An Airbnb guest was baffled by a regimented set of cooking rules.
The guest was given several strict rules, including using only one dish and one glass per meal, and was warned to drink tap water “at your own risk”.
Share their confusion with the slightly infuriating subreddit, the guest wrote: “Airbnb host kitchen rules…”
The bizarre commands were printed on a sheet of A4 paper and, even more confusing, were typed in different font sizes and colors.
An exhaustive list of Airbnb kitchen rules has stunned Reddit users after a baffled guest shared it on the platform.
The first rule read: ‘A dish and a glass per meal!’ while below you read an explanation in fine print: “We keep it clean and we expect you to too!”
Although the guest was told to wash their dishes by hand, the host revealed that he had a dishwasher under the third rule and warned the renter not to use it during the “quiet hours of neighborhood” between 1:00 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. 9:30 a.m.
They wrote: “We have received numerous complaints about noise and have respected neighborhood quiet hours by not using major electronic devices. »
Perhaps added after an amateur magician spent the night, the host warned the guest not to bend their spoons.
They wrote: “Spoons are intended to be used as utensils only. »
Another obscure rule asked the customer to contact us for any “advanced cutlery” and “to meet three needs.”
The penultimate item on the agenda told the guest that “Tap water is OK,” but it was ominously appended to “Drink at your own risk.”
The last rule on the list, which has confused Reddit users, is: “Do not keep any food in the refrigerator for more than 16 hours.” » This is for health reasons.
The now-viral post has racked up thousands of comments from users stunned by the exhaustive list of rules.
One user wrote: “I wouldn’t feel comfortable in this house. I feel like you’d be nervous all the time.
Another added: “What is Airbnb’s refund policy for ‘accidentally booked stay with a neurotic host?’ »
Most were baffled by the list, wondering about the meaning of “advanced cutlery” and thinking about what previous guests had done to the host’s spoons.