Do you?

Use the water slides?  I did it for fun 2 cruises ago.  I hate the seems between each connecting tube.  Seems like I hit everyone.  Plus, Its hard to breath blasting through.  Yes, it was fun.  I only did it once or twice.  Did not care for the ten year old slamming into the back of me at the catch pool.  It should be paced a little bit more.  I think I'll try it again on Magic this August cruise.

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No, never tried them and never will.

After second oldest granddaughter talked grandpa into doing the "Master Blaster" with her in Hawaii, no thanks, I do a hot tub instead.

After working for a couple of seasons at a major Texas-based waterpark, if I never see another water slide it will be too soon.


Round up?

After someone mentioned all the "ribs" hit on the way down the slides, I decided I could pass on that experience. After all, I'm a delicate flower...Wink

I'm not a water guy at all. If someone threw me into a pool or into one of those tubes I'd be alright and to a degree might enjoy it, but I'm not volunteering to do it.

I did a waterslide with my middle daughter last summer. Probably won't be trying that on the ship. LOL

Anyone remember the episode of The Simpsons where Homer got stuck in the waterslide? That would probably be me :)

Okay... help me on the slides because I've never used them. What's wrong with them?

Lol. I feel like I'm being water boarder. That sense of drowning. I'll probably skip it again. Glub, glub, glub.....

Each of the seams you see is a bump on the inside and these are tubes not open slides.

This one is open and the thought of getting stuck inside is less.

Advantage is you can race someone.


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