Listen, here at DFB, we feel like we’ve seen it all.
Animatronics losing body parts in the middle of their shows? Seen it! Countless ride evacuations? Seen it! Parts of rides getting “inconspicuously” replaced with houseplants? Believe it or not, we’ve seen it. So today was just another routine day when we got stuck on a Disney World ride. However, this particular malfunction isn’t one we’ve come across before!
We were in the middle of our “Power Test” on Test Track when our vehicle ran into a bit of a problem. We know what the speedometer sign says Disney, but this sure doesn’t feel like we’re going 60 miles per hour. We literally were stopped on the Test Track curve.
We’re stuck at the curve on Test Track! pic.twitter.com/hCdugGAD9s
— AJ Wolfe (@DisneyFoodBlog) June 10, 2021
We’re kinda glad that the whole design-your-own-car thing is still unavailable because if it were, our results would be: Capability — good, Efficiency — good, Responsiveness — good, Power — downright abysmal. Not the best score we’ve ever received. 😂
But, on the bright side, we can enjoy the lovely view while we’re hanging out up here…isn’t that parking lot just magnificent?!
And even though the ride has stopped, we can still imagine that we’re moving considering the fact that we’re all leaning very hard to the left. Who needs ab day at the gym when gravity and Test Track can do the work for you?
Usually, we have to lay out by the pool during our trip to get that post-vacation glow, but we think we’ll be nice and tan by the time that we’re done here. Even that Florida sun is pitching in and helping out!
But in all seriousness, getting stuck on a Disney World ride can be really fun, as long as you keep a positive attitude. It’s definitely an experience we won’t forget! A few minutes after the stop, we slowly resumed and finished the rie.
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Have you ever been stuck on a Disney ride?