Be Our Guest: The Disney Chick

The Affordable Mouse is on vacation this week, at Disney’s Hilton Head Island Resort. While I’m gone, I am featuring some of my favorite Disney bloggers, for your reading pleasure. We’ll be back next week with the usual schedule….along with a trip report, pictures, and a few surprises. :) Until then, enjoy today’s Guest Blog!

We’re wrapping up our Guest Blogs this week with a visit from The Disney Chick.  I love Amanda’s blog, as she always has a fresh, humorous take on things at Disney, and frequently has me literally laughing out loud at how funny….and true….the situation is. Today’s post is a perfect example: The Five People You Meet in Line at WDW. While she wrote this a couple of months ago, I still think of it regularly, as it describes perfectly, those folks you meet when you visit Walt Disney World. If you have been, then you know. If you haven’t, you will find out…… :)

Walt Disney World: it’s a jungle out there. To help you cope, I’ve compiled a short field guide of people you will likely encounter while waiting for your favorite ride.

The Inchers – These people thrive in attractions like the American Idol Experience, Mickey’s Philharmagic, or Muppet Vision 3-D, where an entire group enters at once versus a traditional line. When presented with such organized chaos, the Inchers will drift toward the periphery of the crowd and proceed to – you guessed it – inch their way towards the front, positioning themselves directly in front of the auditorium doors….
You can read the rest here: The Five People You Meet in Line at WDW
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