Even in the year 2015, it seems like if you visited a popular landmark, or ate at hot new restaurant, or suffered through a trip to the DMV and didn't check in to the location on Facebook, you were basically never there. Just take a quick glance at your Facebook newsfeed, and you'll quickly discover that your aunt was at Super Target 48 minutes ago. With that said, Facebook probably had plenty of data to work with when it calculated the top places where people checked in this year, revealed in the company's "Year in Review."
The list is made up entirely of popular landmarks, attractions, and other selfie stick magnets -- where the laws of nature are such that at least one of your friends or companions will promptly tag everyone in a check-in post. Topping this year's list are Disney and Universal Studios amusement park properties, followed by iconic sights like Times Square (#3), the Eiffel Tower (#4), and Niagara Falls (#5). Other top locations include outdoor hangouts like Central Park (#10), because what self-respecting human wouldn't want to post about their beautiful picnic on the Great Lawn. It's practically required by law.