Discussion in 'Teen Disney' started by soccercruiser87, Jul 10, 2008.
ill be back at WDW CHRISTMAS WEEK, HAVE FL AP SHOULD GO MORE
Hey guys, I'm Invadersam, I'm a big movie geek, and I love disney, call me J.J (my fav friday the 13th character) if you want
Hi everyone! Are there any teen groups by cruise date? How can I meet other teens before the cruise?
Hey! I'm Mike and I love Disney so much and I get to go in 45 days for a band trip- first time without my family! I'm so excited!
Hey!!! I'm Caroline and I've been here on and off for quite a while but I just made an account today. I really don't know how any of this stuff works, so any help is very much appreciated.
hi welcome to disboards
I'm a HUGE Disney fan. I've pretty much been to Disney since I popped out of the womb! My mom has been going to Walt Disney World since it opened, which makes it a million times more special. Consequently, I just love EVERYTHING Disney!
When they say Disney is a magical place, many people my age (teenagers) tell me it's full of fake magic for little kids who believe in that kind of stuff...and man does that make me mad!!!
Disney IS a magical place! Let's not focus on what's for "kids" and what isn't, because that ruins the fun. The whole point of Disney, to me, is bringing out the "kid" in you! Now, that doesn't mean you have to have the mindset of Peter Pan; not at all! We all still have our young adult responsibilities that, no matter what we still have to at least ACKNOWLEDGE while on vacation, (such as school, part-time jobs, etc.) and unfortunately we can't just be a kid again, its not physically possible. Disney however, gives us the chance to at least bring child-like characteristics into our everyday lives. What do I mean by this? Well, let me ask you this. When you're watching the fireworks, don't you get this HUGE sense of optimism? First you are reminded of what your version of a "happily ever after" looks like, whatever that may be (a Prince Charming perhaps?), and then you are shown classic Disney films and songs in which the underdog protagonist, such as Quasimodo, reaches theirs. As a result, you really do believe that your "happily ever after" is out there, and that feeling just can't be described in words, you just have to experience it. This is the overall feeling you have as soon as you step onto the Walt Disney World property; you are suddenly living in a world where anything is possible, and a pessimist's optimism skyrockets. That right there is what I like to call Disney magic.
Thanks for reading! I'm really excited, this is my first post on the DIS boards. I'm such a big fan of them!
Hi Im Jada
I want to go back to Disneyworld but my family hates it.
Newbie here. feeling excited to be here.
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