reblogging again because cute.
I want to be Elsa, but I’m pretty sure I’m Anna. *sigh*
People obsessing over possible animation flaws in Disney’s Frozen
Elsa and character traits shared with other Disney princesses.
So for class I designed themed strollers really quickly for a presentation.
My favorite is the Star Command ship yes
dahotchoclatey asked: Can you tell us a story about working at Disney please? 😉
A bad or a good story?
Hmmm most of my good stories are about work, like you would need to know the mechanics of my ride..
this is one of those times where a guest made MY day.
I picked up a trick or treat shift for mickeys not so scary Halloween party, I was out as greeter and a family was in line, I saw their map had red at the top which means it was in japanese (thank god I can speak some japanese) so I said hi and asked them about their day and if they had lots of candy. They were so impressed that I could speak japanese, they just stood there and kept talking to me.
They came back other 3 times for candy and every time I would comment on something different. ( their mickey ears, or the things the bought, the characters they met or attractions they went to) , one of those times I was giving out candy and I stuffed their bags. We r only suppose to give 4-5 pieces. Oops!!
The last time they came over, it was close to midnight and I was at the exit. They were being shy, like “you ask her” “no, you ask her” and then the mother asked if she could take a picture of me.
ME?! MEEEEE?! I was so shocked. I’m just a cast member!
We took so many pictures!! I wish I knew them so I could get some back…
This is why I love working at Disney. I get to meet some many families.. And I guess sometimes the magic goes both ways
"My cousin and I call Peter Pan’s Flight in Magic Kingdom the "touch-everything ride" because we always break the rules a little bit (not to the point where it’s dangerous; we only do it if it’s so close that it’s safe) and make a contest out of who can touch the most stuff on the ride. Our main goal is to someday be able to touch the top of Wendy’s head."
Edit: As an attractions cast member, (especially one who used to work in Fantasyland) do you know how incredibly annoying that is? You sticking your hands out of the boat can not only cause the ride to stop but cause it to break down. Throughout all attractions are intrusion systems built to detect movement within the ride where there’s not supposed to be. And that’s what causes rides to stop, and sometimes to break down and that’s when we have to evacuate the guests off the ride, and on Peter Pan’s flight that’s INCREDIBLY difficult since the attraction is suspended. You then ruin the magic for guests on the ride and frustrate the guests who want to go on the ride but can’t because it’s down, and therefore make the cast members’ lives’ harder. Please stop doing this, this confession makes me really angry. -Jen
Please keep your arms, hands, legs and feet inside the vehicle at all times. Oh, and don’t forget to supervise your children.
As an attraction cast member, this confession ALSO makes me so angry. I tend to make sure everyone at my attraction keeps their hands to themselves and remain seated at all times.
Please please please!! If you are a guest at the any Disney resort, just follow the rules. Use common sense! It makes our job so much easier, and it also keeps you safe.
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