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  • bisforbrittney
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    happy: i love coming here to read trip reports and "bond" with other disney fanatics!

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  • Bob Weaver
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    This site has ruined the experience of going to the park.
    Before I came here, I just laughed at everything in the park and had a good time.
    Now I notice the color a railing was painted and am willing to argue over the color.
    The magic is dead.

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  • Malina
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    Originally posted by Slappypunk View Post
    It all depends on the subject. Of course I'm happy when I come on here but when I see rude comments on here it makes me frustrated.

    Ditto. If it wasn't fun, I wouldn't come back. Some of the discussions get heated and that does get frustrating. However, this site has really helped me get the most out of my AP and has given me a lot of useful information to use at the park.

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  • bayouguy
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    Fairly happy when reading posts. I'm not a specialist on any tech subject but tend to lurk just to see how much others know about ride aspects, historical data or artistic attributes.

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  • LangenFox
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    Glad I joined Micechat, it makes me happy whenever visit the forums and the news articles. Those help me remedy those Disneyland Resort withdrawals and the combination of Disney theme park audio and videos.

    I've been a Disney fan forum user since 2005 at another Disneyland fan website. Though I moved on to Micechat now, since it is lot better than the previous one I went.

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  • mickdaddy
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    Trip reports and the blogs always make me happy the forums can make me happy, sad, frustrated, and even a little jealous but I still come here almost everyday!

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  • Barbaraann
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    I have been here since 05, and MiceChat has gone through many peaks and valleys. I actually have been enjoying the present day MiceChat a whole lot lately. There's been a lot of really good topics to think about. Of course, I like the trip reports the best living so far away.

    I also like the way, I am getting "Happy" answers to my poll question.

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  • MonteJ
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    Great question Barbaraann! I absolutely LOVED getting on Micechat during the overhaul of DCA. This group of crazy Disney fans kept me up to date on every rumor and detail of the construction process. I even loved the debates about the green beam and whether or not the Little Mermaid building was off-centered. I LOVED all the construction photos and when I finally made it to the Resort this last Summer - it was a blast seeing how everything looked in person. I felt personally invested in the whole creative process - and that's what I love most about Disney... It speaks to my creative spirit. Yes, the resort has become too expensive, and I grow weary of the negativity that often creeps into these forums on MiceChat. But, for those of us Disney fans who live at a distance - it's been really fun to have a Disney moment in my day. Now that DCA 2.0 is up and running - things are a bit less exciting here on MiceChat - but I know that you will all be there when a new major project is announced. I hope it's soon!

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  • Michael808702
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    Sad because their are no trips planned at all for a while because the aps expired

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  • Barbaraann
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    I learned early on that MiceChatters are very passionate about their themeparks. Early on, in MiceChat's history, it was mostly Disneyland goers that posted here. In more recent years MiceChat has many more MiceChatters who are more fond of WDW than Disneyland.

    Once I learned the ropes here, and continued to follow the rules and regulations that run this site, I became less likely to run from the troublemakers. Rude people exist everywhere, and MiceChat has a system in place to deal with them. People just need to use that system.

    I probably should have been a little bit more specific in my title of this thread, because it appears not everyone is reading the first post, where I am specifying the happiness, and sadness question after just returning from a vacation. Not whether MiceChat makes a person happy or sad at all other times.

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  • Pirate Lover 68
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    I don't know if Happy or Sad really covers the complexity. I come to Micechat because I love Disneyland and I am fascinated by how things work there and how it makes people feel. Reading critical posts helps me think more deeply about those things. At times the really cranky people on Micechat rub off on me, and I get really frustrated by them. Other times, I just laugh because I remember some people are going to be cranky no matter what. "Haters are gonna hate." as they say.

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  • Dreamer10
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    After coming back from a DL trip reading Micechat makes me sad because it reminds me of the park that once was and I compare it to the one I just came back from.

    Originally posted by frollofan View Post
    I get sad when I read posts that are rude or overly critical in nature
    It seems like there are more and more of these posts lately. It wasn't like this a couple of years ago when I first signed on to Micechat and it sure wasn't like this about 5 years ago when I would visit the website. I didn't open up an account back then because I didn't think I would be very active, but I did enjoy the website.



    How times have changed overall.

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  • Rex Dopey24
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    micechat helps me stay happy when i am feeling bored

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  • JerrodDRagon
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    Sad.....when either people just except the crap Disney sells up too much....or bags on little things that mean really nothing

    I try to like many things like Carsland...Buena Vista Street or Star Tour..but hate things like unfair price increases...holiday parties that dont offer enough....and Jack on Pirates

    I do my best to be fair but sometimes Disney surprises me....in good ways and bad ways

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  • lou_mom
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    It depends on the day. I am not planning a trip as of right now cause of finances. I get sad cause I see all the places I so desperately miss and know it will be awhile before I can get to see them. i get happy when I read trip reports and see all the wonderful pictures people post. I love living vicarously thru others. I sometimes avoid certain posts cause I know that they may be critical of DL and I don't want to hear it. I know that DL is not perfect and has flause in it structure ( painting, walkways, ect) and not all CMs are perfect but Like I say when tabloid post pics of celebs that are without make up or have fat, THey are human and real people so of course they have the same problems like the rest of us. DL is like any other place in that respect, Time and wear and tear takes it's toll and needs repairs. I don't need to read about them. DL for me is the magic, the feeling of complete acceptance and complete peace. I feel as if I am home. Reading posts on Micechat helps bring some of that feeling into my home miles (In Tucson, AZ) from DL.

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  • BlAcKoUt510
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    Originally posted by frollofan View Post
    I get sad when I read posts that are rude or overly critical in nature, or when I get negative reputation. lol. I get happy when someone posts some nice pictures from their recent trip, or when any good news comes up.
    ^

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  • Popcornballs
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    How about a third choice: Amused.

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  • smartlabelprint
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    I'll be on the site to share my trip report but after that I've got to stay off unless I've got another trip already in the works.

    It's kind of like the "desire of the eyes" kind of thing. If I see it and think about it all the time I'll go, even if I can't "afford" it. =) Not good for an accountant to do!

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  • Slappypunk
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    It all depends on the subject. Of course I'm happy when I come on here but when I see rude comments on here it makes me frustrated.

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  • Stormy
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    I'm pretty much the only one in my family/circle of friends who is a Disneyphile. Our trip was wonderful and glorious and stupendous and and..you get the picture. Thing is, no one around me really 'gets' why I loved it so much and why I could turn around tomorrow & go again. They don't make fun of it or denigrate my love of Disney or anything, it's seriously beyond their comprehension that a 57 year old woman would get so excited at 'a place that's for kids'.

    So, MiceChat makes me VERY HAPPY after my trip because if I want to share a trip report, cute story, or emotional experience that I had at DLR I know that MiceChatters will listen and appreciate. And, even though I know it'll probably be 2 years before we'll be back, I still enjoy reading about everyone's excitement about upcoming trips or their joy in sharing their trip reports.

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