-Dodging big, bulky backpacks as they swing around in line
-Being stuck in line next to someone eating a turkey leg
I get irritated when people run to the tram after the final boarding announcement has been made. I'm almost certain that there's another tram right behind us or on the right side of the tram station.
It's 10x worse during grad nites.
Something that bothers me even though I know it's silly that I allow it to, is when people confuse the castles. Especially people who boast about their Disneyland expertise. I don't think I know more about Disneyland than the average person, so when someone is being arrogant and getting the castle wrong at the same time, it really makes my blood boil.
I also can't stand merchandise or shopping bags that say Disney Parks and don't feature the correct castle. I don't know why but I like feeling like I'm getting unique merchandise that correlates to the specific park I'm experiencing. Even the paper napkins and cups that say Disney Parks irritate me.
This is a personal gripe, but I cannot stand when my daughter says she has to go potty right when we are almost on the ride. If I take her seriously and we get out of line just in case, she usually gets into the bathroom and then says she doesn't have to go anymore. It always stresses me out though because I don't know if I she's telling a lie or not, and I'm scared to gamble and have her pee on the ride.:unsure::bang:
It doesn't drive me crazy, but hearing some of the on-the-fly monickers placed on park locations by guests does make me give that squinty grin we all get when we hear a bad joke.
Heard this one just last week by an annoyed family just outside of a closed Hungry Bear:
"Looks like the only place to get a cheeseburger now is back in 'Space Town'".
Cussing in Disneyland. Especially loudly.
A few things:
1. People who loudly speak the entire Haunted Mansion elevator dialogue in the elevator. Nobody cares that you have it all memorized. It's just annoying. -.-
2. Groups that stop in the middle of crowded areas to talk to each other.
3. When adults pull that rope in the Indy line when there are actual kids next to them trying to get to it but can't, because the older person won't let go. :/
Aside from my usual whine... line jumpers, flash in dark rides (pushing, running), over loud audio...
people who try to make it sound that those of us who love going to Disneyland are missing something....
I have to be polite about it but I want to say...
like roaming South Coast Plaza, buying $500 purses is..... more fun?
I'll take "Dead men tell no tales...." (and a pirate back pack) any day over a day at the mall
People who worry about places to charge their phones. My phone stays charged for over a week. Maybe some people should look into getting one like mine, it's a Jitterbug.