Isn't English supposed to be your first language? Not that I'm hating or trying to be a grammar nazi, just curious.
I've said that I was Peruvian here a while ago. When I moved here, I learned most of my English threw just listening to others talk English. Funny how that worked out at the time.
You know the ride with LONG chains with seats on the end; it spins really fast causing the seats to go almost sideways from centrifical force... it was really rusty, and some of the seats were missing (just the chains were left). I rode that - the thrill was partly imagining the bolts on your seat giving out and your seat goes flying.
Ha ha, I've seen that ride before, and missing seats to boot. They always claim it happened while they were testing it (yeah right). Another thing that's fun is hearing about a ride you once rode COLLAPSING, and getting that sense of pride mingled with horror, knowing you survived it. The one I'm talking about is those giant rings with the coaster that goes back and forth before spinning around inside it. Me and my dad rode one of those even though we were a bit leery about it. Later he told me about that same ride collapsing just as the carts reached the top of the ring. (We had joked about that also while we rode it)
I remember going to Opry Land before they turned it into a hotel resort and we rode this big roller coaster that was pretty wild, multiple loops etc. But then we got on this smaller, older coaster that didn't go as fast, but we thought was even scarier, because it was such a piece of shit and didn't have any restraints.
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