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    Re: Do you enjoy 'people watching' @ Disneyland?

    Inside the bathrooms! Best spot to people watch ...

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    I have a couple of places where I sit and people watch. I like to sit in the park on Main Street, especially in the evening. You get to hear a lot of conversation about how the day has gone and how much is being spent at the Emporium. I also like to sit over by Buzz Lightyear. You get the tired parents with the sleeping kids there. The times I have enjoyed the most are watching the ladies enter with high heels, surely they should know better, and then seeing them later in the day wearing slippers and carrying their heels. Sometimes I feel like telling them, comfort is what counts here, not fashion!

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    Re: Do you enjoy 'people watching' @ Disneyland?

    Quote Originally Posted by Disneyland Daddy View Post
    You betcha! Disneyland is by far the BEST freak show around.
    Not quite the best. You won't believe what we see at the Renaissance Pleasure Faire!
    However Disneyland is my second favorite place to people watch.

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    Re: Do you enjoy 'people watching' @ Disneyland?

    Quote Originally Posted by wampa stomper View Post
    kida of creepy to think everyone is watching you.

    So let me get this straight??
    Mice chaters like to:
    Spread there burnt remains all around Disneyland,
    Watch people
    complain about Disneyland
    Yep that about covers it!
    You forgot about talking about Dole Whips, Monte Cristos, and churro carts.

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    Re: Do you enjoy 'people watching' @ Disneyland?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lynn, Renaissance Woman View Post
    Not quite the best. You won't believe what we see at the Renaissance Pleasure Faire!
    However Disneyland is my second favorite place to people watch.
    Hearing my preschoolers talk about the Ren Faire is Hilarious! A lot of them get scared by...yes.

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    Re: Do you enjoy 'people watching' @ Disneyland?

    I LOVE to people watch! I love doing it from that cute porch, on Main Street!!

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    Re: Do you enjoy 'people watching' @ Disneyland?

    Sometimes I like listening to people talking who really dont know much about the park. I here some pretty dumb stuff!
    Such as

    Lets go on the "amazon boat ride" LOL (JC)
    or
    "the log ride" (splash mountain)
    Or
    "the haunted house" LOL
    But the funiest thing I ever herd was..
    "So whats indiana jones like? Its like a roller coaster with stuff"
    HAHAHA

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    Re: Do you enjoy 'people watching' @ Disneyland?

    The only time I sit still at DL is when I'm exhausted. I rarely notice people, but my daughter and mother will point people out. Usually the over the top people. They have to be VERY obvious for me to notice them.

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    Re: Do you enjoy 'people watching' @ Disneyland?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mtsplash View Post
    Sometimes I like listening to people talking who really dont know much about the park. I here some pretty dumb stuff!
    Such as

    Lets go on the "amazon boat ride" LOL (JC)
    or
    "the log ride" (splash mountain)
    Or
    "the haunted house" LOL
    But the funiest thing I ever herd was..
    "So whats indiana jones like? Its like a roller coaster with stuff"
    HAHAHA
    Today, as I was exiting Adventureland and entering the hub area, I heard someone behind me and pointing straight ahead, "I guess that's Tomorrowland over there..." Pretty good guess I would think! LOL

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    Re: Do you enjoy 'people watching' @ Disneyland?

    I people watch even when I'm on a ride. It's more challenging that way.
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    Re: Do you enjoy 'people watching' @ Disneyland?

    I watch people just about anywhere. Fascinating stuff.
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    Re: Do you enjoy 'people watching' @ Disneyland?

    When not being asked about QuickPass, SpeedPass, FastTrack, SkipPass, QuickTrack, SpeedFast, TrackPass, SpeedTicket, TicketPass, SpeedHappyFunPass, FastSkip, MakeGoPastLineTickets, and FastPass, or whether the line is really as long as the sign 3 feet away says, what do you think attraction greeters do?

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    Re: Do you enjoy 'people watching' @ Disneyland?

    No, I hate it. I avert my eyes and try to stare at the floor. Also please stop looking at me as I am just an ugly shell of a Disney nerd!!!

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    Re: Do you enjoy 'people watching' @ Disneyland?

    I don't understand "people watching" at all. Except for ogling hot ladies (which I try not to do ) I can't understand why anyone would want to watch strangers walk by.

    What do these people do that is so interesting?

    I really want to know.

    I have been stuck on a bench waiting for someone and looking at strangers never seemed interesting.

    If I was really bored I would speak to strangers. But watch them?

    Why?

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    Re: Do you enjoy 'people watching' @ Disneyland?

    Quote Originally Posted by Sweetie View Post
    I don't understand "people watching" at all. Except for ogling hot ladies (which I try not to do ) I can't understand why anyone would want to watch strangers walk by.

    What do these people do that is so interesting?

    I really want to know.

    I have been stuck on a bench waiting for someone and looking at strangers never seemed interesting.

    If I was really bored I would speak to strangers. But watch them?

    Why?
    Because.

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