Yes, you have to have a funny or twisted sense of humor to make it into that club.My wife would say not to encourage me... here's a couple Jungle ones...
Back when taking a picture involved actual film several of us would use this gag. We'd go to the store and buy a cheap roll of 35mm film. Then we'd pull the film out and roll it up like toilet paper, once rolled we would keep it in our front shirt pocket. When someone asked to take a picture we would quietly palm the film and place it on the back of the camera holding the edge of the film with our thumb. To stall while we setup we'd ask them how to us the camera, then step back. On the count of "3" we would move our palm allowing the film to drop and unravel (keep in mind our thumb is holding the edge of the film so it is unraveling in a long string). Guests would have a shocked expression thinking we ruined their vacation film... then we'd snap a picture and show them the camera was ok... it was just our roll of film... That was fun.
CVS used to sell bendable spiders that actually looked really real. I would usually bend the spider in a traditional tarantula "attack" pose, back legs down hind legs splayed. Then I'd hide it in my hand under my Indy hat and surprise tourists with it. I also had a beetle and a scorpion that I did the same thing with when I was bored. If you know what you're doing you can make them look pretty real. A friend made a beautiful leather pouch for me, specifically to keep them in!
I also used to have a large rubber snake that I kept in a satchel and would only take out for pictures. Some Asian cultures are very afraid of snakes. At one time over by Bengal BBQ I had 2 competing tour guides complete with their respective tours surround me and start taking pictures. I was on Jungle at the time and had a spider on one shoulder and a beetle on the other. I put an arm over each tour guide and posed for the cameras... at the last moment I pulled out the snake. It scared the guides and sent tourists running through Adventureland squeeling. I probably would have gotten away with it exept that Adventure1 (my manager) happened to be walking by headed for Lunch. She had a hard time trying to discipline me without laughing.
We also used to use fishing line and setup the spider at Jungle's exit to drop on people... yeah that was always fun... was years ago. My point in admitting all this is to say that Jungle Skippers can be pretty funny when they get bored. Jungle was considered the "Daycare of Disneyland" and we took pride in that reputation!