Being short is your pet peeve?Or the ones with the backpacks so large they have no idea how often they are hitting people in the face with it while standing in line. Being short, that's a huuuuge peeve of mine!
You are creating drama where there is none... No one made you separate from your teen daughter and if you ever encounter it you can explain that you are scared she will be kidnapped and killed. I'm sure they will not drag her away.
I wonder what you'll do when she becomes an adult...
guest unfriendly policy
1. People with kids carrying loads of crap into the park is more of an internet meme than a thing that happens in real life. Some people bring way too much stuff in the park, but that's definitely not limited to parents with diaper-age kids.
Did you miss where I said if you're scared then dont do it.... if someone approached her directly as the OP claims she could easily explain and as you pointed out they are push overs so they wouldnt drag her daughter away.This is the place that allows guests to basically assault employees without issue.. refuses to enforce problems with line jumpers which would improve life for everyone... refuses to stand up to shoplifters... but damn well they better be given no crap when they insist families split up because of open space at the security tables??
Seriously? How are you or anyone else supposed to know why some people may not want to separate?
It's just stupid to try to eek out this kind of efficiency over something that really can only cause more harm than good.
They have the general announcement all the time. If you really do not want to split up then DON'T.
Again.. bad customer service. Guests shouldn't be told 'stand your ground' to have to correct what is a bad customer service policy to start with. You're making the customer create conflict... for something that shouldn't be a conflict to start with.
Man.. it's almost like people forget Disney used to be the example for customer service... not simply the pushover in customer relations.
Being short can be annoying lol. Not sure I like being challenged thoughBeing short is your pet peeve?
Sorry, Just kidding.
My wife, daughter, and sister are all vertically challenged.
They hate getting hit with those monster backpacks, too.
But they “gently nudge” (I won’t say hit) those people.
Bag lines used to be such a breeze. Security just glancing to make sure you didn't have like sticks of dynamite or an AK-47 but now many of them think they're cops. My friend literally had his retainer case opened and his retainer fondled. What is the point of that? These aren't cops who should be searching for drugs. It's there for security theater.
Your examples proved my point. Yes, lots of people bring too much crap. The myth I was referencing is that it's limited to people with strollers.Yeah, that whole wagon thing was totally made up... oh and don't forget the coolers... totally photoshopped.. and stroller size limits, totally a 'aliens are real' thing... came out of the blue!
Those things became peeves because they were real - not manufactured.
Your examples proved my point. Yes, lots of people bring too much crap. The myth I was referencing is that it's limited to people with strollers.
Is this about having two lines being faster than everyone in one line and isn't this the argument being used on FP+ ? Alternatively, if there is a good reason to stay together or, for instance, if one in your group could not get an FP for a ride, does Disney allow you to stay together or force your to separate?
If my group wanted to ride soarin together and one of us didn’t have a fastpass, we could choose to wait in the standby line together. The option is there for the guest to choose what they wish to do.
So, does Disney FORCE you to separate or do they "strongly prefer" that you separate?
You’re making a big deal out of nothing. The whole point of a no bag line is to reduce the crowding at the bag checks.I’ve seen this at both Epcot and studios, security is now forcing guests without bags to use the no-bag line. I have a big problem with this. This morning for example going into Epcot I was forced to separate from my mom... we should be able to wait together if we want, it makes for a calmer entrance for us. I can’t imagine families would like to be separated first thing in the morning.... I also noticed half of the bag check lines were closed so I’m guessing this is to reduce security staffing?
Just to be clear... I was told by security that I had to use the no bag line. There was no option. Obviously I wasn’t gonna argue with them, not worth that to ruin a Disney day, but I really don’t like this.
You’re making a big deal out of nothing. The whole point of a no bag line is to reduce the crowding at the bag checks.
but even in the passholder lines people go so slow.
I'm quite sure that a good amount of the guests in the passholder line are not passholders. There's no other explanation for all of the "first timer" confusion.Passholder line is one to avoid ... It is the slowest and has the most blue ringers....