January 7, 2001, 9:16A

Coastergasm

My Uncle told me that Hershey park is already in plans to open a Willy Wonka amusement park to expand with their park. They have already hired over 100 midgets to play the oompa loompas and go around the park.Sounds Fun

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January 7, 2001, 9:21A

ToddConstantine

What are you talking about? That would never happen. I think your uncle is on something if he told you that. This post should be deleted!

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January 7, 2001, 9:23A

Coastergasm


Hey it's just a rumor.My uncle works in the rollercoaster industry
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January 7, 2001, 9:40A

coastergenius

How are they going to find 100 midgets that would want to play Ompa Loopas.
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January 7, 2001, 9:46A

punk

Isn't Wonka and Hershey two different candy makers? Or is wonka a division?

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January 7, 2001, 10:44A

Coasterville Dave

Well, there is one big obstacle to that rumor. According to a Wonka Bar I have sitting here, Wonka is made by Nestle. No matter how facinating an idea that would be, and the fact that Hersheypark has kiddie rides, but no kiddie land, I'm afraid that it will never happen. That would be like Coca-Cola opening a theme park, and having a Mountain Dew attraction.

Just not the way big business works.


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January 7, 2001, 12:06P

T-Wolf

I kind of like the idea
Besides they couldn't exactly have height restrictions.
Wonka is owned by Nestle.
Hershey needs a kiddie land.
They found enough midgets to play the oompas in the movie.
They found enough midgets to play the muntchkins in the Wizard of Oz.
Speaking of Wizard of Oz I remember reading that the Oz park also planned to have a Muntchkin Land. I mean how could you not if the park was themed on the land of Oz.



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January 7, 2001, 12:14P

Steel Phantom 1991-2000

The word midget isn't PC people. It's verticlay challenged.

I don't think you should take Coastergasm to seriously. *** This post was edited by Steel Phantom 1991-2000 on 1/7/2001. ***
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January 7, 2001, 12:40P

sfga2001


LOL This is the funniest thread I have ever read.
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January 7, 2001, 1:25P

CoasterChic

Hershey Park will not get a "kiddieland"
They consider the whole park to be a family theme park. They do not want to isolate any area in the park just for kids.
They are not considered a thrill park and never will which is why they will never get any type of "thrillRides".
They have their great coasters but they are not intense to be considered thrillrides.
They will never get a hyper, they will never get a giga and they will never get any kind of tower or skycoaster.
This I do know for a fact as I have many friends who work inside the park in different areas of the field and management.
So put to rest any rumors you will ever hear about hypers, gigas, towers,etc as it will never happen.
They want to remain one of the best "FAMILY" theme parks.

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January 7, 2001, 2:37P

john peck

john peck's avatar Vertically Challenged! Thats good!
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January 7, 2001, 3:30P

coasterpunk

Maybe Hershey will hire them on to be little Hershey kisses.

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January 7, 2001, 4:29P

CoasterChic


coasterpunk said:
"Maybe Hershey will hire them on to be little Hershey kisses.

This has to be the funniest quote yet..I"m laughing so hard I am crying.


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January 7, 2001, 6:24P

RideMan

Funny thing about chocolate. Anybody know who makes Kit Kat bars in the USA? How about in Canada? Strange, huh?

--Dave Althoff, Jr.
Who will clear up the mystery in a couple of days if this thread lasts that long...
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