Sunday, May 3, 2015

I cleaned it myself.

 The shower had a thick orange mucus-like coating building up. This isn't the result of a missed day of cleaning, more like months and months without a scrub brush having made contact with the tile.
Out of curiousity, I grabbed a towel and ran my finger through the muck. It came off as easier than the homecoming queen's gown.
Below are pictures of before the wipe, where I left a trail of clean, and the towel with its orange mucus stain.

You'd think a daily scrub down of a shower would be common practice for a gym. But apparently not this one. Its filthy!


Sunday, November 30, 2014

scrub-a-dub-dub-dub. Don't catch the flu in the shower.

These shower curtains are amazing. You would think all day with soapy water would mean they might be vaguely clean. But instead they have developed a magical ecosystem of their own. Soap resistant bacteria colony? probably.

Saturday, November 22, 2014

this is the replacement

At some point they replaced the ceiling with this soggy brown one.
Whats horrifying is that this is the improvement!


the irony of soap

This soap holder is covered in so much mold that it is brown.

Aint no mountain high enough

The staff must have been too busy fighting the mold, the soaking wet floor, the rotting ceiling, and the mystery stink to find time for the laundry.

Sunday, July 24, 2011

wash that man right out of my hair...

All I can say is O-M-FUCKING-G


drinking toxic waste to stay hydrated

The top picture is a corner in the sauna. Heat + moisture = bacteria. So why are they not cleaning it daily?
About ten days ago I noticed an empty can of RedBull on the floor of the sauna. (who drinks Red Bull? thats toxic waste. Its like the Anti-Gym!) That can of RedBull has sat on the floor of the sauna for at least ten days, which leads me to conclude no one has even mopped the floor of the sauna in ten days.