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Today marks the 29th anniversary of The Black Cauldron’s release.

I just wanna say this movie is scary as shit. I watched it for the first time a few months ago and nearly died because I was home alone in my dark room and the stupid skeleton king popped up on screen. Definitely one if Disney’s darkest.

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Today marks the 29th anniversary of The Black Cauldron’s release.

I just wanna say this movie is scary as shit. I watched it for the first time a few months ago and nearly died because I was home alone in my dark room and the stupid skeleton king popped up on screen. Definitely one if Disney’s darkest.

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If you’re at San Diego Comic-Con International today, join us at 2pm PST in Room 7AB for “The Art of Big Hero 6” with some of our filmmakers, including director Don Hall and producer Roy Conli!

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If you’re at San Diego Comic-Con International today, join us at 2pm PST in Room 7AB for “The Art of Big Hero 6” with some of our filmmakers, including director Don Hall and producer Roy Conli!

PEOPLES!

…I’ve been obbessed with this cover for the past two days… that is all.

WAIT-WHAT?! SOMETHING HAPPENED AND I TOTALLY MISSED IT- WHAT DID I MISS??

WAIT-WHAT?! SOMETHING HAPPENED AND I TOTALLY MISSED IT- WHAT DID I MISS??

Hello Followers of mine who I call Peoples; today- and possibly over the course of the next few days/weeks, I will be sharing my most memorable Cast Member Experiences I’ve had during my trips to Disneyland!

Travel back with me, the faithful Summer in the year of 2009…

At twelve years old, I was taking a pretty big step- I was going to Disneyland for the first time on my own- sort of. My older cousin who was 16 at the time, was my faithful companion for the day. The morning passed in a blur- like literally I can barely remember most of it, until that afternoon when we went to ride The Matterhorn. The line was short, and we figured it was time to jump in. We waited maybe five minutes tops, moving only when people got out of line. At time we didn’t realize that was the sign for ‘something is up, don’t waste you time’.  The ride had broken down and was going to be out for the rest of the night. Being only 12 & 16, no one told us anything. What I over heard a cast member telling some father was some idiot teenager (it’s always one of them) threw (or “lost”) his backpack from the bobsled and it landed on the tracks. 

So there was no bobsled ride that day. Instead we were given the (as I call them) Golden Fass Pass- AKA a Universal Fass Pass AKA a Fass Pass that you’re given when a ride breaks down and allows you to get on any ride whether it has a Fass Pass or not.  It was my first, and up until this entry, last GFP. 

None the less we used it for one of the best dark rides in the Park- Peter Pan’s Flight. So we go up to Mr.Cast Member working the exit portion of the ride, and whose name I can’t remember for the life of me, and show him our GFP. We explain how we got it, and after he looks at our GFP and he hands it back. I give my cousin a look, as I slowly retreat my hand. Mr.CM gives a smile and tells us that he’s suppose to take it, but he’ll let us catch this flight for free and to use the pass elsewhere. So we thank him, ride (My cousin totally ruined the magic of the ride but that’s another story), and as we get off, we thank him again.

With the same GFP we take a trip over to Dumbo, and as Mrs.CM looks at it, she ask ‘are you sure you want to use it for this ride?’ we say yes, because we’ve already gotten the ride we wanted out of it and all the other planned rides had FP.

I wanted to share this story first, because this time last week, I was at Disneyland with my younger cousin. She had gotten two free one-day PH tickets through an event Disney had for the Boys and Girl’s Club. So together we set out on her first solo Disney trip. We had some amazing interactions but those stories are for another post…

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DIY your own Map Plates with our tutorial! 

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TypicallyDisneyCrazy turned 2 today!

TypicallyDisneyCrazy turned 2 today!

July 11th 2012:

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Two years

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and 295 followers later; I’m still going strong!

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Taken on my last trip to Disneyland/ California Adventure. It was my first time seeing the show live. I did my best to catch all the jokes without holding my phone up and while watching the show; but at some points my phone started to focus on the big-head tourist in front of me. I was also trying to not laugh too loud for the video but at the same time I was in the 3rd row and thus I knew the actors could see me and hear me. So in support of them, I do laugh in the video.

If you ever get the chance to see the show live, then do it. Genie was on a roll that day, and I heard some jokes I had yet to see. (I.E. Brazilian football team; Miley Cyrus)

**I totally had a moment with Iago/ the actor. Right before Jasmine and Jafar come out for the opening scene to “Prince Ali”, I noticed Iago/ his actor up along the side of the stage. We made human-puppet-human eye contact and Iago waved at me. I waved back, and then Iago blew a waved again and blew a kiss. I thought that was amazing, and laughed. Pretty sure everyone around me thought I was cray.**

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Hairy Baby! ●—●

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Hairy Baby! 

The first photo is by far my favorite. In all my trips to Disney, I had yet to have gone on Splash Mountain. My fear of falling and dying always kept me back because I knew at some point there were dark drops. With the wait being only 5 minutes, my cousin and I jumped at the chance. We ended up getting put in the very front, and forget being soaked; being pushed out and then suddenly dropped- I nearly died. There was no cute-smiley photo for that round.

The second time we went on was during the fireworks. I figured the second time wouldn’t be so bad; especially since I was in the very back. So the last drop comes, and I was trying to be a bad-ass and so I put my hands up and closed my eyes. Wrong move. Just as we started down, and I felt myself slightly lift up from the seat; I went to grab the side bars, my eyes popping open. That was when the photo was taken. I was so scared to see the actual photo until I saw my face had been blocked! Never in my life have I ever been so happy to have my face blocked! Thank you random man, thank you.

Disney Bound(ing): Part 5

Yesterday, was the day. Finally. I’m pleased to share that I made it through the day perfectly fine minus the normal fatigue that comes from being up for 13 hours with a good amount of those hours being walking and waiting in line. Unfortunately, no one really realized who I was Disney Bounding. If they even realized I was. There was one Cast member, Chauna who did! Read about it here! Through out the day I did see a few Disney Bounders; Anna, two Ariels, and one Buzz Lightyear… and a few others that I can’t remember.

Going up through Tarzan’s Tree House to get the photo with the fake Tarzan, was the hardest thing for me to do out of the whole day. I have a deadly fear of falling from high places/heights. So for me to walk across that rope bridge that I don’t trust, and make our way painfully slowly through the tree houses and not having a panic attack was a huge success. ‘Cause I was going to get that photo with Tarzan/Jane. I kind held up the line, so no photo with Jane. :(

I did have a rare moment with Aurora, because I met two different ones within just a few hours of each other. Not gonna lie, the one by the wishing well was my favorite. She had really pretty eyes and made a sarcastic comment about my cousin not wanting to be in the photos because she believed she was too cool. The second one gave me the largest deer in headlights look when I greeted her with “Hi, nice to see you again." Snow white was eh, but Ariel was so hyper active with me I found it rubbing off onto me. She was so energetic, and really cool.

The last 3 photos are just selfies with the cousin I took, I had to include her.

After getting into bed at two, it was then that I realized my beautiful boots- that I had taken out for a test run; had given me beastly blisters on my baby toes. I’ll spare you photos, but my right toe has a blister that is easily 3-4mm high. 

And finally; Would I Disney Bound Again?

YES! I’ve said it before, the project makes me so bipolar! Shopping around to get everything in order, and not killing my bank account; is killer. A college student can only pay for so much gas in a week in Southern California! Yet finding the perfect pieces, getting the looks as you walk through the park, and talking about your outfit characters/ cast members… It’s a priceless experience.