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What Disneyland attraction are you?

Roger Rabbit's Car Toon Spin
Roger Rabbit's Cartoon Spin: a wild ride through the back alleys of toontown! The only ride with a PG sense of humour in the G rated world of Disneyland, you are zany, wild, and a little bit of a loose screw. Energetic and colorful, you go at full speed, even though your taxi-car vehicles actually have four flat tires! Despite your older humor, you are a kid at heart and kids most relate to your cartoony world and like you the best. You've been known to make the adults a little queasy and a litte bit dizzy. You leave your visitors dazed, a little confused, but more often, extremely amused. You take us to the places we'd never see in a ride featuring the straight-laced Mickey, but somehow you're still all Disney.

What Disneyland attraction are you?
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May. 6th, 2003 12:19 pm (UTC)
This is just so wrong...
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<img src="http://images.quizilla.com/S/serogi/1051339536_squismall2.jpg" border="0" alt=""it's a small world""><br>"it's a small world": The happiest cruise<br>that ever sailed! Surreal and silly, or sweet<br>and touching, you are a well intentioned 1960s<br>homage to the world's diversity that<br>unfortunatly inspires feelings of sheer terror<br>in those who can't help but feel something more<br>sinister lays beneath your shiney surface. But<br>most cannot deny your charm, even if they<br>cannot explain it, and leave feeling better<br>than when they entered. Most overlook the fact<br>that because of your unique style and design,<br>courtesy of Disney Legend Mary Blair, you are a<br>true work of art and you deserve to be<br>appreciated. You are both worldy and<br>simplistic, both cosmopolitan and decidedly<br>middle American. You are a splendid candy-<br>coated contradiction with a sugary, sunny song<br>that one never forgets. If the world truely<br>listened to your never-ending optimism, it<br>could be a small world after all.
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May. 6th, 2003 12:39 pm (UTC)
Re: This is just so wrong...
So wrong, and yet so appropriate... ;)
May. 6th, 2003 12:56 pm (UTC)
Re: This is just so wrong...
Yeah, especially the something sinister underneath, right?

::chirping crickets::

yeah, yeah. I'm sweet.
May. 6th, 2003 12:22 pm (UTC)
The Mark Twain?!? WTF?

May. 6th, 2003 12:37 pm (UTC)
I can see it. What, you'd rather be the tram?
May. 6th, 2003 12:42 pm (UTC)
I guess that I don't see it. I see the Mark Twain ride as an overly-romanticized, polyanna-ed tour through a fictionalized version of America during the time of Samuel Clemens. The fact that it's on a track and doesn't provide it's own motive force compounds how entirely fake it is. I enjoy the ride on the very rare occasion that I take it, but mostly because it's outdoors on the water and a nice change of pace from standing in line and moving very fact. I just don't see myself as someone who is being propelled along a track through a fantasyland. I'd like to think I'm a bit more self motivated and have a more realistic world view.

Or maybe I'm just hungry and need to get lunch. You never can tell.


May. 6th, 2003 12:49 pm (UTC)
Hmmm, well, let's see how they describe it:

"The Mark Twain: A leisurely paddle steamboat navigating the Rivers of America in the 19th Century! A venerable Disneyland institution, you date to opening day in 1955 and respresent stablity, tradition, and a healthy dose of Americana. You never make your passengers seasick (in part due to the fact that you role along your secret underwater track) and always offer some great panoramic views of a Frontier mining town, New Orleans, and back woods glimpses of wildlife and injuns straight out of a Samuel Clemens tale! Small children and old folks like you best, but that doesn't mean you don't know how to get out and enjoy the nightlife, you play "Steamboat Willie" in the nightly production of the Fantasmic! Spectacular. Just one question, just how is that you are always managing to be headed "down river"?"

I dunno - sounds like you. :)
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