Sephiroth had never been to one before, thus he was the cause for the occasion. He didn’t understand why people would do this. Why get on a cheaply built ride for a brief adrenaline rush? Why pay to play a rigged game for a poor excuse of a prize? Why have all this unhealthy food–actually he agreed with that idea. Cloud wastes an hour trying to get Sephiroth on a rollercoaster with him, and, to his surprise, Sephiroth finds himself enjoying it. He has a theory that theme parks are places for people just to act foolishly and he approves. He is also the designated bag carrier, but it’s worth it when the other bfs feed him bits and pieces of funnel cake.
Genesis says isn’t big on the rides or the games either, but he’ll go if someone asks him. He secretly enjoys going on rides, but doesn’t want to admit it and needs an excuse. Zack usually fits the bill. He also indulges his sweet tooth the entire time there. It’s always a little bit disappointing when none of the bfs win a giant stuffed animal for him, but he’ll live.
Angeal is the game master. It’s money well spent in his case because he wins 90% of the time. He also makes everyone pack a lunch because concession stand food is not that filling despite how delicious it is. They usually find a shady spot to grab a bite around noon. He doesn’t go on a ride unless asked, mostly because it’s hard for his big frame to fit into those tiny seats.
Cloud loves the rides. He and Zack are nearly inseparable the entire time and make a cute couple while waiting in line. However, if the ride spins, Cloud stays away. Just watching makes him a bit nauseous. He waits with Seph instead trying to talk him into going on a ride one more time. Roller coasters are the big deal for Cloud. He rides each one at least five times, and at least once with every boyfriend.
Zack is all over the place. He is essentially leading the group around the park and everyone is fine by that. When Cloud isn’t with him, Zack picks a bf to go with him, because it’s awful riding these things solo. He always drags his partner’s hand up into the air, even when the ride isn’t a roller coaster. He gives the games a shot, but no one can beat Angeal. Surprisingly, he’s more interested in the lunches Angeal packed than the sweets Genesis brings from the stands. He still eats both, but he liked lunch.