Originally Posted by BJMRamage
Heck they even lock up Mickey Mouse at Disney World now too. you used to be able to see him and other characters strolling around the park and able to get a photo...now he's in his own house and might wave outside but you have to wait in line (and probably pay) for a photo with him.
My wife once flew down to Disney (Florida) to interview for the job as Mickey Mouse.
It seemed promising, except that the compensation was $6.15 per hour.
(if not minimum wage at the time, not far from it)
She learned a bit of a lesson about asking questions before traveling for a job opportunity.
My only other Mickey Mouse story was that a friend of mine worked in a bookstore with a guy who looked just like Santa Claus.
One time Santa Claus guy went down to Disney and hooked up with a fellow who played Mickey Mouse.
This story does nothing but make one picture Santa screwing Mickey Mouse.