yes, but mostly when waiting in line or sitting to eat, or stopping to rest for a moment.
occassionally it's fun, like seeing a little kid's reaction to something they have never seen before or don't understand. or just seeing a character! so I definitely have done it, but sometimes I don't really like strangers THAT much!! gotta admit some really make me cringe. so there are usually other things more fun/entertaining at DLP but not without some head turning here and there.
Last edited by bri719; 04-30-2007 at 01:19 PM.
The hard part living 2 miles from Angel Stadium, 4 miles from DLR is deciding what to do next.
I'm kinda surprised by the people who find this either boring or creepy... I think it's important to take a healthy interest in your fellow inhabitants. I also think it's a good way to help learn compassion. Instead of just watching the peaks and valleys, like when someone is yelling, or when a group is breaking out in laughter, it's interesting to watch when people are just quietly being themselves or interacting with eachother in a usual way. This way when you see them break out in laughter...or get irritated, you suddenly find yourself gaining a small understanding of their reaction. I feel it helps me to be less judgemental when something does happen, I think to myself, I'm only reacting to this moment, I need to appreciate there might be more going on here.
As for doing this at Disneyland, I love it. I like watching the parents who delight in their kid's joy...or the kid who is just thrilled to be running around Disneyland.