Last updated: 04:13 PM ET, Mon August 15 2016

We Can't Stop Laughing At This Business Traveler's Hilarious Hotel Requests

Entertainment | Gabe Zaldivar | August 15, 2016

We Can't Stop Laughing At This Business Traveler's Hilarious Hotel Requests

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Hotel boredom setting in usually mandates a trip to the bar or a brief tour of the room’s TV options. Or, if you are the hilarious sort, you can pass the time trolling hotel staff with insane requests.

Imgur and Reddit user Jnut731 highlights a cavalcade of comedy on their respective channels, posting images of what their friend has requested from hotel staff.

The Reddit title explains things rather nicely: “Ridiculous and hilarious hotel requests, fulfilled. One way my friend entertains himself while traveling on business.”

As you can see from Imgur, this person is awesome. One request demands that the hotel offer a picture of the Winslow clan while another asks kindly for staff to provide a little Alfonso Ribeiro and a little Jeremy Jackson.

Photo courtesy Imgur

Photo courtesy Imgur

Steve Urkel and Carlton really are a true sign of hotel luxury.

Now get on out there and request away. The comments section on Reddit even purport some staff who are happy to field some of your more interesting requests.

One comment states: “I always like getting these silly requests, puts a little fun in our day at the front desk. As long as it's not too crazy, of course. I got my first fort request about a year ago, we put snacks and a flashlight in there too.”

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Back in January 2015, we noted San Antonio’s Hotel Indigo meeting a most absurd request to have a room decorated with Nicolas Cage pictures.

If you are struggling for things to request perhaps ask for a poster from the movie “The Last Starfighter” or a life-size poster of Kelly Kapowski.

According to the above examples, staff are willing and capable of just about anything.


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