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Active Member
Jun 29, 2007
United States
I know people have been over and over this, but I had trouble finding this exact question. So, I would appreciate it if anyone could just answer this here.

Have you ever been to an amusement park or other such place and you or your significant other couldn't fit in the seat and then you or they have to decide to ride by themselves or you by yourself? Unfortunately, whoever is too big for the seat feels bad for keeping the other one from riding said ride. Also the one who can ride feels bad leaving the other one alone and going and having a good time. I've also run into this in "haunted house/trail" situations, because of small passage ways and especially if there are other mobility issues that are compounded by weight.

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