Wow....you even need to resort to name calling? Here is my review of you:
He said he had left his dog at home and hoped it would be OK. I hope he is not endangering his dog by leaving it alone while he travels. His profile is inaccurate. He lives in CT and not PA.
I wasn't going to review his five minute “stay” until I got notice that he reviewed his five minutes with me and my assistant. We only interacted for a few minutes and my assistant host, was with us, as she was in training. What could be said in fairness? I am only commenting on my experience with this guest. I am sure what seems like an entitled, narcissistic personality got the best of him. He came early, well before the 3 pm check in. My assistant and I were turning over the room and barely finished. We still needed to vacuum, broom and mop the entire house. He apparently was waiting outside for about 30 min, but he forgot to hit "send" on his message alerting us that he was there. He finally rang the doorbell. He had parked in my private drive when there were clearly 8 spots in front of the house. Since I and my long-term disabled guest use the drive and don't want to be chasing down every guest who parks in the drive, I asked him to move his huge SUV/Jeep. I could tell it ruffled his feathers when I told him he did need to do so now. I didn't feel I needed to give him a reason as to (Website hidden by Airbnb) long term guest, who was recovering from surgery, didn't need to have to deal with his jeep and neither did I. His entitled self was visibly upset. Anyhow, at one point he said he was just a 19-year-old kid. He isn't. He is in his thirties, so I have no idea why he would say so. My assistant and I looked at each other in disbelief. When I called it and said he was no 19-year-old kid, he became more perturbed. We left him alone. I left for a road trip. Next thing I know he texts me that he was called back to work and wouldn't be staying after all, but he would be back, Thursday. He never came back. Honestly, Airbnb needs to take the screening of its guests more seriously. He has no evidence for providing a good or bad review of any kind. I wish I didn't have to rate him 1 to 5, as I also have no basis for any such rating since he left abruptly, never came back, and we didn't spend more than a few minutes interacting with my assistant host present as well. My review is preemptive as I am sure he will be unfair, based on some emotional "hurt" from being asked to move his jeep. I often have guests late at night ASK if they can park in the driveway on the rare occasions that there is no easy on street parking. I always allow them to do so, but they show the courtesy of asking / letting me know first.