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    "Don't forget to take your children with you when you because if you leave them behind we take them to Small World, glue their feet to the floor and make them sing that song over and over and over..."

    I also love the "Escaping Passengers" sign above the exit

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tinker Bell
    I saw Trader Sam without his mask. It was cool. Happy Single Awareness Day!

    I LOVE THAT!!!!!!! I'm dyin Tink!!!!! ROTF!!!!
    A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes....

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    Aaaaand we're off...I wish I was off...
    Hi, my name's Cupcake and I'll be your hostess on this trip.
    Over on your right is the Temple of the Forever line.
    We're now entering banana country, please keep your eyes peeled, stay in bunches, and try to look yellow.
    Now that's something you don't se everyday...I do...every 7 and a half minutes...stay in school kids.
    Up on our left is the rarest animal in the jungle, the african bull elephant, you will not see another one of those again on our trip. And up on the right is...that's...a polar bear.
    I heard from the locals that one of the hippos recently had a baby...if we listen closely we might be able to hear it...Ma Ma... BANG! BANG! (that was the gun) don't worry guys, I got it.
    Sittin in a tree H-I-S-S-I-N-G first comes love, then comes esfixiation, then comes a trip to the emergency station.
    This cruise has been brought to you by duct tape, America's favorite baby-sitter.
    If you enjoyed your trip this is the World Famous Jungle Cruise and my name's Mike...if you didn't then this is the Matterhorn Bobsleds and my name's Heidi. Aveeterzein (you know what i'm tryin to say.

    Now before you all leave, I have a poem for you.
    Roses are red, and hippos float.
    Your free ride is over, now get off my boat.
    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.

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    WOW!!! Thanks FloggingMorgy for the great reminder of why JC is one of my favorite rides!!! I felt like I was on it right there! I'm sad now! Why am I not on it right now???
    A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes....

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    "We have a new baby here and if you listen carefully you can hear it call for it's mom...mama mama...talkin' hippos? That ain't right! *bangbang*"

    Yeah but I was really pissed off today when I went on the jungle cruise because the water fall (back side of water) was not working. It was extremely upsetting.

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    I like the whole ride, except for the very end.

    The whole "two heads of his for one of yours" line is so horrible and boring because no matter how different the rest of the narration is I've never heard them talk about Trader Sam with any other words.

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    The Jungle Cruise needs a sock monkey
    Last edited by Star Speeder; 02-16-2005 at 01:19 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Star Speeder
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    The Jungle Cruise needs a sock monkey
    Classic, Total Classic!!

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    Watch your step and watch your head. But it you miss your step and hit your head; watch your language. This is Disney and there are children EVERYWHERE.
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    I LOVE the JC, everything about it. All these quotes from the spiel is making me miss it more and more.



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    Fave from the past...

    Queue joke circa 1975. "We are looking a little lost girl..that's right.. here in the line we are looking for a little lost girl..she is blond, 22 and wearing a blue halter top. If anyone sees her, bring her to the turnstile, we'll know what to do with her.
    "As usual he's taken over the coolest spot in the house"- Father re: Orville 1963

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    He he! I love the guys on the totem pole!
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    http://www.csua.berkeley.edu/~yoda/jungle.htm

    ^It's an archive of Jungle Cruise jokes broken down by area of the attraction! It's awesome!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rainfully
    http://www.csua.berkeley.edu/~yoda/jungle.htm

    ^It's an archive of Jungle Cruise jokes broken down by area of the attraction! It's awesome!
    I love that site! I have spent a few times over there...

    Jungle Cruise happens to be one of my favorite attractions at DL. There are many wonderful jokes. Half the fun is the spontaneity of the Skipper piloting the boat. Does the name Maynard ring a bell?

    Best jokes, in my humble opinion:

    Going into the temple: Skipper points overhead and says "First attempt at the Monorail system".

    The monkey statue: "That's Billy. He's My Idol" I also never tire of them calling him Bob.

    The Sleeping Zebra: "The lions are trying to decide on light meat, dark meat, light meat, dark meat"

    Over at the attacking natives: "Everyone be really quiet. If you listen closely, you can hear the natives say Disco." Everyone is quiet and listens, then hears the natives say "Disco". (I still listen closely to hear it every time.)

    My husband's favorite Maynard joke: The toucans just past the backside of water. He asks one he has named Koko "Are we going the right way KoKo?" KoKo the Toucan shakes his head "No."

    The runner up to Maynards par excellence performance as a JC Skipper must go to the guy who did a Steve Irwin (Crocodile Hunter) impression for the snake in the tree bit. He jumped up onto the crate opposite the steering wheel, and did a spot on impression. No one else has come close to making me laugh at that spot since.

    The jokes about Trader Sam's dinner parties are always classic.

    Then there are the occassional witty remarks as we are to exit the boats.

    Someday I dream of Skippering just one JC trip. I think I would do a good job. :0
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    "Remember in Disneyland, when you wish upon a star your dreams do come true....for fifty bucks a day plus parking"

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