15 July 2010


Being a writer, I have a thing for witty wordplay, a fascinating facet of the storytelling that can be found throughout Walt Disney World. One of the best places to find these talented turn of phrases is Dinoland U.S.A. From scientific slang to amusing ads, the wording of everything in Dinoland U.S.A. clearing comes from an unabashed assemblage of people that love to have fun with words. A prime example of these wily words can be found in the titles of the games of Chester and Hester’s Dino-Rama.

With names like Mammoth Marathon, Fossil Fueler, Comet Crashers, Bronto Score, Whac-A- Packycephalosaur, and Dino-Whamma, the games are as fun to say as they are to play! (Not to mention take pictures of...) In this same vane, I would be remiss if I did not mention the names of the fuels used in Fossil Fuelers, they are: Extincto, Gasodon, Jurgassic, Rocktane, Pteroil, Supremadon, and Fossilene.

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