- Oct 4, 2015
I agree. Similarly, leaving MK slowly just after fireworks, someone rammed my ankle with a wheelchair so hard that I limped. The night before I was going to run the Star Wars 10K too. I couldn't run of course, so I slept in and we had a marvelous pool day instead. I was disgusted, but we made the best of a bad situation. It's sucks that people behave the way they do, but I won't let it ruin my entire trip.I try really hard to be optimistic, so maybe I’m seeing through rose colored glasses, but I don’t think bad behavior is as rampant as it seems from reading this thread.
I’ve definitely had a handful of bad experiences. Someone being rude to me personally, painfully ramming an ankle etc. Considering the number of people you share space with in a typical Disney day it isn’t so bad.
My advice would be to let those moments pass by as quickly as possible. If you aren’t actually injured just move on. And if you see rudeness not directed toward you ignore it completely. Some things I notice and literally turn my head, block it out, move on to something else and it’s soon forgotten.
You might say I’m in denial but its willful denial. I can’t change how other people act so I focus on my own experience.