think we need some pictures :lol:When we were at WDW last month, my son was meeting Woody & Jessie (two of his absolute favorites!) over by Splash Mountain. When it was his turn, Woody bent down to hug him, and when he stood up, he stepped backward and tripped over the curb and fell into the landscaped area. Everyone thought he had done it on purpose, just goofing off with my son, so no one went to help. I was laughing and snapping pictures, thinking it was just part of the show. My son was trying to help him up, but then he fell backward a little more and was flailing his arms around, so finally my husband and a CM helped pull him to his feet. Evidently he was really shaken up, because as soon as he stood up, he turned and ran backstage. Jessie did a really great job of distracting my son while this was happening - she was dancing with him and keeping him completely occupied. We stuck around for a few minutes, hoping that Woody was okay and would return, but he never came back.
LMAO! you gotta feel bad for him like you said he practically has no arms:ROFLOL:I love this video
I feel so bad for him because his arms are not real.
I can not stand when one of the EV set crashes there vehicle into the back of my legs endlessly. I understand that people may need these to get around but when one crash into my kid I was ready to inplant the chair permenantly in there butt.check out these hot mamas!lol
or do u feel like this lady at the end of the day
That would be an awkward conversation!Back in 2000 I was working at the then MGM Studios as a photog at meet and greets. I was with Mickey and Minnie when suddenly Mickey got a little woozy and passed out. Turns out "Mickey" was several weeks pregnant and had been in the heat a bit too long. The girl ended up being fine, but I just kept thinking about the difficulties involved with explaining to kids that the meet and greet had to end early because of Mickey's pregnancy.