Space Mountain is one that I avoid period. And it bugs me because when I was younger, I avoided it like the plague, but then went on it as an adult and loved it. Now, I just can't stand the headache afterwards. I can still do Indy, Big Thunder, and the Matterhorn but in Indy I start to get headaches. I will do Star Tours, but really shouldn't, but the update is just so cool and I always hope for Vader and the Wookie planet! *lol*
Luigi's Flying Tires (lol just kidding I never enjoyed this one)
The subs used to be one of my favorite rides.
I used to love the People Mover, but I havn't been on it in a while. Did they move the entrance? I keep looking every time I go, but can't seem to find it. I'll keep looking though and pass the word along if I find it... :p
I tend to avoid Fantasyland in general. I did it both trips this year because I went with people who wanted to spend the time in the land, but I usually skip it. Too many strollers and kids that run into you. The only thing I never skip in Fantasyland is Mr. Toad's Wild Ride.
I also avoid ToonTown almost every trip. I like Roger Rabbit's Car Toon Spin a lot but I learned the secret to only go on it at night after the parade and/or fireworks are over. ToonTown is a ghost town after then. I walked right on Roger Rabbit and the Gadget Coaster last month at about 8:30pm.
Not sure. I'm still getting on lots of rides, and still avoiding ones I know I'll be getting sick (Star Tours, ToT, California Screamin', Silly Symphony Swings). My daughter keeps me busy getting on as many rides as possible during our visits.
There are several rides I don't go on, but none of them fall into the category of "used to like" except Matterhorn.
I also adore Peter Pan's Flight, but rarely ride it due to the long line. Same goes for Alice.
Tea Cups, but I never liked them..
Peter Pan is one, mostly because the wait time with very little enjoyment involved. I can go stand in line for 45 minutes and zoom around space!
There's a few that I tend to shy away from, but it's not so much "avoid" for any particular reason..
Winnie The Pooh comes to mind. Doesn't interest me. And apparently no one else on the planet.
Storybook Land, I usually have a hard time getting people to ride it with me.. and I don't want to be that "one guy" who ends up on the boat by himself.
Dumbo, seriously.. I haven't been on that thing since I was at least 9 or something. Only did Astro Orbitor once just to say I did it.
Without a doubt, the best part of the ride.