Colorado December 14, 2015
These 10 Towns In Colorado Are On Santa’s Naughty List
*Please note: This article is for entertainment only and shouldn’t be taken too seriously.*
“You better watch out, you better not cry, you better not drink or get too high.” …because Santa is coming to town in less than two weeks and has been keeping a close eye on you all year! That being said, these 10 Colorado towns and cities, who have been given distinct titles by popular news and entertainment sites, may wake up Christmas morning to find lumps of coal in their stockings:
Seeing as though Denver has a large population, it should come as no surprise that the Mile High City tops the list. The main reason for recognition? For several years in a row, Denver has been named the "Highest City in America" by multiple outlets. Speaking of highest cities in America...
2. Colorado Springs
recently named Colorado Springs the second highest city in America with one dispensary for every 14,213 residents (which actually surprised me)! Another surprise? Last year,
ranked the Springs at #16 on their "25 Most Hungover Cities In America" list.
According to the
FBI's Crime in the United States
report (2012), the Southern Colorado town had 199 robberies, 1,895 burglaries, and a whopping 7,030 property crimes within one year.
I love Boulder... the scenery, restaurants, and shopping make it the absolute perfect town (in my opinion). Come to find out, I'm not the only one who loves Boulder; in fact, Boulder is a nightlife mecca with
and more than
What makes this beautiful mountain town so naughty? Earlier this year,
named Aspen the #1 "Drunkest City in Colorado" with an 18% divorce rate and the second highest bars and liquor stores per capita ranking.
The small mountain community of Vail doesn't strike me as a breeding ground for crime, but according to
10 Most Dangerous Cities in Colorado list, "for every year you’re within Vail city limits, you face a greater than 5% chance of being robbed."
7. Fort Collins
Uh oh, FoCo;
called you the 13th "Most Hungover City in America" with 14% of residents admitting to binge drinking, a high liquor store to person ratio (22 stores per 100,000 people), and the fact that there's 17 bars for every 100,000 people!
Switching gears from booze to blaze,
Highest Cities in America list named Aurora the fifth highest city in the nation for its record setting amount of medical marijuana card holders.
Am I shocked that this charming tourist destination has its fair share of bars and dispensaries? No! The town of 16,936 was named the fifth
"Drunkest City in Colorado"
with the seventh "highest bars per capita" in the state. As for the dispensaries?
shows 14 in Durango alone.
To conclude this list, here is a crazy statistic: In 2013 alone, a Walmart in Stapleton called police officers more than 841 times to report theft, making it the nation's top shoplifting destination.
Be good for goodness sake, Colorado!