It has been suggested on MiceChat that Disney helps to foster some people's sense of entitlement by taking a "the customer's always right" approach, even to the point of breaking or bending its own rules for the purpose of increasing guest satisfaction. There have been discussions on "out of the blue" rule enforcement, such as enforcement of the SoCal 2-fer deal.
I'm starting this thread to foster discussion of Disneyland "rules" that are not typically enforced. Some of you may think that not enforcing some of the rules is a good thing, or that the park's been going to heck in a handbasket since they stopped enforcing the rule.
Are there rules you would like to see enforced? Or are you happy the way things are?
Oh, and keeping this out of the litter box may be a challenge, so let's try to keep it civil, OK.
I'll start off with the "no-outside food" rule. I think they should expand the picnic area and start enforcing this rule. That could reduce overcrowding at the in-park dining tables, in-park custodial expense, and remove the "bad show" of seeing a bag of food from some outside fast-food purveyor.