Unfortunately, I can. I got very, very sea-sick when I was on a large boat once.. however, small boats seem fine with me. Also, never when I'm driving.. Usually I get a little car sick when I'm riding passenger over hills and dips, and almost always in the back seat of extended rides.
I've had this ice cream bar, since I was a child!
Each thought's completely warped
I'm like a walkin', talkin', ouija board.
As a kid I would get carsick if I was reading. Also, my dad was usually smoking in the car.
Yeah me too, particulary when reading in a car. (But my dad doesn't smoke.) He had to stop the car once in France because I was vomiting after about 18 u-turns while reading comics. I also vomited on board of a ferry once, but so did about tens of other people. It was due to rough weather.
I love rollercoasters. Never make me sick. But things that continuously go round and round make me sick. And the pirate boat is a nightmare.
I get motion sickness at least once a day or every two days. All the fucknig time. I carry around anti-nausea pills in my purse just as I carry mints or gum.
I used to throw up all the time as a child. As an adult, I never throw up, although at times it gets so bad, it causes me to become very very faint, and immediately need to lie down or stop moving.
It's even worse when I'm on birth control.
Only when I was sick in the first place. One time I was recovering from the stomach flu as a kid and went on a field trip to a small nearby amusement park (which I would have normally loved) and was just popping Pepto tablets the whole day, praying I wouldn't barf on anyone.
Motion sickness runs in both sides of my family. My dad's sisters and most of their children have it moderately, and my mom's side of the family has it awful to the point where seeing a boat rocking on a TV show makes them agitated.