Rest In Peace At The Happiest Place On Earth

This story made me snort my coffee drink this morning. You know I’m known for inappropriate laughter, and all. I’m a huge Disney fanatic, but having my ashes14611495.jpg scattered off of my favorite ride is an extreme. Even for me.

And which ride to choose? The possibilities are endless, you know. I’d have to say The Tower of Terror. Except that my ashes would end up in Fiddledaddy’s hair. Or, the Rockin’ Roller Coaster. Considering the ups and downs of life. It’s A Small World might be nice. I hear it’s been revamped. The Haunted Mansion is completely out of the question. Too macabre. Again. Even for me. What ride would you chose?

Oh well, food for thought.

Have a wonderful weekend everyone! I’ll be back tomorrow with Saturday Stirrings. Unless I just ruined your appetite.

November 16, 2007

13 Responses to Rest In Peace At The Happiest Place On Earth

  • Interesting to say the least. I am one of those classic romantics who says “the ocean” everytime. I really am no fun!

  • Thunder Mountain Railroad.

    Or Space Mountain. Then no one would be able to see. My kids (or whomever) could dump my ashes with no one being the wiser.

    I love me some Disney, too!

  • Well, if I asked my daughter to do it, she would probably throw my ashes at the abominable snowman (nicknamed Harold, friendly Disney employees told us on one visit) on The Matterhorn, because she always shrieks and loses control at that point. So it wouldn’t really matter what location I would choose.

    Maybe the Tiki Room? Because it’s so dusty in there, no one would notice me anyway?

  • Ah yes, the Tiki Room. When it was about innocent singing birds, all was well. But then, Disney in it’s infinite wisdom, gave the birds RED GLOWING eyes, and made them scary. At least to an 18 month old Emme. We never went back to the Tiki Room. You don’t want to rest in peace in the Tiki Room.

  • Oh, Pirates. If I could RIP with audio-animatronics of Capt. Jack Sparrow and Will Turner I’d rest in peace for sure. ; )

  • It’s been so long since I’ve been to Disney, I don’t know what I’d choose. Can you imagine being below or up wind of the ride in which ashes were scattered from? Ugh.
    My brother and I rode the Small World ride so many times that my parents banned the ride, and then the very song from our lips!

  • perhaps the Tower of Terror, in one of the potted plants in the lobby area. I’ve just always had the urge to get past that velvet rope and look at the antiques. 🙂

  • I really don’t know what to say. But I’m still hungry. I haven’t eaten yet today. 😛

  • I would want one of the guys from the Jungle Cruise to keep my ashes in a little (okay…big) container and then tell a lame joke like they always do. It’s my favorite ride and I make a very good audience!

  • Oh, it would have to be the Dumbo ride at Disneyland, as that’s the one that has the most sentimental value to me… I peed in one of those elephants when I was five. 🙂

  • Ride? Probably most appropriately in the gift shop or the food court.

  • Does it have to be The Magic Kingdom? Can I be left at Epcott?

  • Oh, for sure. I’m very fond of Epcot as well. You could be left in an exotic country.

    How happy does it make me that people in the blogosphere skip merrily down this warped road with me!