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    I'm not an intuitive, but Disney World is my favorite park. It's really great if you're not a big roller coaster fan. Plus when I was a little kid I really did feel the "magic." Never been west enough to go to Disneyland, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DisneyGeek View Post
    I'm not an intuitive, but Disney World is my favorite park. It's really great if you're not a big roller coaster fan. Plus when I was a little kid I really did feel the "magic." Never been west enough to go to Disneyland, though.
    I can't even express how suprised I am with this fact.

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    Going to Disney Land/World is a nice way to distract yourself from reality. You go in there and you completely forget about what the world is really like, and for some hours, you're in a fantasy wonderland where anything is possible. (Sounds INFP to me just kidding.)

    I've never been to Disney Land, but I've been to the one in Florida twice - once at age ten, and once at age seventeen - and loved it both times I went. You almost forget about the scary, corporate aspect... and that there hasn't been an amazing Disney cartoon since the Pixar split.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    Going to Disney Land/World is a nice way to distract yourself from reality. You go in there and you completely forget about what the world is really like, and for some hours, you're in a fantasy wonderland where anything is possible. (Sounds INFP to me just kidding.)
    Yeah but I don't need the hype to go into fanatsy land. It's always there in my head and totally free.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heart View Post
    Yeah but I don't need the hype to go into fanatsy land. It's always there in my head and totally free.
    Ditto. This is exactly why Disneyworld might not appeal to intuitives, especially introerted intuitives, as much. We're always in our own fantasy world, we don't need any help in that regard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antisocial one View Post
    I can't even express how suprised I am with this fact.
    I know right? Who would have guessed?

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    I love Disneyland and Disneyworld...been to both many times.

    It is more fun with kids.
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    I've never been able to understand the appeal. I like thrill rides a lot, but not enough to put up with crowds of tired people, cartoon themes and (my personal phobia) being approached by costumed strangers. I'm a total kill joy, I know, LOL. Fortunately, most of my family feels the same way.

    Having fantasy creatures and objects take the form of giant plastic, foam, germy, crowded sesory assualt feels less like an escape into fantasy, and more like being forcefully yanked into the concrete world repeatedly, for me. My imagination is much better. ;OP
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    Quote Originally Posted by onemoretime View Post
    Why would I want to see a fake alpine village when I can just go visit the Alps? Why would I want to see a fantasy castle when I can see a real one? Why would I traipse through a simulated jungle when the world's full of actual rainforests? Why bother with a heavily-produced corporate fantasy when wider, more vivid worlds rest within the confines of a local library? Why concern myself with idle speculation about technological developments, when the true developments of the future rest within research journals, or even possibly the confines of my own mind?

    Disney parks, at essence giant marketing campaigns, are exactly what Baudrillard was talking about. Nothing but hyperreality, candy for the brain without nutritive content. Forgive me if I would rather have the main course of exploring Planet Earth.
    Yes! When we [my parents and alongside myself, a brother and sister] went to the HK version, all three of us siblings had no interest in the rides. We preferred looking at the animals in the nearby zoo.
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