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By Brad Tuttle
September 29, 2015

Yelp may be best known for crowd-sourced reviews of restaurants and other local businesses, but the site welcomes “Yelpers” to weigh in on all sorts of other destinations—including national parks, colleges, government agencies, border crossings, the local DMV, and beyond. In theory, the idea of reading firsthand opinions from everyday people is wonderful. Then again, you’ve probably heard some variation of the quote comparing opinions to a certain body part, with the point being that both are known to stink. Here are a dozen things you probably didn’t know are being reviewed on Yelp.


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