SURPRISING Confessions Made By Disney Employees!


From secret code words to wild parties, here
are 10 surprising confessions by Disney employees 10. “Have a Magical Day” Employees at the Disney Parks have to meet
and greet countless people every day, but while they have to stay on their best behavior
when interacting with guests, not every visitor returns the courtesy. Quite often kids will kick the characters,
probably more than you think! Or adults will be incredibly rude. Of course there’s no way for the staff to
put you in your place if they want to keep their job, because it is the most magical
place on Earth remember, except by using what seems like a friendly phrase that you all
know! “Have a Magical Day!” is, in fact, their
way of telling you where to go. Yes, that’s right, if a Disney Princess,
Pirate or even Mickey Mouse says “Have a Magical Day”- they are, in fact, telling
you to “Go F Yourself”. Well, that’s according to some staff who
used to work at the resorts at least. They are told to make every guest feel as
special as possible, and this phrase is usually the one they resort to when they’re dealing
with a particular difficult guest and so they say it in a sarcastic way. It’s all about the tone of voice! Don’t panic if it’s said to you and you’ve
been polite though, it could just be that they’ve been having a bad day. 9. The Music Keeps Playing That’s right! The music keeps on playing, even when there
aren’t any guests. Anyone who’s visited a Disney resort will
know how catchy the music can be- sometimes it takes days for you to clear your head of
it all, you know the one! Especially from rides like “It’s a Small
World”! Well, take a moment to think about the poor
ride operators who sit there listening to the music on continuous loop all day long-
and it’s not just while the rides are in operation. The CIA uses music on a repeated loop to torture
and break prisoners, and they have said it is very effective! To learn more be sure to check out my Facts
About the CIA video!! One of the songs they use? It’s a small world. According to some former employees, the music
continues well past the time the last guest has ridden, as they need to continually check
and test the experience to ensure it’s living up to the entertainment and safety standards
that you’d expect. Even the janitors sweep the place with the
full music playing- something that would be taxing even for the most committed of Disney
fans! 8. Fired for Taking a Selfie One of the rules of working at Disney is that
you must stay in character at all times. This means answering every question in the
way that your character would, knowing everything about the movies that they were in, and never
shattering the illusion. If you play Mulan and some tourists come up
to you and try to speak Chinese- you’d better have a good reason why you aren’t able to
speak it back to them. It’s also not a great job for celebrity
spotting, because if you see one you can’t go up and talk to them unless they approach
you, and you absolutely mustn’t ruin any of the behind the scenes magic. This means taking photos of yourself while
getting ready, or backstage in the resort, is completely banned- there have been numerous
accounts of staff members who have done this and lost their jobs soon after. If you want a picture of yourself dressed
up as Cinderella, you’d be much safer getting a friend to visit the park and getting a snap
for you. And it better be in character and not in between! You have to keep the magic real!! 7. Security is EVERYWHERE Just as you’d find with any amusement park,
there are prominently placed security staff all around Disney, but what you might not
realize is that those visible guards are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to park
security. Which is a good thing in this day in age. Talk about shattering the illusion. There must never be any bad event at Disney
ever!! Former employees have revealed the extent
to which the parks are monitored, and revealed that the only way to spot the undercover agents
is the tell tale sign of their ear pieces. Of course, they are there to catch misbehaving
guests who try to secretly drink alcohol, take drugs, or access areas that they shouldn’t. They are all in contact with each other, and
there are screeners who spend all day watching people go past, and radioing ahead to other
guards to have a word with anyone who isn’t following the rules. It’s a place where you won’t get away
with much, so if they ever have a word with you, your best bet is to just confess or you
might get banned forever. Perhaps most surprisingly, though, is that
the security are not just there to handle park visitors, but also the Cast Members too. They keep an eye to make sure staff are dressed
appropriately, in the right areas, and performing duties like helping visitors and picking up
any trash. Big Brother is watching you! 6. The Underground Tunnels Have you ever wondered why you never see a
character from one area of the park walking through another in Disney World? Surely they must have to move around when
they go on breaks or get changed. Well the answer is that beneath Magic Kingdom
there is a vast network of tunnels specifically to keep everything looking neat and clean
and organized. They are actually at ground level, built on
the swampland in the area, and everything you see as a guest is built on top of them. They were a part of Walt Disney’s original
idea for keeping all the elements of a city you don’t want to see hidden underground. He got the idea when he was walking around
Disneyland in Anaheim saw a cowboy wandering through Tomorrowland, and it ruined his experience. Characters change down there, and it is where
all the sewage and waste goes, as well as everything that would shatter the illusion
of the magic that happens in the open. This may sound cool, but by all accounts of
people that have used the tunnels, they can be pretty horrific. They’re really hot all of the time=imagine
in Orlando with all that heat and humidity!- and stink because of all the waste that is
treated down there. They are known as the “Utilidor” tunnels,
and cover more than 390,000 square feet. In cleaner, more ventilated areas is where
all the staff spend their downtime. There are cafeterias and even a hair salon,
known as Kingdom Cutters, to ensure everyone adheres to the Disney look. 5. Cast Exclusive Sales It can be a tough and gruelling job working
for the mouse, but if you’re a Disney fanatic then the perks sure make up for it. One that is particularly loved by cast members
is the exclusive sales just for them! Across Magic Kingdom there are a series of
secret stores, called Company D, that sell items that have been pulled from the regular
stores and offered for basement prices; Things that wouldn’t go on sale to park visitors,
like t-shirts with holes in the seams, can be found on sale for a fraction of the price
they would normally sell for, which explains why anyone you know who works there is always
decked out with the latest gear. Even more, twice a year there’s a huge sale,
called SALSA sales, for cast members that is only open to them and their guests. Disney uses this to clear out old stock lines
and any excess inventory that they have, and involves several huge tents being full of
virtually every piece of merchandise you can think of. Everyone needs a friend who works at Disney! 4. Drug Tests Only for Operators Disney is very strict on how their staff behave
while at work, but as far as they’re concerned their Cast Members can do whatever they want
when they’re off the clock. Of course showing up to work inebriated is
a complete no-no, but it’s only the people who are responsible for operating the rides
that are regularly drug tested to ensure they are capable of dealing with any emergencies
that arise. As for everyone else, it seems as if the mouse
is more than happy with them partying. Online message boards are full of stories
of past employees about how cast member parties are the best- after all, where else could
you find yourself having a beer with Ariel and Princess Leia in one place? There are some freaky parties too, but you
guys can just Google that. 3. Specific Look Requirements Cast members need to have a very specific
look to be able to work at Disney. Of course there’s the obvious requirements
such as no visible tattoos or excessive piercings, but if you want to perform as a princess or
any other star, then you need to fit within the parameters that Disney looks for. Former cast members have shared very specific
information! To be a Princess you need to be between 5’4
and 5’7, and every other face character has their own height requirements. You must know everything about the character
you portray so you can answer any questions the guests may ask of you, and the largest
dress size available for princesses is a size 10. After a rigorous interview process, Disney
provides all of the make-up and training needed to be able to perfect the look, and typically
only employ people between the age of 18 and 23 for the Princess roles. Too late for me!! 2. No Two Cast Members Have the Same First Names Walt Disney liked to be referred to as Walt,
and this tradition has continued with all of the Cast Members on site. Name tags only have your first name on them,
and if you have the same name as someone else working in the same area as you, then you
have to come up with a different one to prevent any confusion. It’s important that each cast member remembers
to bring their name tags to work whenever they’re on duty, but Disney has them covered
just in case they forget. They are given a temporary tag, which will
always show their name as being “Chris” from Orlando- so if you ever come across Chris,
it’s more than likely a staff member who’s a bit forgetful, and you may want to find
someone else to help you with your needs. Especially if he tells you to have a magical
day!! 1. Secret Code Words There are, apparently, a series of secret
code words that Disney staff use to refer to particular guests. Those with annual passes, for example, tend
to behave in a more entitled way when they are in the parks, so some employees might
call them “Passholes”. This, of course, would never be said to your
face, but there are others that are said more openly in public. “Treasured Guests”, for example, are the
complete opposite- they are visitors that the staff have found to be particularly difficult
or unruly. On Disney cruise lines if someone is thought
to have peed in the pool, then it’s referred to as a “Code Winnie”, – looking at you
kid! And if someone throws up somewhere in a park
it’s referred to as a “Code V” or a “Protein Shake Spill”. Perhaps the weirdest of all, though, is the
“White Powder Alert”. It’s not what you think! Rather than being someone being caught with
cocaine, – it is, instead, a call for the cleaners after a guest has spread the ashes
of a loved one. Often seen as a sentimental place, it’s
apparently not too uncommon for someone to commit this illegal act on Disney grounds,
so employees have to deal with it as delicately as possible. Thanks for watching! Do you have any weird experiences from Disney? Let us know in the comments below! Be sure to subscribe and see you next time!!

100 thoughts on “SURPRISING Confessions Made By Disney Employees!

  1. i am not going to that park…have you seen the sea of ​​people strolling around there? no way i am paying money for that day of fun. and besides that, there is that creepy thing that you are watched all the time

  2. That’s a lie my cousin was Tianna and she is not no size ten I can tell you that

  3. To be honest with you I’d rather shoot myself in the foot then go to Disney

  4. I wonder what kinda jobs they have for non-cast roles…

  5. You have a magical day Disney, being “sizest”. I’m an adult and 5’1 and I’ll never be a princess 😆 not everyone can be a giant 🥺

  6. So if I strolled around not having fun, security would have a chat with me to see what was up,just as if I was walking around spotting the unobtrusive security & pointing them out?

  7. Your #7 did not hold true on July 6, 2019, in Toon Town, at Disneyland Resort. On a YouTube video of a fist fight among a group of a half dozen visitors, it took over three minutes for the first security cast member to arrive. He did nothing to intervene until his backup of two more officers arrived, all the while the combatants were still swinging at each other, pulling hair, knocking each other to the grown, and passing out on the pavement. During the course of the video, guests were only separated (some of them multiple times) and never physically restrained. No handcuffs were ever used. This was a horrible failure on the part of the security detail.

  8. Well, we just found out that number 7 is BS. Just watched a 4.5 min fight that took place in front of Goofy's house.

  9. Someone tell Disneyland about their security that recent video of that fight says other wise

  10. Seems security isn’t everywhere. Check out the brawl from 7/6. https://youtu.be/CjnRR8N5IVw

  11. Does does do not have any security?? "Calm down??" They let those guys beat up on women and the handicap scooter lady. The guy in red just kept on going? Only a couple of guys tried to stop. Low life scum bags needs to be in jail.

  12. It's hilarious tho because there was a huge 20 minute physical fight among 4-6 people yesterday in toontown and it took 15 minutes for even a janitor to come over and tell them to stop.
    Where's security on that one?

  13. #7 Exception: No security in Toontown.
    https://youtu.be/I7gtoLmHd5w

  14. Security its a lie just see the video of the family kicking each other lol!

  15. But when you call customer service they end the call with have a magical day🥴 so they have been being rude to me ?

  16. Looks very white? What we need is a nice friendly family feud. Like the one on 7/6/2019.😛

  17. I'm a former cast member and what you said about the tunnels aren't true, that's 100% false. It does not stink and it's not hot at all, do you really think it's a sweatshop we work at, absolutely not. Please get your facts correct before posting to the world.

  18. Bulshit security everywhere say that to the fight that's on social media right now took more than 5 minutes to get someone there

  19. Number 7 for security? Where were they when the Disney Family Brawl took place?

  20. Security seemed to have a big fail with the recent video of families beating up each other in ToonTown. It was about 5 minutes into the fight until security showed up.. normal guests were helping trying to break it up before any security showed up at all. And when they did show up they just said “do me a favor and calm down”. Huge fail

  21. Disneyland security sucks. My girlfriend and i used to sneak in vodka and blend it with our soda…never got caught once. lol

  22. “Security is everywhere” Yeah well, yesterday a fight broke out in Toon town at Disneyland, and security was nowhere to be found! Children and their parents had to witness a fight that lasted 2 minutes, because security wasn’t there! Where was security?

  23. Yesterday's fight at Disneyland shows that security isn't what it's cracked up to be, haha.

  24. security is everywhere, yeah right. There was just a brawl 2 days ago that went on for 5 minutes before security showed up

  25. I would love to get a rude Disney experience because that to me would be the greatest Disney experience ever in my book!

  26. Park security is everywhere huh??? Where were they during the brawl that just happened at Disney a couple days ago?? took them like 10 minutes to show up.

  27. Security everywhere??? Hmm not sure about that since the infamous “Disney Fight” went viral.

  28. Lol security?!?! What about that family beating the tar out of each other the other day!?

  29. If security is so tight, why did it take almost a full 5 minutes to break up that recent fight?

  30. Hurricane catrina, more like hurricane tortilla
    (This isnt hate sorry lol)

  31. wicked wicked wicked god is angry with the wicked every single day shame on you origins

  32. #9 about the music isn’t ENTIRELY true. Music in the land goes quiet after hours

  33. @ 3:10 apparently not! Lol guess the park isn't as safe as we thought

  34. “Security is everywhere” is untrue….there was just a huge physical fight in toon town and it took security 10 minutes to arrive.

  35. She forgot to mention that security is everywhere except toontown. And that they are completely useless since they cant touch guest.

  36. HA, #7 with security, i guess they took the day off when that fight broke out in toon town. took 5 minutes for the fight to be broken up.

  37. Security is everywhere??? WhereTF were they for the recent viral family brawl??? #guerrillaWarefare

  38. Security was nowhere when the family of ghetto blacks had a minor disagreement. 😂😂😂😂😂😂

  39. Security sucks there. Are you kidding me. It took them 15 to 18 min to show up in Toon Town to break up that black family fight. Your fact of number 7 is bunk.

  40. I wonder how security deals with guests who are vaping medical marijuana… legal in florida now

  41. That’s how my aunt has all that stuff she works there and she has a million Mickey and Minnie things

  42. Yeah,,,no you have a magical day bud! I'm going over to ebcott

  43. As a former Disney Cast Member, a lot of the things you said were wrong. “Have a magical day” is not meant to be said in a rude way. It’s a way of saying “enjoy your day”. The hole name this is wrong too. Yes, Walt went by a first name bases, but everyone got to keep their name and didn’t have to pick a new “made-up” name. I worked with a few people who had the first same name. Not every area has a “ Chris from Orlando” loner name tag. Some areas have a “ Bruno from Orlando” name tag or any other Disney character’s name from Orlando name tag. You made those cast members who occasional wear a loner name tag seem like they can’t be trusted. Any cast member that has a loner name tag can be trusted. Every cast member has to get drug tested before getting hired. All cast members can’t show up to their roll hungover or high etc. It’s protein spill or code v not protein shake spill.

  44. Number 2 is a lie I had many Jessica’s I worked with at Disney world we did say Jessica D or C for there last names. But manger never made them get another name tag of change there names

  45. "Have a Magical Day" is A Normal Disney Cast Member Response. When they Say "Have A Disney Day" That's When They're Telling you Where To Go And How To Get There.

  46. This video is full of wrong info. You need to get some better sources

  47. Based on Cast Members I know and have talked to, the "Treasured Guest/Magical/Disney Day" rumors are false.

  48. When she said “Hi it’s Catrina!” My mind kinda tingled and I had no idea why then I remembered “Hi my names Catrina!”
    https://youtu.be/EgGBBpRXW4M

  49. My teacher went to Disney land and one of the characters kissed he husband

  50. A small diamond fell off my wife's ring at Disneyland some 15 years ago. If you see something sparkling on the ground, that could be it.

  51. #7 too used to dropping drinking and picking on characters but an all out brawl. They scatter.

    "I wasnt trained for this!!! 😫😫" 🤭

  52. Walt Disney DID NOT see a cowboy walking through tomorrow land because freaking no cowboys were created while Walt Disney lived and then Woody was created WAY after Walt Disney past away so LADY, so stop telling lies and tell the actual FACTS!! Bc we are not stupid!!

  53. Lol very sad how guests are causing fights in there too now..in public how embarrassing

  54. #10 is wrong "Have a Magical Day" is the nice response "Have a Disney Day" is the the go eff yourself response.

  55. I think #7 might be considered debatable after that brawl that took place there recently. If security is everywhere, why didn’t they break up the fight immediately?

  56. Most of all ya gotta be a happy person to work at Disneyland, ect..

  57. 3:09 except when a fight breaks out in the park apparently. Just watch that video it took security forever to get there.

  58. My Ex was a cast member as Goofy and any tall characters. Stories he told me like those costumes are very stuffy and uncomfortable. He also said cast members party and sleep with each other off hours.

  59. I'm gonna go to my brother now saying have a magical day lmao

  60. Security is not true, there was a fight a month ago in toon town. The fight lasted over 4 minutes when security arrived.

  61. Not really some people got in a fight and it took like 6 minutes to get there 🤬🤬🤬

  62. Anyone that is a cast member find half of these so funny how wrong they are 😂😂

  63. I thought it was have a "Disney day" when someone was nasty to a character.

  64. Wait i actually want to know what they would say if they couldn’t speak Chinese

  65. So….you can only be a Disney Princess for only 5 Years?? and then fired?
    It's not easy to work in this Parks. As a technical employee i know what I'm talking about.

  66. I have reason to believe they also have trained doves that fly to people's hotel rooms. That's the only logical explanation I can give for why when I was a kid my second or third day there, a flock of doves gathered all around our hotel room and ours alone. I mean there were tons of them. At the DL resort, our hotel room got bumped up to like first class because the one we booked a year in advance was right by a big construction job that would have 110% ruined the magic. So we got a better room. Our room was like 5 stories up. Had a sliding glass door with about a foot of space and railing on the other side. Our glass door was open. Doves kept flying INTO OUR ROOM. RIGHT NEXT TO US. ZERO FEAR OF HUMANS! It was absolutely amazing and exciting. We all looked outside to see why, assuming we would see them all over everyone's patio doors…. Nope. Not a single other room. Just ours. And it lasted for like an hour or so.

    So… Either Disneyland trains doves.. or God really wanted to make sure we had a magical time.

    Btw… After eating all I could eat I rode space mountain till I puked…. It was legendary! XD

  67. Never got a chance to go to Disney 🐭 maybe one day? 😃 but for now I will have a magical day! Lol 😆

  68. Size 10 for dress👗👠👠 I guess that leaves me and most women out! 💃 Lol 😆 ya I really think Disney🐭 is more for grown-ups then children! It sure sounds like it! 💃🚶🏃🏃🏃🏃🏃🎠🎠🎠🎡🎡⛲🎢🎢🎠🎠🌉🎡⛲🎢🚢⛵🚤🚣🚣🚣🚀✈💺🚁🚂🚊🚂🚃🚎🚋🚙🚕🚓🚔🚔🚔🚓🚓🚨🚜🎠🎠🎡🎡⛲🎢🎢🎡🎡🎠🎠

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