On our family vacation to Disneyland this past Christmas, my mom has Plantar Fascitis. We were given a handicap pass because her doctor recommended she not stand for long periods of time. They didn't care about her doctor's note even though we had it, and gave us a pass. We were having a good time, until we went to ride the Matterhorn. You see, our family has a mom, a dad, and five children. Which makes seven. Handicap passes are only good for letting 6 members of your party onto the ride, the Matterhorn cast member explained, and one of us would have to go to the back of the line.
We thought this was a bit ridiculous, since we were clearly a family and not some scammers trying to get their friends on a ride. But we all went to the back of the line because we didn't want to argue, rules are rules. But they let my family on other rides and didn't care that we had a large family.
Anybody else have a similar experience? I'm not sure how they could handle this in the future properly, because I do see that the rule exists because people would try and mess with the system and find loopholes. But I don't think larger families should be discriminated against, at the same time.