The 11 People You Don't Want To Go On A Road Trip With

June 18, 2014 by Jenna Rak, Huffington Post


Ittttttt's ROAD TRIP SEASON! We can't wait to jump in the car and explore the country with the music on and the wind blowing through our hair.

But who you bring along on your adventure is a tough decision to make.

To avoid a disaster trip where all you want to do is punch your friends in the face, follow our guide to the 11 people you shouldn't invite on your next road trip.

1. The Person With A Tiny Bladder

They require bathroom breaks every 20 minutes and you spend hours of wasted time searching for gas stations or any place with a toilet so they can relieve themselves.

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