Share your interesting experiences from Disneyland, Disney World, Disneyland Paris, or Disneyland Tokyo. Mine, all from Disneyland: No license When I was 3 or 4, I remember being worried about going on Mr. Toad's Wild Ride because I didn't know how to drive. My parents didn't seem to know that I didn't have a driver's license and I thought you really had to know how to steer! Attacked by a wild animal I was sitting on a bench in one of the walkways through Sleeping Beauty's Castle when one of Three Little Pigs costumed characters walked by. I had one leg crossed over the other. The pig playfully knocked my leg off my other leg. I looked up and laughed. To this day, I'm the only one I know to have been kicked by a Disney costumed character. Not killed at high speed My friend didn't want to go on the Matterhorn bobsleds, so I went by myself and was paired with strangers. In the middle of the ride, our bobsled zoomed down and around a corner, making a sweeping right turn to a slight incline, then slowed down and stopped. I looked around and saw that other bobsleds were still moving, including the one behind us! Employees appeared out of nowhere (they must live in the walls like gnomes!) and for a second I thought we were going to be hit by the bobsled behind us. But it slowed down too and stopped while making the sweeping turn. The employee ("cast member" in Disney parlance) said "it's number 10 again" into a radio, pushed our car (#10) a little, and soon all the bobsleds started up again. People Notmover The People Mover ride, which was later replaced by Rocket Rods, stopped once while my family was in a car approaching the end of the ride. After a 10 or 15 minute wait, employees came walking along the elevated walkway where the track runs and escorted us off. We got to walk around the last turn on the platform. It's plenty wide, but it made some people nervous since there were no handrails and no fence to keep us from falling off the edge if we didn't watch our step.