(Low chance of vikings in this picture.)
"How is there a line?" Kim muttered, "We got here at opening."
"Speedy might have been able to beat everyone, but it was a long hop!" Mick protested.
Speedy stood up on his hind feet and looked around. "I might have beaten most, but the kids ran up and held spots for their parents."
"Does that make me your parent?" Kim asked.
Both rabbits made scoffing noises. The hard done by viking just sighed.
"I'm kind of surprised everyone's not lined up for Test Track or Spaceship Earth." Mick grumbled.
Kim looked at the lop suspiciously, "You weren't planning on stealing the longboat were you?"
"NO!" Was the entirely too quick answer. "Well, not really." He admitted. "They'd miss it pretty quick."
Kim closed his eyes and counted to twenty. He shouldn't be surprised that the furballs had considered stealing a long boat from Disney World, he really shouldn't be. He told himself this twice.
A nose nudged his ankle, "C'mon, move up slow poke."
"Do you know what respect is?" Kim asked.
"Yes, its the thing rabbits don't give humans. You're too tall and too furless."
Kim followed the hopping duo. "We have the thumbs."
Speedy did a mini-binky. "Don't listen to him. We like humans just fine. Well, most humans." Speedy stopped in mid-step and suddenly ducked behind Kim's legs.
"What?" Kim said, almost tripping over the British bunny.
"Kid almost saw me. Never mind, all good now." Speedy reassured the human.
Kim sighed. He could be home, in a nice warm bed and.. He looked at Mr Mick who had somehow pulled an iPad out of somewhere and was fiddling with it. "Where do you keep that?!"
"Bunspace." Mick replied absently. Kim rolled his eyes and just kept moving with the crowd.
"Okay!" Mick announced, "I've figured it out, you need to let two people in front of you."
"I need to do what now?" Kim asked, suddenly wondering if everyone thought he was crazy for talking to thin air or if the magic of bunnyland was making it all seem normal.
"Let two people in front of you. You want the front left seat, it's the best. Front row also makes it easier for us to hide but still see stuff."
Kim suspected that Mr Mick was full of something brown and smelly but smiled at the couple behind him and offered to let them in front of him. They were a bit confused but obliged and went in front.
"Happy?" He asked Mick.
"Absolutely!" Mick said with a butt shake of glee.
"I'm being set up, I know I'm being setup." Kim muttered to himself.
He kept his mouth shut as they got to the personnel running the tour. He didn't really want to get dragged into conversation with a bunch of Norwegians. He obediently stood behind the line until a rather short longboat pulled up. "Couldn't carry loot in this." He muttered. Mick nipped his ankle as they easily hopped past him and onto the boat.
As they waited for the other tourists to get settled Kim turned to Speedy who was sitting on the seat beside him. "What about cats?" he asked.
"What about cats?" Speedy asked, "I have some good friends who happen to be cats."
"Foo' cats." Mick grumbled from the other side of Speedy.
"Do they have a bunspace type deal?" Kim asked.
"Ask a cat!" Mick grunted.
Speedy gave a happy ear bob. "I think so. We don't really talk about that stuff. They're either very sneaky and use their humans' computers or they have their own system though. Lots of cats have blogs."
"Aren't those humans writing blogs for them?" Kim asked, eyeing Speedy. He again had the feeling he was being snookered.
Speedy giggled, "No, no, it's feline composition!"
Kim shook his head as the boat started moving.
The story of the ride was a bit cobbled together from Kim's point of view. Certainly a bit disjointed when it went from medieval era straight into oil wells.
He should have been suspicious when Speedy and Mick hopped off the seat and dived under the people's legs on the right side of the ride. There was a down-slope of the water ride and a big splash. A splash that soaked whoever was sitting in the front left. Kim wiped his face of water and glared at the giggling bunnies. He KNEW he was being set up. Dang rabbits.
Speedy came out first, binkys in each step. "I'm sorry Mr Kim, but it was very funny."
"Uh huh." He replied drolly, shaking water off. He wasn't particularly bothered by the prank, but played along. He flicked water at the mirth filled Mick.
The ride came to a gentle stop, letting them off into an area with various Norwegian trivia. Kim stood up and got off, the buns using their usual agility to avoid feet and puddles. Kim squelched when he walked. He sighed.
"It's warm and dry outside." Speedy said.
"Unless you want to sit and watch the movie." Mick said with a butt wiggle.
They came into a small area with a movie playing about Norway, much finer detail than the ride had shown. "Uh, I think I'll skip the twelve minutes of 'Thank God We're Not Sweden!' thanks."
The rabbits were right, it WAS warm and dry outside.
"It'll be better when they bring in all the Frozen stuff." Speedy said.
Mick and Kim exchanged a look, "Yeah, better, right." Kim pretended to agree. There was a long pause. "Now what?"
The two bunnies bounced up and down like sugar filled kids. "Test Track!"