We’ve heard of diehard Disney fans before. Each one seems to have his or her favorite Disney film, favorite . But one woman’s affinity for a Disney Parks takes things to a whole other level–one we’re sure even the “diehardest” of diehard Disney fans would find repulsive., and favorite
If you love Disney, Disney films, Walt, you probably also love Disney Parks. And when it comes to the parks, you’ve got a proverbial smorgasbord of choices in parks from which to choose–all around the globe: the in Florida, in California, , , Tokyo (sometimes called ), and Hong Kong Disneyland. (Oh, for the day we can add another domestic ?) to the list in, say, Texas
Disney fans even have their favorite Tokyo . within their favorite Disney resort. For some, it’s at in California. For others, it’s Tokyo DisneySea at
But for many, it’s . Why? Well, for starters, . Though it wasn’t the first one built, is the epitome, sort of the “poster child” for Disney Parks feels like the embodiment of all things Disney, all things childhood, Mickey, and Walt himself. at
But whether is your favorite or not, chances are you still love the Pirates of the nestled deep inside Adventureland. (And if you don’t love it, chances are you don’t loathe it.)
The Pirates of the is one enjoyed by kids and kids at heart of all ages. It was the first Disney Parks to inspire a film franchise, rather than the other way around.
One Disney fan likes the so much, that she takes a piece of it home with her every time she visits. But she’s not stealing props from the . Rather, she fills up her Dasani water bottle with water from the . And as if that weren’t bad enough, she then takes the water home and uses it to cook a meal.
(Pausing for dramatic effect. And to let you digest that–no pun intended.)
We aren’t sure what this Disney fan cooks in her ‘s brew; we just know that we won’t be over for dinner anytime soon.
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The practice is not only a bit disgusting, there are a few more things to consider. First, putting your hands into the water at an along a track. Any part of that can be a recipe (again, no pun intended) for disaster. at a is prohibited; there are gears and other mechanisms at work under the murky waves, to say nothing of a boat whose wheels
Second, those murky brown waves are murky and brown by design. The color of the water at the Pirates of the is largely due to chemicals in the water.
So no, you shouldn’t take water from the -favorite Adventureland so you can go home and cook dinner with it. For goodness sakes, use your own tap water or invest in some chicken broth. We guarantee no long-term effects will arise from either of those.