I did, just once! Less than a minute after they joined the queue, a younger couple came after and joined. The Andersons then offered the couple to cut them, but they politely declined. The offer turned into a demand and the young couple made it clear that they were fine with going on after them and actually wanted to go on last. I kindly told the Andersons that they couldn’t force the couple to go before them and since they got into the queue after them, they had every right to be the last ones to ride. Instead of being mature, the Andersons left the queue altogether. They would have rathered not ride at all than ride and not be the last ones. Absolutely ridiculous and immature. And they had to have been in their 60s when I was working there.
I haven't paid much attention or luckily just missed out....until my last visit. While my granddaughters were waiting to meet Donald Duck, the adult in front of us with a professional camera started talking to Donald as if he was a real person. He then asked Donald to do a disappointed look or pose while he snapped photos. He was very happy with the results but really creeped me out.