View Poll Results: Which sense would you choose?

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  • Sight

    15 68.18%
  • Smell

    3 13.64%
  • Hearing

    4 18.18%
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    • Mischievous Mouse
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    If you could only use "one" of these senses your next visit...

    Which one would you choose?


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    Re: If you could only use "one" of these senses your next visit...

    I choose sight because I am "that kind of person" -although it is really a tough choice because some of the smells are out of this world, and the sounds... oh my goodness the sounds are absolutely amazing!!

    This is more of a wake up, awareness of how important all three of these senses are to OUR DISNEYLAND EXPERIENCE. What a huge sacrifice it would be to miss any of these senses.



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    Re: If you could only use "one" of these senses your next visit...

    I would pick sight as well. I feel as though Disneyland does such a wonderful job by appealing to so many of the senses, with the beautiful landscapes, the fragrances and aromas perpetuated by smellitizers, and the theme music and sound effects that are omnipresent.

    I chose sight, however, because I believe it is what Disneyland is able to do somewhat better than the rest. At Disneyland, you can experience things you can't anywhere else when you hear or smell or even tangibly feel something; but I believe most of all you see things that you can't see anywhere else, and that's what Disney does so well.

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    Re: If you could only use "one" of these senses your next visit...

    I would have chosen my sense of humor.
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    Re: If you could only use "one" of these senses your next visit...

    I chose sight

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    Re: If you could only use "one" of these senses your next visit...

    It depends on the season. For summer it definitely wouldn't be smell since you get pressed in so tightly with sweaty people in line. On the other hand, in summer I would definitely choose sight because women are wearing skimpier outfits.
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    Re: If you could only use "one" of these senses your next visit...

    I chose sight even though it would be fun to go with only the sense of smell and try to guess where you were.

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    Re: If you could only use "one" of these senses your next visit...

    Sound, because there's so much to hear at Disneyland, or other places for that matter. Sight takes away from our hearing too much, in my opinion.

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    Re: If you could only use "one" of these senses your next visit...

    Sight so I don't have to hear the obnoxious guests yell in the HM stretching room.




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    Re: If you could only use "one" of these senses your next visit...

    Actually, I am doing this in March, a first time visitor is going be be blindfolded as we go through the tunnel on the left, catch a MS vehicle or the train and walk over to AL and remove the blindfold Once in AL or NOS. The reason for the adventure is that we only have 3 days and early mornings are important. And it is a once in a life time experience to walk in and only imgaine what you hear.

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    Re: If you could only use "one" of these senses your next visit...

    Sound. In fact... I may have to challenge myself to close my eyes once on every ride now, just to see if I can "see" them in my head. LOL.
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    Re: If you could only use "one" of these senses your next visit...

    Since Dobby and I are a team and his senses of hearing and smell are superior to mine, I'll do the seeing and he'll manage the others.

    I think HE would choose hearing -- too much chaotic noise to make real sense of it, but the scent of Disneyland is a cornucopia of food.
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