pocohontas replied with "what's that?"
                            Just joined! Can't believe I haven't joined sooner.

                            "You're dead if you aim only for kids. Adults are only kids grown up, anyway." -Walt Disney

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                              THIS is why disney is magical "ok! I want one of these in the castle!!" so cute!!!! kudos to them for staying in character!
                              "Disneyland is a show."
                              -Walt Disney

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