Oh really? Park Avenue moms hire handicapped tour guides so kids can cut lines at Disney World.

Oh really? Park Avenue moms hire handicapped tour guides so kids can cut lines at Disney World.

Here is a neat new trick that is making its way courtesy of the well to do set who happen to live along Manhattan’s Park avenue and other similarly well to do enclaves in NYC. In short it involves resorting to some shady tactics but then again perhaps there’s a case why most rich people are rich in the first place; yes them bixches be shady…

nypost: They are 1 percenters who are 100 percent despicable.

Some wealthy Manhattan moms have figured out a way to cut the long lines at Disney World — by hiring disabled people to pose as family members so they and their kids can jump to the front.

Oh yucky right kids?

The “black-market Disney guides” run $130 an hour, or $1,040 for an eight-hour day.

“My daughter waited one minute to get on ‘It’s a Small World’ — the other kids had to wait 2 1/2 hours,” crowed one mom, who hired a disabled guide through Dream Tours Florida.

“You can’t go to Disney without a tour concierge,’’ she sniffed. “This is how the 1 percent does Disney.”

From there the Post goes on to tell about one woman’s shameless behavior and general douchebag tendencies in pretense and how a rogue guide service’s number has been making its way round some of Manhattans’s private school set during spring break.

Reflects social anthropologist Dr. Wednesday Martin:

“It’s insider knowledge that very few have and share carefully,”

“Who wants a speed pass when you can use your black-market handicapped guide to circumvent the lines all together?

“So when you’re doing it, you’re affirming that you are one of the privileged insiders who has and shares this information.”

It is understood that Disney has to date has not returned the nyppost’s repeated requests for commentary. Can anyone guess why?

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  • Tiffany Davis

    So what, that’s what everyone wants to do at theme parks except these women had more money. Kudos to these enterprising Park Avenue moms (I’m going to call them Park Avenue moms, like a soccer mom but with more panache) for living out my childhood dream of not having to wait for rides in the blistering hot sun and for employing these poor little disabled children to do it for them! Everybody won.