Having spent my share of nights at hotels around the world, I have grown quite used to the fact that they are all almost the same. If you have stayed at one hotel, you know the next one will be pretty much the same. After all, all they sell is somewhere to rest your head at night. There are some hotels out there that really push the limit for what you can expect. However, what do you do when your hotel is the ordinary boring kind with the usual expensive mini-bar and the miles of corridors that lead to nothing more than continued boredom?
Well, as it turns out, there is quite a lot you can do to cheer up the mood, not only for yourself, but for the employees of the hotel as well. Oh, and it has nothing to do with the mini-bar, well it somewhat does. Just a few creative endeavors from you, and you’ll hear a chilling scream right after you have left the room and the hotel maid has entered. Just a little advice, remember that ever action has a reaction, and even though you are in charge of the action at hand, you can’t control the reaction, so make sure you are prepared for some rather nasty retaliations.
The impulsive comedian Brett Kreischer has his own way of increasing the heart rate of the personnel at the hotels he stays at. What the reactions were; however, were not disclosed, but as you can imagine after checking out these images, I can assume they were quite amusing, entertaining and in some cases horrifying.
After seeing these images, I suddenly have new found knowledge for how to obliterate the boredom of having to stay at a hotel for any length of time. This will certainly come in handy whenever the service or the overall stay has been less than satisfying. Not that it happens a lot, but when it does, it sometimes isn’t enough to just complain at the front desk. This would certainly put a little flair on the day when you wake up knowing you have to leave your resting place behind only to travel to the next one.
Sorry about the low image quality. Bad lighting along with a cell phone camera does that. But the hilarity of the images should still be the same.