Because it soon won't be standard, and we all have to adapt to drinking lidless as we already do at home, in bars, at non-fast-food restaurants, etc. (I've already acknowledged that they need to provide cups that are designed to be used without lids. People are right to complain about that.)I don’t think your home is a commercial food establishment- it’s standard to be given drinks with lids at any major fast food / coffee shop, etc.
So…. Why should things be different at Disney?
They're already banned in France (and probably other countries too, though France is the one I know about because I travelled there this summer). People there are handling it just fine, including at Disneyland Paris.Doubtful. The lid wasn’t invented for fun - it serves a very practical purpose.
I didn’t realize the USA was known for following in the footsteps of the French lolThey're already banned in France (and probably other countries too, though France is the one I know about because I travelled there this summer). People there are handling it just fine, including at Disneyland Paris.
This is what would makes sense to me.It takes no effort for the person who is handing you the drink to ask if you need a straw. See the difference? By asking, it let's the guest know that they're available. By hiding them behind the counter and not offering, the guest will quite possibly assume that there are none to be had.
See now THIS is a problem. Folks are saying, bla,bla, there is no problem, just ask for lids and straws, bla,bla, and this is actual proof there are no lids.this was my experience over Labor Day weekend. Every place we asked said that they did not have any lids.
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