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So I was staying at a hotel towards the end of my spring break trip and kinda thought something was wrong when i slept on the bed the first night at it was making a lot more noise then my room mates bed. Well on the second night I decided to figure out what could of been making the noise. I wiggled my hand under the sheets and felt some plastic. I then pulled off some of the top sheet and found a fancy looking plastic sheet. Then I compared my sheet to my room mates sheet and found they were quite different.

Now that was the first hotel that that happened at, or at least that I noticed. I wonder if the hotel staff just did a bad job and forgot to remove it, I mean other then that the room was quite nice and clean. It also makes me wonder if it was the person before me, or who knows how long that sheet had been on the bed.

Anybody ever have that happen to you.
 

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Never had it, though to my knowledge I've only been in a hotel once for one night...
 
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Well you got the perfect person to answer this right now because I am only 12 credits shy of a associates degree in hospitality management. :D

Anyways there is two things that could have possibley happened...
1.) The hotel puts plastic sheets on all their beds and just forgot to put it on one of them, which was the one your friend was sleeping on. A lot of hotels do this now, because of so many people wetting the bed and destroying their matresses. I beleive on TBDL maybe it was here I do not remember (I am bad with remembering when things happened but good at remembering everything that does happen, just not when haha), there was this article someone posted about someone wetting the bed in a hotel and asking for damage causes for destruction of sheets and matress or something like that. So the hotel does it to prevent that whole suing process and dealing with the customer on such a private issue.
2.) Some customer left it there if the hotel is not using mattress covers. The hotel is dumb to not be using matress covers, if their not. If someone did bring that I think that is pretty retarded to travel with a matress cover because of bedwetting. Why not just wear GOD D*** DIAPER!? That drives me nuts! :rant2: It shows how big of a stigma there is against wearing diapers amongst the average person.
 
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Anyways there is two things that could have possibley happened...
1.) The hotel puts plastic sheets on all their beds and just forgot to put it on one of them, which was the one your friend was sleeping on. A lot of hotels do this now, because of so many people wetting the bed and destroying their matresses. I beleive on TBDL maybe it was here I do not remember (I am bad with remembering when things happened but good at remembering everything that does happen, just not when haha), there was this article someone posted about someone wetting the bed in a hotel and asking for damage causes for destruction of sheets and matress or something like that. So the hotel does it to prevent that whole suing process and dealing with the customer on such a private issue.
Yea Peachy posted the story. It's cost the guy about $3,000-$5,000 cos He wet the bed.
^ lol
 

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It's cost the guy about $3,000-$5,000 cos He wet the bed.
Wow...and to think a $1.50 diaper (at the most) could've saved him that, hmm?

Also, I do hear a lot of hotels actually do that. And some waterproof sheets are very discreet - so maybe your friend's was made of something else.
 
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It shows how big of a stigma there is against wearing diapers amongst the average person.
Blah, if they want to dish out the money for cleaning/replacement instead of just wearing a diaper, then let them do it. Of course, hotels are justified in protecting their property, but if you know that you are a bed-wetter, why not save yourself and the hotel the embarrassment of a wet bed.
 

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who knows, and I will never know the answer to the question
 

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If you are one of the people who takes everything in a hotel room...Would you take the plastic sheets? Or is that one of those no-no's
 

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If you are one of the people who takes everything in a hotel room...Would you take the plastic sheets? Or is that one of those no-no's
Hehe, it'd be funny if a bedwetter rented a cheap hotel just to steal the sheet so they wouldn't have to buy it, lol. :rolleyes:

...No more embarassing trips to wal-mart for your plastic sheet. ;) ... Joking of course.

...Yeah, "ha, ha"...I know...But just something I thought of.
 

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So I was staying at a hotel towards the end of my spring break trip and kinda thought something was wrong when i slept on the bed the first night at it was making a lot more noise then my room mates bed. Well on the second night I decided to figure out what could of been making the noise. I wiggled my hand under the sheets and felt some plastic. I then pulled off some of the top sheet and found a fancy looking plastic sheet. Then I compared my sheet to my room mates sheet and found they were quite different.

Now that was the first hotel that that happened at, or at least that I noticed. I wonder if the hotel staff just did a bad job and forgot to remove it, I mean other then that the room was quite nice and clean. It also makes me wonder if it was the person before me, or who knows how long that sheet had been on the bed.

Anybody ever have that happen to you.

they put them on the smaller bed usually. They would not have forgotten to remove dont worry about that.

I want to find one that would fit my bed and "steal" it.
 

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well the two beds were about the same size so... i think that they might of forgotten to remove it, but once again, never going to know the answer.
 
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Yea Peachy posted the story. It's cost the guy about $3,000-$5,000 cos He wet the bed.
^ lol
Good grief, that sounds like they are just picking on him. Unless it was like the honeymoon suite of some super-nice hotel, I find it hard to believe that the mattress could cost that much to replace. And sheets can be washed. It's not like hotel sheets aren't already kind of gross because of all the people having sex on them and drooling and god knows what else.

I never imagined a hotel would sue a customer for bedwetting! I just assumed they washed the sheets and cleaned the mattress as best they could like any parent would do.

I've stayed in lots of hotels and never noticed any plastic sheets, but I don't pay that much attention either.
 

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I want to find one that would fit my bed and "steal" it.
Why'd you put "quotes" around steal...What, is it borrow, just "steal" in theory? LOL.:biggrin:

But ya, speaking of clean and all that...Would anyone want anything from a hotel anyway? It'd be disgusting...And especially for a sheet like that...How many people wetting the bed would it take to convince the hotels to do that? I sure wouldn't want something a lot of people peed on...It's one thing if it's you...
 

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Wow it must be a really poor hotel. You'd think they'd have those nice newer bed pads that are just like regulat matress covers and aren't just like a cheapshit garbage bag thing on the bed lol
 

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well it was in France, and honestly i was surprised when i saw a fair sized elevator.
 

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So I was staying at a hotel towards the end of my spring break trip and kinda thought something was wrong when i slept on the bed the first night at it was making a lot more noise then my room mates bed. Well on the second night I decided to figure out what could of been making the noise. I wiggled my hand under the sheets and felt some plastic. I then pulled off some of the top sheet and found a fancy looking plastic sheet. Then I compared my sheet to my room mates sheet and found they were quite different.

Now that was the first hotel that that happened at, or at least that I noticed. I wonder if the hotel staff just did a bad job and forgot to remove it, I mean other then that the room was quite nice and clean. It also makes me wonder if it was the person before me, or who knows how long that sheet had been on the bed.

Anybody ever have that happen to you.

Maybe they noticed that you were wearing diapers and decided to protect the bed:)
 

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ha, i was with other people, and wasn't going to risk it...

and the plastic sheet was kinda like a mattress cover, the top was all fancy and soft. I didn't realize what it was until I stuck my hand under the bed and felt the plastic.
 
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Good grief, that sounds like they are just picking on him. Unless it was like the honeymoon suite of some super-nice hotel, I find it hard to believe that the mattress could cost that much to replace.
Actually a lot of upper scale hotels and resorts (hapton inns, mariots, hiltions, ect.) are putting those sleep number beds in their rooms, or the expensive sertas. So if it was a sleep number it would defiantly be a couple of thousand, plus maintence and shipping and all that good stuff of getting a new one.

I agree it is harsh, but no they were not just picking on this guy. I know because my major is hospitality management!
 
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