[QUOTE=ARIEL;982680]Mickeybug I do see what you are saying and of course there are groups out there who are polite and curteous to those around but you try telling a 6 year old child or similar age as to why all those people have just cut in front of her while she has been patient and well behaved for her turn to ride/see the attraction. I can assure you it does not go down well and quite frankly this should not happen. Whether you are a group of 4 or a group of 40, your party should be ready to get in line together or be prepared to seperate. The only ‘holding ones place in line’ that I would ever consider to be tolerated is if you are in line and your child suddenly decides to pick that moment to need the bathroom. Then, of course I would not hesitate to let them back in line but just because you have people who don’t wish to wait in the line for fear that they may get bored etc is just not ok in my personal opinion. Those who cannot contain themselves and wait patiently quite simply should be looked after by someone else and not go on the ride.
it is just not fair on those who are waiting.
…but I still love ya Mickeybug! :happy:[/QUOTE]
I tend to agree with you Ariel. Its just like when you check in for Adrs, if your entire party is not present, you are not supposed to check in.
It is very hard to explain it to a child, that has been waiting very patiently, why it was ok for the group of 20 to cut in line in front of us. It happens repeatedly on the standby line for Soarin’.:frown: