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(YouTube)   Subby never wants kids, but might reconsider after realizing he'd never get to make anybody feel like this   ( youtube.com) divider line
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2011-10-08 07:13:06 AM  
Fine! We're staying home, geez....
 
2011-10-08 07:28:30 AM  
Cute...

/Cue the dusty weeping vaginas...
 
2011-10-08 07:29:22 AM  
I got my cat a Disneyland Paris coffee mug and ... I"m going to die alone ain't i?
 
2011-10-08 07:47:06 AM  
Meh, I used to react that way every time a new Mad Magazine hit the newsstands.

(A newsstand is...oh, never mind and begone from mine lawn.)
 
2011-10-08 07:49:14 AM  
Thats what mommy and dad will sound like after looking at the bill for evilland...I mean Disneyland ....waaaaaaaaahhhhhh!
 
2011-10-08 08:00:26 AM  
Ew, after that headline I'm afraid to click on TFA.
 
2011-10-08 08:11:34 AM  
I just asked my 3 year old if he wants to go to Disneyland. He scoffed and said "No."

Yay for having a kid who only wants to go to the playground.
 
2011-10-08 09:27:10 AM  
"One thing kids like is to be tricked. For instance, I was going to take my little nephew to DisneyLand, but instead I drove him to an old burned-out warehouse. "Oh, no," I said, "DisneyLand burned down." He cried and cried, but I think that deep down he thought it was a pretty good joke. I started to drive over to the real DisneyLand, but it was getting pretty late." - Jack Handy


/obligatory.
 
2011-10-08 09:28:19 AM  
Hey honey, are you ready to be indoctrinated into one of the most evil corporations on the planet? Yeah! Boho!!
 
2011-10-08 09:36:35 AM  
Oh, come on.
Regardless of your views on Disney/land - and I don't totally disagree - it was pretty heartwarming to watch.

Now this:
If I've ever seen a girl on the road to becoming a Drama Queen, she is it.

Has 'Drama Princess' been trade-marked yet?
 
2011-10-08 09:40:15 AM  

Poison Appleseeds: Hey honey, are you ready to be indoctrinated into one of the most evil corporations on the planet? Yeah! Boho!!


Oh God.
 
2011-10-08 09:58:36 AM  

Poison Appleseeds: Hey honey, are you ready to be indoctrinated into one of the most evil corporations on the planet? Yeah! Boho!!


"Indoctrinated"? I'm not one myself but don't the parents still have a fair amount of control over their kids at that age? Enough that they can take her to Disneyland for one day and still put in the work to make sure it doesn't turn her into a drone for the Disney corporation?
 
2011-10-08 10:00:32 AM  
Oh my gosh that little girl was so sweet my teef hurted.
 
2011-10-08 10:25:27 AM  
Yes, but by the time she's 14, she'll be a hateful, spiteful little biatch and Mom and Dad will wish they could go into a coma for 3 years at which point the little hellion can be put out on the curb without interference from CPS.
 
2011-10-08 10:52:12 AM  
Kids are a second chance at childhood. If you raise them to be douches they will be. Mine are not and they were raised to obey their parents and do chores.

Helps that mom can be vindictive LOL
 
2011-10-08 11:37:21 AM  
"Okay, bye!"
???
What was that about? Wind the kid up and take off? Anyway, anybody have a link to that video of same subject, where the kids were disappointed and angry because they had their hearts set on some other vacation?
 
2011-10-08 11:55:12 AM  
That will only cost them $1,000 for one day.

(Remembers what it was like to pay $20 for the "locals only" Disneyland discount. Those were the days.)
 
2011-10-08 12:04:34 PM  

The Great EZE: "Indoctrinated"? I'm not one myself but don't the parents still have a fair amount of control over their kids at that age? Enough that they can take her to Disneyland for one day and still put in the work to make sure it doesn't turn her into a drone for the Disney corporation?


Yes, but what percentage put in the effort to exercise that control, or even realize that megacorps are training your children to conspicuously consume (and specifically consume their goods) from the very moment they fall out of mama's ham wallet?
 
2011-10-08 12:17:43 PM  
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2011-10-08 12:53:08 PM  

attention span of a retarded fruit fly: Kids are a second chance at childhood. If you raise them to be douches they will be. Mine are not and they were raised to obey their parents and do chores.

Helps that mom can be vindictive LOL


that is the comment you left after watching the video? You must be a real peach. I bet your kids end up hating you. vindictive towards your children? Jesus lady, they are kids. Grow up.
 
2011-10-08 04:29:06 PM  

Gulper Eel: Meh, I used to react that way every time a new Mad Magazine hit the newsstands.

(A newsstand is...oh, never mind and begone from mine lawn.)


Ha, I still subscribed to MAD but I'll admit it's not the same as it used to be 30 years ago when I was a kid. But it does bring back fond memories every time I get the new issue in the mail.
 
2011-10-08 04:30:11 PM  

Dear Jerk: "Okay, bye!"
???
What was that about? Wind the kid up and take off? Anyway, anybody have a link to that video of same subject, where the kids were disappointed and angry because they had their hearts set on some other vacation?


This one? (new window)
 
2011-10-08 04:48:14 PM  
Places more fun than Disneyworld:

- Dick's House
- Chuck E. Cheese's
- Home
- Sitting in the car at the airport
- Sleeping in a cozy bed at 6:30 in the morning

Here's a tip, parents: Kids don't like to be surprised with big news like this anymore than you would, and the bait-and-switch act just makes them distrust and resent you. If you want your kids to be excited over a trip to Disneyworld, involve them in the planning process from day one so you watch the excitement build on their faces over time. To me, that would be worth more than hoping a "GOTCHA" reaction video on YouTube would go viral and wind up being used on a Disney commercial.
 
2011-10-08 04:56:01 PM  
Mean parents, making their kid cry.......
:(
 
2011-10-08 05:09:52 PM  
Much, much better being an uncle or aunt... You get to be the cool one and then send them home spoiled and whacked out on sugar, and then it becomes the parents' problem.
 
2011-10-08 05:39:59 PM  

Theonceovertwice: That will only cost them $1,000 for one day.

(Remembers what it was like to pay $20 for the "locals only" Disneyland discount. Those were the days.)


Yep. Sad really. My mom is kind of insisting that we take my son (also 6) to D-land this year when we go visit, and it kind of makes me squirm. He isn't even into Disney, never has been (well, except a pretty obsessive love of the movie Cars for a short while).

Even so, that was pretty darned adorable to watch.
 
2011-10-08 06:16:39 PM  
I can tell most of you don't have kids, as if you did, you'd understand that big surprises are so emotional overwhelming for kids, the first few times they get one they get scared and cry because of it.

It's not they are whiny biatches or spoiled brats, its just a natural reaction to a feeling that builds up so strongly, to them it's becomes a very freaky feeling (like anything new or unknown to a kid). Crying is just natural instinct to that sudden emotional response.

After a while, as with all things growing up, they soon learn that big suprises and the feelings they get are natural (and ok) so crying like that doen't happen anymore. But most girls/women, as being the nature of girls by keeping a closer bond to their emotional side.. still get weepy on those big suprizes.
 
2011-10-08 06:54:17 PM  
Wow - the Disney viral marketing division is really working it these days. I wonder how many kids they had to audition before they found that girl.
 
2011-10-08 08:32:48 PM  

tillerman35: Wow - the Disney viral marketing division is really working it these days. I wonder how many kids they had to audition before they found that girl.


Kids that age?

Three. And the first two were boys.
 
2011-10-08 08:56:50 PM  
unforunately not all kids are that sweet...
 
2011-10-08 09:52:24 PM  
EchoMike 2011-10-08 04:30:11 PM
This one? (new window)

That's it. Thanks. It's still hilarious. One minute of video. Three people on screen. Five well defined characters and interpersonal relationships. If it were scripted it would be genius.
 
2011-10-08 11:18:13 PM  
Thanks subby, that video really tears me apart, every time I see it, regardless of how many times it has been repeated. Who can forget that sweet little girl?

Five people die, 2 people injured in three car collision on the Garden Grove Freeway

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2011-10-09 12:09:21 AM  
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(new window) The kids were happy but maybe they were terrified. Obscure?
 
2011-10-09 04:09:51 AM  

RoyBatty: Thanks subby, that video really tears me apart, every time I see it, regardless of how many times it has been repeated. Who can forget that sweet little girl?

Five people die, 2 people injured in three car collision on the Garden Grove Freeway

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FTFA: Bovard was traveling east in the freeway's center lane just before 2 a.m. when her 1976 Chrysler Cordoba went out of control "for unknown reasons," Mulligan said.

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Ricardo Montalban has a sad.
 
2011-10-09 04:17:30 AM  
Was not expecting the tears... not exactly a PR dream for Disney, eh? ;)

The movie theater where I work was rented for a combined birthday party for two little girls a while back. They had similarly "OH WOW THIS IS GREAT" nice dispositions and were very thankful and sweetly appreciative about everything. When I told them I'd put their names on the marquee, they were ridiculously excited and thanked me profusely.
I asked them if they knew what a marquee was. They didn't, but it didn't matter...
 
2011-10-09 10:00:32 AM  
Did anybody else wonder why she chose to do this while dad was still at work, rather than waiting until he was home?
 
2011-10-09 03:14:13 PM  
One thing kids like is to be tricked. For instance, I was going to take my little nephew to Disneyland, but instead I drove him to an old burned-out warehouse. "Oh, no," I said. "Disneyland burned down." He cried and cried, but I think that deep down, he thought it was a pretty good joke. I started to drive over to the real Disneyland, but it was getting pretty late. - Jack Handey
 
2011-10-09 03:17:20 PM  
Isn't the weeks of build-up before a big trip half the fun for a kid? I know it was for me.
 
2011-10-09 05:42:55 PM  

Kibbler: Did anybody else wonder why she chose to do this while dad was still at work, rather than waiting until he was home?


Kinda figured they did this before the dad left for work--was that the man she hugged near the end?
 
2011-10-09 06:40:16 PM  
madman in disneyland (new window)


/got nothing
//get off my lawn
 
2011-10-09 07:13:11 PM  
haha the kid is a lil' interrogator!

@ 0:40

"HOW'D YOU KNOW I WANT THIS? HOW?? HOW!!!!"
 
2011-10-10 01:41:33 AM  

Kibbler: Did anybody else wonder why she chose to do this while dad was still at work, rather than waiting until he was home?


Know how I know you didn't watch the entire video?

CSB:
1994. Took the oldest to D-World when he was 4. Finally got inside the gate, whipped out the camera to take a picture of him with the horse and cart, then dropped camera on the ground and broke it. Me, the wife, and the kid spent the day running around. I don't think he liked it too much, but we were missing all sorts of fun picture taking. Eventually, we ended up in that room with the characters painted on plywood. I wanted to take some pictures in there, and walked over to the convenient kiosk in the middle of the room. I asked the girl for a disposable camera. 24 exposures. I pulled out my wallet, and she said, "$28 plus tax." TWENTY-EIGHT FARKIN' DOLLARS FOR A DISPOSABLE CAMERA IN 1994!!!1! Farkin' pricks.

/ I HATE Disney World-Land-Shiat.
 
zez
2011-10-11 02:15:40 PM  
The only time I went to Disney World was when I was 8 and it had only been open for 6 years, I wonder if anything has changed?
 
zez
2011-10-11 03:00:54 PM  

alowishus: Isn't the weeks of build-up before a big trip half the fun for a kid? I know it was for me.


I agree, I've learned with my 7 and 3 year olds that anytime you surprise them it's usually a disaster.

/maybe I should stop hiding under their beds at night
 
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