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Are you a Disney Food Addict??

For some it's about the characters and attractions, for others it's the resorts and recreation... for you, it's all about the food!

 Do you have your snacks all picked out for your next trip? Do you starting selecting your dining reservations long before the 180 day window? You're in good company! We know that dining can be a HUGE part of the Disney experience. We've picked out a few traits to help you figure out if you are a true Disney food addict.


  • You use the word “Dole Whip” in every day conversation
  • You vaguely recall riding a few rides in between your favorite snacks
  • You seriously consider adding on a few extra nights to have more dining credits
  •  You know that ‘Ohana has a second, unofficial definition: "delicious food on a stick"
  • You were very excited when Disney released food-scented air fresheners, such as Mickey bars, turkey legs, and popcorn (and you’re pretty sure you had been suggesting this for years!)
  • You consider the four seasons to be “winter, spring, summer, and Food & Wine”   
  • You always pack clothes 1 size bigger for a Disney vacation to allow for "food expansion"
  • Your WDW priority list is: turkey leg, dole whip, churro, Space Mountain. In that order.
  • You have Tonga Toast withdrawals when you get back home
  • The order of the countries around World Showcase Lagoon is: churros, school bread, egg rolls, caramel corn, gelato, funnel cakes, sake, lamb sliders, Napoleans, fish & chips, and pretzel
  • When you go out to dinner back home, you find yourself saying "well it was good, but just not Disney good" 
  • Proximity to good restaurants, bars, snack shacks etc plays a pivitol role in your resort choice
  • You're pretty sure a Lapu Lapu is somewhere in the food pyramid
  • You know all of the names of your "Relatives" at the 50's Prime Time CafĂ© in Disney's Hollywood Studios- and you know the Golden Rule after eating dinner there... "No Tower for 1 Hour!"
  • You would be happy spending a week at Disney with the Deluxe Dining Plan, eating at the resorts and never setting foot in a park
  • You have an extensive mental list of all the snacks you want and where to find them. All of your touring plans are based off this list. 
  • You think Disney should rename them "Extra Snack Hours"
  • You make a solid argument that a Mickey Ice Cream bar equals a balanced meal: surely licking the stick can count as fiber and the chocolate coating is a veggie!   
  • You know that there are no calories in a Disney treat if you share it with your best friend or family
How many of these apply to you?? If you answered "all," then congratulations! You are definitely a well-rounded, bona fide, official member of the "Disney Food Addicts" club. 


Carissa

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