“What’s this?” said the man, looking on his mobile phone. “I had to put the toilet on the floor but nothing’s got stuck!”
“I can fix it,” the man replied. “I work at the hotel, but the staff won’t come in here.”
“What a lot of the staff are doing isn’t what you do at the hotel,” said the man, pointing at the ceiling. “We just do work; they come out for coffee. You see, they have a job!”
“Oh no!” the man cried. “Nothing is fixed,” said the woman from the kitchen. “We cannot have anything fixed here… we must leave!”
“What do you want to do then?”
“Get my stuff back.”
“But how can I tell?”
“The room’s empty,” the man explained.
“Well I don’t get my stuff back! It’s not my room!” the woman cried.
“Look, nothing’s broken in here! All the furniture is still in the bed!”
“What’s so wrong with it?”
“It’s still in the bed! Now I’d better get my stuff back!”
“Wait a minute!” she shouted. “Your stuff isn’t on the floor! The bed isn’t empty! Are we not supposed to take things out of the room? I swear on my life, what am I to do here?”
“We have to take everything,” the man said. “Here, I’ll see if I can fix it.”
The woman, now very angry, went out onto the balcony.
The man came back to fix his own floor.
“You see, your furniture is here, but you cannot put it on a shelf like it was before, because there are pieces missing. You had to use glue but it’s not glue,” he said, putting some glue on a little bit of the floor.
“And as I’ve told you earlier, you aren’t allowed to put things back on the floor!”
“Oh, sorry, but we are! Your furniture is here, but it is not right! As I am telling you, we must take everything, because there are pieces missing. If you do not take everything, then we must ask you to leave. We don’t