Top 10 Reasons Why Disneyland is Not the Happiest Place on EarthKyle21 Disney World was once titled the Happiest Place on Earth until it was retitled the Most Magical Place on Earth.
Disneyland is now titled the Happiest Place on Earth, and that's not true.
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I've been to Disney World, and Disneyland, and at both, half the people don't look happy, the title is wrong. - Kyle21
I saw a dad spanking his daughter and making her cry
They are Happy.
On our honeymoon the first person we went to was to get a bottle water. The person held out a cheddar popcorn and when we replied that we hadnt requested popcorn we recieved the most digusted look as if we personally destroyed this persons worldview and we were scum? Like... (little rascals) Oootttay. Can we have a water. Thanks.V 1 Comment
I bought a Perry the Platypus pet-mode plush there for $14. It was like $8 at the Disney store at the mall
$100 for a 1 day park hopper ticket is just ridiculous!
$5 Starbucks? REALLY?
It costs $15 for a coffee mug, $20 for a hat, and $40 for a T-SHIRT!
How stupid! - Kyle21
It's always the kids messing with the food, and the sweat on hot days. - Kyle21
Ha! They're sweating like monkeys at the zoo! 😂
Nobody goes to Disneyland any more, its too crowded.
At Disneyland and Disney World, so many people want to go that that's the result.
Also, it's always that way any time of year. - Kyle21
The crowds at night is insane. It’s like Times Square on NYE!
When Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge opens, it’ll be PACKED to the MAX!
Riots are to be expected. - Gregory
I went to Disneyland with my dad, and I went on Space Mountain, and the line was long.
The trip was ok, but the lines were long, yet I heard about fast track passes, and I used that for the shuttle bus, but didn't realize that I needed so many fast track passes per ride, so the disadvantage was, that the security let in at least 40-50 fast track people, and only 8 normal people.
Yet Disney World is the same way, and each ride has long lines and only a few people with regular passes can go on them.
UNFAIR! - Kyle21
Radiator Springs BROKE DOWN while my cousins, sister, and I ere standing in line for TWO HOURS! Ridiculous!
Now if 2 hours was bad, then realize that when Radiator Springs Racers first opened, people had to wait 6 hours.
6 HOURS just to ride it!
And the line started all the way from the entrance to California Adventure Park. - Gregory
Lines, lines everywhere. - Gregory
Once Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge opens, there will be CHAOS, and it’ll be HELL! - Gregory
It's not ALWAYS hot there. Last time I went, it was actually pretty cold. - MegaSoulhero
My cousin and I got sunburnt
I went to Disneyland and Disney World, and it is ALWAYS hot and humid there.
I was sweating and having hot flashes. - Kyle21
People are rude there. - Kyle21
I was trying to get onto some rides, and people ALWAYS walk too slow, yet they always disrespect others. - Kyle21
I saw a girl crying at Disneyland. I saw her dad spanking her and then she started to cry.
There's always whiny b$%#$es there, b$%#$es because even though they're kids, they always whine like babies we'll just say. - Kyle21
There's actually less Frozen at Disneyland than there used to be. There's only like two Frozen related things there right now. - MegaSoulhero
I'm Not Trying To Be Mean But, Frozen's Hate On This Site Is Going Too Far - JPK
Frozen is one of the most overrated movies ever, and Disney is forcing it down our throats.
Stupid Disney today. - Kyle21
Disney claims that it's affordable. NO IT IS NOT.
I spent $100 on admission ALONE! I had to pay tax as well. Everything that's sold at the parks is overpriced. It costs $5 for STARBUCKS and $14 for a SMALL PLUSH TOY! I spent $8 on ONE corn dog and a small bag of chips. NO DRINK INCLUDED. And since I am from Philadelphia, I had to buy airline tickets.
Luckily I have family in Southern CA so I stayed at their houses instead of the hotels, which saved us hundreds of dollars.
This is already on the list genius.
Fat people, fat people everywhere!
I read the Disneyland 99 Creepypasta. Then my mom and my sister forced me on It's a Small World. To make the ride more tolerable I decided to find the hanging doll/suicidal person. I didn't find it at all. SO DISAPPOINTING! :(
Now the legend about of the ashes of dead people filling the parks is true and it’s much worse than we thought, - Gregory
Most of the deaths are from preexisting medical conditions, though some were from suicide or shootings, like a cast member as a victim of the Las Vegas Strip Shooting. - Gregory
People have also died from being reckless and not following the safety rules, like climbing out of ride vehicles while they were still in motion.
Thank you Disney for another Pixar themed area that we didn't need to replace another area
Disney, are really that desperate for more money?
Sadly, this is true. Why would they change it?
No, this isn't true
It's true, and they made a deal, and it's no rumor, they're actually doing it, and it's for money. - Gregory
Radiator Springs broke down after I stood in line for TWO HOURS!
You do realize people waited 6 hours when Radiator Springs first opened.
And the line started all the way from the entrance to Disney California Adventure Park. - Gregory
Seriously. Just look up "Mickey and Minnie Mouse costumes from the 30s".
We all know Disney World is not the happiest place on Earth, but it does have a better-designed castle that stands out, Cinderella's Castle. but Disneyland has Sleeping Beauty's castle, and it's a short and puny one compared to Cinderella's in Orlando. - Kyle21
Sleeping Beauty's castle looks ugly compared to Cinderella's castle at Disney World.
Walt Disney envisioned Sleeping Beauty’s Castle in his park, and it is small because at the time, he and his team didn’t have enough money or the budget to build a bigger castle. - Gregory
They should really add their own installation of Pandora at Disneyland, or at some remote forest near it.
As you know, we should connect with nature in such a matter. - Kyle21
Nearly every photo of my Disneyland vacation has at least 1 person in it.
Just look what they did to the Tower of Terror, they just turn them into movie themed rides just for marketing, so they can make more money.
Sheesh. - Gregory
And to go on rides, too
That's cruelty and abuse, yet a violation at making people happy.
The employees must be stressed out and hate their job. - Gregory
They’re just people in costumes (sorry for spoiling your magic, but it’s the truth). - Gregory
Especially for the lines to meet a character, but many rides have shaded queues these days, though there are some exceptions, as well as the fact that part of the lines on some of the rides are exposed to no shade.
Take Thunder and Splash Mountain for example, now if you’re looking for a truly shadeless line, let’s not forget Autopia.
Let's hope Star Wars Galaxy's Edge provides enough(and well-themed) shade as well as adequate safety measures for the guests as the place will be so popular that guests could wait many hours, or even a couple of days, just to get on the rides.
Likely 16 hours to get into the land and 6+ hours to go on the rides. - Gregory
I live in Philly so I would rather go to NYC for the holidays. At least the Rockefeller Center tree is FREE to visit!
(I have never been to NYC during Xmas so I would love to do that 1 day! )
A ticket to Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party costs $75 and a Very Merry Christmas Party costs $100.
Some people couldn't afford a ticket to either one of those parties. - Gregory
So much rotten food, and so much sweat and dead ashes. - Kyle21
True at both Disneyland and Disney World.
There's a reason why they often show up on a lost & found box. - Kyle21
At Disneyland, they closed the Tower of Terror. That was one of the best rides ever, and they closed it down to replace it with Guardians of the Galaxy, I bet that will be crap.
I've been on the Guardians ride and it's actually pretty awesome. - MegaSoulhero
California Screamin' closed on Jan 8, 2018, for an Incredibles ride.
Can't you believe it? Disney's trying to get money by replacing classics with garbage.
Look I Understand Your Furious That Classics Are Closing But Sometimes A Ride Has Ran Its Course - JPK
They're just taking away good things or refurbishing good things into crap, and they are no doubt greedy.
They take away/refurbish things into crap so that mindless "fans" or guests would give them their money.
It's no doubt Disney is desperate for money.
They're destroying classic history. That's like destroying the Mona Lisa, painted by Leonardo DaVinci, and he wanted to keep it, show the world, and have it stay forever.
That's why they closed down Tower of Terror and replaced it with Guardians of the Galaxy: Mission Breakout, and it's crap.
Disney is definitely going downhill. - Kyle21
Some rides actually are scary, and Disney is a place for families. The ExtraTERRORestrial Alien Encounter at Disney World was closed because it was too scary, and that was the same reason why Snow White's Scary Adventures, also at Disney World, was toned down, but still for reasons, they eventually closed it in 2012 for good.
Walt Disney didn't originally envision scary rides or thrill rides, but the Matterhorn Bobsleds at Disneyland proved them successful and became a thing for Disney property.
Plus, I don’t get why Indiana Jones Adventure and Guardians of the Galaxy are So popular when they’re so intense and scary for many, maybe the theme's attracting them.
But when a ride is so intense, or so scary, you’d expect fewer people to go bc most people wouldn’t be able to handle it, yet many people telling others it’s too scary and that Disney is about magic, comfort and joy. - Gregory
As with any particular roller coaster at any park. - Gregory
You know on a roller coaster or other thrill, when you go down a big drop, you can’t control yourself, and the camera tells you to smile, and it’s impossible to smile, unless you really smile from fear or thrill, and when you look at the photos, you see your face and you feel embarrassed.
For example, when you ride Splash Mountain and go down the intimidating drop, you are in shock and you lose it, it takes your photo and you plunge down the waterfall.
You are stirred and when you look at your photo, your face turns red from embarrassment.
I know because although people love the drop, others hate it, and feel embarrassed and bad for themselves. - Gregory
Especially on roller coasters.
The seating won’t accommodate everyone due to certain body shapes and sizes.
Some people are too fat or just not the right shape or size to ride anyway.
Disney provides guest satisfaction, but doesn’t want guest complaints. - Gregory
Thanks a lot Disney! (sarcasm) - Gregory
Screw Disney for that. - Gregory
A Bug's land's rides are dumb anyway.
FastPass used to be useful in reducing waits for some people on rides.
While it still works on preventing lines, it’s messed up.
First of all, in order to go on your favorite ride with FP+ now, you have to arrive to it at a specific time, and not everybody’s up for that.
Also, even with FP+, there’s still waiting (though not as long), and to get a new one, you have to spend lots of money on it.
Yet the new FP+ system's caused standby wait times for the rides to get longer.
Which is unfair.
Disney is gone WAY downhill. - Gregory
I’ve known about Disney and that there are cast members.
They look happy, and are spreading joy to the parks.
But it looks.
When I learned more about what it’s like to work at Disney, my smile flipped and I lost faith in Disney.
The ride and park employees are forced to stand for hours, and some even do it out in the hot sun, and even on summer days, they do the job.
The character actors wear their costumes, which are really hot inside and make them extremely sweaty.
When they’re inside the costumes, and combined with the outdoor heat, especially in the summer, they end up sweating like crazy and become severely dehydrated, so they must drink a lot during their breaks or they’ll get serious heatstroke and pass out, or even die.
Not to mention being inside the costumes while being out in the sun every day will cause extreme temperatures that will eventually give them 1st, 2nd or even 3rd degree burns.
And the princesses are forced to ...more - Gregory
Some people are just so irresponsible that they don’t care what the warning signs on certain rides say, and they just ignore them.
What if they have health problems, and they choose to go on the rides anyway?
People have died because of these, they had health problems, and they were aggravated when they rode the thrill rides.
It says for safety, you should be in good health and free from high blood pressure, heart, back or neck problems, motion sickness, or other conditions that could be aggravated.
Space Mountain had the highest casualty rate.
On August 14, 1979, a 31-year old woman, became ill and died due to a heart tumor dislodged into the brain.
In 1983, the 2nd fell and was paralyzed waist down, and a jury verdict told that Disneyland was not the blame, and during trial, the jury was to ride Space Mountain, and several rockets were brought into the court room to demonstrate how they work.
In August 2, 2000, 9 people suffered minor injuries when ...more - Gregory
It looks like it is, but it's not.
Instead, they used these strong pieces of wires to hold them together.
How dumb of Disney. - Gregory
Vegas is more targeted to adults, so I had more fun there when I went to both Vegas and Disneyland a few years ago (I was 23)
You can stay out later in Vegas. I was out on the Strip until nearly 2AM. Disneyland closed at midnight.
I went hungry at Disneyland cause food was so expensive. I paid $34 for a buffet at the Mirage and I left very satisfied.
It’s not as hot. It rained while I was at Vegas but there was no rain at Disneyland.
Free attractions with NO LINES! I didn’t have to waste hours standing in line for the Mirage volcano, Bellago fountains, or the Bellagio conservatory. They were available almost immediately. I only had to wait about 5-10 minutes for the volcano and the fountains, which is way better than 2+ hours for rides at Disney.
The rules say on dark rides no flash photography.
But we know people keep taking flash photos on those rides.
It’s prohibited since it reveals the technology and engineering that works the animatronics and is hidden in the dark.
Guests are supposed to have a magical experience, but it’s frequently ruined by flash photography.
Ever wonder one of the reasons why rides break down? - Gregory
On July 17, 1955, Walt Disney opened Disneyland, though not in the way things should have.
There were expected to be 11,000 people, as Walt Disney planned on having select people come.
But 28,421 came, as there were many counterfeit tickets available.
There was a long traffic jam spanning 7 miles.
People were standing in line on scorching asphalt for hours on end and it was 110°F, which caused the asphalt to melt, getting people's shoes stuck & melting.
People were getting baked & sunburned, yet given the number of people, food & water ran out, leaving everyone dehydrated & starving.
Everyone got heatstroke & nearly died that day, yet there were no bathrooms available, so they had to pee in the parking lots.
There was a gas leak in the castle, which almost set it on fire (which could’ve been deadly).
Yet not all the attractions were finished being built at the time.
The plants, which were supposed to be lovely grass, were ...more - Gregory
They used to have a show called the Sword in the Stone Ceremony for it that ended in the early 2000s. I tried to pull it out and I failed miserably. It makes for a great photo op, though.
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