You would think that people would learn, but oh no. Not only do they go on these enormous rides once, they carry on and on and on. Oh, and on. Despite the fact that they are terrifyong, gut wrenching, heart stopping rides, people just can't resist the thrill. Here self-confessed coaster-holic Lauren Axelrod explains their allur and introduces you to the biggest rides on the planet. And yes, that was a little innuendo for good measure.
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There was a time when I was child that I was terrified of these wooden and metal beasts. My Dad made me ride the Gemini at Cedar Point when I was barely tall enough to ride. On the way down the first hill, I started to lift out of my seat and the bar started to come loose. I started to scream bloody murder, and for the rest of the day, I couldn't even look at another ride. You would think that this one moment would keep me from riding any more roller coasters, but how wrong you are.
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Written by Lauren Axelrod
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