I must be doing something wrong. No matter how hard I try, I cannot get guests to use the guest towels.
It's not like they're that fancy. They have a nice little border and one appliqued rose as decoration.
People have come out of the bathroom with wet hands, others swipe a big wad of kleenex or bathroom tissue rather than use the guest towels.
Come on, guys! I put them out there for you. I bought them special just for Y-O-U. They're not made of spun sugar, yanno.
My mother, who was here on an extended stay, searched high and low for some old, thin towels that I keep hidden in a linen cabinet, the ones we use when we bathe the dogs.
Me: "Ma, use the guest towels."
Mom: "Oh, no, hija (daughter). Those are too nice."
Somebody just shoot me.
Do you have trouble with guests not using your towels? What should I do--Go out and buy plain ones?
Please, if you come to my house, use my towels. I don't mind. Really.
Ref: hija - pronounced ee-ha
My mother usually calls her daughters this. Or 'mija', a shortened version of mi hija. Means: My daughter.
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