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Super Nintendo World’s Mario Kart Ride Only Accepts Thin People

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Super Nintendo World, the newest addition to the Universal Hollywood theme park, is set to open in just a few weeks. Mario Fans will get the chance to step into a vivid recreation of the Mushroom Kingdom filled with the sights and sounds they know and love. Because I have very specific requirements for this. The waistline should not be more than his 40 inches.

Elaborate “3D and 4D rides”, according to Mario Kart Bowser’s Challenge Official Pagesingle-user rides allow participants to MarioThe themed setting was brought to life with “cutting edge technology”. In Ride, team up individually or collectively to thwart his Bowser plans and obtain the Golden C.Before Mario and friends. but, wall street journal Observed Articles highlighting weight limit requirements (found in the official Park Navigation and Line Management app) may not allow guests with a “waistline of 40 or above” to board. A copy of the app indicates that there is a test sheet available to assess whether attendees meet these requirements. Given that the average waist circumference in the United States is around 40 inches, this likely leaves out a significant number of people.

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“Other than this, I have nothing but great things to say about Super Nintendo World,” opens one tweet from YouTuber and “food influencer” Rocco Botte.

Another popular tweet evokes the absurdity of such strict waist limits. [women’s] Size 20″

According to health line, the average adult clothing size assigned to a female at birth is between 18 and 20. Mario Kart: Bowser’s Challenge isn’t the only ride with such tight restrictions. At least four Universal Studios rides, including Harry Potter and the Forbidden Journey and Revenge of the Mummy—the rides also cite the same 40-inch limit, with participants using test seats to determine if the vehicle can accommodate them. .

As wall street journal i got yousuch test sheets are rarely accurate and terribly unprivate.”Visitors say tryouts can be awkward [and] It’s less forgiving than an actual seat in a ride,” reports the paper.

Since the Mario Kart Bowser Challenge is the only ride featured in Super Nintendo World, the waistline requirements are particularly demanding, but it was not designed to accommodate the physical dimensions of average or plus-sized participants. Hmm.

Kotaku We reached out to Universal Studios Hollywood for comment.

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