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Is Disney like cocaine?

FettFan

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Totally.
 

Big Phil

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always chasing that first "high"? does it get better on subsequent visits or are well all fooling ourselves while the prices are raised to fill our need to capture that first rush?

It never gets worse with age. I went at 10, last went at 38. Still love it, probably more now because there is more freedom to roam around the resort as an adult. You miss it, and I think that's a good thing because we all work hard and deserve to strive to go somewhere that our families can enjoy.
 

Jrb1979

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My high comes from the high thrilling rides. Wish the Mouse had more. One of my favorite coasters is at Cedar Point. Its 400 ft high and goes 120 mph in 3 seconds.
 

Giss Neric

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My high comes from the high thrilling rides. Wish the Mouse had more. One of my favorite coasters is at Cedar Point. Its 400 ft high and goes 120 mph in 3 seconds.
Top Thrill Dragster? It's like high for 15 seconds. Steel Vengeance would get you high longer.
 

Jrb1979

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Top Thrill Dragster? It's like high for 15 seconds. Steel Vengeance would get you high longer.
I agree. Steel Vengeance is my favorite coaster and I think it's the best coaster in the world at the moment. Wish the Mouse would invest in rides like that.
 

Giss Neric

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I agree. Steel Vengeance is my favorite coaster and I think it's the best coaster in the world at the moment. Wish the Mouse would invest in rides like that.
They can't cause Disney prides themselves on immersion. Having big tall giant rollercoasters will ruin immersion and sight lines. Ever wonder why they make rollercoaster indoors, put it inside Mt. Everest, build large fences to hide Slinky Dog etc. Dollywood is a theme park that is comparable to Disney but then you see roller coaster tracks everywhere.
 

ELG13

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I couldn't even tell you why we are so addicted to it anymore. It's not one specific thing it's just DISNEY. But when we leave.....talk about withdrawals.
 

TotallyBiased

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The wife and I talk about going other places for vacation. We want to hit the islands, Ireland, Rome, etc, but we seem to always end up back at Disney. So... sorta...
 

ELG13

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The wife and I talk about going other places for vacation. We want to hit the islands, Ireland, Rome, etc, but we seem to always end up back at Disney. So... sorta...
Same here. We actually live in a popular tourist destination. We looked into getting a becah house for a week (like we do the cabins at Disney). And after factoring in everything it's still cheaper to go to Disney for a week.
 

MisterPenguin

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Premium Member
Disney is like oxygen. You get too much you get too high. Not enough and you're gonna die. Disney makes you high.
 

Demarke

Have I told you lately that I 👍 you?
Premium Member
It starts with one little spark at the original two parks
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Then you see what the cool kids are doing with the slightly more intense attractions at HS and AK
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Soon, just the parks aren’t enough, you feel the need to cupcake “party”
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Then it’s joining Tables in Wonderland for the special mushrooms
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Soon, that’s not enough and you experiment with more things to puff and Passholder
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So, now you’re going far more than you can afford, but the challenge is gone, what’s left? The Parkeology Challenge (aka Speed)
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Then, if you still have any money left, you spend it all on the Vacation Club
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But that’s not something you can do all the time, you need a quick fix every day for your Disney habit, so you join the forums
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And there you have it, it’s a vicious cycle!
 

The Colonel

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Well I never emptied an ATM at 3am for Disney. Never got a nosebleed for Disney. And I never had to drink a six pack and take a Xanax after Disney to sleep. So I say no.
 

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