Technically yes, I have had wisdom teeth removal but mine were weird and they had to cut open my gums and pull out the teeth before they could solidify into my gums or something like that. It was strange
I keep my coasters in tiers because my top ten was basically a tie for #2 and #3 anyway. If I were to actually make a ten list, it would be something like this, the lines separate tiers:
Indiana Jones Adventure - my favorite ride of all time including coasters.
1. Twisted Colossus - Fantastic...
I saw World of Color opening year if that counts.
For coasters: InvadR, Joker, Twisted Colossus.
For flats and dark rides: Voletarium, Dare Devil (SFDK)
I could think of more, this is just what comes to mind
If something needs to coast uphill to be a cred, then by that definition some kiddie coasters with no uphill sections like Ba-a-a Express @Europa wouldn't count, as that ride's uphill section uses drive tires. I feel like many of us always try to make this a black-and-white matter and in most...
My first true airtime coaster would have been Roar at SFDK (rip) or Giant dipper at Santa Cruz. I used to love the small pops of air (although I didn't know that's what it was) on mine trains when I was a lot younger.
Matterhorn has gotten too painful for my back, but it is a very cool ride with excellent theming I can appreciate.
I also think that Full Throttle, while a very fun ride with some insane elements, just doesn't come together and has a "eh that was fine" vibe.
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Apollo's Chariot, Busch Gardens Williamsburg
Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, Disneyland
Dominator, Kings Dominion
Flight Deck, California's Great America
Gold Striker, California's Great America
Intimidator 305, Kings Dominion
Joker, Six Flags Discovery...
Disney coasters are often overlooked, but many are really underrated and fun rides and often offer stunning theming. Which is your favorite (does not have to be one you've ridden)? Coasters that are essentially the same ride even if there are different layouts have been grouped together, and...
I'd say standing, on the rolling launches you feel like you're picking up speed but I only feel a true sense of acceleration from a standing launch. Not to mention the tension from waiting to be launched!