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Discussion in 'Welcome to the DIS' started by Thinktinknpixiedust, Apr 12, 2006.

  1. Thinktinknpixiedust

    Thinktinknpixiedust DIS Veteran

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    I just found out that a friend of mine is has gotten an early wedding gift. Her future brother in law bought then a 6 night 7 day package to WDW!! they are staying at POFQ.... Then I found out highly interesting news... neither one of them have ever been to WDW and don't have a clue!! She was talking about needing to plan other things while in FL!! I desperatly want to help them, but I don't want to be pushy or OVERWHELM them, which we all know I could easily do. How would you go about dealing with these "Disney Virgins?" She is open to suggestions, but like I said I'd like to not scare them away!!!

    P.S... I am sooooo excited for them!!
     
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  3. merfsko

    merfsko Mouseketeer

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    I would introduce them to the DISboards... :disrocks:
    That way, you can still help them plan with your incredible knowledge, while they still get a chance to plan stuff for themselves.
    -merfsko
     
  4. tlcintheberry

    tlcintheberry Mouseketeer

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    What a great brother in law. I want one like that!!! Give all the info to her and make her aware. Have lunch together and tell her you would like to give her a few tips about the WDW.
     
  5. byoung

    byoung <font color=coral>You are keeping us alive<br><br>

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    Wish I had that kind or BIL.
     
  6. eblack0409

    eblack0409 DIS Veteran

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    Wish my BIL or SIL was like that!!! That's awesome!
     
  7. jer1997

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    You might want to introduce them to www.tourguidemike.com . The information is broken down nicely and is very user friendly.
     
  8. JillinNC1964

    JillinNC1964 Earning My Ears

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    My cousin went to DW on his honeymoon and also stayed at POFQ.. they didn't do their "homework" and were very disappointed ! This was after years and years of hearing us all talk about our wonderful trips to DW. They pretty much just wandered around the parks for a few days. They found the bus system confusing and just felt really out of it. I hope someday they will go back again... they just felt so overwhelmed and didn't see what was so special about DW.... Jill
     
  9. NJOYURLIFE

    NJOYURLIFE DIS Veteran

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    What an awesome gift....

    It is tough trying to help but not wanting to overwhelm them.

    Definately introduce them to the DIS
     
  10. Camp Rd. Lady

    Camp Rd. Lady Mouseketeer

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    Buy them "THE UNOFFICIAL GUIDE TO WDW". You can get an older copy on half E-bay very inexpensively. The basic information is there and doesn't change much. :surfweb:
     

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