Even losers go to Disneyland

Mitt Romney's new normal, post-election? Visits to theme parks and screenings of "Twilight"

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Even losers go to Disneyland (Credit: @Stansell Twitter Account)

Many wondered how GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney would fare after the election. Much to America’s surprise, Romney has been doing a lot of stuff that the 47 percent might do: Watching “Twilight” with his wife, hanging out at Disneyland and pumping his own gas, for example. And he seems to be having a good time (well, except while pumping gas).

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    Mitt Romney looking casual

    A haggard Mitt Romney pumps gas in La Jolla, California

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    Mitt Romney looking casual

    Mitt and Ann Romney let loose in Disneyland

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    Mitt Romney looking casual

    Mitt Romney is very excited to be at Disneyland

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    Mitt Romney looking casual

    Mitt Romney at Disneyland

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    Mitt Romney looking casual

    A sweaty Mitt Romney gets into his Audi Q7 after a work out at the gym

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    Mitt Romney looking casual

    Mitt Romney, Mitt Romney's arms and Ann Romney leaving the gym

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Prachi Gupta is an Assistant News Editor for Salon, focusing on pop culture. Follow her on Twitter at @prachigu or email her at pgupta@salon.com.

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