Disneyland is the happiest place in the world according to diehard Disney fans, and I can see why they think that! It\u2019s a place filled with fun, laughter, wonder, and a whole lot of magic! It really is the happiest place on Earth. After all, who doesn\u2019t want to meet a real-life Disney character? (If you answered me to that question, what\u2019s wrong with you?) At Disney, everyone can let out their inner child and they can roam around the park with a giant smile on their face. disneydose.com It\u2019s almost impossible to be sad here. Because of its elite status as the happiest place in the world, there are a lot of myths, rumors, and gossip surrounding the place. Mainly, what goes on after the park closes. There are countless rumors, most of them stranger than the one before them. disneydose.com One of the biggest rumors surrounds the staff, and what they can and can\u2019t do. According to multiple ex\u00a0Disney members\u00a0of staff, they\u2019re not allowed to have facial hair, wear too much or too little makeup, have long hair or short hair, and they\u2019re not allowed to have tattoos. disneydose.com Apparently, the rules are so strict that it ruins their love for the Disney films. One of the biggest rules they have to follow involves the way they point. disneydose.com If you\u2019ve ever been to Disneyland, you may have noticed that a lot of the staff force smiles. You can\u2019t help but feel a bit bad for the staff (or cast members, as they\u2019re called) because they have a really tough job. Disneyland might be the most magical and happiest place on earth for children (and big kids like myself), but for the staff, who have to constantly smile, be happy and act as though they can\u2019t hear kids screaming the entire time, it\u2019s a hard job. disneydose.com It\u2019s like becoming a parent to thousands of children who aren\u2019t yours. I know I couldn\u2019t do that as a job! On top of having to act like everything is fine and happy, there are a number of odd rules that members of staff must follow at all time. Some of these rules are pretty obvious, they\u2019re not allowed to swear in front of guests, and they must pick up any rubbish on the spot. https:\/\/www.instagram.com\/p\/BXZMEU7FV0-\/?taken-bylearning_to_fly_____ But one of the strangest rules Disneyland staff have to follow revolves around how they point. Disney staff are not allowed to point using just one finger. If a member of staff needs to point towards something, they have to use their index and middle finger, rather than just their index finger, which many of us use day to day. disneydose.com But in some cultures, pointing with one finger is considered to be a rude gesture, Disneyland wants to avoid accidentally causing offense. But they also do the \u2018Disney Point\u2019 because a two-fingered point apparently seems more friendly than just a one finger point. https:\/\/www.instagram.com\/p\/BZvBH56lYyv\/?taken-byajlorenzo This method of pointing was also a throwback to how Walt gestured when he went to the park. He would often point with a cigarette between his fingers, which was\u00a0often seen gesturing with two fingers, as a result. disneydose.com Obviously, as time went on, the cigarette was edited out to try and avoid influencing children into smoking (which is neither big nor clever), which mean he was often portrayed as pointing with two fingers. But the \u2018Disney Point\u2019 is not the only Disney secret. https:\/\/www.instagram.com\/p\/BUzMhL-gbBn\/?taken-bymichellenmayo As I mentioned, the park has a lot of rules to try and ensure that their guests and visitors are happy and feel welcomed. One of these rules is that staff who are unable to answer a question can\u2019t say\u00a0\u2018I don\u2019t know\u2019. So if a staff member can\u2019t answer a guest\u2019s\u00a0question, they have to ring around and find out for them. Now that\u2019s what I call good customer service. disneydose.com There\u2019s also a (less strange) secret code that mode staff members use to avoid being rude to guests. If you\u2019ve ever been to Disneyland and a member of staff said: \u201cHave a magical Disney Day\u201d, then sorry, but you\u2019re a bit of a terrible person. One Redditor wrote: \u201cI work at Disney and \u2018have a magical day\u2019 is a mouse for \u2018go f*** yourself\u2019.\u201d disneydose.com Ouch! I think I\u2019d cry if someone said that to me! But it sure is something you should pay attention to the next time you visit Disneyland! Credits: buzz.auntyacid.com Share this story on Facebook with your friends.