Little girl not particularly pumped to be on this amusement park ride at all, actually


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#2

that was pretty cute…i like that she was still “wooing” with that facial expression and as little enthusiasm as possible.


#3

This will be useful in the eventual emancipation lawsuit.


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#5

Then you’d’ve loved us at our company’s AGMs.


#6

Oblig:


#7

As a parent I can say that she almost certainly begging to go back on it again a few minutes after it was over.

Kids facing a new experience:

‘I don’t know and it’s freaky, but the adults seem OK so I’ll go along with it and say ‘whee’ like mom wants me to’

‘Wow, that was exciting and I didn’t die like I initially thought. I want to do it again!’

2nd time on ride ‘Genuine Whee!’


#8

By a strange coincidence, “How’re we gonna get down from here?” Is the title of my proposed national anthem, to replace the star spangled banner.


#9

Sounds like a talking heads song.


#10

If life is a rollercoaster-like ride, I am this little girl.


#11

This is how I was as a kid. Once on the rides, I couldn’t understand the hype.

What do you mean “Because it’s an amusement park”? If I am not amused, can I get a refund?

Now I can kind of appreciate water parks, or rides which actually go somewhere. But I still get annoyed by the many rides which seem to be different ways of spinning people in circles.


#12

As a child who did not like roller coasters, you are likely projecting.


#13

Like Marla Singer projects her inner Dionne Warwick?


#14

Perhaps. I didnt like them much either, which was why I was so surprised
when my kids responded to that stuff as I described above


#15

God bless you, Mom!


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