Nitwit Trying to Soak in Hot Springs Falls, Is No More. And I Mean No More.

Posted: November 18, 2016 in Assclowns, Fails, News

“Come on in, the water’s fine!”

An Oregon man who died after attempting to “hot pot” in a Yellowstone National Park hot spring in June dissolved when he fell into the boiling, acidic water, Time magazine reported.

Time said that 23-year-old Colin Scott was looking for a place to “hot pot,” or soak in the waters, a move forbidden by park officials, with his sister.

In the FOIA report, Sable Scott told park officials that her brother “was reaching down to check the temperature of a hot spring when he slipped and fell into the pool.”

Officials could not find any remains because of the pool’s acidic water quality, the report said.

“In a very short order, there was a significant amount of dissolving,” Deputy Chief Ranger Lorant Veress told Time.

Boy, tough day for Colin Scott, huh? Dude just wanted to soak in Nature’s Hot Tub and the next thing you know he’s liquefied like you read about. And what about sister Sable? Think she thought about saving him for a second? Maybe started to jump in and thought, “N-a-h, perhaps I’ll stay up here where it’s not all acidic and whatnot.”  

And I love Deputy Chief Ranger Lorant Veress’s comment: “There was a significant amount of dissolving.” That’s way better than “That kid fluidified quicker than a alka-seltzer in a Dixie Cup.

Note 1: How can you be a “Deputy Chief”? Either you’re a chief or you’re not. Dumb.

Note 2: Let this be a lesson to all – never attempt to hot pot with your sister.


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