Listen closely because I am finally ready to share my thoughts on why you should NEVER EVER visit Disney World. Yes, you heard me right, I am saying STAY AWAY from Disney World!
People ask me why my family and I visit Disney World so often and sometimes I feel like sarcastically answering that question with “because we hate it“, but I don’t. Instead I go on and on and on about all of the magical moments and memories that Disney World has provided for myself, my husband and our kids.
But now it is time for me to reveal the truth behind Mickey and Company and the so-called magic that is better known as Disney World.
Why You Should NEVER EVER Visit Disney World
1. Disney World will instantly make you feel like a kid all over again.
If you were anything like me while growing up, you constantly complained that you couldn’t wait to be an adult. So why would you want to go back to the carefree and fantastic life of feeling like a kid again?
2. Caution! Visiting Disney World could cause you to gain weight.
I promise you that any diet you may have had prior to your visit will be completely out the window while at Disney World, so you can actually enjoy yourself.
3. If you don’t listen to me and decide to visit Disney World, be prepared for your face to hurt.
No one likes pain, even if it is from smiling and laughing so hard all day from all of the amazing rides, shows, parades and characters to take pictures with.
4. Withdrawal Symptoms
The final and most important reason why you should NEVER EVER visit Disney World is because the withdrawal symptoms you will inevitably experience once you have to leave all of the magic that Disney has to offer behind.
Each trip is almost too difficult to bear (insert my tears each and every time I leave Disney) after its over.
I hope after reading this post you see the seriousness behind why you should NEVER EVER visit Disney World, and you try your hardest to avoid it at all costs (most extreme sarcasm ever).
To quickly recap for you, going to Disney World will only make you feel childish (damn Peter Pan syndrome), full from too many snacks, your face will hurt from laughing and smiling, and you could experience withdrawal symptoms from the many magical moments.
So please, if you must go to Disney World, especially as often as my family and I like to go, be aware that the magic of Disney will truly suck you in and captivate you from the moment that you walk down Main St. USA.
Know that it is completely normal for you to even shed a tear when you see the Walt and Mickey statue, and Cinderella’s castle just might take your breath away for a second.
Enjoy and savor each and every magical moment.