Someone get me some pepto.
Someone get me some pepto.
At Six Flags America, 24 people were trapped Saturday on the Joker’s Jinx ride after it stopped near the top.
Street cred? What street cred?
Featuring the most insanely funny version of “Let It Go” yet, the Dutch reporter who went for an accidental swim, and what it would look like if girls hit on guys like guys hit on girls.
It’s never too late to face your fears.
Sorry, Tamron Hall.
Everything fun is trying to kill you.
A woman died at Six Flags Over Texas in Arlington, Texas on Friday. The park released a statement saying the investigation into the incident is ongoing and internal.
Plus pet bird-flavored ice cream, 10 candidates to be the next Lena Dunham, and 25 Mad Men facts, theories, callbacks and Easter eggs.
The Smiler looks utterly terrifying.
There’s an elusive art to the perfect roller coaster photo. These people have perfected it.
The Casino Pier coaster is still right where Sandy left it, looming over the beach like a skeleton. Seaside Heights Mayor Bill Akers has asked the Coast Guard to determine if it can safely be left in the water as a tourist attraction.
A roller coaster in Seaside Heights, NJ, spotted this morning out in the ocean. “There has been billions of dollars in damage here, I could never have imagined it,” said Bill Akers, Seaside Heights mayor, this morning. Very sad.
He also went on some other rides and made a “sweatshirt face” but mostly he rode on a roller coaster.
It’s that time of year again. While perennial favorite Splash Mountain still gets the A-Game photobombers, newbies cut their teeth on less intimidating rides.
Fernando Livschitz made this video integrating everyday downtown areas with amusement park rides. All I want to know is: where do I get ride tickets, and where is the line?
So to prove its safety, engineers immediately tested it on humans. This is definitely not a lawsuit waiting to happen.
They actually got divorced two months later. J/K. Watch Video ›
Located in Wichita, Kansas, Joyland is an amusement park that’s been shuttered since 2006. Here are a bunch of creepy/beautiful images documenting nature’s reclamation of the site. This is the stuff that Stephen King novels and awesome roman candle fights are born of. View List ›
This cool roller coaster bed is great for sleepover parties, not so great for orgies and people with night terrors. View Image ›
People have always been trying to sneak things onto amusement park rides to snap a photo with - funny vacation photos are nothing new. Ever since the XKCD roller coaster comic a few years ago, however, board games on park rides have become a hit. It’s old, but it’s still fairly awesome. View List ›
Mario takes his first roller coaster ride. This reminds me of my first (and only) time on the Cyclone at Coney Island, except I was 23. Watch Video ›