- A family of well-adjusted individuals who have had plenty of rest, know what they’re doing, have intelligently budgeted both their time and money, and actually exist.
- The friendly man who, for his 80th birthday, celebrates by buying churros for everyone then goes to City Hall and files a report about how wonderful all the cast members have treated him.
- People who ask questions that are reasonable and that you actually have a chance of knowing the answer to, but that you haven’t heard every minute of every day since you started working at the park.
- Kids who think that costumed characters are robots and/or unable to feel pain.
- The guy who shows up at Jedi training with his own sword.
- The snooty woman who throws a piece of trash on the ground and then checks how long it takes a cast member to pick it up.
- Relatives that you signed into the park who then expect you to do them special favors and give them big discounts all day.
- People who fall asleep dreaming of massive insurance payouts and visit the park hoping against hope that they’ll be injured.
- The man in the bathroom who asks where the nearest bathroom is.
- The screaming, abusive, anti-social lost child.
- That child’s screaming, abusive, anti-social parents.
- Annual pass holders who are such know-it-alls that you wish they’d just stay at home and annoy people on the Web.