Seriously, no joking. This is going to be hard to admit to publicly because as a grown man and father of three it's embarrassing as hell to be honest, but I'm a big wimp when it comes to amusement park rides. "Wimp" is probably a weak word for it, roller coasters terrify me. I mean, I don't like heights and I utterly despise the feeling of falling. Because of that, and because of being forced to go on roller coasters and other crazy rides when I was a kid, I think that I might have a real and actual phobia. It's not just "wow that looks scary" type of thing, its actual sweating, vertigo and shaking at the thought of going on something like that. ARGH it sucks! My oldest son works at a big amusement park in my area and he and my middle son dragged me there last night. He has connections to get us on pretty much any ride without a long wait time, and all they did was go roller coaster hopping while I stayed and waited for them. It's kind of frustrating because they were like "come on dad, this one's awesome!' But I pussied out of every one except the log flume and the ski lift/sky chair thing. Which also incidentally spazzed me out because we were high in the air on the thing. Now I feel like crap for being a chicken.. Anyone else experience this and if you overcame it, how did you do so? Or am I the only one??