Wednesday, May 9, 2007

Trip to Nashville, Tennessee

Although I had only been back from vacation for one day, yesterday I had a last minute business trip to Nashville, Tennessee. Fortunately I flew out on a private jet, so it made things much more tolerable. I still have not caught up on sleep yet, and had to get up at 4:30 am Tuesday morning for the early flight, so I was really tired all day. It was a full day of meetings followed by dinner, and when I got to my hotel room I fell asleep as soon as my head hit the pillow.
This morning when I crawled out of bed at 3:15 am to shower, I stared blankly at the counter, squinting at the WIERD FLAVORS of the shampoo, conditioner and soap that the Marriott had. In my sleepy haze I tried to read the labels and had to get my glasses because I was sure I was mis-reading the label. Citrus Ginger, Aloe and Olive Oil flavor shampoos and soaps? Blech. I mean, who thinks of these flavors? Would anyone ever actually buy a shampoo with those flavors? I think its all part of Marriott's secret plot not to have guests steal the shampoo and lotions. Well, it worked on me anyway. My only hope was that I wouldn't smell like an appetizer when I was flying home today.

4 comments:

Michael said...

Citrus and ginger, sure! Olive oil, not so much. Who wants to smell like a salad?

Purple Crayon Brain said...

I think you are right his is a conspiracy. Ha Ha Ha. Olive Oil?! He He He Purple Crayon Brain Lives on...

Gotta love cyber space!

JB said...

I have oatmeal soap I "liberated" from a Lake Tahoe hotel...

I have no idea if it actually tastes of oats though.

Paradox Phillic said...

Hey Olive Oil is a great selling variant in India....

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