Thats hilarious, I'm going to have to remember that next time I cross a state line. I'll need to have a box packed with those waiting and ready.
Fun is a state of mind; you can't make Disneyland more fun, you can only make yourself more fun. Part of the appeal of Disneyland is the randomness and spontaneity, the sense of discovery or unexpecteness, suddenly the Dapper Dans may appear out of nowhere and put on a short show, you may see a character you've never seen before, you might discover a shop you didn't know was there - as a kid I was fascinated by the glass blowing shop in New Orleans Square. Part of the fun is just people-watching too. Go to a show you've never been to and think you might not even like, or sit still somewhere and just watch the world go by. The central plaza used to be the best place for that when there was a lot of shade there. Go with kids or with someone who has never been there before. Dave and Christy's trip is a great example of going with a first-timer at this page: Davelandblog
if people/time/money/circumstances allow, take someone who's never been to the park.
even if i've ridden a ride or watched a show billions of times, experiencing it with someone who has that look of amazement in their eyes and lets out genuine "ooh"s and "ahh"s makes the experience feel as if it's your first time too.