Miceland has added a fourth chapter to their growing list of great advice on how to get your picture taken with a Disney character. One of his tips this time is that using sign language is a good way to communicate with the characters. It’s a great tip, but I’m no so sure a majority of the characters know sign language. Instead, I believe there is a gesture vocabulary that grows between a character and their handler from the zoo crew. Watch that interaction next time you’re waiting for a photo and adapt some of it for your own purposes.
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