I’ve read about Jawas trading stuff in HS in the past years and I was wandering if they still were there or not.
I believe that was stopped. There were guest complaints.
Why would guests complain about that?
They would not trade with everyone. You never knew what they would like? I think sometimes little children did not understand?
My youngest at 4 was upset because a Jawa wouldn’t trade with him, but would with his older brothers. We gave him something different to try with a different Jawa, who did trade, so it worked out for us. But we didn’t complain and we did talk to him about the rules. However, I don’t think a preschooler really gets it. The Jawas were pretty cool, but I understand the issue.
I mean, couldn’t they have just changed the rules rather than get rid of the whole thing?
I still miss Miyuki, the candy lady in Japan. Her creations were soooo cool, but of course the whining from people who didn’t get one put a stop to that (and from what I saw it was mostly adults doing the whining)…
Yes. The problem isn’t that the Jawas wouldn’t trade with everyone…the problem was that people were COMPLAINING they wouldn’t trade with everyone. But, to me, it is far more realistic for a Jawa NOT to trade sometimes than to trade all the time.
I feel there is likely more to this story.
I agree. I never traded with them but it was fun trying to find crazy things they may take from a child (FYI- a liner pin did.not work).
But could I have traded one of my unruly children for, say, a mickey pretzel?
Now that is brilliant!