Anybody else ever go to book a hotel room & you read the bad reviews first …. & so then you’re like, Nawp, No way Jose, I can’t live like this! — So you check out another one… & those bad reviews are worse than the first hotel. So you back out of that one as fast as your keyboard will allow & head over to hotel website #3.
Hotel 3 is just as bad as hotel #1 & on top of that is extremely outdated, so not nearly as clean. — So hotel 3 is out & you head over to website #4. This hotel looks a little more promising, still has bad reviews, but nothing so bad as hotel #2, maybe a little better than hotel’s 1 & 3. — So you think yeah, maybe this could work. — Only you take a look at the price & you’re like, nawp, sorry, no can do… not paying 400 bucks a night just to sleep!
So then you’re back at square one, or should I say, hotel #1. which is starting to look a little better…. until you check out those bad reviews again. Which you know you probably shouldn’t have done. — Because if you’d use some rational thinking you’d take into consideration that there are 300 five-star reviews, 200 four-star reviews & a total of 9 one-star and 16 two-star reviews. — So technically the odds are in your favor. — But what if, just what if, you’re one of the unlucky ones… & you get a dirty room & blood-stained sheets or you’re charged a huge fee for smoking marijuana in your room based solely on the the house keeper’s sense of smell after you’re gone & you aren’t even there to defend yourself & your drug-free lifestyle?!
So that’s when you throw that rational thinking out the window & start the hotel search all over again! — Only to cycle back through the same thing… again & again & again. Lol! Until you finally end up deciding on hotel #1, the same reliable hotel chain you stay at all the time, and pray you are one of the 4 or 5 star reviewers at the end of your stay!
Lol, I don’t know… maybe it’s just be me, but those 1 star reviews could terrify the good sense out of anyone I tell ya!