Disney theme parks might be a place where dreams come true for guests, but they can also be a nightmare for the staff.The behavior of some visitors is so high-maintenance that staff has a special name for them.If a visitor is particularly rude or disruptive – staff will refer to them as a “treasured guest.”Disney has rules against employees using negative or insulting language in front of customers.So the staff has come up with a more diplomatic name for the worst visitors. Before it all turns into a World of Color. 🌈 (Photo: @disneysoarin ) . . #Disneyland #MickeysFunWheel #ParadisePier #DisneyCaliforniaAdventure #FamilyVacation #DisneyVacation #Disney #DisneyMagic A post shared by Disneyland (@disneyland) on Sep 6, 2017 at 9:59am PDT It isn’t the only code used by employees though – they also have a secret phrase for other incidents, including vomit and the scattering of a dead person’s ashes.For instance, if a guest vomits somewhere in the park – a common occurrence when fast rides and fast food are combined – it is called a “protein spill.”If a protein spill takes place, staff will be called to a “Code V” situation.On the Disney cruise line, staff also have a phrase for when a kid pees in the pool – it’s called a “Code Winnie.”But one of the most unsettling phrases is used when a guest illegally tries to scatter someone’s ashes.As Disney theme parks are often sentimental places, there are several instances every year of visitors spreading a loved one’s ashes either on a ride or elsewhere on site.If that has happened, a “white powder alert” is announced and a staff member is immediately sent to clear up the ashes while the ride is halted.