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Angry woman riding Splash Mountain was born to be a meme
Her husband’s in big trouble.
Splash Mountain sucks.
It’s, like, six seconds of actual ride. It features the jankiest animatronics in the entire amusement park. The line is always way too long, and there’s a chance you’ll spend the rest of the day soaked in that dirty, recycled log-flume water. It’s a bottom-tier attraction propped up by the same weird nostalgia that convinces people the Haunted Mansion is still a worthy endeavor in 2016. Seriously, fuck Splash Mountain.
“Wife got a little perturbed that I wouldn’t accompany her on the ride,” notes the husband of the woman in this photo. Probably he wasn’t interested in having to change his shirt before enjoying a $17 meal from Pizza Planet or whatever. I actually don’t know who’s in the wrong—the husband for being a baby or the wife for just demanding he rides Splash Mountain despite pretty dang reasonable arguments against it.
None of that really matters though, because their brief schism gave us one of the most iconic photos in the history of Disney amusement parks.
That, my friends, is the look of a woman who’s been thoroughly chewed up by the Happiest Place on Earth. It’s also perfect fodder for Reddit’s r/photoshopbattles:
Really hope she had more fun on Pirates of the Caribbean.
Photo via Blackthorne519/Imgur
Entertainment and sports reporter Luke Winkie has written everywhere from A.V Club to Vice, including Sports Illustrated, Rolling Stone, Kotaku, Playboy, Mel, and Polygon.