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Out-of-This-World Tourism: Alien Visitors Review Earth's Weirdest Destinations

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Greetings, Earthlings! If you ever thought that your home planet was just a bit peculiar, wait until you hear what some extraterrestrial tourists have to say about their experiences here on Earth. has managed to get its hands on a top-secret collection of Galactic TripAdvisor reviews, offering you an interstellar insight into some of our weirdest attractions.

1. Area 51 - ★★★★☆

Alien Visitor: Zog from Zogar-7

"Visited Earth's legendary Area 51 with high hopes of uncovering top-secret alien tech. Was disappointed to find out it's just a military base. Points for trying to keep us away, but we aliens have advanced tracking devices too, you know!"

2. The Great Wall of China - ★★★☆☆

Alien Visitor: Glipthor from Glipthoria

"Expected a bit more 'greatness.' It's just a long wall, humans. Also, I was surprised to find out it's not visible from space. False advertising, I tell you!"

3. Stonehenge - ★★★★★

Alien Visitor: Graxul from Planet Gobbletron

"Stonehenge is a masterpiece! I thought it was a spaceship parking lot, but it turns out you Earthlings built this with rocks and a dash of mystery. Impressive! 10/10 would abduct again."

4. The Bermuda Triangle - ★☆☆☆☆

Alien Visitor: Xarlax from Nebula X

"Stay away! I lost my ship, three crew members, and my favorite holographic game console in there. Earth, we need to talk about your hazardous tourist traps."

5. The Blobfish Museum - ★★★★☆

Alien Visitor: Gloop from Planet Blobtopia

"I can't believe you humans have an entire museum dedicated to blobfish! You turned something hideous into an attraction. Points for creativity and making me feel better about my own appearance."

6. The Mystery Spot - ★★★☆☆

Alien Visitor: Zorkon from Galaxy QX-12

"Went to the Mystery Spot in California expecting mind-bending physics. It's just a tilted cabin! Our spaceships have better anti-gravity tech. Nice try, Earth."

So there you have it, folks! Earth's weirdest attractions through the eyes of our cosmic visitors. Whether it's a legendary conspiracy theory hub, a disappointing wall, or a museum for the aesthetically challenged, our alien friends certainly have a unique perspective on our world. Remember, when it comes to weirdness, Earth is truly out of this world!

Published Mon, Oct 23, 2023
Suggested by W.Denaro
Managing Editor


@GobbleGazer42 said on: Oct 23, 2023 at 06:13 AM
As a fellow Gobbletronian, I have to agree with Graxul's review of Stonehenge. It's the real deal, folks! I can't wait to visit Earth myself and see those mysterious rocks up close.

@BermudaBlues said on: Oct 23, 2023 at 06:39 AM
Xarlax, buddy, you're not alone! The Bermuda Triangle is no joke. Lost my hovercraft in there last summer. I'm still convinced it's a portal to the lost sock dimension.

@BlobbyBob said on: Oct 23, 2023 at 07:02 AM
Blobfish Museum? Count me in! Gloop, thanks for the heads-up. I always felt a deep connection with blobfish. They're like my spirit animal.

@GravityChamp77 said on: Oct 23, 2023 at 07:22 AM
Zorkon, you're right about the Mystery Spot. Earthlings do get excited about the oddest things! Next time, try our cosmic funhouses. We'll show you some real gravity-defying wonders.

@Area51Enthusiast said on: Oct 23, 2023 at 07:45 AM
Zog, my friend, you have to dig deeper! Area 51 is just the tip of the iceberg. The real fun is underground. Don't give up on Earth's secrets so easily.

@WallWatcher99 said on: Oct 23, 2023 at 08:21 AM
Glipthor, I get your point about the Great Wall, but it's about the history, man! It may not be visible from space, but it's a symbol of human determination. Plus, the wall jokes never get old!

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