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Jim in Merced CA
Thu 12/13/2012 10:34a
'Pirates of the Caribbean' -- you go down the waterfalls, and you may experience some residual water splashing on you.

Cool. That's fun to me.

'Splash Mountain' -- you get wet on that last drop, and sometimes in the other drops, and there are times when you can really get drenched.

Uh...okay. Not terrible.

'Grizzly River Rapids' at CA Adventure.

The entire purpose of those kinds of rides is to not just get a little wet, but to watch others in your raft get absolutely soaked to the skin.

No.

Add me to the 'doesn't like to get wet and slosh around a theme park for the rest of the day' list.
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Kar2oonMan
Thu 12/13/2012 11:30a
What are you people, part cat??? Or aliens from the movie "Signs"?????

<--- throws water gallons at everyone here, laughing maniacally.
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Kar2oonMan
Thu 12/13/2012 11:31a
balloons, not gallons, but gallons kind of works too.
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Kennesaw Tom
Thu 12/13/2012 12:14p
There is a big difference between water rides in Disney parks which are geared toward everyone and kiddie carwashes. The Storybook Circus area is a completely different animal from either Splash of any actual ride in a Disney Park. I can understand the concept of water rides. Storybook Circus isn't a water ride.
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HMButler79
Thu 12/13/2012 12:38p
"Because it's fun"

Kids also think cardboard boxes decorated with crayons are fun. Doesnt mean they should be in parks.
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wahooskipper
Thu 12/13/2012 1:21p
Can I buy a beer in the Beast Restaurant and walk over and watch the kids in the water play area?
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Kar2oonMan
Thu 12/13/2012 1:22p
>>There is a big difference between water rides in Disney parks which are geared toward everyone and kiddie car washes.<<

Many small children can't ride Splash Mountain or the rafting rides. So, no, they're not necessarily for "everyone."

>>The Storybook Circus area is a completely different animal from either Splash of any actual ride in a Disney Park.<<

Isn't that neat? A variety of things to do. Some of them will appeal to you, others not, but that's why Baskin-Robbins makes 31 flavors, as my grandpa used to say (usually during a massive water fight vs. me and my dad. That's how we rolled.).

>>Storybook Circus isn't a water ride.<<

You're right. Circuses are no place for silly fun. Whatsamatter with those clowns?

>>Kids also think cardboard boxes decorated with crayons are fun. Doesnt mean they should be in parks.<<

I'm glad we never jump to extreme analogies in these theme park discussions. LOL
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Dr Hans Reinhardt
Thu 12/13/2012 1:56p
I don't bemoan the addition of water play areas in the parks. I just don't get why Disney insists on sticking them anywhere whenever they can. In a kiddie circus setting? Sure. In the middle of Disneyland's Tomorrowland? Dumb.
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Witches of Morva
Thu 12/13/2012 2:17p
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...

ORGOCH: Offerin' yer services as an old wind bag agin, is ya, tramp?
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leobloom
Thu 12/13/2012 2:21p
>> Can I buy a beer in the Beast Restaurant and walk over and watch the kids in the water play area? <<

Creeper.

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