9 Hilarious Disney World Memes Only True Park Hoppers Will Understand

When passholders and park-lovers hear someone mention Disney World, a million memories come to mind. If you're a serious park hopper though, there are inside jokes that will come to you that casual visitors just will not understand.

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Disney World's most passionate fans know how to bond over inside secrets, relatable moments, and the crazy things they'll do to ride an attraction. We're here to take a look at all of it by covering some of the funniest Disney Park memes around.

Get ready to hop on the monorail; Here are 10 hilarious Disney World memes only true park hoppers will understand.

9 When Disney Changes Too Much

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If you happen to be a Disney Parks fan and a Marvel fan, this will feel all too real.

Though Captain America has lived to the present, at the end of Avengers: Endgame, he ended up going back in time to live out his life with Peggy Carter. This joke imagines the pair going to Hollywood Studios in the '90s, back before Disney both changed the name of the park and removed The Great Movie Ride.

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Unfortunately, Steve Rogers knows all too well that the classic title will be given a makeover and the nostalgia-inducing attraction will be removed. The Great Movie Ride closed in August 2017 to make way for the forthcoming Mickey & Minnie's Runaway Railway ride.

8 When Disney Kills Off Another Attraction

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The Universe of Energy was the fabulous home of Ellen's Energy Adventure, a 45-minute slow-moving dark ride show starring Ellen DeGenerous and Bill Nye, in which they travel through time to learn about the planet's energy sources. The show was a comedic staple of Epcot until, like The Great Movie Ride, it closed in August 2017 to make way for a new attraction.

A Guardians of the Galaxy roller coaster will be moving into this space, unfortunately leaving Universe of Energy behind in the process.

7 When You Know The Lines Will Last Forever

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Disney World's new Star Wars-themed Galaxy's Edge is set to open to the public on August 29. While passholders are crazy excited to see Disney expand its Star Wars portion of the park, if it's anything like Avatar Land, they know they'll be waiting in never-ending lines.

Is the line being all the way out to the Florida boundary sign a little bit of an exaggeration? Yes. Will it feel like it stretches that far? You bet.

6 When You Ride Disney's Monorails Too Much

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Disney's Monorail system contains sleek trains in the sky that connect guests between the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, and the resorts.

Every time you ride it, a voice booms through the speakers, telling you to stand clear of the doors. The announcer then repeats this line in Spanish, and even if you don't speak the language, trust us -- you'll have the words ingrained in your head. Park hoppers hear them a lot.

5 When You Fall In Love With The Music

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Epcot's Future World is getting a makeover. This high-tech land positioned near the park's entrance is going to become even trendier as many of its '80s aesthetics will be replaced by a sleeker exterior and a more futuristic feel.

Although this is exciting, there's one thing Disney lovers are terrified of losing: The soundtrack. While the music in many themed lands throughout the parks are loved, the songs of Future World invoke a sense of nostalgia that we will really miss.

4 When Disney's New Attractions Follow A Trend

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Disney has been closing and constructing a lot of new attractions in the past few years, which has led to some gaps in entertainment. To fill in the empty spaces, the company keeps creating dance parties.

There have been dance parties with characters from all sorts of franchises, including The Incredibles, Guardians of the Galaxy, and Toy Story. And while none of the dance parties are particularly bad, they're getting kind of predictable at this point -- especially when the voids they're filling in were previously held by incredibly thought-out rides and shows.

3 When You're Expecting This On Expedition Everest

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Expedition Everest in Disney's Animal Kingdom is a high-speed steel rollercoaster that takes guests on a journey through snow-capped mountains to track down a terrifying yeti. The only thing scarier than the Yeti himself is the crazy collection of hairbands sitting at the bottom of one section of the track.

The ride begins by slowly elevating guests through various twists and turns. When it reaches the top, the ride vehicle pauses before it descends back into darkness. This is where guests have been known to leave insane amounts of hair ties.

2 When You Eat At This Restaurant Too Much

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Tomorrowland sits to the right of Cinderella's castle in the Magic Kingdom. On the edge of it, you'll find a fast-casual restaurant called Cosmic Ray's Starlight Cafe, and in it is the world's greatest singing space alien.

Sonny Eclipse is an animatronic robot that has been entertaining guests with a collection of original jazzy space tunes since 1995. Serious Disney fans can recall every single one. The total show lasts 27 minutes before it loops again, meaning if you eat a long lunch, you might hear the same song twice.

1 When You're Waiting For A Ride

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Posted above every attraction is a wait time. This wait time is also shown in the "My Disney Experience" app, which keeps guests up to date on the happenings in the park.

What's the most frustrating thing in the world, though, is when the wait times update while you're standing in line. Trust us, the five minutes make a huge difference.

Serious park hoppers will race from Epcot to the Magic Kingdom because of low wait time; if it changes, you can't expect them to be happy about it.

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