The stuff people moan about
I am amazed at people going on the internet and complaining about what other people choose to moan about in a “Visitor’s Book” while on holiday
Sat in the kitchen with the patio door open and a massive glass of red whilst the wife and kids watch Finding Nemo (again) in the other room. It is my 10 minutes off and I choose to spend it with you.
Also. I have found the free issue foil. They could have made a casserole lid from that.Posted 4 years agojekkylMember
I too am in a holiday house while wife & child watch alice in wonderland, I’m drinking lager though. Been on the beach today, near St Austell, beautiful, will have to come here again. This side of Cornwall is much nicer than the Newquay side. There’s no moaning in the book here but there’s no food processor, Bahhhh.Posted 4 years ago
Looking through he “Visitor’s Book” in our excellent holiday cottage I am amazed at the things people choose to moan about in writing to the owner.
No casserole lid.
No free issue foil or cling film.
Couldn’t work out how to use the oven.
and my favourite…
No gravy boat.
I don’t like the guy in the adjacent parking bay’s Range Rover. I shall have a whinge about it at the end of the holiday.Posted 4 years ago
Sitting at the Gourmet Pizza Co on the South Bank, just along from the national in fab sunshine eating nice food with a view to die for and the two old bats next to me have moaned about everything!
I could ask them if they have stayed in a sub standard holiday cottage recently?Posted 4 years agostevomcdSubscriber
Once had someone complain that their room was cold. On offering to turn the heating up for them, they advised that they had turned it off as they “didn’t like heating bedrooms”.
In a ski chalet. In January. It was -25°C overnight.
Sometimes you just have to smile and offer a hot-water bottle.Posted 4 years agoesselgruntfuttockMember
On Tripadvisor someone had complained that they couldn’t get a cup of tea at 10pm on a Saturday night at the Torridon Inn. They’d called in ‘on spec’ during a full on Jockanese wedding reception!
Who TF wants a cup of tea at 10pm on a Saturday night with someone else’s wedding in full swing, apart from your Granny?Posted 4 years agopaulosoxoSubscriber
We were reading the guestbook in a hotel in Paris, where some budding author had written a line about the hotel being the ‘perfect place to finish their first novel’ to which my wife commented underneath that she had just finished her paperback on the eurostar, and maybe the hotel should consider some kind of book exchange in the near future.
Oh how we laughed.Posted 4 years ago
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