The magical world of Disney. Disneyland and Disneyworld are both known for their many rules for employees at their parks, especially for all the costumed characters. Breaking character by talking or doing anything to hint at a person being inside are strictly prohibited. But sometimes...things just happen.

I once had a conversation with a young man who worked at Tokyo Disneyland. The stories he told me about employee rules of behavior were almost militant. For example, whoever was inside Disney's biggest star, Mickey Mouse, was not even allowed to tell co-workers that he was in fact Mickey Mouse. The identity of Mickey was confidential, shrouded in secrecy. Making Disneyland as magical as possible was, and still is, of utmost importance. No reminders of the gimmicks behind the illusions were tolerated. So as you can imagine, all cast and crew took these codes of conduct very seriously.

Watch an adorable guardian angel who suddenly becomes human survive the perils of high school and first love in High School-Love On

The following video is not from Tokyo Disneyland, but I just had to share it. As hard as everyone tries, sometimes things just happen, and sometimes, it's just impossible to not find humor in that. On that note... Welcome to the magical world of Disney fails.