Some rides allow flash photography such as Disneyland's It's a Small World. Guests need to remember not to take pictures when the flash will go off in someone's eyes. It is very annoying to be on the ride and have someone turn around to take a picture and the flash goes off. People need to stop and consider other guests and only take shots in front of them. People simply need to be thoughtful when taking pictures.
Littering is something that should not be done no matter where you are. The cleaning crew at Disney Resort does an excellent job keeping the parks clean. It is a constant job too because so many people litter. Disney places receptacles all over the park, there is absolutely no excuse in people littering. Many times there are water bottles or wrappers in the plants or even in the scenery area of some rides. If cast members stopped the rides for cleaning every time people litter, the rides would never be open. People really need to be considerate and respectful of the next guest who wants to see the ride, of those who clean the ride and just of the whole area. It does not take that much effort to walk over to a trash can and throw your trash in it. The cast members keep the cans emptied so there's always room for more. Litter bugs should find another place to play if they can't keep things clean.
Cutting in line is another extremely rude behavior. Everyone wants to get on a ride, those who cut do not deserve to get to get on the ride any quicker than those who wait in line. Saving places for a huge group of people is also extremely rude. It is not fair for a family to send one member to save a place on a ride while everyone else goes to do other things. If every person did this it would change the wait time and so when you get in line and the time says 35 minutes, all of the members of the groups show up so the wait ends up being 50 minutes instead of 35. If people want to ride, then the whole party should be present. If the whole group can't be there at the same time then they should either ride separately or the people who arrive first can wait for the rest of the group before getting in line. It is only common courtesy. Those who are willing to wait in line want to ride just as much as those who think they deserve to jump ahead. Granted there are times the kids need to use the restroom and get out of line, which is different. But even then, in all fairness to the rest of the people, those who get out of line should wait and ride later on. The waits can be long, take care of business before getting in line.
Shoving in front of people is also rude. If you are waiting for an attraction such as World of Color, let those who got there first, go first. Don't shove them out of the way until you are in front. They got there ahead of you and were willing to wait. You didn't want to wait so you don't deserve to be in the front of the line.
Disney Resort is a family place. Many people take their young kids to the parks. Foul language and making out should not be allowed. Those who wish to use foul language should stay home, don't go out in public and talk that way. Many parents don't want their kids to hear foul language. Making out also should not be done in a family environment. Hold hands, peck on the cheek, quick kiss on the lips, those are all fine but to grope and make out in public is rude. That is what motels are for, if people want to do that they need to get a room or stay home. Animals behave that way because they do not have the intelligence to know that it is not proper, people should know better. Other people, especially young children, do not and should not have to hear foul mouthed people or watch couples make out.
Standing in the middle of the walkway to visit is also extremely rude. The parks are crowded and a lot of people are trying to get from one attraction to the next. If you want to visit, or plan out the day, move to the side of the walkway so that other people can get around you. It doesn't take much to do that and sure can make the traffic flow smoother.
Those in wheel chairs can also be rude. Being in a wheel chair does not give people the right to push in front of others. Those wheels hurt when they run over toes. Strollers are the same way, parents need to pay attention and stop cutting people off or running over their toes with strollers. People need to pay attention to the world around them and stop thinking of only one person….themselves.
One of the rudest and most annoying behaviors at the parks is those people who put their children on their shoulders to watch the shows such as Fantasmic or World of Color. Nothing is more irritating than to be watching a show only to have some inconsiderate person place his or her child on his shoulders. Maybe they are so ignorant that they think their child makes a good window. Well, the child is not invisible and does not make a good window. This takes the ability to view the show completely away from the person behind the child. If people are worried about their kids seeing the show, get there earlier to be in front or just hold the child in your arms. Don't ruin the experience for those behind you. Certainly all people in the world are more intelligent than to think those behind them can see through their child.
Disney resort is a place everyone can enjoy. It is a place where memories are made. Those who think they have the right to do whatever they want need to remember that they are not the only ones who want to have fun. They are not the only ones who want to ride, or see an attraction. They are not the only ones there, other people want to enjoy the parks too and the rude people should stop being rude and taking away from other's magical experience or better yet, stay home until they learn how to behave properly in public and be considerate and respectful of other people and property.