16 Signs You're Shamelessly Addicted to Disney World
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16 Signs You're Shamelessly Addicted to Disney World

I mean, It Is The Happiest Place on Earth.

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16 Signs You're Shamelessly Addicted to Disney World
Helen Dore

Living in Florida has some perks. One — it's never too cold, and then there's Disney World. Having been an annual pass holder for three years now, I can say that, yes, I am addicted to Disney World. And, screw it, I'm proud.. And I'm not the only one. Disney addiction is an all-too-real thing, and it's wonderful.

Here are 16 ways you know you're a (proud) Disney fanatic.


1. You can navigate around all four parks without a map.

Consistently going to Disney for three years can do that to you.

2. You know every single Disney song.

Being addicted to Disney means you got to know the songs, especially the ones on the rides.

3. You never get tired of seeing the fireworks and the parade.

But this also means that this is the best time for rides like the Seven Dwarf Mine Train, Space Mountain, Soarin', Test Track, Rock 'n' Rollercoaster, Toy Story Midway Mania, and Expedition Everest.

4. You know the shortest line for each ride.

In the morning, I usually have fast passes for the big rides with the longest times, and after lunch, I usually go on the rides that have about a 45-minute wait time or less.

5. You have too much fun planning for your Disney trip. Even if it is for other people.

6. Meeting Mickey Mouse never gets old.

Actually, meeting any characters never gets old.

7. You have at least one autograph book filled.

8. You know the best way to avoid crowds.

9. You know where the nicest bathrooms are.

10. You get upset when someone confused Disney World and Disneyland.

There's a difference guys.

11. You reserve certain rides for naps and rest time.

It's been a long, hot day. Therefore, you go to PeopleMover, Carousel of Progress, Haunted Mansion, Spaceship Earth, Gran Fiesta Tour Starring The Three Caballeros, and Beauty and the Beast Live on Stage.

12. You have a favorite park snack.

Can we just talk about the turkey legs?! Love them.

13. You love seeing people experience the magic of Disney World for the first time.

14. You are okay with being at the parks while it's raining because you know it will be less crowded.

15. You have celebrated at least one holiday at Disney World.

We have gone to Disney during Easter several times, Labor Day, Halloween, Christmas several times.

16. When you are not at Disney World, you are thinking about the next time you will be.

No matter how many times you visit, Walt Disney World will always be "The Most Magical Place On Earth" to you.

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