Scared Of Heights
These days, most jars of peanut butter contain allergy warnings because there are a lot of stupid people out there. But it turns out that hot air balloons also require this type of label. One person complained about their fear of heights after experiencing a ride.
“There was no sign telling you that you shouldn’t get in a hot air balloon if you’re afraid of heights,” they complained (via Third Eye Story). We probably don’t need to tell you that getting into a hot air balloon is a bad idea if you’re afraid of heights, but these people needed it. The reality is that the balloon should have pushed them out and done the world a favor. It would have been a case of survival of the fittest.