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Six Flags theme park

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posted on Jul, 3 2005 @ 01:10 PM
Who is that Creepy Old Guy? He creeps me out, I no longer wish to go to Six Flags.

[edit on 3-7-2005 by Godzilla1985]

posted on Jul, 4 2005 @ 12:59 AM
Oh come on that creepy old guy is the only reason I went there. I mean I can't help laughing everytime I see him dance.

posted on Jul, 4 2005 @ 01:28 AM
I heard it was actually a woman.

[edit on 7/4/05 by jetsetter]

posted on Jul, 4 2005 @ 01:31 AM
Well that changes everything. All my years of worshipping a bald dancing man it turns out it was a woman

posted on Jul, 4 2005 @ 03:13 AM
Mr. Six - Strange old guy sporting glasses, a tuxedo, a red bow tie and two-tone shoes who represented the "Fun" one finds at Six Flags theme parks. Similar to Mr. Magoo in appearance, Mr. Six (a.k.a. "the Ambassador of Fun") is a sort of a Pied Piper of Pleasure who pulls up in a red-and-cream retro style bus and begins to do a spasmodic, hyperkinetic dance to "We Like to Party!, a 1999 hit by the Vengaboys. Created by Doner Advertising from Southfield, Michigan, the TV spots hoped that we, the "overscheduled, over-worked and stressed out" consumer will jump on board Mr. Six's magic bus and take a trip to one of Six Flags' amusement park for a day of "ultimate fun" (despite our parents training to never, EVER to get into a vehicle driven by a stranger just because he promises you a good time). Six Flags theme parks are located in or near 35 of the 50 largest metropolitan areas in the U.S.

The Speculation...
Since the Mr. Six ads debuted in mid March of 2004 many people have been speculating as to the real identity behind the actor who portrays Six Flags limber dancing mascot with oh so inviting wave. On the surface, the dancing "senior" appears to be a much younger actor under the costume and makeup but Internet chatter has fans speculating the likes of such celebrities as Regis Philbin, Martin Short, Jaleel "Urkel" White and even Uncle Junior, a geriatric mobster from THE SOPRANOS as being behind the exuberant geriatric dancer who moves like a twenty year old clubgoer.

The Conspiracy...
So far, however, Six Flags is not willing to release the identity of their new mascot - keeping it a closely guarded secret. Charles "Hank" Salemi, Six Flags' senior vice president of marketing will only say that Mr. Six "is the spirit of Six Flags....He comes to take people away from their boredom." Six Flags New Orleans public relations director Ann Wills. reportedly said "It's a trade secret. If I tell you, then I have to kill you."

Obviously a ninja.

posted on Jul, 4 2005 @ 09:59 AM
Good grief, this is just one of many, many reasons I'm so relieved to have never been to Six Flags!

Little bald ninjing blokes in tuxedoes, wearing huge glasses, scare the willies out of me

(if "ninj" isn't a verb, then it jolly well should be. "To ninj". You know? "He ninjed right across that floor without us seeing him!)

posted on Jul, 6 2005 @ 08:18 PM
I sure wanna punch that guy...I feel a bit violent when that commercial comes on...mute isn't even enough anymore. It's for the best that his identity is not released. stop by commercials I hate dot com for a real rant on this and other painful irritations

posted on Jul, 9 2005 @ 09:39 PM
Six flags is overpriced and crappy and that old man is creepy and annoying.

Resurrected the nasty old rotter for another year's worth of commercials (tv ads).

Last time I went to Six Flags here by Chicago ("Great America") I was on their old wooden roller coaster (like this is supposed to be 'vintage'? or something?) and I swear the thing left the tracks! It was airborn!

At this same Six Flags lots of people have died on rides. Lots.

I'm getting older also, and really feel the body being knocked about. Would prefer a long slow massage.

Six Flags? Overpriced. Too crowded. Too many little kids. Rides that -at best-may give you a concussion; -at worst-may kill you.


posted on Jul, 11 2005 @ 10:59 PM

Originally posted by Godzilla1985

Who is that Creepy Old Guy? He creeps me out, I no longer wish to go to Six Flags.

[edit on 3-7-2005 by Godzilla1985]

Hahahahaa. I completely agree. There I was sipping my afternoon tea and looking for some good quality programing, when I see that 180 year old tortoise/human hybrid thrusting his hips on my television set! I almost killed myself on the spot. Good thing I had the remote handy. Christ, if that guy's gonna be there I'm NEVER bisiting six flags.

Bisiting is also a new word...not a typo, of course not...

[edit on 11-7-2005 by Herman]

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