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    Make sure they spend lots of money on you, since your not going, Disneyana Store or the Crystal Palace is a good place to start! White Belgium Hot Chocolate in a can is a nice throw in also!
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    Golden Mouse Ears and watch and some sort of sweet treat, hey they owe you big time right??



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    Definetly the Golden Mouse Ears.....we all have to have those!
    Mom, remember, it's not what a person is like on the outside that counts,
    it's what they are like in their HEART!


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    If they have a camcorder they could record all the rides they go on

    Golden mouse ears would also be really cool


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    One of my favorite cheaper souvineers is the diecast ride vehicles toys, they are around $8 and they have quite a few rides styles... some of them are Disneyland only as well. My wall is covered in them LOL, they are great to hang on the wall in their original packages.

    Dont forget a wall size park map, they still carry them but are harder to find... you could put yer folks through some "almost" deserved turmoil trying to locate one, but I will tell you where to get them; the newstands up by the front entrance almost always carry them. DCA has its own map too generally can be found in the off the page store. I am not a huge fan of DCA, but I have to say the park map is just beautiful.

    And if you want to go big and pricey, but still shippable, there is always the "big figs" of some of the park attractions. They are around $130 or so each.

    As for sweets; have them ship you a Dole whip in a refergerator car. LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by dramaqueen
    Have them pick up a ride poster lithograph from the Disney Gallery- They are really cool. Get one from your favorite ride (I recommend pirates
    Very good idea - though I might go for a Big Thunder one.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tigertail777
    Dont forget a wall size park map, they still carry them but are harder to find... you could put yer folks through some "almost" deserved turmoil trying to locate one, but I will tell you where to get them; the newstands up by the front entrance almost always carry them. DCA has its own map too generally can be found in the off the page store. I am not a huge fan of DCA, but I have to say the park map is just beautiful.
    Another great idea - lots of things to hang on the wall in my new place later this year.

    Quote Originally Posted by dsnylndmom
    Golden Mouse Ears and watch and some sort of sweet treat, hey they owe you big time right??
    Yes they do, and they can start making it up to me with your suggestions.
    Thanks!

    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy999
    Make sure they spend lots of money on you, since your not going, Disneyana Store or the Crystal Palace is a good place to start!
    What better way is there of making sure they don't blow all their cash in Vegas than by spending it on me beforehand?

    Thanks everyone for you ideas.


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    Well, my folks are back, but won't tell me what the got until I actually go visit them! And it's going to be at least Thurs before I get over to 'em.

    So those of you who actually give a hoot - stay tuned!


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    In the end I recieved -

    A 50th mug with a "3d" effect castle on the front and the 50th logo on the back.
    A 50th plastic keyring with Mickey in Bandleader costume.
    A die-cast Matterhorn ride vehicle (thanks to speederscout for the help here!)
    Plenty of Park maps and a couple of 50th paper plates!
    Best of all - a Matterhorn attraction poster!



    Pretty awsome and a great way to start my collection.
    I'll pick up another when I'm at DLRP in Oct, as well as some more ride vehicles.
    And my parents bought my GF a engraved glass mug with the 50th logo and her name on.
    (She was complaining because they bought me one in Paris last year)

    Thanks for all the help people!


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