My response to this is not FEAR.


Not on a dare.

Not for a buck.

Not going there,

you’re out of luck.

This does not look like fun to me.

I would not, not for free or fee.


There is a theme park in Germany called Phantasialand. One of the subsections is influenced by the Aztec empire. There you’ll find a ride named Talocan.


Tlālōcān [t͡ɬaːˈloːkaːn̥] (“place of Tlaloc”) is described in several Aztec codices as a paradise, ruled over by the rain deity Tlaloc and his consort Chalchiuhtlicue. It absorbed those who died through drowning or lightning, or as a consequence of diseases associated with the rain deity. Tlalocan has also been recognized in certain wall paintings of the much earlier Teotihuacanculture. Among modern Nahua-speaking peoples of the Gulf Coast, Tlalocan survives as an all-encompassing concept embracing the subterranean world and its denizens. (Thank you Wikipedia)


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