Spiteful, venomous, poisonous, malicious, and nasty are just some of the words that describe these TripAdvisor reviews. Now, we often rely on reviews to convince us, or warn us before we travel somewhere. But oh well, at the very least we can laugh at these tourism trolls while we plan our next vacations.
PIECE OF RUSTED IRON
Somewhere in the afterlife, Stephen Sauvestre, the architect of the Eiffel Tower, is clutching at his astral chest in pain over having this tourist from Singapore throw shade at his gigantic masterpiece.
IT’S TOO SCOTTISH
Um, gee! We wonder why. Could it be because the play you watched was in Scotland? You can’t blame the actors for sounding like Scrooge McDuck in their own native land.
THE BEACH WAS TOO SANDY
Yup! Generally beaches are sandy, and sadly, tourists visiting Tumon Beach in Guam’s Mariana Islands can be a little “beachy” themselves over the silliest thing.
THE SEA OF RAISED ARMS
This reviewer didn’t get why everyone was flaunting over a painting of the Mona Lisa as if she were Kim Kardashian walking the red carpet. Looks like someone seriously needed a nap on this trip.
MEH! IT’S JUST A TOMB
Some people just don’t get why India white-taxes them at the entrance. Well, yeah it might just be a tomb to you, but it’s also a pretty freaking cool building that most of us would die to see… no pun intended.
IT’S TOO LONG
Yes, it’s long, 1.701 miles long. What gave you the idea it could be done effortlessly? However, watching dolphins or seals catching fish is something worth doing a little walking for.
THE AVERAGE NAZI CAMP
This tourist didn’t feel like the Dachau concentration camp lived up to the far more popular camp in Auschwitz. What was he expecting, a live show? Some people have nothing better to do than complain.
LIVING IN THE PRESENT
This person found Anne Frank’s house to be a bit dull. So the fact that this poor girl wrote a journal chronicling the horrors she had to endure was a waste of time, like the rest of history. Child please!
Who would dare call Christ the Redeemer highly overrated? Sure, the statue in Rio might be one giant concrete pillar, but guess what a one star rating will get you? A one way ticket to the pit!
IT’S A HUGE CLOCK
Yes, it’s a huge clock atop a tower. Next to the house of parliament, the Palace of Westminster, boasting an incredible Gothic architecture, by the amazing river Thames. You didn’t go there to look at “just the clock.” Next time stay at your hotel room.