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  • SkittlesMcGee943
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    Re: finding love at disneyland

    Originally posted by SnowflakeSparks View Post
    SOMEONE HELP ME ITS CONTAGEOUS!


    probaly cause I never had a gf in my life. D:
    I feel bad for you. Don't you ever get like "lonely?" or "Left Out?" tehe! I know I do sometimes!
    Last edited by SkittlesMcGee943; 10-17-2007, 06:43 PM.

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  • TrojanSkippa
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    Originally posted by Jennidisneyfer View Post
    Oh for the love of Pete, get a room already! :judge:
    Facts About Pete:

    Energetic and charismatic seventh-year USC head football coach Pete Carroll quickly restored the glory of the Trojan football program and has returned Troy to national prominence.
    He is 65-12 (84.4%) in 6 years (2001-2006) as a college head coach (all at USC), the best winning percentage of any current Division I coach with at least 5 years of experience. He reached 50 career USC wins faster than any head coach in Trojan history. His losses have been by a total of 51 points (4.3 average) and only 1 was by more than a touchdown (it was by 11 points). After starting off his Trojan career 2-5, he has gone 63-7 (90.0%) with a pair of national championships (2003-04). He is 42-7 in Pac-10 games, giving him an 85.7% winning mark (a league record). He is 20-0 in November. He has 24 victories over AP Top 25 teams (24-6 overall, 80.0%). His teams have won 56 of their last 60 games and been ranked in the AP Top 10 for the past 56 games. His teams have won an unprecedented 5 consecutive Pac-10 titles, had 4 straight AP Top 4 finishes and appeared in a record 5 consecutive BCS bowls (including a pair of BCS Championship Games). USC's 13 (2004), 25 (2003-04 and 2004-05), 37 (2003-05), 48 (2002-05 and 2003-06) and 59 (2002-05 and 2003-06) wins represent the winningest periods in Trojan history. Troy's 11 wins in each of the past 5 seasons is a school record (only Nebraska 1993-97, Florida State 1996-2000 and Oklahoma 2000-04 have done that). Under Carroll, USC is riding winning streaks in a Pac-10 record 33 consecutive home games, a Pac-10 record 23 consecutive league home games, 20 November games, 10 September games, 10 non-conference home games and 6 non-conference road games (not including 4 neutral site contests). His USC teams also had a number of since-broken other winning streaks: a Pac-10-record 34 overall games, a Pac-10-record 27 Pac-10 games, a school-record 18 road games (not including 4 neutral site contests), 18 October games, 16 non-conference games, 16 games against AP Top 25 teams and a school-record 13 Pac-10 road games. His Trojans also set a no-longer-active NCAA record by scoring at least 20 points in 63 consecutive games. USC was AP's No. 1 team for a national-record 33 straight polls (including 2 pre-season polls). He has gone 9-1 against traditional rivals Notre Dame and UCLA :sc:
    Last edited by TrojanSkippa; 10-17-2007, 06:08 PM.

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  • JimiThing
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    I used to hang out at in Tomorrowland when I was in high school (15 years ago) because I was cool *eye roll*. (I apologize because I those kids bug me now..well the obnoxious, rude ones.) We'd usually always meet a group of guys to hang out with and go on rides. I did date one guy for awhile but it didn't work out.

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  • TrojanSkippa
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    P.S. There are CMs who come to the SR meets...
    I'll be at the next SR meet I think....


    I'm just saying.

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  • TikiRoomLiz
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    Originally posted by Duck44 View Post
    The above sentence is Creepy. I also love to capitalize Certain words.

    If any girls Out there love Creepy Capitalization then lets Hook up.
    You had me at Creepy ... :lol:

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  • SnowflakeSparks
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    Originally posted by aashee View Post


    It's catchy, be careful.
    SOMEONE HELP ME ITS CONTAGEOUS!


    Anyways, as response to the creepy statment; Its a bit creppy if you've never done it before, but less creepy if you have done it, or not even creepy at all! I don't find it creepy and I've never done it, probaly cause I never had a gf in my life. D:

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  • StitchTT6
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    I am a proud member of the single riders! I not yet met "The Man Of My Dreams" but I attend most of the single riders meets and have made some very close friends...both guys & gals! Join us sometime! You'll have a blast!

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  • missmonkey
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    Originally posted by startours1 View Post
    Also, does it matter if I'm a little on the chubby side? Like 260 pounds chubby side? . . . Anyways, what are your thoughts on that?
    Never mind what anyone else feels about how you look. You have to be happy with it in order for anyone else to be. Look, this sounds corny, I know. I also know that it's easier said than done. But if you like how you look now, own it, baby! If you don't like it, change it. Look at the couples around you at, say, Disneyland, perhaps. They come in all shapes and sizes. I think that's the best proof that there's someone for everyone.

    Make sure you get to a meet and concentrate on getting to know the incredibly nice people there. I finally jumped into the pool during the Gay Days meet and I'm glad I did. They promised they wouldn't bite and they didn't!

    See you at the next Single Riders meet, startours1.

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  • WarriorPoets
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    Well... I met a girl through a non-Disney message board and we met up at a Star Wars convention in May 2002. She came out to California and we arranged a dinner date at Disneyland the day after Christmas 2002.

    Long story short, dinner turned into 5 hours in the park, email and letter exchanges and a few other park dates. We fell for each other and I popped the question in April of last year and we're planning the wedding for next June with, hopefully, honeymooning at WDW.

    That answer your question?

    Originally posted by startours1 View Post
    Everyone is always telling me that maybe going to disneyland often is a good thing because I might find a date while I'm there. My question is.... is that possible to do? Has anyone ever fell in love with someone else on a trip to disneyland? If so how did it happen? That would be my year of a million dreams come true. Find love at disneyland. Has anyone ever found love on micechat?

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  • Opus1guy
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    Originally posted by disneysnout View Post
    This Thread is getting really Creepy....how about finding Love First, that would be a good start. Go to Disneyland looking for girls is Creepy.
    The chronology of Love can often be mysterious and diverse. Some of the longest-term relationships started out as pure "pick-ups" for a "quick fling"...and turned into the strongest and longest relationships ever. Still other times casual and unplanned meetings can blossom into Love over a longer period of time.

    Love can't tell what time it is, nor does it know how to read a calendar. One can fall in Love before the first kiss, and other times Love comes later after kicking the tires or a few test drives.

    Nor is shared interests a prerequisite to successful Love. Personally, I've found soul-mates with different interests (and even political and religious beliefs) to be much more interesting and compatible (a feeling many of them seem to share). I get to share my interests/beliefs with them...they get to share their interests/beliefs with me. Being around a totally like-minded person could be rather taxing and unchallenging (read: boring) after a time, IMHO.

    In a bevy of beauties ...I'm afraid I'd probably gravitate to the woman with a chip on her shoulder about Disney. Not necessarily to try to change her mind about it. But perhaps to help her better understand other's passion for the subject. And that might lead to other passions...if you get my drift.

    Going to Disneyland to try to find Love with those that also are nuts about Disney...well...that sounds a little creepy to me. But more power to you all!!!

    Originally posted by DizDee View Post
    OPUS!!!! Summer of 1970 - was that YOU! :blush: :lol:
    Yes it was. And you never called or wrote like you promised. I still feel so cheap.

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  • Duck44
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    Ladies,

    I Can express love AND frustration using CAPS.

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  • aashee
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    Originally posted by Duck44 View Post
    The above sentence is Creepy. I also love to capitalize Certain words.

    If any girls Out there love Creepy Capitalization then lets Hook up.


    It's catchy, be careful.

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  • Duck44
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    Originally posted by disneysnout View Post
    This Thread is getting really Creepy....how about finding Love First, that would be a good start. Go to Disneyland looking for girls is Creepy.
    The above sentence is Creepy. I also love to capitalize Certain words.

    If any girls Out there love Creepy Capitalization then lets Hook up.

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  • DizDee
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    Originally posted by disneysnout View Post
    This Thread is getting really Creepy....how about finding Love First, that would be a good start. Go to Disneyland looking for girls is Creepy.
    Really?!?! As opposed to what, meeting someone in a smoke filled, creepy bar? :unsure: inch:

    I couldn't think of a better or more fun atmosphere to meet someone.

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  • MarenBoBarren
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    I dont know about going there specifically looking for romance....but hey finding it while your there.....thats a great thing!

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  • aashee
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    Originally posted by disneysnout View Post
    This Thread is getting really Creepy....how about finding Love First, that would be a good start. Go to Disneyland looking for girls is Creepy.

    Libido is timeless, placeless, boundless.

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  • DizDee
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    Originally posted by Opus1guy View Post

    Another popular thing back then was something that was known as "Line Chumming." This took place in any number of long switch-back queues where you passed the same people over and over again as you went forward and back in the long lines. You saw someone you liked coming toward you and said "Hi." Then in a few minutes you saw them again and said something else and perhaps had time to chat as the line stalled briefly. By the 3rd pass you were usually set and had someone nice to sit in your lap and hug on the Matterhorn.
    OPUS!!!! Summer of 1970 - was that YOU! :blush: :lol:

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  • fo'c's'le swab
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    Originally posted by Duck44 View Post
    I like it when you talk dirty.

    "I say, did I hear someone mention 'dirty talk'? I wish MiceChat was one gigantic _____, so I could keep it with me, inside, all the time...hehe...don't tell mummy..."

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  • disneysnout
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    This Thread is getting really Creepy....how about finding Love First, that would be a good start. Go to Disneyland looking for girls is Creepy.

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  • Duck44
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    Originally posted by fo'c's'le swab View Post

    "You all make me sick with your 'sugar-sweet' hand-holdin' nancy-boy little squealings about 'love', and togetherness. You should all just get a room--one FAR AWAY from MINE!"
    I like it when you talk dirty.

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