September 28, 2010
were up bright and early and on the road before 8:00 a.m.
Our first stop was Carol’s parents where we dropped Zak
off for the week. He
looked so sad as he peeked out through the rungs of a dining room
chair! He really
tries to make us suffer when we leave him behind.
were on the expressway by 8:30 and heading west toward Toronto in
a driving rain with howling winds.
There were bands of storms, we would drive through one then
get a bit of relief before we drove into the next.
passed through Toronto in mid-morning and managed to miss most of
the rush-hour congestion. By lunchtime we were in our old home city of Burlington and
we stopped for lunch at The Thistle, a fish and chip restaurant we
really miss. It was
great as usual! Back
in the car and around the end of Lake Ontario – next stop
Buffalo. There was no
line at the border and we scooted right through.
had me track down all the Wallgreens stores in the Buffalo area
– she was desperate to pick up some Disney themed Halloween
inflatables to add to our display at Fort Wilderness in a few
weeks. So we began
our trek through the Walgreen stores.
After only four stores (out of a few dozen in the area) she
had filled her shopping list.
A “pirate” Mickey, a “bat” Mickey, and a Mickey
faced inflatable – plus a few smaller items. I’m sure you’ll see plenty of pictures in our next trip
report, next month.
checked into the Holiday Inn Express at Buffalo Airport by 3:00
p.m. and had a short rest after a long drive and some frantic
has been anxious to try dinner at The Cheesecake Factory, so off
we went to their restaurant at the Galleria Mall.
It was great, we both enjoyed it.
were back to the hotel by 8:00 and I went for a soak in the hot
tub while Carol caught up with e-mails and played on the computer.
read and watched some TV until lights-out shortly after 10:00.
We have a 4:15 a.m. wakeup call so we can catch our 6:15
a.m. flight. What was
she thinking when she booked that?
opened our eyes simultaneously at 4:00 a.m.
“Are you going to get up and turn on the coffee?” She
asked. I just snorted
and chuckled a bit, so she hopped up and took care of it.
I was shocked! She must be excited; she never moves this quickly in the
morning. We were
showered, dressed and in the lobby by 4:40 and the hotel shuttle
had us to the airport by 5:00.
old Southwest . . . our flight left on schedule and landed on time
as well. We headed
directly to the carousel to pick up our luggage.
As we approached Carol said she would send her mother a
note letting her know we’d landed while I waited for the
suitcases. As she sat
down on a nearby bench, the carousel started and our bags were
number two and three in the line.
I was back with the luggage before she got the computer
booted up. There was
no line at the Alamo desk and by 9:30 we were in our rental car
and heading out to the hotel.
I guess this is what she was thinking when she booked that
first stop was our hotel, Port Orleans French Quarter.
We needed to get checked-in in order to get our voucher for
seven-day park-hopper passes.
We planned to exchange them for Premiere Annual Passports.
Surprise, surprise, our room was ready at 10:00 a.m.
We didn’t bother going to the room, we headed off to
Downtown Disney where we went directly to Guest Services and
swapped our passes out. They
don’t do too many of the Premier Passports so it took a while.
We didn’t mind; we were pretty excited to pick them up.
They cover Walt Disney World, Disneyland, Disney Quest and
both the water parks. They
are good for any ticketed Disney venue.
As an added, and unexpected, benefit Carol has used them to
get a 20% discount on almost everything she has purchased.
– why it was a sandwich at Earl’s of course and then we hopped
in the car to make our way back to the hotel and unpack.
By 2:00 we were napping and by 4:00 we were on our way to
EPCOT for our first Tagrel.com meet.
My arthritic old knees have been making me crazy lately so
we stopped to rent an electric scooter.
I don’t want to slow the group down!
plan was to head to the International Gateway at EPCOT and meet
there before we began our “Eat, Drink And Be Mickey” trek.
We were going to walk through the various nations in the
World Showcase, nibbling and tippling all the way.
As we were walking towards the meet spot we decided to duck
into Canada to watch Marty. This show is so much better now. As we
were leaving and making our way to the gateway our friend WillCAD
and his father Bill caught up with us.
We carried on together and waited together for the rest of
the group to arrive. They
straggled in; large groups and small.
Soon the gang was assembled; Carol and I, WillCAD, BillDAD,
Tagrel, WDWNJ, Big Red, SusanL, BetsyAnn, Bookwood, Topaz, Robin,
Lynner, Photographer, roodad, MinnieLor, sjh801, Carl, Danny,
Martha and Briar Rose. Along
the way we were joined by Moley, Zeus, Ripkinsnana and MyBob.
stop was France where Carol joined the throng in slurping down
some frozen concoction featuring ice, lemon and vodka.
We shared a sugar crepe and then the procession (a wee bit
happier by this time) carried on to Japan where we split a
teriyaki chicken plate and I had a beer. Next stop was America where some folks scarfed down American
food (burgers and fries). Once
the scarfing was over we headed on toward Mexico.
Carol dashed in to China and picked up egg rolls, which we
split. We made a
brief dessert stop in Norway.
We split an order of School Bread – Yum!
international dining and imbibing extravaganza ended at Mexico
where we split some nachos and I had another beer while Carol
sipped a diet coke. By
this time people were lining the World Showcase Lagoon waiting for
Illuminations to begin.
were dying for a dunk in the hot tub by this time, so we headed to
the exit. We dropped our friend Topaz off at Port Orleans Riverside.
We changed into our bating suits and joined WDWNJ and Big
Red at the hot tub. Oooohhhh!
It felt good!
a relaxing soak we put on some dry clothes and headed to Scat Cat’s
(the saloon at French Quarter) where John and I tested the quality
of their single malt scotch. Our tests were inconclusive, there were no definitive results
so I expect the testing will continue!
were having such a great time that we were totally surprised when
they announced “last call”. I haven’t been in a bar for last call in many years!
What a great first day!
was our last leisurely morning for a few days so we slept in.
I met John for breakfast at about 8:00 and then went back
to the room and fiddled on the computer for a while.
Carol was up by then and getting ready.
We met John & Cathy at 10:00 and drove to the
Polynesian Resort where we caught a launch to the Magic Kingdom.
one started to pick on me until I picked up my electric scooter,
then the name-calling started, “Scooter, Scooter, Scooter –
neener, neener neener!” Some
made our way slowly back to Frontierland, taking pictures along
the way. We just love
all the Halloween décor. By
11:00 we had met up with the Tagrel.com gang on the bridge at
Splash Mountain. Bookwood
gathered all our park passes and dashed over to Big Thunder
Mountain Railroad where she picked up FastPasses for all of us.
Then we moved on to the standby line for Splash.
Carol stayed back to guard all the bags, packs and of
course my dandy little scooter!
John picked out a strategic location for pictures and
captured us all in motion! I stayed fairly dry this time, but some of our group got quite
slip-slidin’ through our Laughin’ Place we reassembled and
trekked on over to Big Thunder. They managed to get all 19 of us in together one train and
once again John was poised for pictures.
Johnny isn’t much for thrill rides; he considers It’s A
Small World to be pretty perilous!
left Big Thunder Mountain behind and made our way to Pecos Bill’s
Tall Tale Café for lunch. Just can’t get enough of their “fixin’s bar”.
There’s just something special about a burger with fried
onions and sautéed mushrooms.
lunch we left the park, hopped the launch back to the Polynesian and
drove back to the hotel. Along the way we swung into the Fort Wilderness Campground to
see the restored rail car a camper has on display.
The Fort Wilderness Railroad was shut down years ago and most
of the cars have gone to the scrap heap.
One was rescued by a Disney fan who is also a Railroad buff
and he has restored it to its former glory.
at the hotel we met up with John and Cathy at the pool for a while
and soon the sandman was calling us back to the room.
our siesta we hopped in the car and hurried back to the Magic
Kingdom for Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party.
We met the gang at Crystal Palace for a group dinner with
Winnie the Pooh and his pals.
dinner Carol dashed off to Frontierland where she lined up to buy
some special Halloween Party pins.
The rest of us meandered over to the Haunted Mansion (with a
trick or treat stop along the way). There was a special show on at the entry to the mansion so we
paused to enjoy a few minutes of it before our ride. Surprisingly, the ride was a walk on even though it was a
carried on trick or treating and noticed the short line at Peter Pan
so over we went. I
asked a cast member where I should park my scooter and she said,
“Park it over there and then take your entire party in the back
This was better than a FastPass.
Everyone was saying, “Thank you Gary!”
Of course, once the ride was over it was back to, “Scooter,
Scooter, Scooter – neener, neener neener!”
walked behind the castle and through Toontown then walked the trail
from the Toontown Train Station to Tomorrowland.
There were trick or treat stations all along the way.
Our bags were beginning to bulge, so we started two fresh
a change of pace we hopped on the Wedway/TTA for a great circle tour
of Tomorrowland. As we exited we noticed there was no line for Buzz Lightyear
so we took put on our space ranger hats and took a spin.
was almost time for the Hallowishes fireworks so we made our way
over to Casey’s Corner, the best vantage point in the park.
What a fabulous display, it’s our favourite of all the
made a few more trick or treat stops on our way over to Liberty
Square where we found a great spot to wait for Mickey’s Boo To You
Parade. This is our
we just love the dancing grave-diggers, the hitchhiking ghosts and
the skeleton band.
the parade was over we decided it was time to call it a night.
We made our way toward the exit, picked up a few more treats
along the way, and left the park at about 11:30.
We were at the resort by 12:00 – lights out at 12:01.
Gotta be up and rolling for rope-drop tomorrow!
came early. Ouch! We were up
at first light and soon making tracks for Hollywood Studios for a
marathon meet – Toy Story Midway Mania followed by Tower of
Terror then Rock N Roller Coaster.
We met hooked up and very kindly gave John and Cathy a
lift. How did they
repay our kindness? Just
wait, the story will unfold!
stopped at Oscar’s Garage where I picked up my electric scooter
and then rushed off to Toy Story. We assembled our group near Toy
Story and soon about 30 of us joined the standby line.
It’s always fun to ride as a group, chatting your way
through the lines. This
time there a few “first timers” with us and that adds to the
fun. It’s always a
treat to see someone else experience the magic for the first time.
spinning through Andy’s bedroom and playing with all his toys we
stopped for a coffee and a bite at Starring Rolls before continuing
on to Tower of Terror. Pam
(Bookwood) had rushed ahead to pick up FastPasses for everyone who
wanted to ride Rock N Roller Coaster
parked the scooter at a handy location just outside the TofT
entrance. There was no
line what so ever, it was a “walk-on”.
When the cast member heard the size of our group, shrugged,
pointed to the “line-up” area and said, “Pick your seats.” So we all got to ride where we liked. Bonus. When we
exited the ride there was still no line so most of us looped back
around to the entry and rode again.
was at this point in the day that the fecal matter struck the
When I returned to pick up my scooter I found that it had
My manly chariot was now festooned with pink balloons and
A sign on the front introduced me as “Princess Poopyknees”.
There were three signs on the back, one read “I’m Not
Handicapped, I’m Canadian”, the second read “Baby Stroller Wrecker Aboard”
and the third had a picture of my ruggedly handsome face, wearing a
tiara over the words “God Save The Queen”.
Oh yes, there was a stuffed Canadian beaver (named Beaverly)
in the carrier basket.
It just breaks my heart when friends turn vicious!
my traitorous former friends posed me for a few photos I hurried
over to Rock N Roller Coaster and caught up with the rest of the
gang. We had a great
ride. Carol doesn’t
like Rock N Roller Coaster so she volunteered to guard my scooter. I don’t know why, I think it was pretty much theft-proof.
RNR Coaster we were heading back to the hotel, so I took the scooter
over close to 50’s Prime Time Café to park it for the afternoon.
I would pick it up in a few hours when we came back for our
dinner at Prime Time.
I was parking it, a man came over and leaned out over the fence I
was backing up to. While
he was peering hard to read the signs on the back of my
estrogen-dripping chariot the camera hanging around his neck bashed
into the fence a few times.
amusing!” he said.
replied, “Don’t worry, it’s just my friends having a bit of
fun with me.”
not at all amusing,” he said again, “I’m Canadian!”
told him, “I’m Canadian too!”
would have thought so!” he snorted as stomped away!
think Captain Canuck needs to lighten up a bit!
headed back and had a restful afternoon at the hotel.
By 5:00 we were back, and as I suspected, no one had tampered
with my scooter. But hey, who would?
gang was soon assembled for dinner.
We had 24 people at three different tables and a good time
was had by all. The
cast members always make it entertaining at this restaurant and
tonight was no exception.
the time we finished dinner it was after 7:00 and the park had
closed for the evening. Carol
and I headed off in the car to find a WalGreens and see if we could
locate a magazine that was featuring an article about Fort
Wilderness. Our Zak dog was pictured in it. We didn’t have any
luck with the magazine but Carol was able to get some cold medicine.
Then it was time to head to the Beach Club for the Tagrel.com gift
were about 20 folks there for the exchange and we had a great time
in the Solarium as the gifts changed hands again and again.
Sometimes the “stealing” gets pretty intense!
During the festivities Linda, Moley and Sandy surprised us
(on behalf of the whole Tagrel group) with some touching tributes to
our dear friend and loyal Tagrel Guard Dog Zoë, who we lost last
month. Thank you
so much guys. How is it
that people can break your heart by desecrating your scooter and
then touch your heart so deeply just a few hours later?
Thanks again guys!
gift exchange wrapped up about 10:00 p.m. and we were back home by
10:30, tired after a long day!
drop again. Who’s in charge of planning this stuff? We were up and rolling at 7:00 a.m., had a quick coffee at
the Sassagoula Float Works and hit the road at 8:15. Today’s destination was Animal Kingdom where we planned to
take a Safari ride and then scale Mount Everest.
met at the entrance to Kilimanjaro
Safaris while Bookwood ran to Expedition Everest for FastPasses.
Soon she was back and about 30 of us hopped in the standby
line for our safari. There
was some sort of breakdown ahead of us so we had a short wait, but
once we started moving again it was a slow ride so we had plenty
of time to snap pictures. The driver stopped several time to let us get clear shots.
We stopped and watched a very curious young giraffe.
He was intrigued by an eland who was lifting a stick with
his horns. Then we
had a chance to stop and see the new baby elephant.
It was a great safari!
hiked from Africa across to Asia and encountered DeVine along the
way. She had
attracted such a huge crowd that it was difficult to get by.
all rode Everest as a group and then most of us hopped in the
“single rider” line and rode again to have another “close
encounter of the Yeti kind” .
still had an hour before lunch so a bunch of us decided to go
watch the Flight’s of Wonder show. It is always the same but
still one of our favorites. When they asked for volunteers to go
up on stage and take a picture of the owl in flight both Carol and
Margaret were selected. After the show we all headed over to Flame
Tree Barbecue for lunch. We were a little early but everyone was
hungry so it worked out well.
took over one of the shaded seating areas beside Flame tree and
had it pretty much to ourselves.
We lingered quite a while after lunch, our time together is
winding down and we stayed and chatted for a while.
A bunch of us decided that we needed to cool off with a
plunge down Kali River Rapids, so off we went.
Carol spent some time shopping while I got soaked!
met up again and headed to the parking lot. We headed back to the
hotel where we had a nap and I got into some dry clothes.
left POFQ a bit early for our dining reservation at EPCOT’s Le
Cellier, hoping to wander around a bit, but it was too crowded.
It was the Saturday night and the second day of the food and
wine festival. The place was jammed. We
went slowly, but directly, to Le Cellier and waited in
air-conditioned comfort. The
cast members conducted a trivia quiz while we waited; questions
about Canada. The Tagrel group did quite well, we barely had to do any
was terrific as usual. Once
again we lingered and chatted, not really wanting to leave, but
finally the time came. We
had to get to Port Orleans Riverside for our date with YeeHaw Bob.
Carol dropped me off at Riverside and went on to French
Quarter where she went directly to bed.
She was feeling pretty crumby with a cold.
grabbed a table in the saloon and soon YeeHaw Bob arrived.
He’s a high-energy entertainer who gets everyone involved
in the show. He plays piano, sings, stomps his feet, claps, blows a horn
and has everyone beating their chests, howling, singing, clapping,
stomping, marching and having a great time.
Soon Daddio and Cathio joined me, followed by BetsyAnn and
SusanL. We had a good
time, but by 10:00 the sandman had located me and it was time to go.
Betsy and Susan drove me over to French Quarter where I
flopped into bed beside Carol.
Lights out – flood the rink!
(That’s a Canadian expression – it means Game Over!)
of this rope drop stuff! Well,
at least this is the last one!
By 8:15 we were in the car heading out to “The EPCOT
Death March” . . . the itinerary was Soarin’, coffee and a
snack at Sunshine Seasons, Test Track and Spaceship Earth.
all met near the entrance to Soarin’ and 25 of us joined the
standby line at once. It
was a short wait but we chattered our way through and all too soon
we were at the boarding area.
We filled all but three seats on the same pod of seats and
as a bonus they gave us the “B Pod” in the middle.
our California fly-over we stopped for a group picture where WDWNJ
got some great shots of the back of our heads!
Then it was on to the Sunshine Seasons food court next door
where we spent about 45 minutes yakking, slurping and eating.
we managed to keep the group together all the way across Future
World and we all arrived together at Test Track.
Once again the line moved too quickly and then it was
Clickedy-clack, bumpedy-bump followed by zoom zoom!
stop was Spaceship Earth. We
occasionally laugh that we should all hold onto a rope as we walk
around the parks, but once again we kept the group intact.
We stopped at one point for stragglers to catch up and
Carol managed to get a picture of BetsyAnn, Briar Rose and I in
our scooters, three abreast, blocking traffic!
I hate it when others do that, but it just happened so
easily and we were so unaware of it. I guess I’ll be a little more understanding of others in
the future . . . no, probably not!
arrived at Spaceship Earth and about 20 of us joined the line at
the same time. We
really enjoy this attraction, which our pal WDWNJ refers to as
“The Great Make-Out Ride” . . . by the way, we noticed that
WDWNJ was riding with AmyMouse!
time Carol chose the “Health” option for the little video they
put you in at the end of the ride.
When the video started and we saw her spring out of bed and
prance around, full of pep, first thing in the morning we howled
with laughter! That
just doesn’t happen! Never
will! That video is a
keeper so we e-mailed it home.
of our Tag friends decided to ride Mission Space after Spaceship
Earth, but our time had come to leave.
There were some hugs, tears and sad farewells before we
left Spaceship Earth. We
probably won’t make it to Tag-O-Mania next year so it will be
quite some time before we see many of these friends again.
made a few quick shopping stops on the way back to the hotel and
then had a leisurely afternoon. We both had a nap and then Carol joined me at the hot tub.
She stretched out in a lounge chair while I soaked away
some aches and pains.
we were cleaned up and heading out for dinner at ‘Ohana.
John and Cathy and their children Lizzie and Chris joined
us. We had a
wonderful meal and a great time with friends.
We lingered long after dinner (and a second serving of
bread pudding) was finished.
I think John & Cathy were feeling the same as Carol and
I, we didn’t want the vacation to end.
agreed to meet at the hot tub back at French Quarter and we had
just arrived when they showed up. Naturally the relaxing soak in the tub had to be followed by
a nightcap – a nice single malt at Scat Cat’s Lounge.
said our final good-byes about 11:00 and headed to the room where
we crashed and burned!
Hooray, no rope
drop today. This is
our day to relax and unwind after running around like maniacs
during Tag-O-Mania. I slept in until 7:20 and Carol rolled out of the sack about
8:00. We savoured a
few cups of coffee in the room and then headed down to the food
court where we sat outside and did some people watching while we
enjoyed coffee and muffins. John
and Cathy soon wandered by with their luggage.
After they had checked it in with Southwest (what a great
service to have at the hotel) they joined us.
We talked some more about our Panama cruise coming up in
January, and then it was time to be on our way.
By 10:00 we were
walking in to Typhoon Lagoon for a day of sun, sand and surf. Carol dashed ahead to find us a spot with shade for me and
sun for her. I
dragged my ratty old knees along behind!
Soon we had our gear spread out on our chairs and lounges
and off we went to the wave pool.
After that giant wave tossed us around a dozen times we
took a break and sat reading and people watching.
After a brief
recharge we grabbed a tube and took a float around the lazy river,
very relaxing! After
one lap of the water park we
sat and dripped off for a few minutes, then walked over to Leaning
Palm’s for a bite of lunch.
Back at our little
personal Shangri-la we sat some more and then I headed back to the
wave pool. Carol had
been buffeted around enough.
Soon we headed back to the lazy river for another bobbing
trip around the park. Once
back to our chairs we dripped off a bit and then wandered over to
Crushin’ Gusher. I
hoped that there was enough left in my knees to get me to the top
once and sure enough there was.
We took a wild ride down Pineapple Plunge!
Carol refused to ride with me . . . I wonder why?
By 2:00 we were
pooped and we had had enough sun so we had a quick shower in the
change rooms and headed back to the hotel.
reservation was at Raglan Road so at 3:30 we hopped in the car and
headed to Downtown Disney. We
headed to Disney Quest, in the West End.
This five-story complex is jammed packed full of video
games, virtual reality experiences and lots of other stuff.
We have never stopped here before, but since it is covered
by our new Premiere Passports we thought we’d look in.
Wow, in very short order Carol and were going head to head
in the Mighty Duck’s Pinball Game.
Ouch - It’s hard on the knees!
Then we moved on to another area where I wrecked some race
cars. All too soon
our dinner time was approaching so it was time to leave.
We’ll be back to Disney Quest!
This was our second
dinner at Raglan Road, and once again we were disappointed. The food was okay, but there are so many places at Walt
Disney World that we really enjoy, we will not be rushing back to
After dinner we
headed to the Magic Kingdom to see the Main Street Electrical
Parade. As soon as we
arrived we rode the train all the way around the park, then we
headed to Adventureland and boarded the Jungle Cruise.
Full of corny jokes, we carried on to Liberty Square and
found a spot in front of the Tavern to watch the parade.
We spent about a half hour chatting with a family of
die-hard Disney fans from San Antonio, and then it was parade
time. We both love
this parade, the music is so bouncy and catching.
After the parade we
wandered through Fantasyland and rode Peter Pan before heading to
was underway as we boarded the WEDway People Mover and we enjoyed
the fireworks during our ride.
We walked past Buzz Lightyear but the line was too long.
We ducked over to Main Street, through the Tomorrowland
Terrace. There were
so many people leaving the park after Wishes that Main Street was
blocked and they were detouring people through the back entrance
behind the Plaza. We
decided to stop and linger over an ice cream.
It was 11:30 when we finally left the Magic Kingdom – way
past our bedtime!
Tuesday October 5
– Carol and I both slept until 8:00.
We took it slow this morning.
Carol finished up the packing and we hauled the bags down
to the resort lobby where we checked them in with Southwest.
we were off to Animal Kingdom.
We arrived about 9:45 and meandered over to the Tree of
Life and enjoyed It’s Tough To Be A Bug.
slowly made our way to
for the 11:00 Festival Of The Lion King Show.
This high energy musical is always entertaining!
we wandered back to
and took another tour with Kilimanjaro Safaris.
There were plenty of animals out and we had a great view of
the baby elephant as he tried to climb over a fallen tree.
got to Tusker House just in time for our 12:45 lunch reservation.
After a great meal we were undecided what to do, so we took
a slow trip across to
, hoping to see DeVine. She
was not out, so we ducked in to see another show at Flights Of
Wonder. Carol was
selected (for the fourth time) to sit on the stage for the owl’s
flight. This time she
managed to get a picture which included the owl . . . practice
it was time to leave the park and head to the airport.
We gassed up the rental car and dropped it off then checked
in for our flight and headed to the departure gate.
Our flight was delayed about 15 minutes, but we were in the
air by 7:10 and had an uneventful flight.
Yes, of course there was a screaming child, but this time
she was about 6 rows back.
were walking off the plane in
by 9:50, quickly grabbed our luggage and hopped in the hotel
shuttle to pick up our car. We
arrived at the Buffalo/Fort Erie Peace Bridge Border Crossing at
10:30 and there were no cars in sight.
They asked the normal questions:
do you live?”
“How long have you been
“Are you bringing back any
alcohol or tobacco?”
“Do you know Danny
home and drive safely!”
was light and after a couple of Tim Horton stops we pulled into
our driveway at 2:05 a.m.
was a great trip, lots of fun . . . but now we need to rest!
do we have so many meets at rope-drop?
Of course we do it to avoid long lines and waits . . .
but much of the fun at the meets is the time we spend chatting
with our friends. Most
of the chatter takes place while we are in line.
Do we need to re-think the rope-drop strategy?
night, as we were leaving the Polynesian after dinner, I
stopped for a brief job in the men’s room.
I couldn’t help but notice the man at the urinal next
to me. He was
busily texting with both hands.
My first reaction was to check my shoes . . . nope,
still dry! Then I
started thinking - What message is so important that it
can’t wait one minute until he finishes his business? –
The person receiving the message, do they know what was going
on while he composed it? – Was he sending someone a picture,
and if so, what picture? So
what are your thoughts on urinal texting?
the last one who should be commenting about overweight people
but . . . shouldn’t there be signs posted at Typhoon Lagoon
stipulating that if you weigh more than 300 pounds you are not
allowed to wear a thong?