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Entitled Influencer Asks For Free Hotel Stay, Gets Told Off By Hotel Owner

We know that Millennials aren't all entitled cheapskates (we are Millennials after all) but we have to say that people like British YouTuber Elle Darby make us look really bad. 

Darby requested via email a free five-night stay for her and her boyfriend at a hotel in Ireland. Instead of paying the hotel, she would give the business "exposure" - the hotel owner was certainly having none of that and replied to her with a snarky email, which he has since published online. He even went on to ban all social media influencers from his places of business.

Do you think the hotel owner's response was fair or did it go too far? Let us know in the comments!

Email exchange between an entitled social media influencer and a hotel owner | My partner and are planning come Dublin an early Valentines Day weekend Feb 8th 12th explore area. As searching places stay came across stunning hotel and would love feature my YouTube videos/dedicated Instagram stories/posts bring traffic hotel and recommend others book up return free accommodation. Last year worked with Universal Orlando Florida and 's been amazing them! Thank email looking free accommodation return
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A Five Star Space Resort is Planned To Open By 2025

All Aboard! The Von Braun Rotating Space Station has been officially announced. The brainchild of the Gateway Foundation, the first commercial lunar space station has been revealed in a number of incredible renderings. We'll be colonizing the moon in no time. 

Company released rendering and designs for first commercial space station including five star hotel
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work A Man Just Didn't Go to Work for Six Years and Wasn't Found out After Until He Retired
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Hate your job? Have you considered just not going most of the time? 

Apparently, Joaquín García, a 69-year-old Spanish civil servant has been doing just that for the last six years. He was fined $30,000 for not showing up to work when officials finally found out in the process of awarding him for 20 years of service.  

García claims that he did show up to work every day but often left because there was no work to do. He was afraid that if he mentioned it to anyone he would lose his job without being able to find another one. So, instead of explaining his situation, he continued collecting his paycheck and started studying philosophy in his unofficial early retirement.