Free Stock Photos for Blogs at picxclicx. Hi there. I only bring up clothes because I took my kids to the water park the other day to commemorate the end of summer, and take advantage of the short lines, since public school started backup. While we were there I noticed my kids snickering at something, and following their gaze I saw you. I saw a lot of you. I have to admit my first instinct was to put on my McJudgy britches and look down my nose at your complete lack of modesty, or at least join my children in giggling at your naked buttocks. You have a better body than my mirror has seen in the last decade. Maybe your desk job has taken a little toll on your figure. But there you were. Wearing whatever-the-heck you wanted, and not worrying about a few extra pounds.
The Mammoth at Holiday World and Splashin' Safari
Top speeds hit 55 miles per hour, thanks in part to a doozy of a free fall just after the ride begins you'll plummet from feet. You'll spend two-and-a-half minutes traversing the track it's a third of a mile long. This pair of slides—twined around one another like a double helix—pumps gallons of water each minute, propelling riders forward at 35 miles per hour. This story giant the world's tallest leaves riders reeling as they plunge down at 65 miles per hour. Start to finish, the ride takes only five seconds. This foot slide sends riders down a foot drop at speeds higher than 50 miles per hour. Look fast.
The new dress code at Adventure World, a popular theme park about nine kilometres east of Fremantle, was posted on Facebook on Thursday night and immediately sparked fierce debate among followers. Adventure World is a family friendly park, please choose appropriate swimwear when visiting Some welcomed the rules, saying it was inappropriate for children to be lining up for rides behind people with almost-bare bottoms.
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