Congress and diapers at Disney World

Two ridiculous things for a Monday:

  1. Congress. I’m reminded of the old joke: if “pro” is the opposite of “con” what is the opposite of “progress”?
  2. Kids wearing diapers at Disney World. Kids mind, you, not toddlers. The Little Man is in the very early stages of potty training. So naturally, Kelly was searching online about the subject and discovered one site in which people were discussing how they encouraged their family members to wear diapers or pull-ups at Disney World to avoid having to use the restrooms. Presumably they want to maximize their time at the park. There are a number of reasons given for doing this, but they all read to me like blatant rationalizations by parents who think more about themselves than their kids. I don’t know what else to say about this. I was stunned.
At the moment both of the above items weight equally in my mind in their overall absurdity.


  1. I’ve heard of adults wearing diapers at Times Square on New Years Eve so as not to have to leave their prime ball drop viewing location in order to find a porta-potty (or Starbucks). But Disneyworld? Kids? Don’t you make reservations to get on rides these days? Why would have to maximize your time more than that.

  2. I guess I shouldn’t mention that Vicky and I get catheterized when we go to Disney. 😉


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