I was a little bit shocked when I read this. I mean, the park opened to the public yesterday, and now they're already making plans for a second park? They should just put more E-ticket rides in HKDL than a whole new park.
I must say that in my 30+ years living in Florida, I've rarely seen people urinating in public. I did see a dad and his kid peeing right off I-10. They were standing on the side of the road and a pee stream was shooting upwards of 10 feet! I have peed a few times outside, but I made sure it was in a seculded place and behind a bush. I've never seen anyone tinkle in a flower bed!
Really? I never realized such a difference in culture between Hong Kong and Mainland China.
As for the park itself, I'm more interested in what might happen to it in 2046, which is the year when China's pledge not to drastically change Hong Kong expires. But, by that time, with the way things are going now, China may not even be a communist country anymore.
Mulchpuppy wrote:I think it's only appropriate that we all go to Epcot and start randomly urinating in the China pavillion.
(the best way to pull this off is to do World Showcase counterclockwise - by the time you get to China, you should have been able to get some quality drinking done)
just time it when everyone else is watching the acrobats.
(please note, I am not encouraging or condoning rampant urination on Disney property)
That is the funniest thing I've ever heard. You could do it as a P.R. stunt. Use those camelback water jugs and pretend like you are peeing in the bushes and say its in protest of peeing at Hong Kong Disneyland.
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