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How to describe being on a roller coaster?

How to describe being on a roller coaster? Topic: How to write a theme paper
June 20, 2019 / By Vina
Question: There is a scene in my story where the main characters go on the fastest ride at a theme park. I'm finding it difficult to describe how it physically and emotionally feels for him, because his personality is based on mine and I don't like roller coasters very much! lol I know that you feel an adrenaline rush, and that you go all tense and how your heart feels like it's in your stomach...but what else could I describe to make the scene really interesting? I've never described something like this before and I'd appreciate some help :P
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Shanelle Shanelle | 9 days ago
Write it like you feel it. First thing that happens is a nice leisurely ride up to the first summit. If you didn't know what was happening next, you could do the same thing I'm doing. Write long sentences describing it. And then, it's almost like it stops for a minute at the top. But then. Zoom. Down you go. Stomach races to throat. Bile burns. Skin rises. Loud noise. Down. Then whipped up. Tilting. Neck hurts. Tension. Scream in your ear and then round and round it turns, until it goes up the next ramp, and slowly goes upward again. With a heavy action scene, the trick is to write longer sentences when they action slows down and short sentence or even partial sentences when it's really quick. Include sight, sound, taste, feel, and smell. And then capture the slower parts and faster parts by the length of your sentences. Get the feel of what your writing into you and let it go on paper like it's in you.
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Shanelle Originally Answered: How to describe being on a roller coaster?
Write it like you feel it. First thing that happens is a nice leisurely ride up to the first summit. If you didn't know what was happening next, you could do the same thing I'm doing. Write long sentences describing it. And then, it's almost like it stops for a minute at the top. But then. Zoom. Down you go. Stomach races to throat. Bile burns. Skin rises. Loud noise. Down. Then whipped up. Tilting. Neck hurts. Tension. Scream in your ear and then round and round it turns, until it goes up the next ramp, and slowly goes upward again. With a heavy action scene, the trick is to write longer sentences when they action slows down and short sentence or even partial sentences when it's really quick. Include sight, sound, taste, feel, and smell. And then capture the slower parts and faster parts by the length of your sentences. Get the feel of what your writing into you and let it go on paper like it's in you.

Oonagh Oonagh
The ride was so intense, so fast that for those short seconds it was impossible to think at all. There was so much adrenaline that only my body was enjoying the ride, not my mind. Being jolted around in my car was awesome, and even though I couldn't think while on it, I knew I was having a really great time. Sorry, this is the best I could do. Good luck with your story!
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Maggie Maggie
On a roller coaster, you have your ups and downs. In life you have you good times and bad times. IT's the same things just said with different words.
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Keshia Keshia
as the ride begins to chime up the hill i suddenly feel my heart in my stomach as we begin to go down then i feel an adrenaline rush as soon as we start going downhill the gush of wind is so cold. the rush is making me scream from excitement and from being terrified. something like that.. hope this helps
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