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    If Your Favorite Disneyland Attraction Was Edible

    And firstly, must give out a shout out to my MiceChat home skillet, Ride Warrior, for coming up with this deliciously insane-in-a-good-way topic way back about 7 months ago. It's locked now, and I got to thinking about it at random today...so my apologies and thanks to Ride Warrior for coming up with it to start with! It is too good, original, and yes, weird and random, a conversation topic to let drop.

    So, how about it, folks? What would your favorite Disneyland resort attractions taste like? What foodstuffs would comprise your best loved adventures, and what might the less-favorable rides taste like?

    So as not to repeat myself from the old thread (yet, anyway, heh), I daresay Snow White's Scary Adventures would be like having chocolate coated pretzel sticks in the haunted forest, candy skulls, crystal sugar for the diamond mine, and a bit of caramel apple finished up with a sudden "Jolt" of caffeine soda at the end.

    What say you, oh epicurean Disney parks fans?
    when the spooks have a midnight jamboree....

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    Re: If Your Favorite Disneyland Attraction Was Edible

    Main Street would be the best tasting. Haunted Mansion would probably be rotted.


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    Re: If Your Favorite Disneyland Attraction Was Edible

    It's a small world.

    It would be just pure sugar. Yummy.


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    Re: If Your Favorite Disneyland Attraction Was Edible

    King Arther's Carousel would taste Mexican Jumping Beans. :P
    the Skyway would taste like an Airy soufflé with a sample spoon taste of Matterhorn, which is an Ice-cream sundae and a little bit of sushi while going over tomorrowland over the Sub Lagoon.
    Haunted mansion would be a Gingerbread house with marshmallow ghosts.
    The jungle Cruise would be a tray of various tropical fruit.
    Its a small world would be so sweet with sugar I would get a cavity.
    the Train would taste like Chili with a side of hot cider with a red liquorish whip for desert.
    Tom swayer Island would taste like nothing because its already gone.
    Autopia would taste like eggs, fried on the asphalt of a freeway...
    Startours would taste like the peanuts you get before a flight.
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    Re: If Your Favorite Disneyland Attraction Was Edible


    "HEY! If Sleeping Beauty's Castle was a hunk of cheese, would you eat it?
    I would! And wash it down with an ice cold Budweiser."


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    Re: If Your Favorite Disneyland Attraction Was Edible

    Quote Originally Posted by barbossa View Post

    "hey! If sleeping beauty's castle was a hunk of cheese, would you eat it?
    i would! And wash it down with an ice cold budweiser."

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    Re: If Your Favorite Disneyland Attraction Was Edible

    Quote Originally Posted by k_peek_2000 View Post
    Main Street would be the best tasting. Haunted Mansion would probably be rotted.
    Main Street would be like....vanilla cookie with a old timey soda and a ice cream sundae, maybe a hamburger. Very comforting and non-confrontational, old fashioned.

    Mmm...rotting Mansion, heh.
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    Re: If Your Favorite Disneyland Attraction Was Edible

    I literally laughed out loud! Love it!!

    The teacups would have the consistency of the teacup Willy Wonka eats in the original Chocolate Factory. They'd taste like the Drink Me bottle in Alice in Wonderland... Yummy!

    The Matterhorn would taste like a snowcone. Yummy!!
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    Re: If Your Favorite Disneyland Attraction Was Edible

    hmmmm...dare I say that Pirates would taste like a big bottle of rum?
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    Re: If Your Favorite Disneyland Attraction Was Edible

    there was a thread like this before and someone mentioned that Big Thunder Mountain looked like a bunch of chicken tenders. my stomach and i agreed!
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    Re: If Your Favorite Disneyland Attraction Was Edible

    I think haunted mansion would taste like mint juleps .. Haunted mansion holiday...obviously gingerbread
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    Re: If Your Favorite Disneyland Attraction Was Edible

    Quote Originally Posted by plagued View Post
    there was a thread like this before and someone mentioned that Big Thunder Mountain looked like a bunch of chicken tenders. my stomach and i agreed!
    I personally think the mountain itself would be like, a giant fluffy biscuit, with the animals and wildlife as chicken tender shapes wrapped in bacon, with ranch dressing as the waterfalls and ponds. Mmmm...delicious Big Thunder Railroad.
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    Re: If Your Favorite Disneyland Attraction Was Edible

    For me, one of my other favorites...I imagine Haunted Mansion would be like, a bloody rare steak with caramelized onions and a nice, pungent cheese that has some body to it for that little taste of corpse. Follow that up with a shot of absinthe, for that kind of surreal, Victorian naughtiness touch and "hitchhiking" ghostmallows to wrap it up
    when the spooks have a midnight jamboree....

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    Re: If Your Favorite Disneyland Attraction Was Edible

    Quote Originally Posted by BlackWidowBride View Post
    hmmmm...dare I say that Pirates would taste like a big bottle of rum?
    I would continue to be a Pirates fan then.


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    Re: If Your Favorite Disneyland Attraction Was Edible

    The DLRR would consist of a nice carbinated drink (the fuel), a nice cigar (smoke), Tabasco sauce (fire), dipping sauce (steam cylinder oil (which is pretty much lubricant for trains)), licorice rails, and a nice cup of hot water in the end (steam, and boiler water).



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