Here Are Consumerist’s 10 Most-Read Stories For 2011

In the last twelve months, we’ve posted more than 6,000 stories on Consumerist, some of which have garnered a bit more attention than others.

This year’s most-read stories cover everything from bad tippers to worse store managers, from a man who used the legal system to foreclose on one of the nation’s biggest banks to a mom who tried to sue because her kid wasn’t properly prepped for an Ivy League education.

So without any further hubbub, here is the list of the stories that millions of Consumerist readers deemed the most eyeball-worthy:

1. Mom Sues Preschool For Failing To Prep Tot For Harvard

2. The Post-Apocalyptic Clownscape That Was Six Flags New Orleans

3. Customer Catches Best Buy Breaking Law, Gets Banned From Store

4. Wells Fargo Meeting Today With Philly Homeowner Who “Foreclosed” On Them (Here’s How He Did It)

5. Congratulations BP: You’re The Worst Company In America!

6. Calm Man Successfully Buys TV And Denies Walmart Receipt Checkers

7. This $10 Tip Is Not The Best Way To Show Your Gratitude To Your Server

8. Southwest Pilot Holds Plane For Murdered Child’s Family

9. We’re Sorry You Ever Came To Our Store & Wasted Our Precious Time

10. 9 Confessions Of A Former Geek Squad Geek

Thanks to everyone for reading. See y’all in 2012!

Want more consumer news? Visit our parent organization, Consumer Reports, for the latest on scams, recalls, and other consumer issues.