Disney World employees share the 7 things they wish park-goers would stop doing

  • Walt Disney Worldemployees, also known as cast members, are trained in the art of creating a positive experience for guests.

  • But some visitors to the famed Orlando park don't make things easy for the people who work there.

  • Business Insider spoke with eight former Walt Disney World cast members to get an idea of the most annoying guest behaviors.

  • From overly-aggressive pin-hunting to blaming cast members for bad weather, here are things that are sure to annoy or concern Walt Disney World cast members.

Walt Disney World cast members interact with a ton of guests every year.

As many as 20.4 million people visited the park in 2016. Not all of cast members' interactions with guests are going to be positive and seamless.

Former Disney World cast member John Quagliano told Business Insider that most guests are perfectly nice to cast members.

"But at the same time a lot of people can be really testy," he said.

He added that he understood why some Disney visitors might be on edge at the park.

"People have just spent this much money to have this wonderful vacation and come to Florida, and then all of a sudden they get to the park and they realize, 'Whoa. My family and I maybe have to stand in line for 20 minutes.' Or, 'It's raining and now the ride's closed down,'" said Quagliano, who worked in the Magic Kingdom. "A water's $3. So they get thirsty and they say, 'I just spent four grand on a hotel, how is the water $3?'"

But there are certain things that former cast members said you can avoid doing to avoid antagonizing cast members. Business Insider recently spoke to eight people who participated in the Disney College Program at the Walt Disney World Resort.

Here's a number of annoying guest behaviors that they said they wished people would drop.

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