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The Top 17 Differences if the Olympics Were Held at Disneyland

17> Medals placed around winners' necks by chirping birds.

16> Goofy buys the farm in bizarre archery "accident."

15> Regulation requiring all rowing event competitors to keep their hands and arms inside the boat at all times results in considerably lower scores.

14> Sprinters legs spin wildly in place before they take off.

13> Hammer Throw replaced with Dwarf Toss.

12> Animatronic John Tesh much livelier than the real one.

11> Donald Duck defects to Busch Gardens.

10> Tinkerbell's "fairy dust" added to list of banned substances.

9> Animatronic Abe Lincoln wins the Decathalon!

8> $4 Cokes only cost $3.75.

7> New Slogan: "The Sweatiest Place On Earth!"

6> Minnie Mouse and Kerri Strug never seen together... hmmmm.

5> Barbells marked '10,000 Pounds' absurdly easy to lift.

4> A petulant Pluto demands chance to race for record 10th dog biscuit.

3> The Little Mermaid takes home a record 49 gold medals in swimming events.

2> "Gymnastic gold or no gymnastic gold, you're too short for the rides!"

...and's Number 1 Difference if the Olympics Were Held at Disneyland...

1> Synchronized swimmers don't just look goofy -- they *ARE* Goofy!

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