The Secret Language of Towels
By ThinGuy on Jul 15, 2008
Chances are if you stayed in a hotel in the last few years you've seen the water conservation efforts of reducing towel and linen washings. Typically there is a placard on in the bathroom that says something like "A towel on the floor means please replace, a towel on the rack means I'll use it again".
On a recent trip to NYC, Brad and I were laughing about other meanings towels could have...such as:
- Food stained towel on my room service tray means "More napkins next time"
- Towels missing from room means "Your towels are nicer than mine at home"
- Towels are all used & wet means "Your towels are too small"
- Crunchy towel between the bed & nightstand means "Movie titles do not appear on hotel bill"