Autograph Books - How old is too old?

Luke v

Jul 11, 2015
At 17 and 18, we couldn't resist getting a few sigs when my girlfriend and I went to WDW for the first time, and we saw many adults doing the same
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  • Pearlgem

    DIS Veteran
    Dec 27, 2014
    This is so true. I have seen many adults(Men & Women) without children while I wait in lines to greet Characters. Most of them posed for pictures and got autographs.
    I haven't seen adults do it but I don't think it's weird or anything.

    Maple Leaf

    Earning My Ears
    Jan 29, 2016
    My family has recently been talking about going to WDW again and I was watching some old vids and I had just seen Tangled and I mentioned that I really wanted Flynn Rider and Rapunzles autographs and my mother shot me down right away. I also have younger sisters, and she said that autographs are for kids. I'm 16 and I don't like being called a kid, but Disney autographs are part of the magic and I would be sooo sad not to get them. I feel like there isn't an age limit on happiness and therefore no age limit on meet and greets and autographs.:cheer2:
    Good for you. You are right. Age is not a number, it is how you feel. Stay young as long as you can.

    Lumpy Dumpity

    Lumpy Dumpity Dee
    Feb 19, 2016
    Many of times I have been in autograph lines with adults and I don't think nothing of it. I actually love seeing adults acting young at heart at Disney.
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