:lol: I doubt many of you would want to read the whole story so.. heres what basically happened:
Me, two of my friends, and two girls went to Six Flags (California) in the morning when it first opened. There were almost zero lines at first but.. people began to come later on. We went on every extreme rides, except for two of them. They were Superman (broken) and Batman (didnt have time). We were pretty dumb though. Why? Because we went to the water rides when the sun went down and is cold instead of going on it when the sun was out and was hot. I got socked and I was freezing afterwards. I still had an awesome time though. We left a little bit before it closed.
Favorite ride - X, Goliath, and DeJa Vu
(For those who are bored and has nothing to do)
I just came back from Six Flags (California) and I gatta say, it really is the Extreme Park. Me and my two friends arrived right when it opened. There were also two girls along with us, which made the whole thing a whole lot better. It did suck because one of the girls was scared to ride any of the rides and she was afraid to be alone, so we all switched turns being with her. She is pretty good looking but.. she talks a LOT. lol We went on almost every single non-kiddy ride that is allowed. The only ones we didnt manage to get on (that we saw) were Superman (broken), and Batman (lines too long and didnt have time).
Anyways, we got there so early, there were barely and people and almost no lines. The first ride we rode on was Goliath, which was awesome! Then, we went to the some of the old ones; Viper, Colossus, Psyclone, Revolution. Afterwards, we ate some food and talked for a while. Then, we went to DeJa Vu. The line suddenly became huge, which sucked. We waited for about an hour or so. That one girl who was scared was in line the whole time and when it was our turn, she waited until we sat down and then, she just took off. It was pretty funny. We knew the lines would have gotten longer so we went to X. Guess what, the line was huge. An easy 2 hour wait but after it all, it was so worth it. The ride was the best of the bestest. I cant explain it though; you just have to go on it for yourself to know. When that was over, we went on Riddlers Revenge, which had a long line as well. After that, it is probably 7:30 and a lot of people began leaving, since the sun started going down. For some reason, that was when we decided to go on the water rides... The Roaring Rapids wet EVERYTHING that I was wearing, even my shoes and socks but I was not alone; the girl that was scared to go on rides rode that one and got socked too. It was hilarous but you had to be there to know why. She barely got on any rides and when she finally decided to go on one, that happened.. Anyways, I had a hard time enjoying the rest of the night after that. Before we left, we decided to go on Goliath for the last time. The line was longer than X when it was day. It took over 2:30 hours. It was worth it though, even though I was freezing when I rode it. On our 2.5 hour ride home, I had my wet cloth on and it felt terrible. I couldnt sit down and I couldnt take anything off, since the girls were there. When we got to the house of the guy I was spending the night with, I went to the bathroom and put my spare cloth on. It felt SO good. I was extremely tired that day and feel asleep as soon as I lied down.