Rob Ascough said:
Or wearing a really rare coaster shirt? I think coaster enthusiasts are "ranked" by how rare their shirts are ;)
Is a Banshee shirt from CP the top tier?
A true enthusiast would have corrected you when you said Magnum was 200 feet tall.
But, it's not 200 ft. tall. It's 205 with a 1... oh, I mean, yeah.
I once saw someone flash his ACE card in line for a ride at CP while yelling at someone for standing on the rails or smoking or something. I can't remember the exact offense, but it was truly hilarious.
Oh wait, yea, what you said was enough :)
--Brett, who is proud to NOT identify himself as a "coaster enthusiast" if anyone asks ...
Most Enthusiasts know to take their time during public hours going from ride to ride...
BUT WATCH OUT WHEN IT'S E.R.T.!
Oh...Wait...the good Lord G reminded me that I don't have to get out of my seat to re-ride for that.
I am SO an Enthusiest! :P Don't be an ACE hater.
Sure I'll go slowly from ride to ride during the day but watch out as it's approaching closing time!
Why bother running down the ramp to try to get back in line? I tend to run for the nearest empty seat that has no one standing at the airgates waitingfor....after all how do you think I managed to snag 15 laps on rebel yell a couple years ago?
It's definitely all about the shirt,you can spot a coaster enthusiast from a mile away if they're wearing any park related material...makes them stick out like a sore thumb.
Sorry, I don't have a punchline myself, but this is how it works.
1 point - mention of being fat, mention of liking buffets, mention of gravy in any way, shape, or form
2 points - card flashing, GM quizzing, obsessive emailing of park personel
3 points - inclusion of obnoxious onride commentary for a basic cable TV channel, mention of pointless ERT sessions with huge lines, mention of perennially late club publications
Bonus - add one point if you can include at least one item from each point category
Good luck. *** Edited 8/10/2006 10:24:18 PM UTC by matt.***
(not sure if that makes sense I tried to go into all the catagories lol) *** Edited 8/10/2006 11:07:57 PM UTC by P18***
How many ACERS does it take to screw in a lightbulb?
Just 2, but how do they get in there in the first place?
Lord Gonchar said:
Then what's that make someone who doesn't leave their seat for a re-ride...three times in a row?
I'm so NOT an enthusiast.
What about eight? :) Yes, it was a little painfull on my knees, but very enjoyable. *** Edited 8/10/2006 6:53:51 PM UTC by coasterb***
What about 36 times on the Voyage on a regular park day in early May? :) *** Edited 8/11/2006 12:36:59 AM UTC by mudinthevayne***
I miss Drachen Fire
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