Disney Dating

Discussion in 'Gay and Lesbian at Disney' started by WittyreaderLI, Aug 23, 2012.

  1. WittyreaderLI

    WittyreaderLI Mouseketeer

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    Does anyone else dream of finding that Disney obsessed guy to take with you on your trips and to share the memories with? I'm sure you all do. Hope he's still out there waiting for me too.
     
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  3. PHILCT

    PHILCT DIS Veteran

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    They do exist ! They are not as rare as you think. Now if you fall in love with a Castmember, you even can get more Disney Benefits, and the Pixie Dust will more often come your way !

    Hugs, Phil
     
  4. furb & dez

    furb & dez City Bear Jamboreers

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    Got mine! Good luck on finding yours...

    ;)
     
  5. Royal Consort

    Royal Consort And I thought a Park Hopper was just a Kangaroo in

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    it happens occasionally. I think I was very lucky to find someone into both Disney and also musical theatre. We now travel around the world to Disney parks and to see specific shows.

    There seems to be quite a large gay Disney fanbase in the States but then, you may find someone in which you both love to do other things. The way many ladies on here complain about their husbands grumbling about having to go to Disney parks, it seems the heteros have more problems with it!
     
  6. DVCDan36

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    I found mine in the most unlikely of places. He enjoyed Disney, but not the extent as I did. He had never been to a Disney park though. It wasn't until a life changing experience did he realize that taking time out for you and your family (and WDW was the goal) did he absolutely immerse himself as a Disney fanatic. We now have DVC, and go early to appreciate our life together.
     
  7. WittyreaderLI

    WittyreaderLI Mouseketeer

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    Thanks guys, I just feel kind of hopeless. I'm 31 and I have barely had any relationships.
     
  8. glenpreece

    glenpreece DIS Veteran

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    Ditto I totally know how you feel :( at least I have my Disney Best Friend to travel to Disney with when he can.

    And for this reason I'm going away on/for my birthday. I'm turning 30 and I feel like I've accomplished nothing. I don't a nig party to remind me of how my life hasn't gone the way I hoped. I haven't had any significant relationships, I can't drive (literally they won't let me) I work at the same place as I did in High School (though I am a Manager now) and still live with the fam since I can't afford to buy a house and there's really nowhere to rent in our small rural town.
     
  9. WittyreaderLI

    WittyreaderLI Mouseketeer

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    Glen,

    Let's go out :_)

    Brian


     
  10. glenpreece

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    little problem there we live in 2 different countries :)
     
  11. GrahamOrlando

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    Just come join the cast. You'll be spoilt for choice :thumbsup2
     
  12. DOPEYLUVER

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    My 20 year old straight daughter will attest to that.. :rotfl2:
     
  13. GrahamOrlando

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    :rotfl::rotfl::rotfl: Disney is one of the best places in the world to work if you're LGBT. Must be why there are so many of us on cast here :)
     
  14. seobaina

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    I'm 36, straight...and fast becoming the scary old cat lady ;) I don't even mind if he's not a huge disney fan, as long as he appreciates my love of disney. My problem is I like American men and there aren't many where I live :(
     
  15. seobaina

    seobaina DIS Veteran

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    Oh and that's somewhat true with Disney even over here :lmao: but I do now have lots of disney obsessed gay men as friends ;)
     
  16. glenpreece

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    I would LOVE to work at WDW!! But the USA immigration rules/laws are not in my favour.
     
  17. #1MMFan

    #1MMFan Space Mountain Maniac

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    Your post reminds me of myself, Glen. Except I'm now 34. Having to get a house with sis as she is the one who can get the mortgage and she is also unattached. Have had little in way of significant relationships and feel I've missed out on the period of time in my twenties when I should have been finding myself and going through what everyone else seems to already have gone through.
     
  18. NYCJoshua

    NYCJoshua Earning My Ears

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    I am wishing the same thing. My problem is that all of my friends have a terrible view of Disney. I can't tell you how nice it would be to date a guy who liked Disney.
     
  19. BrdwayBoy

    BrdwayBoy "I know now that theatre saved my life." - S. Stro

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    I'm in the same boat; I've met too many guys that Just roll their eyes when I mention that I'm a Disney fan. I'm thankful that my very close friends are just as into WDW as I am.
     
  20. mikelan6

    mikelan6 World Traveler, Usually Optimistic

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    I'm fortunate to have good friends that love Disney - especially the parks. Finding someone to start a relationship with though seems impossible.
     
  21. glenpreece

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    Yup I hate seeing my old high school friends who are now married, have kids, a house etc. When I see them they're like "what are you up to these days??" I just want to crawl into a hole a die.
     

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