View Full Version : Cheer up Ruth

02-26-2010, 09:51 AM
My twin has had a really rough week this week. Loads of different things which i won't go into but she really needs cheering up.

So come on folks I need lots of funny Disney Stories to make her smile

hey Ruth, remember when stitch ruffled your hair...

02-26-2010, 10:24 AM
Here's one to make her smile:
The last time we were in the World, we had a character dinner at Liberty Tree Tavern. My daughter was eating her ice cream and Dale came over and sat beside her and was trying to eat her ice cream. She'd bring her spoon up to her mouth and Dale would try to steal some. Also, at one point Chip and Dale were both by us and they were pulling their aprons off each other.

03-01-2010, 05:38 AM
Thanks that's brilliant, anymore folks she still needs to smile and intercot is about the only thing that keeps her going

03-01-2010, 08:38 AM
my aunt works for Disney, so she got me and some out of town friends in for free. We were watching the Main Street Electrical Parade and Joey had to go to the restroom. Me and my other friend noticed he still wasn't back after 10 minutes. After 30 minutes, he finally showed up. He said he stopped to see a shop. When I got to work the next day later, his sister (who I worked with) said he didn't want to tell us this, but he really got stuck in the stall and had to slink under the door to get out, not an easy feat being 6'4"!!

I have another, the last time I was at MK, I got picked to be in that Monster's Inc Laugh Floor, after a full day, there's me in all my haggardness up on the screen being teased. My 10 year old loved seeing mom squirm. I have long hair and had it in a braid down my front, so the monster kept referring to me as the lady with the lovely snake over my shoulder. My kid said it was the best thing about the trip.

03-01-2010, 08:45 AM
When my son rode Jungle Cruise for the first time, at ten years old, he shot across the boat and ducked when the "pygmies" started "shooting" at us. (do they even do that anymore?). Fortunately, we had the boat to ourselves. It was November 2001 and really low crowds. But the skipper started laughing so hard. My son explained that Disney magic can seem so real, you never know. We still tease him about it.

03-01-2010, 11:01 AM
Mickey Mouse tried to throw me out of a restraunt!

I was 8 for our first trip (1998) and for my mum's birthday we went to Donald's Restrauntasaurus for a character breakfast. One of the things they had were Mickey Mouse pancakes, 3 pancakes joined together to make a Mickey sillohette of a head with 2 ears. Not sur eif they still do those.

When Mickey walked past I was eating one of these and rather than biting into it or cutting it with a knife and fork I was pulling piece off to eat. Just as he came to the table I pulled at it and the ear came off and Mickey held onto his own ears and started running around. Amused by this I stood up and did it again and he tried pushing me out of the fire exit! Luckily Donald ran over, I ducked and Donald pushed Mickey out instead. :donald:

It's ok now, me and Mickey are friends again. :mickey:

03-01-2010, 11:12 AM
Thanks guys these are all cool stories. As my lovely twin said I had a rotten week last week including not getting the job I really wanted (which is the job I am currently doing)so thanks for taking the time out to help cheer me up.