Don’t be that guy at Disney World

 

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Don’t be that guy!

We have some park etiquette and tips to not be that guy.

Chris was too poor to get to go to Disney as a child and she shares her heart felt experience as she judges other Mom’s that discipline their children in public at Walt Disney World.  That, plus so much more on Mouse Chat.


 

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Author: Steve Griswold

Steve Griswold - You can follow Steve Griswold and "The Real Life Griswold Family" here on Mouse Chat - a Weekly Disney Podcast covering everything from Disney World, Disneyland and Disney Cruise Line. Also follow the Griswold Road Trips - Disney Edition show at: www.GriswoldFamilyVacations.com and on Twitter and Instagram @GriswoldVac Media Contact: Steve Griswold Phone: 678-815-1584 Email: Steve@MouseChat.net

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  1. I have to mention something that repeatedly happens at Disney…and it’s when that one guy is waiting in line in front of you and then right when it’s time to board the ride, the rest of his family of 8 “joins” him by cutting in line! I’ve had Cast Members try to intervene on our behalf when they see this happen, but it can escalate quickly and just turn into a scene. Just don’t cut in line, people!

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