The Dis Dad's Club II
This thread is for all of the DIS Dad's out there! I just need to know that I am not the only Dad out there that is Fanatical about Disney World! What is the criteria for joining this club ? I am glad you asked. If you are a Dad and ANY of the following criteria descibes you, you qualify to become a member of the DIS Dad's Club. Just sign in on this thread.
The DIS Dad's Club Criteria
1. Your passion for Disney equals that of a 7 year old kid.
2. You have a wife that thinks you are a big kid.
3. You watch the Free WDW DVDs every week .
4. You get more excited than your kids when a trip to WDW is planned (or the excitement at least equals that of your kids) .
5. When you say your prayers you ask for God to inspire the Imagineers to come up with fresh new ideas .
6. When planning family reunions, class reunions, and job conventions you always plan them at Disney World.
7. You nick-named your son and daughter Mickey and Minnie .
8. You planned your next Disney trip the day after returning from Disney World .
9. You debate with your kids about who would win a light saber battle between Mickey Mouse and Darth Vader .
10. Your eyes start to water with tears of joy when you see your kids having a great time at WDW ( and you secretly try to dry your eyes).
11. Your portfolio includes stock in Disney.
12. You have friends and family that do not understand why you vacation in WDW every year (or at least talk about doing it).
13. You have Disney songs on your Mp3 player.
14. You have Disney Ringtones for your Cell.
15. You have everything Disney for Wallpapers and screensavers.
16. You have Disney Fonts and Icons as well.
17. You bought the Disney Bedding for your room.
18. You have Disney knicknacks all over your "man cave/dude room/office."
19. You drink your coffee from one of your multiple Disney mugs.
20. You have Disney Luggage.
21. You have a Disney Computer Bag.
22. You have an Animated Mickey Watch.
23. You have a Goofy Hitch Receiver Cover on your Truck.
24. You have Goofy pjs and slippers, Mickey pjs and bathrobe and a lot of other Disney clothing.
25. You have Disney Character ties to wear (Mickey, Donald, Goofy, etc.).
26. You have a Disney background on your laptop with a count down calender on it.
27. All of your family photos seem to be taken at WDW.
28. You have a dog named CinderBella-Arial (or belle for short) that your kids helped you name.
29. You constantly watch disney movies.
30. You have a disney cd in your car or truck right now.
31. You have trivia contests in the car with your wife like "name all the attractions at epcot going
32. When you and your wife are reading the DISboards she asks you "what is ToT, RnRR, EE and
BTMRR, and you know the answers.
33. You can name the exact day and year each park opened but when asked by your wife when her birthday is you draw a blank (Just a joke ladies You wives know we DIS Dads love ya).
35. You sold your Disney stock so you could buy into the DVC.
36. You wear a matching Disney shirt with your kids to the parks.
37. You have alot of Mr. Incredible collectables that will one day be valued right up there with
your mouse certificates.
38. You listen a WDW podcast or park music (ie, the old Illuminations pre show) while working out in
39. Your boss quits asking where you are going on vacation - he already knows.
40. You DO call DVC your second home.
41. You have a Disney vanity plate on your auto (ex. MGK KGDM)
42. You name you pet with a Disney Name (ex. Your dogs name is KONA, your favorite restaurant).
43. You put the sound from the Disney Cruise line "Magic" horns on your truck.
44. You don't want to fix the musty smell in your damp basement because it reminds you of the Pirates of the Caribbean cave.
45. You swore that when you had kids that they'd get to experience the world. Little did you know that once you experienced "THE WORLD" you would be hooked!
46. Your kids get a kick out of a grown man (YOU) becoming a kid as soon as the Disney subject comes up.
47. When you walk into the Disney Store the employees shout your name like Norm in Cheers!
48. You did your best to "brainwash" your kids early so they wouldn't have any problem ever wanting to go on a Disney Vacation.
49. You only feel fulfilled when you know you have another trip on the horizon.
50. You can't decide if you want to go on a Disney Cruise, to Walt Disney World, or to Disneyland for your next vacation (if you can afford it the Disney Resorts over seas are in the equation as well).
51. Your office is like a shrine to Disney and it gets bigger and bigger every year.
52. You use your kids as an excuse for all the people who ask why you're going back to WDW again. "It's for the kids!" Although the people who know you best know not to believe that.
53. You have a special savings account that you started when your daughter was born so that she will have a Disney Wedding.
54. Simply put...there is no place you would rather go on vacation than at WDW, Disneyland, on a Disney Cruise, or at any of the Disney resorts over seas.
55. Your motorhome has Disney stuff on and in it.
56. You can recite the entire script from the Haunted Mansion.
57. Your mom gave you your first Mickey on the day you were born, and then you gave your son his first Mickey the day he was born.
58. You're just waiting for Fantasia to get released so you can complete your collection of Disney Animated videos (The real classics, not the sequels).
59. Your personal slogan is..."Life is short, spend your time with DISNEY."
60. You teach and not a class passes by where you don't use a Disney Story as an example.
61. You've been to Walt Disney World too many times to count. It almost feels like you grew up there.
62. You know you are a DIS Dad's Club member when your mother in law says you have a "Disney problem."
63. You're "The REAL Chrsitopher Robin!" It is on your birth certificate.
64. While watching a show that you recorded on the TiVO, you forwarded through the commercials but stopped and watched the WDW commercials. Even the ones that you have seen hundreds of times.
65. Every weekend you have "Disney Movie Night" with your family.
66. You own a Mickey waffle iron.
67. You own the "Classic Disney" CD collection and listen to it every night at dinner with your family.
68. Every Sunday night you and your family play the game "Disney Scene It".
69. Your kids insist on going to Disney every vacation. When you ask if they're getting tired of it yet, they look at you like you've grown a second head.
70. You have Mickey, Donald, and Goofy sleepwear.
71. Your wife wakes you up in the middle of the night because you've been talking about Disney in your sleep again.
72. Every month you rotate the metal licence plates on your cars (Disney Cruise line, Animal Kingdom, MGM , Epcot, Magic Kingdom, and Donald official fan club).
73. You promise to fund a big DIS Dad's Club Meet and Greet at WDW when you hit the Power Ball.
74. You love Disney SO much you have tatoos of Disney Characters.
75. When it comes to Disney World you just can't get enough!!! No matter how many times you go!
76. You know all the words to Wishes, Magic, Music and Mayhem, Happy HalloWishes, and Holiday Wishes.
77. You listen to the Happy HalloWishes and Holiday Wishes music no matter what time of the year it is.
78. It is easier to list all of the criteria here that do not apply to you than it is to list the ones that do.
79. You have Disney character golf club covers.
80. You have helped plan many Disney vactions for fellow employees in your department. Now you are getting phone calls from other departments asking, "Hey are you the guy I need to talk to about planning my Disney Vacation?"
81. You keep your Mickey Mouse umbrella in the car/truck and proudly use it while walking in to your office during a rainstorm.
82. Your passion for Disney is strong but you would rather get soaked before using your wife's/daughter's Tinker Bell umbrella.
83. Your Christmas tree has all Disney ornamnets on it.
84. You have a DVC decal on your minivan.
85. Most of your passwords consist of some sort of Disney theme.
86. You own a Mickey Mouse toaster.
87. You have your own personal tour guide to WDW because you married an ex-CM!!!
88. YOU were a CM yourself!
89. The cake topper on your wedding cake was Mickey & Minnie.
90. The music playing as you were announced at the reception hall as husband and wife was BAROQUE HOEDOWN...better known as the theme from THE MAIN STREET ELECTRICAL PARADE.
91. After changing out of your tuxedo at the end of your wedding's reception, you wore a Disney tie as you headed off to begin your honeymoon - which was ultimately at WDW (it was Goofy, BTW)
92. You have a Mickey waffle iron and kitchen towels that you and your wife received as wedding gifts.
93. You have a Mickey telephone (one of those old stand up kind from the 80's, like the large one reproduced at POP).
94. You proposed to your wife in the front seat of the Rockin' Roller Coaster just before take off and she was crazy enough to say yes.
95. You had a Mickey wedding cake knife at your wedding.
96. Your ring bearer carried your rings on a little Mickey & Minnie wedding pillow.
97. Amendment #82 does not apply to you. You WOULD use your wife's/daughter's Tinkerbell umbrella!
98. You have a standing deal with your wife that you can visit Disney every year as long as you take the kids.
99. You hooked up the laptop to your TV so that you could watch Youtube videos of WDW.
100. You've gone to disney for so many vacations that your kids think the word "vacation" is just a short way to say, "Trip to Disneyworld."
101. You have more disney podcasts than music on your iPod.
102. You only know one phrase in spanish-"please stand clear of the doors..."
103. you can identify Disney restaurants by their signature food (Tonga Toast, etc.)
104. You have at least one "souvenir" (child) from your trip.
105. You have antenna toppers on all your vehicles, even at work(looks really cool on construction, aircraft support vehicles and aircraft).
106. You know the roads at and around WDW better then your own neighborhood.
107. Your wife can't tell the Disney princesses apart, but you can.
108. You have so many Disney shirts you have to decide which ones to take and which ones to leave home when you leave for vacation.
109. You put Mickey and Minnie Jibbitz onto your daughter's Crocs.
110. You named your dog Epcot
111. You have a Mickey lamp on your desk.
112. You have actually had Disney cookies shipped to you.
113. You have created the following for Disney trips: Mousekeeping envelopes, Window decorations, Autograph book, Epcot Passport, T-shirts for the family, etc..
114. You are a Disney Dad that has been to Disney almost every year of your adult life.
115. Your wife tells your kids that they are the luckiest kids in the world to have a dad that loves disney.
116. When you bought a new mini-van...instead of kicking the tires and looking under the hood...you checked out all the stow-n-go features and was planning on where to put our luggage for your next trip to WDW.
117. You listen to the soundtrack for Wishes and Spectromagic on your mp3 player at work.
118. Sometimes you feel like you are more excited about being able to take your Family to WDW ...than they are about going...and they get pretty excited.
119. You have endured or are willing to endure the hazing process to become a DIS Dads Club Member which involves...... Walking until your legs and feet ache, crowded ques with hundreds of strangers, standing in the hot Florida sun until your skin burns, and finally emptying your wallet of any savings.
Welcome to the new Dads. This is our house (though it gets invaded every now and then by a low level insurgency). Pull up a chair and prop your feet up on the table (you know you can't get away with that at home)...Beer's in the Fridge, Coke and Pepsi Products too...Water? Dude, there's a tap. Dis Dad's Club home of the DISboards minority male popoulation...
Don't believe me?? Tell me how a "men only" college or pro football thread gets overrun by the female populace??? There will be no discussion about bra sizes for girls or leg shaving. This is our HOUSE. WE MUST PROTECT THIS HOUSE!!! This is man world. We discuss man topics. MAN LAW!!! All we need now is Triple H to guard the door. At least try to keep it somewhat clean....rinse out your mug, and let everyone know when you're done with the latest BassMaster or Guns and Ammo so it can be put in the community pile... Now if you'll forgive me, I'm off to Bass Pro.com for some new stuff...the boat is hitched and ready for me in South Georgia, and Lake Toho is oh so close to Disney
New guys, welcome to all things "Male" Disney.....and all things "Dad" related. Please keep all hands, arms and legs inside the vehicles....secure your seatbelt, place your seat in an upright position and stow your tray table... It's a heckuva' ride....
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Thanks for getting the new one started.
DIS Dads...come vote in my POLL!
DIS Dad's Club Member List
Here is the List of current members of the DIS Dad's Club. The list is in order of when each member posted to the thread (in case anyone was worried about seniority)
Clicking on the name will take you to their profile. If there are any typos, let me know :thumbsup2
For the previous DIS Dad's Club thread, click HERE.
You can also join the Facebook group here: DIS Dads' Facebook group
whats up!!! i see we ran the other thread out! ill also try to pm some guys so they see the new thread.:thumbsup2
chill, buddy, were have you been hidding! i was on old bandaide in may, had to laugh!! i finaly got to stay at contemp. w/mk veiw. at night, after chef mickeys closed, you could feel old bandaide shack the building alittle when coming in.
Wow...we blew up the DIS! I feel a strange sort of pride.
I wondered why the other thread was closed. I need to change my sig link to this thread...
The previous thread was closed due to reaching the post limit for the thread. This happens occasionally in the forum and is not new... but to us it is. We should be proud to have surpassed this milestone :cool1:
I talking with a woman once who was (jokingly) complaining that all men ever talked or thought about was tools, food and women. I just looked at her and said, "You forgot football."
Count me in, fellas! :thumbsup2
42yo father of three (5, 2, & 2), happily married for 15 years to a woman I've known since we were just buddies way back in HS.
Very new here, but glad to be here just the same! :)
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