[QUOTE=alicefan;1050377]Just wanted to say that I was astounded this week as rudeness was at an all-time high. Of course it did not ruin anything for us, I just can’t believe some people.
First of all - farting in line and in a resturaunt is NOT okay. Okay? Especially if you are a grown up! :blow::blow::blow:
Second, PLEASE DO NOT EVER TOUCH A PERSON’S CHILD. Especially mine. I am like a mamma lion. I will rip you apart. During the one time that we were in a horrible crowd leaving the MK my DH and I had our DS in the middle of us, hand-in-hand, walking in a row. A woman and her teenage daughter were trying to cut through us and actually took my son’s hand and tried to seperate it from my husband’s. I will not go into the rest but, are you serious?!?!?!??!
Five minutes after that a man told his stupid wife really loudly that he couldn’t get to her side of the street to see the parade better because people were holding hands and he couldn’t get through. I had choice words that time as well.
Then today, a girl was sitting we her legs across the steps leading to Splash Mt. Um - WHAT??? People were stepping over her! I said to my husband, “That’s a great place to sit” and she yelled at me, “HEY, youse got somethin’ tah say to me”? :laugh: Um yeah, I do do. “You are a stupid idiot and your parents should be ashamed.” What is with people???
At Earl of sandwhich my son and I were at the little area where you get napkins and stuff. My pet peeve anywhere is someone reaching into my space. What makes you think you can put your arm over across where I am? My family doesn’t even do that at the dinner table because it is basic etiquette. This sweaty, big hairy monster man put his armpit right over my sons head and almost hit me in the face to get himself a straw. No excuse me, no waiting until we were done - just did it. Again, I had to say something. :redface:
Thanks for reading.:ph34r:[/QUOTE]
I can’t even imagine how someone begins to believe that it’s OK to try and take a child’s hand out of their parents hand:eek: