I don't think that they should put Meet N' Greets next to smoking areas, but to completely eliminate smoking from the park? It's bad enough you can't get a drink in the Magic Kingdom. Denying a smoker their cigarette would cost Disney business and respect. Imagine how much crankier people would be in the hot afternoon sun if they couldn't take a smoke break ...
"Which gets a theme park visitor crankier?"
- Not having a smoke break- Two-year-olds pitching a fit 'cause they haven't napped yet- Prices- Lines- Piped-in area music
- Closed attractions- Attractions breaking down while in line- Attractions breaking down while on the attraction- Bad weather (too hot/rainy/etc.)- Incident with employee / bad employees- Incident with fellow guest(s) (e.g. line-jumping)- Crowds- Forgetting something outside of the park (e.g. tickets)
I know one that soured us once for almost two days - we were dining at Fulton's Crab House, and although we had a great meal, we got stuck with an expensive bottle of wine. The wine connoisseur came around with his list and his recommendations for our individual meals, and we took a bottle that he recommended. The list had no prices, and it turns out that the bottle was $120, something that just wasn't in our budget. Many fine dining establishments do not print prices, but when catering to WDW guests I think that, unless you're dining at Victoria & Albert's, there should be prices on everything.
In short:The barging baby stroller parties.(sore calves/chins)
Also:-Bad and overpriced food -Rides running at less than capacity with capacity crowds