Thank you very much analogies are my thing .And your previous post was spot on (great analogies by the way!)
So to just to finish my analogy, as Pizzapants said, we, Disney fans, are not even a sliver of Disney's target demographic.
So we stand there, feeling we are not longer special. Maybe we and our significant other (Disney) are just going in different directions in our lives. Maybe we were expecting too much because we live in the past and can not realize that as time passes, flowers and love notes (E-tickets) become the casual "like" on our Facebook stuff (C tickets) and a casual quick reheated meal left in the oven (meet and greets). The cuddling (varied unique merchandise) became a casual smirk (disney parks merchandise everywhere). Maybe we grew too mature for this relationship, or maybe our partner just wanted someone younger (children), or perhaps found in someone else (casual tourists) something we didn't provide (being there without questioning or complaining). Maybe our partner's cooking is no longer to our taste because we are not comfortable with eating frog legs (Avatarland), or maybe our partner is just too focused on his career (increasing profits at any cost).
And we just deny that it is no longer the same, we can't fathom that it could be over. But sometimes after work we stop at the other restaurant we casually visited but mostly overlooked (universal), and we realize that they have developed their own amazing recipes, and that they take 1 hour to cook instead of four, and that also they add new items to their menus way more often, and then, while eating in this restaurant, we randomly meet someone, and for once in a long long time, we feel butterflies in our stomach. Could it be love?