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    Re: What was your biggest suprise?

    My biggest surprise was probably riding all the rides on my first trip when I was six. I was so little that everything made me happy. I thought that it was all magic and the best thing on earth. The next thing that surprised me is riding a new ride on every trip.
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    Re: What was your biggest suprise?

    When I was little, I was scared to go on Haunted Mansion, but my dad forced me to go on with him (and of course I cried and what not because I was so young). When I got off my mom had for me a Mickey Mouse stuffed animal-thing (like a medium sized one). It cheered me up so much that day. Now, I have come to love Haunted Mansion since I am much older...and of course, still, Mickey Mouse.
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    This is going to sound odd, but for me it happened last month...when my daughter finally got me on Peter Pan's Flight....in all these years I'm never been on it.....I didn't think I would like it, but I was wrong..way wrong.....

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    Re: What was your biggest suprise?

    My experience is somewhat like yours Cherinva. My 9 year old is scared of EVERYTHING. We talked her into riding Test Track, Big Thunder Mountain and POTC. She absolutely loved every one of them. Each time when we got off, I expected her to say she never wanted to do it again, but we ended up doing them over and over.

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    Re: What was your biggest suprise?

    Quote Originally Posted by InStitches View Post
    My experience is somewhat like yours Cherinva. My 9 year old is scared of EVERYTHING. We talked her into riding Test Track, Big Thunder Mountain and POTC. She absolutely loved every one of them. Each time when we got off, I expected her to say she never wanted to do it again, but we ended up doing them over and over.

    you know the first "real" roller coaster i went on was RnRC... it made me love all kinds... i dont know why but it was what opened me to riding any and all of the tallest, fastest, and all the upside down coasters i could find...
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