Guy Catalogs Hotel Carpets, Creates The Most Boring Instagram Account Ever

The greatest thing about the internet is that no matter how long you have been using it, it still has the ability to surprise you. Would you have ever thought that there’s a guy who takes pictures of hotel carpets and posts them on Instagram? That’s the Internet for you. Bill Young is a corporate pilot based in Texas, and his job necessitates he stay in a lot of hotels. Back in 2015, during a routine layover, he noticed how odd the carpet design was. So he took a photo and uploaded it to his personal Instagram. Soon he began noticing other odd hotel carpet designs, and @MyHotelCarpet was born… and he even made a book full of hotel carpet photos!

Boring hotel carpet.

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If you wish to look at boring carpet photos even when your internet is offline, get yourself a hotel carpet book on Amazon.

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  1. Anonymous July 27, 2020

    I wonder if he got carpeted for doing this? 😁

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  2. The Real Anon July 27, 2020

    I’m sure it comes as a surprise to no one, but these busy patterns are good at hiding dirt, stains, and bugs.

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  3. The one and only Anonymous July 27, 2020

    @The Real Anon: no shit…

  4. MLE July 27, 2020

    It’s about time.

  5. Koizoh Rível July 27, 2020

    I’ll take this influencer over all the other ones any time, any day, anyhow.

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  6. Clever name July 27, 2020

    @The one and only Anonymous They hide that too

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  7. Tim July 28, 2020

    Well he didn’t sweep anything under it!

  8. Anonymous July 28, 2020

    My roommate in college used to call this “pizza carpet” — able to camouflage someone dropping a slice of pizza on it — face-down — and never know the difference.

  9. Lurking Coward July 29, 2020

    Hmm, I wonder how much foot-traffic his Instagram gets.

  10. Anonymous July 30, 2020

    this is oddly fascinating o.O

  11. Anonymous July 31, 2020

    You guys are tripping. This feed is way better than the ones with endless pics of kids at soccer games or some shit.

  12. Anthony Kirby , retired concierge August 1, 2020

    Having spent a lifetime in the hospitality and stayed at a somewhat reduced rate in various five and four star hotels , I found the subject fascinating . Yes sometimes carpets can cover small stains but a lot of professional and design thought goes into lobby carpets and also into the coordination of carpets in suites .

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