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Old 11-06-2019, 07:51 PM   #31
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Originally Posted by Boundin' View Post
She should have slapped him silly with her fins
Or kneed him in his, um . . . dinglehopper and snarfblatts.
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Old 11-08-2019, 09:49 PM   #32
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Originally Posted by CruzanGal View Post
Iím fairly sure that Disney does use facial recognition and compares outstanding warrants. There was someone who had embezzled a significant amount of money from the company where I am employed. He was arrested walking from the Magic Kingdom to the parking lot because Disney security notified the local police that he was on property and because he was ďnot a threatĒ they would let the authorities know when he left the park so they could apprehend him. So when you steal a few million $$ your first response should not be - Iím going to Disney World.
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Old 11-09-2019, 10:11 AM   #33
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Originally Posted by Boundin' View Post
She should have slapped him silly with her fins
Yeah, I was thinking the same thing! Much like the recent Disney films (Tangled, Moana, Brave, etc.), they are portraying confident Princesses that don't put up with s***.

Besides, it's not like the guy would have protested after being caught being a perv. Especially when you have a camera guy taking pictures (and maybe security video?) the whole time. I can just see the crowd (i.e., the line) clapping as she put the man in his place.

I really feel for her (as a Daddy of a 3 year old princess of my own), this story made my blood boil...esp. the creepy line about her being his "favorite." Sure, I get it, adults might have a favorite princess from their childhood memories...but that it affects you as an adult??? creepy.
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