Rude park guest...as a Halloween costume

Miskey

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I think it's a cute idea and a cute theme for a party! Certainly have been given several examples of rudeness on this thread :rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes: ^

She should bring a baby doll and change it's diaper on the food table
 

akhenaten

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Wear pins for every possible celebration....birthday, anniversary, just married, etc....
 
  • akhenaten

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    Act like a drunken fool who just drank around the world at Epcot...lol (we saw one couple this summer who were getting much too 'romantic' in France...
     

    scrhsa

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    I was going to say chant too. To enhance the costume I would carry around a refillable mug and slurp it really loud and make a big mickey head ice cream on a stick she could carry as a prop
    Perfect...I can't believe I didn't think of this!!!
     

    scrhsa

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    Then the post should be on the "just for fun" forum and not the "Theme Park" forum since it really has nothing to do with Disney vacationing. Perhaps that is why people are reading it incorrectly. Not to mention people do not call everything by the correct title, so I am sure the party title did not register with some of the members as a non-Disney event.
    Ahhh, yes, makes perfect sense!! My bad. I must have skipped right over that one!
     
  • scrhsa

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    You guys have come through for me! Lots of great ideas!! Big Thanks all around :)
     

    Kiddosx7

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    Walk right through people in the middle of taking pics, or even better bring a small child with you and think it's just adorable when junior runs up and starts climbing all over dumbo while you are obviously trying to take a picture.
     
  • LittleBlackRaincloud

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    Walk up to the display/table of food and pretend it's the concierge/fixins bar. Then pull out a ziplock bag and fill it up with the napkins, utensils, bottles of water, apples, etc. They are free for her use, right?

    Have her stand next to a couple people deep in conversation, and then she get on her phone and loudly starts complaining/arguing about something.
     

    LovemesomeDW

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    Although I do think it's a cute costume, I would personally get annoyed rather quickly if someone was jumping in front of my pictures all night and constantly being rude at a party. I think it's a fine line between being a rude guest in costume and just being a rude guest period. Hope you and your daughter have fun. Make sure you follow up and let us know how it goes!:)
     

    danny1649

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    If you take this idea to far, you will get to meet some Disney folks in white shirts. Shortly after that some in blue shirts to escort you from party. I don't think Disney will buy rude guest costume or behavior
     

    mom2AidanAndEli

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    If you take this idea to far, you will get to meet some Disney folks in white shirts. Shortly after that some in blue shirts to escort you from party. I don't think Disney will buy rude guest costume or behavior
    Read some of the posts. This is a PRIVATE party at someone's home. She's not talking about doing this AT a Disney park.
     

    Kaler131

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    I think its a great idea!! Too funny!! I am a CM at MK and I would love seeing that as a "costume".... She can walk around insisting that someone stole her stroller. We deal with that a LOT!
     

    DisneyOma

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    Have her yell at a family with a wheelchair/special needs child about getting to skip the line and how "its not fair". I've seen posts on that before and I would go NUTS if I saw it in person. Luckily my Dad in wheelchair was treated really well.
    You must be on the wrong forum - WDW has mainstream queues so guests with mobility devices stay in the standard queue. They don't get to skip the line. (my best imitation of the know-it-all rude guest?)
     

    ThaddfromOhio

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    A Selfie Stick, one of those double strollers, carry 5 bags with you with multiple zippers which all need to be searched, have someone with you on a scooter so everyone else has to wait while your party of 7 gets on the bus first ahead of people who have been waiting, 2 minutes before a parade starts crowd in front of someone who has been standing for an hour waiting.
     

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