The Disney Point
You might be lost in the park, dying to get to the Matterhorn Bobsleds before everything closes for the night, so you spot a cast member and ask them for the shortest route. They courteously point you in the right direction, but you notice something a little different, a little more polished about their point. They’re using two fingers instead of one.
This is called the Disney Point, and its origin story varies depending on who you ask. Some say it’s an ode to Walt and the way he gestured towards places of interest with a cigarette in his hand, while others say it is to avoid shocking guests whose cultures define a one-fingered point as an insult.