I just steal the maids and shove them in my suitcase
i'd never laughed so hard in my life
wtf omfg this id so funny :p
Yes kidnapping people is always hillarious :)
yes.I also dig out all the wires,take towels and mirrors and I call my friends to dig out all window and door fr
no ... i usually take my own shampoo or conditioner from home and i always feel the hotel stuff is cheap (or i just end up in the cheap hotels ! :P)
Questionator is a criminal. Report him.
He is? o.O what happend
he obviously steals the towels and shampoos out of hotels , i don't condone that behavior
Why do you ask? Are you with the FBI?
No... I take the towels, the bedspeads, and the good-looking consierge.
sure , especially after what the hotel charges are nowadays , after all they are complinentary!
Maybe. Maybe I snag a pillow case or two. Who's asking?
Might as well. They have huge boxes filled with them in the storage room. I know, I worked for one. It's really no inconvenience to anyone if you take them
The are very convenient if you're hospitalized. Even though you're paying $1500-2000 per day, that's not an included item.
Yes then I donate them to shelters
Only in america.
no it usually sucks
Yes, then I donate them to Habitat for Humanity and the other shelters.
yes i take everything i see thats why i bring a trailor with me even the shower curtain
Only the Pretty ones! ;)
Or good ones!
But I love the little sewing kit! And little toothpaste.
Can't leave without them! ;)
They still offer the little sewing kit? I love those and haven't seen them in a long long time.
Yes, ;) some come in nice boxes.
But mostly in little plastic bag :(
No. I've got my own that I like to use.
Absolutely I take the soap and shampoo. I paid for it, so why wouldn't I take it?
Honestly... who doesn't? And I know a person who took blankets and glass cups from a hotel... :s
I would take the shampoo , conditioner , towels , and little soap bars . . . After all it is paid for right ?
No, only because everytime U use them they dry my hair out. Plus it's less work for the maids, when they don't have to continue to restock everything.