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shaebay:

sashaforthewin:

I don’t know why it exists, but I feel better knowing it does.

When I saw this picture the music from Donkey Kong Country immediately started up in my head.

shaebay:

sashaforthewin:

I don’t know why it exists, but I feel better knowing it does.

When I saw this picture the music from Donkey Kong Country immediately started up in my head.

thelittlestmouse:

Club 33 put on a special event where members could pay to have dinner in the Haunted Mansion with various Disney imagineers. As I was looking through the blog post, the part that stuck out the most (aside from Bob Gurr standing by the gravedigger) was the dessert!

"The crystal ball that you see is a clear sugar “orb” that we had to crack with our fork to get to the dark chocolate mousse-like cake inside.  Madam Leota’s face was screened on a piece of chocolate, while her purple hair was created from spun colored sugar that tasted very much like cotton candy. Each plate had a battery powered color changing disc on it that caused Madam Leota to glow. I can not even put into words how amazing it was to see all of these glowing at the table before we sat down to dig in. After cracking open my “crystal” ball, I dug right in to the rich chocolate ganache style dessert. It was definitely a chocolate lovers dream come true.  The quote that went with this one?

'It’s to die for…' HAHA! A perfect fit wouldn’t you say?”

Needless to say, I’m dying of jealousy.

silentinsomniac:

Secret fact of the night #33; Disneyland’s Club 33.

Club 33 is an exclusive and extremely secretive club where membership is required to enter at Disneyland in Anaheim, CA. While originally intended for exclusive use by Disneyland’s corporate sponsors and other industry VIPs, when Club 33 opened in May 1967 (five months after Disney’s death) individual memberships were also offered.

As of 2011, there is a 13 year wait list for membership. It only allows 487 members. And members pay an initiation fee of either $27,500 (if they are a corporation) or $10,450 (for individuals). On top of that, they pay annual fees of about $6,000 or $3,000.

The club is located in New Orleans Square. Many are lead here after coming off the Pirates of the Caribbean ride and never even notice it. Club 33 is the only location in the entire park where any alcohol is served. And at the same time, due to it’s exclusivity for having very high statured people (from CEOs, to Celebrities, to even Presidents and other world leaders.) Club 33 was not designed to stand out or draw attention. To help keep the veil of secrecy, the club door and entryway were painted a very subdued color referred to by Disney designers as ‘noseeum’. According to the engineers, this color is the least recognized in the spectrum when viewed by the human eye.

The Club is passed by thousands of people everyday at the park with little to no knowledge of what it represents.

austynriddell:

Disney moments that will make you cry.

waltdisneyconfessions:

"When I was a kid, I would animate, a lot. Particularly because I grew up watching Disney films. But I wanted to grow up to be an animator at Disney. But when Disney announced that they were going to stop hand drawn animation, I stopped dreaming. It’s funny how Disney’s the place where dreams come true, but they crushed mine. I love 3-d animation and all, but I would rather have 2-d"

waltdisneyconfessions:

"When I was a kid, I would animate, a lot. Particularly because I grew up watching Disney films. But I wanted to grow up to be an animator at Disney. But when Disney announced that they were going to stop hand drawn animation, I stopped dreaming. It’s funny how Disney’s the place where dreams come true, but they crushed mine. I love 3-d animation and all, but I would rather have 2-d"

The Little Mermaid (1989) - Background design.

riddlemetom:

Overheard in the halls of Hogwarts [2/4] inspired by x

worduptiffany:

No one verbs like Gaston,
Adverb verbs like Gaston,
No one verbs with the adjective noun like Gaston.

(Source: gracelikeleaves)