Your husband is, in no way interested in visiting the mouse, and when he tells you to go without him, you do just that.
the pronunciation of your last name changed because of disney...my great uncle was an actor for Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color...they would pronounce our last name differently on the set so it became the normal way to say it....
your last name was one of the last things Walt Disney wrote
down before he died...he wrote it down right after Kurt Russel's name
(he misspelled it as kirt) on the "TV Projects In Production: Ready for Production
or Possible for Escalation and Story” paper....I guess he was considering both actors
to be in a production called Way Down Cellar
When fixing things around the house or doing improvements you put up decorative barriers
You are considering a second career in popcorn distribution
You have met with contractors and estimated how much it will cost to pump popcorn smells throughout your house
Each morning you have a rope drop for your family when leaving the house
You set your alarm on family vacations to the parks
*i find hidden mickey's in everything....if there isnt one, ill make one
*i have been known to write "have a magical morning" on the main whiteboard at work
*ive upgraded my AP multiple times to allow entry into DLR and WDW, because i have to visit wdw at least once a year ( i cant wait until my next trip in october btw ;) )
*in certain friends cars, i will enter saying " this here is the wildest ride in the wilderness in a country voice
*i have multiple Disney related tattoo's, and currently working on a full villain sleeve
*art scattered around my apartment is all Disney related
im sure there are many, many more examples :D
Your child's at-home height chart is marked with DL attraction requirements.
You convert any major expense into its equivalent Disney currency (as in, "OMG, fixing the car will cost more than two 4-day park hoppers!").
A random slot machine sound at a casino reminds you of the turnstile "ping" and you get a gigantic adrenalin boost.
You walk around with a broom and trash bucket sweeping up any trash you find
CMs start to get worried about you if you don't return again in 3 days
When you paint murals on your children's bedroom walls you put in a hidden Mickey.
When a pair of keys gets lost at work with a Mickey Mouse key chain the office automatically calls you thinking they are your keys (they weren't, but I did find another Disney nut on staff).
You compulsively & continuously checked every app, forum, & webpage you could find from the time you woke up on the 24th to the time you woke up on the 25th to see how the 24 hr event was going because you couldn't (or wouldn't) be there, but were still jealous of those who were & wanted to live vicariously through them!:blush:
When you contribute to the http://micechat.com/forums/disneylan...ng-thread.html daily! <---
When you ask questions about what animatronics do when the park closes! (look my signature)
You can tell where in the park a churro was purchased by how it tastes.
You can go through a ride and spot which effects/props aren't working properly.
You do the Goat Trick on BTMRR.
You own the soundtracks to the rides on CD.
You look up at the abandoned PM tracks and sigh.
The thought of a Dole Whip makes you salivate.
You'll take the Grand Circle tour just to do it.
You love the smell of the trains in the tunnels.
The smell of POTC water is therapeutic.
You compliment the well-done environment of the new Star Trek movie (the lighting, the sounds, the music, etc.) by describing it as "the best Tomorrowland I've ever seen."
Space mountain is your ringtone
You have tomorrowland posters hung above your bed (so that I can sleep directly under my Adventure Thru Inner Space poster :)
Everyone at school goes to you for any disney questions.
Your background on all your electronics are of the E.P. Ripley or the subs.
You play disneyland music in the car.
I do / have all of these. I need to get a life. :))