Number #40 - Shower Caps;
When you look at the line-up of hotel toiletries, one item stands out as being particularly useless.
I'm appreciative of the soap. I'm glad to have the shampoo and conditioner. I'm very pleased to see moisturizer, as my skin often dries out when I'm on the road. I've even grown dependent on the shoe sponge or its poor cousin the shoe mitt, since I'm generally travelling to be busy and the feet can always use a little polish.
And then there's the shower cap. About as useful as a bag with a built-in elastic can be.
Get this useless piece of junk out of my bathroom.
How about replacing this antiquated perm-protection device with something like toothpaste that might actually come in handy.
Do they think all travellers are old ladies with dye-jobbed hair and false teeth? From now on, whenever I make a hotel reservation online, in the special requests box I write "I like my hair and my teeth clean. In lieu of shower cap, please provide small tube of toothpaste."
The Big Bad Bastard.