"If it's not too much trouble could you build a fort out of pillows? It's definitely not for a 28-year-old male," - UPI

Average guy Sean Fitzsimons of Denver, frequently travels to Utah for his job and he came up with a great way to add some fun to his trips, by making odd requests of the hotels he books into, starting with a Park City, Utah room.

While booking online, in the "additional requests" portion, Sean requested they leave on his bed, a photo of Grandma Winslow from the television show Family Matters. Taking the challenge, the hotel granted the request. That inspired Sean to not only keep doing it, but raising the bar, of good fun.

Sean asked for and got a pillow fort, pictures of Donald Trump looking confused, a picture of a dog dressed like a boat captain, pictures of Jeremy Jackson and Alfonso Ribeiro looking at each other on his bed, and a memorial to Prince. He also requested and received a drawing of what the hotel staff imagined he would look like.

ABC: "When I checked in, the lady at the front desk looked at me so weird, and it got so awkward. I'm pretty sure I weirded her out. So, I was like, 'I can't ever come back here again.'"

"Many people at the front desk have told me they they thought my request was hilarious and that they had so much fun doing it," he said. "It makes them laugh and it helps take their mind off the daily grind." - ABC7

Sean says he has only had one request denied.