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    Question Single adults: Who knows you're a Disney fanatic?

    As a 20-something Disney fanatic, I find it difficult to let others know of my secret love for Disney. Many times when my love is discovered, I get weird looks and reactions, that cause me to be shy about sharing my passion. Do others feel the same way?





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    Dude I'm 40, not single, but we all get those looks. As I've gotten older I could care less what other people think. If that's the worst thing that people can find wrong with me, I'm ok with that.
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    I often point out to my friends who pronounce it odd that the wife and I go every year, that many men paint themselves colors and sit in cold stadiums for football games and that is so normal?
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    come work at disney. there are TONS of 20-30 year old singles who LOVE disney who are looking for dates, girlfriends, boyfriends, wives, the next divorcee, etc.

    But I never hid my Disney passion. I'm 22. I'm a disney addict. Deal with it.
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    Nope Im 35 and everybody thinks it's so cool because they think Im an expert about everything Disney




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    Bah, I was flipping through the topics too quickly, didn't see that "single adults" line the first time around.

    Eh, subtract one from the "My Family" option, sorry about that.
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    I'm a 20 something too, and I am addicted to Disney, and now more that I have found this Disney fanatic forum! Wow! This thing is addictive, too. LOL!!!
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    I am 33 & single....I am recruited by my friends and coworkers to "plan"their disney trips! My staff even surprised me with a special Minnie Mouse cake on my birthday!

    My sister, her best friend and her twin and I are going for our annual girls weekend in september! We put on our ears and run around the parks!

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