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  1. wdwgirl4ever

    wdwgirl4ever Future Disney CP

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    Hello procrastination, nice to see you again...
     
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  3. Orreed

    Orreed Olivia

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    Those sound like great ADR's. Good luck! Different people have different touring plans, and that's OK :) I heard taking Spanish doesn't help much, but I hope it does. There's a lot of Spanish speakers in Texas. I'd love to understand them. It's cool when I recognize some words.
     
  4. wdwgirl4ever

    wdwgirl4ever Future Disney CP

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    No school today due to flooding. It's such a pretty day outside.....glad they let us out, flooding or not!
     
  5. Cinderella8

    Cinderella8 Don't question my nerdy logic

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    Lucky! School was endless and boring...
     
  6. soccer_mickey

    soccer_mickey Mouseketeer

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    ADR's are so exciting!! We made ours a while back for our June trip! Have you decided on on all of your meals yet?

    I'm not entirely sure about this, but I think that when you say something clever or funny, the tag fairy will put it between your name and picture on the left. Sometimes it moves. Who the tag fairy is, I think is a mystery. There's probably multiple. I have no idea.

    Lucky! Opposite for us, there was a torrential downpour all day and we sat in class.
     
  7. Cinderella8

    Cinderella8 Don't question my nerdy logic

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    Ahh! Okie... Come tag fairy!!! :rotfl::rotfl:
     
  8. wdwgirl4ever

    wdwgirl4ever Future Disney CP

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    That's how it would've been for me. Either way I did work today. I had to clean and wash clothes.. :headache:

    It rained again here. But yesterday, we had like a half an hour full of hail that turned into water, and then it rained all night, so we got out. I need another day off though. :rolleyes2
     
  9. rachelmarisa

    rachelmarisa chase the morning, yield for nothing

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    "Flynn Rider es mi novio secreto." :rotfl:
    Haha I'm not even fluent! That's the sad part. You're lucky you live in the UK where it's so much easier to be multilingual.
    The reason was "We don't want you to go." So :confused3
     
  10. meggiebeth

    meggiebeth Have faith in your dreams and someday your rainbow

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    Hello! Welcome! I'm meg, nice to meet you. I see you're a fan of Minnie Mouse- you have great taste! ;)

    Thanks! If you live in Texas then I guess Spanish is pretty helpful- normally they speak so fast I can barely understand them!

    Same for me... Although I finish school in a few weeks- about a month early- and then start sixth form. So I'm looking forward to having a long summer holiday. But dreading the exams coming up... :)

    What ADRs have you made? Exciting, right?! Well, we plan to eat at a lot of places but some of them are; CRT, Chef Mickey's, Akershus, Be Our Guest, Le Cellier, HDDR, Whispering Canyon Cafe, Via Napoli, etc. :)

    I've never heard of a school here closing because of torrential downpour or floods. Ours close because of snow but not much else. Sucks because we get so much rain- I get so sick of it! :)

    Non, c'est impossible! Flynn rider est le petit-ami de MOI! ;)

    You should become more fluent some day. I would love to be able to converse with French people. As a country, were terrible at languages. Most people only speak English. In the rest of Europe it is common for people to speak three or four languages, often fluently. Embarrassing, right?! :) well, I guess that's not a very constructive reason to stop you :( Maybe they might miss you should you go.

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  11. soccer_mickey

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    Well, we decided not to get the dining plan this time, so we only made them at 3 places: Le Cellier, Coral Reef, and Sanaa. My parent picked two and my brother I got to pick one. I really wanted to try Be Our Guest, but my brother didn't, so we compromised with Coral Reef. Wow!! Those all sound wonderful!! I've only tried 3 on your list, but hopefully will get all of them one day. I love Disney food so much! And the atmospheres at each restaurant!

    I've only ever had school closed for snow, too. Or even the threat of snow. They're really cautious here because of a huge disaster in like 2004. So a lot of the times, they close it, then it doesn't snow, and we just get to miss school!!!
     
  12. soccer_mickey

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    What is a good breakfast that you don't have to go into a park for? We don't have tickets for the day we leave, but want a nice breakfast. And Chef Mickeys' out because my dad doesn't like character meals :sad2:
     
  13. meggiebeth

    meggiebeth Have faith in your dreams and someday your rainbow

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    We almost went to Sanaa last trip but my parents cancelled due to being too full. I'd love to hear how it goes. We have Le Cellier in common! Yay! I really wanted to try the cheddar cheese soup until I discovered it had bacon in it- ew! We were contemplating Coral Reef but heard such bad things about it we likely won't go there either sadly. Your trip is coming up- you must be so excited!

    Everyone always goes on about how expensive Disney TS restaurants are, but they are often cheaper than local chain restaurants here! Grrr. They are just amazing.

    I've never heard of the huge disaster in 2004. I guess I was only 8 at the time- but now I'm intrigued! We have had such bad snow here recently but not enough to be a disaster. I don't like snow much unless it means no school. People at my school are horrible with the snow too, so I don't like it. Haha ;)

    Oh no, that sucks you can't go to character breakfasts! We have tried Boma and Grand Floridian Cafe for breakfast- we enjoyed Boma but the food wasn't too exceptional and we don't like AKL too much. GFC is amazing and pretty affordable with entrees of about $10. We love the atmosphere. There's also Kona, which I haven't tried, but everyone goes on about the tonga toast! And also Olivia's serves some cute dishes at OKW although I haven't been there. If your dad doesn't mind the antics at Whispering Canyon Cafe then breakfast there could be pretty fun too! Where are you staying? It would probably be nice to stay near your resort to eat.

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  14. rachelmarisa

    rachelmarisa chase the morning, yield for nothing

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    Hahaha aww I guess we're gonna have to share him :rolleyes1

    But yeah I mean that's interesting to hear since most Americans assume most Europeans are bilingual! Thank you for reducing my international ignorance! :rotfl2:

    Nahh they wouldn't miss me haha. Who knows, I'm over it now. Now I'm more focused on getting into a musical theatre camp this summer!
     
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    I'm super excited, but I have finals in the way. :( But it kinda helps, having something to look forward to after the finals.

    Coral Reef gets a bad rap, but we've never had a bad experience there. Plus, the fish tank is so amazing! I think we go for the experience more so than the food anyway.

    Oh, just realized I exaggerated the disaster a bit too much. It was just a local disaster, really just for my county. Snow was expected, but the school system was just like "it doesn't look to bad, let's send them to school" Great idea, school system, great idea.:rolleyes2 It snowed a ton. And everyone was trapped at school/work. Lots of kids had to spend the night at school. I live close enough to school that I didn't, though. The whole county was gridlocked. My dad tried to get home, and a 20 minute drive took him 8 hours! We could have been almost to Disney in that time! A school bus crashed in front of our house. Like 7 random kids were trapped at our house all night! It was pretty crazy. Anyways, now if there's any sign of snow at all, they cancel school.

    Thanks for all the advice on restaurants! Whispering Canyon Cafe and Kona both sound great! We usually just grab and go for breakfast, so I've never had to think about it before.
     
  16. triplemm

    triplemm Earning My Ears

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    heyyy everyone!! I'm a 16 (17 in 10 days) year old girl from Canada 'n i looove disney
    I'm new on DISboards and i really need to get to 10 posts because there are some people i need to PM ahaha
    anyways have a great day yall :)
     
  17. Orreed

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    :welcome:
    And happy early birthday.

    -- Olivia
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  18. rachelmarisa

    rachelmarisa chase the morning, yield for nothing

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    Greeting!! I love Canada - the country and the pavilion! :lmao:
     
  19. wdwgirl4ever

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    Lean on me when you're not strong, and I'll be your friend; I'll help you carry on. <3
     
  20. meggiebeth

    meggiebeth Have faith in your dreams and someday your rainbow

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    I thought I was the only one who loved Flynn ;)

    Haha that is funny considering us Brits often don't really think of ourselves as part of Europe, and certainly not European! We think of Europeans as being glamorous lol. But then I think of Americans as glamorous too- hehe. Possibly ignorant- I'm sure you aren't all movie stars ;)

    Omg you go to summer camp that is awesome! I've never been to one- we don't really have them here. I didn't know you were musical or theatrical! :)

    We are in the same boat- I have important exams coming up too that determine whether I can stay in school. Bleh. First one is on Monday and I have them for the next six weeks! Good luck to you- sure you will do great.

    Reminded me- quick question- can you leave school at sixteen or is it always eighteen? Always wondered that.

    My brother Rory wants to go to coral reef for the same reason as you...! He's eight and very much in awe of the fish tanks! I hate fish though. I'm so fussy.

    I don't think that was an exaggeration- that sounds like a terrible disaster! I have never heard of something like that happening before. And to have some school kids stuck at your house all night must have been scary for them...! I would hate to spend the night at school. I can't blame your county for being so cautious now!

    You should try out some TS breakfasts. They are so much nicer than a quick 'grab n' go' or whatever. Sometimes we just get a bagel or pastry or whatever from the CS place and rush of to the parks and other times we like to relax, plus I can't pass up Mickey waffles- please say you've tried them! :)

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  21. meggiebeth

    meggiebeth Have faith in your dreams and someday your rainbow

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    It's a harsh reality when you fit age 8-9 year clothes and you're sixteen years old- almost seventeen. I'm 5"- not that tiny! Are any of you guys small?

    Weird because some brands I fit age 12, some age 14 and some age 9 or 10. But age 8 was a shocking reality lol as my brother is eight and I am double that age!

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