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    Anytime you put other people's feelings first, you are ok in my book. Good luck, and may the force be with you.


    This has been a Filmways presentation dahling.

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    Strollers don't bother me that much. The thing that really bothers me is the little kids who aren't watching where they are running and plow head first into my crotch. That's just painful. At least the strollers only get my legs and feet. I'd give anything to only have sore legs and feet during the day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twinmom
    I've read a few posts here mentioning "stroller etiqutte"; we'll be bringing our double umbrella stroller for our twins when we are there next week. What kind of etiquette are you talking about? :confused:
    If you feel a need to ask, you don't need to hear all the little peccadillos that are out there. You seem to have some good grey matter between your ears. Theat will tell you what you need to do. It was very nice of you asing.

    BTW, thank you for starting the stoller wars again....
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    Sorry for starting the war again!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Disney Lover
    I don't have children but I visited the park with some friends last year who have two kids, 3 and 1. Boy, I must say I have a new appreciation for parents with strollers. It's true, it's hard to work your way through crowded lanes and in lines for rides with those damn things. To any parents dealing with strollers and children, I applaud you...

    BUT...

    the parents who either use their strollers as weapons or are completely oblivious to those around them, really shouldn't be allowed in the park. This is what is meant by "stroller etiquette." Just like "cell phone etiquette." Not all people play by the rules of common courtesy and it's THOSE people I have an active problem with. They may be tired and frazzled from dealing with crowds and lines all day, but guess what, we all are. This doesn't give anyone the right to be rude.

    Again to any parents sincerely trying to enjoy the park with their little ones and not brandishing their equipment as weapons, this doesn't apply to you.
    Nicely put! Sums up my feelings better than I did!
    Happy Anniversary, MiceChat!

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    Quote Originally Posted by twinmom
    Sorry for starting the war again!!
    Hey, if you didn't someone else would have... BTW, welcome to the board.
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    I hit people with my stroller all the time. It's not my fault people are in my way! :devil:


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