Recently a Chris Farley Look a like, barely fit into the train was screaming, I FIT YEAH! do his friend in the front but that wasn't it When the ride was going over the bunny hopes he kepted yelling, "Chili Cheese Burger!" He sounded ALOT like Chris Farley. Also another person in the train when everywon held there hands up him and his friends held there hands up and just fliped the bird. Werid group of people!
I was at Magic Mountain about 3 years ago, and my friend and I were doing our normal abnormal amount of annoying screaming on viper. After the break run, the train meandered down the turn to the pretzel, and my friend yelled, "I thought viper meant you got to pet a snake!" Most of the train was laughing after that.
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A really big guy who sat behind me on the Magnum kept screaming well whoop a dee poo repeatedly times. Besides that me and my friends always sing random songs while clicking up the lift hill or if its an easy going coaster we do it throughout the ride. to be fun and stupid is wonderful
I know it is not goofy but I really hate it when people give the universal hello finger at the camera. Many parks dont even show the picture so you then feel cheated. You spent hours in line and you have nothing to prove it. Sure you can buy a t-shirt but it is not the same.
My friend seems to make the same face every time he rides a coaster. He has this really stupid grin on his face and has his hands halfway up with his fists clenched. It's really funny to look at, he looks like he's in a laxative commercial or something. ;) And my wife, she's hopeless. Everytime we pass an on-ride photo of ourselves on the ride, she has this blank look on her face, like, what just happened? She loves coasters, but for some reason almost every picture of her on-ride has her with the blank look. It's pretty funny to see. Peace. :)
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At PKI, my friend and I would always sit through the first part of the coaster and once we got near the photo spots we'd whip on these freaky looking Mike Meyers masks (Halloween, not Austin Powers) and make fists at the people in front of us. Then we'd take them off, shove 'em in our pockets and walk to the photo booth to hear people say, "Who the hell are those guys??? I didn't see them get on." It's pretty funny to me...and so are the dead people in my trunk.
LOL! This is the most entertaining thread I've read in a while.
I went to Wonderland on Physics Is Fun Day for school. The four of us went on the Space Probe Intamin Giant Drop. The one guy is a body builder and everyone is too scared to piss him off because he'll beat you up. Well, turns out he's terrified of heights and the whole way up, he kept saying "Oh s***, oh s***, I wanna get off!" He nearly wet his pants as we dropped. :) We were laughing our asses off and of course this pissed him off and he bruised the guy who talked him into going on the ride!
The next year, the day was held at Luna Park and he threatened to punch anyone who dared to rock the car on the... (drum roll) Ferris Wheel! Then he got really mad as we got stuck on the big Tilt-a-Wheel which wouldn't tilt & we kept getting spun out. :)
Let's see . . . my ex, who used to think coastering was akin to flying, yelled "TopGun" coming down every first drop of every coaster we were ever on. At Knott's Perilous Plunge shoot, it became de rigueur to yell "Dive! Dive! Dive!" from the top of the lift hill, around the curve, to the actual drop point. And last SFKK summer, I did my best imitation of Marlon Brando in A Streetcar Named Desire, yelling "Stella" at the first drop on the coaster of the same name.
I like to yell at the top of lifthills before the first drop, "We're all gonna DIE!!!" It works really well on Goliath because it goes over the top so slowly and quietly. (once it is off the chain dogs)
On Magnum last summer some guys in the last row kept yelling "Wazzuuuuuup?!!" during the WHOLE ride. It was annoying at first, but I ended up laughing at them by the end of the ride.
My very first time riding Steel Force at Dorney there was a girl sitting with her boyfriend in front of us who yelled,I'm gonna Puke! the whole ride!Even up the lift hill she started it.I had to ride again because it totally ruined my first experience on a hyper having to worry if i was going to get backsplashed by someone's breakfast.
This thread is great. "I though Viper meant you got to pet a snake." LOL!!
Anyway, the funniest thing I've had happen on a coaster was at Worlds of Fun during their annual festival of choirs. I was up there with my choir, and after we competed, we went to ride the coasters. This one guy that was with us was oblivious to everything. He didn't even look at the Orient Express as we were in line for it. We boarded, and as we were going up the lift hill, he turned to his right, saw the interlocking loops, and yelled, "Holy S**t! You mean this thing goes upside down?! I want off! Somebody stop this thing!" The whole train was just busting up with laughter, and we gave him crap about it the rest of the day.
------------- Mamba--One of the Tallest, Longest, Fastest Roller Coasters in the World
On Nitro at SFGAdv, just before going over the top of the lift hill, I yell, "Assume the position!" and stick my legs straight out and my hands high into the air, then I just do an ear drum breaking "w-a-h-h-o-o!!!" all the way down!
My brother and I always do weird stuff to get the people to laugh back at the on-ride photo place. Once on MF, going at 93mph over the island he's taking off his shirt, we get to the camera and he's waving it around over his head. Also on coasters where you come to a little dip(Corkscrew coming out of the station)he will scream as loud as he can and scare the people in the back of the train.
------------- No Bad Coasters, Just Some Better Than Others.
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