"Say's who???" That was the first question that popped into my head after I saw the headline of this story

So who makes this person or these people "experts" or so-called qualified to label a building structure as UGLY? Ok here is the deal, according to bringmethenews.com to a study from Buildworld they put out a list of some of "The UGLIEST Buildings" in the United States. This is what intrigued me right away, based on WHAT exactly? "...based on the percentage of negative tweets criticizing a building's design. The ugliest building in the United States was determined to be the J. Edgar Hoover Building in Washington, D.C." I'll give you the list and the rankings in just a bit, let's explore a little more about these Buildworld people - Where do THEY work at? What makes their place NOT one of the ugliest buildings? ( I promise I'm not reaching for straws here - I couldn't find a picture of their workplace )

Think about all the buildings you have seen in Minneapolis -  Do any of them stand out as UGLY in your mind?

If you have driven through Minneapolis or have lived there for a bit, you may have an idea of what is UGLY in your mind...here are some of the negative tweets that criticized this building -"Every time I drive by the -------------------

I die a little inside, it's so ugly and ruins the skyline" 

Here is another complaint - "--  ----  ------- is ugly and an eye sore on the city"

Ok time for me to show you a picture of what THEY think is "One Of The Ugliest Buildings In The United States"

Getty Images
Getty Images

"The Vikings stadium's angular, ship-like design has been the source of debate since its first opened. The Pioneer Press in 2016 described the stadium as "ugly on the outside, awesome on the inside."

Here is the full list I told you about earlier - for each of the U.S. world, and the United Kingdom, click here. Personally, I disagree with Buildworld.


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