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Demi Lovato is a thief

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katycoo:

--- Quote from: Hillia on May 14, 2013, 03:04:14 PM ---Seriously: http://social.entertainment.msn.com/tv/blogs/blog--demi-lovato-likes-to-steal-pillows

She likes to have her own clean pillow when she flies, so she starts with her own pillow, then leaves it behind and steals one from whatever hotel she's staying at.  She mentions the Ritz, and 'they've got money there.  They can afford another pillow.'

I hope they consistently bill her for the thefts.

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I'm sure they do.  Hotels routinely charge guests for missing items as room theft is disturbingly common.

Audrey Quest:

--- Quote from: katycoo on May 15, 2013, 12:42:08 AM ---
--- Quote from: Hillia on May 14, 2013, 03:04:14 PM ---Seriously: http://social.entertainment.msn.com/tv/blogs/blog--demi-lovato-likes-to-steal-pillows

She likes to have her own clean pillow when she flies, so she starts with her own pillow, then leaves it behind and steals one from whatever hotel she's staying at.  She mentions the Ritz, and 'they've got money there.  They can afford another pillow.'

I hope they consistently bill her for the thefts.

--- End quote ---

I'm sure they do.  Hotels routinely charge guests for missing items as room theft is disturbingly common.

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If they even notice its missing...  she leaves a pillow and takes a pillow.

Ha!  Someone should tell her that the leave a penny take a penny thing does not apply to pillows!

TeamBhakta:
Stealing aside, I'm side eyeing her saying a hotel pillow is cleaner than one she brought. Think about how many people used the hotel pillow before her. Yes, they launder the pillow cases, but still. Why yes, I do go all Sheldon Cooper and bring my own pillow and blanket to hotels. Especially after the time I checked into a Red Roof Inn and didn't discover until bedtime there was a tiny sign saying "We don't wash / change sheets, pillow cases or blankets from one guest to the next. You have to request it." :-X

katycoo:

--- Quote from: TeamBhakta on May 15, 2013, 01:34:23 AM ---Stealing aside, I'm side eyeing her saying a hotel pillow is cleaner than one she brought. Think about how many people used the hotel pillow before her. Yes, they launder the pillow cases, but still. Why yes, I do go all Sheldon Cooper and bring my own pillow and blanket to hotels. Especially after the time I checked into a Red Roof Inn and didn't discover until bedtime there was a tiny sign saying "We don't wash / change sheets, pillow cases or blankets from one guest to the next. You have to request it." :-X

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WHAT?? That's a first...

agentsmith:
As everyone says, the hotel pillow isn't any cleaner.  Why doesn't she just pack or purchase new pillowcases for her pillow?  Or, hotels of that caliber have room service laundry so her pillow case could be freshly washed and pressed no problem. 

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