Ok, just wondering . . . After reading the What Not to Do at Disney thread, I started to think about how I got stressed out in a few situations in the past. 99% of my vacations in WDW are great, but how do you handle the really bad guests? I have often ignored it because I don't want a fight, but . . . the kid kicking me in line for Soarin' for over an hour. How far can I move up before I am in the next person's personal space? the four obnoxiously loud girls pushing past an entire line of people to "get to their family". You don't want to let them cut you in line, but what can you do? the woman who lets her toddler run wild in the store and you didn't see the little one climbing under the racks and you almost trip over him/her and then feel guilty about it? the man in Kona Cafe cursing out the CM because he didn't "like" the steak he already ate. the woman at the pool who ran out of her room to scream at us for sitting at "her" (empty) table because she was "saving it" with her towel. Usually I let it all go unless (like the last situation) someone confronts me, but I was just wondering if you have ever had to do or say something to stop it.