NOOOOOOOOOOOO! These were my favorite!!!! OMG
The meat would just fall off the bone. They were perfect, of good quality and price.
I swear, they better bring them back or I'll... I'll... I'll just cry!!!
There is no freakin justice in the world.
I'll join the chorus in lamenting the loss of the creative names. Though, I wish they'd plow that entire section under and re-theme it to... something else. If Disney is going to pay homage to California's role in the advent of flight without acknowledging The Rocketeer, then no dice.
I think what bothers me more than the food change is the fact that they took out all the creative food names. Now the sign looks like one in a typical fast-food restaurant.
I'm going to be the weird guy who says that I like this change. The sections themselves still have their wacky names ("The Flight Stuff"?), but the actual products don't come with a name that nobody will want to say out loud.In all honesty I think in recent times Disney has relied too heavily for written puns to carry their theme instead of design or architecture.
When I think back in history, it's something that's been heavily identified with nostalgia from the beginning: Main Street was a nostalgic ideal for the Greatest Generation and filled with punny names like Wizard of Bras. That kind of thing has slipped out into the rest of the park through the past few eras, places like Frontierland and Adventureland used to be much more serious. I don't know if Tony was to blame, but it seemed like Big Thunder appeared at about the same time that puns broke out all over the park.
Last edited by MickeyMania; 02-18-2013 at 11:40 PM.
wow.... not feeling the magic mountain/knotts themed names... and not a fan of them changing the fries, getting rid of the ribs, and cutting back on fresh toppings at the toppings bar.... does it really cost them that much to put some lettuce, tomatoes, and onions in there?? smh