Hard to tell. I would like to sign up as a test subject if they ever decide to conduct a "scientific" study.
If you could stay as long as you wanted, how long could you go without getting bored, or not, at WDW?
If I could resort hop every couple of weeks or so, I'm sure I could go very long without getting bored. There's just too much to do and experience. I couldn't even see getting bored.
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I don't think I could imagine being at WDW and getting bored. I would also like to volunteer if they decide to conduct a study.
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Not sure I would hit that point, there's just so much to see at all their resorts and parks.
I don't see getting bored at WDW, is that possible?
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I asked my 12 year old son this question, and he said he could stay forever. I agree with him, and if they use this for the sign up list, add at least three more for research subjects, as I amcertain my oldest daughter would at least sign up. She really wants to do the college program.
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It would really matter the money situation. I mean, if money is no option, then I would be willing to try more things.
In '91 we stayed 10 days and that was all right. We got done what we wanted as many times as we wanted and got to rest also. Another thing that would be different now is the fact I have kids and some of them don't want to do what the others did. So frustration would set in.
I guess I am saying with unlimited money and help to take the kids to what they want and what I want, I would have to think that maybe 3 weeks would be what I would want/need before getting bored. I need to look for grant money to try this research!
I would get bored after 6 months because you can only ride the rides so much and look at each place some many times.
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This is a hard question. I don't "run out of gas" per-sey, I just start to miss my 2 dogs and being able to sleep in my own bed.
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After a 3 week stay at The beach Club, I was still not bored: Once home I thought of things I could/should have done!
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Guilt would get to me long before boredom would ever show its face. At the risk of sounding like the G.I. Jerk that I am, I've been known to get bouts of mild unrest in just a matter of a day or two when I'm at my favorite place in the world; reflecting on the state of things out there while I'm busy having the time of my life (in the queue or over a Dole Whip in some nook of Adventureland, one's got plenty of time to do that sort of thing).
Get the planet to settle down and make everyone place nice, and I'd be more than willing to find out just how much magic one boy can handle at a go. In the interest of science.
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I don't think I could get bored. I love Disney. I don't understand how you could get bored really. Now my hubby on the other hand don't think they could live there for ever. I told my hubby I wouldn't mind retiring & working in the parks. My daughter would probably be ok as she loves Disney like her mom.
If money wasn't an issue, I don't think I could ever get bored of WDW. I think you could spend months/years just looking for hidden Mickey's. DF and I would like to sign up for the test study as well!
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