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216 He/she knows that it's not a state. In a previous comment, someone said Disney Land which is in California. OP is in Disney World located in Florida. He/she was simply trying to correct them, and was fully aware it's not a state.

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Probably because noodle is a funny name, those aren't? Demented refunds sound like fun! But in all seriousness, they are supposed to have security to protect you so it would not hurt to ask for a refund. I've never been, but I think Disney admissions are expensive

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Well to a lot of people the term means the same thing. Now a days people use the term mugged very loosely and people usually refer to muggers as pick pocketers and pick pocketers as muggers

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where I'm from that doesn't happen, muggers are people who threaten. the definition of the word 'mugger' is "a person who attacks and robs someone in a public place". not someone who steals something without you noticing.

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Yea, hide your wallet and phone in a bag at ALL times. The last thing you ever want to do is advertise your phone by keeping it in your pocket? Wait, what? Oh invisible pockets, like those children. For all we know OP had a backpack and it was taken. It's not like OP took a bunch of jewelry and expensive paintings and was putting them all over the park, so not placing "valuables" where people can see doesn't make much sense.

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I'm sorry, but who the hell doesn't know the difference between a mugger and a pickpocketer? Shit, I knew what a pickpocketer was when I was a little kid. I mean, the term "pickpocket" is pretty self explanatory. And no, I've never lived in a dangerous place, so that's no excuse for not knowing.

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pickpocket and mugged are two different definitions. google them, maybe you'll learn something. thumbs down me all you want, I actually know what those words mean. unlike those who seem to think theyre synonyms.

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It is pretty ironic that something like that would happen at Disney World, but a person should be mugged for the shit they carry. That's their personal choice, just because I work and have money and an iPhone doesn't mean I should have to leave it at home. If you are on vacation at a place like Disney World most everyone there has some sort of money.. But really when it comes down to it, if somebody is strapped for cash and need money, they will mug whoever. I know people who just had their purse stolen from them.. It wasn't flashy or anything, just a plain bag. Oh and you don't have to be rich to own an iPhone considering you can get the iPhone 3 for like 99 cents now.

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disney world, where it costs 100$ a person to get in, 6$ a drink, where no poor family could afford to go. more likely to get mugged there than some small city. it's like a muggers heaven.

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You must have never been to Disney. The chances of getting mugged are extraordinarily low because of their cameras and workers everywhere. Everyone has their phone, wallet, and camera. It's stupid to leave them at home because you "might" get mugged like you "might" get mugged anywhere else in the world. Ps: stop making up statistics

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i have been to disney world and disney land many times and there's actually a lot more muggers there than you'd think. they just cover it up to make it happier. just like the rest of the world there are assholes there too. yes there is many cameras but there are also cameras in stores and theft still happens everyday.

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