You have one, or several, attraction themes as ringtones on your phone for certain people/alarms. <--- Totally guilty, btw.
You can't have a conversation without mentioning something Disney or Disney-related at least once slip in.
When you go shopping, you do so while putting "Disneyland" outfits together in your head.
You wonder if you could get away with smuggling your labradors in as "Assistance Dogs in Training" so they, too can enjoy the park. (Only half kidding, I don't want to tick off the real pups and trainers. )
You plan your retirement forever home around including how long it would take to get to <insert Disney park of your choice here> and possibly including part-time employment at said park.
Peter Pan: "You know, your hair is on fire."
Me: "Yes. It happened after a recent trip to Neverland."
Peter Pan: "Well, you can dunk your head in the pond behind us, if you want."
Lost Child of Neverland since 1996.
~Favorite Hero: Peter Pan. Favorite Villian:Malificent.Favorite Ride: The Haunted Mansion.~
When you collect not only Mickeys but Mickey's favorite bear. You also believe that it was Tink's pixie dust that brought it to life after Mickey made a special wish about his bear. Then Mickey gave his new found friend a big hug and the outline of Mickey's face magically imprints itself on his bear's face too ( * o * )
When you tear down a 3 year old Department 56 home-made Disneyland Mainstreet to evolve into the Olszewski's Disneyland Mainstreet exact model. Yes, and all the while knowing, that it will cost you about 3 Disneyland trips to complete it. But, you don't care because Disneyland must live in your house with you.
When Halloween rolls around and you decide since you cannot go to Disneyland that year; why not bring your favorite ride to your house instead. Thus, your front porch, entry hallway and your dining room magically transform into (a home-made walk through) Pirates of the Caribbean ride with a cutout Jack Sparrow hiding behind the curtains and skeleton pirates all sitting around the table eating plastic food. The kids get the gold coins and the candy, then exclaim to their parents: "Mom, Dad, when are we going to Disneyland!"