There was this huge window directly in the shower, which wasn’t even frosted?? I guess it was to watch TV while in the shower…?
Is it weird that I’m excited for the wedding comics?
Side note: I noticed that Pierre-Luc commented all the way back on Epiphany, so I’m inevitably am going to check every single comic for a Pierre-Luc Comment.
I’m weird that way.
For a work trip in Polynesia, was booked into one of these rooms with a colleague, luckily we figured out how to separate the bed into 2, but yeah the shower / toilet situation meant we get creative with timing. (floor to roof glass that gave full view of toilet side on and shower.
You’re getting married? :D :D This comic kinda plays out like one of your toilet dreams, so I wasn’t sure XD
I agree, I thought this was another one of your weird dreams. I do wonder if it was a LeGermain hotel, I worked for them and everything about this sounds familiar… :/
OMG IT WAS
THEY ARE SO FANCY BUT STUPID! We were allowed as employees (i was the pastry chef) to stay a night for free to see what it was like, and all of these things struck me as well. I think the person designing their hotels has a problem -_-;
Fancy but stupid sounds like an accurate description
Ahhh congrats on the wedding!! :D
Heh, the creases on the pillows (or whatever they are) make the bed look angry.
That last panel cracks me up!
I don’t care about my husband being around when I do bathroom business but having a window definitely feels weird to me! Plus… what if you need to go in the middle of the night? It’s going to light the bedroom up too! This is so badly thought out I can’t quite wrap my head around it, hahaha.
I stayed in a hotel like that in Krakow! The whole room was controlled by an iPad — television, phone calls, everything. Including this LED lighting that you could set to any color. So you could set the lights in the shower and toilet to red, which made the room feel like you were going to need to tip someone $50 for a show at some point.
Having said that… Félicitations!
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