NOPE: World's Longest Glass-Bottomed Bridge Opens In China, 590-Feet Above The Ground

September 25, 2015


These are a bunch of photos of the longest glass-bottomed bridge, that just opened in China. It connects the two peaks of Stone Buddha Mountain and you will absolutely never see me crossing it. Because I'm a ninja. Just kidding, because I'm f***ing terrified of heights.

...the world's longest glass-bottomed walkway, is located in Shiniuzhai Geopark in Hunan, and spans 300m (984f) and is 180m (590f) above ground. The floor is made of double-layered glass that is 24mm (0.94in), and is reportedly 25 times stronger than regular window glass.

Wait -- it's only 25 times stronger than regular window glass? I feel like that is not enough. I can break a window with a rock EASY. Nope, definitely not strong enough. "You're just saying that because you're too scared to cross it." Of course I am, I already told you I'm terrified of heights. One time I got picked for an interview with a company but then I found out their office was on the 18th story of a building and I called them and told them my whole resume was a lie plus I'm in prison.

Keep going for several more pics of the, you know what, I don't really need to see what's on the other side anyway.








Thanks to Bad Drink, who should be politely returned to the bartender for a different cocktail.

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