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  • Just for Fun - What ride would you not ride, even if I paid you a million dollars?

    Everyone is afraid of something. Maybe it is a rollercoaster. Maybe it is a ferris wheel. Maybe it is a water ride. Maybe a ride that spins. You know yourself. What ride, if you were offered 1 million dollars, would you still say No Way!
    BarbaraAnn


  • #2
    There is no ride I won't ride at Disneyland but outside the park I REFUSE to ride a Gravitron! The one where you lay against the walls and they slide up and down while the ride spins!
    I won't tell you what happened to me in the past on that ride but it was awful!!! Never again!!!!!!
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    • #3
      A million dollars??? I'd eat my own vomit while going on Small World for a million dollars! (Sorry for being graphic, just emphasizing a point.) But let's say money isn't involved. I'd never go on the Davey Crocket canoes. Not out of fear of water or anything, but just because canoeing seems more like labor than fun. Me and my friend used to have a joke that the people in the canoes were people who got caught hopping the back wall and they are forced to row all day. Plus you can see everything form the Mark Twain and Columbia that you can from the canoes.

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      • #4
        There is NO ride I would not ride... you HAVE to ride all of the rides. At least in my book.
        Mellymouse




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        • #5
          Nothing....

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          • #6
            NO way canoes are way fun! Till you are actually on em and you are getting splashed by everyone who has never even used a canoe before. But yeah great fun! LOL

            Hmm what ride would I not ride... http://disneyland.disney.go.com/disn...AttractionPage

            I have been on it a few times but each time I go on it, it takes alot of talk from my friends to get me up there LOL Again!

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            • #7
              Matterhorn, Big Thunder and Golden Dreams at DCA...and I am serious...I'll get on them...once in a while...but i hate those rides...Golden Dreams i've never seen, but i will not step foot in there...

              When I do get on matterhorn...I always yell out Dolly's drop at its location and I turn up my iPOD music and sing out loud to a song...
              Went to a party the other night
              All the ladies were treating me right
              Moving my feet to the disco beat
              How in the world could I keep my seat
              All of a sudden I began to change
              I was on the dance floor acting strange
              Flapping my arms I began to cluck
              Look at me..I'm the disco duck


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              • #8
                There is no ride I won't ride at Disneyland but outside the park I REFUSE to ride a Gravitron! The one where you lay against the walls and they slide up and down while the ride spins!
                Heh heh... One time, I was at an ameusment park in Oklahoma and my brother and I got on one of those. Just as they were closing the door, some really obease kid and his buddy get on. The buddy is yelling to everyone in the ride, "This kid just ate 14 pieces of pizza!" I don't mean to be cruel, but this kid didn't look like the type who could keep something like that down. That was the scariest ride of my life.

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                • #9
                  For a million bucks, I'd ride Michael Eisner piggyback from Burbank to Anaheim (or visa-versa). Seriously, though. I will NOT get on the Maliboomer. My fear of heights is much too angry. (...but for a $million I can close my eyes!). I'd go on Golden Dreams a second time but you'd have to wake me up to pay me.

                  The canoes are a hoot. It is not work, it is recreation. It's also very cooling on a hot day when the idiot in front of you can't work out the complicated dynamics of operating a paddle. :lol:
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                  -Art Linkletter July 17, 2005-


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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by PumpkinKing!
                    NO way canoes are way fun! Till you are actually on em and you are getting splashed by everyone who has never even used a canoe before. But yeah great fun! LOL

                    Hmm what ride would I not ride... http://disneyland.disney.go.com/disn...AttractionPage

                    I have been on it a few times but each time I go on it, it takes alot of talk from my friends to get me up there LOL Again!
                    Touche`! I love that ride...that you are keeping secret for some reason so i won't spoil it. Well, i like that ride. If i don't go on it it's ok, but i'd take it over canoes!

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                    • #11
                      It's gone now, but given the circumstances it was still around, I wouldn't ride Superstar Limo again for a million dollars. It was painful *enough* going on it the first time around. Just...UGH. >_< heh.



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                      • #12
                        I'm a big thrill seeker, so I'll ride anything here there or anywhere. Even at Six Flags. The only thing I ain't been on yet is Superman the Ride, mostly because the queue is at least three hours long every time I go....

                        I waited four hours to ride X at that park and was scared ****LESS.

                        Besides, when I got my AP I promised myself that I would do everything listed on the map the day I got my AP. So, if the keelboats had been on there, I woulda done em, even if let's say they were in the process of sinking.

                        I've already done the canoes and Innoventions (shudder at the last one!) and everything else should just be fun
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                        • #13
                          I'd cut off my own leg for a million bucks, but for arguments sake- the only ride that has ever scared me (and I almost cried!) is X at Magic Mountain. And I would even consider giving it a second chance.
                          �In a world filled with hate, we must still dare to hope. In a world filled with anger, we must still dare to comfort. In a world filled with despair, we must still dare to dream. And in a world filled with distrust, we must still dare to believe.� -Michael Jackson


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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by TinkPink
                            I'd cut off my own leg for a million bucks, but for arguments sake- the only ride that has ever scared me (and I almost cried!) is X at Magic Mountain. And I would even consider giving it a second chance.
                            ME TOO..... I almost peed myself. And I WAS crying by the end. It was terrifying. And I want to ride it again. BADLY.
                            Member of the Disney Class of 2005
                            Disneyland CM for 4 years.
                            May 6, 2005 - present.

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                            • #15
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