This dude had a request for the hotel he was staying at in D.C. It was a very, very important request not to be taken lightly. Yes, this dude wanted a framed picture of Harambe. To make matters even more spectacular, the hotel was cool with the guy keeping the framed picture.
Darby requested via email a free five-night stay for her and her boyfriend at a hotel in Ireland. Instead of paying the hotel, she would give the business "exposure" - the hotel owner was certainly having none of that and replied to her with a snarky email, which he has since published online. He even went on to ban all social media influencers from his places of business.
Do you think the hotel owner's response was fair or did it go too far? Let us know in the comments!
We have found what makes any hotel into a five star luxurious hotel.
And no, it's not the killer view from the window or the fancy sheets.
For many people on Twitter, it's the "Towel animals" who welcomed them on their arrival at the hotel room.
When Twitter user @team_daddy asked others to join in sharing the best towel art they've seen in hotels throughout the world, people were more than happy to share.
This guy found himself in the middle of an emotional rollercoaster of a date. It sounds like the date was emotionally reactive beyond comprehension, and generally resigned to being discontent with whatever the current situation was. The dude clearly had the moment he recognized that things had gone south, and decided to open up to the concierge, who was around and ready to listen.
Neco Republic is a Japanese company that invests many efforts into animal rescue and especially, in finding forever homes for rescue cats and dogs. The company is always coming up with creative ways to accomplish its mission- opening a cat cafe staffed only by cats with FIV or organizing a special event to unit shy guys with feline companions. Now they've come up with a new brilliant idea of opening up a hotel that allows guests a room with a constant view of cats to adopt. Don't you just love it.
Yoga is one of the most peaceful and rejuvenating things you can do. And like with most things, when you incorporate animals, it only improves the experience. A series of programs offering everything from goat yoga in Oregon to cat yoga in Illinois have sprung up, promising a workout that involves communing with non-human participants. But are you ready for this? you can now add flamingo yoga to the list.
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It's a shame that these were eventually used to dry an ass. It shouldn't occur to someone to make an gorilla out of a towel, but we at least appreciate the skill involved in making it possible. Sure it's frivolous, but kinda cool. The hotels we're used to staying in, we're just lucky if the towels are there.
When you get down to it, a hotel is a box filled with people. People who have wants, needs, and get themselves locked out naked more than you'd expect. People who work in hotels walk in on weird things all the time, so naturally sometimes weird things would walk in on them.