Fun Spot on I-Drive erected a 250-foot SkyCoaster that originally resided at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. Apparently, MGM couldn't afford the Viagra payments anymore.
The SkyCoaster combines "thrills of skydiving and hang gliding in one action packed ride" and basically amounts to a swingset. A very tall swingset. Fun Spot's new SkyCoaster is the second largest in the state, the first being Fun Spot Kissimmee's SkyCoaster which stands 300-feet tall. We're sure there's another joke here about the girth of your swing, not the length.
[He actually said "huge" but we're pretty sure he meant "huuuuuuuuuuge". You're welcome, John. -- Ed.]
That's all the groan-inducing commentary we've got. We'll leave the rest to the best -- check out Fun Spot's new Gangnam Style-inspired commercial [be warned -- Ed.] and a graphic video of the new SkyCoaster rising proudly into Orlando's sky. Hopefully it asked first and plans to cuddle afterwards.
[Here at Orlando Insider, we do NOT endorse Sky Rape. No matter what, it should always be consensual. -- Ed.]
And just to be clear about Fox Mulder's quote: MGM's SkyCoaster is the nut that rolled down to Florida, as are all the people who end up riding it at Fun Spot. IF WE WERE MEANT TO COAST ON THE SKY, WE'D HAVE FLYING DINOSAUR UNICORNS TO DO IT ON.