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The biggest one I've ever been on is Expedition Everest at Disney World.
Usually I'm too scared for the big coasters But this year at King's Island, I'm going to try some of the bigger ones, like The Beast, Flight Deck, and maybe Diamondback.
I'm terrified of roller coasters, (mainly the whole, heights thing), yet sometimes I get a rush of adrenaline and the stupid words slip out of my mouth; "Let's ride that one!".
Anyways, the biggest one I've ever been on is Expedition Everest in Animal Kingdom, Walt Disney World. I don't know how high it is, but I've only been on like; 3 different coasters so I can safely say that's the largest one.
Well, I Went To Six Flags Over Georgia, And The Smallest One Was That Roadrunner Thing, I'd Say The Next Biggest Was The American Scream Machine ( Wooden And Super Scary..) The Georgia Cyclone (Another Wooden Coaster It Was Shaking The Whole Time) Another Geogia Something Coaster... ( Was A Lil Scary) And The Biggest And Most Scariest Of All... The Goliath ( I Didn't Open My Eyes Until We Got To The Lake Part I Forced My Mom To Let Me Sit In The Middle Between This Stranger And My Mom) Lol!
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