Hotels have always given me a bit of a creepy vibe.
It’s bad enough that I can never get a good night’s sleep in any hotel bed, but every time I travel, i get this eerie sense that something’s just not right. Maybe I’ve watched “Psycho” a few too many times, but I get this weird feeling like someone is watching me sleep. Don’t even get me started on the fact that I have zero faith in hotel cleaning staff, and I’m probably sleeping on top of someone else’s dead skin, blood, and other unhygienic bodily fluids.
Gross, I know.
While my stays in some of the world’s finest hotels have left me with quite a lasting impression, I’ve never experienced the horrors that these hotel guests did when traveling through Mexico City.
For days, guests were completely oblivious to a rancid smell coming from one of the rooms at the Hotel El Senador in Mexico City.
Finally, though, housekeepers at the hotel decided that enough was enough. After the latest guests checked out of the room, they decided to get to the heart of the problem. They suspected the scent was coming from underneath the queen-sized bed.
Expecting to find moldy food left behind by a former guest, or a dead rat, they were in for quite a gruesome discovery.
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On the steamy S&M track, the 27-year-old sings all about handcuffs and whips — a la Rihanna circa 2010! The hottie even croons about safe words!
Damn! It sure sounds like his romps can get intense! LOLz!
The new number’s sexy groove might even get you in the mood for some fierce foreplay, as Joe quite literally asks his lover to “be mean” to him!
Ch-ch-check it out (below)!
If this sultry song is a taste of the band’s upcoming, self-titled debut album, we’re sure the music world is going to get a whole lot hotter when it drops on November 18!
[Image via DNCE/Instagram.]
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When something bad happens to us, it’s hard to face that fear again.
When I was six years old, I got stuck in an elevator. It only lasted about a minute, but for years afterward I always took the stairs.
Buddy, a golden retriever, had a terrifying experience when he ran into a glass sliding door thinking it was open. The poor guy never recovered, and now it takes a whole lot of convincing to get him to come in the house that way.
Look at him paw at the air to test and make sure it’s safe before finally getting lured inside.
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This problem obviously isn’t all that uncommon.
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