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Re: You know you're a WDW nut when...

Post by Amy » May Tue 21, 2013 11:06 am

mjmcsl4me wrote:When you see a license plate that begins with the letters DVC and you automatically think about it being a Disney personalized license plate. You look back to see the other letters and think they are OKW and start thinking what those stand for. You look at your phone to see what is playing and it's a song from Old Key West and your like wow that's it and then it hits you yep "DVC OKW" is probably what it was. That song was playing at the right time for me!
That is a nice plate ~ fun that you saw it at the same time as the song was playing! :lol:

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Re: You know you're a WDW nut when...

Post by DisneySpin » May Wed 22, 2013 1:53 am

My Nuttiness shows up when I do my YouTube marathons; I actually like watching the videos of other travelers, watching for new features, enjoying old familiar attractions, and making mental notes on photography Do's and Don't's :lol:
I actually do this for all the parks, so I technically go beyond the WDW Nut.
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Re: You know you're a WDW nut when...

Post by Amy » May Wed 22, 2013 9:15 am

One of my piano families has a new puppy. They are training him to leave things alone by telling him "Mine" when he is chewing on something he shouldn't. He loves my shoes and shoelaces, so when we were talking after my student's lesson last night, he was stalking my shoes and nipping at the laces. Julie was telling him, "Mine. Mine. Mine." I joined in so hopefully he will learn to listen to me too, "Mine. Mine. Mine." I looked at Julie and told her we sounded like the seagulls in Finding Nemo :nemo: :lol:

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Re: You know you're a WDW nut when...

Post by Amy » May Wed 22, 2013 10:54 pm

I was poking around the internet this evening and ended up looking at some photos of the Lilly Belle train car in DL. Imagine my surprise when I found something familiar in one of the pictures...
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F1gment has these exact tables in her bedroom :D They are part of a set that includes a table and they are to be mine someday. I will have to satisfy my curiosity if we are lucky enough to get a spin on the Lilly Belle ~ our tables' marble tops aren't connected to the base. I would guess that this particular table's top is, otherwise it might slide off with the clickity clack of the train cars over time. I would have to give the marble top a little lift, just to see!

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Re: You know you're a WDW nut when...

Post by mjmcsl4me » May Thu 23, 2013 5:28 am

Amy wrote:I was poking around the internet this evening and ended up looking at some photos of the Lilly Belle train car in DL. Imagine my surprise when I found something familiar in one of the pictures...
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F1gment has these exact tables in her bedroom :D They are part of a set that includes a table and they are to be mine someday. I will have to satisfy my curiosity if we are lucky enough to get a spin on the Lilly Belle ~ our tables' marble tops aren't connected to the base. I would guess that this particular table's top is, otherwise it might slide off with the clickity clack of the train cars over time. I would have to give the marble top a little lift, just to see!
That is so cool!!

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Re: You know you're a WDW nut when...

Post by cousininmiami » May Thu 23, 2013 8:31 am

I made pancakes this morning in the shape of Mickey ears :mickey: .... and told my Husband and Son to have a Magical Day! :lol:
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Re: You know you're a WDW nut when...

Post by Amy » May Thu 23, 2013 8:35 am

cousininmiami wrote:I made pancakes this morning in the shape of Mickey ears :mickey: .... and told my Husband and Son to have a Magical Day! :lol:
Aww, pancakes always taste better when they are shaped like Mickey!

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Post by cy1229 » May Thu 23, 2013 9:28 am

Amy wrote:
cousininmiami wrote:I made pancakes this morning in the shape of Mickey ears :mickey: .... and told my Husband and Son to have a Magical Day! :lol:
Aww, pancakes always taste better when they are shaped like Mickey!
On one of our trips we bought some pancake forms in the shape of Mickey. They're frustrating, though, because the pancakes often stick to them, so making Mickey pancakes is a negative, not a positive for me. :(
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Re: You know you're a WDW nut when...

Post by Amy » May Thu 23, 2013 11:15 am

cy1229 wrote:
Amy wrote:
cousininmiami wrote:I made pancakes this morning in the shape of Mickey ears :mickey: .... and told my Husband and Son to have a Magical Day! :lol:
Aww, pancakes always taste better when they are shaped like Mickey!
On one of our trips we bought some pancake forms in the shape of Mickey. They're frustrating, though, because the pancakes often stick to them, so making Mickey pancakes is a negative, not a positive for me. :(
I've seen those shaped pans. Never was tempted to get those though as I thought it might be hard to cook in them. Nice thing is that Mickey is only 3 circles, so it isn't too hard to free-form them :mickey:

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Re: You know you're a WDW nut when...

Post by cy1229 » May Thu 23, 2013 12:09 pm

Yeah free-form is where it's at. The thing I'm talking about is more of a "ring" that sits on the griddle or bottom of the skillet.
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Re: You know you're a WDW nut when...

Post by cousininmiami » May Thu 23, 2013 12:18 pm

cy1229 wrote:Yeah free-form is where it's at. The thing I'm talking about is more of a "ring" that sits on the griddle or bottom of the skillet.
I actually bought one of those too... I tried it and it was too hard. So I free form it also, one bigger circle and two ears... lol sometimes they come out great! The key I have found is don't make them too big. But what I really want is a Mickey Waffler 8-)
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Re: You know you're a WDW nut when...

Post by Amy » May Thu 23, 2013 12:36 pm

cousininmiami wrote:
cy1229 wrote:Yeah free-form is where it's at. The thing I'm talking about is more of a "ring" that sits on the griddle or bottom of the skillet.
I actually bought one of those too... I tried it and it was too hard. So I free form it also, one bigger circle and two ears... lol sometimes they come out great! The key I have found is don't make them too big. But what I really want is a Mickey Waffler 8-)
Oh, like an egg circle form, except a Mickey...yeah, I could see that being sticky. I never understood how the batter wouldn't run out from under the mold too...maybe we just have not so straight bottomed pans :shock:

Ooooo, a Mickey waffler ~ now that would be nice! :cool:

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Post by Sleepy90 » May Thu 23, 2013 3:38 pm

Amy wrote:
cousininmiami wrote:
cy1229 wrote:Yeah free-form is where it's at. The thing I'm talking about is more of a "ring" that sits on the griddle or bottom of the skillet.
I actually bought one of those too... I tried it and it was too hard. So I free form it also, one bigger circle and two ears... lol sometimes they come out great! The key I have found is don't make them too big. But what I really want is a Mickey Waffler 8-)
Oh, like an egg circle form, except a Mickey...yeah, I could see that being sticky. I never understood how the batter wouldn't run out from under the mold too...maybe we just have not so straight bottomed pans :shock:

Ooooo, a Mickey waffler ~ now that would be nice! :cool:

Ah that is what those are for I always thought they were for eggs. :lol:

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Re: You know you're a WDW nut when...

Post by Len90 » May Thu 23, 2013 10:17 pm

When you are jealous that you have friends on professional internships in WDW.
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Re: You know you're a WDW nut when...

Post by princessinwaiting » May Thu 30, 2013 5:10 pm

Len90 wrote:When you are jealous that you have friends on professional internships in WDW.
When you are jealous that Len90 has friends on professional internships to be jealous of!!! It gets lonely in a world of people who enjoy Disney but just aren't as crazy about it as you are, I'm so glad that I found this little 'ohana' :D

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