10 ways to know you are a Disney addict

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Everyone loves the feelgood factor of a Disney film and sure, a pair of Mickey Mouse ears can look cute, but does your passion for Walt D’s wonderful world run deeper?

There’s Disney love and there’s crazy-obsessed Disney mania. See which side of the line you fall on with our 10 ways to know if you’re a Disney addict.
Frozen Olaf
You see that Frozen’s Olaf the snowman has been created into an all-singing, all-dancing soft toy and think, FANTASTIC! What’s not to love? 
Ultimate Disney

When you’re stuck in traffic, nothing cheers you up better than your Disney playlist. The jolliness of the Jungle Book’s Bare Necessities never fails. 

Elsa Doll
You seriously consider paying over the odds (and we mean in the hundreds) for a Limited Edition sold out Disney Frozen coronation Elsa Doll. It’s a Disney investment, you say.
Mickey Cutter
Since visiting Disneyland you can only enjoy your ice cream, biscuits, toast and pancakes in Mickey Mouse form, so you bought the Mickey cutter to recreate the experience at home. Everyday.
Disney Princess
Your daughter now owns the entire range of Disney Princess dresses, but you secretly want the Elsa dress with flowing train, for yourself. Let It Go, baby.
Disney trivia board game
You own the Wonderful World Of Disney Trivia Board game. Fun for all the family, except that mainly means you.
Fancy dress party outfit
When you are invited to a fancy dress party the outfit it is a no brainer, you’ll always be a Disney character.
eBay Disneyana
eBay’s Disneyana section is so tempting that you can only allow yourself to visit it once a month. Especially now your collectables are bursting out of the spare room, living room and downstairs loo.
Mickey Mouse ears
Everything looks better with Mickey Mouse ears. Phones, clothes, cakes, jumpers, cufflinks, everything.
Disney DVDs
You own the complete Disney collection on DVD and are now working on your Disney Blu-Ray set.
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