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MJQuick
Member since Dec 2021
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re: Why do hotels still have alarm clocks?
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The first thing I do when I get to the room is unplug that shit



My man!!! A professional. Unplug that sh¡t and get an old fashioned wake up call. I schedule two of them…one 5 min after the first!!! Retro.


UnitedFruitCompany
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Member since Nov 2018
2461 posts

re: Why do hotels still have alarm clocks?
Just remember y'all.... Hotels have full length mirrors and dark colored carpets for a reason. People behave like animals in hotel rooms.

I have diamond status at Hilton and Everest or whatever the hell it is these days at Hyatt.


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Lima Whiskey
Member since Apr 2013
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re: Why do hotels still have alarm clocks?
I think they’re disappearing. Wake up calls too.


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Gris Gris
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re: Why do hotels still have alarm clocks?
Why does it bother you?


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Box Geauxrilla
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re: Why do hotels still have alarm clocks?
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i actually changed the time on my Nest A/C thermostat thing in my home, to some random time, so that when i get up at night to adjust it, it doesnt show me the time

Wait, you have a Nest but still physically get out of bed to adjust it?


LSUAngelHere1
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re: Why do hotels still have alarm clocks?
To see what time it is if you wake up in the middle of the night.


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LSUtoBOOT
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re: Why do hotels still have alarm clocks?
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Easier for the hookers to keep track of time.


Glad they’re all digital, the “seconds” hand would ruin the experience for me.


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kywildcatfanone
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re: Why do hotels still have alarm clocks?
Probably to keep you from oversleeping.


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MrWhipple
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re: Why do hotels still have alarm clocks?
That was me. I use to set them for 3:00 AM before I checked out. Someone did it to me, so it was my retribution to pass it down.


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upgrade
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Member since Jul 2011
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re: Why do hotels still have alarm clocks?
I still use an alarm clock at home.
My phone isn’t even in my bedroom while I sleep.


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BK Lounge
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re: Why do hotels still have alarm clocks?
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Wait, you have a Nest but still physically get out of bed to adjust it?



It’s similar to a Nest but i think it’s a different brand.. i honestly dont know.. but yeah, i usually adjust it at some point in the middle of the night when i get up to pee.. guess im just unpredictable


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BlackPot
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re: Why do hotels still have alarm clocks?
Easy spot to hide that camera.


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Palomitz
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re: Why do hotels still have alarm clocks?
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Worst case some boomer sets it and it goes off for the next guy in the room at 5:00am


This is exactly what happened to us last year. Someone had set it off around that time (or 6 am), nobody was in the room and it happened to be where they have those doors that connect the two rooms. Sounded like I had it next to me. Could not fall asleep after that.


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Napoleon
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re: Why do hotels still have alarm clocks?
Why would you get up to adjust your nest? Isn't the whole reason of having a nest, remote control of the thermostat? Your phone or better yet "Alexa set temp to 70°"


BK Lounge
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re: Why do hotels still have alarm clocks?

Reposting my response above since you obviously missed it:



It’s similar to a Nest but i think it’s a different brand.. i honestly dont know.. but yeah, i usually adjust it at some point in the middle of the night when i get up to pee.. guess im just unpredictable


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Deplorableinohio
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re: Why do hotels still have alarm clocks?
Explain the downvotes like I’m 5.


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