They Are SUPPOSED To Be Cleaned Before My Arrival

A while back during a trip that involved a solitary stay at a Hampton Inn, one of their gimmicky post-it note notices caught my attention more than it usually does.

 

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“One would certainly hope that you washed them”, was my thought. Then I started to think about what other signs they might make for guests that would ensure the guests know that they’re in a clean and safe home away from home. the results of that brainstorming session with myself are posted below for your consideration:

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12 Responses to They Are SUPPOSED To Be Cleaned Before My Arrival

  1. LOLz … I liked the first and second note the best. Did you leave these notes behind for them? They would have enjoyed reading them.

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  2. Found you on the community pool, and I’m definitely going to follow your blog! This post cracked me up – I can’t ever sleep at hotels…After watching Hotel Impossible, I just can’t…

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    • fncoffee says:

      Thanks for the kind words, Elizabeth! I spend nearly half of my life alone in hotel rooms and try to create my own entertainment as a result. I haven’t dared watch Hotel Impossible yet. I think that if I did, I’d have to Saran-wrap my body before entering a room and the practicality of that just wouldn’t work out for me.

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  3. Lily says:

    The last one is hilarious! This is so my sense of humor. Loved it.

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    • fncoffee says:

      Thanks, Lily! I’m waiting for them to put a sign on the door that says “Welcome! With your check-in in mind, we made the previous occupant check out of this room earlier today. Thanks for your patronage.”

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  4. Aditi Pallod says:

    This is hilarious! I thought that it actually happened, and I had an incredulous face on, but I reread, and oh gosh, I can’t stop laughing! 🙂

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  5. Beautiful. It’s like when my wife and I drove past a store with the name, “Condoms to Go.” She looked at me and said, ” Well, I HOPE they’re to go!”

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