Secrets of Disney theme park staff revealed

What's it really like to work at Disneyland?

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Disney workers reveal secrets of the park

Disney is a land full of mystery and, as fun as it is to bask in the magic, sometimes you just want to get the dirt.

And the employees are spilling the beans - or rather the "cast members," because secret number one, according to TrendChaser, is that employees must always be in character.

They even have a secret language.

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The site says "going backstage" means a guest has wandered somewhere off limits... And if a cast member tells you, "Have a Disney Day!" you've probably annoyed them in some way - because, apparently, they only say that to rude customers.

The cast members also allegedly have to meet physical requirements. Princesses have to be between 5ft4 and 5ft8 and men must be clean shaven. And of course, no crazy piercings or tattoos allowed.

The Mirror reports that Disney will never turn the music off. If that happens, it means there is a real emergency... so listen up.

If you can handle these rule and still want to work at Disney, remember, "If you can dream it, you can do it!"

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