17 Reasons You Should Absolutely Never Visit Molokai

It’s known as “the most Hawaiian island,” because of it’s underdeveloped and laid-back vibe. Who would want to visit that?

1. Because when you visit Molokai you won’t see many tourists. Obviously it means there’s something wrong with the island.

Molokai’s north shore.

2. Because with less than 8,000 people living on the island it’s pretty much impossible to escape the crowds.

As of 2010 the population was 7,345.

3. Because Molokai is home to the longest fringing reef in the U.S. If you like snorkeling or scuba diving then definitely don’t go to Molokai.


The reef stretches nearly 25 miles.

4. Because the sunsets are bland and colorless.

Yawn. Wake me when it’s morning.

5. Because buildings cannot be taller than coconut trees. If you like long elevator rides then avoid Molokai at all costs!

Technically there are different limits depending on the type of building, but in general Molokai doesn’t allow construction of tall buildings.

6. Because on a clear day you’ll see Maui across the water and be overwhelmed with a desire to leave Molokai.

Why would you want to stay any longer when Maui is just a boat ride away?

7. Because the beaches are hazardous.

8. I mean look at this! Can you imagine how miserable it would be to spend an afternoon on here?

9. Because you can send yourself a coconut through the mail, and it’s literally the most exciting thing you can do on the island.


Yep. It’s called “Post-A-Nut.”

10. Because the second most exciting thing you can do is visit something called “Phallic Rock.”

What a dumb looking rock to take selfies in front of?

11. Because there are annoying signs reminding you to slow down.

12. Because there’s a farmers market that ONLY happens on Saturdays.


It’s a complete waste of time. Don’t go.

13. Because traffic in Molokai is insane, just look at this shot of the main street. And yeah, I said THE main street, as in there’s only one.

14. Because part of Molokai is a straight up leper colony.

In the mid 1800’s sufferers of the disease were first abandoned on Molokai. The Kalaupapa peninsula was essentially a prison for them, as it’s surrounded by cliffs and water.

Drugs that were developed in the 1940’s stopped the spread of the disease. However, there are still 40 residents living in Kalaupapa, and though they are no longer contagious, access to the area is strictly regulated. The peninsula is now a National Historic Site where you can learn more about the disease and it’s important role in the history of Molokai.

Dedicated to preserving the memories and experiences of the past, the guided mule tour is a great way experience Kalaupapa and take in the incredible views.

15. Because this is the Molokai airport.

16. And because this bench at the airport doubles as baggage claim.


No conveyer belts in Molokai.

17. Because the Molokai Visitor Center even warns you that there are no four or five star dining opportunities.

But they do say “you will be able to find good food and ambiance from picnic tables to beachfront dining.” Talk about miserable?

Read more: http://www.buzzfeed.com/mathewguiver/head-to-molokai-immediately

Epic Fail: This Has Only Happened 4 Times In Jeopardy History, Can You Solve the Answer?

An episode of Jeopardy where all three contestants miss the answer isn’t unusual at all, but when they’re wrong and finish with $0 each? That’s pretty rare.

Until last night’s episode, it had only happened three times in Jeopardy’s entire 32-year history. You’ve never see host Alex Trebek this disappointed in his contestants.

So, what was the historical answer that stumped the contestants? See if you can answer it below:

A 1957 event led to the creation of a National Historic Site in this city, signed by a president whose library is now there too.

Here’s a hint: it’s not Springfield, Austin, or Atlanta.

Did you guess the correct answer? If not, at least you didn’t have thousands of dollars riding on it.

Some of these reactions are spot on:

Leave it to a Clinton to rob them of their money.

Read more: http://twitchy.com/2016/01/20/epic-fail-this-has-only-happened-4-times-in-jeopardy-history-can-you-solve-the-answer/

These People May Have Attitude, But At Least It’s Hilarious.

You may come across some people in life that think they’re the class clown or office wise guy, but they have nothing on the real deal. These people were born with attitudes and sarcasm that simply can’t be stopped. Having someone like this in your life would ensure each day is full of laughter (and probably some headaches).

1.) That’s what it’s supposed to do.

2.) Sure puts an end to that.

3.) The mom traffic sign.

4.) That’s a little sexist.

5.) Poor tradesmen.

6.) Science!

7.) Got her there.

8.) Bey would disagree.

9.) Definitely got the last laugh.

10.) Why not?

11.) Let the bidding begin.

12.) Clever.

13.) Technically, this is what they wanted.

14.) I hope this kid received credit for this.

15.) Lewd.

16.) How considerate.

17.) Zing!

18.) Oh, typos.

19.) Truth.

20.) That’s a little creepy.

21.) Triple sass!

22.) That’s just a scientific fact.

23.) Quite tasty.

24.) I see what you did there.

25.) Stubborn.

26.) Not what I think they meant.

27.) Ctrl+alt+delete.

28.) Good worker.

29.) Dope.

Ah yes… now this is how you properly react to things in life. Some say the wheel was the greatest tool ever invented. Personally, I think sarcasm is.

Read more: http://viralnova.com/smartass/