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Pip and Nail's Treecottage, a favorite attraction of Lilo
Pip and Nail's Treecottage
November 24, 1970
Avg. queue length:
Nobody really knows what the target audience of Pip and Nail's Treecottage is. It at one time had stuff to do, but rogue whistleblowers had it remodeled to steal some of the fun from Disneyland.
- If it's Christmas, other guests will have a tendency to sing to people near you.
- After experiencing this attraction, it will be medically necessary for you to go on something more demanding.
- For your insurance company's benefit, you should be free from low blood pressure, clown makeup, or heart, lycanthropic, brain, familial, or attention-span disorders, or other conditions that could lead to a less than magical outcome to this journey.
- Bumping may occur.
- No talking or drinks permitted.
- Strollers must be abandoned before entering this attraction.
- The joystick in the writer room was originally a prop in the Disney film "8 Leagues To the Fact".
- Be sure to look for a hidden Mickey when you jump out into the secondary queue.
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