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  • Disney Obsessive
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    Re: Are you a DLP rulebreaker?

    Originally posted by nathan detroit View Post
    Ok. So never having any shares I am a complete shareholding novice. Where can I get them and how much are they at the moment?

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  • nathan detroit
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    Ok. So never having any shares I am a complete shareholding novice. Where can I get them and how much are they at the moment?
    Last edited by nathan detroit; 09-29-2007, 11:51 PM.

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  • BoogaFrito
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    But be sure to check out the champagne-filled bidet and use the 100% silk toilet paper, cut into perfect (measured!) squares and handed to you by an impeccably-dressed attendant!

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  • pussnboots
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    Don't expect too much of it either, though. It's hardly Valhalla. And they only serve one thing at a time, although cold and hot beverages are yours for the taking. It's also quite small, but very lavishly decorated and full of that Walt stuff fans drool over.

    And it tends to be a bit like a waiting room where everyone sits two feet apart but no one talks to each other. So bring a friend if you hate awkward silences, haha.

    Here's a nice little tour: http://www./paris/salon_mickey1.htm

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  • mikeland
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    I hope to visit Salon Mickey next month. My membership card just arrived today !!!

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  • nathan detroit
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    Pains au chocolat? I can't imagine a more disgusting confection! Niether sweet nor savoury, they are 100% minging!
    Which reminds me, every time I prepare to visit DLP, I imagine the amount of pastries and sweets that I am going to consume. I always swear that my first stop will be the bakery on Main Street where I will by a huge bag of crap to munch through. Ironically, when I get there I never fancy much of that stuff. Maybe the constant sweet smells put me off actually eating the things even though the odours are wonderful.
    Or maybe its just a case of ' as soon as you can have it, you don't want it'.
    Or maybe I'm just wierd.

    And you intrigue me with this talk of the benefits of shareholding (specifically free donuts and massive lavvies). I may investigate further...

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  • pussnboots
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    Originally posted by nathan detroit View Post
    That sort of talk could incite a revolution....!:mob:
    What, are they going to storm the castle and demand pains au chocolat for all?

    But do look into that shareholder thing. It's not that difficult and makes you feel quite important. Plus it has the biggest restroom on site. Not that you'll be needing one for a while after all that refined flour...

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  • nathan detroit
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    That sort of talk could incite a revolution....!:mob:

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  • pussnboots
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    The breakfast rolls are the same everywhere anyway -- ooh, sounds like Andy Warhol on Coke (there's a misinterpretation waiting to happen). The Santa Fe, the Disneyland Hotel, even Salon Mickey (which really isn't all marble and caviar, but I'm happy to keep the myth alive)... They've all got the same pastries and coffee.

    But what's so nice about Salon Mickey is that you're essentially inside the park, and you can grab all the croissants you can get your hands on and walk straight out the door onto Main Street. Where people are in line to pay €5 for one, haha. It's horrible, but I'm happy to be on the good side of the class divide.

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  • fizzog
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    I've certainly horded croissants from the buffet but they're my right ot take! hehe (and I just LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOVE croissants)

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  • nathan detroit
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    Originally posted by fizzog View Post
    but sometimes it's nice to sit in some random bench and eat a sandwich
    Been there. Done that. Interesting that the CMs don't enforce the 'no picnics' law.

    And the bag-checkers at the gate don't bat an eye at a rucksack full of sarnies!

    And I'm just a lowly peasant with no access to Salon Mickey - hence my crafty wrapping up of bread rolls and bits of cheese at the breakfast table!
    Last edited by nathan detroit; 09-27-2007, 03:24 PM.

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  • fizzog
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    I'm not proud...but I have. I don't normally, I'm happy to buy the grub (I was surprised at the value, much better than I remembered) but sometimes it's nice to sit in some random bench and eat a sandwich

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  • Zarniwoop
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    Originally posted by pussnboots View Post
    Sure. Everyone with access to Salon Mickey does. God I love that place!
    Mmm... donuts..

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  • pussnboots
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    Sure. Everyone with access to Salon Mickey does. God I love that place!

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  • nathan detroit
    started a poll Are you a DLP rulebreaker?

    Are you a DLP rulebreaker?

    15
    Certainly not! It's against the rules!
    33.33%
    5
    Of course! Grub's expensive at DLP!
    46.67%
    7
    Yes, and not only that but the food I took in was stuff I 'pinched' from my hotel breakfast buffet!
    20.00%
    3
    It's against the rules of the park. In fact it's downright naughty! But have you done it?

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