The towels and linen situation – cultures and traditions rule minds!

by Captain Walker

Categories: Health, Psychology & Philosophy

I’ve long said that cultures and traditions rules minds. Of course, I’ve been gathering evidence in various domains over the years. The towels and linen situation has been most intriguing.

Not many people seem to know about this. How? Nobody in the last 33 years has volunteered similar observations. What is it? A picture is worth 1000 words.

Tough if you can’t see towels and linen on floors. These photos were taken by me at various hotels the UK over 10 years. It is hard evidence of a pattern.

Apparently, some do not see a problem with the above. That’s fine – they are of the porcine variety i.e. they roll around in mud a lot and have small brains.

But wait. I captured even harder evidence. Unfortunately, it is in audio in a 2 min YouTube video below – best with captions turned on.

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Hard evidence of situation in on 24/01/2024 in the UK

Now go away – and argue with someone else!

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