Do you like scary roller coasters?
Roller coasters sims have left me without remote desire.
THE BEAST FOREVER!!!
I like roller coasters, but hate being around huge crowds of people. So unless I win the lottery and buy a roller coaster I won’t be riding one. Unless i build my own…
I hate roller coasters, they terrify me. The heights, high speeds, jolting twists and turns and complete lack of control all scares me out of my mind. I know that quite a few individuals absolutely love the thrill of a good coaster and I have no qualms with that, more power to you. I just can’t ride them. My last time on a coaster I gritted my teeth the whole time and was certain I was going to die. Never again. Sorry thrill ride fans.
I think the big scary ones are really cool, but with my equilibrium, the coaster wouldn’t be the only thing making a “round trip”.
I get nauseous in Lazy River rides.
- Texas Giant
- Iron Rattler
Hard to decide
nothing spinny for me though thanks
After flying Air Force fighter jets when in my 20s, I have no need.
The Woot! Writer should come visit me in Myrtle Beach, SC to ride the wooden ‘Swamp Fox’ rollercoaster at Family Kingdom!
Not at this point in my life. When I was in my teens and twenties they were awesome and I would ride in the front with my hands up. Cedar Point was my go to place.
Now, at this point in my life, they hurt my back, neck, and parts of my body I didn’t know existed.
So, in summary, I loved them when I was younger and now just appreciate them from a distance.
Love steel roller coasters, but have sworn off wooden ones. I have to schedule an appointment with chiropractor after riding wooden ones.
I was riding the Cyclone at Coney Island when I was 5, and have ridden many other through the years. But now I am old and afraid a roller coaster ride would rip the plaque off my arteries and give me a stroke.
Yeah, I guess I have ridden a few. Quit counting a while back but it’s probably around 200…
I rode one once. I was 14 and my brother and his friend talked me into going on the ride with them (they had already ridden multiple times).
So, I can say I have ridden a coaster. But I don’t like any of the feelings from riding one, so I’ve never been again.
Now I’m the great friend that sits with everyone’s stuff, while they ride. And I enjoy the games and food.
The best ones have the voice of an old timey prospector telling you that the bridge is out.