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When National Parks Get Bad Reviews On Yelp (10 pics)

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People nowadays just can't take the time to appreciate the beauty of the world around them. But they can definitely find the time to complain about a national park on Yelp.

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№1 Author: Aindy (17 Oct 2014 16:11) Total user comments: 2863


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And people care because...?
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№2 Author: mikerowave (17 Oct 2014 18:54) Total user comments: 559


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This kind of people should stay at home, and post mirror selfies and pictures of their food.
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№3 Author: saint357 (17 Oct 2014 19:01) Total user comments: 2366


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№4 Author: loveandhate (18 Oct 2014 05:54) Total user comments: 1571


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Then stay home
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№5 Author: twitchyfuzz (18 Oct 2014 19:24) Total user comments: 373


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I had the privilege to visit Yellowstone with my family when I was a kidster. In that park, I noticed all sorts of examples that would've made AC point and laugh. Unfortunately, I was at Yellowstone before AC was created! Nonetheless, here are a few cringeworthy examples of oddities of Yellowstone National Park, located in Wyoming, USA. Sad but true, I had to google to find out where the darn park was.

- There's these things called "bison" which in times past have been known as buffalo. There were several tourists out of their cars, in the grass beside the road, attempting to entice the bison to come closer so that they could take pictures with the kids. Mind you, the kids are the ages of 3 to 5 years of age. The bison are the size of a moving van and 3 times the weight of it! And one was pawing the ground as a sign that he was ready to charge. Ever been flattened by a moving fan ^3?

- The temperature was 80 degrees, but without humidity, it was a pleasant 80. Oh and, that was Fahrenheit. Comes out to 26 (give or take) Celsius. The highlight of that day was being barefoot and having a snowball fight. Yes, snowball. Run into the snow, grab a bunch of it, run back to the asphalt parking lot to quickly thaw out, and throw the tightly packed snow.

- As pic #7 says, the public restrooms (unless it is like a cabin that we stayed at one night), are disgusting As Fuck. I once had to use the shelter/men's room. Out of curiosity, I visited the stalls. Some of the walls had shit caked and hardened on it. I suddenly found bladder reserves I never knew I had.

- By far, the highlight of the Yellowstone visit was the geyser story. No, Old Man Faithful was interesting, but the story was what really set it off. Seems back in about 1990, somebody had their golden retriever dog. The dog was super faithful at retrieving. Like, really good. But, *WAS*. Some asshole idiot had the great idea of throwing a stick out into the area where the geyser erupted. Right at the point when the geyser was about to erupt. So when the faithful retriever headed out to get the stick, the entire audience was treated to the faithful geyser cooking the dog alive. Literally, the hair and meat fell off the bones. By the time I got there in 1996, dogs weren't allowed anywhere in the park. You show up with a dog, you get turned away.
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№6 Author: Ben2017 (21 Oct 2014 00:07) Total user comments: 2043


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not funny
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