What don't you miss when you get home from Walt Disney World?

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  1. Vikki

    Vikki Well-Known Member

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    Inspired by the other thread it got me thinking, what don't you miss when you get home from WDW?

    I really struggled with this but managed to think of something. I don't miss the several times daily (yet incredibly necessary) application of suncream. The stuff infuriates me!
     
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    oh yes!

    and usually by the time my holiday is finished I'm glad to get some normal food back!
     
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    I miss a UK chippy :lol: I know how dreadfully cheap and tacky that is, but sometimes a chippy tea is the only thing I want.

    I miss the huge monitor on my desktop pc :lol: again not a great one

    ermm....not much else it has to be said
     
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    I miss my pillow! And my huuuuuuge bed :)
     
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    I don't miss the lack of vegetables.
     
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    Crowds... Screaming children... Extreme heat (like the Oct when it was so darned hot we couldn't even enjoy a glass of red wine during Food & Wine)...
     
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    I don't miss eating out all the time.
     
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    Strollers and parents who use them as battering rams
     
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    Tasteless, rubbery cheese!
     
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    Oh heck, I hate stroller rage :lol:
     
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    Strollers has to be my choice too!

    Actually not so much the strollers, more the people controlling them (or not in this case).

    They should also have a height restriction on those things, I'm sure I've seen 10 year olds scrunched up in them.

    :)
     
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    my son was 9 when i went with a friend and our 5 children between us, we used 2 double strollers so as not to lose any of them!! I don't think i would have done it otherwise, though I guess you don't know anyones circumstance :)
     
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    Can some one please translate "chippy tea"
     
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    Don't miss anything just want to be back at W D W
     
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    Sleeping on a small bed in a small room with flapjack pillows. Don't get me wrong I would and do it again every year.
     
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    I don't miss the long lines, the screaming at the top of their lungs toddlers and the parents yelling at their kids.
     
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    I'm going to wager a guess. I know tea is dinner. Chippy is probably the local takeaway (fish and chips but maybe curry too?)
     
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    could be anything from the chip shop--- fish and chips, battered sausage and chips, pie and chips, chicken and chips... :lol: you are integrating nicely Johnie ;)
     
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    Kind of thought that was what it was...but the tea thing threw me. Thanks for the translation.
     
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    I'm impressed!

    (you're obviously spending way too much time here!)
     

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