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11 Ways to Tell You’re a Walt Disney World Fan

Not everyone on Earth is in love with Disney World like you are. In fact, they see Disney World fandom as an affliction, and they’re annoyed when they see a pandemic of it. But you, the Disney World superfan, can’t understand why anyone would turn up his nose at the chance to be in the parks. Your mind simply cannot process that scenario. And to you, being star struck by all things Disney is certainly no affliction, but rather the antidote for all that’s negative and wrong in the world. Merely visiting the parks here and there doesn’t make you a fan. No, it’s more than that. In fact, there are many characteristics, habits and preferences that make a Walt Disney World fan. Are you a fan? And to what extent?

Here are eleven ways to tell that you’re a fan—and perhaps a superfan—of the most wonderful and magical place on Earth. How many of the following traits and habits do you have?


About Becky Burkett

I'm an enthusiastic writer who finds joy in random things like cold weather, snow, "I Love Lucy," "The Andy Griffith Show," journals full of blank paper, countdowns to Christmas, the month of December, "Toy Story," "Sleeping Beauty," my 4 kids, my 4 shih tsus, Disney Parks history, Imagineering and visiting the parks. I think Walt Disney is the standard against which genius should be measured. I love to write about Disney Parks, Disney history, all things Imagineering and PIXAR. I adore the colors, story and art direction of Disney's "Sleeping Beauty" (Team Make it Blue!), and "Toy Story" is life (minus "Toy Story 4"). I believe Walt Disney was so much more than an entertainment and theme park tycoon; I believe he was a savant with a vision for life and how it could be if happiness and kindness are strived for. I love Biergarten at EPCOT and 1900 Park Fare at Disney's Grand Floridian. You can find me croonin' with the birdies at the Enchanted Tiki Room, chillin' on the PeopleMover or hangin' with Woody and the gang at Toy Story Land. I'm always looking for Imagineers in the parks, and I'd rather meet Joe Rohde and Tony Baxter than anyone in Hollywood! Hey, if you dream it, you really can do it!