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    Re: If you were a Disneyland Cast Member, Which ride would you work at?

    I would have to go with Pirates, cause I love to look at the Wench CM outfits.

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    Re: If you were a Disneyland Cast Member, Which ride would you work at?

    Splash Mountain for me, hands down. It's not indoors, so you don't have to deal with inadquate lighting or musty smells, but at the same time it's enclosed with enough shade and running water to keep it cool.
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    Re: If you were a Disneyland Cast Member, Which ride would you work at?

    I'd go with the Train, Monorail, Mark Twain, or Columbia. I would work just about any attraction except for a mountain/coaster. I really don't think I would like to work one of those.
    I think I would rather just walk around and pick up trash or something like that. A "simple" job that gives you alot of excercise.

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    Re: If you were a Disneyland Cast Member, Which ride would you work at?

    Disney Gallery or the 50th Exhibit.
    For rides, DLRR.
    During hot days, Indy.

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    Re: If you were a Disneyland Cast Member, Which ride would you work at?

    Quote Originally Posted by pineapplewhipaddict
    I'd like to work on Pirates of the Caribbean. I absolutely adore the outfits, it's air-conditioned, and my favorite attraction ^_^

    And from what I've read in Mouse Tales, they have the craziest CMs working there, and they get to spend more time with each other. I like the whole family-type feeling.
    Much agreed with every aspect of what you said. The outfits rock, it's not too bright, you get to smell fabulous food all day, it stays at a regular tempature, plus it's cool!

    If I could pick any job, I'd want to be a character or a Tour Guide. I'm a history major and I love reading about disney history of all apsects, and I'd love to share it with people. Plus, it'd be good exercise to walk around all day, which is also why i'd be a character, like maybe a Princess or Alice in Wonderland, simple dress that you won't die in while standing in the hot sun (or at least I don't think) Or just be a performer, since I love to dance so much.
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    Re: If you were a Disneyland Cast Member, Which ride would you work at?

    Work the parade, and you just have to show up at 3:00 and just before 7:00 p.m.!

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    Re: If you were a Disneyland Cast Member, Which ride would you work at?

    ummmm instead of working at a ride can I work at the churro cart?? you know one churro to sell one for me muwuaaaaaaaaaaaaaa !!!

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    Re: If you were a Disneyland Cast Member, Which ride would you work at?

    I would work at the Haunted Mansion. I've been feeling kinda up to that task (being grim but enjoying it) for awhile...

    but then again I will be working at WDW soon *gulps*



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    Re: If you were a Disneyland Cast Member, Which ride would you work at?

    Quote Originally Posted by Garrett240
    Easy..Once casting saw me and my big guns of arms they would send me to the canoes and I would be a canoe boy...




    I would say monirail or trains. It least it's some movement and not standing in the same 5-6 places all day long.
    Oh yeah where's your Disneyland picture showing off your "big guns"? ;o)

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    Re: If you were a Disneyland Cast Member, Which ride would you work at?

    princess

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    Re: If you were a Disneyland Cast Member, Which ride would you work at?

    A 'driver' on an old-time Main Street vehicle. Not cos I like vehicles, I just like Main Street.
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    Re: If you were a Disneyland Cast Member, Which ride would you work at?

    Would be neat to be a "character" also. I know it's hot as an oven in there but I bet being in one of those things, I would be able to act very differently from how I normally do.

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    Re: If you were a Disneyland Cast Member, Which ride would you work at?

    Lots of interesting responses:

    For attractrions I would love to work Jungle Cruise or the Railroad.
    For food service - Club 33
    For retail - Disney Gallery
    For entertainment - stunts on the Columbia during Fantasmic
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    Re: If you were a Disneyland Cast Member, Which ride would you work at?

    Quote Originally Posted by Micoofy Duck
    Oh yeah where's your Disneyland picture showing off your "big guns"? ;o)
    Are you kidding?? I see what happens to CM's who have their pics posted here. Besides, I wouldn't want my wife to have to come on the boards and threaten everybody.....

    Just stay there thinking about my manly, big o' guns and be happy

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    Re: If you were a Disneyland Cast Member, Which ride would you work at?

    Quote Originally Posted by Joshrzmeup
    Much agreed with every aspect of what you said. The outfits rock, it's not too bright, you get to smell fabulous food all day, it stays at a regular tempature, plus it's cool!
    Yes, those are positive aspects but take it from someone who worked there once and didn't really care for the "Load" position. It's somewhat fast paced but frustating work when you try to load a boat and the guests just want to seat themselves. I remember countless times when I would ask a group how many were in their group and they would say 6 and I would load three in row 1 and three in row 2. Then I start loading the rest fo the boat with the next group and I look back and see that group of six just split themselves up and are now taking the first three rows instead of two, which throws off the next groups seating arrangement.

    Other than that, Pirates was cool. Especially working the tower.

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