Monday, April 17, 2006

I'm Going to Disney World, I'm going to Disney World!

Does anyone remember that song? Well, it's not so much a song as a jingle. I am notorious for remembering commerical jingles and tv theme songs. Many times, I don't realize that they're just songs for the purpose of advertising when they pop into my head. They're great catchy little tunes. I mean, seriously, who doesn't feel excited when they hear, whooaaoo looks like we've made it, we're kids innnncorrrrrporrrraaaaaated! When my brother's were little they loved the chicken tonight commercial, I feel like chicken tonight, like chicken tonight. They would sing it all the time. Chicken toni-ight, chi toni (they were little, they didn't sing so well.)
But, that has nothing to do with what I was going to write about. As the title says, I'm going to Disney World! I'm actually only going to Savannah tonight, but tomorrow, Mickey, here I come. That is of course if I don't get arrested for busting a cap in someone's I'm serious. I'm not just saying that because it sounds cool and I'm mad, I might really have to do it. Some little freakshow over at The Orlando Welcome Center is f-ing around with my reservations (for one of the four vacations I booked a few weeks ago) and he says I don't have any, plus he's lying to me and telling me he's a manager, which my travel company assures me is not true.
So, provided I don't rip him a new one and get arrested for it, I'm headed to Disney, and if they don't have a place for me to stay, Cinderella might just have to scoot her booty over. Some folks might think Disney is for babies, but I think they suck! I went to Disney for the first time when I was sixteen and I absolutely loved it!!! They have so many great ways of sharing their "Disney Magic" with everyone. Of course it's fun to find some of them by yourself, like when Smee and Captain Hook made me dance when we took our picture, or when I got pulled into the parade with the Lion King crew, but as I've been hunting for tips about lines, etc on-line, I'm starting to learn a little bit more about the scripted "magic." For example, I'm planning on being the first one to a particular shop in the Magic Kingdom so I can wake up tinkerbell (I'm not telling which shop or you might try to beat me and I will not let you take away my dream). I also know where some of the hidden Mickey's are and I know which carousel horse is Cinderella's favorite. (The only one with a gold bow on his tail, but if you're on him when I'm trying to ride, I will push you off.) I'm pretty bummed that all of the reservations for Cinderella's Royal Table are taken (I want to go in the castle so bad!), so I'm going to make up for it every chance we get! Watch out for your toddlers!
We're also going to Islands of Adventure, which is very cool and thrilling (yes, evelyn, even you'd think so) and Sea World-I can't wait to feed the dolphins.
So, think of me celebrating Cinderella's coronation, or riding Spider Man (the ride silly, of course old Tobey is rather cute), or feeding the dolphins, while you plug away the day in your cubicles and I'll try to send some pixie dust your way!

Dude Looks Like a Lady

So, I just uploaded my picture onto They've got a cool face recognizer that tells you which celebrities you look like (thanks, emily!). The first time I did it I got Christy Turlington (not to shabby, eh!) and the nice African American lady walking by in the background got Anne Frank (muy interasante!) So, I tried it again with a picture of me and three friends from graduation these are the people I look like.
Jawaharlal Nehru, I should know who this is, huh?
Marc Anthony
Carl Sagan
Sania Mirza (who?)
John F. Kennedy
Jake Gyllenhaal-I'd like to climb his cold mountain...
and...wait for it..
Jared Leto. I love Jared Leto (does this mean in some weird way that I'm into incest?)
How come they're all guys?