Doing Meet & Greets with Characters as an Adult

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So you’re headed to Disney World for the first time as an adult couple, or you’re on a solo trip.  You’re thinking I love getting pictures with characters, but I can’t do that without kids.  I’m here to say bull crap! When my son was young, some of the best times I ever had at the parks was getting the pictures with characters.  He grew into a teenager and now has no interest.  My wife and I decided that shouldn’t stop us!  Face it folks, if you’re spending your hard earned money going to Disney, you’re nothing but a big kid anyway! Go ahead and have all the fun you can! I’m a truck driving, beer drinking, tattooed guy, but when I can get a picture with Mickey Mouse I’m 8 years old again!

1. Don’t be embarrassed, have fun!

2. Don’t be surprised if a kid butts in front of you!

3. If it’s a face character ask questions, “Tianna , do you prefer etoufee or gumbo”, “Belle, what’s your favorite book”? It makes the interaction a lot more memorable.

Why do I take the time to do these pictures? Memories, and the fact that everytime I walk away from a Character interaction I’m in a great mood! So, take the time and do a Meet & Greet!

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DisTalk Radio’s Weekly Pint Podcast – Episode 9 – What’s in the Fridge? (Part 3)

DisTalk Radio’s Weekly Pint Podcast – Episode 9 – What’s in the Fridge? (Part 3)

DisTalk Radio's Weekly Pint Podcast - Episode 9 - What's in the Fridge (Part 3)
Caution: This one’s a bit long! Dave and John talk about John’s recent trip over to Disney Springs to check out BB Wolf’s Sausage hut. The guys talk about sausage, poutine, Jock Lindsay’s and other changes to the Disney Spring Area before getting into the 3rd rendition of What’s in the Fridge.

John tasted a Sea Dog Sunfish Ale (fruit beer) while Dave tried Founder’s Porter.