“7 Common Offworlder Questions Klingons Are Tired of Hearing.”

So, you’ve decided to include the Klingon Empire in your summer vacation travel plans. Maybe you’ve even acquired yourself a copy of the brand spankin’ new  Hidden Universe Travel Guides – Star Trek: The Klingon Empire.

What? You haven’t done that last thing? Egads! Read no farther until you can get thee to a purveyor of tomes and lay hands on one of these things, all right? What the hell are you thinking, planning a trip to the Empire without such a helpful, handy reference?

Are you back yet? Okay, then. Where were we? Oh, right. Klingon Empire. Vacation plans. Cool new book. Etc.

There’s always a bit of a learning curve when visiting a strange new world or civilization, amirite? That goes double for a place like the Empire, where the locals have a long history of rejecting outsiders. It’s only recently that Klingons have warmed to the idea of tourists in their midst, but you can bet there are already all sorts of things they’re tired of seeing from offworlders, along with several things they’re damned tired of hearing.

Therefore, in the interest of enhancing your visit to the Klingon Empire, allow me to provide you with some hopefully helpful tips which might spare you the dreaded “Klingon Eyeroll.”

Insight Editions:
Traveling to the Klingon Empire?
Beware These 7 Common Offworlders Questions
Klingons Are Tired of Hearing

All righty, then. I’ve given you the information. The rest is up to you. Happy traveling, and Qapla’!

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About Dayton Ward

Freelance word pusher. Husband. Dad. Trekkie. Rush fan (the band). Tampa Bay Bucs fan. Observer/derider of human behavior. I know where my towel is.
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2 Responses to “7 Common Offworlder Questions Klingons Are Tired of Hearing.”

  1. Murray Moore says:

    This post was so funny, I enjoyed the other travel guide for Vulcan, can’t wait to read the Klingon travel guide.

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