"My boyfriend has never been to any Disney park (or any theme park in general). I’d love to take him, but I’m afraid he’ll ruin it. He’s easily annoyed, to the point where he’s demanded I take him home after an hour’s worth of a three-day event. I really love my Disney experiences and I want to share one with him, but I’m just so afraid he’ll bring us both down because of something we can’t control."
"I’m going to Disneyworld with my family in November, and I want it to be the most magical moment of my autistic brother’s life. He’s really excited about it, but I’m afraid he’ll get sensory overload at the parks and throw a temper tantrum."
"I’m scared when I’m older I might not earn enough money to take my kids to disney"
"If I can’t go to Disney for my 18th birthday I don’t know what I’ll do. It’s my last chance to become a princess, even if it’s for a day."
"One of my friends is going to Walt Disney World this summer, and she won’t stop complaining because she’d rather go to Disneyland. It makes me extremely angry because she knows I’ve never been, and I feel like she should just be grateful because she gets to go to a park at all."
"My favorite part of disney is the nostalgia that it brings. These movies that I watched as a child make me so emotional because I can relate to wanting to fulfill your dreams and wishing and having it pay off. For the last 3 years I wished every night to go back to disney world and I got to go this spring break. It shows that wishing on a star pays off."
"I went to WDW in December. Of course, it was busy, in the holiday time. When in line to see Ariel, my favorite, mom was super crabby and rude. When I saw Ariel herself, I was on the verge of tears. But she made me laugh a whole lot, that made it a bit better. My mom and I are still cool, but it sorta makes me sad she messed up part of the day. We won’t go back for at least 6 years now"
"I went to Disney World for the first time this summer and found Magic Kingdom to be very disappointing. I kept comparing everything to Disneyland and it just didn’t live up"
"Ever since me and my family went to Disney World about 5-7 years ago, everyday when my mom drops me off at school she says "have a magical day!" Like the workers do at the parks. It makes me smile every time"
"The first time I went to Disney it wasn’t the best. My group never went where I wanted to go, got frustrated when I stopped to take pictures, and on top of it, ditched me and another friend when we waited for another group member. Worse still, she expected me to pity her when her girlfriend wouldn’t talk to her. Whenever I get anxious or sad, I always think about going back to Disney World and getting to go where I want and taking all the photos I want. I want to make my own happy memories"