Couple sparks UPROAR on Twitter after wearing raunchy 'I gave her the D' T-shirts to Disney theme park
An unidentified couple has become the subject of furious debate after wearing T-shirts with a sexual message to Disney theme park.
Both T-shirts make use of the letter 'D' written in Disney's signature calligraphy font — but play on a double entendre where 'D' can stand for both Disney and a piece of male anatomy.
'I gave her the D,' reads the man's shirt, with a Cinderella's castle icon after the D.
'I wanted the D,' reads the woman's shirt, with the same Cinderella's castle icon.
Attendance at Cedar Point declined nearly 72% in 2020, according to a new report that quantifies the dramatic impact of the coronavirus pandemic across the amusement park industry.
STEVENSVILLE, MD (October 25, 2021) – Gerstlauer Amusement Rides, GmbH, a proud partner of Ride Entertainment, has signed an agreement to manufacture a one-of-a-kind Infinity roller coaster for a soon-to-be-named customer in the United States. The attraction, which is scheduled to open in late 2022, will be formally announced at the IAAPA Expo in Orlando next month.
“I am constantly amazed at how the team at Gerstlauer conquers unique challenges thrown their way,” said Ed Hiller, CEO and Founder of Ride Entertainment. “This new Infinity coaster will have guests racing to it in order to be the first to ride as it is being installed at a high-profile location.”
Ride Entertainment’s world-renown Installation team will construct the ride for the client.
“This project will once again showcase the ingenuity and creativity of Gerstlauer,” added Hiller. “In addition, our outstanding Installation team will be able to show why they are the gold standard of the attractions industry.”
About Gerstlauer Amusement Rides, GmbH:
Founded in 1982, Gerstlauer is the industry-leader in thrilling and innovative roller coasters and thrill rides. With over 100 attractions installed worldwide, their portfolio includes the all-ages fun of their Family Coaster, to the extreme thrills of the Euro-Fighter and Infinity Coaster, along with an entire family of flat rides. To learn more, visit: https://www.gerstlauer-rides.de/
JACKSON TOWNSHIP, NJ
With a peak of 456 feet, Kingda Ka is the world’s tallest roller coaster. That’s a ridiculous 45 stories up in the air, to which you’ll be taken to at a 90-degree angle before you come flying down in a 270-degree spiral. As per Six Flags, it’s also North America’s fastest roller coaster, hitting its top speed of 128 mph in just 3.5 seconds. With an acceleration speed faster than most cars on the market, Kingda Ka is definitely not for the faint of heart.
While you may not have heard of Kingda Ka, it has been around for a while. It first started operating on May 21, 2005, according to Worldwide Hydraulic Professionals (WHYPS). Additionally, it was designed by the Intamin company, which also designed the Top Thrill Dragster. Located at Cedar Point in Sandusky, Ohio, the Dragster formerly held the continent’s fastest coaster title. It can hit 120 mph in 4 seconds, but it is closed for the remainder of the season.
Saudi Arabia is Converting an Oil Rig into the World's First Offshore Extreme Amusement and Leisure Park
Saudi Arabia's Public Investment Fund has announced that it will convert an oil rig into a 150,000 square meter amusement park and resort located in the Arabian Gulf. Titled "THE RIG.", the project is expected to be the world's first touristic destination built on offshore oil platforms, featuring three hotels, eleven world-class restaurants, roller coaster rides, and extreme sports and activities like bungee jumping and skydiving, all accessible via a ferry, yacht, cruise, or helicopter.
Coney Island's famed Luna Park broke ground Tuesday on expansion plans for new attractions and pedestrian plazas set to open for the 2022 season.
The expansion includes a new ropes course, appropriately named the Sky Chaser, along with the Super Flume and the J2SK Coaster, a log flume intertwined with an exhilarating roller coaster creating a brand new unique experience for guests.
Disney World's first reverse-launch roller coaster, Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind, is set to debut in 2022 at Epcot.
The attraction – don't dare call it a ride – will consist of two parts, the latter being one of the world's longest enclosed roller coasters. The building that houses the coaster is "so large it can fit four Spaceship Earths," the iconic "golf ball" at the entrance to Epcot, according to Ashley Levine, senior product controls at Walt Disney Imagineering.
Details such as the exact height, speed and time of the attraction haven't been released, but we do know the coaster does not go upside down. It is being billed as a family-friendly adventure.
CONNEAUT LAKE, PA
The first steps in development around Conneaut Lake Park approved Tuesday evening with Summit Township supervisors in Crawford County accepting an application for subdivision at the park's Camperland.
Questions about this land and the park’s future remain unanswered, as current park owner, Todd Joseph, did not attend the meeting.
Residents continue to worry about the future of the community. “The park affects our tax base, and functions like the Pumpkin Fest bring in thousands of people and also thousands of dollars,” resident Gigi Beatty said to supervisors. Beatty also attending the meeting as a representative of the Historic Coaster Foundation, a group advocating for amusement park preservation.
WEST MIFFLIN, PA
Last week, Kennywood Park asked fans to choose a color for the tracks of its popular coaster — Petrifying Purple or Terrifying Teal. In a prime example of democracy in action, the park announced Friday that the nearly-10,000 voters made their preference “overwhelmingly clear:” Phantom’s Revenge will be painted “Petrifying Purple” after this year’s season ends on Sept. 25. This marks the roller coaster’s first new paint job in 20 years.
The next ride to receive a well-deserved facelift will be the Thunderbolt.
The James City County Planning Commission has approved an application for a special use permit, which will allow Busch Gardens Williamsburg (BGW) to erect a new building on its property.
On Tuesday, Sept. 14, the Planning Commission approved the special use permit application submitted by SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment, LLC, the parent company of BGW, to construct a new building on the park’s property.