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13th May '16 9:04:54 PM IniuriaTalis
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* One foodgasm-induced ImagineSpot in ''Anime/ShokugekiNoSoma'' transforms a group of judges into school girls spending the day at "Yukihee Land," as the dish was [[JustForPun a roller-coaster of flavors]].

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* One foodgasm-induced ImagineSpot in ''Anime/ShokugekiNoSoma'' transforms a group of judges into school girls spending the day at "Yukihee Land," as the dish was [[JustForPun [[{{Pun}} a roller-coaster of flavors]].
13th May '16 9:04:15 PM IniuriaTalis
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* One foodgasm-induced ImagineSpot in ''Anime/ShokugekiNoSoma'' transforms a group of judges into school girls spending the day at "Yukihee Land," as the dish was [[JustForPun a roller-coaster of flavors]].
13th May '16 3:17:46 PM Pichu-kun
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* In one episode of ''Manga/MyLoveStory'' Takeo, Yamato, Suna, Suna's sister Ai, and a man who has a crush on Ai named Oda go to "[=MM=] Land" (which is likely a reference to WesternAnimation/MickeyMouse). Yamato originally feared going because she didn't want to jinx her romance with Takeo but is convinced to. Most of the episode is about Oda trying to get Ai to confess to Takeo. The theme park apparently revolves around characters that look suspiciously like cat versions of Mickey and Minnie (which in turn makes them look like Ortensia).
12th Apr '16 7:20:46 AM dotchan
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* Tropical Land in ''Manga/DetectiveConan'' - it's very Disney-esque, with a central hub and themed sub-areas.
6th Mar '16 8:32:04 PM SammyDragon92
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* '''Roller coaster'''. Sometimes steel, but usually wooden. Always completely outdoors with the track supports obvious (i.e. from a distance, it is immediately recognizable as a roller coaster). This doesn't quite fit Universal or Disney-- Universal coasters nearly all feature inversions (which are impossible on wooden coasters), while Disney parks almost (but not quite) always hide the track in some way, whether by putting it inside a building (Space Mountain) or by theming (Big Thunder Mountain Railroad). Six Flags does use this sort of coaster at its parks, often playing up the nostalgia angle, but typically has steel coasters alongside them.

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* '''Roller coaster'''. Sometimes steel, but usually wooden. Always completely outdoors with the track supports obvious (i.e. from a distance, it is immediately recognizable as a roller coaster). This doesn't quite fit Universal or Disney-- Universal coasters nearly all feature inversions (which are impossible on wooden coasters), while Disney parks almost (but not quite) always hide the track in some way, whether by putting it inside a building (Space Mountain) Mountain, Rock 'n Roller Coaster) or by theming (Big Thunder Mountain Railroad).Mountain, Matterhorn Bobsleds, Expedition Everest etc.). Six Flags does use this sort of coaster at its parks, often playing up the nostalgia angle, but typically has steel coasters alongside them.
21st Dec '15 7:19:58 PM FloydPinkerton
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** Fun-Fun Mountain had an attraction called Souvenir Land, so it's still sort of the trope namer.
30th Nov '15 8:29:51 PM MrNickelodeon
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* Krustyland from ''Ride/TheSimpsonsRide'' at Ride/UniversalStudios is a poorly-put together theme park designed to shake as much money out of its customers' pockets as possible.
5th Nov '15 9:00:21 AM BulletproofLlama
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* The bizarre theme park in ''WesternAnimation/DespicableMe'', in which Gru is forced to ride a crazy roller coaster along with the girls in his care, and in which he destroys the game stand and "wins" Agnes her stuffed toy unicorn.

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* The Super Silly Fun Land, the bizarre theme park in ''WesternAnimation/DespicableMe'', in which Gru is forced to ride a crazy roller coaster along with the girls in his care, and in which he destroys the game stand and "wins" Agnes her stuffed toy unicorn.
4th May '15 5:40:12 AM Andyroid
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* ''WebAnimation/HomestarRunner'' - Strong Bad imagines one of these, called "Strong Bad's Mount [=RidesPlace=]! USA" in one of his [[http://www.homestarrunner.com/sbemail104.html emails]]. Since he can't afford to build it, he settles for "The Strong Badian Riverquest Safariventure", a Jungle Cruise clone ''so'' pathetic, it just takes place in a cardboard box on a small puddle of water with Strong Bad giving lifeless commentary.

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* ''WebAnimation/HomestarRunner'' - Strong Bad imagines one of these, called "Strong Bad's Mount [=RidesPlace=]! USA" in one of his the WebAnimation/StrongBadEmail [[http://www.homestarrunner.com/sbemail104.html emails]]."theme park"]]. Since he can't afford to build it, he settles for "The Strong Badian Riverquest Safariventure", a Jungle Cruise clone ''so'' pathetic, it just takes place in a cardboard box on a small puddle of water with Strong Bad giving lifeless commentary.
1st Apr '15 5:00:13 AM Andyroid
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* BanjoTooie has Witchyworld, a decrepit, unsafe theme park known for terrible sanitation, bribing authorities, and employing pickpockets. Oddly enough, Boggy's family still thinks it's a pretty awesome place.

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* BanjoTooie VideoGame/BanjoTooie has Witchyworld, a decrepit, unsafe theme park known for terrible sanitation, bribing authorities, and employing pickpockets. Oddly enough, Boggy's family still thinks it's a pretty awesome place.place.
* ''VideoGame/KingdomOfLoathing'':
** Uncle P's Antiques once sold an item that gave players a map to the Magic Commune, an amusement park owned and operated by hippies. It features such attractions as Freegans of the Mysterious Island, Mary Jane's Wild Ride, and the Electric Lemonade Acid Parade.
** The Mr. Store item for April 2015 offered access to [[BlandNameProduct Dinseylandfill]], a [[ElementalRockPaperScissors stench-aligned]] zone that's a combination amusement park and landfill. Tacky ''and'' disgusting!



* A [[RockyAndBullwinkle Fractured Fairy Tale]] had a take on "Sleeping Beauty" with the prince--a loose caricature of Walt Disney--choosing to not wake Sleeping Beauty with a kiss but to market her and the castle as a tourist attraction, souvenirs and all.

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* A [[RockyAndBullwinkle [[WesternAnimation/RockyAndBullwinkle Fractured Fairy Tale]] had a take on "Sleeping Beauty" with the prince--a loose caricature of Walt Disney--choosing to not wake Sleeping Beauty with a kiss but to market her and the castle as a tourist attraction, souvenirs and all.
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