11 Most Bizarre Disneyland Stories That Will Leave You In Stitches
As people always say, Disneyland is the “happiest place on Earth”, and in some cases, we couldn’t agree more. The vast and mesmerizing Disneyland is the closest we can ever get in terms of recreating the magical House of Mouse’s world into real life. No matter if you’re a child or an adult, Disneyland always has something for you, from the wonderfully crafted scenery to the iconic characters you meet along the way.
That being said, not every moment in Disneyland is magical, some of them are even too ridiculously down to earth that they will make us spit out our tea. Travelers and ex-employees have gathered on Reddit to share their most hysterical and bizarre experiences during their Disneyland adventures, and we can assure you, that some of them will make you laugh like never before.
#1. Not all Minnies are females.
“I knew a friend (a guy) who wore a Minnie Mouse costume. He told me almost all guys would put their hands around his waist. He wouldn’t dare to talk or else they will hear his manly voice and that might piss them off.
Edit: This blows up quickly. I feel I need to let people know that it’s not okay to grope the Disney characters. My friend had introduced me to the people who play them and they are just normal people. All I can tell you is that they will make a disgusting face under the mask and talk s**t about you later after work.” u/reloadfreak
#2. A late confession from an ex-toddler.
“If Micky Mouse from Disney Florida 1993 is on Reddit I’m sincerely sorry for punching you in the face. I was 2 and didn’t like my personal space being invaded.” u/samgreggo77
#3. Cut the cheese, Mickey.
“Not a cast member but either Mickey or Minnie cut a very audible fart while posing with my wife and me. It must've been awful inside that Dutch oven of a costume.” u/Jeffclaterbaugh
#4. Look can be deceiving.
“I had a female friend who played Pluto for a few years. Even though her gender was indistinguishable because it’s a full-body Pluto costume, she would regularly share how often she was groped by kids and adults alike.
In costume she looked like she was 6’6”, but was only 5’8” in real life. You couldn’t tell the gender of any of the 3-4 in Pluto rotation and you could barely tell them apart.” u/TreyRyan3
#5. A barf-fling experience.
“I used to work at a different amusement park that featured similar costumed characters. The worst thing I ever heard was the time one of the characters was overcome by heat in 95-degree weather, and vomited inside the suit, splattering the inside of the suit's head with their half-digested lunch.
They had to walk a long distance back to the dressing rooms breathing the super-heated vomit air the entire way.” u/SpaceLaserPilot
#6. Don’t get fuzzy with the furries.
“I was one of the performers for Nick Wilde from Zootopia a few years ago, And if you’re not aware; a large number of people in the furry community find him highly attractive.
You can just imagine the number of people in that community who flirted with me and/or Judy and whispered some pretty sexual things to us. I think I also had a guy grab Nick’s tie in that flirty way, we had to get him escorted out of the park.
The moral of the story is: don’t be inappropriate with the characters, we are real people underneath and there are legitimate consequences for that kind of behavior.” u/ExtremePikachu75
#7. Chip & Dale are ready for some actions.
Never was an actor, but when I was a kid at Disney World in the 70s, I watched Chip get into a fistfight with a young 20-something guy. The guy's girlfriend wanted him to do a picture with Chip & Dale, but he didn't want to. Chip grabbed him in the headlock and his girlfriend snapped the photo.
When Chip let go, the guy came up swinging. Dale had to jump in and break them up, as Chip started swinging back. For a kid of 12, it was awesome!” u/EddyBuddard
#8. “Keep that little droid in check”.
“Not an actor, but was at Disneyland in 21 and walked past some Stormtroopers. One of them said to me ‘Keep that little droid in check’ (referring to my youngest daughter).
So now every time she sees a stormtrooper she always says ‘Dad remember that time at Disneyland one of them talked to you.’” u/seegull12
#9. Let’s get steamy with Goofy.
“Somebody offered me 400 dollars to have s*x with him while in my Goofy costume *(makes awkward Goofy laugh).” u/ShireBeware
#10. What a terrible day to have eyes.
“My wife surprised me with a trip to Sea World in Ohio. Inside the gate was the costumed actor for Shamu. Since my wife is short and I am tall, the actor sat down on the bench with me on one side and my wife on the other to have our photograph taken. Shamu held us in close and my hand naturally fell on their thigh.
I'm feeling a roll in the plush fabric and imagining how hot it must feel inside that costume when I realized that it was his p*nis I was feeling up. The picture is taken with Shamu's dork in my hand and we leave the area. My wife falls over laughing as I tell her what happened. She asks if it was a happy ending.” u/reloadfreak
#11. Not everyone is a cool customer.
“I dated a girl that played one of the fairies for the Tinkerbell place. Beyond the pretty much daily occurrence of old dads hitting on her (she was 19 at the time) the weirdest thing to happen to her was a woman with a 4yr old little girl who was all excited to get a picture with Tinkerbell, who was busy, so my ex volunteered to do pictures and entertain the little girl while they waited.
The woman was a b***h about that idea, rudely saying she was here to see Tinkerbell and not "off-brand" fairies. So just shrugging it off, my ex moved on. A bit later, she hears a commotion and Tinkerbell is obviously upset, and security shows up. Apparently, this woman was Tinkerbell's bio mom and had taken her granddaughter to Disney, just to violate the restraining order against her.” u/EarlSandwich0045
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