Premium Transportation Service to Include Drones

Earlier this month, the Walt Disney World Resort announced a new premium option that will take park-hopping guests from one park to another via the backstage areas of the resort, for a fee of $15 a day. Response has been so positive that Disney plans to add an ultra-premium option, that will transport guests not by bus, but by drone – effectively cutting their transit time in half. “In theory, a guest could get off of Space Mountain, harness up to the drone, and be in line for Tower of Terror in 10 minutes,” said Thomas Jefferson Geronimo III, Vice… Continue reading this fake story…

Free Ice Cream to Guests Who Complain A Lot

Starting this weekend, any guest who lodges a complaint with Guest Relations will receive a free ice cream cone. Previously, guests who complained walked away with nothing more than free FastPasses or in some cases, free admission to a Disney Park. “We listened to our guests who complained frequently and they informed us that they were tired of the free FastPasses and park tickets,” Brian Baylor, Vice President of Disney’s Feedback Freebies division. “It didn’t take us long to realize that the freebies we were handing out weren’t solving the problem anymore. The idea of free ice cream was born… Continue reading this fake story…

Big Changes Coming to WDW and Chris Isn’t Happy!

If you have been following the Walt Disney World news feed recently, you know about the big changes coming to the resort, most notably at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Plans are underway to transform areas of the park into separate themed lands dedicated to the Star Wars and Toy Story film franchises. While these changes have been welcomed by many, there are some who are irate over the changes. Enter: Chris Rotchety. Rotchety is a self-proclaimed avid fan of Walt Disney World and has visited the resort “countless” times since he was a boy. He currently operates a Walt Disney World… Continue reading this fake story…

Tower of Terror to Get a Home on the Range Makeover

Fresh off Disney’s announcement that Disneyland’s Tower of Terror will get a Guardians of the Galaxy makeover, Florida’s Tower of Terror ride will not be forgotten. Looking to “plus” one of Walt Disney World’s beloved attractions, the Tower of Terror will soon get a makeover based on the 2004 blockbuster smash hit Home on the Range, starring screen legend Randy Quaid. The film is set in the Old West and centers on a mismatched trio of dairy cows who must capture an infamous cattle rustler for his bounty in order to save their idyllic farm from foreclosure. “Our first thought was… Continue reading this fake story…