Six Flags Abbreviations

Saturday, September 15, 2001 7:04 PM
What do you think would be cool abbreviations for Six Flags parks

How about...

SFLE    (lake erie)     SFU   (utah)   SFNM   (new mexico)   SFND   (north dakota)   SFAA   (amazing adventure)   SFSF   (san francisco)   SFLA   (los angeles)   SFLV   (las vegas)   SFAl   (alaska)   SFHaw   (hawaii [there's already a sfh {holland}])   SFAus   (austrailia)   SFQC   (quebec city)   SFNY   (new york)   SFNO   (new orleans)

anything else neat?

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Saturday, September 15, 2001 7:27 PM
I dunno, I think this is pretty neat.

 

SFzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

 

As in..  zzzz.  As in, who wants to read this...

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Saturday, September 15, 2001 8:27 PM
This topic is lame. What's the point of this?
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Sunday, September 16, 2001 6:48 AM
SFEG-Makes me think of breakfast.
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Sunday, September 16, 2001 7:29 AM
Why do we need new abbreviations when we already have ones? There is no Six Flags in Alaska, North Dakota, Lake Erie, New Mexico, Las Vegas, and some other ones you said. There is no need for new abbreviations, and some of the parks you said aren't really a Six Flags park.

Abbreviations for REAL Six Flags Parks:

Six Flags America - SFA
Six Flags AstroWorld - SFAW
Six Flags Belgium - SFB
Six Flags Darien Lake - SFDL
Six Flags Elitch Gardens - SFEG
Six Flags Fiesta Texas - SFFT
Six Flags Great Adventure - SFGAdv
Six Flags Great America - SFGAm
Six Flags Holland - SFH
Six Flags Kentucky Kingdom - SFKK
Six Flags Magic Mountain - SFMM
Six Flags Marine World - SFMW
Six Flags Mexico - SFM
Six Flags New England - SFNE
Six Flags Over Georgia - SFoG
Six Flags Over Texas - SFoT
Six Flags St. Louis - SFSL
Six Flags Worlds of Adventure - SFWoA

Note - Next time, could you please work on your grammar. It's easier to read a post that is corrected in grammar.

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Edit - I checked my grammar, eh!

Coaster131 - What's "crrect"? Maybe you should CORRECT your spelling, eh?

*** This post was edited by StealthmF5m3 on 9/16/2001. ***

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Sunday, September 16, 2001 7:59 AM
i hope there is NEVER a SF Lake Erie or Sandusky
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Sunday, September 16, 2001 8:01 AM

PT300 said:
SFEG-Makes me think of breakfast.
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Don't look down-Oblivion

Yeah, I always think of breakfast too...strange.
And StealthmF5m3, it's spelled "grammar", not "grammer", so before you start telling people to use crrect grammar, why don't you check yours, eh?

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Sunday, September 16, 2001 11:11 AM

StealthmF5m3 said:

Edit - I checked my grammar, eh!
Coaster131 - What's "crrect"? Maybe you should CORRECT your spelling, eh?
 


It's called a "Typo", you idiot.


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Sunday, September 16, 2001 11:48 AM
At least seasupersonic listed the parks horizontally, so as to not use up as much bandwith as stealth.. And Homey, you could have made the same point using up a lot less, also.
Geez, you'd think it was a cardinal sin!
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Sunday, September 16, 2001 1:03 PM


Robocoaster said:
At least seasupersonic listed the parks horizontally, so as to not use up as much bandwith as stealth.. And Homey, you could have made the same point using up a lot less, also.
Geez, you'd think it was a cardinal sin!

Perhaps there, Mr. Coaster.  The bigger point is that bandwidth isn't a factor if we don't have dumb threads like this to begin with.


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