They say that fear can cement memories more clearly. Does that mean the song will stick in our heads more?
ANAHEIM, CA — While every Disney fans wait to see when Disneyland will reopen (and whether it will reopen in California or Texas), there is some good news. The Disney Company, flush with cash because they are still selling churros on the black market, is investing in some ride upgrades. And one attraction in particular is getting a major thrill upgrade.
it’s a small world, no longer a sedate boat ride with a sedating song, will have a large drop and a loop, the first for a boat ride of its type.
It’s a world of plummets, a world of fear
The new drop will come at the former exit of the ride. Riders will see all of those signs that say “Goodbye” in multiple languages on the lift to a 60-foot drop into the loading zone. The boat will then execute a vertical loop. Those riders still in the boat after the loop (there are no restraints being added) will then exit at the dock in the usual manner, if they are able.
Sources say that there will still be no minimum height requirement for riders, but a written liability release will need to be signed.
Will this make you want to ride it more, or less? Let us know in the comments below!
Cover photo: Construction is underway to add a drop and a loop to it’s a small world. Photo by ARICAD [CC BY-SA 3.0] via Wikimedia & pngitem.com.