A Bloggers Spectacular Answer To Tuesday's Question: What's The Most Outrageous Experience You've Had With A Friend?

I received one comment to yesterdays Tuesday Question, but after reading Sandee of Comedy Plus' answer it was enough. Thank you, Sandee for sharing your hilarious answer and daily laughs on Comedy Plus. 

Please feel free to let us know about your most outrageous experience with a friend by commenting to yesterdays Tuesday's Question. Thank you. :)  

I do not want to paraphrase Sandee's answer it, so here it is along with a few images:

Sandee of Comedy Plus:

"Okay, the most outrageous thing I did with a friend was climb all over the Giant Dipper Roller Coaster on the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk. Click HERE to see the coaster. Now it was after the park closed and a friend of mine and I decided we wanted to climb up the coaster. We did and it was fun. Then we came down to leave and a security guard almost caught us. Scared us to pieces. Not the climbing on the coaster, but the security guard. We got away clean. 

Just so you know we never did that again."  

Giant Dipper Roller Coaster
Can you imagine Sandee and her friend "climbing all over" this monster?

    I hope you enjoyed Sandee's answer and will stop by and visit Comedy Plus - If you haven't already.-
Comedy Plus is a fun blog, especially if you're in need of a daily dose of laughter. In fact, today is Wordless Wednesday which is a meme where you post a photo that speaks for itself.  

I'm going to link to it, maybe I added a few words, but I couldn't help myself...Do you think this will photograph qualify?  All you have to do is post a photo that speaks for itself and add your link...you can get a copy of the code for Wordless Wednesday on Comedy Plus.  

Again, please let us know about you and your friends adventures, we;d love to know...Here is the link,

This weeks Tuesday's Question.   

Thank you for visiting A Nice Place In The Sun. :)


Sandee said...

Wow, I guess you liked my comment pretty well. It was the most outrageous thing I've ever done too.

Have a fabulous day Annie. Big hugs to you and tons of scritches to Simon. ♥♥♥

Ann said...

I read Sandee's comment yesterday and I tried to think of something outrageous that I've done but couldn't come up with one single thing. I'm sure I did plenty of outrageous things and quite a few downright stupid things as well. I must be blocking them all out...lol

aniceplaceinthesun.blogspot.com said...

Sandee, I loved your comment. I laughed aloud thinking of the two of you climbing that gigantic monster.

Thank you for sharing it and for...well, everything! :))

You have a fabulous day too!

"Big hugs," back to you- (And Simon is smiling...)

aniceplaceinthesun.blogspot.com said...

Hey Ann, Oh, it was sweet of you to visit and I appreciate it. If I was asked the same question and hadn't had a LOT of time to think about it, I probably be able to come up with anything either.

And, like you, I've blocked a lot of the crazy things I've done out too. Well, that's not true, I've just done so many I hate to admit it.

Thank you, for visiting, and I mean it, I really do appreciate it.

Can't you just see Sandee and her friend on that monster? (Smiling.)

I remember playing at construction sites, but I do not think I would have had the courage to tackle that one. Sandee is the best, isn't she? I've met some great friends online and 'cause of her I've met you too. Thanks again for visiting and your comment.

Have a super great day! :))
Have a great day.

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