Stop offending my mum!!!!!!!
The thing is though, nobody is bothered that you didn't ride The Smiler, we are bothered that you pretty much completely made a story up for no apparent reason.fefa said:I honestly find it HILARIOUS that someone gets upset about another person not trying a ride.
It's not like YOU cooked for me and I refuse to eat it, right?
I think it's nothing but my choice not to ride a rollercoaster that looks and feels uncomfortable.
I do not consider myself to be a rollercoaster junky like most of you are and do not follow a coaster count, yet I would think that I've been on enough rides to have a rough idea which type of rides I like and dislike.
You guys act up as if I offended you mum and even accuse me of lying - seriously guys, grab yourself a bag of maturity!
Again, I think it's all very immature and super hilarious what you guys are writing.
ashtonrick said:Went on the Smiler twice back in August and didn't really get what everyone was saying about it being really rough to be honest, mind you, I don't mind an SLC and have never found Traumatizer/Infusion that rough so must be slightly immune.
Really enjoyed the ride myself although it was just an endless onslaught of inversions - must admit my favourite part though was the 2 airtime hills
Went back on today and whilst I noticed the odd jolt here and there, hardly found it uncomfortable at all and again really enjoyed it. In fact, I got more of a headbashing on the backseat of Nemesis (which was as good as ever) lol.
While I disagree, I can understand it. The ride offers a decent length, an "unusual" ride and (in the right seat at the right time of day ) is good "fun". So I can understand people actually enjoying itDarren B said: