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All new IMMERSIVE scents coming to it's a small world

D.Silentu

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One side Walter Cronkite, this is top notch reporting!

All kidding aside, this doesn't seem like a half bad idea.
 

Darkbeer1

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it's a small world already has immersive scents. All the sweat in the summer from guests just riding for the Air Conditioner. The Farts, and the smelly Diapers from babies who decide to take a poop right as the attraction starts. And of course the bonus scents of Talcum Powder and baby wipes from families who think change a diaper on a boat with strangers is perfectly A O.K.
 

VJ

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For those looking for the source (or more context):
New this year, guests will experience three immersive scents as they embark on the happiest cruise that ever sailed. In Asia, guests will enjoy the beautiful fragrance of the cherry blossom. South America adds a classic holiday cinnamon scent, while the South Seas bring tropical flair with the smell of coconut to go along with the hundreds of iridescent bubbles floating through the air. These fun new additions join the scents of fresh pine and peppermint candy that guests know and love in the European scenes.
Source: https://disneylandnews.com/2019/11/04/disneyland-resort-brings-holiday-traditions-from-around-the-world-to-its-a-small-world-holiday/
 

Mac Tonight

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I know OP is trying to be glib, but honestly, attraction smells are an amazing thing.
There are a ton of attraction inspired candles out there that ease the times of not being there.
 

wityblack

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Kind of ironic that Disney has been building immersive lands and making "immersion" confluent with high caliber billion dollar experiences, and are now are completely corrupting the word to be pretty much meaningless. "Now open, our new immersive Pixar Pals Parking Structure!"

Not complaining about the scents, sounds like a fun addition, but they need to stop calling everything immersive.
 

VJ

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Kind of ironic that Disney has been building immersive lands and making "immersion" confluent with high caliber billion dollar experiences, and are now are completely corrupting the word to be pretty much meaningless. "Now open, our new immersive Pixar Pals Parking Structure!"

Not complaining about the scents, sounds like a fun addition, but they need to stop calling everything immersive.
isn't that what buzzwords are for? running them into the ground before they become a cliche, like "magical"?
 

RobWDW1971

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isn't that what buzzwords are for? running them into the ground before they become a cliche, like "magical"?
I find the idea of smells on IASW to be a disruptive and inspired concept and something we should lean into.
 
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Miru

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Kind of ironic that Disney has been building immersive lands and making "immersion" confluent with high caliber billion dollar experiences, and are now are completely corrupting the word to be pretty much meaningless. "Now open, our new immersive Pixar Pals Parking Structure!"

Not complaining about the scents, sounds like a fun addition, but they need to stop calling everything immersive.
Is an immersive parking structure even possible? I’ve been to one; it seems that they have tried to do it, but it all comes off as window dressing. The scents are indeed a good way to mask all the sweat and whatnot.
 

networkpro

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Kind of ironic that Disney has been building immersive lands and making "immersion" confluent with high caliber billion dollar experiences, and are now are completely corrupting the word to be pretty much meaningless. "Now open, our new immersive Pixar Pals Parking Structure!"

Not complaining about the scents, sounds like a fun addition, but they need to stop calling everything immersive.
You didn't hear about them sinking the guests into the water for a truly immersive experience?
 
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