Discussion in 'Disneyland Resort' started by Emmanuel, Feb 14, 2017.
But a Bob Iger statue...?
I bet we never see another post complaining about IP in the parks.
Don't worry. They are like city buses. One be long in a few minutes.
I was about to comment about the people in line, and then remembered I'm probably going to be standing in line for several hours this Thursday night to get a Nintendo Switch at a Midnight launch event. But this is the last time I'm lining up that long for anything... honest!
Lol! I showed up at the Grove in the morning once to see the Backstreet Boys. I've also stood in long lines for movie screenings/premieres, book signing events, celebrity meet and greets, and probably more. I will stand in line for hours for what I want. I wouldn't wait in line for more than 15 minutes for this new experience at Village Haus, but more power to those who will. I'm not judging!
Until the PS5 comes out.
Depends on the software...and my bank account. Seriously, I can usually wait months to get a new console, but...it's all about Zelda this time. Oops, I'm drifting off-topic. Um, the Switch is grey....like the Grey Stuff...but it probably won't taste as good.
I was wrong
The bus arrived right on schedule.
Visited the Tavern again yesterday. Line was short thanks to the rain (ordered and got food within 10 minutes) and the desserts were available but the rose cups remain sold out. Hopefully if they get restocked they impose a purchase limit.
Did you try the grey stuff? How was it?
I once stood in line for 3 hours just to get into D23...only I didn't realize it would take 3 hours to get in so that kinda sucked. The longest I've stood in any line in the last couple of years was 2 hours for Nemo opening and a couple hours for The Force Awakens opening night. There are very few things, if any, especially food, that I would stand in much of a line for.
I did the same for the D23 Expo of 2011. Had to wait for my uncle, who worked for the company at the time, to show up so I could skip it, but he took forever. That's the last Expo I ever attended.
Some people legit buy tents and camp out for days. I can't think of a single thing I would do that for.
First bite and I instantly liked it. I'm a sucker when it comes to desserts.
I've stopped going to San Diego Comic Con because of the lines. It just isn't any fun to miss stuff because your stuck in a line that won't move. However you do get to meet people. It makes the time go faster. I would never wait in line for more than 90 minutes for anything.
Not sure if it's been discussed here but a friend went this weekend and apparently folks are buying the rose cups by the case...and idiot Disney is allowing it. If true, they really are their worst enemy when it comes to this stuff. BTW, one guy has sold 94 of them on ebay at $36 a pop. Others selling for $70+. Weak sauce.
Nice. It's right up my alley so hopefully I'll get to try it soon.
Maybe someday they will be scalped for $200 like the Trader Sam's Haunted Tiki Mug.
I'm glad I waited on the HM mug until they got plenty of new stock in. People just have to be the first to have stuff, at any price...and then it just sits on a shelf (unless they are trying to re-sell to other fans) and is worthless a few years later . I have boxes of different Darth Vader action figures that probably aren't worth what I paid for them...but I didn't collect to make a profit off anyone else like these folks do.
Money is money, no matter who it comes from.
Is it thick or whippy?
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