Country club conservative
New age hippies
Wine sipping charity goer
Pop culture vulture
Militant for a cause
Punk alt girl
Artsy pixie cut and rim glasses
DINK travel and restaurant couple
2021 got me all nostalgic, so I'll go first: finding a weave in the final turn of the Phantom's Revenge in the grass.
Bonus: dude lost a whole 20 piece nugget trying to get on the chair lift to the park. He was pissed!
So long as it doesn't hit a weak spot and it's not from someone I actually care about.
I saw a carpet once and just knew that I could only ever use it with plain objects. But THEN I remembered how much I hate the mixed pattern movement, and created...
That monstrosity. Anything that matched was purely by accident.
So has anyone else done similar? I'd love to see pictures of deliberately terrible renovation jobs!
I get sad at times about being single, I'm 25 and I've been single for about my whole life and I got horrible luck with girls, I can't even get a girl to hangout with me but when I go to an amusement park like Six Flags I feel a lot better. There is just something about going on rides like Nitro, El Toro, etc that makes you feel awesome and it makes you forget about things while your there. Does anyone else go to amusement parks when they are feeling sad and feel a lot better?
Keep in mind that you would need to cater to different types of audiences, not just children or thrill seekers. Mine are as follows:
Vekoma Family Boomerang
Gravity Group family coaster
Gerstlauer Spinning Coaster
Premier Skyrocket II
Custom RMC Raptor
That was, until the animals told us what they truly saw clinging to the walls of our homes.