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    Default Rich moms hire handicapped tour guides so kids can cut lines at Disney World

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    ...and so a new generation of sociopathic narcissists is born.

    (although it seems strangely fitting that this is happening at Disney, since that is similar to how the company operates.)
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    I for one am not surprised. Surely you've encountered those moms who aren't even rich who feel like they're entitled to take over everything and everyone because they happen to have children. Of course, I concede that pregnant ladies and ladies with a small child do need consideration and help, I am not arguing that. But I am talking about a more exaggerated sense of entitlement that goes beyond needing some help or extra space for their kids.

    There are narcissistic moms who use their kids to shine a certain light or afford opportunities to themselves. Like using their kid as a scapegoat to pull rank or get what they want for themselves.

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    the kid's fucking 1 she's not gonna remember a god damn thing. you ma'am are a despicable human being.
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    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    What would Ayn Rand do?

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    Seriously? Just get the FASTPASS service and stop blowing ridiculous amounts of money. Last time I was there and we had that, we waited maybe 5 minutes in line at a time.


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    I thought it was really interesting how the social anthropologist uncovered the story in the first place. Also Primates of Park Avenue? Genius title. I need to keep a lookout for that one.

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    Why couldn't one of the family members just fake an injury rather than hiring a tour guide? Seems cheaper that way. (Also, who would want some complete stranger to partake in a family vacation?)

    Better yet--they should deliberately injure themselves, as that's what they deserve.

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    Ugh. This is gross. Beyond the fact that I disapprove conceptually, even practically this would never feel right to me. I would not be able to be comfortable spending the day with a person I was basically using for their disability. I don't think I could even look them in the eye. Do these parents even talk to their "tour guides"?

    Honestly it seems downright sociopathic to use someone like this to elevate yourself over "the rabble."

    (Real talk- just go in January. It's not hot as fuck and you never have to wait for anything, as long as you don't go during the week of MLK Jr. day.)

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    It's never easy for disabled people to get a reliable job. If it helps them, then why should we judge people who use them?

    It's something done between consenting adults, you know.
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