Question of the day

At amusement parks, are you drawn more to the scariest roller coaster or the tamest merry-go-round?

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6 Responses to Question of the day

  1. Jenny says:

    I like the fast scary stuff.

  2. Joy says:

    Give me the merry-go-rounds.

  3. SKL says:

    Historically, the scarier the better. But it’s been probably 10+ years since I’ve been on much of a ride, so I am not sure my aging bod would still appreciate it.

  4. Nikki says:

    Scarier the better!!!! I get so nervous, SO nervous that my hands sweat profusely!!! And I laugh, the entire time the thing is going. I’m a sissy about most things that might KILL me, but I love roller coasters!

    Ferris wheels are cool, if you want to see the scenery, or it’s night. Otherwise, they’re boring. The one ride I have always wanted to go on, but not brave enough, are the swings! My least favorite is the that stupid ship that leaves you hanging upside down!

  5. Laura says:

    I like the fast ones. They don’t have to be “scary”, but I like speed. My favorite roller coasters are in Universal Studios, Florida – The Hulk? I dunno. It’s green. And “Fire and Ice”, which might have a new name, by now. Both roller coasters (ok, all three, since F&I was a racing deal) were wicked fast and smooth (also very important), and I loved every second of those rides.

    I can’t wait for Josh to be big enough to ride. What fun it will be to introduce him to them!!

  6. starlaschat says:

    Tame please I feel like Im really branching out going on the merry go round. The one is Missoula Montana is very very fast kind of fun. No scary rides for me please.

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