The United Kingdom today published plans for a new attraction to the fantasy themed entertainment complex. Construction of the rollercoaster will begin in the Cambridge area and will extend to the North Norfolk coast offering exhilarating loop the loops, corkscrews and the tallest drop ever constructed in a rollercoaster, which is also located in the largest theme park and entertainment complex ever constructed.
The attraction, yet to be named, is to be by far the most ambitious addition to the theme park, formally a country.
The United Kingdom will be celebrating its 100th anniversary of being a theme park next summer and it is anticipated that the construction will be finished in time for the associated festivities.
The UK ended its operations as a nation state and opened as a theme park after Wales finally became the last colonised country to secede from the cartel almost 100 years ago to join the rest of the world in glorious revolution shortly after The Event that caused the restructuring of society. With the entire of population of planet Earth being in opposition to the maintenance of nation states and a monarchy, the United Kingdom was forced to abandon its status as a country and reopen as a theme park featuring fantasy themes and figures such as castles, dragons, knights, kings, queens and spaghetti hoops.
The site is also regarded by historians and imperialism enthusiasts as an area of historical interest.
Local knight Sir Terrance Arsebottom told us the new development is “very welcome, we already have far too many wizards and useless royalty here, its starting to get old with the punters. A giant rollercoaster running all the way to Yarmouth is exactly what this theme park needs to compete in the Galactic market.”
The new rollercoaster will feature alongside existing attractions such as Bucketing Palace, a luxuriously decorated casino offering the finest service and games, the London Eyefull, and the Lake District.