19. Renting a Disabled Person at Disneyland
For years, Disneyland and Disney World had a policy that anyone with a disability would get to cut the line. After a while, rich moms realize that they could exploit this policy by bringing someone with disabilities along on their vacation. So you can guess what happened. Mothers would pay for someone with a handicap to go to Disney parks with their family, because it meant that everyone could cut the lines. This became such a big problem, that Disney had to change their policy so that disabled people need to stand in line, just like everyone else.
Now, the pandemic has changed the policies once again. Lines are now extra-long because of the required 6 foot social distance. It becomes so confusing to know where a line begins or ends, that they now have employees standing with a sign to let you know where to get in line. If you are willing to pay extra for Fast Pass or use the My Disney Experience app, you can reserve spots in line for a certain time of the way. This way, you can come back when it’s your time to ride, instead of doing nothing but standing in line for two hours.