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Cinderella Castle Evokes a Shocking & Sickening Reaction From a First-Time Female Guest

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It’s not uncommon for Disney fans to have over-the-top reactions to arriving at Disney World for the first time. (Some fans have a variety of over-the-top reactions every time they visit.) But one guest’s extremely physical reaction upon arriving at Magic Kingdom Park likely takes the cake. Or . . . tosses it. We’re not sure.

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A First For Everyone

What do you remember about your very first visit to Disney World?

If you first visited the Central Florida Disney parks when you were so young, you didn’t need a ticket (0 to 3 years old), it’s likely that the memories of your first trip are hazy and confusing at best, which is good because even at Disney World, there’s not much magic or excitement to experience under the canopy of a baby stroller.

For some, it’s that first glimpse of a Walt Disney World sign along the roads that lead into the Florida Disney Parks property–a sight they had only seen in images online up to that point. For others, it’s the first time they meet Mickey Mouse, Tiana, or Rapunzel at Magic Kingdom. Some guests are awestruck by the nighttime spectacular at Seven Seas Lagoon at EPCOT.

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EPCOT’s “Luminous”/Credit: Disney Parks

But for many fans–both young and young at heart–nothing brings up those feelings of childhood nostalgia–nothing evokes the strength of emotions–like the visage of Cinderella Castle.

Cinderella’s Grand Estate

Located at the end of Main Street, U.S.A., and serving as the hub leading to five unforgettable lands at Magic Kingdom, Cinderella Castle has long been the most recognized and iconic structure at the Walt Disney World Resort.

But despite her grandeur, some guests walk past her without the gaze, only noticing her when they need a reference point in the park, failing to realize the sheer wonder that lies in her design, in her construction, in her halls, and on her walls.

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Cinderella Castle is the most photographed structure at Disney World and one of the most photographed buildings in the world.

Her construction took 18 months to complete. She stands 189 feet high, and her walls are ten inches thick and made of reinforced concrete, gypsum plaster, and fiberglass. She was made to withstand the lashes of the winds handed down by a Category 3 hurricane.

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Atop the grand structure stand 27 towers, each numbered 1 through 29. Towers 13 and 17 were never built, as they would not have been seen from any vantage point in the park, and tower 10 has a clock on it.

She’s a gorgeous spectacle, indeed, but it’s not the materials in her design or the colors of paint in her decor that draw in fans time and time again.

An Expected Show of  . . . Emotion?

Something truly magical happens when a guest captures their first glimpse of Cinderella Castle. Occasionally, however, that first look at the magnificent icon has stirred more than just emotions in guests.

For many Disney fans who have waited years to witness the royal spectacle first-hand, as well as those Disney fans who are visiting Magic Kingdom for the sixth time this year, there’s an instant spark, an immediate connection, and a magical sense of home when Cinderella Castle first comes into view.

Many of them become giddy, nearly overcome with laughter and smiles. Others jump up and down, without a care about the opinions of those around them. And many of them cry. Lots and lots of them cry.

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But the castle has been known to evoke more than just emotions in guests who are experiencing her for the first time.

A young woman who recently visited the Most Magical Place on Earth and had her first-ever glimpse of Cinderella Castle had the most interesting reaction–and quite frankly, the most disgusting reaction–we’ve seen yet.

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In a video posted online, a young woman who simply goes by “Aida” shared a fellow Disney fan‘s reaction upon seeing Cinderella Castle for the first time. As she walks down Main Street, U. S. A., toward the magnificent beauty, she is quite obviously moved by the sight. She’s even brought to tears.

But in a matter of seconds, those tears give way to something entirely different.

@aidz_10 Genuine reaction #magickingdom #disney #fyp ♬ BRENT MORGAN What Dreams Are Made Of – Brent Morgan

Only seconds after the young woman first sets her sights on the castle, she begins to gag–and then she throws up on Main Street.

Under normal circumstances, a gagging reaction would usually signal disapproval of something, but in this case, the young fan was simply so moved by the emotions brought on by finally seeing Cinderella Castle that she vomited.

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When you consider her spectacular beauty, her grandeur, the painstaking details, and the labor of love that went into her construction, it’s hard to imagine Cinderella Castle causing anyone to start vomiting, but we won’t judge. Perhaps that’s a level of emotions we simply haven’t experienced yet (though a few of us may or may not be guilty of shedding a few tears at the sight of the glorious royal abode).

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Here’s hoping the young woman was able to compose herself, clean herself up, and have a magical day at “The Most Magical Place on Earth” that day!

About Becky Burkett

Becky's from the Lone Star State and has been writing since she was 10 and encountered her first Disney Park when she was 11. It was love at first Main Street Electrical Parade. Joy is blank lined journals, 0.7 mm pens, and all things Walt, Woody and Buzz, PIXAR, Imagineering, Sleeping Beauty (make it blue!), Disney Parks history and EPCOT. At Disney World, you'll find her croonin' with the birdies at the Enchanted Tiki Room or hangin' with Woody and the gang at Toy Story Land. If you can dream, you really can do it!

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