To tie this back to food, I have already said how intrigued I am by "All You Care to Enjoy." Not the buffets, but the phrase itself (well, to be honest, I am also intrigued by the buffets too, but that's not the point of this post). Any other time I go to a buffet (some sort of family style), I am told that the food is "All You Can Eat." Why does Disney change this very ubiquitous language?
I have stated my theory on the show before. "All You Can Eat" sounds like a command to ingest as much foodstuffs as your innards can handle. "All You Care to Enjoy" is gentler; the focus is on quality, not quantity. It is an invitation, "All You Can Eat" is a challenge.
|"Do these sound like the actions of a man who had, 'ALL he could eat?'"|
You can see this in restaurants in another way. Buffets often offer smaller-sized dinner plates than other restaurants. The idea is that the default bias encourages people to eat food by the plate-full. If the plate is smaller, people will less less food and still feel satisfied.
I suspect the same philosophy is at play with "All You Care to Enjoy." By changing the phraseology, the default changes from physical limitations to "enjoyment" limitations. If that subtly encourages patrons from eating even a little bit less, that translates to higher profits for Disney.