Ten Things I Learned from Saludos Amigos

6th April, 2011 - Posted by DisAnim - Comments Off on Ten Things I Learned from Saludos Amigos

1. Horses can stand on two feet for a photo shoot.
2. Playing the flute forces a llama’s body to react against its own will.
3. You should send your child on a treacherous flight across the Andes if you can’t go because of high “oil” pressure.
4. Playing a video in slow motion doesn’t just show you the same video slower; it actually shows a completely different video.
5. Intimidating mountains have frightening, anthropomorphized faces.
6. Downing a drink from Brazil will instantly allow you to dance the samba.
7. If you walk onto a suspension bridge 10,000 feet above ground, it inevitably breaks.
8. Adding ink to bananas doesn’t make inky bananas—it makes toucans.
9. One of the most interesting things about Chile is the Aconcagua Mountain (which actually is in Argentina).
10. If you speak Portuguese to an American tourist who doesn’t speak Portuguese, he’s not going to understand you. If you speak English, however, he will.

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