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Walt Disney World is known as the happiest place on Earth to visit. Between magical fireworks shows and thrilling rides, it’s easily a fan-favorite theme park. On the other hand, there’s no doubt that there are some pretty bad theme parks out there, too.
As summer comes to an (unofficial) end, social media users suggested their own worst theme park ideas and the results are terrifyingly bad. From Tragic Kingdom, which sounds like it comes straight out of the mind of Banksy, to Lego Waterpark (aka a parent’s worst nightmare), Twitter users had plenty of theme park ideas that-if they ever came to fruition-would surely be some of the worst ways to end the summer.
Take a look at some of the terrible theme park ideas that social media devised below:
– SYFY (@SYFY) August 30, 2017
Kanye West World #AwfulThemeParkIdeas
– craig onetweetwonder (@craigflynn1) August 30, 2017
The Tunnel of Nobody Loves You
– Mike Kelly (@MistahJ1307) August 30, 2017
Tragic Kingdom #AwfulThemeParkIdeas
– Leanna Renee (@leannuh_renay) August 30, 2017
Thelma & Louise World
– CK (@charley_ck14) August 30, 2017
– Mister Race Bannon (@MrRaceBannon) August 30, 2017
Trampolines n’ Ceiling Fans #AwfulThemeParkIdeas
– Shannon (@ShannonEliBlake) August 30, 2017
Lego Waterpark #AwfulThemeParkIdeas
– Dont Thinkso (@DontThinkso555) August 30, 2017
The DMV Experience #AwfulThemeParkIdeas
– Victoria Veruca Salt (@trumpanzeetamer) August 30, 2017
– Dr. Stephen Carver (@drstephencarver) August 30, 2017
Safe Space Mountain#AwfulThemeParkIdeas
– Joey Bel (@TheRealJoeyBelz) August 30, 2017
Tower of trump #AwfulThemeParkIdeas
– Jillian (@Pheramuse) August 30, 2017
“You just won the Super Bowl! What are you gonna do next?!”
“I’m going to Misery World!”#AwfulThemeParkIdeas
– Will Presti (@WillPresti) August 30, 2017
What is your terrible theme park idea? Which of the suggestions from social media is your favorite? Sound off in the comments section below!
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