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How to keep the little ones from crying when it's time to leave.

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  • How to keep the little ones from crying when it's time to leave.

    I think this is funny. My friend Jim and his four year old son Andrew love going to Disneyland. When Jim was little, he used to cry when his folks said it was time to go home. So Jim's brainwashed his boy into thinking the parking tram is "a ride." He gets him all stoked about riding the tram! It's worked well so far. I wonder how long before little Andrew gets wise to it.

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    Re: How to keep the little ones from crying when it's time to leave.

    Forget the kids!

    I usually cry when I have to leave the park the last day.
    Sig by Poisonedapples!

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      Re: How to keep the little ones from crying when it's time to leave.

      Originally posted by Fantasmico! View Post
      Forget the kids!

      I usually cry when I have to leave the park the last day.
      I do too! haha!

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      • #4
        Re: How to keep the little ones from crying when it's time to leave.

        my child never cried when it was time to go home. I nver cried when it was time to go home either. We knew better....

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        • #5
          Re: How to keep the little ones from crying when it's time to leave.

          I cant say I ever new anyone who cried..... and thats everyone of all ages I am talking about.

          I just used to constantly talk about, how maybe we should just stay a couple EXTRA days.
          Har har har

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          • #6
            Re: How to keep the little ones from crying when it's time to leave.

            ball gags do wonders :evil:
            See more of my horrible photos (and a few good ones) at my Flickr photostream

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            • #7
              Re: How to keep the little ones from crying when it's time to leave.

              Anyone that doesn't get a little weepy in the eye when leaving Disneyland lives way too close to the place. IMHO.
              Just countin' the days til the next visit!

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              • #8
                Re: How to keep the little ones from crying when it's time to leave.

                Originally posted by All4dISNEY View Post
                Anyone that doesn't get a little weepy in the eye when leaving Disneyland lives way too close to the place. IMHO.


                5 1/2 hours away. "Going a little bit over the speed limit" :angel::whistling
                Har har har

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