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Posted 4/23/12

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pinkrusse. Do yourself a favour and read the rules.

I'm not in the mood to edit your posts, and double+triple posting is against the rules.

Your thread even breaks the rule about "no personal threads", but I'm being nice and letting it exist because people might discuss cool theme parks.


I'm really sorry. You may delete this thread then. I'll privately speak with the others outside of the forums.


You have to understand the fact that normal discussion is prohibited on the forums.
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Do you suffer from reading comprehension?


- Stop double posting
- Stop triple posting
- I'm allowing this thread to exist

How hard can it be to understand that?


Also, notice that your post is missing, pinkrusse. That's because you ONCE again double posted. Stop it.

If you look at the top right corner of every post, you'll see a check box that you can tag. Once you've marked the posts you want to quote, you scroll to the bottom of the last post and click on "Quote selected". That will open a new page where all the posts you tagged will be quoted.

So please, stop double posting and start reading my posts instead of assuming something I'm not saying.

You don't even need to reply to this post, because I don't care as long as you stop double posting.
Posted 4/23/12 , edited 4/23/12


In Orlando, it is best to avoid going on weekends and school holidays during peak season. Usually the earlier part of the week is best. If you come during the summer, be prepared for afternoon thunderstorms that are typically done by 4-5 PM (you can almost set your clock to them).

You are going to be blowing a lot of money on mediocre food, I am sorry to say. If you are visiting any parks with specialty dining establishments, it is worth it to make a reservation and spend the extra money to eat at one of those, unless you are on a strict budget and food quality isn't as important to you. In that case, stick to fairly fool-proof items like deli sandwiches and salads. If money is no object, I can supply a list of best bets for food at the Orlando theme parks for you.

Rides and shows you do not want to miss by park:

Disney World

Magic Kingdom: Pirates of The Carribbean, Splash Mountain (very wet), Haunted Mansion, Space Mountain, Main Street Electrical Parade, PhilharMagic

EPCOT: Spaceship Earth, Test Track, Maelstrom (Norway), Soarin' (The Land), Honey, I Shrunk The Audience

Animal Kingdom: It's Tough To Be A Bug, Festival of The Lion King, Kilimanjaro Safaris, Pangani Forest Exploration Trail, Maharaja Jungle Trek, Kali River Rapids, Expedition Everest, Primeval Whirl, DINOSAUR

Hollywood Studios: Aerosmith Rockin' Roller Coaster, Tower of Terror, The Great Movie Ride, Star Tours, Backlot Tour, Muppets 3D

Universal Orlando Resort

Universal Studios: Rip Ride Rockit, Jaws, The Mummy Ride, The Simpsons Ride, Men In Black Alien Attack, Disaster!

Blue Man Group

Islands of Adventure: The Incredible Hulk Coaster, The Amazing Adventures of Spiderman, Dr. Doom's Fear Fall, Popeye and Bluto's Bilge-Rat Barges, Jurassic Park River Adventure, Harry Potter and The Forbidden Journey, Dragon Challenge Coaster

Sea World
Manta, Kraken, Dolphin Cove, Journey To Atlantis, Shark Encounter, Wild Arctic, One Ocean (Shamu), any of their interactive tours

Go do Discovery Cove once, if you've never swam with dolphins before - also, their aviary and interactive stingray pool are fantastic.

Water Parks in order of great to OK:
1. Aquatica
2. Typhoon Lagoon
3. Blizzard Beach
4. Wet & Wild
5. Water Mania



AHTL wrote:

Do you suffer from reading comprehension?



Not 100% certain darling, but I think you meant to include "lack of" in there.

*runs from thread*
Posted 4/23/12
disneyland california i got a pass going wensday im pumped
Posted 4/23/12

gaara579 wrote:

disneyland california i got a pass going wensday im pumped


That is good to know. I hope you have a wonderful and safe time.
Posted 4/23/12

pinkrusse wrote:


gaara579 wrote:

disneyland california i got a pass going wensday im pumped


That is good to know. I hope you have a wonderful and safe time.


thanks and it also has california adventure which is kickass even more
Posted 4/23/12

gaara579 wrote:


pinkrusse wrote:


gaara579 wrote:

disneyland california i got a pass going wensday im pumped


That is good to know. I hope you have a wonderful and safe time.


thanks and it also has california adventure which is kickass even more


Lol, I have no clue what California Adventure is but I will take your word for it.
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Posted 4/23/12
If you're a fan of roller coasters, I'd suggest Kennywood in Pittsburgh PN. Honestly, that place is full of them with a few other rides here and there.
Posted 4/23/12

pinkrusse wrote:


gaara579 wrote:


pinkrusse wrote:


gaara579 wrote:

disneyland california i got a pass going wensday im pumped


That is good to know. I hope you have a wonderful and safe time.


thanks and it also has california adventure which is kickass even more


Lol, I have no clue what California Adventure is but I will take your word for it.


what?? its where the disneyland parking lot was they build a new theme park next to disney land its awesome most of it is under constrution adding new stuff opened in 2002 i think
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Posted 4/24/12

pinkrusse wrote:


gaara579 wrote:


pinkrusse wrote:


gaara579 wrote:

disneyland california i got a pass going wensday im pumped


That is good to know. I hope you have a wonderful and safe time.


thanks and it also has california adventure which is kickass even more


Lol, I have no clue what California Adventure is but I will take your word for it.


Well some people thought that Disneyland was kinda small............and it it is..........so they added threme park to the place while creating a parking nightmare at the same time. They gave it this rather unoriginal name.
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Posted 4/30/12 , edited 4/30/12
Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan in Osaka,Japan
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Posted 4/30/12

AHTL wrote:

Do you suffer from reading comprehension?


- Stop double posting
- Stop triple posting
- I'm allowing this thread to exist

How hard can it be to understand that?




You're a moderator?

Sound more like a troll to me.

FEEL FREE TO DELETE THE TRUTH!!
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Posted 4/30/12
SIX FLAGS. I just went there 2 days ago, NO REGRETS
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Posted 4/30/12

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There's a brothel down the street. PM me if you want the address.


Did you get any requests sent?

The best theme park I went to was Universal Studios and Island of Adventures in Orlando, Florida. They had rides and things for all ages. My favorite was the Hulk because it went from 0 miles to 40 mph in like 2 seconds flat. And then in Universal Studios you have all the virtual reality type rides.

But my favorite for thrill rides is Cedar Pointe in Ohio. I've been going there since I was a kid, and they tend to have the most extreme coasters. I'm a big chicken but I said at the end of this month I'm going to ride their largest wooden coaster (lie) I love wooden coasters. They're mean, they jostle you, bang you up, and leave you bruised after the ride. They're so fun!

Also..many of the record breaking coasters today came from Cedar Pointe, and other theme parks made their extreme rides after them.
Posted 4/30/12
Such thing doesn't exist where I live.
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