Discussion in 'WDW Parks General Discussion' started by river country, Jul 17, 2012.
whats the story
What about it?
what is it?
Shortest Post Ever.
changed my mind about starting a new thread... is the end of that sentence.
I did his voice in my head when I read this. Surely I wont be the only one.
Depends on which "ring" you are talking about. In the HM before the big refurb there was something people called a ring at the exit. This was actually a left over part of a gate and it was removed during the afore mentioned refurb.
When the interactive queue was put in a real ring was put in just to the right of the sailor's tomb.
I can't believe I didn't notice this! I inspected that queue - guess I'll have to take another look in November!
She keeps it clean.
It's also not Madame Leota's ring either; it's supposed to be the Bride's.
thats not madame leota's ring! thats the bride's! The one in the attic! With the axe!
So I havent seen the madame's ring then but Ive seen the brides? One ring looks just like another.
I wonder how many fools there are that notice the ring, and then try to pull it out, thinking its something of value.
Don't feel too bad. I found out about it from someone else as well.
To my knowledge the ring's owner has never been confirmed especially considering that it was not an actual ring until nearly 40 years after the attraction first opened. Most assume it belongs to the bride but it just as well might belong to the old lady blowing out the candles in the ballroom scene.
This random thread has been brought to you by hte letter "I."
Well at least that narrows it down to two letters....
Well, seeing as the original wasn't even a ring at all - just a leftover post - it can be anything really. The original rumor though was that the post remnant was the Bride's ring. Since it's all made-up anyway, it's kinda moot but that is what the urban legend said nonetheless.
What's amazing to me is that this post now has 20 comments on it and we don't even know what the original intent was supposed to be
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