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Some find Disneyland 'grumpiest place on Earth' - Salt Lake Tribune 6/4/05

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  • Some find Disneyland 'grumpiest place on Earth' - Salt Lake Tribune 6/4/05

    Article from The Salt Lake Tribune available at sltrib.com - 6/4/05
    Some find Disneyland 'grumpiest place on Earth'
    Disneyland bills itself as "the happiest place on Earth," but for some, that moniker just doesn't work.

    Take Sydney Husseman of Layton, for example.

    "Maybe Disneyland is the grumpiest place on Earth," she wrote. "After three days of long lines, sweltering heat, overpriced lemonade, fussy children (not just our own) and complaining adults, we found ourselves standing behind a man screaming at his preschooler: 'We're having fun, [expletive]!' "

    After that incident, Husseman's husband decided to buy a Grumpy shirt at the gift shop.

    "By the way," wrote Sydney, "they don't even make a Happy T-shirt. I asked."
    My finger points.

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