We all have them, those rides and shows at the Disney parks that you just cannot miss!
You might even visit the attraction twice…or three or even four times…in one park visit, and you consider neglecting the parades and nightly Wishes fireworks just to get a shorter wait time on your favorite ride.
Here’s what your favorite WDW attraction says about you:
#1: Haunted Mansion: You’re a fan of dark humor. You enjoy Tim Burton films and would love if Danny Elfman composed the score to your life. You are not afraid of ghosts.
#2: Pirates of the Caribbean: You crave adventure and excitement, and you own a lot of gold jewelry!
#3: The Enchanted Tiki Room: You love nature and being outdoors. You also really, really love classic Disney trivia, and you have no problem proudly displaying your Disney knowledge about the countless limited-edition Disney pins hanging around your neck. A trip to Hawaii is on your bucket list.
#4: Carousel of Progress: You are a bit of an original and are hard to forget. You easily remember all the words to Disney songs and like to sing them LOUDLY.
#5: It’s a Small World: You have a newborn baby who needs a nap, you’re retired, you need a break from the heat and sun, or you’re a glutton for punishment. No, seriously, if this is your favorite ride then you’re a loving, kind, youthful person who enjoys spending time with your family and friends.
#6: Splash Mountain: You like to have a good time, but let’s not get too crazy. You’re adventurous, but you like to keep the adventure contained. One 50-foot drop is enough for you, and you secretly go on Splash Mountain just to see the Brer Rabbit story!
#7: Jungle Cruise: You read the jokes off of Laffy Taffy wrappers and laugh out loud. You’re silly, sarcastic, and quick-witted. You take very little seriously in life and look for opportunities for puns wherever you can.
#8: The Monorail: You believe in doing things by-the-book and are a straight forward, true friend to all.
#9: Toy Story Midway Mania: You thrive off competition. You enjoy competition so much that you’re comfortable waiting 75-80 minutes in the ride queue. The person you ride with suddenly goes from friend to foe as soon as you tug on your machine. Easy there, tiger.
#10: Rock and Rollercoaster starring Aerosmith: You live life in the fast lane and love a good party. You listen to 1980s metal music and have more than one vintage band tour t-shirt in your closet.
#11: Mission Space: Orange: You have a strong stomach. You have no fears about life. I applaud your strength. YOLO.
#12: Mission Space: Green: You’re friends with the Orange riders, but you opted out for the safer choice. You’re the level-headed one amongst your friends. You go along with the crowd, but only up to a certain point. You never show your teeth when smiling.
#13: Expedition Everest: You are an adventurer! The sky’s the limit for you… you are a thrill seeker…nothing is “too scary” for you! You’ve already signed up for the first mission to Mars.
#14: DINOSAUR: You were the kid who had mounds and mounds of plastic dinosaurs littering your bedroom floor. There’s nothing wrong with delving into your nerdy side. You love, love, love this ride!
#15: Harry Potter World: You’re the guest who has no clue they’re at a Disney park or that Disney DOES NOT OWN Harry Potter anything… It’s okay. You look for Expedition Everest in the Magic Kingdom. You wonder “What time is the 3 o’clock parade at?” The park you like best is the one with the big golfball out front. 🙂
(adapted from The Disney Life)
Two Girls and a Mouse Tale by Elly Collins & Caroline Collins
We worked at WDW for a year in the Disney College Program (Fall 2013/Spring 2014) and have written a book about what it’s like to be a cast member working for Disney.
We included advice on how to successfully get into the DCP program, including some of the actual phone interview questions, how to have a successful internship, and how not self-term before your program ends. Our book is filled with lots of behind-the-scene stories of the magic of Disney.
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