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What The Mouse Doesn’t Want You To Know: Backstage Secrets From Former Disney World “employees”

Here are some revealing secrets from Walt Disney World. You will never look at Disney the same way again after reading this.

Disney World truly is one of the most magical places on earth. From the thrilling rides to the incredible character encounters and the delicious food; a trip to Disney Land is certain to be remembered forever. But, all the special memories made there are made possible by a lot of behind-the-scenes rules and work.

Some cast members, after leaving, have shared some of the secrets they learned while working in the parks. These tidbits of information are sure to shock you, teach you something new and make you excited for your next vacation down to Orlando, Florida. Keep reading to learn more!


If a cast member ever tells you to have “Have a Disney day”, you’ve probably really pissed them off. We can assume cast members made up this code in order to stay sane and let off some steam while also keeping their jobs. Just tell them to have the same.

Cast Members’ Code For “Go Screw Yourself”

When you’re working at Disney World, you can’t have any visible tattoos, you have to have your long hair neatly pulled back (unless it’s part of a costume), and must wear neutral-colored nail polish. In addition, your costume must be kept immaculately clean!

If you work at Walt Disney World, your job title will never be “Employee.” Instead, you’ll be known as a “Cast Member.” Because everything at Disney is a show, everyone who works there must always be in character. It’s just part of the magic!

Up next is another fun fact about the “Disney language!”

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