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  1. 24

    Joey

    It’s like right around that time all the kids start crying in Fantasyland because they can’t have a 3 buck slushie in a Tinkerbell cup lol.

  2. 23

    Lowag22

    hehehehe………memories

  3. 22

    Kellie

     Sometimes it’s impossible not to be the “Excuse me” person. I have a 3 and 4 year old and if I’ve stood in line for an hour and right before we get to the end one of them tells me they need to use the potty, you can bet that I’m not standing in that line again. I’m going to excuse my way back to the front. 🙂

  4. 21

    Jill

    The guests who are so large that they cannot walk around the park and ride those scooters! Most times they are completely oblivious to anyone trying to walk around them, go too fast, as to run over anyone in their path, or go excruciatingly slow, so no one can get around them.

  5. 20

    Disney Diva

    Did not know this existed but its extremely well written Chris!!

  6. 19

    Jill

    One of the most annoying guests to me, are the ones who are too large to walk around the park, and ride the motorized scooter. Most are totally oblivious to those around them, and you cant get by them! And a lot of times, they don’t care who they displace, or if they almost run over you!

  7. 18

    Jessica Pagan

    You described my BIL down to a T!!!! Right up to the golf course! Thankfully, we only had to deal with him on 1 park day and the rest of the time he did spend at the golf course.

  8. 17

    Yourcousininmiami

    The most annoying Disney park guest is the one who has a double wide stroller a couple of other kids and Grandma & Grandpa too, and they are all standing side by side taking up every available space in a walking area going very slowly… or worse yet stopping!

    Next most annoying guest stops right in front of you in a swiftly moving walkway area to look at a map, you nearly run into them!

    Next annoying guest is a “left walker”. This is the United States, we drive on the right, we walk on the right. But there are those guests that in a walkway where people are flowing the “right” way in both directions that just have to buck the traffic and walk in to you coming from the left side!

  9. 16

    Cyndi

    LOL I have been the Angry parent….. LOL Especially when the afternoon meltdown comes. You know sometime between 3:00 and 5:00 when it seems all the kids have a melt down…. LOL. Luckily our son didn’t have one last visit. The one good thing about our babies growing up.

  10. 15

    Meredith

    Guests to add to the list: Included with the line cutter should be the guest who cuts in line by saying, “Excuse me, excuse me, excuse me. My party is up ahead” while working his way up the line, passing everyone. They should all stay together or the people at the front of the line should step aside and wait for the missing member.
    Large groups of tourists who chant obnoxiously.
    PS – these people can be added to the line cutters as they are known to do this.
    Finally, runner guy. You know him, the one who runs to be first in line, weaving and dodging dangerously at park opening.

  11. 14

    Meredith

    Guests to add to the list: Included with the line cutter should be the guest who cuts in line by saying, “Excuse me, excuse me, excuse me. My party is up ahead” while working his way up the line, passing everyone. They should all stay together or the people at the front of the line should step aside and wait for the missing member.
    Large groups of tourists who chant obnoxiously.
    PS – these people can be added to the line cutters as they are known to do this.
    Finally, runner guy. You know him, the one who runs to be first in line, weaving and dodging dangerously at park opening.

  12. 13

    Meredith

    Guests to add to the list: Included with the line cutter should be the guest who cuts in line by saying, “Excuse me, excuse me, excuse me. My party is up ahead” while working his way up the line, passing everyone. They should all stay together or the people at the front of the line should step aside and wait for the missing member.
    Large groups of tourists who chant obnoxiously.
    PS – these people can be added to the line cutters as they are known to do this.
    Finally, runner guy. You know him, the one who runs to be first in line, weaving and dodging dangerously at park opening.

  13. 12

    Meredith

    Guests to add to the list: Included with the line cutter should be the guest who cuts in line by saying, “Excuse me, excuse me, excuse me. My party is up ahead” while working his way up the line, passing everyone. They should all stay together or the people at the front of the line should step aside and wait for the missing member.
    Large groups of tourists who chant obnoxiously.
    PS – these people can be added to the line cutters as they are known to do this.
    Finally, runner guy. You know him, the one who runs to be first in line, weaving and dodging dangerously at park opening.

  14. 11

    Meredith

    Guests to add to the list: Included with the line cutter should be the guest who cuts in line by saying, “Excuse me, excuse me, excuse me. My party is up ahead” while working his way up the line, passing everyone. They should all stay together or the people at the front of the line should step aside and wait for the missing member.
    Large groups of tourists who chant obnoxiously.
    PS – these people can be added to the line cutters as they are known to do this.
    Finally, runner guy. You know him, the one who runs to be first in line, weaving and dodging dangerously at park opening.

  15. 10

    Meredith

    Guests to add to the list: Included with the line cutter should be the guest who cuts in line by saying, “Excuse me, excuse me, excuse me. My party is up ahead” while working his way up the line, passing everyone. They should all stay together or the people at the front of the line should step aside and wait for the missing member.
    Large groups of tourists who chant obnoxiously.
    PS – these people can be added to the line cutters as they are known to do this.
    Finally, runner guy. You know him, the one who runs to be first in line, weaving and dodging dangerously at park opening.

  16. 9

    Meredith

    Guests to add to the list: Included with the line cutter should be the guest who cuts in line by saying, “Excuse me, excuse me, excuse me. My party is up ahead” while working his way up the line, passing everyone. They should all stay together or the people at the front of the line should step aside and wait for the missing member.
    Large groups of tourists who chant obnoxiously.
    PS – these people can be added to the line cutters as they are known to do this.
    Finally, runner guy. You know him, the one who runs to be first in line, weaving and dodging dangerously at park opening.

  17. 8

    Meredith

    Guests to add to the list: Included with the line cutter should be the guest who cuts in line by saying, “Excuse me, excuse me, excuse me. My party is up ahead” while working his way up the line, passing everyone. They should all stay together or the people at the front of the line should step aside and wait for the missing member.
    Large groups of tourists who chant obnoxiously.
    PS – these people can be added to the line cutters as they are known to do this.
    Finally, runner guy. You know him, the one who runs to be first in line, weaving and dodging dangerously at park opening.

  18. 7

    CoreyA

    You missed the “Happiest Place on Earth” parents. They’re the ones who have overtired children who really just need a nap, so they’re crying and the parents are yelling at them because they’re crying in the Happiest Place on Earth.

  19. 6

    Dreemfinder

    You missed my personal fave; The parents who drag their terrified child on a ride the kid does not want to go on, or — worse yet — who try to guilt their child into it.

  20. 5

    Joline

    In a slow moving crowd, the guy behind you that keeps bumping, no actually ramming, you with a stroller as if to make the crowd move along more quickly….yeah, that’s gonna work!

  21. 4

    Lynn Green Brooks

    Love it Love it. I also have a brother-in-law just like that lol

  22. 3

    Tabatha

    The guests that get me are the ones that absolutely INSIST on taking 50 pictures of the same pose- say with Mickey Mouse. Their child(ren) are standing there with stupid smiles on their faces because mom NEEDS to have 50 pictures of the same pose while everyone else in line is standing in the heat just to get one picture and an autograph. Take the picture maybe two and move on! The other one that gets me are the parents that HAVE to have a picture with Mickey even though their child is screaming and crying in fear. If the child doesn’t want to be near Mickey or any other character for that matter, walk away! And one more, the pushy parents that push their kids in front of yours to get the picture and autograph so they can run to the next one and do the same thing (when of course there’s no real line for the character). Look my kid was waiting just as long so just hold your horses. It’s just plain rude!

  23. 2

    Salvatore

    I have two types of annoying guests:
    #1 The flag family. Even though technically they arent a “family” but ever been “mushed” out of the way by a huge tour group in line for a ride. Then the all-mightly leader with the flag, for some reason, has the right to put all of her followers in line, in front of you and we are just supposed to accept the fact that since they are tourist we have to let them go ahead.
    #2 The High School Trip from Hell: I go to WDW every Feb/March. Last year i had the unpleasant time being there when numerous high school kids were on vacation to WDW. THey are loud, they make fun of the little kids with Mickey Ears on and they ruin your time and money that your spent. To them its a time to act immature and act “cool” in front of their friends. They dont seem to realize we spend thousands of dollars to have a good vacation not to have to discipline some kids from high school

  24. 1

    Rebecca Farrell

    Hilarious and SO true. On our recent trip, I watched a man try to bribe the hostess at La Hacienda San Angel so that he and his wife and teenage son could sit by the window to see Illuminations. It made me sick to my stomach, and embarassed the hostess, who refused the cash.

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