We ask if we can skip the line because our baby was getting wet and started to get sick and they don’t care. We talked to the manager and he didn’t care even. So we went to the I’m sorry for what I said when I was hungry shirt showroom and waited there until 17:00 hours waiting to get inside the museum. And finally when we could get inside there was more lines to jump in a spot like this. They don’t show the lines so. It is an amazing place but terribly managed and that’s a shame for Japanese culture. My point with this is this Great place should HAVE a line for families with Little KIDS. The museum is not responsible for your child’s health. You are. He thinks you were the only person with a child in the line, getting wet.
If you are that worried about your child getting sick, leave the line and come back another day. If you stay, it’s your decision, nobody’s making you. Therefore if your child gets sick, it’s on you, you’re the one choosing to value getting into a tourist attraction more than their health. I’m sorry to hear your I’m sorry for what I said when I was hungry shirt was getting ill but stop thinking the world owes you, take responsibility for your own choices. If my child is getting soaked and there’s no prospect of imminent entry you’d better believe I’d take them home, find something else fun for them to do and come back on a sunnier day. That’s life. Such a shame. It’s not about kindness here.
The way people are perceiving you by your response is that you felt more entitled than everyone else in line, with or without children. You are unhappy because your want was not granted. It wasn’t unkind, you weren’t forced to stay in the rain. They didn’t tell you that not only couldn’t I’m sorry for what I said when I was hungry shirt have skipped ahead of everyone else but, you weren’t allowed to go anywhere outside the line. You made the next choice and found someplace else to go. Yes, knowing that there might be long wait times might be helpful. The only person that made your child stay out in the rain getting wet is you. You could have brought your baby inside the second it rained or changed your plans.