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Re^5: Do you smoke tobacco?

by runrig (Abbot)
on Sep 03, 2004 at 00:01 UTC ( #388174=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^4: Do you smoke tobacco?
in thread Do you smoke tobacco?

...about on par with most of the responses I get when I point out to people that they're smoking in a non-smoking area.

Standing in line at "It's a Small World" (I had the kids with me, honest!), I pointed out to the guy in front of us that you're not supposed to smoke in line. He started to get angry and replied "Where's it say that?!?". I pointed at the map/schedule he was holding and said "in there." He let out an "oh" and at least he wasn't angry after that.


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Re^6: Do you smoke tobacco?
by arden (Curate) on Sep 03, 2004 at 07:04 UTC
    Personally, I think waiting in the line (plus with kids!) for "It's a Small World" is sufferage enough for one person. Having to put up with a smoker throughout the line is totally unthinkable! Leave it to ol' Walt Disney to turn a classic love ride (tunnel of love) into one of the most nightmarish (for adults at least, somehow most children are immune to it) rides I've ever encountered in any park. I rode it once back in the eighties and I still have the occasional flash-back nightmare!

    - - arden.

      The more smokers you have in line, the shorter the line will be as people will get annoyed and leave. So, smoking is good, because it shortens queues.

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