WDW Theme Parks Discuss One Time on a WDW Bus . . . . in the Vacation Planning forums; Geez ...those poor ppl....too bad no one knew how to drive the bus...that is if the driver had left the keys...
Geez ...those poor ppl....too bad no one knew how to drive the bus...that is if the driver had left the keys
Good thread idea.
No particular story, but we had a hilarious bus driver once on the last WDW trip. His name was Oscar, and he kept asking us on the bus questions, usually Disney Trivia. Of course, I kept raising my hand to answer, and after the third question with me answering, he said, Geez, mam, would you like to drive the bus, too?
He was quite funny and did know a great deal about disney, and seemed to love it, so that was great.
I am in need of some Disney magic!!
On my last trip.. after a night of heavy drinking at PI.... my DH and I got on a bus with about 10 twenty-something year olds that seemed to have as much to drink as we did... These 10 people began chanting the bus drivers name (Jose) and bribed him into going for a pit stop at McDonalds which was working until we were in the parking lot at MickeyD's and the disbatcher requested his whereabouts.. that soon ended our little field trip and back to the hotel we went... One of the guys noticed that we were the ones who set off the fireworks that night which the introduced us as newlyweds on stage.. So they congratulated us and sang us love songs (really bad ones) the entire way back to the hotel... It was one interesting ride!!!
I am in need of some Disney magic!!
Ok not on a bus but on a tram.....
just another one of those times you wish you had a cork for your little ones mouth (although he's not little any more......)
We were rounding the bend getting ready to get off the tram and our DS (4 years old at the time) yelled out - as loud as he could
OOOOO Dad you XXXX'ed -YOU SMELLLLL- EWWWWW Gross
and I was laughing so hard i was crying and my hubby was beet red
and yes everyone stared at us when we got off the Tram and kept quite a lot of distance from us
and you cant remind him of it now .....he gets all embarrassed- aaawww
ROTFLMMEO @ CRASH's story...too funny wonder if there's a way to gurantee mine to do that at some point...would teach her dad to take like beano or something.(common thing with him)...LOL
One night coming home from MGM, I was sitting towards the back of the bus with my five year-old nephew on my lap. My sister and my friend Shannon were with me as well. the bus was very crowded and my nephew was tired from being up in the sun all day. I decided to try and distract him so I began to do all sort of im,pressions of Disney characters to keep his mind off how tired I was. I did Mickey, Goofy, Minnie, and then he started shouting out requests. Of course he decided to go with characters I couldn't do...like Jafar. I had him cracking up laughing the whole time. This was fine with me since he wasn't being cranky...but then I noticed that the entire bus was completely quiet and were all listening to me. I had eyes staring at me from every direction. It was embarassing, but I guess I helped other kids not feel so cranky too!
If we can dream it, we can do it.
In relation to the wishing you had a cork story,
On the way to The World this year, we were traveling through the sticks, and there was a deer that was umm...in a few pieces in the road. Anyway, we were on the monorail back to the Contemporary for a swim, and we were talking to this nice family from Wisconsin, who said they drove all the way here. My 2nd DC, 7 years old, decided to tell about the deer...loudly. I was right behind him, and when I realized what he was talking and clapped my hand over his mouth...it was too late. His dad and I were laughing, but his Mom's face was as bright red as a beet. Luckily, he said this just as we were pulling up to the Contemporary.
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