This is one of the most ghetto things I have ever seen in my life.
I immediately think "minimum wage" and "underemployed" and other depressing thoughts about all sorts of people forced to live in roommate situations just to stay off the street.
I'm just thinking of a kid in a college dorm.
No, further edit: there are toiletries, reading glasses, and a gilt-framed mirror in the background on cultured marble. This is a presbyopic hotel guest salvaging last night's takeout leftovers.
Last edited by Hard-up1; January 9th, 2013 at 05:30 AM.
And here I thought it was bad that at my old place I cooked 90% of my meals in a sandwich press.
Now THAT'S youthful!
Yeah, that's a hotel room. Who rolls up their washcloth like that?
thats quite funny. There was a period when I didn't have a kitchen, only due to me having it replaced.
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I'm thinking Martha Stewart in jail.
The entire decor does reek of "Hotel" to me.
I feel sorry for the next guest that uses that iron on their clothes though.
I pity the person who will iron their shirt after that...
Sheesh. If one doesn't have a kitchen... there is something called a microwave. I saw one on sale in CVS or some other store for $29. You can plug it anywhere. A toaster could work too...
And yea that does look like a hotel room... I'm sure they have room service...
Well at least it's not cold pizza.
I used to cook soup and sausages in a electric kettle till my kitchen was ready for use.
Could be a budget motel like Motel 6 but wait - they don't even have irons...OK maybe a Travelodge (not updated room - no microwave).
American/Canadian budget motels: necessity is the mother of invention.
Tea and coffee making facilities ...non-existent or insufficient with not even a plug-in kettle.
I am working on what form my JUB reincarnation will take...
Give a man a fish, he'll eat for a day.
Give a man religion, and he'll starve praying for a fish.
Good heavens. And I just used a hotel iron (on my clothes) just last week.
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What's the matter with a little Appalachian engineering?
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