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Old 05-12-2008, 11:20 PM   #181
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I look for threads like this to up my post count - oh that's a shameful disboards secret not a Disney secret.
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Old 05-17-2008, 12:04 AM   #182
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Old 05-17-2008, 01:24 AM   #183
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alright I have a new one...Am I the only one out there with a crush on "Mack" from the Pirate tutorial at MK? LOL Sooo funny!
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Old 05-22-2008, 03:28 PM   #184
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I have never seen DUMBO!

Anyone else?
I cried when I last watched Dumbo...3 weeks ago.

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Old 05-22-2008, 04:05 PM   #185
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I spend hours on dis researching for other people's trips!!
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Old 05-22-2008, 05:33 PM   #186
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age limit

I believe their should be an age limit. No one under 5. This would mean NO strollers. Under 5's seldom remember any of these "once in a lifetime" trips.

Or restrict them to Fantasy land. I could even give up PeterPan for not dealing with screaming, sunburned, exhausted preschoolers, who have no idea what is going on or where they are. And Parents who are hot, exhausted and even more cranky from pushing around the loaded 50lb stroller.

Maybe someday the parents will admit it's they who want to have a nice Disney vacation and leave the tiny ones with grandma in Baltimore.

We did not take our daughter to WDW until she was 9. She appreciated it a lot more and remembers the trip.
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Old 05-22-2008, 07:21 PM   #187
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I believe their should be an age limit. No one under 5. This would mean NO strollers. Under 5's seldom remember any of these "once in a lifetime" trips.

Or restrict them to Fantasy land. I could even give up PeterPan for not dealing with screaming, sunburned, exhausted preschoolers, who have no idea what is going on or where they are. And Parents who are hot, exhausted and even more cranky from pushing around the loaded 50lb stroller.

Maybe someday the parents will admit it's they who want to have a nice Disney vacation and leave the tiny ones with grandma in Baltimore.

We did not take our daughter to WDW until she was 9. She appreciated it a lot more and remembers the trip.

Hope you have your flame-retardant suit on! Yikes!!
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Old 05-22-2008, 09:01 PM   #188
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I believe their should be an age limit. No one under 5. This would mean NO strollers. Under 5's seldom remember any of these "once in a lifetime" trips.

Or restrict them to Fantasy land. I could even give up PeterPan for not dealing with screaming, sunburned, exhausted preschoolers, who have no idea what is going on or where they are. And Parents who are hot, exhausted and even more cranky from pushing around the loaded 50lb stroller.

Maybe someday the parents will admit it's they who want to have a nice Disney vacation and leave the tiny ones with grandma in Baltimore.

We did not take our daughter to WDW until she was 9. She appreciated it a lot more and remembers the trip.
While I like the idea it would never fly...

I always thought an "adult only" hotel or even wing/building at one of the resorts would be nice. How many longhouses are there at the Poly? Couldn't 1 be reserved just for adults?
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Old 05-22-2008, 09:10 PM   #189
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I believe their should be an age limit. No one under 5. This would mean NO strollers. Under 5's seldom remember any of these "once in a lifetime" trips.

Or restrict them to Fantasy land. I could even give up PeterPan for not dealing with screaming, sunburned, exhausted preschoolers, who have no idea what is going on or where they are. And Parents who are hot, exhausted and even more cranky from pushing around the loaded 50lb stroller.

Maybe someday the parents will admit it's they who want to have a nice Disney vacation and leave the tiny ones with grandma in Baltimore.

We did not take our daughter to WDW until she was 9. She appreciated it a lot more and remembers the trip.
Sorry if your experiences with under 5 is like this but this is DISNEY and our experience with under 5 has been wonderful. Just a reminder this is DISNEY! Just in case you thought you were posting for a vacation to Los Vegas .
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I thought this thread was entitled "shameful secrets?" Aren't we supposed to be airring the secrets we're ashamed to admit openly elsewhere on the boards?
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Old 05-22-2008, 11:58 PM   #191
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My Shameful Secret, I want to grab up and slap the Mom and or Dad's who. While they're 3yr old is having a meltdown. They are acting more childish than the 3yr old. I mean the other day a mom had her child walking the park at 3yrs old. Can you blame her for her meltdown. I get cranky after walking 12 miles. I mean the child is little the mom is 30. And the child was acting more mature.
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Old 05-23-2008, 11:10 AM   #192
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lol rebecca!

Maybe my next shameful secret will get us back on topic...

I've lost that special feeling for the characters in the parks. Even just 5 years ago I would think of Eeyore as THE Eeyore. Now, after being to too many character meals and seeing food stains on the costumes, I have lost a bit of that magic. And yes, I'm 35 this year but that doesn't have anything to do with it.

This one is not only shameful but very sad!

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Old 05-23-2008, 12:39 PM   #194
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I cry at the MK parade.
I don't ride roller coasters.
I love Breakfast at the Castle more than my 6 year old DD.
The drop at the beginning of the POTC ride is the scariest part of my trip every time!
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Old 05-23-2008, 01:13 PM   #195
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When I'm forced to ride "...it's a small world."

I use my invisible riffle to pick off the little suckers one at a time.

Then immagine them fleeing in screams of terror!!!

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