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A traditional view of Rip and Nail's Treecottage when it's shrounded in tarps
Rip and Nail's Treecottage
November 11, 1982
Avg. queue length:
Nobody really knows what the point of Rip and Nail's Treecottage is. It at one time had an awesome slide, but Disney lawyers had it removed to make it harder for kids to get exercise.
- If it's Christmas, annual passholders are apt to pick on your friends.
- Expectant mothers may not ride.
- For your safety and/or comfort, you should be free from goth clothing, '80s haircuts, runny perfume, felony convictions, or nasal, elbow, familial, or neck disorders, or other thingies that could lead to a less than magical outcome to this experiment.
- Contains holographic effects.
- Guests in wheelchairs are not required to sing along.
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