“Go To A Theme Park, They Said. It’ll Be Fun, They Said” – 50 Of The Funniest Rollercoaster Photos (New Pics)
Rollercoasters are both fun and terrifying. Terrifyingly fun, actually! If you’ve ever been on one, odds are that all the twists, turns, and adrenaline pumping through your veins made it a very memorable experience. And if you’re as awesome and cheesy as we are, then you might even have bought one of those amusement park photos that show you laughing, screaming, and (possibly even) crying while on the ride.
Some of these photos, however, are a cut above the rest and in a league of their own. Whether intentionally or by design! The Bored Panda team has put together this wild ride of a list showing off the very best of the best that rollercoaster photos have to offer. They’re hilarious, creative, and wholesome to a whole other degree.
Strap yourself in, hang on tight, and scroll down to start the ride. Don’t forget to upvote the photos that you enjoyed the most, Pandas! Oh and if any of you thrill-seekers are raring to go again, then you’ll want to hop in and try our previous article about rollercoaster photos right here.
My 74-Year-Old Grandpa With COPD And I On A Roller Coaster. He Was So Excited
Rollercoaster Proposal (She Only Saw It When She Got The Souvenir Photo)
While some of these photos are obviously staged for comedic effect (hello, rollercoaster Jenga players! We bow before your vast imagination), others are 100 percent natural. The timing of the snaps couldn’t have been more perfect and the pics show off incredibly genuine reactions. Honestly, they made our day (and some of us might already be Googling what the opening times for the nearest amusement parks are).
I Enjoyed My Daughter's First Disney Ride More Than She Did
We don’t know about you, dear Pandas, but some of us here are mighty afraid of heights. So riding on a rollercoaster means having an inner battle within ourselves about whether we want to have fun or stay earthbound and look at everyone else enjoying themselves. Getting over the fear of heights (it’s known as acrophobia) or any other phobia is a challenge in itself. However, it is possible and that way you can have more freedom to enjoy all the things that life has to offer you, big or small.
I See Your Dad Enjoying The The Ride, And Raise You Three Terrified Daughters
8 Year Anniversary Of My Favorite Photo Of My Wife And I
My mom and I agreed to accompany my son on his first roller coaster while visiting Legoland this summer. It went well
My Wife Hates Rollercosters. After I Pitched A Fit About It, She Finally Picked One She Would Ride With Me
“Phobias are among the most common anxiety disorders and are often developed following a negative or traumatic experience or in some cases, from learned or copied behavior from parents or those close to them,” Nuno from the UKAT Group told Bored Panda.
So I Took My Son To The Theme Park
“So I took my son to the theme park.”
“If parents or people of influence have anxiety about dogs, for example, then it is more than likely a child growing up with them will also develop the same irrational reaction around dogs,” the expert explained that we can ‘inherit’ phobias from the people we’re closest to as we’re growing up, no matter what the particular phobias might be.
Clark Was Very Excited To Ride A Rollercoaster Like A Big Boy, Until The First Drop
“Apparently Mom didn’t get the memo that everyone was supposed to make a funny face!”
The 12 Stages Of Fear Ranging From Blissful Ignorance To Abject Terror As Illustrated By My Son's First Ride On A Rollercoaster
"Unfortunately genetics and learned behavior can trickle into the development of other behaviors and disorders, such as substance misuse, eating disorders, or unhealthy relationships with food, as well as gaming and gambling,” Nuno noted that some of the consequences can be extremely negative.
Years Ago My Brother Lost His Cellphone On A Roller Coaster. We Figured There Was No Way To Know When. Then She Saw The Ride Photo
My Brother Before And During A Rollercoaster
The expert noted that any phobia is possible to overcome. It’ll be tough, but given the right support, everyone can do it. “Regardless of how a phobia originates, overcoming them can be difficult but is possible. It's important to recognize if more than one person is suffering and encourage all to participate. Gradual desensitization or self-exposure to the cause is encouraged,” he said.
“This is a photo of my daughter and her father riding the Tennessee Tornado roller coaster at Dollywood. When we saw the photo at the sales kiosk, we laughed so hard we just HAD to buy it!”
My Youngest And Oldest On Splash Mountain With Me. This Pic Always Makes Me Laugh
However, the more complex a phobia is, the longer we’ve had it, the more work we’ll have to put in to overcome it. Whether it’s a phobia of heights, of going fast, or absolutely anything at all. “A more complex and long-term phobia may need similar treatment given to someone with an anxiety disorder or mental health illness; counseling, cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavior therapy or psychotherapy are all good options to explore,” Nuno told Bored Panda.
My Mom Looks Like She’s Giving Birth On Every Attraction Photo Taken Of Her At Disneyland
So My Friend's Wardrobe Malfunction Was Captured At Six Flags
“So, my friend’s wardrobe malfunction happened at Six Flags.”
My Cousin Got On A Rollercoaster, And It Turned Him Into A Demon
What do you think of rollercoaster rides, dear Readers? What’s the very best one you’ve been on? Do you take souvenir photos like we do? (One of mine from Legoland got turned into a magnet and is on my fridge.) Do you have a fear of heights but you’d love to give rollercoasters a try? Share your thoughts, twists, and turns in the comments below!
I Just Wanted To Share The First Time My Brother And I Rode The Xcelerator At Knotts Berry Farm
The Faces People Make On Roller Coasters
“When my sister and her family took my mom to Disney World, my mom was concerned about her hair getting wet so she put a plastic bag on her head. ”
My Friend And I Randomly Decided To Take Edibles And Go To Disneyland. We Took Funny Photos On Every Ride We Could. This Is My Favorite
Our family spent New Year’s Eve 2019 at Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida. We all got on the roller coaster right before midnight and unbeknownst to us, my 10-year-old son fell asleep as soon as the roller coaster went over the drop! We normally do not get photos from the roller coaster kiosks but after seeing this photo, we felt it was mandatory!
Oh, I Bought This Coaster Picture. My Son And I In The First Row On Fahrenheit 97 At Hershey Park
I Friggin T-Posed On A Rollercoaster
“My son Wille has never been a fan of fun rides. He is 17 now and still doesn’t like it. (I’m the one in blue, the one in red is my sister).”
“Heading down the water chute ride at Mall of America, younger brother used the ride’s photo op to capture his moment of revenge for being picked on by his big brother at all other locations.”
My Girlfriend Lost Her Phone This Past Weekend On A Roller Coaster, And The Ride Photo Caught The Exact Moment It Happened
Dating For 3 Years And She Talks A Big Game. Rollercoasters 2 Girlfriend 0
I Guess The People In The Back Didn't See What Was Coming
"Just because you’re on a flume doesn’t mean you can’t find time to do other things."
My Daughter's First Rollercoaster Ride
Three Adults Enjoying A Rollercoaster, Three Children Less So
My sister’s family went to a theme park in NC and she decided her youngest was ready for his 1st roller coaster ride. Apparently, she was wrong and he takes after her. Everyone thinks this is photoshopped because her husband and the other 2 kids are so calm. She tries to ease her conscience by telling everyone it was a kiddie coaster but I’m pretty sure he’s scarred for life.