Dealbreaker: An Adult Who’s Obsessed With Disney

Dear Kids: We’re Not Going to Disney World. Period. | Bunmi Laditan

Most of our vacations were spent hiking through national parks. But Kyles family went to the same place every single year: Disney World. They stayed at the same hotel, ate at the same restaurants, and rode the same rides. These people were okay with paying a lot of money to be an audience year in and year out. I mean a lot of money: tickets, fast passes, souvenirs, overpriced food, hotel rooms. When they came back from Disney, all they could talk about was when they were going to go again.Did I mention the youngest member of their family was 25? The way Kyle and his family talked about Disney made it sound like a cult, one which almost had its own secret language. His family had nicknames for all the rides and the different parks.When I said something about a Disney employee, everyone gave me dirty looks and told me I was supposed to say cast member (which is the Disney-preferred lingo).At home, his family even served Diet Coke with ice cubes shaped like Mickey Mouse. My parents took go!! us to Disney World when I was a kid and of course I had a great time. But I also used to think All That was a funny show and that being a JV cheerleader was the only important thing in life.
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Disney Magical World Review: An offspring of An… | GameZone

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What you also need to know is that the thought of taking all three of you and the stuff you require to live on a plane to a theme park vacation makes me physically ill. I’m serious. I would rather do a shot of Windex than bunk up with you children, whom I love, in a hotel room. Look at my face. You will find not a trace of jest when I say that I would rather be forced to experience back labor while watching Caillou on a loop than stand in hour-long lines in the sun for 15-minute rides. Please don’t cry. I’ve given this a lot of thought. Why would I take any of you to Disneyland when a simple stroll through the cereal aisle is a source of much irritation? I can already hear the “Can I buy that?
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As you complete these tasks or perform different activities, you’ll be awarded with stickers that grant access to completely new worlds. Soon you’ll be gardening and harvesting various vegetables and fruit with Winnie the Pooh and Rabbit, attending a ball and dancing the night away with Cinderella, or helping Aladdin find materials by battling through various dungeons. And that’s just a small sample size. This sense of progression that continually rewards you with new activities and new items pushes the player to keep on trying new things. Where Animal Crossing rewards you for doing repeated tasks and also asks you to wait for new content to unlock the longer you play, Magical World straight up keeps rewarding you as long as you’re constantly trying out new things. The greatest part is that the game includes a variety of activities pulled straight from other games and genres. For example, farming vegetables can easily be equated to Harvest Moon or Rune Factory, while running through dungeons is more akin to action RPGs rather than a life sim. And to Magical World’s benefit, it doesn’t really have to execute these perfectly for them to be enjoyable.
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