Well I saw this thread in the DLR forum, and tried as hard as I could to relate to it... but there is a slight barrier there, we me having never been there. I thought, "I can write so much more if this was in the WDW forum"... so thats what I did! I'd love to see your replies.
VISITS: Five times, with a sixth this October. Most of my visits have been during a celebration/festival period, so I have limited memories of just a normal WDW.
OTHER ACTIVITIES: I write for MickeyNews.com, I read MiceAge, MousePlanet, JimHillMedia, I spend most of my Disney internet time on MiceChat. I am doing my work experience at a Disney specialist store in May.
PIN TRADING: I have about fifty pins. Majority from WDW, about ten from Disneyland, and about five from Disneyland Paris. I have an opening day one from Hong Kong Disneyland.
CLOTHES: Loads! Golden ears from DLR and WDW (only actually worn the WDW ones), a Fantasmic! shirt, a Sorceror Mickey hat, Mickey shoes slippers, a PhilharMagic Donald sweater.
COLLECTIBLES/SOUVINIRS: Disneyland July 17 05 map (with times guide!), maps from Tokyo Disneyland, Tokyo DisneySea and Hong Kong Disneyland which aren't collectable (I suppose the HKDL is cos it was printed in opening year) but mean a lot to me. A resin replica of the Hollywood Tower Hotel which I adore.
ART: Panorama posters of Main Street, World Showcase, Discovery Island and Hollywood Boulevard. A poster with all the villains on it that I am yet to frame. Postcards from the Art of Disney store at MGM featuring various storyboards and paintings, my favourite being the most famous villains situated around the Queen's bubbling cauldron, so stylised.
BOOKS: DisneyWar, Walt Disney Imagineering, PotC MK to Movies, An American Original.
CDs/AUDIO/DVD: Fantasmic! cd (MGM this time, I also have the DL one for those who read my post in the DL forum), Wishes cd. I have tonnes of WDW mp3s on my computer.
SCHOOL: Tonnes of art work. Most of my school related stuff is about Disneyland - I suppose the reason for this is because I see it as more exotic cos I haven't been there, and it is more historic and detailed than the MK, my 'home' park.