DisneyWorld Quick Tips – Autographs
For kids some of the greatest experiences at Disney World is when they can meet their favorite Disney Characters. To be able to go up and hug Mickey, get tickled by Donald, or chew on his Pluto’s nose makes for lifelong memories. To add to the excitement many people get autographs to save and relive the moment when they are needing some Disney Magic at home.
Today’s Quick Tip is a sorta hybrid tip/rule to make the Disney Character Autograph experience enjoyable for everyone. It will speed things along for your child to spend a few more moments with the Disney Character and prevent people behind you from becoming irritated while waiting on you.
Sharpies work the best!
I have found that one of the best things for the characters to write with are the new Sharpie Markers with the click top on them. Mickey and the Gang had no problem hanging onto the Sharpie and clicking the top when they were finished on our last vacation. Don’t make the character fumble around to try to sign they autograph because in the end your child is the one that suffers from a bad autograph.
Have the page ready!
It makes things so much easier for everyone if you have the page and autograph book ready when walking up. It would drive me crazy when I see parents just hand the characters the autograph book and a pen and watch the train wreck that would follow.
It is hard work for Pluto to thumb through and even see your autograph book, anyone who has received his autograph knows how he has to sign it..on his nose. Do him, myself, and everyone else a favor and while you are waiting in line have all that ready for them. As stated earlier the faster they can sign the autograph the more time for pictures and for spending time with you and your little ones.