Thanks, on behalf of all Brazilian CMs.Brazilian CM's are great. :king: Non-Disney, my Ohio daughter went for an "informational" interview with a (new to the hospital she works for) brain surgeon from Brazil. She said he was very nice and asked her to be his secretary. Tour Groups, I was young once. As some have posted, some(many?) of our own American groups of young people are worse.
They actually don't do that. The Tour Leaders personally go to the FP Machines with a big stack of entry tickets and feed those to the machine one by one. So if you see someone with a flag on a FP machine, run to the next one, because you will be waiting for a long time. :lol:Imagine the line at the fastpass booth as 100 people stand there feeding their card thru!!
As I said, I kind of like it. It reminds me of watching the Brazilian fans samba down University Avenue in Palo Alto, towards Stanford Stadium for the two group matches they played there during the '94 World Cup. Good times!Do they know how ignorant and disrepctful they sound when they are doing their little chants?
That's true, and it's the reason all the "Brazilian Tour Group" comments really aren't racist. Nobody is angry that Brazilians are in WDW; everyone gets annoyed with the large groups of loud, chanting, cheering, neon-wearing teenagers hollering in the Haunted Mansion, jumping out of attraction vehicles, and chanting through the Soarin' queue.Thanks, on behalf of all Brazilian CMs.
As I said on another thread, I think Brazil gets the "credit" because most of the tour groups come from here, but if you group a bunch of teenagers together there will be chaos regardless of the place where they come from. It is only natural.
Cool, thanks To answer about 'hate' I have nothing against South Americans, I do dislike a big crowd of people who run around like they are the only people there and being rude and arrogant. I don't care where they came from.Yes, they're all gone by September... I don't think I've ever seen a tour group of any kind during Sept.!?!
Do these groups tend to thin out in late July?
I can tell you that if anybody's using a preshow area for nappy time when I'm there this weekend, my size-13 feet are going to be stepping on them.1) Castmembers need to be more assertive when groups are all lying on the floor in waiting areas, which prevents crowds from entering attractions. For example, there was a huge tour group laying/sleeping on the floor in the preshow area of The Voyage of The Little Mermaid. There was not enough room for people to enter the preshow area. The castmembers did nothing.