What Your 6 Favorite Disney Experiences Say About You
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What Your 6 Favorite Disney Experiences Say About You

Do you prefer to hang out with Winnie-the-Pooh or ride Space Mountain?

What Your 6 Favorite Disney Experiences Say About You
Sierra Weight

I went to Disney this week, so I am a certified expert on all things Disney now. Here’s what your favorite Disney character says about your personality!

1. Meeting the characters

If this is your favorite part your probably a very sweet person, but you're also probably scared of roller coasters. Don't get me wrong! I love meeting the characters (see below) but if this is your favorite part I'm pretty sure that just means your scared of big rides.

2. Fireworks

You know how to save the best for last! The fireworks don't begin until the evening, so if you've been there all day then you know how to keep your eye on the prize, which is fireworks in this case. The Magic Kingdom fireworks are spectacular, especially in combination with the light show on the castle, which means you know how to make people light up with joy.

3. Shopping

You probably already know that you must be a shopaholic, but you also might just like cute stores. The confectionary in Magic Kingdom on Main Street USA is one of the most adorable shops to have ever existed...and also it's filled to the ceilings with candy. The best feature of Disney shopping? Mickey Mouse ears.

4. Eating

You are without a doubt the adventurous type. Epcot is literally a world full of food for your enjoyment so that is probably your favorite part. Magic kingdom is home to those famous Dole pineapple desserts and turkey legs, so no matter where you are in Disney, you'll be able to enjoy yourself. (Pro tip: even though the food in Disney literally makes your dreams come true, it can also empty out your wallet. If you're going to be there all day, at least pack a peanut butter and jelly sandwich for lunch so you can afford to get home.)

5. Rides

The rides can suit people of all ages, but if the rides are your favorite part then you probably are a child at heart. The new "Snow White and the Seven Dwarves" ride is amazing for people who love classic Disney princesses and roller coasters. "Space Mountain" is a ride for people who like their roller coasters with a side of fear and blindness. "Winnie the Pooh" is meant for people who like sweet stories about honey, and the "Teacups" are meant for people who like to get dizzy. So if these are your favorite, you're probably lovable and easy to get along with because of your various tastes.

6. Taking pictures

If this is your favorite part, then you're definitely the friend with the camera. You value recording the memories to look back on over being in every photo. If you're the friend with the camera, please make sure to hand off your camera at least a couple times so you can being in some of your own memories.

This spring break taught me a lot about different types of people and how their preferences in Disney exacerbate certain personality traits. If you're an eating type person you should go to Disney with a photography type person because you'll get some awesome food pics! If you like the rides you should go with a fireworks person because you know your personalities will mesh. But no matter who you go with, you can make it a memorable experience! After all, Disney is where dreams come true.

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