I'm sure you've had to tell someone "Don't do that," then thought to yourself, "I can't believe I had to say that."

Honestly, why do we have to explain the most common sense things to people?

A meme is going around social media with a new rule for Yellowstone.


Who would have ever thought that such a rule needed to be said?

This is every bit as bad as the guy who dropped his cell phone down an outhouse hole in Yellowstone, then went down in there to get it... and got stuck.

Yeah, that really happened.

Below is the new Yellowstone rule making its way around the internet. 

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Here is the original story.

Rangers responded after receiving a report that the man had harassed a herd of bison and went so far as to kick one in the leg.

They transported the man to a nearby medical facility where he was evaluated, treated, and transported to the Gallatin County Detention Center.

Each violation can result in fines up to $5,000 and six months in jail.

Remember that guy who jumped out of his car and tried to shoo a bison off the road? He was drunk too.

Who can forget that woman in South Dakota who was literally PANTS by a bison?

The beast had her blue jeans hanging from its horns.

We could make a rule for every stupid thing these stupid people do.

But, then again, nobody can fix stupidity.

So I guess hanging a sign that reads "Don't Kick The Bison" would be a waste of time.

YouTube Screen Grab Bison Pants Tourist

Okay folks, one more time.

Here is Hank Patterson with his video, SURIVIING YELLOWSTONE.

I just don't know what else to do here.

Maybe if everyone who worked at Yellowstone wore one of these T-shirts?

It probably still would not help much.


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