Top 10 Worst Things About Amusement ParksWe love them all, but places like Six Flags, Sea World, and Disney World have bad points
Yup easily the worst thing about amusement parks! Especially it can be worse if you are waiting so long in a line and almost there except the ride or roller coaster has broken down and you just wasted like a few hours and that happened to me on valravn once.
Even worse is when the ride breaks down when you're almost to the front...
It's a soft toy not stuffed animals. Stuffed animal is a dead animal that has been stuffed with material and is used as an ornaments, you see them in museums.
I like the claw machines
From my experiences:
Disneyland admission: $100
Dorney Park admission: $40
Six Flags Great Adventure's admission: $60
Hersheypark admission: $40
Even though I used discount coupons at Dorney, Hershey, and Great Adventure, the price is $30.
Good thing that the boardwalk amusement parks that I've been to (Casino Pier, Santa Cruz, Pacific Park, Gillian's, Playland's Castaway Cove, Trimper's, Morey's Piers, and Steel Pier) have free admission.
No. The roller coasters are very safe. you have a far more likely chance of dying on your way to/from the park and are more likely to die while fishing, get hit by lighting, and even get into a plane crash than die on a roller coaster.
Now they say you should be in good health and meet the height requirement, and that's why they have those warning signs at the entrance of each ride.
The chance of getting into a car accident is 1 in 6000
The chance of getting hit by lightning is 1 in 1,500,000
The chance of getting into a plane crash is 1 in 100,000,000
The chance of dying on a roller coaster is 1 in 1,500,000,000.
Roller coasters are extremely safe.
Are you the most GP person in the world? You put yourself at risk from driving to the amusement park than riding the roller coaster.
They are actually very safe. Malfunctions, injuries, and deaths do occur, but they're rare.
My mom thinks that all roller coasters at Six Flags parks can kill me.
Arcade games are basically gambling for little kids. Also once my cousin and I played this stacking game that looked super easy. (We played it because the prize was an iPod Touch) we were confident that we were gonna win but then the blocks HAD to fall on the last second...
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Once my dad and I got stuck on Steel Force at Dorney Park. It was on the lift hill. It only lasted a minute before it was running again.
Especially people who pull out selfie sticks and other banned items. Those items are banned for a reason.
When I went to Disney World, it rained once. We were at Animal Kingdom and it started raining and we ran into a theater.
Also another time we were at Steel Pier (in Atlantic City, NJ) and there was a HUGE downpour with wind that temporarily shut down the entire pier.
Well don't go on the crazy rides if you're prone to getting sick.
That's one of the reasons they have those warning signs in front of the fast rides.
Its like a mcdonalds
Dominos in a nut
Sometimes even sunscreen doesn't work. I got a sunburn on my leg at Hurricane Harbor in NJ and a heat rash at Disneyland.
Being too small is one thing, but being too tall can really suck sometimes