A: I'd like to request some more amenities.
B: Amenities? What do you mean by amenities, sir?
A: The free stuff, you know, the soap, lotion, shampoo, etc.
B: I see. Sir, if I may ask: Have you used up all the amenities in your room?
A: Not at all. I still have enough for the next few days.
B: Then what is the problem, sir?
A: I need some to keep as souvenirs!
A: Yes, souvenirs. Trinkets to remember my trip by!
B: We do have a souvenir shop on the first floor, sir.
A: That's not the same. I never pay for hotel souvenirs!
B: I'll call housekeeping. Someone will be up with more amenities shortly.
A: I need more amenities, please.
B: Could you be a little more specific, sir?
A: To be more specific, the free stuff, like soap, lotion, and shampoo.
B: I understand. Now, you're saying that you've already used up all your amenities?
A: No! I've got all I need for my stay here.
B: So, what's the problem?
A: I need souvenirs!
B: You want some souvenirs!
A: Yes, yes. Souvenirs.
B: But, sir, our souvenir shop carries all those items.
A: That's not the same thing. If you buy hotel souvenirs, they have no sentimental value.
B: I understand, sir. I'll call housekeeping. You'll have your souvenirs shortly.
A: How do I get more amenities?
B: I'm sorry, sir. I'm not sure I understand.
A: I'm talking about the free stuff, like soap and shampoo.
B: Oh, I see. So, you're saying that you've already run out of your amenities.
A: No, no. I've got plenty left.
B: Now I'm confused again! What is the problem?
A: What am I going to do about souvenirs?
B: Oh, I get it! You want souvenirs!
A: Yes, I've got enough soap for my use, but no extra soap for souvenirs.
B: Sir, our souvenir shop carries all those items, and as a guest you get a discount.
A: Please! Free souvenirs are the only true souvenirs.
B: I understand completely, sir. Housekeeping will bring you souvenirs in just a moment.
A: Yes, I need more amenities.
B: By amenities, exactly what do you mean, please?
A: You know, the things that are free, like the soap and the shampoo.
B: Okay, I got it. You've already run out of all your amenities?
A: No, I still have plenty left, even if I took three baths a day.
B: I'm more confused now than before. How is there a problem?
A: I need to take home some souvenirs!
B: Okay, finally I understand. You would like souvenirs!
A: Yes, souvenirs that I can take home and add to my collection.
B: If it's souvenirs you want, sir, just visit our souvenir shop. It has everything.
A: Are you kidding? Whoever heard of paying for hotel souvenirs?
B: No problem at all, sir. Housekeeping will deliver you all the amenities you like in a bit.
A: I need some more amenities, please.
B: I'm not sure I'm following you, sir.
A: Specifically, I'm talking about the little things, like soap and shampoo.
B: Oh, now I understand! So, you've already used up all your amenities?
A: No, I'm not even halfway through my supply.
B: I'm losing you, sir. What's the problem?
A: What's the use of going to a hotel if you don't take home souvenirs?
B: Okay, I got it. You're collecting souvenirs!
A: There you go. My friends expect me to bring home souvenirs.
B: Have you visited our souvenir shop, sir? It's loaded with all kinds of items.
A: I've never paid for a hotel souvenir in my life, and I don't intend to start now.
B: Sir, housekeeping will bring you a basketful of amenities momentarily.