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The World’s First Water Park For People With Disabilities Is All Sorts of Amazing

Morgan’s Inspiration Island is really amazing and inspiring!

Understandably, some people with disabilities may not exactly feel thrilled about the idea of visiting water parks during summer. Besides, most of these facilities are not very accessible and do not cater to their needs. So they usually have to stay in one place and just watch everyone have fun.

Well that has already changed, thanks to a new water park called Morgan’s Inspiration Island. Located in San Antonio, Texas, this amazing water park is the first of it’s kind in the world because it has been made with the needs of disabled individuals in mind.

Sounds interesting, you say? It absolutely is!

Gordon Hartman, founder of the water park, said:

“Our goal is to provide a great guest experience in an inclusive, safe, comfortable, not-overly-crowded environment.”

To turn their vision into reality, Hartman said he worked with “doctors, parents, teachers, special needs therapists, and caregivers,” BoredPanda reported, so they can build a water park that “caters to people with all varieties of disability.”

The newly-opened Morgan’s Inspiration Island is an extension of the Morgan Wonderland.

The venue provides traceable bracelets so parents can easily locate their kids.

Families can use air-powered, waterproof PneuChairs wheelchairs for free as they move around the park.

Every part of the park is accessible by wheelchair.

Additionally, children with “special needs” can enter the park free of charge.

Water can easily be changed from cold to hot in order to cater to the guests’ needs.

Hartman likewise added:

“Morgan’s Inspiration Island promises to give individuals with physical or cognitive special needs a place where they can splash and play without barriers. [It] is not a special-needs park; it’s a park of inclusion.”

Morgan’s Inspiration Island was built in collaboration with doctors, parents, teachers, special needs therapists, and caregivers.

“Our goal is to provide a great guest experience in an inclusive, safe, comfortable, not-overly-crowded environment,” founder Gordon Hartman said.

“[It] is not a special-needs park…” Hartman also pointed out.

“It’s a park of inclusion.”

Go visit the water park’s official website if you want to learn more.

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Guy Tricked Friend Into Attending Son’s Christening Party in Costume

He thought it was a costume party. Everyone else was wearing casual.

It’s important to be well-informed about certain details when you are attending an event. For example, you want to know the exact date, time, and venue of the event so you can show up at the right time and the right place.

Of course, it is likewise crucial that you know the attire or dress code, if any. You wouldn’t want to end up looking silly if you go wearing something inappropriate.

Take it from this guy who wore a full crusader gear and attended a Christening party.

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5 Healthy Foods That Won’t Make You Feel Hungry

You don’t need to go hungry to eat healthy.

A lot of people who are trying to eat healthy and lose weight find themselves challenged by the pangs of hunger that they feel in the middle and end of the day. This is why most people quit healthy eating; they simply couldn't get the full and satisfying feeling that comes with eating "regular" food.

Most of the time, however, these people just don't know the right food to eat. There are actually some fruits and vegetables that fill up the stomach without the heavy and bloated feeling. These are fiber-rich food items that makes us feel fuller longer.

#1. Potato

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Guy Trolls Airport Travelers With Fake Wall Outlet Sticker Prank

There’s a special place in hell for people like this guy.

Everyone loves a good-natured prank. For example, who could forget about that viral video of a grandmother who pranked her husband with her funny water bottle coin 'magic trick'? Or that epic camel toe prank by a bunch of guys from YouTube? Man, we all had a good laugh with those ones.

Honestly though, I still can't decide whether this recent prank is plain genius or plain evil. As it turns out, Twitter netizen JustBasicDave thought of an idea of pranking people at an airport.

What did he do, you ask? Well, he made stickers of wall power outlets and stuck them around the airport so as to victimize travelers hoping to charge their devices....

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