Singles(& ex-singles who refuse to leave)Social Club: Amazingly, It's still 5o'clock!

Discussion in 'Disney for Adults and Solo Travelers' started by DCTooTall, Oct 25, 2012.

  1. Renacuajo

    Renacuajo Earning My Ears

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    Hey now, being single isn't terrible. Plus, you're better off single than one of those girls that complain that their boyfriends hate going to WDW. I roll my eyes every time I hear that. Not much easier for us guys, unfortunately.
     
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  3. DMass

    DMass DIS Veteran

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    No, being single isn't terrible, but don't give up trying to find someone. :thumbsup2
     
  4. ctnurse

    ctnurse DIS Veteran

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    It is so great to see new people posting! Welcome to everyone. :wave2:
     
  5. ashmarie06

    ashmarie06 DIS Veteran

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    It's not terrible... But it's not ideal. I hope I find someone one day. I'm not in a rush, persay, :)
     
  6. ILGoofy

    ILGoofy Mouseketeer

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    New here, and I just read all 25 pages to catch up. Is there an award for that? :flower3:

    I'm early thirties, but when it comes to Disney, I'm closer to 10 years old. Anybody going in September?
     
  7. Offsides

    Offsides I enjoy being a girl

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    I got sent home from my clinical today (nursing school, oh the joys!) because apparently I have the plague. Blah. Not to mention I have a test tomorrow and a test Thursday. Not stressed at all. Nope! :faint:
     
  8. brandi24

    brandi24 Earning My Ears

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    agreed!!!
     
  9. brandi24

    brandi24 Earning My Ears

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    im new to this disboard and its always good to meet people who share disney as an interest. so Hi!!
     
  10. brandi24

    brandi24 Earning My Ears

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    Hi im new and from Michigan and would love to meet some new friends who share a love for disney! I have a facebook to PM to whoever.
     
  11. jagfanjosh3252

    jagfanjosh3252 #1 fan of the Jacksonville Jaguars

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    Losing my job back in November put me back a few months. But. I made it my goal to be living I'm Orlando by the first day of Food and Wine Festival this year.
     
  12. taramoz

    taramoz DIS Veteran

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    I knew you could do it, congrats!

    And welcome to all the new people! Good to see new people posting in here!
     
  13. TweedleMe

    TweedleMe DCP Fall 2013

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    Just to get some discussion going...

    What would your ideal Disney date be?

    Mine would be early dinner at 'Ohana then get Dole Whip (I'm obsessed) at Captain Cook's and eat it on the beach at Polynesian and watch the fireworks.

    Ohana is my favorite restaurant and Polynesian is my favorite resort, oh and dole whip is my favorite disney food lol...best date ever
     
  14. ashmarie06

    ashmarie06 DIS Veteran

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    Love!
     
  15. KaylaSue22

    KaylaSue22 Earning My Ears

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    I was just asked this the other day and honestly I had almost your exact answer!!! I added spending the day in a park but besides that you got it just right! Also if still having fun and not tired heading to boardwalk to Atlantic dance hall or jellyrolls sounds good to me!
     
  16. nurse.darcy

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    I am 51, been married a couple times and have finally found the love of my life. Don't rush it. Love happens at the strangest times. . .lol. Also, my guy likes Disney. . .and puts up with my total obsession. . .lol.
     
  17. jagfanjosh3252

    jagfanjosh3252 #1 fan of the Jacksonville Jaguars

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    Darcy. You hit a 5 instead of 4 when you put you age. Just wanted to let you know
     
  18. Brocktoon

    Brocktoon 21st Century Schizoid Man

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    Over the years seeing all WDW has to offer, it's hard to pick one ideal plan. I like options:

    1) Yachtsman, then boardwalk onto Jellyrolls

    2) Epcot Plan - Start with drinks and food at Tutto Gusto. Snack around WS. End up at La Cava del Tequila followed by Illuminations

    3) Around Halloween/Christmas: Dinner at Artist Point. Ft Wilderness carriage ride to check out holiday decorations. Head over to Poly for Lapu Lapu's on beach for Wishes

    Temp was 9F outside my house this morning ... definately starting to think about a warmer weather vacation for Food&Wine Fest this year
     
  19. goofyfigment

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    All depends on the "type" of date.

    1. Day date. Would be a day at Epcot riding the rides, lunch and drinks at WS and watching illuminations.

    2. Night date. Dinner at yachtsman following by jellyrolls. If there is a big game on we could go to ESPN instead ( yes im female and understand the importance of sports).
     
  20. DefLepard

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    I'll join in this topic

    1) Have a nice afternoon in the outdoor jacuzzi & pool of your Bay Lake Resort, and then view the Electrical Water Pageant from the beach or dock with a drink to toast the day

    2) Play the carnival games at the Boardwalk then head to Atlantic Dance Hall

    3) I also love to stay at the Port Orleans, so being together on the boat ride between the Port Orleans Resort & Downtown Disney on the Sassagoula River at night is a very nice date night experience
     
  21. DIS_MERI

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    Just got home from taking 4 girls to see Disney on Ice :)

    Was a fun show and a nice Disney fix; the girls all loved it. DD16 is going to be quite the ally in getting DH to do Disney stuff, the whole outing was her idea :)



    As far as the whole dating thing goes, it really is true that you never know when you will find someone. I used to dog POF, but then I used it anyway, lol. And there was this guy from POF that I mentioned on here (or, a previous version of this thread) that I was supposed to go out with, but was thinking about canceling because I thought he was telling me what I wanted to hear....well, apparently he did a good job because we got married last month :) The important thing, I think, is to figure out what is really important to you and find someone looking for close to the same thing. I'm 37, and was single for 4 years because I wanted to find my Mr. Right, and not just Mr. Right Now. I would have waited longer, if needed, to make sure I found someone who was right for me :)
     

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