Sulley. When I first saw him out and about in DCA, I got in line to take a picture with him. When I got to the front I yelled, "Sulley!" and flailed my arms in the air. He did the same and then we hugged .
Without a doubt Mickey Mouse! One of the best experiences actually happened in 2005 and my avatar is from the very day my experience happened. I was buying some mouse ears in the Mad Hatter and I felt someone tapping my shoulder. I turn around and it was Mickey! I was so psyched, it just made my day.
I am also a huge Roger Rabbit fan so when Roger was a new character in the park, I was ecstatic to go have my picture taken with him. I ran up and yelled "You're my biggest fan!" he he I remember it well and I miss seeing him around the park.
I have to say that Snow White holds a special place in my heart. I was her for Halloween for 3 years in a row when I was little. But then again when I was little I looked just like Boo from Monster's Inc. so I dunno. I am also new to posting, I read and visit everyday. Welcome to you though Disney Liz
P.S. BTW I have to say I do love your sunglasses (I know off subject...sorrie!!)
Mine’s would be Gadget Hackwrench from Rescue Rangers. I was born in the mid 80’s and I remember the Disney Afternoon was a big part of my childhood. Gadget Hackwrench was a funny not your damsel in distress character that was nice and super smart was well. Even to this day was time goes on and more and more Disney characters are added to my list of Favorites Gadget still reins supreme. The fact that she is becoming more and more obscure (thanks to Disney not using or advertising any television characters at all to the point I think Disney purposely does this to kill these characters with obscurity) makes me love her more and wish Disney would use some of their older characters instead of constantly creating new ones for roles older characters could fill out perfectly. Since Disney is marketing “environmentality” I think a group of Disney characters would fit that theme wonderfully would be Jimmy Cricket (already used as a spokes person for earth day), Gadget Hackwrench (she can literally take any trash and make it a useful item such she is wonderful recycler (look at her coaster)), Wall-e (if you seen the movie you probably know why), and Timon and Pumba (already used for “Wild about safety”). Other characters that are on my favorite list would be Darkwing Duck, Lilo, Dopey, and Stitch.
I've always been partial to the Evil Queen from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs because she's the only commonly-seen character who can treat guests as the peasants they all are, and they like the punishment.
And then there's Pluto. You see, the fact that in the cartoons Goofy walks upright on two legs while Pluto walks on all fours had always messed with my little head, but in Disneyland Pluto walks upright, which definitively resolves the issue of how Disney dogs walk in real life as opposed to their cartoons.
Mickey, Minnie, and Winnie-the-Pooh are all really cute, so I like them, too.
The princesses are pure eye-candy, of course, but among them Snow White has always stood out as a walk-around character for me (although she's not my favorite in the animated features) because there's something about the costume and hair combination on a live person that gives a strong sense of being in a fantasy realm made real.
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Ariel! The first movie I ever saw in a movie theatre was The Little Mermaid...plus I think we have very similar personalities.
She's my favorite too, and mainly because it's the first Disney movie I can remember seeing in the theater. And while our personalities aren't the same, I do love her personality.
Our revels now are ended. These our actors, As I foretold you, were all spirits and Are melted into air, into thin air: And, like the baseless fabric of this vision, The cloud-capp'd towers, the gorgeous palaces, The solemn temples, the great globe itself, Yea, all which it inherit, shall dissolve And, like this insubstantial pageant faded, Leave not a rack behind. We are such stuff As dreams are made on, and our little life Is rounded with a sleep. mycroft16 on Twitter