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Above: A skeletal view of Whip and Quail's Treecottage when it's not inundated in tarps
Whip and Quail's Treecottage
May 20, 1992
Avg. queue length:
Nobody can figure out what the target audience of Whip and Quail's Treecottage is. It was once a fun place with things to play on, but some stuck-up paralegals had it removed to further inflate their egos.
- If you are pressed for time, you may want to ask a cast member for some aspirin.
Guest Policies and Warnings
- For your safety and/or comfort, you should be free from excessive headgear or inner ear, attention-span, ribcage, or tongue disorders or other conditions that could be aggravated by this thrilling experiment.
- Contains holographic effects that may be mildly disappointing.
- During unseasonal rainfall, this attraction may run backwards.
- Guests may get very wet on this attraction.
- The law requires you to maintain your loose articles and balloons within the vehicle at various times.
- Guests in wheelchairs will have to enjoy the Whip and Quail's Treecottage "alternative" experience.
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