Of course it did.
When you get a pregnant momma in the home stretch and she no longer cares about gaining weight or really anything other than getting the little boo O.U.T. you start to talk food.
The DisBroad’s discussion played out like this:
April: So I’ve decided I’m just going to spend the rest of this pregnancy at Disney World. I want some fries with that mayo stuff from Be Our Guest. And some beignets.
I’ll just walk the parks until she comes out. They’ve got to give me passes for dropping a kid on property right?
Amy: You need someone to accompany you. I’ll be right there, because we’re about to pull out the Get Along shirt here.
April: Are you okay with delivering my baby? And bagging my placenta
Tania: This sounds like an excellent plan to me.
Kristen: If delivering a baby and bagging a placenta gets me a trip to Walt Disney World then so be it
Amy: I’ll take the baby. Kristen gets the placenta.
Patty: (yawning in AZ) Too early in morning for bagging the placenta talk, yo.
April: Almost lunch time here. Speaking of lunch…
Patty: Ewwwwwwww placenta patties.
April: Ha. But yeah, in all honesty, no way I could ever actually eat the things. Big difference between some pills and serving it with a side of rice pilaf. No can do on option 2.
Amy: Glad to hear you have standards. Seriously though, Broads, what would you snack on all day at Walt Disney World if you were there without kids?
Patty: Not April’s placenta. Just sayin’….
Amy: We already established that. Let the placenta go, Patty.
For me: Be Our Guest French onion soup, Tortuga Tavern burrito and a big fat cupcake from somewhere. A nod goes to the sampler platter at 50′s Prime Time.
Tania: Mickey waffles from anywhere and lots of bacon, with a side of make-your-own omelet, Mickey bar, Nutella and Fruit Waffle, Dole Whip, and Butterfinger cupcake for lunch, ‘Ohana for dinner. With a few more snacks thrown in depending on what my tummy tells me.
Amy: I have yet to sample a Butterfinger cupcake. Thinking that will go down better than a Japanese snow cone
April: A Nutella waffle for breakfast, BOG for a pork chop and pomme frites with their dipping mayo for lunch, beignets for snack, ‘Ohana for dinner and the Boardwalk Bakery for a cheesecake brownie for dessert.
Patty: The only thing I think I have to have is a waffle from sleepy hollow. I don’t know that I would even do a sit down meal. I didn’t at Disneyland on Sunday. I just wandered and ate whatever was walk up easy. Well, and La Cava. But I think that goes without saying in this crowd, right?
Amy: I waited and ate at BOG the Monday I was solo at Magic Kingdom after Princess. I do like that place.
April: Considering I was >< this close to ordering off the kids menu at BOG during our first visit, I dig it too lol.
Bonnie: I can’t choose. I love it all. Definitely a dole whip for sentimental reasons. That just means Disney to me.
April: Oh, I need a choco covered Mickey rice krispy treat too. That is what says Disney to me.
Summer: Pastries in France for breakfast. Le Cellier cheddar soup for lunch w/ pretzel bread, BOG filet w/ pomme de frites for dinner. Creme brûlée from Chefs for dessert and a jalapeño pretzel and frozen raspberry lemonade for snack.
Shannon: Nope, I am a banana at the Cafe kind of gal. I bought a $3 banana at Animal Kingdom and it was pretty good for a banana.
Julie: Lobster Roll is yummy my new fave, Jalapeno Pretzel, Mickey Pretzel, Dole Whip, the Chicken mashed potatoes and green beans were surprisingly good in tomorrow land, Carrot Cake Cookie, Zebra Domes…..its all good…. really.
April: Wait- what?! Lobster rolls? Where do they have lobster rolls?
Julie: Columbia Harbor House. We never ate there before last trip. I think it has the best Counter Service Menu for walk up.
Suzanne: Dole whip, Lobster Eggs Benedict from 1900 park fare, breakfast lasagna from crystal Palace, anything from 50s primetime. I second lobster roll. Mickey pretzel. And a cupcake from anywhere. Ooh hoping they have the Jack cupcakes again in October.
Kristen: Mickey ice cream bar, Nutella and fruit waffle, Dole Whip, Butterfinger cupcake, carrot cake cookie, School bread…I could keep going. That’s just snacks.
Patty: Just point me to La Cava. Guac, chips, and booze is all I need. Guac is good fat, chips have… errr… corn? It’s a veggie, right? And the pineapple margarita has fruit, so it’s health food, really. Shut up.
What about you? What would you eat all day if you were set loose on Walt Disney World alone? And would you take a DisBroad with you?