Sarah Palin To Strippers: The 13 WILDEST Things Reviewed On Yelp (PHOTOS)

As Wikipedia is to the Encyclopedia Britannica, so is to the New York Times food review section.

The site is a hub of over 9 million reviews of businesses written by amateurs and locals all over the world, from San Francisco to St. Louis. (Yelp, in a nutshell, is an 'online urban city guide that helps people find cool places to eat, shop, drink, relax and play, based on the informed opinions of a vibrant and active community of locals in the know.')

Most of the reviews are of restaurants, bars, salons and retail businesses--but there are some surprising, shocking, and even suggestive listings created by users on the site.

We've picked out the weirdest, most unexpected reviews from the site in the slideshow below. Vote on the craziest, then send us the wildest ones you've seen!