We finished our WDW week, and something has been bugging me. We are not novices, and I know line-cutting happens, but this trip it was so in-your-face that it really bothered me. I talked to a few of the line-cutters, and each one insisted they were not line-cutting; they were just joining up with their family that was already in line.
Here is how I define line-cutting: if you are walking past people waiting in line, you are cutting. If you are ducking under a rope or barrier to get in the line, you are cutting. If you are ducking under a rope or barrier to advance your place in line, you are cutting. If you are walking past people to meet up with friends in the line, you are cutting. If you and your party are not ready to stand in line, don’t get in line. There aren’t any surprises; Disney helpfully posts the wait times at the front of each queue. If you see a wait time of 90 minutes and know you have to go to the bathroom, go to the bathroom first and then get in line. See? It’s easy.