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Old 07-18-2012, 05:13 AM   #676
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Single Dad 44 DS 13 DD 11 DD 11 Liviing the Dream literally today lol Just found this thread. Wish I would have found it a year ago
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Old 07-31-2012, 01:17 AM   #677
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My name is Stacey (29) and I am going down in December 10-14 with my DS (2)..just want him to be there and see the castle lights and do the christmas card thing but I would love to share it with someone

Yay for Disney play dates!
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Old 08-06-2012, 11:25 AM   #678
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This is Great

This is a great thread. Makes me feel better to know there are other single parents out there taking thier kids to Disney.
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Old 08-06-2012, 07:37 PM   #679
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This is a great thread. Makes me feel better to know there are other single parents out there taking thier kids to Disney.

I agree! Now if I could just find other singles that are going when we are going!

Fellow Okie here, btw. I'm in S. OKC. You?
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Old 08-06-2012, 08:23 PM   #680
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Heeeey everyone... well its been a while since I posted our last trip but I will be down with my DD (6) August 29-Sept 1st and then for her annual birthday trip December 7-10. If anyone will be around either time, please reach out!! OH, we also may head down for NJ days which I think is Nov8-9th this year.
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Old 08-06-2012, 08:23 PM   #681
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1st time at Disney Sept 6th-23rd!

I love the idea of people meeting each other in Disney especially if things blossom.......how utterly romantic is that?!!!
Don't really think it could work when coming from Scotland but I sooo wish all you guys luck in finding a magical partner at Disney! And if it doesn't work out, at least you will have made new friends who love Disney 2!

PS, if there is any Texas boys out there looking for a wee Scottish lassie then give me a shout! Got a thing for cowboys
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Old 08-07-2012, 12:33 AM   #682
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Single mom with DD8 going to WDW August 7-21st. We will be hopping around to several different resorts during our stay. DD would have fun playing with kids close to her age. Anyone else going during that time frame? Maybe I will join the facebook group!
@OllieDannyandMe I'll (33) be there on the 13th - 18th with my 9 year old son. Leaving from Dallas, and Staying offsite - looking forward to a great trip!

Hope you made it to WDW today safely!

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I love the idea of people meeting each other in Disney especially if things blossom.......how utterly romantic is that?!!!
Don't really think it could work when coming from Scotland but I sooo wish all you guys luck in finding a magical partner at Disney! And if it doesn't work out, at least you will have made new friends who love Disney 2!

PS, if there is any Texas boys out there looking for a wee Scottish lassie then give me a shout! Got a thing for cowboys
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Old 08-07-2012, 11:47 AM   #685
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Men.....

Really? Why is the Scottish accent such a turn on for you men? We are the hardest people to understand! yur eejits!
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Old 08-07-2012, 01:57 PM   #686
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Really? Why is the Scottish accent such a turn on for you men? We are the hardest people to understand! yur eejits!
I can't explain it, but every time I hear a woman with a Scottish accent my heart races. Oh, if only Kelly McDonald knew I existed - LOL. I don't think it's that difficult to understand. There might be some dialects that are harder to understand than others, but I haven't heard one yet that I couldn't figure out. Now, Brad Pitt's Irish accent in Snatch is a totally different story. I couldn't understand a word of that
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Old 08-07-2012, 02:02 PM   #687
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Really? Why is the Scottish accent such a turn on for you men? We are the hardest people to understand! yur eejits!
It's just a pretty dialect. Very musical. I don't know about a "turn on", but it's nice to listen to.
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I can't explain it, but every time I hear a woman with a Scottish accent my heart races. Oh, if only Kelly McDonald knew I existed - LOL. I don't think it's that difficult to understand. There might be some dialects that are harder to understand than others, but I haven't heard one yet that I couldn't figure out. Now, Brad Pitt's Irish accent in Snatch is a totally different story. I couldn't understand a word of that
Brad Pitt is just a terrible actor that's all! Love the southern accent, there's such an old fashioned gentlemanly aspect to it that you definitely don't get here! Men dont know how to be men in this country anymore! I'm an old fashioned lass Glaswegian is difficult to understand, that's where I'm from. If we talk too fast then you wouldn't have a clue what we were sayn!
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It's just a pretty dialect. Very musical. I don't know about a "turn on", but it's nice to listen to.
See?! What a lovely way to look at it! I HATE hearing a Scottish accent on the TV, it's like nails down a blackboard to me!
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Old 08-07-2012, 02:59 PM   #690
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Well, we can't control the Hollywood interpretation of your culture or your dialect, but I understand how you feel. I know that whenever they depict my profession t bothers me. (which is arguably a lot less offensive then them butchering your culture)
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