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Noice! Just like the film. Watched it on Youtube...looked pretty realistic. Also saw a Mickey Mouse cap floating in the water...was that a dig...haha.



I would have gone...still time to make it down there and enjoy in the festivities!

Even though the question was directed at HOGH I'd say Space Mountain and Splash Mountain. For Universal - Back To The Future!
I didn't really have the option of going. I wouldn't mind going one day.
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Had a holiday in Florida when I was 7. Best holiday ever. Universal Studios and Disney world were so amazing. Loved every second of it. Will be taking my son for sure.

Want to go to the Harry potter park as well and be a big kid for the day.

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Had a holiday in Florida when I was 7. Best holiday ever. Universal Studios and Disney world were so amazing. Loved every second of it. Will be taking my son for sure.

Want to go to the Harry potter park as well and be a big kid for the day.

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The closest I have got is Six Flags. When I was a kid I LOVED Toon Town. Which is a section for kids at Six Flags. Haven't been in years but they use to play Bugs Bunny cartoons on TVs while you were in line.
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I bought these Nicorette plasters today. Suckers cost so much! I think i'm going to cut them in half so i can make them last at least 2 weeks. Only reason i'm trying to quit is the money and buying these isn't going to help.

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I bought these Nicorette plasters today. Suckers cost so much! I think i'm going to cut them in half so i can make them last at least 2 weeks. Only reason i'm trying to quit is the money and buying these isn't going to help.
Have you considered trying the electric cigs or vapor pens?
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I bought these Nicorette plasters today. Suckers cost so much! I think i'm going to cut them in half so i can make them last at least 2 weeks. Only reason i'm trying to quit is the money and buying these isn't going to help.
If you can afford it don't cut them in half. There is a chance the whole nicotine dose gets dumped at once (bad for your health) or maybe it won't release any nicotine at all depending on the type of the plaster (membrane-controlled release). You could cut them in half if the release is matrix-controlled, maybe you can find that phrase or something similar on the info sheet.


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So what is your favorite ride at either Universal or Disney?

Family has arrived safely in Orlando.
At Disney I always liked the Test Track at Epcot. It is pretty awesome they put you in a thing shaped like a car. When the ride begins, it shoves you towards walls like you are going to wreck and does some other things as if you were in a car being safety tested. At the end you go out onto a big track and it flies around it really quickly.

Epcot is my favorite, but it is more for the adults I would say as there are more shops and things to check out rather than rides. It is split up into countries around the park and each country serves that countries food and beer and sells stuff from there. It is really neat. My girlfriend likes the Animal Kingdom the best.

At Universal, I am not sure what my favorite ride would be. They have taken out and added a few things since I last went. But Islands of Adventure is right next to it and connected by a place called City Walk is where I normally went. (They sell 2 park passes all the time to get you into Universal and IOA) IOA has a really cool Spider Man ride where its based on your car moving and a 3D screen making you feel like you are really moving, and it works great. The Hulk is probably their big roller coaster that everyone knows about.

The Harry Potter world is in IOA as well. They have a really cool coaster that used to be called Dueling Dragons (Not sure what it is called now) but it is 2 coasters that go at the same time and they twist and flip through and around each other.


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If you can afford it don't cut them in half. There is a chance the whole nicotine dose gets dumped at once (bad for your health) or maybe it won't release any nicotine at all depending on the type of the plaster (membrane-controlled release). You could cut them in half if the release is matrix-controlled, maybe you can find that phrase or something similar on the info sheet.


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I bought the 25mg which i'm sure is too much for me. Only had 2 cigarettes today before applying them. But.. there are 2 sides of tape on the back. What if i remove one side and apply it to my skin and remove the 2nd tape in another day. Thus it wouldn't harm the plaster itself. Nicotine is distributed equally on it so in theory it should work, right? Bought these:

http://www.docsimon.com/article/nico...-25mg-16-hours

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