One thing I love to do is browse through Reddit. It is a portal of hillarious stories, weird incidents and great inspiration. I came across a post titled “Hotel workers of Reddit, what’s the craziest, weirdest things you’ve discovered in hotel rooms?” Here are 5 of my favorite responses.
1.As the owner of a bed and breakfast place for the last 8 years the craziest thing i ever found was an old battered notebook with “Why i love salad” written on the front and then literally 40-80 pages on why salad was amazing. There’d be the occasional suggestion that the author believed salad to be alive in some sense. Looked like it had been written on and off over the course of several years. ~ Shane McDeath Um… okay then
2. Cats. Cats everywhere. And a $100 tip with a note that said, “thanks for taking care of these guys, be back in a week.” She didn’t come back ~ camel_dick I wouldn’t mind that – Cats are awesome!
3. We had this guy stay for a full week without letting housekeeping into his room. Each day we brought him new towels and new trash bags and he would meet us at the door to take them. When he left, we were terrified of what we would find, but the room was spotless. He had not touched a thing, and had even gone behind himself to clean with bleach. All the towels we brought him were folded up neatly, apparently unused. Even the bed was how we had left it. Super weird. ~ feedmeyourspaghetti – Isn’t that a good thing? No cleaning up for you to do!
4. Not really disgusting or weird, but the residents had decided to cover the floor in the bathroom with mayonnaise, and the same with the mirrors. ~ Lachshmock – I actually happen to think that that is disgusting.
5. Working as a cleaner in a hotel, went to clean a guest’s room, dreading it since they’d been there for a stag do, found the goat. Don’t know how it got there, or how it was removed, but it made a good story for a while. ~ bluepaul – Quite an interesting story.
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