I will if you will
you sure they were only swapping riders?
Unless you’re me. I get drenched.
Probably this list is generally correct. However, I got wetter on KRR in October 2020, than I did on Dudley in April 2021. But Bilge Rat is the king of soakedness. (I did not ride in the buff.)
Thank you for the confirmation.
I’m just like you, I hate walking the park wet! I will do splash, middle seats. I bring a water proof flotation device around the waste thingie Ive had for years and sit on it, I find the water pools in the seats. Also I take off my socks and shoes and slip on a pair of flip flop type sandals. Roll my pants to knees if I need. I generally dont care if my shirt gets wet. This has always worked for me. I feel with all my precautions, I can enjoy the ride, even if water comes my way.
This ride is why i own a $130 Harry Potter Sweatsuit i rode it in march. Oops.
Ok… I’ll go there….
How wet does one get?
I was waiting for someone to go there.
I did think it was a rather personal question and completely dependent upon the other in the equation.
I rode Frozen Ever After on Monday when I was at Epcot and I got really wet. The sign out front said you may get wet. I was thinking a little splash like Pirates. The seat of my pants were completely soaked. I was not expecting that!
Can’t believe @Jeff_AZ missed his cue on this one
Wearing a rain poncho type thing can help, although wouldn’t necessarily prevent wet shoes or underwear. I totally understand. I was shocked to have this problem after riding FEA. The tiniest little bit of water got in just enough to soak my side of the seat. Ugh.
It crossed my mind but I am an Angel.
I rejected “How wet do you get?” and “How wet will I get?” as topic titles in the vain hope of forestalling the TWSS reply. Alas.
I’ve learned to move my butt forward on the seat so that there is a gap behind me. I do this on POC and FEA and it helps keep me out of the puddle.
You should know better with this group! Someone will eventually go there.