An Alanis-like moment from a couple having a nice holiday dinner on vacation in Ft. Lauderdale. “It was a really nice, upscale, 4 star chain hotel. Dinner was great but my wife was almost enjoying her second glass of cab and noticed this little bugger trying to climb out.”
From a radio employee on move-in day at their new offices where she found this splatte inexplicably on the wall in the hall. Welcome to the new facility! “And don’t forget, Friday is Hazmat Suit Day. So, where your Hazmat suit if you want to.”
At an Orlando resort where a mom and dad sat on beach chairs and chatted while their two little darlings waded around knee-deep in a pond posted for gators.
From a hotel guest who woke up for an early check out to find that he’d had another roommate and that he/she/it passed away on the bathroom tile over night. He/she/it leave a wife and 14,000 eggs in the coffee maker.
From a mom on vacation with a daughter in Tucson: The bug was on the floor by the ironing board. Completely startled me. It was a good size bug and was twitching around a little bit. I wasn’t interested in doing the bug relocation program since I didn’t know if it[…]
From a business traveler in the Bay Area: “I run into this a lot at hotels where lots of Asian tourists will stay. They seem to really like their smokes so they’ll cover the sprinklers and any other smoke detectors with shower caps or ice bucket liners.”
From a flight attendant on layover in Odessa, Texas. The door doesn’t quite fit the door frame. It doesn’t really instill you with confidence.
From a flight attendant on layover in Odessa, where the seat was just sitting on the toilet bowl. Came right off. This is a new one.
I actually respect 4th grade humor, but the person who submitted this photo from a hotel in DC didn’t feel the same way. I guess that an all night red eye, a quick hour of sleep, making coffee while you’re in the shower and then having the coffee you pour[…]
Disregard the love graffiti, recent guests at this Motel 6 disabled the smoke detector and just for good measure, baggied the sprinkler. Someone needs a patch.