So I'm standing in line for Alice today and a boy gets in line behind me. His mom came up right after and tells him that Alice is a "baby ride".
She then attemps to pressure him out of going on it by then saying, "Do you see any adults on the ride?" Obviously there were and, heck, I should have felt a little insulted at that point!
The boy replied to her by saying it wasn't a "baby ride", but then she said, "Do you really want to go on a baby ride?"
Eventually, she won in guilting him to leave the line out of fear of being a 'baby'.
Sadly, this kid will probably never understand the 'Disney magic' because of the attitude of his clueless, creepy mother.
In a semi-related situation today, I saw a guy try to pull his girlfriend out of The Matterhorn line because he realized that it wasn't Space Mountain and that he wanted to do "the scary rides". He was very adamant about not going on it, but she eventually won out. He was convinced that The Matterhorn Bobsleds was not a 'scary' rollercoaster.
Why do people go to a Disney park expecting Six Flags thrills? Apparently, some people just don't seem to get it.