But I abhor those who recite the HM spiel in the stretching room. Oy vey.
/nod, it's very rude.
"Conservatives are not necessarily stupid, but most stupid people are conservative." - John Stuart Mill
"We cannot defend freedom abroad by deserting it at home." - Edward R. Murrow
"It's far easier to fight for your principles than it is to live up to them." - Adelai Stephenson
Reason for the Season? Tilt of the planet's axis. Oh, you meant the holiday season? That's easy - Feast of Saturnalia. Disagree? That's nice.
Jungle Cruise for me. Haven't been on it that often but I have the whole spiel down perfect. Now if only I could hijack a skipper costume, a boat of guests and I'd be set.
Other rides, that I think aren't as great as knowing Jungle Cruise: Star Tours, Sadly to say: storybook canal, Splash Mountain, HM, POTC.
i can recite the jungle cruise speil backwards, forwards, sideways, standing on my head, with 500 variations, correct pronunciation of all the animals and plants names, and in some cases, in three or four different languages
You would think that being in New York for eight months out of the year would be cool...not when the closest thing you have to Disneyland is the World of Disney Store on Madison.
sounds pretty obsessed..good. now quote something to prove it..
I wouldn't call it "obsessed" I would just call it that I overly enjoy the attraction more than most other people. I see the Jungle cruise as an attraction that provides the audience with a somewhat personal experience that is not really "canned" and is not the same thing over and over. Yes, they may use the same jokes over and over and you will see the same animals over and over, but the different skippers delivering the jokes gives this ride a personal experience that any other ride (except maybe the storybook canal) cannot give a guest. And for me being "obsessed" and you wanting a quote; here you go:
"Over to your left is Trader Sam. He has a great deal going on. Currently he is willing to trade you, one of his heads, for one of yours. Anyway you slice it, dice it or cut it, you will always come out... ahead."
Does that surfice for you Cousin Orville?