Nobody told me this was here

Discussion in 'DIS Dads' started by mattsdragon, May 12, 2011.

  1. mattsdragon

    mattsdragon <font color=red>DDC #595 <img src=http://photopost

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    Ok, so I just found out about this part of the board.

    I apologize, but I get distracted in the theme park threads generally being non-sensical and sarcastic. But now I'll happily bring my talents to a place where people will probably actually appreciate me.

    So how do DDC members identify themselves at the park??
    I have LGMH's that we wear, and put on our resort door, but is there further identifiers needed to denote membership in this elite (emphasis mine) fraternity.

    Hey, neat, I wasn't able to be in a frat in college, so now I can be.

    Did I ask a question?
     
  2. Turkey Lurkey

    Turkey Lurkey DIS Dad #551 - All Lurkey, All Turkey

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    I would imagine the embarrassed look on our siginificant other's/kids' faces would be signifier enough that you're among DisDads.... :laughing:



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  4. DisDadDoc

    DisDadDoc <font color=red>DDC #403<br><font color=royalblue>

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  5. AJRitz

    AJRitz DIS DAD #420

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    The primary means of identifying DIS Dads in the parks is via the DIS Dads t-shirt:
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    Don is not currently taking orders, as we're working out some "supply chain" kinks - namely some issues with the shirt printer and a billing/delivery system. I suspect that we'll get it worked out so that we can begin clothing our members again soon.
     
  6. twokids0204

    twokids0204 DIS Dad #561

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    Matt, this is here.
     
  7. mattsdragon

    mattsdragon <font color=red>DDC #595 <img src=http://photopost

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    Thanks,
    I shall try to be substantive, however, I am easily distracted by loud noises, shiny objects, and, well, things that most men are easlily distracted by.

    Power tools, I'm referring to power tools.

    (I'm not really referring to power tools. . .SQUIRREL!!!)
     
  8. DisDr.

    DisDr. Caution: Doors Open Automagically Toward You

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    Welcome aboard! Glad to have another Mobilian.
     
  9. mattsdragon

    mattsdragon <font color=red>DDC #595 <img src=http://photopost

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    Well Doc (sorry, not meaning to reference Bugs Bunny), what's your feeling on the closing on the local Disney Store. I just dropped over a hundred there today on the wife and little one.
     
  10. DisDr.

    DisDr. Caution: Doors Open Automagically Toward You

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    I have been disappointed the last few times I went there. But, it was still nice to have. I got an email telling me they are closing and a 15% off coupon. I'll try to make one last visit.
     
  11. Cinderella's Fella

    Cinderella's Fella DIS Dad #215 Maryland, The Land Of Merry!

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    I went to Tilted Kilt for lunch yesterday, the food and service was great. The decorations were Outstanding!
     
  12. afwdwfan

    afwdwfan DIS Dad #460

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    I don't know about you, but it seems that a lot of guys around here are distracted by Jasmine (see post #33 here).
     
  13. Rental01

    Rental01 DIS Dad’s Club Member #366

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    HA! You beat me to it!

    :thumbsup2 <-- thumb!
     
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  14. IamTrike

    IamTrike DIS Veteran

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    Uhhh haven't you seen pictures. I highly recommend all our members remain clothed at all times

    Well played

    You lost me at shiny objects
     
  15. mattsdragon

    mattsdragon <font color=red>DDC #595 <img src=http://photopost

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    Ah yes, the Tilted Kilt, like Hooters, only not so classy. And they have meatloaf on the menu.
     
  16. Turkey Lurkey

    Turkey Lurkey DIS Dad #551 - All Lurkey, All Turkey

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    Ah, Hooters...the "Family" restaurant. The Kilt wins out for me due to the fact that the waitresses don't try to strike up a conversation with you.

    My Hooters Story (and I swear every single bit is true):

    A few years back a friend and I went to Hooters for some wings while we were on a comic book run. At the time, I was rehearsing for a local production of "Twelfth Night" (I had the role of Sir Toby Belch). As we waited for our food, I was describing the show for my buddy. While I was doing this, our waitress came over and sat down with us.

    "What are talking about?" asks the waitress.

    "A play I'm in. 'Twelfth Night', it's by Shakespeare," I replied.

    "Oh." said the waitress. Then, after a beat, and without a trace of irony, "I didn't like reading...it was too hard."




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  17. Cinderella's Fella

    Cinderella's Fella DIS Dad #215 Maryland, The Land Of Merry!

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    I thought Tilted Kilt was classier than Hooters. Better service too.
     
  18. mattsdragon

    mattsdragon <font color=red>DDC #595 <img src=http://photopost

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    Ive only been to the one in San Diego, and we decided that we like it because the waitresses were a little trashier.
     
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  19. RodBelding

    RodBelding DIS Dad #589

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    I don't usually go to Hooters for the class... Might just be me though? :confused3

    jk
     
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  20. mattsdragon

    mattsdragon <font color=red>DDC #595 <img src=http://photopost

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    You're right, the ham and cheese sandwich is AWESOME.
     
  21. Cinderella's Fella

    Cinderella's Fella DIS Dad #215 Maryland, The Land Of Merry!

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    Fitting in just fine, aren't you JK?
     

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