On one ride the conductor asked Wally's name and said he was memorable, because he's the boy in the dress. The fellow responded with "he's not the only one." Realized what he'd just admitted and backpeddled, "I didn't mean me! I mean I didn't say that! I don't wear dresses at home, er..." then he gave up and started cheering for Walter and gave him a big high five at the end. The woman in front of us volunteered that her son loves manicures. May we live in a softer, more accepting world!