Thu 12/13/2012 2:25p
|I would buy the idea of a kiddie carwash in the MK, except that it is more appropriate at a multitude of other locations anywhere on WDW's Manhattan size property. Why the MK park?|
If, there were kiddie carwashes at a couple WDW resort pools, I would say.... hummm maybe. But when there are none anywhere on the WDW property. There's a problem. WDW isn't DL. It's a massive property. A kiddie carwash is much better suited for anyone of the 30 something various Disney owned and non Disney owned resorts and hotels on WDW's property.
One truely has to question the reasoning behind placing one infront of the trainstop in Fantasyland.
I really don't see anyone in California says that DL could only be better if they had a kiddie carwash somewhere in one of the DL's parks.
|92||Dr Hans Reinhardt|
Thu 12/13/2012 2:42p
|"ORDDU: What you need is a certain witch to come blow you until you're dry whenever you get wet, Dr. Hans, dear. I can always make sure you don't have to stay wet for very long..."|
Um, we may have to take this conversation offine.
Thu 12/13/2012 3:03p
|Both times I've seen the Casey Jr area, I've been amazed by the sheer amount of water coming out of the sprayers. My Dad's and my first thought was the Curious George area at Universal. We also thought it would be much more appropriate at a resort pool area or one of the water parks. |
As a grown up, it's hard to take a picture with so much water everywhere. And I wanted to take pictures because I love Dumbo stuff featuring Casey, and the numbers of the cars match the years the various parks opened.
Oh, and the last time we rode Pirates we got drenched. Far wetter than we get on Splash these days. It was horrible, because we were completely unprepared for it. But that's what happens when you sit in the first row, of a very heavy boat I guess.
Thu 12/13/2012 3:20p
|I'm starting a new drinking game. Whenever Kennesaw Tom says "kiddie carwash" everyone downs a shot. ; )|
|95||Dr Hans Reinhardt|
Thu 12/13/2012 6:17p
|What happens if someone else says it?|
Thu 12/13/2012 9:38p
|They get blasted with a spray of seltzer water!|
Fri 12/14/2012 5:29a
|The other thing to consider is the water at WDW. Have you ever drunk out of a water fountain in the MK? It tastes like swamp water.|
I was in Orlando a month ago and brought my pur water filter pitcher with me. All the water I consumed for coffee or whatever was filters. It was disturbing to think I was showering in Florida water let alone drinking it.
I don't know for a fact just what filtering procedures that WDW does. I do know the water coming out of the tap at WDW resorts tastes like swamp water. I certainly don't want to be drinking it or bathing in it. To say the least it is subpar to the water elsewhere, like Atlanta or New England, where I grew up.
If you want to dance around in swamp water, or let your children do that then fine.... I'm not going to.
Fri 12/14/2012 8:09a
|<,Curious George area at Universal.>>|
Off topic, but at this point we really aren't on a topic, but I can't wait for a few years down the line when that is dead and gone.
Fri 12/14/2012 9:18a
|>>If you want to dance around in swamp water, or let your children do that then fine<<|
Yes, I am sure it is actual swamp water, probably filtered through a moonshiner's sweat sock. (eye roll)
Here's a fun fact for you: All the water on earth that is here today is the same amount that has always been here. Your water might once have been dinosaur pee pee!
|100||Jim in Merced CA|
Fri 12/14/2012 10:49a
|^^^I learned that at EPCOT's Future World in the pre-show of the Land Pavilion movie.|