I have been trying to come up with an excuse to visit Disneyland Paris as an adult in my 20s. My niece seems to feel too old to go at about 12 years old, and lives in Normandy. So, I may need to import some young family members from other parts of the world who fall into the target demography. A good friend of mine who lives in in London but is travelling the world with work and other real world responsibilities is my only other hope of having company to justify going to Disneyland. Her and I are barely out of our teens and would not stick out in any way. 🙂
I will not even consider my partner at this point. His intransigence on this matter has been, frankly speaking, unacceptable. He has even quoted scripture to remind me to put away childish things. So, he is out of the picture.
The task at hand is figuring out a way to go to Disney, have a blast, and not let the fact that I clearly have unresolved issues from my childhood show too strongly.
I’ve also discovered that in visiting Disney I will make a valuable contribution to the economy of the region, to the lives of employees of Disneyland Paris and contribute to future economic development (see video below). Now, armed with this compelling awareness of my potential impact, I believe I will be able to find other responsible citizens with whom to make a contribution to the future of the Parisian region and maybe even the world.