ATM wrote:Everyone else has queued with you for the same amount of time (apart from disabled and fast-track) so what makes anyone think they should be granted (what you think) is a better ride than them? What happens when the group behind you asks to go on the front too when they see that you have been allowed to do it? How could the ride-op then say no to them? Then the group after? Can't have one rule for one and one for another. The station would become dangerous, disorganized and over capacity. Have you considered what type of position this would put the ride-op in? Or are you too caught up in only considering what's good for yourselves?
The fact is, there is no front row queue, so it's luck of the draw. Accept it. Think about it.
Also, if there was a front row queue, you'd probably moan that it's taking you 3 hours to get on the front, because that could actually be a realistic time that it would take!
ATM wrote:To be fair, my post was more aimed at the people who have suggested that it's stupid when ride hosts don't let them go on the front of the smiler, just because they ask for it. That simply is quite selfish as it directly affects the chances of the people behind you having an equal chance of getting on the front. I would find that 'mean' if the people in front of me dropped that move out and I ended up on the second row instead of the front row that I would have otherwise landed on. I didn't think my post was particularly 'mean' either. If anyone was honestly offended by my post above then I'd suggest that they're very easily offended, especially for internet standards.
Suppose I'd better just be quiet and tow the popular line ay? Wouldn't want to offend anyone by expressing a differing opinion to others now would I?
LoopyDan wrote:Themeparksandy1981 wrote:I use i quite a lot, but just for a good picture. But I mainly try to go at the back because i find it scarier at the backI have never seen the front queueline for 13 been used.