Gah no. The Blue Streak at age 4 scarred me for life.
oh yes yes yes!
Yes, but roller coaster connoisseurs are huge dorks.
love 'em. during college, a couple of friends made a cross-country trip, stopping at amusement parks to rate the best rollercoaster. their decision, made around 2002, was the hulk coaster at universal studios. i have to agree it was pretty awesome.
No, I hate anything that could be considered "fun!"
i can handle them if they don't go upside down, although i've always had this strange urge to try the batman ride at six flags great american despite knowing there is a good chance i'd die of fright if i did. i was always scared of them and then my parents made me go on my first one when i was 8 and had pneumonia in disney world. that experience has pretty much prevented me from ever trying another one.
yes. but not enough to actually go to an amusement park.
Definitely, but not as much as I used to when I was younger and really thought there was a legitimate chance I could die on them.
Hate the heights, love the thrill.
yes. i've never said no to a roller coaster.
I haven't been on a roller coaster in 18 years. (The last time was the Webster Elementary school sixth grade field trip.) I honestly have no idea. But I think I may be afraid of them.
Love them. Front seat or back, but never in the middle.
Absolutely, but the other Dan is right, roller coaster connoisseurs are huge dorks.Although we prefer to be called "enthusiasts" American Coaster Enthusiasts
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