Holiday Inn Takes Away Free Shampoo, The Only Perk of Staying at Holiday Inn

The Holiday Inn is taking away its free miniature bottles, the one reason we ever agreed to stay at a Holiday Inn in the first place. While Trump is adding plastic pollution to our lives, InterContinental Group is taking away shampoos, conditioners and bath gels (which total nearly 200 million per year) from nearly a million of their hotel rooms in waste reduction sustainable efforts (while probably saving a few bucks in the process). The already gross stereotype of the average Holiday Inn vacationer is expected to get exponentially more repugnant, as hotel guests will be forced to confine themselves to their rooms in greasy efforts to hide their hideous, filthy bodies until their sheets can be lightly rinsed (cold water probably) for the next poor bastard. The new bulk-sized dispensers will be harder to fit into carry-ons and purses, but customers have been known to do just about anything to feel victorious after a depressing hotel experience.

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