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    Re: Disney Deficit Disorder

    I'm not a CM but from what I've read, they are trained not to point to something with one finger. It's either the first two fingers or the whole hand.
    (Maybe a CM can clarify a little better than I)
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    Re: Disney Deficit Disorder

    Now we have to add watching Lou's daily diary videos to the list!
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    Re: Disney Deficit Disorder

    DDD SUPPORT GROUP
    23 STEP PROGRAM
    1. Listen faithfully to the WDW Radio Show
    2. Use the "Disney point" in regular life
    3. Cook with Disney recipes
    4. Subscribe to Celebrations Magazine
    5. Listen to Disney music!
    6. Dedicate a playlist on your iPod (or mp3 player) to anything related to Disney, especially theme park/attraction music.
    7. Sing Whistle While You Work and Happy Working Song while doing housework/chores
    8. Annoy your friends by randomly singing "It's a Small World" so it gets stuck in their head all day.
    9. Browse WDW Radio every chance you get.
    10. Spend a day watching all your vacation planning DVD & VCR tapes.
    11. Have a Disney picture in every room
    12. Plan a dream Disney vacation on disneyparks.com
    13. Quote the monorail voice when taking the kids to school.
    14. Read all your Disney travel books.
    15. Wear your Mickey/Minnie ears to the supermarket to make the weekly shop more interesting!
    16. listen to the audio guides every time you're in the car.
    17. Wallpaper your office in park maps.
    18. Go to your local ice cream store and buy a dole whip...or just make one yourself!
    19. Institute Wonderful World of Disney night with your family every Sunday night and cook dinner using Disney Recipes.
    20. Eat a dark Chocolate Dove Ice Cream bar with your eyes closed while listening to Disney Park music so you can pretend you are on Main Street.
    21.Make looking for Hidden Mickey's an every day occurrence.
    22. Go ahead and pack a suitcase for your next trip to WDW
    23. Watch Lou's Daily Diary videos!

    Is that complete now?

    Do we add "Repeat as necessary"?

    Or do we have to do a longer list?!
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    Re: Disney Deficit Disorder

    I think the list will continue to grow.
    When you wish upon a star.....
    LAUGHTER IS TIMELESS, IMAGINATION HAS NO AGE AND DREAMS ARE FOREVER.
    Adults are only kids grown up, anyway. WD
    ...That's the real trouble with the world. Too many people grow up. WD
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    Re: Disney Deficit Disorder

    It up to us - we can continue this list or start a part 2 - whatever helps us in our time of Disney Deprivation...
    Here's another thought I had - I made this awhile ago & posted it in a couple of different threads already but thought it could start a new list... or something along the You might be a redneck if... but ours will be "You might be a Disney addict if..."
    Last edited by Tigger0503; 03-25-2009 at 04:02 PM.
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    Re: Disney Deficit Disorder

    That picture is so funny and so very true!
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    Re: Disney Deficit Disorder

    DDD SUPPORT GROUP
    24 STEP PROGRAM
    1. Listen faithfully to the WDW Radio Show
    2. Use the "Disney point" in regular life
    3. Cook with Disney recipes
    4. Subscribe to Celebrations Magazine
    5. Listen to Disney music!
    6. Dedicate a playlist on your iPod (or mp3 player) to anything related to Disney, especially theme park/attraction music.
    7. Sing Whistle While You Work and Happy Working Song while doing housework/chores
    8. Annoy your friends by randomly singing "It's a Small World" so it gets stuck in their head all day.
    9. Browse WDW Radio every chance you get.
    10. Spend a day watching all your vacation planning DVD & VCR tapes.
    11. Have a Disney picture in every room
    12. Plan a dream Disney vacation on disneyparks.com
    13. Quote the monorail voice when taking the kids to school.
    14. Read all your Disney travel books.
    15. Wear your Mickey/Minnie ears to the supermarket to make the weekly shop more interesting!
    16. listen to the audio guides every time you're in the car.
    17. Wallpaper your office in park maps.
    18. Go to your local ice cream store and buy a dole whip...or just make one yourself!
    19. Institute Wonderful World of Disney night with your family every Sunday night and cook dinner using Disney Recipes.
    20. Eat a dark Chocolate Dove Ice Cream bar with your eyes closed while listening to Disney Park music so you can pretend you are on Main Street.
    21.Make looking for Hidden Mickey's an every day occurrence.
    22. Go ahead and pack a suitcase for your next trip to WDW
    23. Watch Lou's Daily Diary videos!
    24. You buy a cork board just to put up all of your WDW postcards.
    Adam ~ A Proud D23 Charter Member!

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    Re: Disney Deficit Disorder

    DDD SUPPORT GROUP
    23 STEP PROGRAM
    1. Listen faithfully to the WDW Radio Show
    2. Use the "Disney point" in regular life
    3. Cook with Disney recipes
    4. Subscribe to Celebrations Magazine
    5. Listen to Disney music!
    6. Dedicate a playlist on your iPod (or mp3 player) to anything related to Disney, especially theme park/attraction music.
    7. Sing Whistle While You Work and Happy Working Song while doing housework/chores
    8. Annoy your friends by randomly singing "It's a Small World" so it gets stuck in their head all day.
    9. Constantly browse WDW Radio every chance you get.
    10. Spend a day watching all your vacation planning DVD & VCR tapes.
    11. Have a Disney picture in everyroom
    12. Download the Resort Tv guide off youtube

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    Re: Disney Deficit Disorder

    Are we going to add to the original list or create a new set of 23?
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    Re: Disney Deficit Disorder

    Let's just add on - try to get to 100...

    DDD SUPPORT GROUP

    Withdrawal Relief Measures
    1. Listen faithfully to the WDW Radio Show
    2. Use the "Disney point" in regular life
    3. Cook with Disney recipes
    4. Subscribe to Celebrations Magazine
    5. Listen to Disney music!
    6. Dedicate a playlist on your iPod (or mp3 player) to anything related to Disney, especially theme park/attraction music.
    7. Sing Whistle While You Work and Happy Working Song while doing housework/chores
    8. Annoy your friends by randomly singing "It's a Small World" so it gets stuck in their head all day.
    9. Browse WDW Radio every chance you get.
    10. Spend a day watching all your vacation planning DVD & VCR tapes.
    11. Have a Disney picture in every room
    12. Plan a dream Disney vacation on disneyparks.com
    13. Quote the monorail voice when taking the kids to school.
    14. Read all your Disney travel books.
    15. Wear your Mickey/Minnie ears to the supermarket to make the weekly shop more interesting!
    16. listen to the audio guides every time you're in the car.
    17. Wallpaper your office in park maps.
    18. Go to your local ice cream store and buy a dole whip...or just make one yourself!
    19. Institute Wonderful World of Disney night with your family every Sunday night and cook dinner using Disney Recipes.
    20. Eat a dark Chocolate Dove Ice Cream bar with your eyes closed while listening to Disney Park music so you can pretend you are on Main Street.
    21.Make looking for Hidden Mickey's an every day occurrence.
    22. Go ahead and pack a suitcase for your next trip to WDW
    23. Watch Lou's Daily Diary videos!
    24. You buy a cork board just to put up all of your WDW postcards.
    25.
    26.
    27.
    28.
    29.
    30.
    31.
    32.
    33.
    .......to Infinity & Beyond..........
    Last edited by Tigger0503; 04-06-2009 at 06:54 PM.
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    Re: Disney Deficit Disorder

    How about searching your DVR/ TiVo/ TV Guide for any upcoming shows that have the words Disney World in the description! There are so many great Disney specials on the Travel Channel! Also you can try looking for all the sitcoms that did tapings in Disney World like Full House, Roseanne, Step by Step, Sabrina the Teenage Witch, and George Lopez.

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