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The Walt Disney World Resort may indeed be the most magical place on earth, but it might also be the place where the most mental breakdowns happen per square mile…and the kids get tired and cranky, too. Any parent that has been to Disney World can probably relate to the various stages of shock and exhaustion that can accompany planning and experiencing every second of your family’s magical day.
From encountering the infinite rows of parked strollers, trying to convince your children to make-believe their feet aren’t sore after 10 hours of walking, deciding between $45 bedazzled mouse ears or saving for college and getting to the point that the only ride you want to get on is a park bench in the shade, there are certain unavoidable truths of any well-rounded family Disney experience that are hilariously shared by comedian John Crist.
Think he is exaggerating a bit? Check out our recent video of a portion of a 180 minute line to ride Avatar Flight of Passage and then decide which sounds better — waiting three hours in the Florida heat for one ride or a nice sit on a park bench in the shade.
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