Disneyland workers must know answers
A former Disneyland employee has revealed three words the actors are not allowed to say.
Making sure the guests have the best experience they can is the main role of the employees, and the former staff member revealed that none of them are ever allowed to say 'I don't know', Pop Sugar reported.
This is reportedly because the lack of knowledge would spoil the fun at the park.
The former employee said: "If a guest asks you a question, you always have to have an answer, no exceptions.
"If you don't know it, find out, but don't say you don't know. If it's a silly question, make up a silly answer."
"If a child asks you what Tinker Bell eats before her flight across the Magic Kingdom during the fireworks, you better come up with an answer quickly."
There are other rules actors are instructed to follow. Another has to do with hand signals
Restaurant gets recording studio
Nando's have launched a new recording studio in one of their restaurants.
The South African fast food chain has created a working studio in the Soho branch, London, and offers professional equipment for aspiring musicians, producers and DJs.
A spokesperson said: "We're really excited to open our first music space, both for our growing network of artists, but also for our fans looking for a unique experience in restaurant.
"Some of the best ideas have started over PERi-PERi (or so we're told), so we're looking forward to hearing what happens when we bring together chicken and tunes."
Anyone wanting to visit the studio must apply at www.nandos.co.uk/explore/music, and lucky applications will be able to enjoy a free in-house engineer and industry equipment.
The recording studio is only available for a limited time only.