- Never use the top bed cover. It doesn’t get washed unless it is noticeably dirty.
- Do not use the blankets in the closet or drawers. They are not washed if still folded or look clean. If you need additional blankets, ask for some clean ones from the front desk.
- Never use the drinking glasses provided by the hotel without washing them first. If the cleaning staff believes them to be clean, they don’t replace them with glasses that are actually clean.
- Don’t walk barefoot in the room.
- Hotel staff do crazy things in the rooms, so just be smart about what you touch.
good advice, thanks!
- You can’t cancel a crush.
Tiger’s setting a perfect example for why we breeders should stop being so self-righteous about marriage. We (with our 50%+ divorce rate) suck at it, we’ve abused it, made a mockery of it and we won’t even let people do it who desperately want to make a commitment? It’s a joke. It’s like we’re the popular kids hogging the swimming pool to sunbathe while all the kids who want to swim line up outside the fence.
I don’t understand how people think that a god would condone death and violence in the name of war but not mutual adult love. With love, everyone wins.
LOVE doesn’t hurt anyone. LOVE is always okay. When did love become the enemy here?
We’re screaming Love! and Tolerance! at other countries and yet we cannot manage it within our own shores.
Once again, America, we are the biggest hypocrites.
The NeverEnding Story
in response to your answer:
That bothers me too. I just had a confrontational conversation the other night with someone and they threw “God” in and said they’d “pray for me” when I told them that Karma would have fun with them so it was really no rain on my parade. I wonder if the fact I believe in Karma goes against the fact I don’t believe in fate? I guess I just feel like things you do usually have a way of coming back to you full circle.
I also believe in Karma but not so much in fate. I simply feel very strongly about being accountable and responsible for your life, and the abuse of approaches like “It’s in God’s hands now” seems like a sanctioned way for some people to give up responsibility and hide behind their faith. This is not to say that there aren’t times when actions seem futile and there needs to be some peace in letting things play out.
That said, I believe in the “power” of prayer, in a way. I think that when we pray about something, it takes on a weight in our thoughts and subconsciously helps us to focus on it and create our own change, even to a metaphysical point. So, I don’t mind it is said to me, though I really do not appreciate being preached at. Under such circumstances, I usually tell folks “I will keep you in my thoughts.”